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Vol. 1. No. 351.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1896.
PltlOE 5 ClNTS.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day oxcopt Sunday at
COO KIng.Strcot, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, anywhere In tbo Ha
waiian Islands $ K
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Cauaun,'or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Payable Invariably In Advanoo.
Tolophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
.Mndo Ilor Llfo Mlnornulc, but Slio Ja
Zlead tlio testimony of 91m. E. CI.
Jlonro, Colmrjr, Victoria, wbute por
Iralt Is olio nlveii:
"Some few years ago I suffered
terribly with indigestion aim Rep
eral debility. I could not bleep,
and iriy condition was sueh as to
make my lifo miserable. Nono ot
tbo many remedies 1 tried did me
any pood, and I dospatted of ever
getting better. Onoof my friend 4
told mo of tbo blnod-purifjing mid
strength-giving properties nf Ayer'b
Sarsaparlllu, and I began taking it.
Uefiiro 1 had finished Hie first bottle
1 felt belter, find was .huj encoiir.
aged to give tlic nicdlclno a thorough
trial. In all I used four bottles,
and then was ieifectly cured of the
grievous trouble which had afflicted
mo. I now neoinmend, to anjono
suffering as J did.
fl a Srlemlld Herva and Blood Medicine.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bala Agents for tbo, Republic of Hawaii.
Notico is hereby given that the.
undeisigned have on the 25lh day
of Junq, A. D. 1890, purchased
from Messrs. "Wong Ohong and
Ng Gang, Assignees of the estate
of Ting Sunp; "NYni Co., fa bank
rupt of Wuilun, Island of Kauai,
H. I., all lcasos, buildings, horses,
oxen, pigs, fowls, tools, imple
ments and everything connected
with the ubovo named TiDg dang
Wai Co. Rico Plantation.
Dated at Honolulu, Juno 21th.
GIIEONG HUNG WAI CO.
505 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
To bo sold at cost. To close
up couHiguments ....
IIO.OO to 1976.00,
To ninko quick sale.
Wall, Nichols Co.
LATEST FOREICN NEWS
nti:?m:)i ;,novas nay sonniK-
MOX lIIU'Olli: CONCINSIUN.
"rofrrcw of tlio Presidential CnnipnlKH
Cmmdtuii I.lberul Mill Socle Anicr
Icmi Jtcclproctty Plucky (.'retail.
The1 Vnndorbuilt-Wilson wed
ding 1ms beon Bet for the 7th
Mormons uro making converts
in NewYork and Bonding them to
Work at Mare Island nnvy yard
is to bo resumed at once. Sovon
vessels await overhauling of en
gines and boilers.
Settlers at the big bond of tho
Pitt river, GO miles From Bedding,
Cal., aro alarmed over a threaten
ed Indian outbreak.
Eiloy Grannan, tho famous turf
plunger, made 30,000 by Feop-o'-day's
beating of nine horses at
Sheepshoad Bay, N. Y.
Now it is reported that a will
of tho late James G. Fair is in
tho possession of Chief Justice
Djvio of British Columbia.
Tlio sealing schooner Sitka of
Yakutat was boarded by officers
of tho Rush and lost fifteen skins
for failure to produco a special
sealing liceuso ilng.
Work is shortly to begin on tho
construction of immense fortifica
tions for New York. Those at
Fort Wadsworth and Sandy Hook
will cost 810,000,000, but they will
only be a beginning. When all
the plnns nro carried out tho cost
will be $50,000,000.
A largo deputation of prominent
American manufacturers left New
York by tho steamer St. Paul for
England, their ultiranto destina
tion being South America, and
their errand tho promotion of
trodobotweon tho United States
and South American countrios.
Tho comparative statomont of
tho Government receipts and ex
penditures issued by tho Treasury
Bhows tho total receipts from all
sourcos during tho fiscal year just
closed to have boon 320,189,220
and tho expenditures $352,231,470,
whioh leaves a doficit for tho voar
Non-union workmen at Cleve
land, O., havo armed protection in
going to and from work. In a
conflict between special police
and a mob ono man was fatally
and several soverely injured.
Thoro was an exchaugo of 200
shots at tho Berea quarries and
several wore wounded.
Chauncoy M. Depew sailed on
the St. Paul for Europe. He will
be gouo nino wooks. During his
stay in Europe Mr. Depew will
make a study of tho bimetallic
question from a transatlantic point
of viow. He will gather tho views
of European financiers upon tho
possible consequences of Bilver
free coinage in tho United States.
Tho rosults of his observations
will bo utilized on his return in
his speeches during tho Itopubli
Gold men will make a fight to
defeat silver at Chicago.
Senator Tellor, tho lending sil
ver bolter from tho Republican
convention, was greeted by an im
mense popular demonstration on
arriving at Denver.
Grand Mastor Sovereign of the
Knights of Labor was mingling
with tho Democratic politicians at
tho Palmer House. Ho is opposed
to tho gold standard, and says if
the Democrats nominato a man
accoptablo to tho financial ques
tion ho will havo his Bupport. Ho
considers Tellor tho most availa
ble and acceptable candidate, but
saysif tho Democrats refuso to go
outsido their own party for a can
didate, Goyernor Boies is tho pre
ferable man. Ho contradicts tho
report thnt tho Iowa candidate is
antagonistic to labor interosts.
Governor Altgeld of Illinois,
Senators Jones of Arkansas,
Turpio of Indiana and Daniel of
Virginia and Govornor Stono ot
Missouri, went as a sub-commit-too
of tho Bimetallic Loaguo be
foro tho oxcoutivo committeo of
tho Democratic National Comit
teo, at Chicago on July 1.
to request that a pronounced gold
standard mnu should not bo
put forward for chairman of tho
national convention. They got
no satisfaction and when they
returned to report fo tho Loague a
tempest was created. It was de
termined that tho silvor mou
should not yiqld ono inch of
ground, but claim everything in
sight, thus completing tho dis
comfituro of tho gold mou. It
was also ngreed to "turn down"
tho nomiueo of tho National
Committee for temporary chair
man and substitute an out and
out Bilvor man in his placo.
A Populist loader says his party
has moro votes for silver than any
othor party and could not ondorso
any Democrat for President.
DEATH OP HAllKILT BECCIIER STOWE.
Mrs. Harriet Beochor Stowo.
nuthor of " Undo Tom's Cabin,"
tlieu peacefully as if falling aBleop,
in prosenco of membors of tho
family, at Hartford on July 1.
Sho was bom at Litchfield. Coun..
on Juno 14, 1812, consequently
was o-i years ot age. Mrs. Stowo
wroto "Undo Tom's Cabin," which
proved a noworful factor in tho
anti-slavery cause, from the midst
Ul UUI1IU01IU UUUUS 111 J.OUJ. auu
1852. It was first publishod as a
serial in tho National Era, an
anti-slavorv maerazinn. and tho
author was paid $300 for it
oy tlio publisiior. Later a roy
alty of 10 por cont. was accepted
from a Boston publisher, aud
500.000 copies of the book wore
sold in fivo yenrs. Por
tho last few years Mrs. Stowo's
mind had beon clouded. Tho ven
erable Mrs. Henry Ward Beechor
wroto an nffoctionate tributo to tho
memory of her Bister-in-law upon
hearing of her death. Mrs. Stowo
loavos a son, Bev. Charles E.
Stowo, and twin daughters, Miss
Harriot and MiBs Eliza T. Stowe.
She is als"o survived by tho follow
ing sisters aud brothers: Mrs.
Mary Poote Perkins of Hartford,
aged 90 years; Bev. Charles
Boecher of Goorgotown, Mass.,
Mrs. Isabella Beochor Hooker of
Hartford and tho Bev. Thomas
K. Boecher of Elmirn, N. Y.
Tho agricultural rating bill
passed its third reading in tho
British House of Commons by a
vote of 202 to 140.
It has boon discovered that
thero aro a hundred lepers in
Paris. Dr. Ouffo claims td havo
cured sovoro cases of tho disease,
alsoto havo discovered tho bacil
lus in the blood.
The bill to legalize marriago
with a deceased wife's sister has
passed the House of Lords. It
had boon ineffectun.llv nrPHnnfnrl
in tho Lords every year for a long
timo past. The Priuco of Wales
not only attended to vote, but
lobbied among tho Peers in bohalf
of tho bill.
Li Hung Chang, Viceroy of
China, has had tho bullet in his
head, sent thero by n Japaneso
aBsaesin, located by tho X ray.
Ho is going to mako a longor stay
in Europo than was anticipated,
and will uotviBit the United States
until President Olevolaud returns
to tho White Houso in tho autumn.
The Viceroy has a letter from tlio
Emperor to tho President, which
ho desires to dolivor in person.
Tho Dutch have won a battle
with tho Achinese in tho Easl
China has settled claims on ac
count of tho Vegetarian riots last
year. American missionaries cot
Premier Laurior of Cauada is
likoly to bo knighted by tho Queen
before ho meets parliament in his
British Columbians will send a
monBter petition to tho Dominion
Government, asking to havo tho
head tax on Ohinoso raised from
$50 to $500.
Continued on lfth Page.
I0LANI SCHOOL SPORTS
PKOUItAM OP Yr.Nri:lllAY'.S CLOS
Distribution of Sctiuul Vrtrrt to Sue
cr.Kliil I'iijiIL-I.I.I olMthlullo
Snrt mid Winner.
Tho closing exercises of tho
Iolaui School took placo yester
day afternoon, followed by tho
usual athlotia sports, in tho pros
fiit'o of a largo number of parents
of tho pupils and friends of tho
Following aro tho programs of
both evonts, togothor with tho
namos of those who obtained
prizes for excellence of scholastic
attainments and general good con
duct during tlio year and tho
names of tho uiniiois in tho
Clionw Tlio Lnrk Sllclier
Iteiltatlou Warrior of the Sea
Hccltatlon A Sclioolboi'i Complaint
Chorus (latlivr Your Kojubude
ltc-cltatlon Tlio Arab' Farewell to lilt Steed
HecltutIo;i Excelsior Longfellow
Hccltatlon Destruction of Sennacherib....
Infant Sotiijs Sing a Song of Sixpence
Ktcltatton Mr Nobody
1) White, V MalMulu, (1 Hiker. M An-
Chorus Let tho Smiles of Youth
l'rosc Hccltatlon Character of Napoleon
Hccltatlon Schoolboy mid Orchard. .Cowper
E V llatllcld.
Chorus Bright aro thu Glories ..S Webbo
Hccltatlon Uaeablnucn Mrs Mcmans
Eccltatton Illngen on tho Hblnc.Mrs Norton
Chorus While Gladness Halls.. .' Calcott
SceneFrom Kliur.Tohn Sh.ikcspe.iro
A Kaulukuti, K1n; John; V I.tnkci,
Hubert: A May, Arthur.
Chorus Ilomu Seet Homo
Distribution of I'rbc.
Han all 1'onol.
1st Omss Year's Murks A.
Kaulukou, 2nd, A. May. English
Subjects A. May, A. Kaulukou,
equal. . Mathomatics Ah Loong,
2nd, T. Ah Chong. Religious
Knowledge Ah Looug.
1st ClasB, 2nd Division Arith
metic Edward Ah Yin. English
Subjects Joseph Aea. Religious
Knowledge James Whito, John
S. Smithios, equal.
2nd Class Year's Marks E.P.
Hatfield. Aritlnhotic J. D. Ai
moku. Composition 0. F. Jon
kens. 3rd Cinss Year's Marks Mak
Fui On, 2nd, Hugo Koolling.
Examination Hugo Koolling,
2nd, Mak Fui On. 2nd in Eng
lish Ah Sin.
4th Oluss Year's Marks Man
uel Anderson, Georgo W. Bokor.
Examination Georgo W. Baker,
General Prizes Conduct: Jos.
Aea, John Bolstor, Albert Kin.
Drawing: Mong Wn. Map Draw
ing: An Sang.
LIST Or Sl'OHTS.
1 100 yards dash (boys under
12), prizo money. -Won by M.
AndorsQii, G. Baker second.
Time 15 seconds.
2. 100 yards dash (boys over
14), prize gold medal. This raco
was run over three times by A.
Kaulukou aud F. Iaukon, ench
timo resulting in a dead hent.
Tho raco. was thoroforo declared
oil' and tho modal hold for next
3 Slow boys raco, (money
prize.) Won by Ah On with J.
Aea a closo second. Timo 15J
4. 50 yards raco (small boys).
Prizo, blocks. Won by Fritz
Koolling, with B. Nott, second.
Timo 8J sec.
5. Running High Jump. Prizo
dozen Silk Hanks. This raco
was a tio between J. S. Smithies
and Ah Sang. Height 4.7 foot.
0. SaokRaco. Prize Bat aud
Ball. Won by J. S. Smithies. T.
7. 200 yards dash (boys under
14). Won by J. Whito. H.Hart
second. Timo 30J sec. Prizo
Neckties aud Case.
8. Putting lGlb. Shot. Prizo,
pouknifo. Won by A. Kaulukou,
F. Iaukoa, second. Distance 2G
foot 9 inches.
9. Running Brood Jump. Prize,
Bilver medal. Won by A. Ka
ulukou, J. S. Smithies, second.
Distance 1G.G foot.
10. Boot and Shoo Race. Monoy
prizo. Won by J. S. Smithies, J.
11. Threo-logged Race. Monoy
prize. J. Bolstor and A. Kia,
first; Jas. Whito and A. May, sec
ond. 12. Wheelbarrow Raco. Money
prizo. A. Kaulukou and A. May,
lirst; J. Bolstor and J. Nott, sec
ond, I . !
Nuclnty i:vcii't at tlio Hopper Ulniiilnn
Willard E. Brown, an omployo
of tho Hawniian Safo Deposit
Company, was married last even
ing to Miss Ellon Hopper, daugh
ter of J. A. Hopper, at the rosi
denco of tho brido's parents. Tho
coromony was performed by Rov.
D. P. Birnip in tho presenco of
tho immediato members of tho
family. Miss Harriot Lowers was
bridesmaid and" Wallaco It. Fnr
rington best man. Master James
and Miss Margarot Peterson woro
tho bride's attendants.
A reception followed, which was
very largely attended by tho olito
of Honolulu society. Among
those who woro present woro Mrs.
Dolo, Ministor and Mrs. Cooper,
Ministor and Mrs. Damon, Chief
Justico and Mrs. Judd, Mr. and
Mrs. W. G. Irwin, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Bolto, and betweou two and
three hundred others. Tho houso
was beautifully decorated for tho
occasion with a profusion of
ilowors and potted plants, whilo
tho grounds wcro illuminated
with colored electric lights. Tho
presonts woro both numorous and
boautiful, comprising many use
ful and ornamental articles which
nearly filled ono of tho large
rooms of tho mansion.
The newly married couplo will
resido at Waikiki for tho present.
NPKfiAi, .mi;iiokiai, si:itvici:.
Ill Jtluinory oT Count Volt llotit Who
Illvd Hero In 1H71.
Spocial memorial services woro
held at tho Catholic cathediul at
8 o'clock this raomiug in momory
of Count von Boust, a young
Austrinn naval officer who
committed suicide hero in 1871,
during tho stay of the Austrian
war vessel Donan, which put into
this port for repairs and mado a
stuy of nearly a year. Tho young
count was a son of ouo of Em
peror Joseph's most favored min
isters and his rash act was tho oc
casion of much regret.
Today was tho 25th anniversary
of his death and tho occasion was
appropriately remembered by tho
oilicors of tho Saida by tho cele
bration of a special mass for tho
roposo of tho soul of tho dead at
tho cathedral. About ten of tho
oilicors and a dotachmont of thirty
sailors from the Saida woro pro
sont, besides a largo number of
othois. Tho music, which was
roudored by a baud ot seven
pieces from tho vossol, was ex
m m m
Tomorrow' Hull (Initio.
Following is a list of thoao who
will play in tomorrow's gamo of
Honolulu Positions Stahs
D. Dayton o. II. Wildor
G. Clarko p. L. Hart
II. Wodohouso v lb. 0. Willis
W. Lucas 2b. O. Conradt
J. Lomon 3b. P. Lishmau
J. H. Low b. s. W. Wildor
O. Holt l..f. S. Woods
Cupid c. f. D. Ross
E. Ilolt r. f. T. Pryco
Coachors W. H. Charlook and
An importnnt special meeting
ot tho Hoalnni Yacht and Boat
Club is callod for next Thursday
Till: OOIO KKMEIME!'.
And tho Leper In tlio Nnn PrancUco
( A contemporary states that tho
physicians of tho San Francisco
pe9t houso havo adopted tho Goto
, romodies. This is misleading.
From all uccounts tho physicians
of that institution bother their
heads very little about tho Goto or
any other roniedies for the un
fortunates in their charge. Tho
lepers are giwn food and lodging,
such as it is, and are left soverely
alono to eke out a inisernble ox
istonco ns best they may.
Somo of them hoard of tho Goto
remedies and petitioned tho Board
of Supervisors for a supply of tho
medicines in order to give them a
trial, but tho Board concluded it
had no funds under its control to
pay for them and consequently
douiod tho petition.
Supervisor Benjamin, however,
out of tho goodness of his heart
took tho matter in hand and went
among tho merchants with a sub
scription list to raise money
enough for a trial shipment of tho
Goto remedies. Ho obtained $200
and sont tho order tq Japan. Tho
medicines duly arrived in San
Francisco and Supervisor Benja
min had to go dowu into his own
pocket again for $42 to pny tho
custom houso duties before ho
could obtain tho medicines.
It is woll - known that tho
fourteen lepers in chargo
of tho city of San FrauciBco
aro in a deplorable condition.
They aro housed in a building
which hnB beon repeatedly con
demned, as uufit for human ha
bitatidn,thoy lack proper nourish
ment and caro in addition to me
dicines mid attendance, nud their
covering at night consists of baro
boards on ono sido and two of tho
thinnest blunkots on tho other.
It is no wonder that there is an
outcry in San Francisco against
tho way theso unfortunates aro
treated and that tho authorities
scok to ship them to Molokai.
COlllUVTT AND HIIAUKr.Y.
Hnve Sinned nil AKreeiuent to I'll; lit
to a I'liilmli.
Tlio aftarmuth of the rocont
four-round contost between pugi
lists Corbott and Sharkoy lias re
sulted in tho signing of an agree
ment between tho two men to
fight a boxing finish contest, Mar
quis of Quoonsborry rules, for tho
championship of tho world and a
Bido bet of $10,000. Each man
has already depositod $2500 with
Daniel Millor ns a forfeit, and
$2500 additional is to bj paid on
September 1st, with tho final $5000
ono week boforo tho ovont takes
Under the agreement the con
test is to take placo within six
months from Juno 27th, in tho
United States or Mexico and bo
fore tho club or association offer
ing tho largest purse. Tho wholo
of the sido bot and tho ontiro
purBo to go to tho winner.
Tho National Club of San Fran
cisco, under whoBO auspices tho
recent contost took placo, has al
ready offered a purso of $20,000
for tho ovont, but it is expected
other clubs will offer bettor terms.
Docldi'H Xot ( Dlfibaiid but to lie
orsnnlae. Tho officers of tho American
League held a mooting last evon
ing, tho purposo being to overhaul
tho affairs of tho concern and
mako plans for tho future. Thero
has beon somo talk of disbanding
but last night it was decided to re
organize Tho secretary not being presonfc
nothing f urthor was douo but an
other mooting' will bo hold on
Tuesday next, and a statement of
tho prosont financial condition ren
dered. Thero will also bo an elec
tion of officers for tho coming
year. President Murray says
that with a membership of fifty
tho Loaguo can koop free of in
debtedness and flourish.
Prof.yKoobolo is anxious foi a
fresh supply of Japaneso beetles.
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