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Vol. 1. No. 354. HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1896. Pkiok 5 Cents.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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is tho scarce of gGod health.
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Remain? that Tirod Feolinn,
end ltiuJ;c3 Lifo Worth Living.
fYiSrri debility, skin
l.l. fcaty'.!;- . diseases, or
i Z'S-'S'&l:! finnv.illii.rni1.
&i&SMfii&f' ment arising
35fP Wood, B.IOU
iPft'-d Xisiih z the Vc.-tfl'a Srtat Expositions.
t3fnow nrn of i lienp imitation. Tho
uimv Ajor's b.crsa,mrlllii in proint
(MiRtyon tlm winpj't-r, an1. Is blown in
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Aitfnts for tbe Sopublio ot Hawaii.
3CO Tort street, xcnr Merchant.
i Custom Home Broker and Statistician
CGrenera'l .Business Agent.
fiealani Yacht and Boat Club.
A. SPECIAL OIEBTINQ 01' THE
KoAiani Yuoht nd Boat Club will bo held
at tUe HealuiiiHout tioiuo on TULntSDM
ETiHiaNG, JidyiWtu.nt 7:30 o'cloqjs, for
the ip'irpohO ot filling ncnnclc in tho
Baaid ot Directors imit tmnsactiuc othor
bu&ine:s of importnaso. A fuUttondnuco
I'tViQrdr ot tho Board of Directors,
A. Y. GE.VB.
Attention, Company B.
AKMU'iV COMIMNV It, N. G. II.,
Ho.souji.ij. July 11, 1800. J
E EVERY MEMBER OK THIS COM
mtuu Is hereby oi tltrcit to appear at
the Drill Shed, 11118 (TuendojJ
EVESIN(5, July 14, lb'JO, at 7.0
o'cloU, for Dilll.
8DWt Cuptalu ComiiiaiHUns.
Attention, Company D.
.tsMony Company D, N. O. fl., 1
HoyoLoi u, July 1 1, 1890.
D EVERY MEMBER OF COMPANY
D, N. G. Hw is herohy ordorod to
report at Company Qiiatters, in tho
DnJl Shod, THIS (Tuesday) EVEN
ING, July 14, ma, at 7::J0 o'clock,
for Drill. 0. J. McUAETIIY,
351-It Captain Commanding.
DR. L. P. ALVAREZ
JIA IIBHOVtl) TO
Emma Street, near Beretania.
X3T noursi 3 to B and 7 to 8 p. m.
DURING MY ABSENCE TROM THE
Islauds Mr. Fred, B. Oat will act for mo in
all personal business matters under lull
power of attorney.
1 G. E. BOARDMAN.
Honolulu, July 10, 1800- 3.r.2.3t
OOJTVr.K.HAjriON' IIKIVVCKN LI IIU.XO
cii.-Vmj AM) IMVni.VlU'lC.
Tltot rui t)lrt Stiiteamuit Swnp t'oinpll
ifltlMIlN I lie 'lllllltinnll KuUn Ad'
'v IIN of tlio Oerinnil.
AVhen Li Hiin'g Chang went to
,pny Jiia respects to Bisinnrok ho
ivoro that fntnous yellow jnokot
which no ond but ho and his 'Ein
,poror may wear. Aa soon as the
two physicalTiud mental giants
got within saluting distance each
gave the other a tromendous bow,
while 'the assombled Multitude
oheored and shed tears of delight.
Then Hho two shook liands and
if oil to 'talking through iutorpre
itors. Their compliments woro
"You are tho greatost and most
colobrated statesman of your
country,"-said Bismarck. Li waB
gazing at Bismarck's rugged face
and eagle eyes. "Now that I
have soenyour Boronity's piercing
eyes, I for tho first tiuao under
stand your successes," ho said.
Bismarck replied: "Your loffi
neBB,ioo,ha8 had great successes,"
But Li deprecated them with:
"Not uoarly so great as yours."
"Well," responded Bismarck, "wo
all try to do our duty."
Li iB much crippled. Ho stood
as long as ho could, and when ho
was about to sink -with fatigue
Bismarck invited him to sit Then
tho two old men fell to discussing
"I sloqp badly," said the Prus
sian, in response to tho Chinese
statesman's eager inquiries.
"J., too, sullor great pain," said
"But I ihavo no pain," retorted
"It is iny face," continued Li.
"It hurts mo," and ho invited Bis
marck's attention to his homely
face, which is still further twisted
by neuralgia. At lunchoon thoy
talk politics. "With soveral Gor
man reportors present, and talk
ing stenographic notes, Li taked
recklessly for a mou who has a
yellow jacket to lose.
"The purpose of my visit," ho
remarked, "is to ask your sere
"What advice?" asked Bis
"How can wo best reform Chi
"I cannot jciflgo from hero."
"How can I act successfully
against tho court in Peking ?"
"One cannot aot against a court.
No Ministor cuji resist the will of
tho ruler. He'cstly oxecutos it or
"But how can tho ruler's will
bo carried out ?"
"Only on tho btcis of tho army.
Xt may bo quito small, not more
than 50.000 porhapq, but it must
"Wo havo men," replied tho
former Viceroy, "hut training is
wanted. Nothing hao boon dono
in .this direction. JFor thirt'
years I 'havo striven iu vain
against this lethargy. I have
now seen tho iiuost army in tho
world -that in Germany. Though
1 shall no longer be able to ex
pend moans ot 1113' own, which
wero at my disposal aB Viceroy, I
Bhall do what I can to aet up to
your serenity's advice. Wo must
roorgauizo and wo must do it with
tho lielp of Prussian oilicera and
ou tho PruBsinn model."
"Tho amy," ronmrked tho
Princo, "need not bo distiibutod
all ovor the country. It is only
necessary to havo it at ono's dis
posal at any moment and to creato
means of communication in order
to throw tho force quickly and
easily from one point to another."
After luncheon they woro
sketched and photographed, sing
ly and in groups. Then tho
Princo produced an autograph al
bum, and Li covered a pago with
Chinese characters which .tho in
terpreter translated as a series of
Continued on 8th Page.
REGULAR HILO LETTER
IMI.JM' IK Till: COM IN 13 JtIKTll
tPOLIS OI' IIUVAIX.
Tho (Jonrulci Trnnpo l'lrixc IHllc
V.iUhIuu mill Hit Thruf Week'
3Ioro Urliidluc lo IMt.
J. R. Wilrirfu, proprietor o&tho
Volcano stables, will send daily
stngos to tho volcano, to accommo
dnfo tho pooplo who aro b'eut on
Many pooplo have visited the
celebrated Rainbow Falls and Co-
coanut Island iu thp last week.
Twelve tourists registered at
Hilo Hotol for tho volcano. Thoy'
return por Kinau.
A. Poland, formerly assistant
freight clerk of tho Kinau, has been
appointed pursor of tho Lehua.
Tho Santiago will clear on
Thursday for Ban Francisco with
sugar for that port.
Tho handsome dogcart of J. E.
Wilson with its tandem team at
tracts the attention of every one
as it ilies alone tho Waiakea road.
It iB without doubt the finest turn
out on the islands.
The Gonzales troupe of stars
aro on tho boards in Hilo. On
Saturday night thoy gavo a per
formance in opreckolo' hall. Tho
hoilso was crowded. Tho show
was of tho first ordor and do
sorved tho largo attendance which
was presont. Thoy aro billed to
Bhow on tho 14th, 10th and 18th.
Tho Waiakea mill has three
weeks moro grinding.
Prof. Reynolds of tho Oakland
High School was a passenger ou
Mr. ,0. Braddick is now located
in Hilo. He has been appointed
stenographer for tho 3id and 4th
ix the: iiiummc couiitk.
Alcii! On Hen
Paul Noumann for plaintiffs
has filed his brief iu Harrison ot
al. vs. Bruns.
In tho mattor of the estate of 0.
Akana of Kailua, Hawaii, Judgo
Carter has appointed W. F. Wil
son temporary receiver under
The Supromo- Court by Chiof
Justice Judd has rendered an
opinion over-ruling exceptions of
defendant iu J. F. Hackfold, Julius
Hoting and Hermann Foeko, as
signees of W. S. Luce, against F.
Ludovico. J. A. Magoon, a mem
ber of tho bar, sat with the Chiof
JuBtico and JuBtico Froar in place
of JuBtico Whiting, disqualified.
Tho law declared by this opinion
is thus stated:
"Where an execution was issued
and returned satisfied, and there
after it appeared that tho execu
tion was issued by mistake of the
clerk for a smallor amount than
tho judgment, the Court may, on
notice and motion, allow an alias
execution to issue for the balance
of tho judgment."
Kinney it Ballou for plaintiffs;
A. Rosa for defendant.
Exceptions of defendant in Ka
ulukoa and Potor Nunes hor hus
band, Makaoni w, and Henelo
Kualii vs. Yim Qtion are over
ruled in a unanimous decision by
Justice Froar, holding as follows:
"Undisputed testimony that two
deceased persons wero sisters is
sufficient to provo inheritable
blood between thorn, without
special pi oof of tho inarriago of
At the trial in the Circuit Court
the plaintiffs disclaimed as to quo
undivided half of the property" in
dispute and obtained a verdict for
tho other undivided half. Magoon
& Edings for plaintiffs; Paul Neu
mann, E. P. Dole and G. A. Davis
' Tho Loilani boat club hold a
buslnoss mooting last night at tho
CAPTAIN GOOD'S ARREST
lAt'EUVJIIW WITH C'OMNi:i, Mc-
i.i:vn this nioitMXH
I hit t'otirltuititlnl 'Will Ctiwni Tills
i:riiln.c llm Ctiuraen Hiid I
The arrest of Captain Good of
tho regulars, as detailed in yes
terday's Bulletin, has created
considciablo talk and iu now the
piiuuipal topic of conversation in
the city. It is merely tho culmi
nation of what has long been ex
pected by thoso familiar with
military matters and tho general
deportment of Captain Good to
hiB superior officer, Colonol Mc
Lean. In order to got at tho facts of
the captain's arrest a Bulletin
reporter called on Golonol Mc
Lean at hoadquartors ami was re
ceived with that courtesy to rep
resentatives of tho press tor which
tho Colonol is noted. In res
ponse to inquiries concerning tho
charges ana specifications pre
ferred against Captain Good tho
Colonol said thoy woro not in his
possession or undor his control.
Ho had reported the charges to
Minister Cooper, who had drawn
them up in legal Bhapo. Thoy
wero oitlior in tho possession of
tho Ministor or of W. A. Kinney,
tho Judgo Advocate. Ho was of
tho opinion, however, that thoy
would not bo made public until
read totho accused at tho first
sitting of tho court. Thoro wero
two separate charges with two
specifications to each, but ho did
not feel at liberty to state what
thoy woro except that one of them
was of a most serious nature, tho
punishment for which iu time of
war would bo death. From tho
conversation, howover, tho ro
poiter was led to infer that tho
first chargo was inciting tho men
of his company to insubordina
tion, one of tho occasions specified
being tho time whon the reduction
of pay wont into effect during the
session of the Legislature, at
which time Captain Good is said
to have harangued his men in a
stylo which was certainly not con
ducive to good discipline.
Tho second charge will prob
ably bo that of couduct unbecom
ing to an officer and a gentleman
arising out of numorous remarks
mada by Captain Good concern
ing his superior officer at divers
times and places particularly
mentioned in tho specifications.
As to whether tho charges in
cluded disobedienco of orders the
colonol would not say.
In reply to a query as to tho
origin of tho present affair,
Colonel McLean said that
it aroso directly from a
personal differonco between
Captain Good and Lieutenant
Coyne, arisiug out of tho disposi
tion of a keg of beer, whioh had
been donated to tho momborB of
tho company who had decorated
tho building for tho Fourth of
July. This differonco was adjudi
cated by tho Colonol. As tho two
ofiicoiB wqro leaving headquarters
togethert Lieutenant Coyne ro
markod in an undertono to Good:
" You aro sailing pretty oloso to
your ordorH." Good was angry
and asked Col. McLean if ho in
tended to allow such breaches of
discipline. Col. McLean had not
hoaul tho remark, so ho told Good
that if ho had any charges to
nirtko ho should put them iu writ
ing. This was dono, and tho
charges woro submitted by tho
Colonel to Ministor Cooper, who
wroto to tho Colonol stating that
tho charges woro of too trivial a
charactor to bo niontioned, and
suggesting that Lieutenant
Coyne bo admonished to bo
more caroful in his remarks to his
superiors. This was dono by
Colonel McLean, and Coyno re
taliated by furnishing the Colonol
with tho information which has
led to tho formulation of tho
Continued on 8th J'aijc.
KILAUEA IN 7 ERUPTION
jorui, ncts 1:011 xouuisrs to
Two Column of 1'lro Spurtlii:? Ouo ,
Hundred l'cot Iut tho Air I lie '
Molten I,nlio Illalns Itapldly.
Tho staamor Kinau brings the
wolcomo intelligence to tourists
and business mou that tho "old
reliable" Kilauoa Volcano is
again in eruption. Our Hilo cor
respondent sends us tho following
hastily writtou account of the out
break, thoro being but little timo
to catch tho stoumor after tho
facts concerning tho outbroak
woro known in Hilo:
Hilo, July 12, 189G. )
At about 7:15 p. m., July 11th,
tho volcano onco again began its
pyrotechnic display. Tho hike of
tiro, which iB about 100 feet iu di
nmetor, was at last accounts about
500 foot from tho surface constant
ly growing larger and rising.
Thoro nro two fountains playing,
each throwing a stream of molton
rock and lava 75 to 125 foot into
tho air. Tho sight is a magnifi
cent ono, as one watches tho
changes that tiiko place overy
minute. First a fountain hero,
then there, ovor shifting.
Tho news has created great ox
citotnent in Hilo and parties aro
already mado up for overy day in
tho week to visit Madamo Polo in
her abode at Kilauea. From all
accounts recoived in Hilo so far,
tho eruption bids fair to bo a last
ing ono and at the rate tho pit is
filling up it will soon flow into
tho main crater.
Pursor Beckloy was interviewed
on tho arrival of tho steamer and
roports tho volcano as very active.
According to his information tho
lako of fire already formed is
about 150 feet long by 50 foot
wide and about COO foot doop. A
column of fire and ashes is spout
ing out of this lako ono hundred
feet into tho air. Just beloro the
Kinau left Hilo Mr. Beckloy tele
phoned to Manager Potor Leo as
to tho condition of tho Volcano
and received tho reply that it was
You may see them up to ten
a. m. tomorrow; tho lovely pictures
which Hugo Fisher has painted
for tho edification of mankind.
Aftor that you can only find them
on tho walls of tho drawing rooms
oc tho iiaut Ion ol Honolulu.
Tomorrow's salo will closo out all
of tho paintings now ou exhibi
tion at tho Pacific Hardware
Company's parlors. Mr. Fishor,
Jr., has arranged a Bystom of
lights so that tho paintings aro
now shown to tho best advantage.
It will bo ono of tho largest art
sales ovor hold hero. Thoro wore
a groat many pooplo at tho parlors,
yesterday and praiso of tho paiut
mes was unstinted.
The Movced Rhor Yosomito
Valloy", head waters of tho Ame
rican River and tho picture known
as "Nearing Homo," wero tho sub
jects most in favor yesterday.
All of these diffpr radically ouo
from tho other, in concoptiou.
Tho Morcod, with tho unsurpass
sod grandour of its surround
ings, ilows placidly thiough
tho world - famed valley and,
apart from tho distant thunder of
tho great fall in tho middlo dis
tance, tho silonco of tho scene is
felt. In tho American River
pioturo, with its rouring cataract
tumbling down tho great dark
gorge, tho artist deliueates as
plainly tho noisy tumult of tho
The man Rupert, who was ar
rostcd last night for attempting to
pass a $10 Confederate bill on a
Japanese, was roloased this morn
ing. As tho bill was not a count
erfeit of lawful money ho could
not bo prosecuted hero.
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT
tiii: i. uu;.-.m' cnuivit i.v months
AT KJMIA Stt)AUr.
AiiIiiiino uiih frequent ntid Sonic of
the l'leccn Hnd Co lc Hciicutrd-Nnnio
Snct;cilloiii on l'nliirc Concert.
Tho attendance at Emma Squaro
last night uud the frequent ap
plause and encores with which tho
various numbers ou tho program
were greeted should show Profes
sor Borger that the people appro
ciato good music. Thoro is to bo
a determined effort mado in tho
next Legialaturo to do away with
tho band by Bomo of tho disgrun
tled politicians on tho othor is
lands, and ouo of the best means
to ensuro its continued existenco
is to furnish plenty of good music
and mako tho band thoroughly
popular. It has not beon so of
lato mouths, but since tho inaugu
ration of tho Sunday concerts and
tho placing of a bottor class of
music on the programs of tho last
few weeks, it is rapidly regaining
its place in thoaffections of the
Honolulu public, aud a continua
tion of such concerts as that given
last night will soon restore to tho
band its old popularity. A con
stant succession of now music
outails extra work on tho band
and its loador, but on the othor
hand thoy aro well paid for tho
amount of work thoy perforin.
Last night's program was of
moro than usual oxccllonce, and
as a result the lamest audionco iu
months, if not in y,ears, turned
out; Instead of tho sileuco with
which tho pieces given of lato
havo boon grootod, thoro was
generous applausoto overy num
ber, while in tho last half of tho
program two pieces, "A limit in
tho Black Forest" and "A Remin
isconco of tho Midwinter Fair,"
had to bo repeated in their en
tirety. Much has boon said and
written nbout band music of Into,
but the attendance at the Sunday
concerts and last night should
snow plainly tho class of music
tho public appreciates, and tho
popular leader of tho band should
havo no difficulty in making up
his programs accordingly.
tiii: ai.i:n nnsvi:.
HrlieVft tho Crow ol u ItrllUh
Ship I'rimi Start ntlon.
Tho American bark Alden.
Besso, which recently arrived in
San Francisco from this port, was
thirty fivo days making tho pass
ago. Light winds and frequent
calms woro the cauBo of hor long
While this was very trying to
thoso on board the bark, it was
fortunato for the crow of another
vessel that it was bo, or they
might havo starved to death be
fore reaching thoir destination.
Tho Alden Bosso spoko tho British
ship Claokmanuanshiroin latitudo
38 degrees north, longitude 140
dogroos west, Juno 20th. Tho
Britishor was then 130 days from
Calcutta to Astoria, and starvation
was staring her men in tho face.
Captain Pottor gavo her a
supply of food and tho Bhip rcach
od Astoria a fow diy3 after tho
Besso arrived at San Francisco.
I'iiiiiI I'ur the Niiirtror.
For tho convoniouco of tho be
nevolent public a fund is now be
ing raised, by Bomo of tho leading
Japanese residents here, for tho
relief of tho sufferers from tho re
cent tidal waves in Japan. Any
pum that may bo contributed to
wards tho fund will bo taken
chargo of by tho Yokohama Spe
cie Bank, King stroot, and trans
mitted through the Japaueso Con
sulate General to thp proper au
thorities iu Japan for distribution.
Tho subscription list will bo open,
till tho 15th prox. This great
wave destroyed moro than thirty
thousand lives and left hundreds
of thousands of pooplo destitute.
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