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HVol. 1. No. 342.
HONOLULU, H. 1, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
On Waikiki Road
On WEDNESDAY, July 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom , Queen' Btreor, I will sell
lit I'ubho Auotlon, if not previously
disposed of at privato sale,
22 HOMESTEAD SITES
On tho Waikiki Road,
Being a Subdivision of tho Property f for
mcrly occupied by O V SlncCirlnne, Esq.
14 Silcs Ajacont to the Above,
And fnciui; on tho Waikiki Road and
John Una itond TLo John Euu ltoad is
now being widened to 60 feet.
Qfe Tho purchaser 1ms the option of thrco
jj "pwi ..- .- - - "
I' ' i " Second Ooo-Third Catih; bulanco on
mortgage at S por cent.
Third Payments on tho Installment
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13?' Maps at my S desroom, whoro nil
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New Building, Esplanade,
Opposite Sailors' Home.
A WEEK'S PERFORMANCE
Commencing June 25th.
ADMISSION: .50c and .25c for
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THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
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(Monday EVENING, at the Pythian Hall
on Fort street. Work in tho Third Dogroo.
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risiunt's AllT DXIIIHITION.
OoimI Nucci'kN Til us 1'nr New l'lcturcs
Hugo Fishor has mot with un
qualified success with the exhibi
tion of Jus paintings at tho art
rooms of tho rucific Hardware
Company. About thirty of tho
picturos havo boon purchased by
our best people. Tho uniformly
good work, whatever tho subject
represented, in a great measure
ndds to tho value of tho collection.
Thoro is no picture of tho lot that
is not a work of art, worthy to bo
hung on tho walls of tho homo of
tho art connoissour. Mr. Fisher's
modest manner and charming ap-
Jirociation of tho picturos quo,
orm a pleasing contrast to the
large I and little You of tho usual
class of artist with whose visits
tho Islands havo boon inflicted
during tho past ton years.
Although a well travoled and
well educated man of largo ex
porionco, Fisher is as unassuming
as n school-boy. It is to bo hoped
that ho may bo persuaded to re
main among us for a long timo.
Saturday ono or two new paint
ings woro placed on exhibition.
A marino view, a wasto of stormy
wator,lashed to foram by tho fierce
gale, tho spumo and spray flying
through the air, under a l.orulon
sky, is ono of them. AVhat might
bo choson as a companion picturo
to that of tho sheep caught in a
snow storm, is ono of a shephord
and his ilock on a grassy meadow
under a brilliant summer sun
Bhino. Although tho scene is ono
of peaceful roposo, thoro is a
wealth of color and warmth which
accurately convoy tho midsummor
At i:iiinin hqiiure.
Tho regular band concert will
bo given at Emma squaro this
ovoning, commencing at 7:30. Tho
program arranged appears be
low: part I.
Overturn Italian lu Algiers Rossini
Klnalu UTiuvutoro Verdi
Selection Kobln Itooil Do Kovcn
Three Hawsllait songs Poll Pu mu liana.
Like no a J.lUe. Main o Kelu,
medley The Rlack Drlgadc Heyer
Coeoanut Dauco....' Ainrciios
Waltz Makee Isluml licrgcr
Galop Stiuot Curs ArnJt
Tim Danger Comes
In casos of typhoid fovor, diphtheria and
other wasting diseases, when the patient
has been reduced in flesh, and strength, and
begins tho toilsome climb to health. Here
Hood's Sarsaparilla lindsitsphico, ltourich
es tho blood, strengthens tho norvos, gives
tone to tho digoxtivo organs, and builds up
the wholo system.
Hoon's Pim.s are the best niter-dinner pills
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BASEBALL ON SATURDAY
CUNIIA'N I'llivr AlM'I'.AUANCi: AS A
II AM, I'liAYKIt.
Tlicl'lrti Itceluicnt lonut Wlimnllol.
j Contented (Initio 'flic llcat of
Saturday's ball gamo turned
out to bo .tho best of tho season
and shows that the Stars nro not
going to havo things their own
way by a good deal. Tho First'
llegimeut team was materially
strengthened by tho addition of
Ounha as catcher, Baker taking
first baso. Tho Stars played their
regular nine with tho exception of
Lishman who was substituted at
third by S. Woods. Tho details
of tho gamo aro givdn below:
For tho Stars Willio AVildor
sent a littlo ono to shortstop who
fumbled it and threw to first.
Baker dropped it and Willio got
his baso with his proverbial luck.
Ho then stolo second by a scratch.
"Willis struck out. Hart wont out
at first and Wilder got to third.
Harry Wilder sent a liner to
shortstop. which was fumblod and
Wilder came in. Harry Wilder
was put out at second.
For the military Bakor got first
on a jpassod ball and was put out
at third on an oYorthrow. Gleason
failed to reach first, W. Woods
was put out at first.
Second S. Woods wont out at
first, Pryco saved his baso by
rapid sprinting, Eoss got a single,
Carter failed to roach first, Con
radt got second and Pryco and
Eoss camo in on a fumblo and
overthrow by Bhortstdp. W.
Wilder struck out.
W. Woods led off for the First
Eagimont with throe strikes at
vacancy. Ounha got in a two
bagger ovor to tho right fence.
G. Woods got a two-bagger and
brought Ounha in and camo
homo on nn overthrow. Carlylo
took his baso on balls, stolo second
and camo home on Harry Wildor's
ovorthrow to second. Duncan
took his base on balls, Luahiwa
flow out to shortstop and Duncan
wont out on a double play.
Third Willis was put out at
first, Hart likewise, Harry Wilder
got a baso hit to loft field, S. Woods
Baker flow out at Becond, Sim
erson struck out, Gloason got in a
drivo to left field for throo bases,
W. Wood got first and Gleason
camo in, Ounha got a baso hit,
Cioorge Woods ilow out.
Fourth Pryco got to first and
stolo socond, Eoss got his baso
and stolo second. Carter 'struck
out, Conrad I wont out at first and
Pryce Bcored. Willio Wilder
Duncan got first on a muff by
Woods, Luahiwa got first on an
ovorthrow to Bocond. Bakor got
his first and Duncan was put out
at third. Sinyson got to first,
Gleason got in. . Woods went
out at first, leaving tho bases full.
Fifth AVillis niado a baso hit
and stolo second by tho skin of
his tooth. Hart got a threo-bag-gor
to center hold, bringing in
Willis. Harry Wilder flow out at
second. S. Woods flew out at first.
Tom Pryco got a two-baggor and
came in on W. Woods' ovorthrow
to third. Eoss got third on Cunha's
ovorthrow to first. Carter was
put out at first.
Ounha found tho fonco again
for three bases and Cunha's run
ning mate waB found off his baso
on Goorgo Woods' ily to right
field. Carlylo flow out to pitcher.
Sixth For tho Star playors
Oonradt was put out at first, W.
Wilder struck out, Willis wont
out at first.
Duncan got a safo two-baso hit,
Luahiwa flow out to socond,
Baker did tho same, Simerson
broko a bat but failed to reach
Sovonth Tho gracoful pitcher
of tho Stars flow out to his op
ponent, Harry Wilder failed to
Continued on Sth Page.
AT THEv MINSTREL SHOW
i.titdi: AM) ai'1'ki::iativi: adii
i;.vj: A i rut: dicii.i. Ntirn.
A Snccol'iil I'l'rr.iiimiiicc of n 44ood
CiiilurcM llio II(MIC.
Thero was i
tho drill 8 lied
i gdod audiunco at
on Saturday oven-
there was room for
enough to nmko up- for tho ab
sentees. If tho Company D.
Minstrels coutiuuo to keep up the
present oxcollonco of their ontor
taimnouts they need havo no fears
but that tho public will respond
Tho opening chorus from Boc
caccio, an opera in which all tho
music is bright and Bparkliug,
was rondored with tho necessary
vim and waB very creditably sung.
J. Thompson and E. Churchill
sang their songs well and were
applauded. Bon Jones captured
the first encore by his magnificent
rendition of "Tho Ship 1 Love,"
"ON THE 80QUEL," IN THE REDWOODS.
(Painting by Hugo Fisher.)
"On tho Soquol" in tho California redwoods iB tho Bubjoct of tho
abovo cut, taken from ono of Hugo Fisher's oxcollont paintings. Tho
original depicts tho gigantic trees, tho nislo-liko appearance of tho
pathways through tho forest, and tho subduod tints of tho pines,
sequoia gigantea and fir as seen in tho Santa Cruz county redwoods,
and O. Charlock another with
"The Loader of Company D."
J. McGuiro's Bong "Lindy, Does
You Lovo Mo?" merited anjon
coro and narrowly escaped ono, as
did W. II. Charlock in "My Lit
tlo Niggor Girl." "My Toa
Party" was especially well sung
by W. Coolho, but was hardly
suitable for tho occasion. II.
Viorra's selection was also well
rendered. George Macy and tho
Quintottto chorus woro dosorvedly
applauded. Charlock's take-off of
Professor Borger in tho finalo
was .excellently well douo and will
add now Jaurols to his reputation
as a mimic.
In tho Becond part tho quar
tette, Jones, Sherwood, Cuolho
and Thompson, gave a fino ren
dition of "The Sweetest Song of
All" which brought down tho
house. Mr. Finney's artistic
club swinging was tho success of
tho ovoning, howovor, and after
responding to ono oncoro, tho
performer camo before tho cur
tain and bowed his acknowl
edgments. Thoro was just enough
fancy dauoing by Charlock,
Churchill and McGuiro in tho
pioco entitled "Aunt Maudy" to
make tho oudienco wish for more,
whilo Yiorra and Jackson con-
Continued on Stk Page.
THE JAPANESE WRESTLING I
sci.ni.n at rni, i;ci,osUKK xkaic l
TUB SAII.OKS' IIO.IIC.
Little Itrouii Mill Wrcnllc tor Ulnrr
I'rlnrlpiillr, but Arcct Anything
l'rcucnted by lliclr Ailiulrcra.
Those who do not nttond
Japanese 'wri-stliug matches
going on at the onclosuro noar tho
Sailors' Homo will miss a good
thing. Tho onclosuro is probably
a hundred feet squaro and sur
rounded with a high board fonco.
On two sides it iB covorod with
canvas ovorhoad but tho rest of tho
enclosed space is opon to tho air.
Ono of thoso covered sidos is do
voted to tho hotter class of Japa
noso families. Thoro aro three
wido tiers covered with matting
on which sit or rcclino wholo
families of Japanese. Tho othor
is filled with seven tiors of chairs
for Europeans and Japaneso who
can afford to pay fifty couts for a
Beat. On tho other two sides tho
enclosure is filled with benches
In tho center
tho wrestling placo about twonty
foot squaro, covered with a canopy
sustained by pillars at oach corn
er. Susponded from tho cantor iB
a powerful aro light which with
incandescent burners scattored
about gives plenty of light
for tho wholo onclosuro.
The wrestling platform, if it may
bo so termed, is of sand, hoapod
about a foot from tho ground. A
circular spaco about fiftoou foot in
diameter is tho wrostliug arona
within which tho performers must
koop. It is marked by a layer
ot straw. Tho wrestlers sit on
tho oaBt and wost sidos of tho plat
form until thoir turn comes.
Tho most prominent porsonago
connected with tho affair is tho
umpire. Ho iB a tall young man
witli a musical voico, who an
nounces tho names of tho con
testants and bossoB tho wholo con
corn. Ho is a gorgeously deco
rated individual and his insignia
of oflico consists of a sort ot gir
dlo to tho ends of which aro
attached two tassels, which look
liko tho heads of largo thistles.
When tho umpire gives his de
cision tho victor knoels boforo
him and is stroked ovor tho
Bhouldors with these two tassols
as a sign of victory. Tho umpire
Continued on Sth Page,
WHEELINC IN THE PARK
ii:xri:it 'i:k iiii: milk ciiah.
Sinn Itnce llio Itnlo-IlcnJf Ilnnill.
rupilii Nutli n I'anlol Hnm-
Itler Win IIinTiiiiilcm.
Thero was room for a multi
plied number of the spectators
who went to Kapiolani Park on
Saturday to see tho bicycle races
uudor tho auspices of tho Hawaii
an Amateur Athletic Club. Thos.
Wright and Capt. Griffiths woro
1. Tho one mile novico raco
was won by B. Bond in 2:32, with
Sam Johnson second.
2. Onomilo championship,tan
clom paced, scratch. E. A. Doxter
led most of tho wny and won in
2:32,with Henry A.Giles and F.B.
Damon socond and third respec
tively. Tho tandem for tho sec
ond half ran an eighth of
a milo nhead of tlie racors,
compelling Doxter to set tho paco
for tho field. This was altogether
unfair. Tho pacers should not
havo got out of pacing range un
til within an eighth of a milo of
3. Ono milo for nativo boys.
Won by Charles Bredo in 3:13
1-5. A. K. Nawahi was leading
until within six yards of tho wiro.
4. Half-mile, boys, hundicop.
Bond was tho only ono at scratch.
Won by Albert K. Nawahi, who
had 7 yards, in 1:513. Bond near
ly won by a spurt. Thero woro
six entries, and tho longest hand
icap was -10 yards.
5. Half-milo opoh, handicap.
Ten ot the crack racors woro in
this. Doxtor had the scratch,
Goo. Angus 3 'yards, F. B.Damon
8 yardB, otc. Sam Johnson with
10 yards' advantago, won in 1:3
2-5, Geo. Martin, 15 yards, a closo
G. Ono milo greenhorn.
F. II. Grace won in 3:54, soveral
yards ahead of Frank Aki in
front of tho rest bunched. It was
a waiting race until tho homo
stretch. Ono milo 2:15 class, scratch.
Entries: F. B. Damon, H. A.
Giles, T. King, G. Martin, D. G.
Sylvester, P. Lishman, J. F.
Sylva. King and Damon,
in tho order named, woro
contesting tho lead closoly on en
tering tho homestretch. Coming
near tho wiro King seemed to
havo the raco in his foot, but Syl
va with a gallant spurt grasped
tho prizo. Timo 3:12$. Martin,
Becond, was only half a second
bohind. It is Baid King wanted
to give Martin tho race, but the
arrangement slipped up.
8. One milo tandem (trainers).
Eamblor, ridden by Thompson
and Chapman, and Tribune by
Orozior and Borgor. Tho Tribuuo
led slightly at tho beginning, and
tho race was closo at tho first
quartor. Then tho Eamblor forg
ed ahead, being a longth in ad
vance at tho half. Tho Tribuno
made up tho difference by tho
thrco-quartor, but tho Eamblor
again worked ahead, winning by
two lonetliB in 2:39 2-5.
9. Two milo opon, handicap.
Angus and Doxter wero scratch,
and tho oight othor contestants
had from 27 to 250 yards. Sam
Johnson with 250 yards and J. F.
Sylva with 100 yards led all tho
way, just about thoir handicaps
ahead of tho rest. Angus and
Damon, tho lattor having 27 yards,
crossed tho lino first, in tho ordor
named, next to tho leadors on tho
first milo. Johuson won
in 3:511-5 reaching his
handicap mark, attor crossiug
tho lino tho second timo, boforo
any but Sylva, who was second,
reached tho wiro.
Tho Govornmont band played
botwoen tho racos. Thoro was
high wind all through, amounting
BomotimeB almost to a galo.
Undor tho Gorman law hdulto
rators aro pumshod with
severity than pick-pookote.