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Vc IL. 1. No. 853.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 13, 1896.
Pkioe 5 Chkts.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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B. L. FIHNEY, Manager.
11Y Tim "USE OF
I; fAyer's Sarsaparilla
;Krl. ill. A. liummiiiB, ""' "
Victoria, Aunimlln, !
"About ii year ago, I had a severe
inttuck of Influenza, which left mo
Try weak, without energy, appo
tile, or Interest In life. -Obtaining
Qittlo or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recom
mended to me, I finally tried Ayor's
Sarsaparilla, and from that time,
began to gain health and htrength,
T continued the treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
grcat'plcasujo in telling my friends
of tho merits of A j er's Sarsuimrilla,
and tho1 happy results of its use. I
consider it tho best blood-purifier
Cold Mrialsat the World's Chid Expositions.
AVCP'Q DIMQ for Constipation
AlLtl 0 rlLLO and Biliousness.
Sugar-CoKtod, Mild but Effoctlvo
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole AKents for the Hepublio of Hawaii.
GOj FortSHoot, Honolulu.
ft SUktoni Honse BrolBr anil Statistician
G-eEaral Business Agent.
Attention, Company H.
Ahmoiiy Company II.. N. G. II. .
i.f)&w4t;iSrtt.HJi,)Erso, Juf in, isyo
AXI, MEMHKIIS OF COJU'.mi
II N. O. II., me hereby ordered
to uksemblo at tho Drill Shed THIS
(Moxilny) EVUSINO, July 13, 1800,
DR. L. F. ALVAREZ
HAS nUMONEll TO
Emma Street, near Beretania.
E3T Hours: 3 to 5 and 7 to 3 p.m.
Mi! nmTiiim K. KKOnOKALOLU
...iii ,r. t mv rifling IkQtnuen 8 UL(1 U a. 1)1.
Ito trunsaot busineea during wy bbenca
fromthooity. ... n
34H-H 0,1. v. wuiutnii ji..w.
DDIUNG MY ABSENCE FROM THE
Islands Mr. Fred. B. Oat will act for mo in
nil nersouid business mutter under lull
Honolulu, July 10, 1SUU auj-j;
H8HGLULUS NOT IN SIGHT
Tin: siaiis martin .'iiihM mom-
Clooit Atloiilaiif.liut"nI,oor tlainc-
lloiiolaliiH rttvticr Vn Nut In
Tho bnll gamoion -Saturday was
disappointing in many respeuts,
although ap to Uio fourth innings
it wis fairly ,iutorostirjg and no
body's game. Aftor that, how
ovor, it Avas altogether too ono-
sided to suit tho occupants of the
grand stand, whoso sympathies
.wore largely with iho defeated team.
The Stars took -tho jgflmo by a
scoro of 12 to 3, the details of tho
,play being given below:
3?irst Willie "Wilder vwent out
on a lly to Lucas, "Willis cot first
by a scratch, stole second and got
third on a drop by Dayton. Hart
struck out and Harry Wilder ilow
out to Eddio Holt
For tho Honolulus "Wodohouso
struck out, Cupid also. tDnyton
got to first on a poor throw and
stolo second. Clark failed to
Second Lishmau gpt a base
hit, Pryco How out to Cupid,
"Woods ilow out to WodehouBO,
lloss got in n threo-ba,ggor and
brought Lishmnn home. (Joiirudt
undo second on W-odohouso's
.error at first and made n
craud stand slide to third. Willio
Wilder struok oujLjXj '
.Lucas ilow out to Sam "Woods
.it ccntorfield. Lemon got to
second. E. Holt struck out. C.
Holt failed to reach first.
Third Willis got to third on a
hit to right Gold, Hart got lm
base ond Willis scored. Harry
AYildor was struck by tho ball
and took first while Hnrt wont to
second. Lishmau ilow out to
shortstop. Pryco flow out to
Cupid. Hart was put out trying to
Low struck out, Wodohouse
failed to reach first as soon as the
ball. Cupid took his baso on balls
and stole second and took his
thiid on a balk by pitcher. Day
ton got in a baso hit and brought
Cupid homo. Dayton stole second
and carno homo on Clark's throo
baso hit. Lucas failed to reach
fiist on a sucrifico hit.
Fourth "Woods hit a high fly
which Cupid missed, letting him
get to seoond. Boss sent another
fly to Cupid which he could hard
ly reach, taking second base and
letting Woods score. Conradt
struck out. Willie Wilder was
put out at first and Boss got to
third, afterwards coming homo on
a passed ball. Willis took his
baso on balls and stole second.
Hart flow out on right field.
Lemon broko a bat trying to
reach first but failed. E. Holt
couldn't pjot his first, Chris Holt
took his first on balls but was put
Fifth Harry Wilder took his
base on balls and stolo socond.
Lk!iman..Mruck out. Pryco got
in a two-baggar and brought
Wilder homo. Woods Btruck out.
Pryco utolo third aud scored
ou" Boss's tip to secoiuKvhich
Lucas failed to pick up At tho
first nltompt. Boss scorol on on
overthrow to first whiluCouradt
took third. W. Wilderrilow out
For tho Honolulus Low How
out to first. Wodehouso failed to
got first Cupid struck out.
Sixth Willis Btruck out. Hart
failed to reach first and was put
out trying to steal second.
Dayton get second ou a high
drivo to left field, Clark wont out
at first' while Dayton tool: his
third. Lucas Btruck out. Duyton
came in on a passed ball.
Lemon took his baso on balls. E.
Holt flow out at right field.
Seventh Lishmau mado a baso
hit. Pryco hit a. grounder to
pitcher and w(is put out at first.
Lishmnn got t' rd da a wild pitch
and camo hot- aftor Woods lly
Oontinu v p" Paye.
ITDKDM, OIFICIM.M IX C'OXTIIOI,
AT .SAN PUAXCIKCO.
Ir. ltorcntii In Hon Supremo ntTlmt
l'ort h Nutloiinl Uttnriiiilliie Olll.
er-jNtite OllicloW llclii.
Captains oE vessels lately sail
ing to Sau Francisco will bo sur
prised to find a now sot of ofiioials
in chnrgu of thp qnarntilmo re
gulations at thut poit,and tlmt the
power of passing ,upou tho health
Of foreign rihips desiring to enter
at tho port has boon tukon out of
the hands of tho State authorities,
and delegated to Dr.Bosonau,pas8
od assistant surgeon at tho Angel
island station, who has boon pro
moted to the position of National
Quarantine Officer nt that port.
Collector of Customs Wise was
npprisod of tho change in a gen
eral order from tho department,
which rends as follows :
Washington, Juno 20, 189G.
Collector of Customs, San Fran
cisco Sir: On being notified by
the medical officer iu command of
tho United States Quarantine Sta
tion nt San Francisco that he has
begun the boarding and inspect
ing vessels in accordance with in
structions: issued to him by tho
Surgoou-Goneral, M. II. SM you
will from that date and thereafter
refuse entry to vessels from for
eign ports without tho certificate
signed by tho national quarantino
officer at San Francisco, in ac
cordance with tho quarantine reg
ulations of tins department, n
copy of which is inclosed.
0. S. Hamlin,
Tho effect of this ordor, as in
terpreted by tho Collector, is to
.render void after July 1st tho
bill of health offered upon tho
npplicntion of n foreign ship for
outry, if it bo certified by other
than tho Nutional Quarantine
Officer. Tho usefulness of tho
Stato Quarantino Officer, Dr.
Ohnliners, is not necessarily im
paired by tho arraugomout, but in
tho future ho will simply bow to
Dr. Bosonau ns his superior, bb in
the past Dr. Boseuau has bowed
to tho Stuto officer.
Dr. Bupert Bluo of tho United
States Marino Hospital Btaff, who
has had chargo of tho city office
of tho Marine Hospital for tho
past oighteen months, has been
detailed by tho Surgeon-General
to assist Dr. Bosonau. Ho will
havo an office on tho waterfront.
Dr. Matthowson of tho Boston
station has boon dotailed to suc
ceed Dr. Bluo on tho medical
staff of tho hospital, aud is ex
pected to arrivo in tho city in a
Ilubltory Ht the Hotel.
Some evil disposod person rob
bed tho till of the HaVaiian Hotel
bar of about "520 worth of change
on Friday night or early Satur
day morning. Tho thiol: also got
away with a box containing tho
receipts of tho evouing from tho
billiaid tables, estimated to be
between S20 and $30. Entranco
wob obtained by forcing open one
of tho windows. The job was evi
dently dona by somo one well ac
quainted with tho disposition of
tho money takou in nt night, but
tho polico havo nothing to go on
m m m
Company D. rninstrols will givo
another performance at tho drill
shed on Saturday evoning, July
18th. Mr. Bnmsey will take tho
placo of J. Thompson on the end.
A new nftorpioce will bo intro
duced and Mr. Finney will juggle
with his Indian clubs blindfolded.
Tho boys nro rohearsing nud a
finished show can bo expected.
This will positively bo tho last
W. H. Cornwoll nnd Miss J.
Cornwall camo ovor from Maui
THE LAST OPPORTUNITY
en wr; mvr ouuur xor to itr.
Jtuiro IMihrr'ii I'lctltrfx Iti'iimln-
In: On lliunl to llu Nnll I
l Aim (Ion.
On Wednesday next there will
bo a grand auction salo of Hugo
A Fisher's magnificent collection
of .il and watoredor paintings
at the Pacific llnrdwnio Com
pany's parlors, bale will
mence at 10 a. m. aud 1 p
nud 'J. F. Morgan will oflicinto as
Since the pictures wore hung
more thnn two thousand of tho
best people of Honolulu have
visited tho gallery and expressed
their views of the woik. A num
ber of the paintings hnvo been
sold, but thero are still some of
ruro merit hanging on tho walls
unsold. To go into a description
of thom all would require more
room than tno space in tuis pa
per will pormit. Nor is a detailed
description, from an nrtis'tio
Mr. Fisher's methods of hand
ling his subjects aro peculiarly
his own and no other artist in
modern times has met with a
greater success than this gentle
man. Mr. Fisher paints in opaquo
different from anyonoolso and yet
ho cannot toll you how. Tho do
greo of perfection at which 'ho has
arrived has required twenty years
oE experiments nnd steady toil aud
the result has never been sur
passed by any other artist of mo
Take, for instanco, his numbor
51 in thiB collection. This wond
erfully stroug pieco owned by
W. C. Peacock has features that
aio not to bo explained oven by
Mr. Fisher. In it ho has an opa
quo that is phenomenal and ar
tists here havo complimontcd Mr.'
Fisher on his wonderful powers
with tho brush. In accomplishing
the result Mr. Fisher has given
tho public an entirely novel idea
Nor is this
ful uith oils.
artist less success
"On tho Merced
already been des
cribed in this paper and it has
boon pickod ovor and commented
upon by noarly every one who
has looked at it, and yet tho eyo
nevor wearies of tho grandeur of
Yosomito scenery as shown by
Mr. Fisher. Tho distauco from
foreground to summit bears ei
donco of tho work of a master
hand. Tho atmospheric effects
and tho cool transparency oE tho
water aro marvellous, and tho
painting ns a wholo can well bo
considered a mastorpieco.
There are men in Honolulu,
lovers of art, who can easily
afford to add this painting to
their collections. Thero aro phi
lanthropic mon in Honolulu who
are abundantly able to purchase
it and prosont it to Onhu Collego
ns a nucleus of n collection which
tho frionds of that institution
hopo to see in tho now art
gallery thero somo day. No
better start could bo mado
than this, becauso tho painting
would convoy information to tho
young miuds whoso knowledge of
tho appearauco of tho outhide
world is limited to somo black
and white pictures in thoir geo
graphies. A few rnro paintings in water
colors should become tho proper
ty of Honolulu citizens, if for no
othor reabon than that tlioy aro
truly works of art and to possess
them meauB, not ouly that thero
hnB beon n fair exchange of values,
but that tho owner has
lofined taste. Take for instance
any of tho ranrsh scenes, or that
grand illustration of tho life of
the American farmer in wintor,
"Noaring Homo." In this Mr.
Fisher dopiotB wintor in its per
fect form; thoio is noithor exag
geration nor deduction, it iB nB
Continued on 5th Puye.
BARK ANNIE JOHNSON
A IIAItl) TIJIK 3i;iTIM4 TO
The IIrhriitlte Trolr lllrd from Hi
Society IdImimU Orlven CIom,
to Honolulu Atcp ii Ntorm.
Tho Pacific ocean has been
well stirred up by gales of late,
according to reports from thrco or
four vessels which arrived yester
day, Bays the San Fruucisco Chro
nicle of the 27th ult. Though
groat damage has been dono
far as is known, some of tho
crews had a very hard timo of it
to preservo property and their
Tho bark Annio Johnson,
Captaiu Matson, twenty-seven
days from Hilo with 24,000 bags
of sugar, was struck by a heavy
northwest gtoio Bovorol 'days ago.
Tho wind blew furiously for for-ty-oight
hours, causing heavy
cross Bcas. which nt ono timo
fillod tho bark'B .docks with water
up to tho rails', Hooding tho cabin
and forecastle. Tho vessol's
compass was carried overboard,
and a member of tho crow who
stood at tlio-wneol lobt his grip
and was washed away from his
post. As ho was going ovor tho
sido o tho vessel ho managed to
grasp tne rail witn ono nana, nnd,
summoning allhis strength, hold
on until tho wavo had passed.
Aboard tho Johnson wero Mrs.
E. G. Hitchcock, wife of tho
Sheriff of Hawaii, and her two
daughters, Ilattio C. and Mabel
W., and Mesdames J. P. Sisson
and J. Weight. Tho woman, be
ing unused to such rough expe
riences, wero not at all at their
euso for a couple q dayB.
Tho barkontino Tropio Bmrp
one of tho vessels which carries
mail to and from tho Society
island?, nrrivod from Tahiti yes
terday, after being forty-four days
out. Her delay was caused most
ly by calms or very light winds,
which compelled hor to pass near
tho Hawaiian islands, instead of
taking tho shorter Course to wind
ward of thom. Tho Bird mado a
good passago from Honolulu in
twenty days. Immodiateh after
leaving Papeete tho Tropio Bird
encountered a thunder storm, and
on Juno 22d ran into n galo,
which carried away considerable
of her canvas and washed tho
covors of hor skylights. Tho
barkentino brought uino passeng
ers, mostly French. Among them
was a Judge and nn army officer
stationed in tho islands. Her
cargo consisted chiofly of cocoa
nuts, coprn, cotton nnd shells.
ICON A C'ltlKN.
Onu Thcfto ThlnifM Ho Undor l'rcicnt
Tho new Kona roads aro at a
standstill, waiting, it is said, for
money probably until tho now
lonn. Meanwhile tho Government
mulo, pickB, shovels, crowbars,
etc., aro being vigorously employ
ed on tho now coffee plantation of
W. W. Brunor at Konlakokua.
Probably this is ono oE tho per
quisites oE this gentleman's fat
salary. It reminds ono of tho
palmy days of the Gibson regime
when government olfioials had
tho free uso of public property for
private ontorprisos. So history
ropeats itself and tho Hawaiian
treasury foots tho bill. S.
Kona, Hawaii, July 8, 189G.
W. E. Howell, Superintendent
of Public Works, when told of
tho contents of tho forogoing lot
tor, said its writer did not know
what ho was talking about Ho
had tho utmost coniidenco in Mr.
Bruuer, who was at presont
ongnged in hisdutioainHamakua.
If tho Government plant was be
ing used for improving private
estates in Kona, tho road super
visor thero, John Todd, wns res
ponsible and would bo so held.
FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED
AN OLD WAIKIUMtONT CIIAHAC-
Ti:u nimiKD vrtTi:iim.
So InqiivNt llolil n Kentli Cmnc l'roiu
Natural ('linen Acconlluu to the
I'ollcc Hiircenii'a Certlflrnte.
Yesterday moiniug early W.
Powell, who has charge of tho
water teudor for the shipping, re
ported at tho polico station that a
colored man named Johu, who
roomed with him at his house off
Queen street, had been found dead
at au parly hour. Captain Pnrkor
made au investigation of the prem
ises and had tho body Toraoved
to tho polico station, where Dr.
Emorson mado tho usual examin
ation. It appears that tho deceased,
who was between 50 and 00 years
of ago, had suffored a
good doal from asthma. Ho
was not fooling well on . Sat
urday night and went to tho
government dispensary, where
Dr. Howard fixed him up somo
medicine, nf tor which 'ho retired
early. Powoll noticed ho had no
light in his room on Saturday
evening nud called to him to know
if anything wis wrong. John
nnsworcd that ho was "all right
but-had put out his light becauso
tho mosquitos wore bad. In tho
morning ho did not nmko hid
usual, appearauco and Powoll
found that ho was dead.
Dr. Emerson certified that death
resulted from natural causes and
Doputy - Marshal Hitchcook de
cided that au inquest was unne
cessary. The remains wore buried
in tho afternoon.
Tho deceased was a well-known
waterfront character but always
went undor tho name of John. It
is snid his real name wasMiriuda.
Ho wns born in tho West Indies
about 52 yonrs ago, although ho
looked to bo all of GO years
oviTAi.N uoon AiMti.srr:i.
Onlor for Coiirt-.lliirititl to lie lniieil
Captain John Good, in' com
mand of Co. E., N.G.II. regulars,
wns put undor njilitary arrest
ut 9:30 this morniug. It was ro
portod nbout town tlint the cnuso
was somo difficulty with Colonel
McLean, commanding tho Nation
A reportor who went to boo
Colonel McLean was told by an
orderly that tho commander was
sleeping aud had asked not to bo
disturbed, as he had not slopt any
all last night. Tho reporter was
referred to tho Adjutant, who was
fouud in his office.
Adjutant Schaofor snid it was
truo that Captain Good wns under
arrest, but ho could givo no in
formation as to tho cimse. It
would bo highly improper for him
to divulge anything nt this stage.
Minister Cooper was uoxt eoon.
lie declined to nnswor a question
nB to whothor tho causo df tho
Captain's arrest was n broach oE
military discipline or not Ho
had tho specifications in his pos
session, and an ordor for a court
martial would probably issuo this
nftoruoon. Fnrthor than this it
would bo mauifostly improper to
givo out anything for publication.
Tho schooner 'Aloha, which
roached San Francisco oil Juno
29th, had throo deserters from
tho U. S. S. Adams on board. Tho
men stowed nway on tho schooner
aud did not inako their presence
aboard known until tnoy wero
well out at son. Thoy got safoly
aBhore at San Francisco nnd havo
not Binco boon hoard of.
Tho Chronicle of Juno 29th
furnishes tho following news
item: "President O. L. Wight of
tho Hawaiian StonniBhip Com
pany iB at tho Occidental. Mr
Wight will remain until ho lob
contrncts for now Bhips."
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