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HtyNOLULU, H. L, TUESDAY, JUNEj 23, 1896.
Piuok 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovcry day excopt Sunday nt
COO King Btreot, Honolulu, II. I.
For Month, nnywhoro In the Ha
waiian Islands ti 76
Per Year. B 00
Per Year, postpaid to Amorica,
Cnnnda, or Mexico 1000
Per Yoar, postpnid, othor Foreign
CountrioB 13 00
Pnynblo Invariably 'in Advauoo.
Tclcphono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
Auction Sales by Ja. F. Morgan.
On Waikiki Road
On WEDNESDAY, July 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, .
At my Snleroorr, Qneen Street, I will Bell
atl'ubho Auction, if not picvionsly
disponed of nt piivnto sale,
22 HOMESTEAD SITES
On the Waikiki Rond,
BoiDga Suhliviidon of the Property 'for
merly occupied liy C V Jlncfurlune, I2sq.
U Sites Ajacent to the 'Above,
And facing on the Waiklki Road ond
John Kun Road Tho John En.i Bond is
now being widened to 50 feet.
The purchaser lm the option of thico
Second Owe -Third Cash; halanco on
mortgage nt 8 por cent,
Third Payments ou tho Installment
plan ii8 agreed, say $.!) CuhIi, nnd balance
$15 per mouth.
t3T Maps nt mv Salesroom, where all
particulars can bo obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
.MiM Wi . WWW
" Come to Me Sweet
.Mariet'Js the name
of a song.
Como to rao and got.n
Qood White ghirt
For 50 Cents,
, Laundried and ready to wear,
is the name of my song, and
when you get into the store I'll
sing you another song about
u 0 0 U S "wjgifigtpr
that will make your heart beat
with happiness. . . .
BU I'll bo ready for business in
my Now Store "The Kasii" iu tho
Wiiwlny Block, eit,
On Snliinlii, Juim soili.
T, LEVmOETOK, - Marnier;
E5" My Hnok djes not tip in thin man
nor, no matter how weighty the load,
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On tho Pace, Oared by
Remarkable Experience of Mii Dorothy
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wo are privileged to givo below:
" L take pleasure in testifying to
tl'e great benellt I derived from
Ajor's Sarsaparilla. I suffered
from eruptions on my face of a very
irritating and vexatious nature.
For n considerable time I experi
jnented with various so-called blood
medicines, but without any allevia
turn of my trouble. At last, your
famous Sarsaparilla being strongly
recommended to me, I began o use
it, and after taking two bottles it
was most gratifying to see nnd feel
tlio effect in allaying the irritation
and reducIngtlio eruptions: When
I had used tbrco bottles tho erup
tions disappeared altogether, with
out leaving a mark on my face, and
I have never been troubled with
anything of tho kind since."
Sol'l Medals at HieWorld't Chfei Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for the Itopublio of Hawaii.
naving engaged a First-class
Painter from tho Coast wo
propose to mako
a specialty nnd to guarantee
Hawaiian Carriage M'fg
No. 70 Quoon Street. 33G-12t
JUNE 27th, 1896.
l'crloriuiint'e IIckI" ut S.
Tickets $1 and 50o.
On Sale nt Benson, Smith & Co , THURS
DAY, nt 0 n. in
A DIVIDEND WILL 13D DDE AND
payable on the Capital Stock of the Ha
waiian Sugnr Oompnuy nt the office of
Wm. G, Irwin & Co., L'd, ouSATUlt
DAY, Juua 27, 1800. The stock hooka of
tho company will ho closod to trausfurs
from C o'clock Thursday, Juno 25, 1800,
until Juno 27th,
W. L. HOrPElt,
337-31 Secretary II. 8. Co.
PARTIES ItEQUIHING PORH
Italian Bees or Queens
K. W. JORDAN,
i f.'k ti.
LATEST FOREIGN JlfWS
roi.ITICAI. RXCITr.nENT C'ENTKIt-
i:i ox ni-. ouis. .
'7nilctc llmleet ot Nt-u or All -Holm
Since I.ii'C l'rcvloun Nlenuivr
Georgo II. "Wyokoff, presidont
of tho Bank of Now Amsterdam,
New YorJ; City, was shot in Iub
oilico by a man who afterward
grwo his uaiuo as Gharlos Clark.
Tho man had 'prosontcd a letter
demanding SC00O immediately aud
white Mr. WyckofY was reading it
ho covered him with a big revolver.
Mr. Wyckoff refused tho money
and grappled with tho crank, who
shot him and thou fired twico nt
himself. Thoro was but slight
hopo of tho bunker's recovery, but
tho chances of his assailant woro
Ihdph Granger of San Diego
has bought tho collection of violins
owned by tho lato B. D. JIawloy
of Hartford, at a price said to bo
about $20,000. There arc- twelve
instruments, including the famous
King Josoph violin, said to bo tho
finest in existence.
"Whales aro plentiful at Monte
rey bay, California, making lively
times for tho whaling station.'
Dunham; who murdered six peo
ple including his wife at San
Joso, is still in hiding.
Tho Sisters of Charity Sanitari
im at Santa Fo, Now Moxico, was
burned. LossS70,000, and a fire
man and a pationt fatally injured.
Rumored that Grovor Clove-
land, Thomas B. Eeed and Socre
tary Carlisle will form a law part
nership in Now York after March
Tho First Regiment of Oregon
militia was to be scut to Astoria
to protect non-union fishormon
against tho strikers.
Two banks at Choney, "Wash
ington, have closed ilioir doors
owing to dull times.
Miss Mary E. Redmond has
sued Thomas Carter, tho wealthy
car manufacturer, for $50,000
damages'for breach of promiso of
The report is confirmed of the
killing of A. R. Hammond, a min
ing ouginoer formerly of San
Francisco, in a nativo uprising
noar Bulawayo, South Africa.
Cardinal Satolli haa been re
lieved and his' succossor appointed.
Private advices received from
Romo are to tho offoot that Mgr.
Falconio, Titular Archbishop of
Acoronja, will succeed Cardinal
Satolli as apostolio delegate to tho
United States at an early date.
Henry Barton Becohor, son of
Honry Ward Beechor, was placed
on trial in Now York for forgery
on an indictment foind a year
ago. It is charged that ho forged
the application of tho Chicago,
Milwaukeo and St. Paul Railroad
for indemnity insurance and
collected largo commissions thoro
on. The opinion prevails in ship
pin? circles at Seattle that tho
steamer Royal, which left Sun
Francisco fifty days ago for Ohig
uik, Alaska, has gono down in tho
Northern seas with all on board.
Rodney Fisk, tho young Cali
fornian who inherited ovor $1,-
000,000 a few years ago and
squandered his fortune on two
coutiuonts, died in Boston.
There are thirloon bills in tho
hands of tho President which ho
failed to approve boforo adjourn
ment ot Cougross. The question
is raised whothor ho can approve
billB, sinpo ho cannot voto them,
Leonora Cockerill, widow of
John A. Cockorill, tho well-known
newspaper writer who died in
Cairo on April 10th, was married
on. June 11 to Walter' Louis Liou-
nau, an omployo of tho silk firm
of Victor nnd AchiliB. Tho niar
riago took place inllobokon. Tho
couplo drove up to polico head
quarters shortly boforo midnight
and woro married by a Justico of
Secretary CarliBlo has boon ex
amined under oath by tho Senate
committee appointed to investi
gate tho recent bond issues.
Till ltr-iil1lcnn CoiiYFiitlnn.
All the interest Of t'o pi eviden
tial campaign centered in St.
Louis on tho eve of tho Republic
an National Convention to open
on tho 10th, Many pages of
special correspondence ly somo
of the ablest voterans of the picas
aro given to tho event in San
There is almost common con
sent that McKinloy will bo
nominated on tho first ballot.
Speaker Heed claims, however, to
havo uiivic.03 of Borious trouble in
the McKinley ranks, and ho de
clines to say whether ho has con
sented to accept the nomination
for Vico President.
Various State 'delegations and
sectional combinations of such
havo beouMrying to mako amonoy
plank that would "bo uenonilly ac
ceptable. A robolution proposed
by the leaders in tho Middlo West
is said to have been accopted by
Eastern men. It declares that
tho Republican party is unro
sorvedly for sound money, and
unalterably opposed .to ovorj
measure calculated to debase tho
currency. It is opposed to tho
freo and unlimited coinage of
silver, excopt by international
agreement, which the party favors,
and until such agreement can bo
obtaiued tho oxisting gold
standard should bo preserved.
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S. Takakura and A. Sakurai,
two ofiicora of tho Construction
Corps of tho Imperial Japanese
navy, aro in Washington. They
are making an inspection of the
Amoricnu shipbuilding plants,
and will boou visit tho Uniou
Iron Works at San Francisco. It
is gathered that Japan will lot in
this country contracts for porhaps
two second-class eruisors, but will
procure Iter big battle ships and
first-class eruisors from tho older
British and French shipbuilders.
Tho Japanoso naval officers woro
educated in Europe, and aro
strongly projudiced in favor of
European methods of couatruo
tion. Murder itt n Hull fJnnic.
James pixon, tho oighteon
yoar old s"ou of a wealthy farmer,
shot James Rico dead at a ball
gamo at .Blakeloy's, Oregon. A
coroner's jury returned a verdict
qf wilful murder. Dixon was
scoringtliS. gamo and mado a ro
murk that a batter was out. Rice
standing near him told tho
scoror ho hod bettor umpiro tho
game. Dixon mode a warm-nii-Bwor
and as Rico como nt him
with clenched fists Dixon fired a
rovolvor ot him twico. Tho first
shot reached his heart, and tlio
second shuck him as ho was fall
ing. Rico was dead when ho
touched tho ground.
Princo Victor Napoleon in a
letter denies that he has abdicuted
or attends to abdicate his. claims
on tho throne of Franco.
Au Italian tourist was arrested
nt a stratooio ubint on tho Alphio
frontior of Franco. It'was found
that ho was no other than Captain
Agostino Ravolli of the Italian
gonoral stall', and especially at
tached to tho.bureau in the War
Department that is charged with
tho study of tho organization Of
tho Fronch army.
S. Andrco of Stockholm had
started on Iub jourhoy for tho
A special from Bombay .says
tho lSritish second class twin screw
craisor Bonaventuro, flagship of
tho East Indian sntiadron. ilvinc '
tho flag of Roar Admiral Edmund'
Drummond, lost seventy men by
sunstroke on tho voyage from
Colombo to Pondicherry.
Empordr William has decorated
Li Ilung Chang, Vicoroy of China,
wit li tho Grand Cross of tho Red
Fif ty sailors on a Japanoso war
ship tit Antwerp muUnied, lmuled
and attacked the polico. Tho miii
tineors woro overcome and the
ship placed under guaul of a de
tachment of police.
Countess Russell has been con
demned to pay costs, besidos ro
tracting her aharges and making
an apology, hi a Buit for $15,000
damages on account of allegations
of shocking immorality sho m ado
in a suit for separation from her
husband. Tho action for dam
ages was brought by Haro, mastor
of Bath College.
A.- J. Balfour, First o the
Treasury, called a meeting of
Conservative loadors to urgo thorn
to Burrouder porsoual .feelings
with regard to details of loading
measures, as the Ministry was
anxious to end tho session ou
August 1-1 and resume business in
I tho middlo of January.
" ., .i-;'J &'''"-'
At Bow street Tolico Court in
London on tho 15th inst,, Dr. J.
S. Jameson, Major Sir John Wil
loughby, Colon ol It. Groy, Major
R. White, Colonel H. F. White
and Henry F. Coventry, prime
movers in the Troupvoal raid,
woro committed for trial. Tho
other accused porsons numbering
nine wore discharged. Thoso
committed wero released on $10,
000 personal bail bosidoB ono
surety of SoOQO in each case.
Tho small-pox is raging in Cu
ba, and increasing nnd spreading.
It has assumed far widor province
than tho yellow fovor, tho horedi-,
tary enemy of tho Cubans.
Maximo Gomoz, with an insurg-i
out force of 1000 men, tried to
capture tho Spanish camp. The
insurgents we're boaton off for an
hour, when thoy woro roinforced
by about 5000 men. Sheila from
tho Spaniards again and again
dismayed the insurgout cavalry,
but they returned to tho attack ro--poatedly
through the afternoon,
otily to bo eaoh timo repulsed.
Skirmishing continued through
the night,.ond tho insurgents hav
ing been furthor reintorced re
sumed thoir attacks in forco.
I Fresh ti oops come, to the aid of
I tho Spaniurds, nnd tho insurgents
, retreated to the mountains, with
the loss ot -1QU to uUU men. Tlio
Spaniurds lost four men killed
and two officers and thirty - fivo
Defalcations of tho date robol
treasurer of the proviuco of
Puerto Principo nihount to moro
than S50.000. Several to col
lectors aro implicated and await
ing trial by court-martial.
Jacintho Agromonto, son of tho
former iusurgont , president of the
Continued on Mh Paye.
i full ii ' iniiii. .,.,,;. iiilv, 'r '4i
TIIKY AM, UOT Wi;T.
The Nnd Ill;lit or the Port Hurvtyor
Oilicor Hammer arranged him
self iu his best suit of clothes
yesterday when he was ordered
to accompany tho Port Survoyor
to tho steamer Australia and
now ho is. wishing ho hadn't.
In tho boat with the Port
Surveyor besides Hammer were
Captain Scott and customs ofli
cors Ecklaud and Soveriu nnd
tho regular crow, Eckland
steering. When tho Australia
reached tho boat a lino was thrown
ovor. Hammer and somo of tho
others grabbed it but did not cal
culate on tlio speed of tho big
steamer. 'Almost instantly tho
rope tightened aud dragged thoso
holding it into tho water, besides
nearly filling tho boat with
water. When the boat was
finally made fast to tho steamer
thero was a decidedly wet and
subdued lot of men in her, al
though uono of them are any the
worso for thoir wetting. Detective
Hammer's new $75 suit of clothes
iB at tho tailor's, whore nn effort is
boiug made to oxtruct tho salt
from it. Port Surveyor Stiato
moyer has boon kopt buty an-,
sworing tho congratulations of his
frionds on his narrow escape from
a watory grove.
Mmii let Ilndly Hurt from Horics
A sorio,us and perhaps fatal ac
cident occurred this afternoon in
tho rear of tho Metropolitan Meat
Co.'s -store. It seems that a man
named E. Fromberg was on the
seat ot a nigh wagon, which
was standing under -a shed, when
the horses started suddenly. Tho
unfortunate man was struck by n
heavy beam under tho eaves q
the shed, throwing him violently
backwards from tho Beat. Dr.
Ryder was called in, nnd thinks
ther.e is small chance of recovrry.
It is thought the man's back is
broken or.his, spinal column boy
oroly injured. He wob removed
to tho hospital as soon ns possible.
Fromborg haB been employed by
tho Metropolitan Co. for throe
years as a driver, and was about
HO years of ogo.
SAW TIM' CZMl.
Georife JLycurtfun mtmit HIoicow Ilur
lutf tlio Coroiinllou I'ct lilt lev.
Gonial George Lycurgus has,
been kopt biiBy greeting his many
friends this morning after an ab
sence of eleven months from this
city. George has beon enjoying
lifo sinco ho loft here, having spent
much of his time traveling in
Europo. Ho spont some timo in
Turkoy and Greece and ' was
present during tho recent revival
of tho Olympic ' gomes. From
Greoco ho wont to Russia to take
in tho k coronation festivities nnd
came directly homo from Mobcow.
Ho was not present at the great
uriiuu ou iuu j-iouyiiBicy piaui in
which -1000 peoplo lost their livfes,
but says the half has not been
told about it.
Mr. LycurgiiB says ho has had
sight-seeing enough to lost him
for a timo and will now stay homo
"and attend strictly to busiuess.
Horn It In Airnlnl
That delightful' Fredorickbburg
boor at tho Anchor. Tho Aus
tralia brought down a lot of it
and today the patrons of that
popular rosort aro rojoioing over
anothor opportunity of imbibing
their favorite bovorngo. Frad
oriokrtburg not only allays one's
thirst, but it iB n healthy stimu
lant; Boothes tho nerves and tokos
away that tired feeling. Nothiug
iB hotter than a glass of Fretf
oricksburg, unless it is n bucket
ful. All tho brightest minds of
our city use it to koop thoir
thinkors in oporation. The
sparklo ot tho foam enters the
brains of the witty; hence tho
sparkling puns thrown off by
Win. Cunningham while drawing
yon a drink.