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Doit Read the Bulletin
Evening Paper Published
on ihe Hawaiian Islands.
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Subscription 75c. a nionlk.
Vol. 1. No. 321.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1896.
Price 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday at
609 King Street, Honolulu, IL I.
Per Month, nnywhoro in the Ha
waiian Islands $ 7fi
Pec Year. 8 Ul)
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Pec Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pajrnblo InvnrJnblv In Ailvnuoo.
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L F1HHEY, Mannger.
tfiatelth jlimual Meeting
Jockey - Club
June 11th, 1896.
lUccs to Cotmueuuo ut 10 . m. Sharp.
1 BICYCLE RACE. Prizo:
Gold Medal, valued tit 820.
2 BIOYOL33 RACE. Praise:
Gold Medal, valued at 830.
3 HONOLULU PURSE, S200.
Running race; milo dnsh.
Free for nil.
4-MERCH NT8' t PURSE.
Trottiug nud Paoing to hur
ness. Best 2 in 3, 2:45 class.
tf-OOEANJO 8. -S. tCO'S CUE,'
2 mile dash. Hawaiian Bred:
CUP, 8200 ADDED. Run
ning Raro; 1 mile dnsh.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness best 2 in 3, 2:35 class.
fr-tflAWAIIAtt JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE. g milo .dash for
Hawaiian lireds, S15Q.
9-lKALAKxVUA CUP. 1 mile
.i ; dash for Hawaiian bred, 8150.
10-.9PEOIAL RACE. Maiden
' iRace; trotting and pacing to
Saurness. Hawaiian bred 4
jwar olds -cm: under. PurseSlOO.
II PRESIDENT WLDE-
MANN'S PURSE. & mile
chvfih; free for all. 8150 added.
All ectries are to bo made xith
' ilio Secretary before 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 1896. En
tcanco fees to bo 10 per cent of
parse, unless othnrwiso specified.
All Races to be tun or trotted
under tho uulos of ihb Hawaiian
All hordes nro oxpected to start,
unless withdrawn by 0 o'clock a.
m. ou Juno 10th, 1896.
Gonoral admission CO cents
Grand Stand (oxtra)
50 cents and 81
Carriages (iusido of eoursa)
Quarter strtitoh badges 85
Per order Committeo,
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiiau Jockoy Club.
left Sim Francisco
;; 36 Head of Choice Mules
l ' Which ho hat) takon great pains to select
'in for plantation tuo, they will arrive per
bark B V Rithct on or obout Juno 1st. aud
are consigned to J N WriKht.Littlo Britain,
.Honolulu. P. O. ltax10.
J. N. Wright,
A TERRIBLE CASH OF
Jtrn. i:. Wjratt, of Ptirt Ilond, Tt
UkndmrH, So. AutrU, write of
tWn Rml "condition at Tier little dftURh
1w, whose portrait he, Alio cnilsi
rift & ' Mmn
'My daughter whb aflllctPtl with
Eczema of tho moat ngKruvnted
typo. Thf disease first appeared in
eruptions on her lic.id, then her hair
began to fall out, and In stiito til
the heat medical advice aim treat
ment she. grew steadily worse. Tho
sores were full of matter and were
extremely offensive. Her eyes bo
camu affected, and she was, In truth,
In a terrible state. 11 neighbors
wcro very sympathetic and took
great Interest in tho case. They
persuaueu mo 10 irv Avers sarsa
narilla, and I am most thankful to
bo ablo to say that this wonderful
mediclno completely restored my
(laughter's health. Sho has now as
good a head of hair -is anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,
and sho is a lino girl of eight years
with overy prospect of growing up
to bo a strong ami healthy woman'
Gold Medali at the World's Chlel Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho ltopublio of Hawaii.
Soraethinff Interesting !
imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
mow JAN. 1st to jdne 1st, 1895.
GHJVIumm &o.'s extra
Pommory & Grcno 11,798
Moot & Chandou ........ 9,608
Heidnieok & Co., (dry
Louis 'Iioedorer 3,438
Perrfer Jouot 8.286
8t. Marcohux I 334
Krug & Co 270
Olias. Heidsiock 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Bolo Agonts for G. H. Munim & Oo.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of tlw Stockholders of tho
Tropio Fruit and Fibio Company Ltd. hold
this day tho following ofOcers ueio elected
to servo for tho ensuing year:
J II Fiaher Provident
D Mclcnn Vico I'residf nt
Thos J King Treasurer
John Efliuger, Sccrctnry
John Grace Auditor
Ilonolnln, May 29, 1800. 317-lw
A SUITEOF ROOM S L ATrXV OCCUHED
by Dr. Tucker will bo for reut on and after
June lOtb, corner FortnnrtBorotaniastreotH.
312-tf MllS. TURNEIl.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
I.OA3f ASD AlTltrtl'HtATIOV nIM.H
IN "Till! NKXATK.
MlMhter Cooper' w Hill Concern'
lujf.lIIlclaya-JHr1olini 1'nrjk Illll
, l'nM tbn Ilotmr.
JCNETi'-FinsT Day, Jujck. 3hu.
At tho nftrtiniioii Ki!$timViWrr,
Mny tho Conwmieo on Adcotants1
mii Tl '"li
iroported bills audited audaUpwodJ
ito tho ainouot of S2350i65.
Minister Damon reported that
lie had conferred with tho Presi
dent during the noon recess and
would report some f urf her changes
in Bills 20 nnd 21. It was
also proposed to make tho dis
count 2 per cent nnd tho commis
sion 1 per cont. fho bills nud
report woro roforred lodho Special'
Committee on I ho Loan Bills.
House Bills 55 and 50, relating
to ncknow'ledging n'ud recording
deeds, wnro rend first and second
timo and referred to tho Judiciary
At this morning's Bossion Sen
ator Lyniau from tho Passed Bills
Committee reported the Inter
nal Tnxei, Liceifsa, and n number
of other bills had been signed by
Senator llornor presented a ro
port on Senate Bill 49, granting a
franchise for an olootric railway
for Hilo, stating that tho timo was
too short to properly investigate
tho bill and suggesting that the
bill bo roforred to a committeo of
three Senators to report to tho
Sonntor Holstoin from .tho Judi
ciary Committeo reported favorab
ly ou House Bills 55 and 56.
Sonotor Baldwin from tho Con
forenceCommltteo onSonato bill 46
reported that they had been
uuablo to agreo .on tho itotuB re
ferred, nnd rooommondod thattho
Senate do not concur in tho House
amendments. On motion tho ro
port was adopted.
Sonator Wntorhouso from the
Special Committee on tho Loan
Bills presented n report on Loan
Bills 18 nnd 19, with certain
amendments incorporated in n
now bill accompanying tho roport.
(On motion tho bill was referred to
the Printing Committeo with in
structions to furnish printod
oqpios for tomorrow morning.
On motion tho consideration of
tho sako bill was further deferred.
Senate Bill 54, introduced by
Minister Damon yesterday, mak
ing appropriations from tho now
Loan, wns read tho first time and
referred to tho Printing Commit
too. This bill is the substitute
for Senate Bill 46, about which
thoro woro doubts on its constitu
tionality, as it was not introduced
by a member of the Cabinet.
The total amouut appropriated
House Bills 55 and 56, relating
to recording deeds with interline
ations and judgments of courts of
record, passed tho second reading
and were made the Bpecial order,
for tomorrow. '
Sounto Bill 49, granting a fran
chise for tho Hilo Street Railway
Company, with tho report of tho
committeo recommonding that
tho matter bo laid over to tho
noxt sossion, wns taken up.
Senator Rico moved tho
adoption of tho roport.
Sonator Holstein objected.
Sonator Lyman said tho inattor
waB a small ouo and thoro was no
necessity for leaving it to tho next
Legislature. Tho bill conformed
in ovory respect to tho recom
mendations of the special com
mission appointed at the last sos
sion. It had been in tho hands
of tho committeo for a week and
thoro was no excuse for its delay.
Tho franchise was ono that was
demanded ' by tho residents of
Hilo, who nlono woro interested
Continued on .th Page.
r. .TH OF MRH. IIARTtVF.I.X..
Hrtikilln.barn Lndy Unlvc rcnlly E
teemed ! Away..
Clmt'lotte, wife of .Tudgn Alfred
S. HhviwcII, died at 2 oVlouk this
morning. Sho had been su ifuring
from nervous disease for more
thaa two years, nnd when taken
with fover last Sunday her onfee
bldsystem could not with ttind tho
attack. Tho funeral will take
Mace tomorrow afternoon at in
houYvnot yet announced.
Mrs. 'Hnrtwell wns a daughter
of tho lato Dr. J. W. Smith, of !
.t.twiw'1. intuitu, Ulltj Ul lliri AtJW
J'jiigluml missionaries. She was
ll;.Jn,i I. ,,,.., . .it... ,. P ill.. X".....
born at ftolon ou April 23, 1845,
so tli at her age at' death was a
little moro than fifty one ytmrs.
Her husband whom she 1 naves
with sovon daughters and one sou
wns a General of tho Uiron army
in tho war of the rebellion, nud
his conspicuous career as a lawyer
in Honolulu since wis sigunlizod
by his being foraomo timo a Jus
tico of the Supienio Court. Mrs.
Hurtwoll also leaves threo
brothers and three Bisters, namely:
Mr. W. O. Smith, Attorney Gen
oral; Dr. J. K. Smith, formerly of
K6loa, tlow of Honolulu: Mr. A.
H. Smith of Koloa, a wolljcuowu
sugar planter; Mrs. Wm. Wntor
houso ttud Miss Jimma iSinith,
both how living in California, and
MisB Juliet Smith, who is teach
ing school ou Kauai. Ouo of tho
daughters of tho union now sun
dored by death was lately married
to Judgo Alfred W. Carter of the
Tho lady whoso death is hero
recorded was greatly beloved by
all who knew hor. Addod to a
noblo physical presenco sho pos
sessed qualities of mind and heart,
adorned with the Christian graces,
that made her an intonsoly agree
able as well as eminently useful
member of society. Hor loss will
bo deeply felt by tho community
as well as by her family, who
hav'o with better consolations the
1 lfeartfeltsympathy of their friends
Word having been sent to the
relatives on Kauai, including Dr.
Smith temporarily absont there,
thoy will como to town for tho
funeral by tho first steamer. At-toruoy-General
Smith being ab
sont in Japan will not hear tho
news of his Bister's death for some
timo, while tho sisters in Califor
nia will not bo apprised thereof
for at least a wook.
Tlio Flrn WbNtlc.
Tho alarm of fire just boforo
noon was turned in by Louis
CubUuo, an employe of tho tele
phone company. Tho blaze was
in the roof of a building ocoupied
by natives in a lane off Kunkini
street, about 400 foot from Liliha.
Tho firo was put out in a couplo
oi minutes by a Btroam from a
garden hose and 'the damago was
trifling. A dofectivo stovepipe
was the cause. Tho department
had its run for nothing,aa the firo
had been put out long before its
'w Iriuiicar Arriiuuemeut.
In this paper will bo found a
change o trnmoar arrangements
on tho Borotania and Nuuanu
street routos. Owing to a decision
against tho company, in a suit to
rooovor 8100 damages for charg
ing more than five conts faro for a
continuous journey over both
these routes,tho Nuuanu cars stop
at Queen 8trjot and Punahou cars
at Oceanic wharf on Fort street.
Piissongors from ono routo to tho
other have thoroforo to change
cars and pay two faros.
Nubntltiito for Oil In MoruiN.
It has recently been discovered
that soapsuds will answer tho
same purpose as oil in tho midst
of 'a storm at sea. Tho captain of
tho Scandia chanced 'recently to
run short of tho lattor requisite,
and bethought him of dissolving
a largo quantity of soap iu water,
which ho forthwith discharged
over tho bows of tho vossol. Tho
o fleet wob instantaneous.
FOR INDIGENT LEPERS
FUND IIEINC1 ItAIIKD TO UIVF.
Til KM POCKET MONITV.
llntiilnniuo Sum Alrcnilf Realised by .
,. wkih .... .,.
the Committee Which Iima tho
Matter In Ohnrco.
Rep. Rycroft and Messrs. An
drew Brown nnd J. G. Rothwoll
havo interested themsolvcs in
starting a subscription list to pro
vide n fund for indigent lopers by
which thoy may purchase a fow
needed luxuries every week. Tho
object of the' fund is more fully
cxplaiued iu the heading of the
subscription list which appears
below. Although it was late
Monday afternoon when, tho com-1
mitteo started out with their lists,
their success has beeu remarkablo
as tho following will show:
"We,tho undorsignfd, in view of
tho fact that there nfloXn-uiunber ,
of white persons, who nro per-
manont residents of tho Lopor i
and otthe fact that supplies fur-
nished them by the government
sswti....u..v, ...... .. ..w i..u ..uai.K.lU, .
limited to the
bare moans of subsistence, hereby
Bubscribo tho sum sot opposite
our respective signatures to
croato a fund for tho purposo of
donating an amount for tho term
of ouo year, not exceeding ono
dollar por week, to each of tho
whito lopors who are without any
means whatever, to euablo thorn
to obtnin a fow comforts not
W. G. Irwin t Co 8 250 00
Alox. Young 250 00
O. Brewer & Co Ltd 100 00
Thoo. II. Davios & Co Ltd 100 00
Castlo & Cooke 100 00
H.P.Baldwin 100 00
Schaofor fc' Co. . . ; . rr. . . 100 00
Hackfeld fe Co 100 00
W. O.Poacock 50 00
Tho following subscribe 85.00
It Rycroft, E C "Winston, A G
M Robortson, J O Clunoy, S M
Damon, W G Ashley, J G Roth
woll, Bruce Cartwright, M Louis
son, M S Grinbaum, J Ena, Goo
R Carter, E F Bishop, Geo H
Robortson, S O Allen, J F Mor
gnu, L B Kerr, T F Lansing, S G
Wildor, M Mclnornoy, T W
Hobron, B F Ehlors & Co, II F
Wichmnun, Lewis & Co, Benson,
Smith &, Co, Tho Manufacturers
Shoo Co, E W Jordan, Bruce
Waring fe Co, Lowers & Cooko,
Jim Dodd, H Mclntyro, W F Al
len, Pacific Hardware Co, A
Brown, M Phillips, J M Little, 0
A Peacock, F L Stolz, A Hocking,
Thoo Hoffman, S M Vottlesen, A
Gilfillan, M E Grossman, E I
Spalding, Alex Mackintosh, J S
Martin, A Harrison, J A King,
Ohas A Kibling, W 0 Wilder, Jr,
W C Wildor, S B Rose, W G
Brasch, 0 Wight, J W Pratt, W E
Rowoll, W H Hoogs, ElliB Mills,
W H Coinwoll. A F Clark, God
frey Brown, H M .Yon Holt, J W
Jouos, John Cnssidy, Metropoli
tan Meat Market.
Tho above list is about comploto
but tho committeo will not con
clude its labors until tomorrow.
If any further subscriptions are
reported thoy will bo published
in tomorrow's issue. Tho money
collected is to bo turned over by
Mr. Rycroft to a committeo soloct
6d by tho donors who will nttoud
to its disbursement.
Frank L. Hoogs and Miss Mnrg
arot Roche wero quiotly married
last evening by Row Mr. Birnio
at tho residence ofthat gentleman.
After tho coromony tho happy
couplo drovo to thoir now resi
douce on King street, where a fow
intimato friends and rolativos had
gathered to meet thorn. Both pf
tho contracting partios are woll
known iu this city. Tho Bulle
tin extends its congratulations.
Thoro woro no arrests this
morning. Fivo Chinese opium
I fiends wero hauled m last night.
C. K. C'OXVENTIOJf.
Flritt In llif Iimil. Oimned by
"With Bunriso prayormeoting
i in tho Sunday School room of
, Central Union chuich began the
I 4if-af inTivnnfimi nr fllinafinti ll:n
I IA.UU VVSU f UUIAUM W W....U..I.U .-
, ... , , , , .,
deavor societios over hold in the
Islands. H. M. Wolls of tho "X.
P. S. C. E. of Central Union
church led tho mooting. Besides
the Christian Endeavor dologntoc
n number of Hawaiian pastors
from tho diffnrout islands attend
ed, also representatives from the
different Honolulu churches. At
7:15 this evening tho principal
meeting of tho convention will be
Tho order of exorcises will be
Song Sorvicp, led by Miss
Opening Prayer, Rev. S. Kapu.
President's Address, Mr. Lyle
A Dickey. '"I -
Secretary's Roport, Miss Agfioir
Judd. . .
Roll CuTTof Hawaiian Christi
an Endeavor Societies.
"Ono is your muster oven
Christ and nll'yi nro brothren."' "
. . . t. , . 1
.iMiuress: "X'ossiuiniioa oi inc
"risuan r,nueavor movement m
I1'0 Hnwmmn Islands," Rev. W.
Nana i kou lahui
A mo ko nupuni
Ka nina mini o
Na moku lani o
Na kaua o pale -.
Mo ka iho.
Question box on Christian En
deavor, led by Mr. Lylo A. Dickoy.
Election of Officers of tho Ha
waiian Christinn Endeavor Union
by tho Convention.
Consecration Meotiug, led by
Mr. E. V. G. Todd.
Chain of Prayer ending with
tho Prayor Song, "Nearer my God
to Theo," by all present iu unison.
Song; "God bo with you til
wo moot again."
Mizpah benediction: "Tho Lord
watch between mo nud theo whoa,
wo are absont ouo from nnothor."
IMMlTIltrr OF JIISTirE McCULI.V
To lit- I'imI'IIi-.i on Opening Huy or
Nuprcme Court Term.
A portrait- in oil of tho late
Justice- Lawronco McCully of tho
Supremo Court has beon unpack-,
od and waB seen today in Chief
Justice Judd's chamber at the
Judiciary Building. It is by Mr.
Willard of Sunbridgo, Mass., who
oxecuted portraits of Daniel
Webster, CharleB Sumnor nnd J.
G. Blaine. The paiuting was oxo
cutcd to tho order of Mrs. McCul
ly - Higgins from a photograph.
Doubtless thoartist was at a Ioho
from not having tho subject in
life to study, and, although tho
work shows this in dohcioncy
from tho mature expression,
which the friondB of Justice Mo
Cully have imprinted on thoir re
collections, it is n likeness that
grows upon ouo acquainted with
tho subject. Tho coloriug ,is
soft nnd subdued, perhaps too
much bo to givo scope
for tho usual mollowing efTocts
of timo. . The cost of tho work is
S675 including a heavy gilt frame.
Tho portrait will bo publicly un
voiled on Juno 15, tho opening
day of tho Supremo Court term.
It will tako its place with the
portraits of Ohiof Justices E. H.
Allen and 0. O. Harris and Asso
ciate Justices A.G. Robertson and
Win. L. Loo, other dopartod moiu
bers of the Supromo Court, on the
walls of tho main courtroom of tho
"Must you go out again to
night?" asked tho sand flat. "Yob,
I muBt," nnsworcd tho tide," and
when I como in I'll bo full. Soo?"
"High sea," was tho sad reply,
"why don't you fill up on Seattle
beer, the stuff that don't ine
Seattlo beer goodly choor.