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Vol. 1. No. 324.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNE G, 1896.
Prick 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day exoopt Sunday at
COO King Streot, Honolulu, 1L I.
For Month, anywhere in the Ha
waiian Islands $ Tfl
Per Year. W)
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Por Year, postpaid, other Foieign
Countries 13 00
Pnynblo Invnrlnblv In yidvuiico.
Tolophono 250. V. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
tfwelth JbpyiBl "Meeting
Jockey - Club
i axMBxenm 7 riw
June lltli, 1896.
. OFFICIAL PROGRAM:
lluccs to Comuicuco nt 10 ft. in. Sharp.
1 BICYCLE RACE. Prize:
Gold Medal, valued nt $20.
2 BICYCLE RACE. Prize:
Gold Modal, vnlnetl nt S30.
3-HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
Running race; milo dash.
Free for nil.
4 MERCHANTS' PURSE.
t Trotting and Pacing to har
dness. Best 2 in 3, 2:45 clnsa.
5-OOEANIC S. S. CO'S CUP,
S150 ADDED. RunningRuco;
J2 milo dnsh. Ilnwniinn Brod.
G ROSITA CHALLENGE
, CUP, S200 ADDED. Run
ning Race; 1 milo dnsh.
7 KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE.
Trotting nud Pucing to har
ness, host 3 in 5, 2:30 clnss.
8 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE, g milo dnsh for
Hawaiian breds, $150.
,0-KALAKAUA CUP. 1 milo
. i, dnsh for Hawaiian bred, $150.
; 10-SPEOIAL RACE. Maiden
Race; trotting and paoing to
harness. Hawaiian bred 4
year olds or under. Purso $100.
11 PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP. 1$ milo
dash; frco for nil. 8150 added.
All entries uro to bo matlo with
tho Secretary before 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 1800. En
trance feos to bo 10 per cent, of
purso, unless othorwiso specified.
, All Races to bo run or trotted
, under tho rules of tho Hawaiian
'. Jockey Club.
All horses nro expected to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
m. on Juno 10th, 1890.
Goneral admission 50 cents
Grand Stand (extra)
50 centd and SI
Carriages (iusido of course)
Quarter stretch badges $5
Per order Committee,
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
left Bun 1 raucibuo
36 Head of Choice Mules
' Which ho hp talien grout paius to select
for plantation use, thoy will nrrivo per
bark It F ltithct on or about Juno 1st, and
nro conslgnod to J N Wrjght.Littlo Biltain,
Houolulu. P. O. Fox GO.
J. N. Wright,
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
Tftenna furniture !
At my Auction Koouitt, cor Fort and Queen
Strcots, I shall soil
THIS EVENING, JUNE 6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK,
A Fine Assortment of VIENN
AND OTIIElt HOUSE AND
AV. S- JLUCE
.12 Lit Auctioneer.
EVENING AUCTION SALE
Undor instructions from tho
MISSES RICE 1 shall soil at my
AT 7 O'CLOCK 1" in.
This Evening, June ,6
Thoir Entiro Stock of
A raro opportunity now offered,
as ill-health necessitates their im
mediate doparturo, and tho Misses
Rico aro solo manufacturers hore
of this beautiful nnd novel ware.
No reserve. Goods must bo
sold and aro now on viow at my
W. S. LUCE,
42 Merohant Stroot.
Lands For Sale situated
at Kaneohe, Oahu.
Lot near Lunalilo Home.
Lots at Pearl City.
Furnished Rooms To Let.
42 Merchant street.
R. C. A. PETERSON,
Custom House Broker,
ISTotai-y -:- Public,
Collections cutetully attended to.
13?-Offlco with n. E. Walker, Ciuu.
mins Block, Merchant street. 238-tf
BISSELLTHOMAS. HUGH P. KING.
320 MERCHANT STREET
Old Bulletin Building.
Collections Promptly At
Money Delivered the Day of Collection.
W. H. RICKARD,
General Business Agent
Will attend to Conveyancing in
all its Branches, Collecting
and all Business Matters
All Business entrusted to him
will receive Prompt and Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii.
A New Abstract Office.
Ab a result of 15 year's experi
ence in tho Abstract Business, I
am prepared to make Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough, nocurato
and complete manner, and on
F. "W. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's OJlico, U18
Fort Streot. 215-tf
is tho source of good health;
Makos Puro Blood,
Strengthens tho Norvos,
Shaipons tho Appetite, .
Romoires that Tired Fooling,
and Makos Ufa Worth Living.
'any other ail
Gold Medals at the World's Great Expositor,!.
Fp-Devi nro of cheap Imitntlpin. Tlio
linini Aycr's Sarsn.i.irllln Is proml
imut on tlio wrapper, nnd is blown in
tho glass of ouch bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Republic ot Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE lflT, 1895.
G H Mumm & Co.'s extra
Pomrnory & Greno 11,71)8
Moet & Ohaudon 9.G08
Boidsiook & Co., (dry
Louis Roeduror 3,438
Perrier Jouot 3.286
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
8t. Mnrconux 834
Krug& Co 270
Ohas. Hoideiock 355
Total , . 81,859
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Bole Agents for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for the Hawaiian Jslunds.
A Penny Saved
XDo "STcu. "Wa,:crt
W.i.TIinlu W.!ltnn ITn V...1. Dill,, r.,t
vu. .iunn i. ...v.. 'l', -UU. 4J...O it.i.iiu
Out, Your IlnHineHH Letters Written, Your
Bad Dobts Colleotod, all for the buiaII buui
of ?5 per weeki Work norformod rogular
ly, faithfully and satisfactorily, Kngno
inents made by tho day, wcolc or month.
PiT Ad (Irons n postal to "ConniJjroN.
di-nt," Honolulu l'o-it Offlco, or. riti( up
Tolophono 02. 32i!-lui
To Let or Lease.
TIIE nnSlDENCE Or MItS. A LONG,
ono milo from postofllco. Lnrgo houso with
furniture 1'our bod rooms, purlor, large
dining room, pnnlry. Kitchen bath rooms,
hot aud cold wator. with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, horse paddook,
gardou and trees, A charming locutiou.
Apply to J ALFltED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st next 1'ostofQcoi
A SUITE OP ROOMS LATELY OCCUPIED
by Dr. Tuokor will bo for rent on nnd uf tor
Juno 10th, corner l'ort nud lleictnuiastreets,
312-tf MHS. TUliNEK.
AT KAWAIAHAO CHURCH
AMVtfAI. Itr.l'NION OF NATIVEHUN-
I'roffrnni vt KxrrrlspM uml Adilrrm
The Coiiitulilvr uf ArrnaKriiirntM
Olio Tliounul l'niiln t'nl.
Tho annual reunion of tho na
tive Sunday schools of the island
of Oalm took place at the Knwni
nhno church nnd grutt h this
morning. At 10 o'clock tho boys
aud girls of tho Kamehameha
Bohools came down in street cars
to tho corner of King and Alakea,
from whonco thoy marched to Ka
waiahao church headed by thoir
Tho exercises in tho church
commenced at 11 o'clock,tho build
ing being crowded in all parts.
Tho exorcises commonced by tho
singing of a hymn by tho com
biued schools, followed by tlio
opening prayer by Bov. S. L.
Desha. Then camo soups by the
Kawaiahao bennnary and tho lva
woiahao Sunday schools. The
fourth number on tho program
was an address by Senator Ileury
VatorhouBO,but ho did not put in
an appearance, owiug to legisla
tive dutios. Next camo a song by
tho Kamehameha girls'school aud
an address by Principal Theo. F.
Biclmrds. Tlio boys of tho Ka
mehameha schools then sang two
moro songs, followed by an ad
dress by ltov. S. L. Desha. Tho
children of tho Moanalua and
Kalihi Sunday schools each sang
a selection aud S. Knpu delivorod
a snort address, xuen camo a
hymn by tho combined schools
and audionco and tho annual col
lection. Tho children of tho Ewa
and Waianao schools wore next
on tho program for a song, but
thoy failed to reach tho church.
J.M.Ezera mado another address,
tho Kaumakapili Sunday schools
sang thoir song and E. S. Timoteo
dolivored tho closing address.
Another hymn was sung by tho
whole audience and tho exorcises
camo to an end with tho benedic
tion. In tho grounds tables had boon
Bpread for tho annual luau which
followed tho exercises in the
Hawaiian dolicacics consisting
of meat and fish cooked in native
stylo, poi and boiled sweet pota
toes, etc., with an abundance of
soda wator, giugor alo aud lemon
ado to wash them down were pro
vided, About one thousand por
tions partook of tho luau, includ
ing tho school children, teachers
and parents and many interested
in tho church work.
wnilo tno eating was m pro
gross tho Hawaiian band under
tho leadership of Professor Bor
gor furnished sovoral selections.
Tho committee of arrangements
to whom the bucccsb of tho affair
is largely duo consisted of Hon.
D. L. Naono, chairman, Eov. Dr.
O. M. Hydo, Eov. O. H. Gulick,
E. P. Aikuo and S. Mahoo.
tier itu.Mon rn:.i.
At Work A;nlnii Morion nrKnliilmit
anil llritlsli Trooi.
Tho rumor fiond is around
again, especially in tho vicinity of
tho uppor Nuuanu valloy, whoro
tho natives aro comforting thorn
solves with tho prospect of an
early restoration of the monarchy.
The Btory goes that advices camo
to a favored fow by tho Monowni
that Kniulani is to bo put on
tho throuo iusido of two mouths
by British war vossols to bo sont
horo for tho purpose Tho host
part of tho story, however, is that
it was disseminated in tho portion
of tho city moutioued somo threo
hours boforo tho' Monowai actual
ly arrived. As far as tho Bulle
tin can learn tho Chinese woro
most aotivo in spreading tho yarn.
"A thing of beauty is a joy for
ever," and whon you can get that
thing cheap it is a joy forovor
moro. Kiug Bros, have 'om,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
ntKsmr.NT dole aiimi.tn mkm. '
nuns of coumii, or stati: I
Tim New (LnHtl nud Apiro)rlntlin .
mils llnnlly I'nssoa by tlio Sonulp
-Nlinrt Mcstlou of the IIiiimi-.
NINETY-FOUUTH DAY, JUNE Oth.
It was ton minutes after tho
pponing hour bofore a quotum of
Senators mado their appearanco
iu tho Senate chambor this morn
ing. A communication was received
from tho President notifying tho
Sonato that ho had appointed J.
P. Mondonca, Geo.W. Smith, John
Phillips and Samuel Kapoi Kane
as members of tho Council of
On the order of tho (fay Sonato
Bill 5.1, deficiency appropriations
for tho Bureau of Public Instruc
tion, passed third reading.
Senate Bills 20 and 21, author
izing a 5 por cent loan of $2,000,
000 for public improvements,
pased third reading by unanimous
vote of tho eight Senators present.
Senate Bill 51, making appro
priations to tho amouut of 855,
000 out of tho loan authorized by
Act 20 for public improvements,
was brought up on third reading
out consmerauon was cteierreu.
At 10:40 tho Sonato adjourned.
Tho Houso mot long enough
to hear the President's communi
cation cpneorning the appoint
mont of members of tho Council
of State read and then adjourned
to Monday. '
IN IT I)lS(JltIMINATION T
Editor Bulletin: In yester
day's Seuato proceedings, I notice
tho Houso bill putting $2 duty
upon sake amended so as to ro
duco it to $60 por gal. This piece
of legislation is virtually prohib
itory. It puts sako out of tho
roach of tho Japauoso plantation-
laborers, by whom it is clnelly
Tho Legislature cannot claim
that this law is in tho interest of
temperance, in making sako dear,
for, coincident with it, is tho Act
making light wiuo freo of duty.
It cannot bo maintained that it
is a revenue measuro, becauBO tho
Government confessedly loses
S15,000 in lotting in light wines
fr'eo. Neither may it bo a measuro
conduoivo to public health, as a
Hawaiiau Govornmout chemist, in
Bovorol analyses, has pronounced
sako as freo fiom matters deleter
ious to health, as any othor wine.
In viow of these facts, Mr. Editor,
tho conviction is forced upon this
community, especially tho Jopa
neso portion of it, that tho pro
posal is oithor in tho interest of
grapa wino vendors horo, or that
it is distinctly a pioco of uu
friondly legislation against pro
ducts of Japan. Aliuia.
Thus far tho Hawaiian Circus
management has moro than kept
its promises to tho public, with
tho roault that it is now well es
tablished as a popular local insti-
tution. Tonight a grand now pro
gram will bo presented, ensuring
tlio populace an ideal Saturday
ovoumg's ontortaininont. A ropo
tition of tho crowded canvas of a
weok ago is confidently anticipat
ed, and oxtra chairs will bo avail
able as thon, at a moment's notico,
for lato-comors. Nobody should
bo Into, however, as tho beginning
is as pleasant as tho ouding at
this circus. Novel jokes aud
songs by tho clowns, aud tho
latest songs by tlio lmpressarios
will bo uluinonts
in this evening's
IT'S FUTILE OPPOSITION
nan fua.noisco niBEcroHY nn
Th Lornl Mnn JIns n Clear Ntnrl-Il
Fiiaacrv to l'rwlure
Tho Sau Francisco peoplo who
camo down to publish a diroctorj
are not doing much. Thoy hav
no men iu tlio field convassing or
getting names. Tho two men who
aro managing tho affair aro so
liciting for advertising but meet
ing with poor success. As thoy
have taken tho pains to spread
tho statement about town that
Mr. Finney's object is to get them
to buy him' out, wo may aswoll
stato that the boot is on tho other
Tho two courses, ono of which'
they will probably pursue, aroa.3
follows: Ono is to secure as many
advertising contracts as possible
and thou offer to dispobo of them
to Mr. Finnoy, and tho other is,
in ovont of Jjyjfnilure of thojor
mor Bchumf, to mako up, from tie
old directory, which, by tho way,
is worse than nono, a fake directo
ry which will contain tho names
of many dead people, former
residents who nro now abroad,
As far as Mr. Finnoy is con
corned, ho will noithor buy up
their contracts nor sou out to
them, uudor any possible circum
stances. Ho proposes getting oat
a directory which will bo accurate,
usoful and completo as it can be
mado. That's tho kiud of a book
merohants and others want and
not a cloth-covered volume of mis
takes. Every district in this Island
has a man at work who is com
petent and trustworthy. Returns
of ull kindB aro now comingin,
and moro rapid progress is boing
mado than was first expected.
Tho Portuguese in Hawaii ap
ponr to havo cast a lustful oyo on
tho loaves and fishes of tho Gov
ernment. Thoy mado a protest
'against tho hiring, of Japanose
laborors on tho plantations, but
when better wages woro offered to
them thoy declined to work. In
stead, thoy domanded a share of
tho Government offices; about
one-third thoy thought would bo a
fair portion, estimated on popula
tion. As most of theso peoplo aro
barely ablo to read and writo and
in morals aud intelligonco aro on
ly a grado abovo tho Kanakas, it
is not probable that thoy will bo
welcomed to places in tho Gov
ornmout. Ex-Queen Kopiolani sooms to
havo a very fair measuro of strong
common sonso. Sho has never
mixed in ijny of tho conspiracies
to upset tho now Government, but
has dovotod horsolf to tho manage
ment of hor sugar plantation,
from which sho gotB tho substan
tial incomo of $10,000 a year. If
moro of the Uawaiiaus had hor
brains and solf-coutrol tho laud
and the powor on the islands
would not havo Blipped away
HiBYTorth. Watts How much
is Tedspat worth ? Potts Boal-
ly, 1 don't know. I did hear that
ho brought $08.75 onco when ho
was a dologato, but I don't think
ho was really worth it. ludiaua
Moro Eopartoo. "You can't
koop a good man down," Baid a
provorb-loviiig boarder. "Not,"
said tho typewriter boarder, "un
less ho has a seat in tho car. Thon
you can't got him up." Cincin
Little Boy Tho proaohor says
thoro iB no marryin' in heaven.
Littlo Girl Of courso not. Thoro
wouldn't bo enough mon to go
round. La Crosso Argus.
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