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If you DonM.Rcad the BullcLn
Evening Paper Published
on the Hawaiian, Islands.
Subscription j$c. a month.
you Don't Gtt ALL the News.
I Readies, ALL the Tcople
Vol. 1 No. 333.
HONOLULU, H. ,1., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1896.
Pmok 5 Cents.
" Y 4
. 1. 3T 1
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day excopt SuBdiy.at
C09 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
sunscKTMnoN iiatks. ,
.Per Month, anywboro In tho IIi-
wallnn Islands . Wfl
Per Year. t'UOi
Tor Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
'Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 18 '00
Pnynblo Invnrlnbly in Advance.
Telophono 260. P. O. Box 80.
B. L. FMtiEY, Manager..
' "WHY ? '
You want n. good Direc
i , tory.
You want a reliable au
thentic book that contains
all tho Names.
You DON'T want' a re
hash of the edition of two
You ought to patronize
Tho only people author
ized to. canvass for tho
DIEECTORY now be
ing compiled by mo are
men who enrn'and spend
their money in Hawaii.
A. V. Gear, A. C. Steele,
V. Fernandez, C. II.
White; P. Wilburton, II.
P. King, J. B. Daniels
and myself, are tho only
men authorized to collect
Names and Information
for the above work.
B. L FINNEY.
BSu N. 33. Soe Daniels
and Finney for ndvertis-
r ing space and Books.
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XL TERRIBLE CASE OF
.Mr.' E. WyaU, fit Tort Jloml, Went
IIInlinnmli, So. Anstrnlln, write of
the uul comtlttMiof her JIUle daugh
ter, wlioito jiurtrult iho rilno cndai
"My daughter was iillllcted with
Ecrcnin of tlio most aggravated
type. Tlio (llscasu.flrst appeared in
enipMoim'oii her head, then Iior hair
began to fall out, and in sjilto of
tho best medical advlco anil treat
ment she grew steadily worse. Tlio
sores vero full of matter and wero
extremely offensive. Her eyes be
camo affected, and she was, in truth,
in a terrlblo stato. My neighbors
wero very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho caso. Tlioy
persuaded mo to try Ayer's Sarsa
parilla, and I am most thankful to
bo blo to s.iy that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's licaltli. She has now as
good a head of hair as anyono could
wish, her eyes aro perfectly well,
and sho is a lino girl of eight years
with every prospect of growing up
to bo a strong and healthy woman."
gold Medals at the World't Chltt Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Ecpublio of Hnwuii.
Armenian Atrocities 1
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(By Itev. Edwin M. Dliss.)
)& Prospectus and subscription lists
Moroliant Street, Honolulu.
Inono vol. cloth, $ 2 00
In ono vol. cloth gilt, 2 (50
In one vol. HuH-KnMian gilt, 3 50
Having been informed by reli
able parties Unit Mr. Hustcd or
his employes nro circulating tho
report that I am simply in the
"Directory business to compel him
to buy mo off, I wish it to go on
record thnt I will not soil my data
or work to Mr.' Husted or any
B. L. FINNEY.
Honolulu, Juno 5, 189G.
NPTICB 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT I
lmvo bought the cntlro Grucen nnil Dry
Goods business, from I'oo ding FAt of Kila.
Konn, llawnll, nnil that nil debla liertto
fare LOfitractcd by said liuslniss will bo isld
by Foo Sing Fat.
S.U-at YEU WAK.
Piano For Sale.
A WOODWAIID & llltOWN PIANO.
II a3 nn oicelleat tone imd is in lino condi
tion . Will bo sold cheap (or uish.
Addrots L. T.
105-tf IJCLLETIN Oftlce.
SOME NOBLE PICTURES
woxtK'r sivao rifiiirrt to r.
TvMnnlle Valley tlio Snbjcctofii XIni-
terpleoc Other INirlraMit i
of 'OrniKl Scenery.
Thoro is soon to bo placed on
exhibition, at tho Pncific Hard
ware Company's art parlors, a
collection of pictures paiutd by
Hugo Fisher which .compiisw th
iincbt display, probably, that bus
boon seon hero in ten years.
The paintings aro mostly in
wuter color, although thoro aro
a fow in oil. A variety of
subjects aro embruecd, and tho
troatmont of each shows tho caro,
patienoo and intelligence of a mas
ter hand, as well as gonius of
tho rareftt kind. Most of tho pic
tures aro of American scenery,
although a few aro from Bohemia,
the nativo country of tho artist,
and there aro also somo sketches
of still life. Tho most striking,
not only on account of the.snbjoot
treated but of tho immonso sizo of
tho painting, is ono of tho Yoso
mito Valley, California. Tho view
is an pntirely now ono and tho
work is magnificent.
Tho grandeur of that wonder
fully beautiful valley, the clear
ness and brightness of. tho
'mountain air, tho vastness of
tho oloud-capped domes and
frightful precipices aro all
brought out aB no ono but a great
artist can do. Tho Morced rivor
is shown in tho foreground and
one looks across a corner of tho
valloy to where, in tho iniddlo
distance, a dozen great toworing
massds of rock cluster together,
whilo ono of- the most striking of
tho many high falls for which
that region is famous comes
tumbling down out of tho clouds.
Tho appreciative reviewer is pro
foundly impressed with this mas
torpieco. Evory dotail is so care
fully treated, too, although Mr.
Fisher paints with a frco hand
and there ia no symptom of any
thing stiff or Btilted in his work.
Another remarkably well exe
cuted work is of tho head waters
of tho American rivor, in tho high
SierraB. It is full of life, vivid
and mild, brilliant in coloring
from tho savago ruBh of tho tor
ront dashing down the gorge and
over tho rocks to the Bnow crown
ed poaks of tho background,
where Btretches of bare, black
mountain topand long stripB of
tho pure, wlrito 'covering alter
nate. "Forgotten" is tho title of an
other picture deserving special
mention. A snow covered land
scape just at nightfall, a cold aud
lowering sky with a storm of
wind aud snow raging. A small
but cozy looking cottago, with tho
lamp-light streaming through a
window. Outside, a pony has
been tied to tho railing of tho lit
tlo veranda aud stands there
patiently waiting for his rider,
bonding his head to tho blast and
tho flurries of biiow which aro
whirling round him. Ono won
dors whether his ridor is insido
courting tho widowed owner of
tho ranch or whether it ia somo
venturesome country girl, who,
having braved tho storm to call
on a noighbor, has found tho ludy
of tho liouso in possession of n
now fashion quaitorly ami is re
velling in tho delightful things
thoroin contained, totally forget
ting tho poor beast loft out in tho
tliriitlaim In tliv Inland f'nur n
Athens, June 7. Advices havo
boon received horo from tho is
land of Crete to the effect that tho
disturbances in tho various parts'
of tho island continue. Tho Tur
kish troops aro-burniug villages.
An official report statoa that a
band of Kurds has attacked tho
employes of tho railway from
Smyrna, to Uaraba, killing many,
including tho British, Fronch and
JjONnoV. .nnn H. Tin "moo
has a dispatch from Canon, island
of Urott1, which snjn Unit groat,
alarm continues amoug tho
OlmHrl.llis. ft. in miiil tlinr Ilia I
proseiicq of war ships only saved
thorn from massocte. The princi
pal oources of fear to them nro
tho Turkish soldiors who are tho
same nfthoso who gained notorie
ty at IJoitoun at tho time of,tho
Armenian ma&eucro. Thoy aio
selling watches aud jewelry which
thoy openly stnto they took from
ArtrtouiitjiB. It is asoilod also
that human ears, with eurriugs in
London, Juno 7. Mr. Glad
stone has written a reply to o cor
rcsjioiylout in which ho says: "In
my opuiipn tho Turkish Govern
ment is tho groatost scourgo of
mankilid.' and in tin nrrKninaf.
scandal nd disjjraco to religion,
inuiuiuuy uiu iKiigiun vi iuo Hum
med, on the faco of tho oarth."
Au.uasT Di:.viii in i:i.rcrmciTY.
1'lol'CMior Cope IK'itrccalcn OhlaV In
Columdus (O.) Juno.9. Govor.
nor Bushnell has received a letter
from Professor E. D. Copo of tho
department of comparativo aiyito
iny in tho Univorsity of Pennsyl
vania, autl. president of tho Socie
ty for the Advancement of Scionco,
in which ho doprccatos tho fact
that Ohio is soon to adopt the
electric method of executing tho
death sontouce, which, ho says, is
a fad and a barbarism. Tho offoct
of tho oloctiio shock is, ho sayB,
uncortaiu and but littlo under
stood. In many cases persons
huvo suffered sovoror shocks than
aro administered uuder. tho Now
York law and have recovered.
"William J. Kline, editor of tho
Amsterdam, N. Y., Daily Demo
crat tho Republican papor of tho
town was lately given a welcome
recopliou and banquet by Georgo
H. Loadwick, editor of the Morn
ing Sentinel tho opposing Domo
cratio papor. Mr. Kline had
lately returned from a western
tour for his health extended to the
Hawaiian Islands. His letters to
his paper on Hawaiian sconory
and institutions wero remarkably
interesting and, best of all, un
usually accurate for a sojourner.
Boston, Juno 8. Tho St. Louis
club gave Boston a boautiful coat
of whitewash today with tho
greatest easo. Broitonstoiu pitch
ed a fine game, only threo hits
being made off him, and only ono
of them was to tho outfield. Only
ono man on tho Boston team
reached third base, and only two
second. Attondanco 1500. Scoro:
Boston Hits 3, error 1. St.
Louis RunB 5, hitB 11, error 1.
Batteries Sullivan, Tonny and
Ganzoll; Broitonstoin nnd McFar
More Wonderful Mill.
A prominent business man said,
on the streot today, "Why don't
they get somo of those horsoloss
carriages down horo? They're
tho greatest invention of tho age."'
Chester Doylo overheard the
remark and retorted: "You'ro
'way off, old man, I know some
thing that boatB that."
"What is it?"
" 'Cowlisa' milk; thoy servo it
at tho Hawaiian hotel in cans."
I.uiifr 111 HnriieoNt
Justice Stephen J. Fiold of tjio
United States Supromo Court is
visiting San Francisco. Ho hns
been on the Supremo bouch for
thirty-throo years, having been
appointed in 18GU. Only ono Jus
tice of the Supremo Court over
served longor Justico Marshall,
from 1801 to 1835. It ia Justico
Field's nmbitiou to sorvo his comi
try longer than tiny .man in its
liiBtory as a Judgo or. tuo tmpronio
THE BOARD- OF HEALTH
BEPWHT8 rilOM THE TIjrBlC.Mt IX-
M'KCTOIl IN JAPAN.
FIli!iiC In tile Hnrlxir Ilonut I'lif Con-
demneil-l'ffrraWsloii HcfiMtd to
Tho Board of Hoalth mooting
yesterday was attended by Dr.
Emerson, president, Dr. Day, T.
F. LanBing and D. Koliipio, mom
bors; Dr. Monsarrat, inspector; 0.
B. Boynolds, oxocutivo officer, and
B. W. Meyer, superintendent of
tho Molokai Lopor Settlement.
It was decidod to havo mer
chandise from China disinfected
boforo delivery. ,
Dr. Eldridgo, sanitary inspector
in Japan, had mudosovoral reports
to tho Board. Tho caso of black
plaguo on tho Poru, for which that
steamer was quarantined at Naga
saki, proved fatal. Tho plaguo at
Hongkong was more sevoroly opi-domic-
and moro malignant and in
fectious than in 1894. All tlio
ports in Southern China aro in
fected. Tho Btonmer Toyo-Maru
bound for Honolulu was inspeot
od both at Kobe and Yokohama
on account df small-pox at Kobe.
Belapsing fever has appeared in
Japan, whoro it is a now disease.
Mr. Reynolds complained that
fishing was practised in tho harbor
continually, and tho attention of
tho polico was ordored drawn to tho
Mr. Koliipio had condemned a
roasted pig at tho market, as it
had died a natural death.
Wm. Clarke at Molokai was
granted $10 extra a month, in con
sideration of liia Borvices-in- plant
lugireoB. Dr. Alvarez was appointed sec
retary of tho leprosy board and
allowed SlOfor each session-thereof.
Tho president reported that,
after examination by himsolf, Goo.
W. Smith the druggist nnd Dr.
Day, tho Japanese who wanted to
run a drugstore horo was refused
SONS OF THE lli:'OI.VTIOX.
Iluunlliiii Noddy AVI 1 1 ;ii lrle
At the annual mooting of tho
Hawaiian Society, Sons of tho
American Revolution, yoBtorday,
tho report of a special committee
was adopted, to offer four prizes
of S25, $20, S15 and $10 for writ
ton aud declaimed orations, by
pupils in nttendanco nt tho publio
aud privalo Bchools of Honolulu,
upon tho subject: " Tho Objects
and RoBiilts of tho Amoricnn Rev
olution." Tho contost will behold
in June, 1897, and no oration is to
exceed ton minutes in dolivery.
Ono or moro of the successful
competitors may bo asked to do
liver their orations on tho Fourth
of July, 1897.
Tho following committeo was
appointed to offer tho sorvices of
tho society to tho Fourth of July
committeo of tho general mooting
of Amoricans: J. W. Jones, W.
F. Allon, G. W. R. King, Dr.
Pratt and W. C. Parko.
Olfieors wore olocted for tho on
suing year as follows: P. C.
Jones, president; A. F. Judd, vico
tary; Wilham J. ForbeB, treasur
er; Prof. W. D. Alexander, regis
trar; Rov. Douglas P. Birnio, J.
W. Jones and W. F. Allon, mom
beis (with tho oilicora) of tho
Board of Managers.
! m m ,
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a com position of
coal tar and coniout. Cheapest
and best roof pioparation in Ho
City Carriago Co.. J. S. And.
rado, mannger. It you want a
hnok with good horso and ouro
f nl drivor ring up Telophono 113,
corner of Fort nnd Merchnnt
streets Hnok at all houis. .
To Keek Hnultarlmn Mte oit
This morning B. F. Dilling
ham conducted an excursion party
by tho regular train as far as
Waimanalo on tho "Woianao
division. At that point horeea
wore to bo taken up the sido of,
tho Waianao rango in queot of a
Bite for ( o snnitanum. Our rep
resentative transmitted the follow
ing notes by tho midday train :
The nauieB of tho party, to bo
conducted up tho mountain by H.
M. von Holt, snporintondout of
ranches for tho O. R. tfc L.Co., are
as follows: B. F. Dillingham,
Mrs. von Holt, Miss Bella Carter,
Frank Brown, 0. B. Ripley, Mr.
Achilles, W. R. Farringtou (Ad
vortisor, Ed. Towso (Star), Geo.
Manson (Bulletin,), Mr. Yatos
aud Dr. Kellogg, the two last
Tho party start from a point on
tho railway whoro tho now cattle
pons aro built, about four miles
from Ewa mill, nnd go four miles
up tho ridge of tho mountnin to
an altitude of about 2300 feet,
where tho proposed sanitarium is
to bo located. Messrs. Yates and
Koljogg aro tho owners of a large
sanitarium in Kansas and think
of oponing a similar institution
horo. Mr. Achillea is looking up
a location suitable -for a coffoo
Elantntion on this island. He .
as located in Hawaii nlso.
Norain at Wnianao yesterday.
Raining at Dr. McGrowJs as wc
Party will roturn by way of,
Ewa at 5 p. m.
lleiielit to Hum. t
On Saturday evening tho Ha
waiian Circus will gi,vo a grand
complimentary benefit to "Wilfred
Burns, "tho Btrong man," who is
slowly recovering from long and
sovero illness. Tho beueticinry
will on thiB occasion introduce
"Dan," tliQ Hawaiian trick pony.
Thero will bo now feats by Leo
nardo, tho trapozist who walka"
with his head down, and all tha
old ring favorites will appear in
special and now exploits. No
vaudeville annex will bo produced,
but tho clowns will give novol
tricks, jokos and songs. Tho on
tiro company is striving to got up
tho best entortainmout yet pro
duced in the nrona. Como and
givo BuriiB a rousing welcome
back from a bod of sicknoss to &
now lease of lifo.
Thero will bo tho following
events nt the bicycle' meet, under
tho auspices of tho H. A. A. 0.,
beginning at 2:45 p. m. on Satur
day, 27th inst., at Kapiolani
Park: One-mile novice. One
mile championship. One-half
mile for Hawaiians only (handi
cap). Ono-half milo open to all
(haudicnp). Ouo-milo groonhorn.
One-milo 2:45 class. Ono-mile
tandom. Two-milo opon to all
Tho Supromo Court is hearing
Ilomou vs. Kamnkaia.
Judgo Cartor was hearing the
Mahimahi ndmiralty caso of
Bowler vs. Alilo today.
Cartwright vs. Oartwright, suit
for an amicable settlement of A.
J. Cartwright's affairs, cancelling
tho trusteeship of Bruco Cart
wright, is to bo heard by the, sajuo
Honolulu's warm cliihnto is
conduoivo of thirst to a greater
degroo than that of a colder zono.
Tho avorauo businoss man Iosoh
also, to a degreo, tho amount ot
onorgy and nervous forpo common
ouougli in tho bracing nir ot
American cities. Theso two phases
of our climato make it more
nocessary than olsowhoro to etira
ulato tho system with an iuvigor
ant. No more .healthful or .purer
stimulus, or ono moro delightful
to tho palate, can bo found, than
Pabsjt Milwaukee beor. It is &
delicious drink and is constantly
on draught at tho Cosmopolitan,
Pacific and tho Royal.