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V,Oh. 1. No. 346.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRftfAY, JULY 3, 1896.
Price 5 Cjsnts.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday ut
609 King Streot, Honolulu, IL I.
Por Month, nnywhero in tho Ha
waiian Islands 8 7A
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Gountrioa 13 00
Payrtblo Invariably In Advnnco.
Telopbono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. I. FINNEY, Manager.
Aucluh Sales by Jets. F. Morgan.
On Waikiki Road
On WEDNESDAY, July 8,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Balosroon , 'Queen Street, I will sell
ftt Pnblin Auction, if not previously
disposed of nt private salo,
22 HOMESTEAD SITES
On the Waikiki Road,
BoIdr a Subdivision of the Proporty for
merly occupied by C V Mncfurluiie, Esq.
14 Sites Ajacent to the Alioye,
And facing on the Waikiki Road and
John Kna Road Tho John Eini ltoad is
now being widened to B0 feet.
i JSwfW Tho purchaser has the oj
''Jt plans: iR
ontion of thi co
Second OnorThhd Cash; balance on
mortgage nt 8 per cent.
'(JpThird Payments on tho InBtullmont
plan as agreed, suy $50 Cash, and balance
'15 per month.
V3S' MapB nt mv Salesroom, whore nil
particulars can bo obtaiuod.
JAS. F. MOHGAN,
New Building, Esplanade,
Opposite Sailors' Homo.
A WEEK'S PERFORMANCE
Commencing June 25th.
I ' ADMISSION: .C0o and .25c for
adults. 25o and .10o for child
ren. BsSL. Gate bponB at G p. in,
, v fl3f-ZW
Having engaged a Fiwt-olass
Painter from tho Coast we
pioposo to make
a specially and to guarantee
Hawaiian Carriage M'fg
No. 70 Quoon Street. 336-126
PARTIES REQUIRING PORE
Italian Bees or Queens
CJV. Apply to
322-1 in Fort streot.
Is the source cf good health.
Hakes Puro Blood,
Strengthens tho Norvos,
Shaipens ilia Appotito,
Removes that Tired Feeling,
and Makes Life Worth Living.
t tiivmhni oil-
Gold Medals at t!u World's Great expositions.
ESF-Tlewaro of cheap lmltalIont. Tho
name Aycr's StirsupnrlUu is promi
nent on the wrapper, anil is blown lu
tho Gloss of each bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Republics of Hnwnii.
In accordance with Section 1, of Chapter
XXVI of the Law of I8b0:
AH persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates, are hereby notified
Unit the water rates for tho term ending Ucc.
31, 1800, will he due and payable at the olllco
ot the Honolulu Water Works, on tho 1st day
or July, 1800.
All rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days
after they are duo will bo subject to on addi
tional 10 percent.
Hates are payable at tho oJUco of tho Water
Works In the Kapualwa Iluildlng.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, II. I., June 15, 1600. .Wilt
Foreign Office Notice.
Tho President and Mrs. Dolo will hold a
reception at the Executive building on Satur
day, July 4th, from ID to 11:45 o'clock In tho
forenoon, to which the public Is Invited.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Foielgn OMce, July 1, 18'JJ.
Summer School Boarders.
All persons willing to board teachers or
others who come to Honolulu to attend the
Summer School In August, on favorable
terms, are requested to communkate with
the undersigned at as early a date as possible.
JOHN V, SCOTT,
Deputy Inspector-General of Schools,
I have made over all tho stock and mer
chandise in tho business carried on by the
late J, T. Waterhouso, and also tho good
will and nil outstanding accounts thereof,
to my sons, P. T. I'., E. 0., John and G.S.
Watorhouse, who henceforth carry on said
business and assume all liabilities from
July 1st, 1800.
ELlZAUElII ROURNE WATER
HOUSE, Sole Legatee undor tho will of
John T. Waterhouse. 315 liu
Notice of Copartnership.
The undersigned, oooh residing in Hono
lulu, iu tho Island of Oahu, of tho Repub
lic of Hnv.nil, hoe formed n copartnership
with each other iu tho business of buying
and soiling general mcrchaudiss and as
commission merehiuts in said Ilouolnlu,
undor tho firm name or stylo of JT Water
houso, being the business heretofore car
ried on by J T Watorhouse, first, and his
successor, J T Waterhouse, second.
Datod Honolulu, July 1, 1800.
Fbkdfiuck T P Wateiwocsb,
EllNEST CO.NISTON WATUnHOUSE,
Gkorue 8 Waterhouse.
The sailing of tbo steamer W. Q. nail
as been postponed until 12 m. on Friday.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NVVIGA
TION CO , Ltd.
Honolulu, Juno 30, 1800, 343-It
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REGULAR, HILO LETTER
ItlKECTOlt IlbOKLRl OIVr.H A DIN.
Nt'tt PARTY AT THE 1IOTRI,.
Fonrth rJ ulr Celebration--ITIuyler-onnl
Itonm Milppliiic uikI
Niiffxr OrliKtlnK, olo.
On Monday night o this wook
Mr. Geo. Beckloy, Director "Wilder
S. S. Company, gave "a compli
mentary dinner to a few friondB
in the dining room o tho Hilo
Hotel. At 7:30 tho guests sat
down torn very fine repast. The
tables were decorated with carna
tions and orns and upon each
plate a boutoniere had been placod.
A printed menu rested at each
place. Each one took his or her
menu as a souvenir o a most
Soup, Clam Chowder,
Fish, Boiled Potatoes,
Stuffed Roast Turkey,
Cranberry Sauce, Green Peas,
MushroomB on Toast,
Ice Cream, Marble Cake,
Mumm's EHra Dry.
Inglenook "Claret, I
At 9:30 all adjourned to the
parior, wnere tney were entertain
ed bv Mr. Doskv. who rnrwWnrl
several choice selections on the
iluto; also by Mr. F. M. Wakefield
and Mr. Otto Rose, with vocal and
instrumental music. The Misses
Rose sang sevoral very pretty Ha
waiian songs with guitar accom
paniment. Tho invited guests wero:
Miss Lillie Hapai, Capt. Fitzger
ald,Miss Anna Rose, Mr. O. Desky,
Miss Pauline Rose, Bert Schoen,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Willfong, Otto Rose,
F. M. Wakefield.
Tho schooner John D. Tallant
loft port this evening in tow of
tho S. S. Hawuii for San Fran
cisco with 17,000 sacks sugar.
The Tallant is tho last vessel be
fore tho sugar tax goes into offoct.
She beats the government out of
several hundred dollars by a few
The Lehua came in this after
noon with a foreign mail from tho
On tho 20th inst. tlm An,?n
Johnson had not been sighted at
oan x ranoisco. ESlie left Jlilo on
Tho Santiago is looked for any
day this week.
A party of nino tourists returned
from tho volcano this aftornoon.
They will spond tomorrow in
visiting the celebrated Rainbow
Falls and Cocoanut Island and
othor points of intorest in and
The Hilo Hotel turtle celebrat
ed his 199th birthdnv nnnivrrnnrv
Judgo Carter and Robt. Atkin
son loft yostorday morning to
visit tho coffee plantations at
Puna, whoro tho Judgo 1ms largo
Ry tho S. S. Hawaii Mr. and
Mrs. II. Achilles and family loft
tonight to settle in Pohoiki,
whoro Mr. Achiljos will ougago in
Mr. E. E. Beuner of Castle &
Cooke is spending his vacation in
Hilo. Ho is registered at the
Prof. Reckwith is also stopping
at Hilo Hotel.
Tho sugar mills will not shut
down for two months.
Mr. Kendall pf Olaa loft to
night by the John D. Tallant, to
bo gono Bix or eight wooks. Ho
expects to go east from San Fran
cisco. The Kiuau will leavo Hilo, Wed
nesday evoniug at 8 o'olook. Sov
eral of our local school marmB,
also several Catholic Fathers will
bo among thoso on board. ,
All preparations aro complete
for our 4th of July celebration.
Tho grand stand, which is being
erected near tho Wainkoa raco
course, will bo completod in a few
Sevoral running liorsen arrived
this aftornoon to compete in the
running ovohts on the 4th. The
Homer brothers of Kukuinu sent
over their string of bang tails.
Tlio Sanahila baseball club is in
bettor condition to play ball than
the Owls woVo on June 11th, and
a good gamo is looked for. The
boys have, all got tho Charley
Horso out of their arms, and guar
uuten that they will got limit eyo
on tho hall when at hat.
Mr. J. It. Wilson will have his
tandom team and yellow dogcart
out on tho 4th. It is the nobbiest
turnout Jn Hilo.
Attorneys, judges, sheriff,
witnesses, etc., left yostorday for
Honokaa to "attend tho regular
torin of the Fourth Circuit Court.
Mr. Chas. Das Icy is in town
booming Puea building lots.
Miss Lillie Hapai returned
homo on Saturday, after an ab
sence of nearly a year.
ix the i'or,ici: comer.
A Iturkoepor IMned Tito Hundred
and I'lfty Dollur.
Judgo do la Verguo cleaned up
tho caleudar pretty well this
morning in readiness for tomor
row's holiday. ,
Five Chinese charged with as
sault and battery ploaded iiot
guilty. They wore admitted to bail
in S25 each and tho trial .sofor
H. G. Froboor, tho barkoeper of
tho Louvro Baloon, who sold liq
uor on Sunday, was lined $250
Ah Tuck pleaded guilty of hav
ing chefa tickets in his possession
and was-fined 25 and costs.
Pui Ing was tried for smoking
opium but the prosecution's case
was weak and tho defendant was
Ah Man pleaded not guilty of
having opium in possession and
his trial was set for tho 8th. So
that Ah Man could enjoy tho
Fourth of July festivities ho do
posited 100 cash bail for his ap
poarance. Nakoana, sometimes known as
William Poni and at other times
as Poniliilii, will be tried on tho
Gth for larceny in tho second de
gree. Ah Neo was found guilty of
assault and battery on another
Celestial and fined S2 and costs.
hie i.i.m: or itiakcii.
Short Itoiiln That Should Ilviio
Those Who Hnvc to .Tlurch.
Colonol McLean has promul
gated the following order detail
ing tho official route of tho pro
IlEADQUAllTEltS GllAND MaIIBHAL,
Honolulu, R. H., July 2.
Genoral Orders No. 2.
Tho official order of march will
be as follows:
Passing out of the King streot
gato of the Executive grounds,
down Merchant street to Fort, to
Hotel, to Alakeo, to Emma, to
School, to Fort, to King, to tho
By command of Colonol Mc
Lean. (Signed) Jno. SciuurEit,
Capt. and Adj't. Gen. 4th of July
soui: SIIXDIV MUSIC.
1'i'osrraiit fur lliu Afternoon Concert
at ninlteo Inland.
Tho usual Sunday aftornoou
concert will bo givon at Make'o
Island,commoncing at 3 o'clock.
Following is tho program ar
Overture- -IpblgenU , Oluck
MUerere ll Trovatoro , Verdi
Selection Murltana.. Wallace
Overture Festival Bacb
Finale Tannhauser M, Wanner
Andante Burpriie Spmphony Haydn
Selection Coronation Mcjcrbeer
ABOUT STREET LIGHTING
sci'rniNTi:NnrxT cannidy riio-
JUISES KIOMOIli: A0 LIGHTS
I'llio Wnllilhl ItmiU t lie Lighted All
i (lovpriiinotit Incniitletcpiit Lliflila
to l,e Illaponoml Willi.
In a conversation with a Bulle
tin reporter yesterday Superin
tendent Cassidy of tho Govern
ment Electric Light System said
ho had already entered upon his
duties, having severed his connec
tion with the Mutual Telophouo
Company. Questioned as to his
appointmont ho said ho had been
urged to tako his presout position
by tho Government on account of
the largo amount of improvements
contemplated in tho present sys
tem of street lighting. Following
out a statemont made to tho Sen
ate by Miuistor King during tho
recent Bession of the Legislature,
Mr. Cassidy said it was tho inten
tion of tho department to put in
about 100 new arc lights on differ
ent stroots in town, the. location
of which has not yot been deter
mined on. Tho Waikiki road,
however, will bo one, of tho first
to roceiyo attention and will pro
bably bo lighted from King streot
to tho bridge. The growing dis
tricts about Punchbowl would
also be attended to.
lIn reply to questions as to
whoro tho necessary power was
coming from Mr. Cassidy Baid
all the incandescent lights in con
nection with tho government sys
tem would at once bo cut off and
connected with the" Eloctric Light
Company's wires. This with some
contemplated improvements at
tho government works wduld fur
nish enough power for about 100
arc lights. If tho power foil short
arrangements would bo made with
tho Electric Light company to
furnish a certain number of lights.
Mr. Cassidy has also in view a
thorough overhauling of nil the
polos and wiros connected with tho
government system. His attontion
being called to a numbor which
wero abparontly in a shaky con
dition ho claimed thoy Wero not as
bad as thoy looked and could not
fall down if they tried, bfling hold
in position by the wires. Bo this
asit may, all tho poles will re
ceive a thorough inspection very
Mr. Cassidy will resido at tho
works, but his family will remain
at Waikiki for several months.
Before lotting go of Mr.Cassidy's
button holo the reporter asked
him about his successor in tho
Buporintondeucy of the Mutual
Tolophono Company. Ho said ho
had not heard anyone mentioned,
but if tho directors studied tho
interests of their patrons and tho
oompany thoy would appoint
Charles Crane to tho vacancy.
"Charley is a youug man," said
Mr. Cassidy, "but ho knows all
about tho tolophono business. Ho
has always been with mo and
knows as much about it as I do.
Ho is a good, steady, young man
and fully capable of holding tho
position and 1 hopo ho will got it.
Personally, .howovor, I know
nothing of the intontioiiB of tho
AISOCI' MCAS'.N CLOCK.
The Government Contribute Notli
I Hi; Townrds 11m Care.
An orroneotiB impression pro
vailB that Lucas Bros, receive a
monthly payment from the Gov
ernment towards tho expense of
keoping their big clock regulated
and iu proper repair. This is
not so. Tho Government has
never contributed ono nnnt to
wards it, but for about two years
it did pay about blbU a year to
wards tho expenso of koeping it
lit up at night.
In conversation with one of tlm
firm this morning a Bulletin re
porter was told that tho clock was
a source of considerable troublo
to its owuors, If at nuy time iv
happens to got a minute out o
tho way or to differ with Bomo
body's Watorbury chronometer
their telephone is kept hot with
inquiries nbout the condition of
the clock and admonitions to
keep it regulated or take it down.
Sea capthius, especially, find fault
with it, for they have beon ac
customed to look on it as
a Bccoud ship's chronome
ter, and if it is fifteen
seconds out ot tho way they.como
up and hold tho first Luca's thoy
can find personally responsible.
When tho clock stops all the mem
bers ot tho firm havo to drop any
business thoy havo in hand irt
order to dovoto all their
time and attention to answering
the question of "What is tho mat
ter with your clock?"
Seriously speaking tho clock is
a very groat public convenience,
and tho exponso of keoping it in
order, should bo borno by tho
public if not by tho government
AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE.
Agreeable Apparition on the stretln
Harry Byng, tho literary bar
ber, who will bo remembered for
his quaint proso and rhymo con
tributions to the local press a fow
years ago, as well as his excruci
atingly funny advertisemonts'stilL
preserved in scrapbooks ' bore,
joined tho steward's staff on the
Alameda at San Francisco tho
present voyage. Harry has just
returned from Scotland, in whose
city of Glasgow is a fair' load
stone that influences a magnet in
his heart. fOne must bo ljterary
in writing about a literary man.)
Harry is aching to get back to
Honolulu, saying it is his first
ohoico as a home. Ho would bo a
drawing card for any of tho
palatial barberies now establish
ed here. Harry was met on Fort
Btreot and wanted to bo rcmem
bored to all tho "boys" thoro ara
many of them gono out of tho coun
try or tho world who know gonial
Hairy Byng. Ho bogged an old
Bulletin friend not to say much
about him ouly just that ho was
taking a birdsoyo viow of Hono
lulu. But it was a sight for soro
oyes and a relief for a head grow
ing bald to seo Harry Byng again
on tho streets. of this fair burg.
iimi ,.i- m o m i.,M
lO.IIOKItOYV.S BOAT KACES.
I.Ut ortlieiltcnlitiil ii ml .M rlli- Crci -t.'ooil
Both tho Myrtlo and Healani
clubs have entered crows for tho
six-oared sliding soat raco which
comes -off at (5 o'clock tomorrow.'
morning. The Hoalanis will row
in the Carl W. with tho following
crow: George Ross, Jas. Lloyd,
W. Jarrott, 0. Murray, Fred. Da
mon, Henry Williams and A, S.
Proscott, coxswnin, with K. It.
Porter and C. L. Crabbo as sub
stitutes. Tho Myrtle's will try to win in
tho Myrtlo with a crew consisting
of Olaf Sorenson, H. Giles, Geo.
Angus, W. Thrum, Percy Lish
man, O. Crano and A. Giles, cox
Bwain. Tho substitutes will bo
Ruby Doxtor and S. Johnson.
At 7 o'clock tho whaloboat raco
will come off, At 2 p. m. today
thoro wero ouly two entries for
tho race, tho pilots' crow and tho"
boat boys, but tho polico and pri
son guards' crows will undoubted
ly bo in tho raco.
"Tho way of tho transgressor
is hard," but tho man who drinks
plenty of Seattlo boor at tho CritQT
rion will loao nil deBiro to trans
gress tho laws.
To bo sold at cost. To close
( up consignment: ....
Roducod From ,
9I10.00 to S7Q.OQ,
To make quick Bale,
Wall, Nichols Co.
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