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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 25, 1896, Image 1',
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S. L FIHHY, Manager.
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"Vmis troiiffer wfifclt Iiad nfnirtct!
, I now rf-commenrf, to anyone
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
&Ai Agents tor the Republic of Hawaii
" Come to
of a song.
Corne to me and get a
Qood White ghirt
3foi 50 Cents,
Imndric'd and ready to wear,
is the name of rny song, and
when you get into the Htore I'll
ing you another song about
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TO THE EDI
toto mr Local
Dear Sir: I
-ns rery much
finrfWHK&i to refldiu4'our vul
'ble pHjer8 of .Tuii.j EJt'f"inst.,
account of tJie voyngo o tbo
Bchooiier Ada, nnd of bar being in
difitrewfi, nnd nliort of wntor, pro
TiBions, otc Yoa otato tiio weath
er was bad, nnd wntor must bo
procured cvnn though there was
rjrk u connection with tlio at
torn pi. And farther you stiito tho
men were veiy mucli famished,
and wantod very much to get back
to Honolulu. They told n story
of great hardships, nnd said tho
hands hod been working sinco wo
left Honolulu, which kind of
news, I am very porry to have to
tell you, is misguiding to tho pub
lic. If yon will nllow mo spneo in your
vnluablo paper, I will givo you n
true account of our voynge, wjth
all the incidents connected with it
from the timo wo left Honolulu to
the timo we nrrived in Hilo Bay.
Left Honolulu harbor at G:30 p.
m., Tuesday evening, Juno 2nd,
with T. W. Rawlins, Capt. Birt,
S.H.Webb, J. F. Hardy, Paul
Ijeaunal, W. Itobertson, Bill Kn
lie and Chns. Obula, also one horso
nnd dot' a"d general cargo of
freight, lumber, etc.
All woll on board wo started off,
nnd made splendid time. On
Wednesday morning, June 3, 15
miles to leeward ot Lanai, weather
calm. Thursday morning, Juno
J, off Olownlu plantation, Maui.
Friday, June 5, was four miles off
Mahukona; had exporionccd heavy
weather crossing tho channel.
Same nighty Bhipped heavy seas,
which carried away one of our
Proceeded along the coast of
Hawaii and experienced heavy
weather all along to Juno 10;
then finding that wo wore bo
coming short of water, and tho
weather moderating, wo lowered
oar boat, and taking ono of tho
empty containers, with J. F.
Hardy, Paul Beaunal, and tho two
native seamen, instructed thorn to
go to Hakalau Gulch, and when
they arrived there, if weather per
mitted, to go in and got water, but
instructed tho inato to go accord
ing to the natives' judgment, in
regard to entering tho Gulch, as
the mato was a stranger on tho
On reaching Hakalau Gulch
tho natives declined to entor, but
tho mato insisted on them coiner
in, and such was tho cause ofpoor
Paul Beaunal's losing his life, and
J. F. Hardy's narrow escape. Tho
natives arrived safo. Aftor tho
boat loft tho schoonor, wo lay on
nnd off all night oil' Hakalau Gulch
and had n largo bright light in
addition to our two side light.
At 2:0 n. in. a hoavy squall was
encountered, which drovo us to
tho leeward. Tho weather contin
ued so, when nil of n sudden wo
sighted tho steamer Kiunu bear
ing down on us. Wo then sus
pected that our boat had met with
oim) iniHfortiiiio. A bot from
tho JCiiiiin with Director Beckloy
cam 0 alongside with a half-barrel
of vnter, nnd ono bottle of 0. P.
H, whifckey which was very nccopt
Mhltf, hh wn 11ml it for medicinal
Wo had been on watch all night
for tho boat. Mr. Bcvklny in
formal iih Dial the Mi'minor Hawaii
wmh londliifi at Ilonohina, nnd
vvJjwn she got through was coining
out nff'ir iih nnd wo wore to nuiko
nrriiuuHUWuUi with tho caolain for
lowing uh in if wo ijhihIihI it.
TIim 11 wit to liwmi in h!IiI vnu
Hut KfUnM Jl'ni. Ctpt. J'rwiniKii.
A kmihII bottl (win HloiigNfdtf with
1 V' JChhI In it, win; iikwl Hid
if wt wmmUhI Uiwiuu, wild I tmU
ywt, i JwwjhkI iw iuu ImhI nimI
went to tho captain. Ho grootod
mo with a smile, and thou buBi
'facss bognn. I asked him how
much ho would tow me to Hilo
Bay for. Ho nsknd mo what I
would givo ? 1 told him I would
leavo it to him, as I did not know
what it watrworth. Ho Buid
tlireo hundroo! dollars $300. I
told him 1 could not afford to pay
that. He thou nsked me what I
would pay, nnd 1 snid 'diio hun
dred dollars 100. He said ho
did not own tlio steamer, but if ho
did ho would tow me for nothing.
I wns.nbout bidding him "good
dny," when ho Raid ho would tow
in for 150. 1 consulted Captain
Birt. and he suM v had bt'.or
tako him or olse turn hack owing
to tho condition of our sails. Wo
wore takon in tow at 8 p. m., and
nrrived in Hilo hay at 11 p. in.
Now if the Evening Bulletin,
Advertiser and Independent will
publish theso facts, my frionds
nnd tho general public will have
tho true facts of the caso, as I con
sider tho local papers havo dono
mo a great injustice, ns I am, and
always was a good catorer, and it
is my object to look well after tho
inner man. As far ns provisions
were concerned wo had enough
to Inst us for two months,
water as woll, but having ship
pod thoso heavy seaB crossing tho
channolwolostonoof tho contain
ers of wntor. That mishap did
not affect our provisions in tho
lardor, but if Mr. Beckloy wants
to call O.P.S. whiskey provisions
ho is at liberty to call it what ho
SCENE ON THE Ul'PEll SAN JOAQUIN.
likes. Yet it is misguiding to tho
gouoral public and discreditable
to mo as a cutoror, and further
more I never asked Mr. Beckloy
to tako me homo, nor thought of
such a thing, as I consider I be
long to tho same strain of blood as
Christopher Columbus, and wo
never heard of him asking to go
back until ho found what he
started out for.
With all duo respect to Director
Beckley, Capt. Freeman and Capt.
Clarke, I wish to express my sin
cere regards for their noble kind
ness, hoping they will never be in
the same fix. If they should, I
hope I will be as near to them as
they wore to us. I would bo ono
of tho first, at the risk of my life,
to help them.
Wishing all coucorned a hearty
I remain, most respectfully,
T. W. Bawlins.
T. C. Mastoller, Commander of
tho Department of California, G.
A. P., lias decided that Captain
George C. Wilt.o Camp, Sons'
of Veterans, did wrong in refusing
to utloiid church parado with Geo.
W. Do Long Post, G. A. P., nt tho
Methodist church in Honolulu on
Sunday, Juno 21, on the ground
thnt tho pnstor of tho church, who
preached thu annual sermon be
fore tho veterans on that occasion,
wntf 11 Canudian. It. Juy Groono,
Post Commander, had mibmittfd
among other things tho fact that
tho Mothodist cougiegation wan
composed of Americans, also that
tho preacher was ot strong Amer
ican sympathies, nnd had an Am
erican wife. In his reply thu
Department Commander MiMiiin
ed tho Post Coiniiiandor's viow
that tho annual Sunday sorvico
was not proporly 11 part of tho
Memorial Day exorcises; also,
that eligibility to inumhorHlup in
the CI 1 Hinl Army of tho Jtopnblio
wholly ignored the question of
imlioimlity, uJUng j ,roof u,0
liioiiihei'Mhii) nt (Jul. V. V. Afllifuiil
Jin duo. V. 1) Luiijf i'onl.
PICTURES COINC FAST,
nam: k.miiiiitiox or tcokkm iit
If !:() I'IMCM!.
Mecrnt Iiwrr!iiif lij- r.'io.il Art I.iivrra
(irrlpMoiiH tf initio I.ciitliiii;
EighPpf Hugo Fisher's benuti
ful paintings wore sold yesterday,
the purqjmeers being Judge r-irti r,
W. CfftPfncoek, Frank Fl 'hIuco
utid Juo,'o Widuuiaun. Thero was
11 very largo attendance nt tho ex
hibition, many of thoso well up in
nrt coming to viow what is doubt
less tho finest collection of water
color work that has over been seen
bore. Today, nearly all of tho
present Collection is exhibited, tho
whole forming nn extremely inter
esting study. T'io rear room of
tho Pnciiiotllardwura Company's
upper floor is given over to Mr.
Fisher's lovely works. Again the
Bulletin is tompted to give n
short description of somo of tho
most notnblo additions to tho dis
play of Tuesday.
One is a viow of a portion of tho
Long Island marshes, famous
among sportHiuon. Tho loto sum
mer or early autumnal air, with
its wealth of soft coloring, is
brought out in a suporior manner
as are'tho lights in tho sky and
the tonos of tho grasses and othor
plant lifo of tho watery wasto,
which is a paradiso for game birds.
Twilight over the uppor San
Joaquin valloy, California, is an
other picturo which tho artist haB
nccuratoly transferred to canvns.
It is especially fine; tho hot, dry
air, tho damp earth of a swampy
foreground, tho bust vegetation,
live oaks and willows, illustrate
tho peculiar characteristics of that
Two hunting scenes attract much
well-deserved attention. Ono hns
for its contro piece a pointer dog,
quivering in overy tonsoly drawn
muscle with tho excitement of the
moment just before his master,
depicted in tho middle distance ns
nbout to fire nt the rising birds,
Bcores nuothor shot nnd a coiibo
quont retriovo by tho faithful
unimal. Tho othor painting has
for its subject two Gordon setters
just spying tho game, half con
cealed by tho louj thick grass.
It is charming in its air of dash
and vigor, drawn with a bold, free
liand intelligently, freely, yet
Frank Hustaco secured a picturo
of onchanting beauty. Tho largo
work occupies a control location
in the rear portion of tho room,
and is a bcouo on tho American
llivcr at Chili Bar, boforo the
stroam lcacs tho high Sierras.
Tho rugged scenery, rock, snow
field, dmk pine forest, brilliant
sunlight on tlio wntor, as it dashes
over rock and fallen forost tree;
glinting and Hashing in thu slant
ing rays of tlio morning, roaring
over tho slight fulls and swiftly
gliding down betweon tho pon
derous wdl of dark, rugged
granite, frowning down in gloomy
mouace at tho careless, noisy
stream. Ono may spend hours!
gazing at this ono viow.
Our cut today faintly illustrates
a tamer landscape, but one novor
tholoKH atti active in tho oiiginal.
Wliifo this oxcollont opportunity
IiiMh, all Honolulu should visit
the cithibitioii, which is freo to
Tender for Hnpplle to be ConlilrMl
Ministor Coopor was prosent at
yestordny's meeting of tho Board
of Health in addition to tho mem
bers nnd officials.
Tho regular reports wore re
ceived from Dr. Monsnrrnt nnd
Fish Inspector Koliipio. The
latter reported 50,20(5 fish received
and 500 condemned during tho
Tho lesignation of Dr.Wcddick
sa govorninont physician at Kn
wailinu, Kauai, was accepted, in
ordor to nllow tho doctor to accept
a moro lucrative position at Ewn
A communication was received
fromH. S. Padgett asking to bo
appointed to tlio position now
hold by J. D. McVeigh. It was
placed on filo.
A petition signed by about loO
people of Koua, asking that Dr.
Jjindloy bo retained in his formor
position, was also filed ponding
action at somo later dny.
A petition from several loners
now in jail at Kalaupapn to Pre
sident Dolo nsking to be released
was referred by tho President to
the Board of Health for informa
tion thoroon. Tho Board again
referred it to Superintendent
Thirty-nino tenders for sup
plies ndvortised for were opouod
and filed nnd on motion will bo
considered nt a special meeting of
tho Board to bo hold tomorrow
Minister Cooper presented let
ters from Attorney Gouoral Smith
detailing his experiences in Ja
pan. Inspector Keliipio was autho
rized to havo signs pnintod for
uso in tho market, showinc what
fish wero fresh and what had been
kept on ico.
Tho investigation of tho charges
against 0. T. Akana wore again
IHticcfNW Ahiiirctl for the Concert orco.
A big houso is sure to greet tho
Co. D minstrels Saturday evening.
Last night they had a full rehear
sal, and a Bulletin representa
tive who was present was much
surprised with tho oxcolleuco of
tho program and tho progress
made by tho raombors. Tho songs
are all now, melodious and tnking,
and suro to please everybody.
Tho boys sing splendidly and
enter into each fenturo with a
great deal of vim and dash. Thoy
havo worked exceedingly hard and
aro entitled to n lot oFcredit.
They hnvo gotten up n finale
for the first part and an aftorpiece
that are simply killing; ns funny
ns tho combined humor of Hono
lulu's best talent in that di
rection can make them.
And thoy will bring thorn out
with as' much versatility and ex
cellence of renditiou nB tho songs
und numbers in tho olio. Tho
latter will bo finojeinbracing club
swinging, dancing nnd vnrious
other matters. Throughout tho
two farcical tnko-offs, above-mentioned,
there runs a neat vein of
entiio, but there is nothing to
offend nnyono, as tho caricaturing
of local colobritios is neither
coarso nor too far-fetched.
Olicrii lltiiDio ltcHiorntloii.
The stuccoing of tho Opera
Houso is nearly comploled. It
will bo oiled and then recoivo two
coats of paint. A balcony mid
way up ovor tho front, with its
middle part extended somo foot
from the end sections, has been
constructed. It will bo supported
by two iron columns at tho outer
comors of tho extension, and by
iron brnckots triplo-bolted to tho
brickwork on tho sides. This
balcony will mako a vory eligiblo
speaker's platform for open-air
meetings, or position for tho
bund at military roviows or othor
special occasions. Tho work is
iiroi;ro8feing in tho intorinr of tho
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
komk r.NUi.iMn Ti:i.t:itAiH nv
WAY Of AVC.U1AM.
An I'ncHiy I'oolln PrctnlU In the
TrHinxnnl-ltir Uhnllfn nnl III
London, .Iiuo 10. Tho Time's
correspondent at Pretoria states
that thoro is uneasiness in Gov
ernment circles, and that the
movements of tho British trooos
aro watched with tho greatest sus
picion. Capetown, Juno 11. Tho lead
ers of tho Beform party have of
fered forty thousand pound to dis
tribute among charities in ex-'
change for their release.
Gilford's column defeated tho
Impi, uumboriug 1500, at Ungusa
with tho loss of thirty killed.
liiubs lias cleared tho iVinlauala
Hills, burning all tho kraals they
Oaiiio, Juno 9,-r-Mauy of tho
prisouors captured nt Felket have
boon recocrnizGcl bv Slatin li.w.
including nu Emir who befriend
ed him while ho wns a prisoner in
Slatin writes from RimUin Hint
tho Khalifa daily persecutes Eu
ropean prisoners, and threatens to
put thorn to death.
Caiiio, Juuo 11. Tho DorviBhes
between Ferkot nnd Dongoln nre
now without lenders. Forty-five
emirs hnvo beou killed or enptured.
Bome, June 9. Tho Duke of
Sormonotn stated in tlio Clmmher
of Deputies that if n great force
attacked Kaspala it would bo dittl.
cult to relievo the garrison. Ho
irusieu 11 low montns would solvo
Capetown, Juno 9. M. Bottle
holm, tho Turkish Consul in tho
Baud, is Biiing tho CapoGovern
ment for 50,000 damages for
illegal arrest for treason.
Madrid, Juno 10. Forty-Boven
anarchists havo boon nrrosted at
Barcelona, and a nnnntftv nf
Adelaide, Juno 11. Parlia
ment opened today. Governor
Buxton, in his sneech. Rnid tlio
credit of tho colony never stood
nigner. xno rovonuo of tho lead
ing departments was fully up to
tho estimate, and it was not anti
cipated any further taxation would
be necessary. On tho contrary, it
was intended to recommend n re
duction of tho incomo tax. The
Ministerial programme intended
to expedite federation as much as
possiblo on a democratic basis.
MoasureB wero promised providing
for nn electing Ministry, biennial
retirement of half tho mombors of
the Assembly, electoral consolida
tion law, civil sorvico reform,,
early closing nmondmont, ship
ping and divorce laws, iualiena
bio annuities, consolidation nnd
conversion of publio debt, com
prehensive schomo for agricul
tural and pastornl development,
nnd nssistnnco to produce export
ers. Tho Hon. J. Coles wns re
Yestorday afternoon n horso
and buggy belonging to E. A.
Williams camo down Fort street
at u livelygait towards tho water
front, striking several vehicles
along tho way and smashing tho
buggy. Wliou near tho Inter-Island
wharf, a man whoso rig was
standing close by ran out to pio
tect it, when the runaway buggy
half capsized, striking him on the
log; but without injury. At this
point. Jim Sponcor, a speedy
spriutor, started aftor tho lleeiug
horso, and, after a smart run,
caught tho animal aud threw him
Two Chiueso wero arrested this
morning for having opium in pos
session. Ono of thorn offered a
policemnu $5 to lot him go. Now
ho is out $5 and has nu additional
chargo of bribory placed ogaiust