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Vol. 1. No. 345.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
.Published every day except Snndny nt
609 King Street, Honolulu, IL I.
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Tdcphono 2GG. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINHEV, Manager.
Auction Salea'ty Jas. F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, July 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Bftlosrootr , Queen Street, I will sell
at Public Auction, il not previously
disposed of nt pri7uto salo,
22 HOMESTEAD SITES
On the Walklkt Road,
Being a SuixlivlAion of the Proporty for
merly ocotipic by 0 V Macfurlunc, Esq.
14 Sites Ajacent 10 1lie Above,
And facing .on the Wnlklki Itoiid and
John Elm Kond Tbo John iEuu Itond is
now being widened to CO feet.
The iiurfihosex has tho option of thrco
Second Ooe-Third Cash; lalanco on
mortgage at S por cent.
Third Payments on tho Installment
plan as agreed, say Sot) Cash, and balnnco
$15 per month.
EP Maps at my Salesroom, where all
particulars can be obtaiuod.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
i ft ft B&fi V fift'T IT & fk $
New Building, Esplanade,
Opposito Sailors' Home.
A WEEK'S PERFORMANCE
Commencing June 25th.
ADMISSION: .50o and .25c for
adults. 25c and .10o for child
ren. Pu Gate opons at G p. m.
Hnving engaged a First-class
Painter from the Coast o
propose to make
1 a specialty and to gnarantoo
Hawaiian Carriage M'fg
No. 70 Quoou Street. 330 12t
PARTIES ItEQUIUING PURE
Italian Bees or Queens
t'Sl. Apply to .
U" ll i E. W. JORDAN,
322-1 in Fort streot.
A '.TEBRIBLE CASE OP
Mm. .! tVyntt, of I'ort lload, IVoit
Jtimlinnrnh, So. Atistrnlln, wrtt of
tbo unit ronditlon of her little i1ir1i
in,c, wliimo iurtralt ulio nlau scndsi
"My daughter was alllicted with
i;c7cina o tho most, aggravated
typo. The disease first appeared in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
began to fall out, and in spite of
the best medical advico ami treat
ment she grow steadily worse. Tho
sores were full of matter and wero
extremely offensive. Her eyes be
came alfected, and sho was, in truth,
in a terriblo state. My neighbors
wero very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded mo to try Aycr's Sarsa
parilla, and I am most thankful to
bo able to say that tlds wonderful
mcdlcino completely restored my
daughter's health. Sho has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, hor eyos are perfectly well,
and sho is a fine girl of eight years
with every prospect of growing up
to bo U strong and healthy woman."
Sold Medah at the World' Chlel Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tho ltopublio of Hawaii.
AUNTHIAN WAUHIIIP IN I'OIIT.
N. ITI. N Multla fritui till- Mnrqitesns oil
Voyiico Hound (lie World.
Early this morning, tho S.M.S.
Saida, an Austrian man-of-war,
arrived in the harbor. Sho is
commanded by Captain Conrad
Spioller, and is on a craiso around
Tho Saida loft Anno Mary Bay,
in tho Marquesas Islands,on Juno
i), making tho voyngo to this port
in 23 days. After a stay of eicht
or nino days iu Honolulu, during,
which suo will tako in a supply of
coal, sho will sail for Japan.
Tho warship started from Pola,
ono of tho most important ports
of Austria, going from thonco to
South America, and the Mar
quesas Islands. From the latter
place sho came direct to Honolu
lu, and will continue hor voyage
to Japan, China, India, Aden,
through tho Suez Canal, and
Tho Saida is an old-fashioned,
wooden vessel, built in 1879, nnd
is 2500 tons. Hor armament
consists of olavon largo rilled can
non and threo smallor guns. Be
sides tho oflicers, sho has n crow
of 330 men.
Following is tho list of officers:
Captain Conrad Spioller, com
mander; Stoni Hans, Count of
Soltyia, 1st Lieutenant; Liouts.
Eurcli, Pndou, Kulelka, Stoin,
Forstor, Laull'er; Surgeons No
blo nnd Poledno. Thero are also
Kuril! to Iluutli.
A little native girl, aged 2 years
and 11 months, was playing with
inntches yesterday aftoruoon and
sot tiro to hor dross. Tlioro was
no ono in tho room nt tho timo
and tho child was horribly burn
ed before hor screams attracted at
tention. Tho child diod in groat
agony nt 2 o'clock this morning.
Tho nccident took place at Mauna
kiokio and tho child's name was
Mary Kaloi Hnona .Pio'akalalo
Tho Y. M. C. A. Orchestra will
practico tonight at tho usual timo
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1896.
ARRIVAL OF THE ALAMEDA
the dti;?XAnu uim: ui::oiu or
Tillil VUiSV.L IX 14 Vr.AItN.
Aim- mi Ifer 'rorCy-Kljrlillt Itoitnil
Trip llctncou Auntriilnctu mill Snu
I'raiivlacu-Ifr Chief ruslncur.
The Oceanic Steamship Com
pany's liner Alameda, which ar
rived from San Francisco this
afternoon, is now on her forty
loiuid trip between fin
Francisccrfand Australasia, liarn
ing.that time sho has mado a ro
markablo record. On only ono
occasion was Bho over behind time,
and then John D. Sprockols hired
a Bpecial train to bring tho delay
ed English mail on from Sacra
mento to San Francisco. Snow
in tho mountains was tho causo of
tho trouble, but in spito of all Mr.
Sprockets' efforts the steamer was
twenty-four hours lato at Sydney.
Fourteon year's ago tno Alameda
was launched from the Cramps'
shipyard. At tuat timo she was,
as sjio is still, tho finest Amoncan
steamer ot her class afloat. S iO
logs hor 3-12 miles a day, and from
year's end to year's nud sho uover
gives tho engineers nny trouble.
Month in'und month out she gets in
on schedulo time, and, unlike tho
overland traiu service, her mails
are always a few hours oarly
instead of "twenty-four hours
When tho Alamedal left Phila
delphia, A.D. Little was in charge
of tho engine-room. Beforo that
ho had been chief assistant on tho
Pennsylvania, runnine between
Livorpool and Philadelphia, but
mo miuuors ot mo vessel wanted,
a competont man, bo thoy put him
in charge of tho new ship. That
waB thirteen years aco, and tho
record of tho. stoamor shows what
kind of nn ongineor hois.
Following is n list of tho pas
sengers who arrived today :
Dr. Winslow Anderson, wifo
and maid, Mrs. J. M. Athorton,
Mrs. John Ballard, Misa Ger
trude Ballard, Frank Ballard, Dr.
W. M. S. Boede, Mrs. M. M.
Buokmann, W. H. Cornwall, Jr.,
Miss Blanche Cornwell, Cnpt.
J. 0. Dart, Miss Bossio Fostor
French, F. T. French, Miss B. A.
Jowol, It. Kennedy, Mrs. J. C.
McStay, Mrs. 0. M. Shortridgo
and maid, Miss Shortridgo, Col.
J. H. Sopor, Mrs. TJsnor, and 10
steorage and 55 in transit.
Tho Corbott-Sharkoy fight was
a draw, with all tho honors for
Corbott as thrown to tho floor
Sharkoy stood up to tho cham
pion for twolvo minutes, at tho
end of which timo tho orst
while worId's champion v.-as
hanging around his opponent's
nook, weak, listless and panting.
The polico interforod iu Cor
"Tho surprising feature of last
night's doings was not so much
that Corbott failed to win as tho
narrowness with-whioh ho escaped
dofoat," is a commont of tho
Shnrkoy was as good in tho
fourth round as when ho started,
and it was in this round that
Corbett gripped him and, ns tho
mon could not be separated, tho
polico were called in by tho
roforeo to stop tho fight.
Sugar 31 cents.
Win. Oliurchill, tho now Ameri
can Consnl-Qonoial for Samoa, is
on board tho Alameda.
A British subject is hold a pri
soner by tho Venezuelans.
Boies or Bland will load at Chi
cago for tho Democratic nomina
tion. Tho Spanish Ministor of wnr
has money tb send 40,000 more
soldiers to Cuba.
By tho collapse of a Fifth street
tenement houso in Sau Francisco,
four persons woro killed and many
Continued on 5th Pugc.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
nun r wmxiiaii.
rn:l;;- l'erry Hold N'ts'it "elnii
ASiu.illn i:Jcr(iiirnt Milt tllll to
Amend u IM'i-il.
W. F. Allon, defendant, has
filed n bill of exceptions to tho
decision oE Judge Carter in favor
of E. C. Maofarlane, plaintiff", iu
an ejectment suit for land ;t Wai
kiki. Tho Supremo Court has hoard
twenty nppoals sinco'tho opouiug
of tho Juno term on tho 15th
This morning tho case of C.
Bosse, assignee, vs. M. Brianco,
exceptions fioni First Circuit,
was arguod and nubmitted. Dickey
for plaintiff; Thurstou it Stauloy
A J.Cartwright ot al. vs. Bruco
Cartwright ot al. is being hoard
this aftoruoon. It is a bill to
nmond a deed of trust mado by A.
J. Cartwright for tho bonoiit of
his wifo, co-plaiutiil in this case,
and thoir two children, Buth and
Mary Muriel, tho amendment bo
incr sought in coiisonuonco of tho
resumption of marital relations
botweou tho plaintiffs.
Judgo Carter of tho First Cir
cuit Court decided that tho deed
of trust was irrevocable and un
changeable, and from his decision
tho plaintiirs aro appealing, llart
w611 for plaintiff; Neumann for
Judge Perry yestorday aftor
uoon began the hearing of tho
habeas corpus proceedings whore
by M. D. Monsarrat is seeking to
tako his minor children out of tho
custody of Mrs. C. V. E. Dove,
formerly wife of tho plaintiff. Tho
hearing continued until 10 o'clock
at nigjit, Bovonil witnesses being
oxamiucd, nnd was resumed at
1:30 this afternoon. Thurston
and Stanley for petitioner; Kin
ney and Ballou for respondent.
J. T. IVuf crliouac.
Mrs. Wntorhouso gives notice
of the trnnsfor of tho business of
hor lato husband, J. T. "Watej:
houso, to her four sons. Messrs.
WatorhoiiBO givo potico of thoir
having formed a partnership to
carry on the business. Thoy re
tain as tho firm nnmo that of thoir
lamented father and grandfather.
Tho old houso of J.T. Wntorhouso
under tho management of those es
teemed young mon of tho third gen
oration bearing tho name in Hono
lulu s business is wished n contin
uation and an increase ot pros
perity by tho Bulletin.
lwakami, tho Hotol street mer
chant, mado an offer of several
prizes to thoso of his patrons pur
chasing tho largest amount of
goods of him during tho past two
mouths. Mrs. Dr. Hubbard re
ceived tho first prize, thirty yards
of fiuo silk,today. Sho had forty
six tickets, each representing n
ono dollar purchase.
At tho Art i:xlilll(.
Tho President and Mrs. Dolo
visited tho Pacific Ilardwaro Com
pany's art rooms this morning.
Mr. Dolo expressed himself as be
ing exceedingly woll ploascd with
tho paintingB by Hugo Fisher.
"Thoy aro simply graud," said ho,
referring especially to those of
Manoa Valley und tho American
Xoiv Ten ii In Cluli.
Tho Valloy Tennis Club is tho
latest addition to the list. It has
twauty-fivo members to start with
and tho following officers havo
beou elected; Dr. A.,E. Nichols,
president; S. M. Ballou, vice-president;
A. B. Wood, treasurer; A.
St. M. Mackintosh, secretary.
Tho liquor selling case of
Georgo Andrews has beon put oh
J until Monday for trial.
CROESUS' RIDE TO TOWN
HO.OI,UMJ II)M, OUT OF NKASO.V
, I.V A IHtV NIT.1,1-.
Iiutliicnll "onrlcy of
I'Ii-iiiI-Ooiio to Illrt
A gentleman prominent iu fi
nancial circles and who lives at
Makiki, missed his car yesterday
morning and, being in cousidora
blo of a hurry, hailed a friond
who was driving past with a
spanking team nud n fancy dog
cart, requesting him to tako him
"Hoy, thero! I want to rido,"
shouted tho man in pilikia.
" Cert, jump in," replied tho
Bportor of good horseflesh, "I'll
tako you to Fort and King streets
in threo minutes."
Off whirled tho vehicle, throw
ing sovon pound chunks of nice
black mud all ovor tho cart, driver
and passongor, tho lattor being
clad iu n cloau white linen .suit
which, beforo ho could got his
breath to expostulate, was spotted
up until it looked like a tatooed
South Soa Islaudor's epidermis.
" Hold on ! Hold on ! I pro
for to walk !" Bhoutod tho victim,
grabbing nt tho lines.
"Sit still, confound you!" ro
pliod tho driver. "This is a pair
of thoroughbreds and mustn't bo
"But I'm all mud; got in here to
ritlo behind a street sprinklori
Lot me out, 1 snyl
"Out uothin', I'm going down
town. You said you wanted to rido;
now rido; you can wash tho mud
off at tho first hydrant."
"Lot mo out," screamed tho vic
tim. "What's your opinion of tho
rearing of whito mico for draught
animals''" quoriod tho phlegmatic
"I'll whito mouse you if I ever
got on terra firma again; lot mo
"Did you henr about Jim Sher
wood's fantailod goldfish?" bland
ly inquired his tormentor; "ho
has thom trained so thoy stick
their tails down a gin bottle and
scoop up enough of tho contents
to get on a comfortable jag."
"I boliovo that's what you'vo got;
Btop thoso horses!"
"What a lovoly morning it is,"
replied tho driver, "How tho
peace and quiet of this part of
town harmonize with tho beauty
of tho dawn."
"Can't yon soo I'm all mud,
you infernal idiot!! Let mo out
or I'll havo your blood !"
'Evor sinco wo wero boys,
'The one was muddy,
'Tho other was bloody,
'liu. .dither ono mado any noiso."
Carolled tho drivor blandly, ns
thoy flew past tho pumping sta
tion, running over a bioyolist and
knocking n Ohiueso laundry
wagon through tho fonco.
"Whoa, boys, whoa, go oasy,
w-h-o-a," and tho drivor pulled in
his tonm, just coming to a stop as
his passenger fell ovor tho back
of tho cart, hailed a Punahou car
and wont homo to change his
clothes. Tho Chinaman died
later in tho day, but tho bioyolist
is on tho mend.
K twill 'IIiIvvin AImiiiI.
Complaints aro mado of tho fro
quent disappearauco of gardon
hose, vorandn chairs and tools
from houses in course of construc
tion. As theso artiolos aro always
sold by thoso purloining thom
thero should bo no difficulty in
tracing tho thiovos. Judging from
recent polico court proceedings,
howovor, tho slouths of our do
toctivo force havo all thoy can do
with profanity cases. Ono victim,
who lost fifty foot of hose tho
other night, said ho would rather
havo moro'profauity aud less potty
larceny going on.
Band concort at Thomas squaro
this aft6rnoon,- obmmoncing at
nveiuiig rupvi ruuiisucu
on the Hawaiian Islands.
Subscription 75c. a month. .
Piuoe 5 Cents.
ABOUT HILO'S NEW JAIL
ir wciir. tu: a i.Attui: ami convi:
Containing; hltd-ei ScparHlp Itoonin
lor 'clls anil Olllren Ilullt.ul
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On Thursday next tho Minister
of tho Interior will opon bids for
tho construction ot a building
which is designed to fill ono of tho
many long-felt wants of the citi
zens of tho capital of tho isl
and of Hawaii. Hilo is at
Inst to havo a jail and ono largo
enough to nccommodnto a con
siderable proportion of her popu
lation whonovor it may bo neces
sary. According to tho plans and
specifications prepared tho build
ing will bo Beveuty-fivo feet long
by thirty feet wide, constructed of
wood with corrugated iron roof.
Tho outside wallB will bo of 2x8
planks planed on tho outsido and
battened, so as to present a
smooth surfneo for painting.
Through tho ceutor.. of tho build
ing longthwnys will run a G-foot
corridor with d.oors opening into
tho difforont colls. Thero will bo
ton colls, each 10x12 feet and four
Gxl2, together with two rooms
12jixl2 for jailors' offices nnd sleep
ing room. All tho windows and
doors will bo provided witli heavy
gratings nnd tho height of all tho
rooms iu tho building will bo 10
foot from lloor to coiling. Tho
ceilings will bo of tight boards as
will bo tho partitions and unless
tho prisoners mnnngo to Binugglo
iu keyhole saws thoy will havo a
hard timo gotting out.
While tho now jail can hardly
bo termod an ornament to tho
town, still it will present a vory
neat appearance nnd will bo largo
enough to last uutil it is roplnced
by n more imposing structuroof
brick, iron nnd stone, nnd with
tho prosent rapid strides in im
provement now being mndo, iiv
Hilo that timo may not bo ns fnr
off as some people suppose.
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NjriioiMls of Aceni Kayiiolds Monthly
Tho monthly report of tho
Agent of the Board of Health
shows fifty soyou deaths for tho
month of Juno, sovon of which
ocourred from diarrhoea; four
oaoh from' consumption nnd old
ngo; throe each from convulsions,
fever, inauition and inflammation
of the bowels and tho bnlanco
from Various causes, including
ono death from drowning and ono
Of tho deceased 30 woro Ha
waiians, 5 Chinese, 7 Portuguese,
5 Japanese, 1 British, 1 Amoricau
and 2 of other nationalities.
Fourteon died without nny
medical attendance and twenty
eight of tho dead wero under 5
years of age.
Tho annual death rate por 1000
for tho month was 24.13.
i'uoNlilr Tulici till. Old Joli.
Fred. P. T. Wntorhouso has ro
signed tho position of superinten
dent of tho government oloctrio
light system aud lnu beon suc
ceeded by Mr. Cnssidy, who form
erly hold tho place. Under tho
tonnes of tho recent appropriation
bill Mr. Cassidy has boon com
pelled to resign tho position of
supariutondont of tho Mutual Tel
ephone Company, but his succes
sor has not yot beon solected.
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Tho Celostinl Empiro, publish
ed at Shanghai, in its issuo of
Juno 12, contaius a two-column
report of Wirth's Circus per
formance, giving tho greatest
praise to every porformor in tho
arona. Manager Camoron also
comos in for Tiigh complimonts.
This soems to contradict tho re
port in a contemporary that tho
show hud gone to pioeos.
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