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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1896.
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I- Vol. 1. No. 340.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published overy day except Sunday at
GOO King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
For Month, nnywhero in Uy Ha
waiian Islands S 75
for Yoar. 6 IX)
Tor Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Moxico 1000
For Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countrioa 13 00
rnyrvblo Invnrlnblv In Ailvanoo.
Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
It hns been the wonder of
dculers hero whnt becomes of
all of the stoves imported to
Honolulu. Every vessel arriv
ing brings from one to eighty
(ours is the eighty lot), nnd
very few of the stove men
have old stock.
T3y our intioduction of the
''Jewel" Stoves and Ranges
the importation of stoves will
diminish, at the end of two
year's. We say two years, be
cause by that timo nil othor
makes of stoves will have
burnt or rusted out and
their places will be taken by
We believe our $12 Jewel
Stove is better than any on
the market, as it lias tho
Litrgo Wide Ovens, Quick
Handsome Carved Ornuinonta
tion iu latest design.
Tin Lined lleat Retaining Ovon
Largo Broad Ovon Sholf and
Niokoled Oven Door Punols
and Towol Hod.
Largo End Wood Feed Door.
Lour Continuous Fire Box for
Broad Smooth Hearth Plate.
Heavy Covers and Centers.
Cut Long Conter that will not
Bods protcotod from contact
Cut Top Plate that will not
Kickers for opening Oven Do r
Has ovory essential featuro for
a sorvicoublo stovo.
Von Holt Building.
Having engaged a First-class
' Painter fiom tho Coast wo
piopiso to mako
a specially nnd to guarantee
Hawaiian Carriage M'f'g
No. 70 Queen Street. 3JJ6-12t
013 lort Stroot,
OFFKK3 TO TUT. LADIES A FINE AS
sortmuut of Flench Kid iiutton Hoots, butt
limlltv, In slcs 1 to 8, widths KI) to KEU.
Will tTo sold one-tlilnl IpcIon cost price.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Will relievo tho most dis
tressing cough, sootho
tho Inflamed membrane.
loosen tho phlegm, and
induco refreshing sleep.
Por tho euro of Croup,
"Whonnlntf Pnntrli. finrn
throat, and all tho pul
monary troubles to which
the voumr are so liable.
there is no other remedy so effect
A Rsfiord of nsariy 60 years
Gold r.Wals st (he World's Chief Expositions.
A3)-Tim name, A.mt'p. Clmrry lVitornl,
Is pio'iiliiput on tiif wr.ini" i m"l H blown
In tlio ul.tss ot cai.li bottle. Tako no cheap
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agouts for tho Republic of Ilnwnii.
Now Then, My
Little Man !
To Got You Ono of Those
Made out of Washable Duck
Cloth. Just tho thing for this
Climate for Juvenile Boys,
ages 4 to 8, and the' Price is
$1.75 to $3.00 per SUIT
I. LEVINGSTON, - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
S3TSUITS MADE TO ORDER
Clearance Sale !
Commonclng Wednasday, July 1st,
Sffibn . 2 WEEKS ONLY
To moke room for New Goods, nil of my
BtoiU of MirclmmlUo M.LOW COST.
GENTLEMEN'S Stilts, Shirts, Hutu, Shoes,
NecMles, Underwear, etc., at tinrgaliis.
LADIES' Murlin, Ltncn, (Irass Cloth, Silk,
Hats, Shoes, Underwear, etc., Innnnt
ar!oty nt prices that will ustonUlijou.
CHILDUnNfs' Complete Suits, etc , almost
Z3r" Como early and get jour iholce.
407-O Kln St., near Caatlc it CooKe.
I I k i i
A DIVIDEND WILL Dn DUE AND
pnynblu on tho Capital Stock of tho Ha.
waiiau Sugar Compnny at tho ollico of
Win. O, Irwin it Co., L'd, on BATCH.
DAY, Juno 27, 1800. Tho stook books of
tho company will bo closed to tranefore
from B o'olook Thursday, Juno 25, 18!)0,
until Juno 27th.
337-3t Stctetnry II. S. Co.
DIsruTH OVKR l.NLKAXK JIO.VKV
I.V llAXICItl 1'1'CY MSt:.
NMernI Vrolmlo TlnUorx-I'roccctllHuit
llcroro tlic Snprcnio Court I'Jcrt-
me nt UccImIoii.
A decision has boon rendered in
tho case of. James J. Byrne vs.
John Allen and others, pnrtnero
in tlio Wort Angolas Rod C dav
Shiuglo and Lumber Com puny,
defendants, and A.Feok, garuishoo.
Justice Frear gives tho unanimous
opinion of tho Supremo Court,
granting a new trial on tho ap
peal of tho receiver and tho pnr
nishce. Tho receiver and dofpn
dants aro residents of Washing
ton State, whilo th6 plaintiff de
nied that ho had recognized tho
recoivqr's appointmont, also claim
ed that he was domiciled in these
islands. Tho Court says that tho
prior attachment of tho creditor
will be sustained in proforenco to
tho claim of tho receiver, if tho
creditor is a domestic creditor;
otherwise, if ho is n resident of
tho stato in which the receiver was
appointed and is bound by tho
ordor of its court. On this ques
tion tho Court was not in posses
sion of the facts, hoiico granted n
now trial to ascertain them. ETart
woll for plaintiff; X)ipkoy for de
fendant. In an opinion upon other
phases of tho sauio suit, tho Court
finds that mistakes were mado
in tho plaintiff's accounts, but tho
trial judge did not err m giving
judgment on tho ovidonce, and
ordors a new .trial unless tho
plaintiff remits S70.20 and inter
est. Tho litigation is iu connec
tion with work on tho "Waianao
oxtonsion of tho Oahu Railway.
Judgo Carter has confirmed a
salo of real estato nt public auc
tion for S1575 to Wong WohFoy,
by G. W. O. Jones and David
Dayton, exeoutors and trustees for
tho minor children under tho will
of Harriot N. Jones.
Judgo Perry has approved tho
accounts of J. A. Magoon,. guard
ian of James Lovo, which showed
receipts of $2327.50 and payments
of $3191.73, leaving a balauco of
S8G4.23 duo tho guardian.
Tho Supreme Court yesterday
hoard Rarthrop vet. Kona Coffee
Company. Little for plaintiff;
Thurston & Stanley for defen
dant. H. W. Schmidt has filed an an
swer to the bill of James W.
LJoyd, ossignee in bankruptcy of
Sing Moi Keo, to declare certain
assignments, conveyances and
transfers of property void. Ho
claims that ho is entitled to bo
paid $800 by tho insurance com
panies, on policies assigned to
him as security for a mortgage
mado by tho bankrupt, alleging
that wlion tho mortgage was mado
there was no othor incumbrance on
tho mortgagor's proporty, and
that it was goods sold by H. W.
Schmidt it Sons on credit which
enabled tho mortgagor to start
Mrs. Fanny Love, cuardinn of
two minor children, accounts for
receipts of $12,313.32, and pay
ments of $9573.4.0, loaviug a bttl
auco of S27G9.92.
Judgo Perry has allowed tho
accounts nnd ordered tho dis
charge of W. O. Smith, oxoeutor
of tho will of Alice F. Hitchcock.
Rccoipts $9535.03, payments $1,
298.17, balauco S323G.SG. Thurs
ton for petition.
Judgo Perry hns ordered lottors
of administration to issue to Geo.
Washington Smith and J. E. Ka
hon on tho esttto of tholato Addio
N. Smith, undor S300 bond each.
Ka-no for potitionor. Tho ostato
is valued at $13,000.
Judgo Carter has rendered n
decision in tho ejectment cases of
E.G. Macfarhino against the Trus
tees of tho Bishop Estato and of
tho samo plaintiff against W. F.
Allan. Ho finds for tho Trustees
in tho first case aud for Mr. Mac-
Continued on Slh Page,
NINETY TINS OF OPIUM
POUM IN PONfSSION or HACK
ittM.s: .iiaxi:l riutry.
C.M'tlilli Mcott mill onitcr CiirdiK Alo
Wciirlntr latlici- In riiclr I'uu
Miii'ii l!i Ciitiirr.
Tho way tho prosecution of tho
case agAinst tho two Mexican
girls for having opium concealed
on tlioir persons turned oit was
ui disheartening to tho officers
concerned iu their arrest, but
they resolved to make ono more
elfort to secure a conviction.
Manuel Perry, tho well-known
hack driver, has long been undor
suspicion foi supposed operations
in opium and the polico have long
beou on his truck.
Captain Sc tt and detec
tives Hammer and Cordes
have been matching Mr.
Porry very closely sinco tho ar
rival o tho Australia, ovidontly
thinking ho had a consignment of
"ooo(1b" to arrive on that vossol.
This morning at 5 o'clock Captain
Scott and Cordes wont to a certain
house on King stroot nnd con
cealed thomselves, ono iusido tho
door and tho othor just outsido.
Officor Hammer wuson watch out
sido looking for thooxpected hack
which tho ollicors know Porry had
taken out previously. In a
few minutoB tho hnck appeared,
Perry drove up to tho gato and
tied up to n post and then mado
foY tho house, carrying a sack in
each hand. He oponed tho door
and walked in, when Captniu
Scott placed his hand on his
shouldor and told him to throw up
his hands, whilo Cordes mado his
appearance from his placo of con
cealment. "Oh, Jesu Christo," said Porry,
dropping both sacks, "It is'all up
Cnpt. Scott said ho rather thought
it was and proceeded to oxanuno
tho contents of tho two sacks ho
was carrying. As was oxpected
a number of tins of opium woro
found. The ollicors then search
ed tho hack but no moro opium
was found. Tho prisoner was
thou driven to tho station houso
and locked up.
An examination of tho sacks
and their contents was then mado.
Thoro woro in all ninety tins of
opium; fifty tins woro of tho Cali
fornia brand now worth about
$10 a pound and forty of
tho Hongkong varioty worth
twico as rauoh. Tho latter
was hermetically sealed but tho
California tins woro not. Both
sacks woro dripping with salt wa
ter. The opium insido wns wrap
ped in newspapers of late San
Francisco datos in soparato pack
ages of ton thiB each. The news
paper wrappings woro pulpy with
the soa wator and tho labels on
tho tins camo off by prcssiug a
finger on thorn, showing that tho
sacks and contents had boon in tho
water for some timo. Boing still
wet thoy must havo beon tnkou
from tho wator a short timo boforo
thoy foil into tho hands of, tho
ollicors. Tho sacks ufaed wcro
now sugar sacks. From all theso
circumstances tho ollicors havo
little doubt that tho opium was
brought horo on tho Australia
and thrown overboard to await a
favorable clmuco of cottinu it
It would soom as if tho claim of
tho officials that thoy havo a "dead
cinch" on Porry was a good ouo,
nnd thoj- nnticipato no trouble in
convicting him. Soma timo ago
ho wns givon a warning from
headquartors to lot opium alono
but ho noglcctod it with tho nbovo
Manuel Porry was taken boforo
Judgo do hi Arorgno in tho Dis
trict Court this morning but tho
caso wont over uutil tomorrow.
A lottor from Mr. Shohan, tho
formor foroman of tho Gazotto
Company, states that ho has im
proved rapidly in health since his
return to California and already
J gained 14 pounds jn woight.
mi. Jtrxi.ouu xr.M.s or ins ix. '
tkntioxs in tiii: .iiATrr.ii,
Tfiiiiorry Hiurtir Securcil on Khitr j
Ntrrt't-Oiilj n IV rultoiild Can
A Bulletin roportor ran across
Dr. Kellogg today and at onco
proceeded to interview him on
Sanitarium prospects. Tho doc
tor rospondod with tho informa
tion that ho had just leased tho
Fomandes promises, nowoccupied
by W. Georgo Ashloy and ftunilyi
for n year and that as soon as thoy
moved out ho would establish
himself thoro with his family.
In response to n question by tho
reporter ho said ho expectod to
bo ablo to accommodate probably
half a dozen patients at present,
although ho was not making
nny special efforts to do so. With
regard to the main sanitarium ho
had only to reitorato tho favorablo
impressions ho had received on
tho railroad site, as detailed in n
formor iutorviow. In a fow days
ho was going to visit Tantalus
and othor locations which hnd
been suggested to him, but it
would bo months boforo a definite
decision was arrived at.
In ro3ponso to a question as to
how tho local medicos would viow
such an establishment Dr.
Kellogg said : "I am glad
you mentioned that subject. Our
aim iB to co-oporato with the pro
fession and not antagonize it. We
treat mostly chrome cases, for
which wo havo special facilities
not obtaiuabto by privato physi
cians. That is ouo reason why
wo aro going slow in starting tho
main sanitarium. Wo want tho
physicinns of tho islands to got
acquainted with us and our
mothods, so that whon wo aro
ready to recoivo pationts wo shall
havo tlioir infiuenco to recom
mend thom to us. Wo aim to
go hand-in-hand with tho profes
sion ovorywhoro and not against
it in any way."
The Japanese show, on tho
corner of Halokauila and Richards
streets, was well patronized laBt
night. It consisted of a series
of wrestling matches, probably a
hundred in number, thoro being
in tho neighborhood of fifty con
testants. It is a very interesting
performance nnd ontiroly n novel
ty. A numbor of white pooplo
woro thoro and woro as oxcited
over tho bouts as tlio Asiatic por
tion of tho spectators; Every
thing is very ordorly, comfortablo
seats aro provided, aud tho show
is well worth the prico of admis
sion. Tho host timo to go is about
On tho middle landing of tho
back stops of tho Executive build
ing, in tho onglo of tho iron
plates, a hoalthy elustor of ferns
is growing. Its soil is only a
slight deposit of sand and dust,
convoyed thoro by tho wind ond
people's feet, which tho janitor's
broom has loft. Pooplo havo
wondored to sco forns growing
out of lava in tho orator of Kilau
oa, but their germination on an
iron flight of stops is moro wotii
Ill I ten by n Doc;.
Whilo an iuoffonsivo Ohiueso
was walking down Queen street,
near Allen it Robinsou'B this
noon, a largo and ferocious look
iniT black dou bit him in fhn loir.
Tlio Pake ran out into tho stroot
with tho dog after him. Near tho
middlo of tho highway tho ariimnl
mado a spring, caught tho Colos
tial by tho chin and bit him
bovoroly, lacerating his face and
throat m a torriblo mannor. Tho
brute should bo bhot whomever ho
ROBERT LISHMAN'S PLIGHT
tiiiiown nto.ii a iihakk ani
ins mih himki:x.
IMclirrt lli IiinpimIIiIp Xtj the Drltcr
f Onp ol I'iiiiI I.riilicrff-i '
Robert Lishiiniu wns found ly
ing on tlio load to Koko Head,
near tho month of the Palolo vol
ley, tho night before last in un
almost insensiblo condition. Near
him lay an overturned cart and n
horso which told tho story. Tho
discovery was made by tho driver
of ouo of Paul Isonborg's milk
wagons, who rocognized Mr. Lish
mau nnd procured nssistnnco to
convoy him to his homo. Tho
rido homo seemed to rovivo him
spinowhnt nnd Dr. Minor's atten
tion did tho rest. His left nrm
was found to be broken nbovo the
elbow nnd ho wns badly bruised
on ono side of tho face. Ho knew
nothing of tho accident excopt
that his arm was broken until
yesterday when recollection re
turned to him. Ho says ho was
driving in a cart with long shafts
such aB is used iu breaking horses
and waB leading anothor horse.
Tho led horso started to get in
front and tho horso in tho brako
swerved to ono sido to givo him
room, throwing tho Wheel of tho
brako agaiust a boulder about
four feot high. Tho forco of tho
impact was sufficient to throw Mr.
Lishman clear out of tlio vehicle
on ono sido of tho rood whilo tho
horso and brako wont over on tho
other sido. Tho horso was lying
down, boing hold by tho long
snatta ot tno brako.
Mr. Lishman, who is G5 years
old, iB doing as well aa con bo ex
pected considering tlint ho wns
protty badly shaken up in addi
tion to getting his arm broken.,
HAWAII AX MCUXLN.
Hujfo rinliar Mnkra H flrnnd Iltgln
ilnir on I.ocnl Subject.
Hugo Fishor added a mngnifi
cont Hawaiian 6ceno to his collect
ion of paintings, now on oxhibition
at tho PacificIIard waro Co's.rooms,
today. It is a viow of Manou
Valley from Hopkins' switch,
on tho road to Waikiki, done in
wator colors. Tho foreground is
tropical, big, tall roods nnd wild
banana plants, backed by tho wide
lovol plain, grasB grown and
bright in coloring, with tho
valloy propor, its sideB on-
closed by tho high hills
and precipitous mountain slopes,
homming in tho gently undulating
iloor. Ovor and around tho hill
tops tho mists havo gathered, and
as tho low clouds driftslowly
above and ncross tho beautiful
valloy tho sunshiuo nnd shadow
altornato in n superlatively pleas
ing mannor. What n charming
picture tho original is to tho visi
tor who views it from tho trains
or roadway along tho bench!
Happily, Mr, Fishor has trans
ferred it to canvas without loss of
oither its charm or iU lovely
Soiling of tint Klniiii,
A largo crowd was down to seo
tho Kinau olT this morning. Thoro
was tlio usual lively timo on tho
wharf boforo her doparture; busi
ness pooplo rushing down with
belated lottors, and others rushing
on and ofT tho boat to sny good
byo to their frionds who aro oft
for a visit to tho big island.
Thoro woro also a number of
school boys nnd girls going awny
for tlioir summer vacation, gaily
bedecked with leis, and feeling
happy that thoir atiulies wore left
bohind, Quito a merry crowd o
Eassongors altogether, aud tho
iuLLivriN wishes thom u pleasant
H. L. Aohillos and family, O.
S. Desky and Judge Carter woro
among tho K man's pnssotigora
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