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Vol. 1. No. 349.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day excopt Sunday lit
609 King Street, Honolulu, II. 1.
Per Month, nnywbero In the Tin-
wailan Islands & 7
Per Year. 00
For Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnynblo Invariably In Advanoo.
Tolophono 250. V. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Irritating and Disfiguring
On the Face, Cured by
Remarkable Experience of Miss Dorothy
Mahcr, Fltzroy, Victoria, whose portrait
wo are privileged to give bolow:
"I tako pleasure in testifying to
tbo great benetlt I derived from
Ajer's Sarsaparill.i. I suffered
from eruptions on my face of a very
irritating and exatious nature.
For a considerable time I experi
mented with various so-called blood
medicines, but without any allevia
tion of my trouble. At last, your
famous Sarsaparill.i being strongly
reconuuended to me, I began to use
it, and after taking two bottles it
Wii3 most gratifying to see and feel
the effect in allnjing tho irritation
and reducing tho eruptions. When
I had used thrco bottles the crup
tlwis disappeared altogether, with
out leaving a mark on my face, and
I havo never been troubled with
anything of tho kind since."
2M Kcdali at tho Wtrlil't Chief Exposition.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agonts for tho Republics ot Hawaii.
Xotico is horoby given that tho
undersigned Jmvt on tho 25th day
of Juno, A. D. 1890, purchased
from Messrs. Wong Ohoug and
Ng Gang, Assignees of tho estato
of Ting S.ingTVai Co., a bank
rupt of TVnilu.ii, Island of Kauai,
H. I., all Iojsop, buildings, horsos,
oxon, pigs, fowls, tools, imple
ments and everything connected
with the nbovo named Ting dang
TVai Co. "Rico Plantation.
Dated at Honolulu, Juuo 21th,
OHEONG HUNG TVAI CO.
Eleotion of Officers:
AT A MEETING. OP Till! STOCK
holders ot the Mnknlm CoiTeo Company,
held July 0, 180J, the following olUcors
I'lesidcnt W II Iloogs
Vico-Presideut t.V 1J McStockor
Treasurer. J A Low
Secretary J S Walker
Auditor. WQ Ashley
Board of Directors V II IIoorb, 1? I)
MoStookor, J A Low, J S Walkor, W O
Ashloy and Frank Iluetace,
J. B. WALKER,
PARTIES REQUIRING PUltC
Italian Bees or Queens
C&. Apply to
322-lm Fprt street.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nu mi nu streets, lodging by
day,, wook or month. Terms: 25
nnd ' 50 cents per night $1, nnd
$1.25 nor week.
WHO- OWNS THE SPRAY?
mom; .uiorr cm: nsvi:ntoim
vttva&rj v tiht vissm,.
CisrtU JoxUdrs riiat Viitlortrnntl nud
itlurriiw tturo LouJiliiir for I'lncut
to I.nml Troop nnd Arum.
In tho District Court this morn
ing tho trial of Patrick Curtis for
lnrcony in tho first degree by un
lawfully mid feloniously stenling,
taking and carrying away ono
mainsail, two jibs, ono topsail,
ono spinnaker and ono padlook
and stnplo, tho snmo being part
of" the apparel and furuituro of
tho sloop Spray, and alleged to
bo tho property of. TV. P. Morrow
and of tho value of $200, was
The dofendnut pleads not guilty
and admits thnj, tho sails and
other property produced iu court
are part of tho equipmont of tho
Spray and that ho took them from
TV. P. Morrow, sworn for tho
prosecution, testified: Know tho
sloop Spray. I own her. Bought
her from Dr. Underwood. On
July 3d, -1th and 5th she was my
proporty. Was on board on those
daya. Havo owned tho vessel
since May 27th. Tho mainsail
and jib woro bent but tho other
sails were down in the cabin. On
tho afternoon of the 3d started to
go on board and found Curtis and
his wifo thore. lie was
armed with a hatchet and
warned mo not to go on board.
Ho was unbending tho mainsail.
Did not go on board but went to
the police station to get out a
warrant. Did not got one. Weut
to boat landing, found tho main
sail there an(l took it homo. On
tho ovoniug of tho 3d tho cabin
had been broken open. Tho lock
belonged to tho vessol and I had
tho key. Tho value of tho articles
taken, was about two hundred
dollars. Tho lock was worth $1.50.
TVhen I bought tho sloop Dr. Un
derwood gave me tho keys.
Cross examination Bought tho
Bloop on May 27th. Tho prico
wus in tho neighborhood of $-100.
TVe had money transactions so we
made tho consideration $10. Ho
owed mo othor money. I loaned
him this $10. Loaned Dr. Under
wood somothing like $100 nnd
took a bill of salo of tho boat.
Did not know tho bill of eulo to
Dr. Underwood was in tho nature
of a chattel mortgage. Curtis did
not toll mo it was a mortgage. Ho
said ho had some kind of a claim
and asked mo to givo up the key
several times. Underwood said
sho was clear.
Dr. Underwood, sworn for tho
proseoution, testified: I at ono
timo owned tho Spray. Bought
her from TV. L. TVilcox and also
got othor papers belonging to the
vessel, threo bills of sale. Took
possession at that timo. On May
27th sold her to Morrow. Ho
took possession. Had now gaff
topsail raado at expense of $10.
It was in the cabin, which was
locked. Havo used tho vessel
onco in a whilo for a oruiso.
Cross-examination Tho money
was paid TVilcox iu my presonco.
Never borrowed any money from
Curtis. Tho bill of sale from
TVilcox to mo I can't say what
it was. It was not in tho nature
of a mortgage. Never said to
TVilcox or to Curtis it was a
In his own dofonso Patriok--Curtis
tostifiod: Know Under
wood and Morrow. Underwood
got a bill of sale or tho Spray.
Underwood and Morrow said to
mo thoy wanted to got the Spray
and cruiso around tho islands and
select placos to land troops
and arms. I borrowed money
from TVilcox and gave Underwood
four $10 gold pieces. Thoy got
money at last and paid TVilcox.
They said they would fix tho boat,
cruiso around tho islands and
then givo mo tho boat back again.
TVo Btartod on tho oruiso and had
to como back. Thon wo started
for French Frigate shoals. She
leaked and wo carao back. I
thon domandod tho .koyti of tho
boat. The agrootuent was they
wore to have tho uso of her for
six weeks. They gave up tho
cruiso so I domandod tho posses
sion of tho boat which was re
fused. I waited a whilo and thon
took possession of tho boat bo
caiiBo I considered thoy no longer
had any right to uso her. Sho is
my property and I took posses
sion. I wont on her each time
.they took a cruiso tin ownor. I
do not owo oither Underwood or
Continued till 1:30 p. m.
Curtis was represented by A.
S- Humphreys and Uuderwood
and Morrow by Creighton &
At 1:30 tho case was postponed
till tomorrow morning on account
of civil business.
NEARLY AT AX K.N'O.
C'lono ori'lnlicr'n Art Exhibition ntth
l'acino Ilnrdnnre Co.'h Art Rooms.
The last days of tho exhibition
of Hugo Fisher's grand and beau
tiful pictures aro drawing to a
closo. It is safo to say that a
couplo of thousand of tho host
judges of true art in Honolulu
havo visited tho exhibition rooms
of the Pacific Hardware Company
during the past two weeks, view
ing the lovoly paintings which
aro thoro displayed. Many of
thoso works havo already boon
sold, but thoro still remain num
ber of tho very best It is an
opportunity seldom to bo met
with, this chanco to Beeuro the
specimens cf a truly lirst-rate
painter at first hand.
Ever since ho was sixteen years
of ago Mr. Fisher has produced
works which havo mot with an
immediate salo. No ono donics
tho fact that his capabilities aro
of tho first ordor and that his
taBto is oxquisito. Dash, vim
and color aro judiciously
displayed in all his mountain
views, whilo tho quiet of pastoral
life is as accurately shown in thoso
of tamor scenery. Observe tho
tenso muscles of tho hunting dogs
in tho two or throo scones uepict
iug thoso animals, on tho qui vivo
for tho discovered game. Again,
tho tranquil, silent marsh and
moor, whoro wild fowl sport and
sluggish waters flow, secure from
tho oustlo of tho aotivo world
around. Tho cool, groon forest,
tho raagnificont distances of moun
tain scenery, tho lazy summer air
of warm, mollow plain and valley,
all aro portrayed graphically to
Kxcoldlor I.odxe Nu. 1, I. o. u. I'.,
Iimtnla IIh Xoti Onicur.
District Deputy Graud Siro L.
L. La Piorro, assisted by Past
Grands D. P. Lawrence, TV. O.
Atwator.TV. O. Parke, J. J. Leckor
and G. A. Turner installed tho
nowly olocted and appointed olli
cors of Excelsior Lodge No. 1,
I. O. O. F., as follows:
L. TV. Hough, N. G.
TV. J. TVhito, V. G.
Dr. K. P. Myers, TV.
L. L. La Piorro, S.
A. K. TVoir, T.
TV. D. Alexander Jr., C.
TV. O. Parko, It. S. N. G?'
J. J. Leckor, L. S. N. G.
C. D. Crano, It. S. V. G.
F. TV. Wood, L. S. V. G.
M. N. Kennedy, I. G.
Itev. Alex. Mackintosh, O.
Tho installation ceremonies woro
impressive and interesting and
occupied tho lodco until a latn
hour. Thoro was a largo attend
ance ot members anil visiting
Tho statement is made that no
Erizos were awarded to tho Firo
epartmout display in tho parade
on tho Fourth for tho reason that
tho Gonoral Committee appropri
ated $50 toward decorating tho
Ilookano was found guilty of
assault and battory, in Judge
Wilcox's court this morning, aud
assessed $2 nnd costs.
iiitir.i.ii.r hi::ei'tion' on iioahi
K. M. MVtllA.
IrrornlliMiN itf lturc Itrnitlr Xnvnl
(Jiiiroiiiio of llirce Xiilliiiit on I
UrcU JJlioIr mill I'i iihiIii.
Honolulu is the dobtor this
time. With all tho Hawaiian
capital's reputation for hospitality,
tho Ernpiro of Austro-Hungary
has in railed thopresorvo aud car
ried .oiF tho laurels for that virttlo.
Captain Spioller of His Majesty
FrnnciB Joseph's ship Saida and
officers, not having tho fear of the
Monroo doctiiuo beforo their oyes
at least as regards that touch of
nature that makes tho whole world
kin bethought them that before
their brief stay at this port ended
thoy Bhould givoHonolulu society
a taste of tho princoly hospitality
from tho. auciont days of the Old
World, when people of this rush
ing ago supposo thoso of that day
had nothing olso to do than oat,
drink and bo morry. According
ly, although thoy considered it as
playing tho invitations a triilo ab
ruptly as to time, thoy solicited tho
aid of their Consulate for tho dis
tribution of cards a, an early
hour yestorday morning. Hono
lulu is nothing if not modorn,
howovor, aud foreign consulates,
if thoy would preserve comity
with this queou of tho Pacific,
must get ou Hio car of progress
and rulo with tho procession.
Therefore the Austrian Consulate,
presided over by Mr. J. F. Hack
fold, utilized that most handy fin
do sieclo sliwo, tho telophouo, and
invited all Honolulu quicker than
Mercury could have dono with
wings on all his toes as well as on
" The response was all that could
havo been dcdired. Anything
more general would havo required
a squadron of this particular
member of tho Droibuud to ac
commodate. Tho decks woro
crowded with tho manhood, gravo
and gay, and tho beauty of this
fair city of tho soa. And thoy
never have had a moro brilliant
welcome The gallant ship was
transformed into nu olysium of
tropical vorduro and bloom, re
lieved in what would olso havo
been too unmaritimo splendor by
an artistic concomitant of univer
sal colors such as could not bo
surpassed by a committee of nil
thoworld's navies. "Flags of nil
nations" is n conventional phrase
roportorially applied to a display
of whatever is handy in national
bunting, but in tho case of tho
Saida's decorations on this occa
sion it was suroly a rulo without
any oxcoption roquired to provo it.
In tho middle of tho deck was a
garden, its center pioco being tho
Blip's initial "S" in red carna
tions. A fountain shed a cooling
spray ovor tho improvisod lawn
and banks of ferns and fiowor
An awning of sails over tho
main deck covored such a congo
ries of colors as never has been
surpassed in this mooting placo of
all nations. First of all must bo
mentioned a maguificont imporial
standard of Austro-Hungary.
This wns placed at tho hoad of tho
ballroom, as ono would Bay in
torpsichorean parlance, nnd ut
ouco riveted tho oyo of the guest
coming over tho top of tho richly
carpeted gangway. Tho opposite
end was screened chiolly with the
grand whito elephant of Siam.
Near this splendid beast wiib tho
defiant lion of Persia, holding in
its paw tlio sword ot auciont re
nown, wiin a punuurs: connocun
mn.no nnd tail. Amidst n. wnnlt
of western hemisphere symbolism
ovornoaci, ono ot tno prottiost al
though wonderfully commonplace
flags was that of Bolivia, its om
blemB being n park of cannon
aud a trooping of its own Hags,
surmounted with a tobacco plant
topped with a liberty cap.
Dancing began soon after four
o'clock. It ended in the vicinity
of midnight. Delightful music
for it was furnished by tho ship's
band and Kawaihau Quintette
Club,which, by tho way, contem
poraries persist in calling the
" Knwaiahao," although it has no
connection with either the church
or seminary of that name.
Our reporter not being a musical
critic, although knowing when
music pleases liiin, was entranced
by tho playing of the Austiian
musicians but would be half afraid
to praise them had not Professor
Borgor exploted tho comment in
his oar, "That is grand!" Thoy
played several national airs be
tween times, including " Hail
Columbia" and "Hawaii Ponoi,"
and the famous "Prayor boforo
tho battle,'' composed by Koornor,
a Prussian officer, boforo tho bat
tle of Loipsio in 1813. Tho
nativo boys sang their rollicking
songs along with their instrumen
tation, to the iutonso gratification
of tho foreigners. Uniforms of
throo distinct national navies
mingling with the gouorally white
drosses of tho fair guests and tho
sober apparel of the civilian
stornor box mado up a scono of
On tho second deck a fiuo ban
quet was laid out, sorved to
groups containing ladies at tete-a-teto
aud messroom tables dis
tributed around. Thoro woro raro
salads, caviar sandwiches, fish,
flesh aud fowl dishes, of tho fiHost
continental cuisino, whilo Bava
rian and bock boor and chain
pagno wiue, together with tea and
coifee, woro on hand in unlimited
supply. Tho officors of tho ship
woro untiring in their atton'tions
to tho guests, not ouly in tho hos
pitalities of tho tablo but in show
ing everybody bo inolined all the
principal equipments of tho ship.
These-, though tho Saida is old
fashioned herself, are of tho most
modorn description. Thoy in
cludo two powerful search lights,
an ice-making plant, elootrio ap
pliances, etc. The ladies appear
ed to bo immensely pleased with
tho gallant domcanor and polite
ways of tho oillcors, many of
.whom speak English intently and
about all to an uudorstandablo
Among those prosout woro Mr.
and Mrs. Suhr, F. A. Schaofer,
Italian Consul; II. Focko, Belgian
Consul: Mr. and Mrs. H. H. ltou-
jos, Mrs. J. S. McGrow, Mr. audi
Mrs. 11. W. Schmidt, C. Schmidt
Weight, Consul for Norway
and Swedon; Mrs. Paul Neumann,
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. ltoth, Dr. and
Mrs. Winslow Audersou, Mrs. O.
M. Shortridgo and Miss Short
ridgo of San Francisco, Mrs. Lan
sing, Mrs. Cuuha, Mrs. Winter,
Mrs. Krueger, Dr. and Mrs. Al
varez, Mrs. N. B. Einersou, Missos
Kato McGrow, Annie Paty, Nollio
Kitchen, Zoe Atkinson, Millard,
McDonald, Juanita Hassingor,
Grace Itoborrtson, ltoso ltoth,
Harriot Lewis, Grace King, Porry,
Scott (2), Afong (3), Ladd (2),
Walkor (2), Grau,Ward(2), ltoso
Cuuha, Captain Pigman aud Offi
cers of tho U. S. S. Adams, Cap
tain Pozo and Officors of tho
Mexican corvette Zaragoza, Prof.
Borger, Messrs. Wolters, Grau,
Schultzo, Anhagon, Oscar Horold,
Dr.Surmann, Hollander, George
Paris, TV. Schmidt, representa
tives of tho Advertiser and Bulle
tin, and a largo numbor of othors.
Mr. Hackfold, tho Austrian con
sul, was kopt homo by indisposi
tion, but Bovoral attaches of his
commercial houso presowtod tho
guests to tho officers and otherwise
assisted at tho rocoption.
I'ii In t In IIh Xiiiiiv.
Climate of ovqry variety oxorts
a different iniliionco on tho do
sires of mankind for a stimulant.
In colder zones bevorages of groat
alcoholic strdngth nro used to a
vory much larger dogroo than iu
the tropics. Boor is best suited
to our climate nnd nono found iu
tho market is bettor than that
bearing tho brand of "Pabst,
Milwaukee." It is browod from
tho host of malt and hops nnd is
a groat thirst quencher aud invi
gorator and stimulates tho norvos
and muscles. At tho Royal, Cos
mopolitan and Pacific saloons it
may bo found, cold and pure. In
terchangeable cheoks aro issued
which may bo used at any of tho
SALE OF WAIKIKI LOTS
J. I'. .UOIMJA.VN AUC'IIOX wi:li.
atti:ndi:i this iuoiinino.
I'rlcea Ueullxoil hihI Hie
II Wnlil -Snlo nf M mi oh
Tho auction salo of lots on tho
old Macfarlano turkoy ranch on
tho TVaikiki road camo off today
at Morgan's miction rooms. The
salo of Manoa lots also advertised
to tnko place at tho Baiuo timo was
postponed. Auctioneer Morgan
wielded tho hatnnior and under hie
persuasive oloquonco fairly good
prices woro realized. All tho lots
woro sold except ono small strip
and ono fish pond.
Tho bidding started in on Lot
No. 1 ou the corner of tho TVaiki
ki and Kalia roads, which was
finally knocked down to Fred
Harrison for $380. Tho same bid
dor Becured the adjoining lot on
tho TVaikiki road for $305. M. M.
Manuel paid $800 for lots 21 and
22. Taken altogether tho salii
was a very successful one.
Following is a complete list of '
tho lots sold, purchasers nnd prices'
ox the kalia hoad. -
Lot l'nrchuser l'rico
1 Fred. Harrison $380 00
2 " " 305 00
3 TV,. H.Hoogs s 377 50
4 " v " " 377 50
5 Mrs. ltoe ' . 310 00
G " " .."?... 300 00
7 Jam 08 Powoll 325 00
8 Lau Yin .:.... 325 00
9 " " 325 00
10 " " 325 00
11 Wong Ohoo 200 00
12 " " 250 00
12 TV. H. Hoogs 170 00
ON THE WAIKIKI HOAD.
Lot i'nrehnscr Price'-
2 J. A. Mngoon $305 00
3 J. A.LoGros 280 00
1 " " 330 00
5 F. Leslie 310 00
8 " " 350 00
10 J. F. Bowlor 335 00
11 " " 350 00
11 Wong Wa Hoy 330 00
15 " " " 330 00
17 TV. O.Achi 320 00
18 " " 320 00
21 M. M. Manuol 400 00
22 M. M. Manuol 400 00
19 F. Hustaco 350 00
20 F. Hustaco 350 00
9 J. F. Bowlor." 335 00
13 J. F. Bowler 250 00
12 Spillnor 250 00
G TV. O.Achi 200 00
10 F. Hustaco 230 00
15 J. M. McChosnoy. . . . S23 OC
U J. M. McChesuey .... 280 00
Messrs. Powoll, Lo Gros and
Mrs. Boo havo announced their
intention of building at onco on
their nowly acquired properties.
Tho two last lota aro occupied
by fishponds with' some vacant
Ilacterlologlcal Experiment n.
Ton boys, who woro selected
during tho recont official visit o
tho Board of Health to tho lopec,
Bottlemont nt Molokai as fit subv
joots for bacteriological experi
ments, havo beon sent for and aro '
expected to arrivo on tho next trip
of tho Mokolii. Thoy will bo
placed at tho Kalihi station whoro
Dr. Alvarez will experiment on
tho bacteria of loprosy.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dental
offico Cottago No. 100, Alu':ea
street, tolophono No. 015. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Soattlo beor is tho propor food
for old and young. It rostores
tho elasticity and bloom of youth
to tho aged aud infirm, and will
euro consumption, if you tako
City Carriago Co.. J. S, And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horse and ciro
ful driver ring up Tolophono 113,
corner of Fort and .Merchant
itreeb Hack at all hours.
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