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Vol. 1. No. 355.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sundny nt
COO King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
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1'ayablo Invariably lu Advance
Telophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Mr. Charles Stephenson, a well-known
Itnltwny Umployo nt Kulnpol, New
"About ten years ago, while en
gaged in bhuntiiig, my foot caught
between tin rails, nnd my leg was
fractured below tho knee. It healed
in time, but I have been troubled
ever sineo with swollen veins, and
have been obliged, at times, to wear
n bandage. About :i year ago it be
enmo much woise, and I feared I
should bo obliged to givo up my
woik. A friend advised mo to try
Ayer's Qarsaparilhi. I did so,, and
after taking four bottles the swell
ing disappeared, and I have not
been troubled with It since."
Gold Medals at the World's Chief Expositions.
AYER'S PILLS for Biliousness
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
A CHOICi: LITTER OF DKOl'PEltS. J4
1'olim-r and Jj KntflWli Setter. Dam Pointer,
Honolulu Uulc by tlio cclubrutt'il (ilunbclli,
Jr., who was Imi'oitnl fimn Enisluiut at a
cost of 1100 nn i Uujiul bj Jnile Mortimer,
u ho Judges tliu priui'lnil doj; uliows In tliu
Unltul States, ItioDutnni Honolulu llellu,
GUI, U by tlitj DuKu of Vernon, one of tlio
best pointers on tliu Pacific Coast nuu nn lm
poited dog, winner of the Derbu 81 re
(Jock) EnejtUli tetter, Imported Jock's. Sire
is Lee It., winner of tliu Derby at the field
tilalti at liikursfielil, Unl , In lb'JU. Ills dam,
Belle (iladstone. was tbo only daughter on
the Pacitlc Const pf tbo champion ilum,
Gladstone, who died an undefented champion
both on the bench and Held. No better
blood was etr routed than thU cross, and as
they ate short-halnd thuy should muko No,
1 hunting doers lor this country.
R7" Kor further particulars apply to
"W. H. O.," 1. O. 43.1, or Anchor Saloon.
3'J0 Foit Btrcut, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker ami Statistician
General Business Agent.
Hcalani Yacht and Boat Club.
A SPECIAT, JIEUTINQ OF THE
Henluui Yuolit nnd Bont Club wj l9 hold
nt tho lIouliuilHoit FIoiuo on THUItSDAY
EVENING, July Kith, ut 7. M o'clock, for
the purpose of filling acnucius in the
Board ot Directors and trans icting other
businoss pf importaiico. A fu'l attendance
Per oultr of tho Board of Directum,
331-5t bo retary.
AT THE COURT MARTIAL
ai'iwsdoan's counsel is our
A. J. it. KobertHon Ulll Defend tile
Acenited Soldier Tlio lroccodliif;a
IMiit j:oiilns At tlia IXunculou.
Ab announced in theso columns
ycBtorday very littlo -wits douo nt
tho Court Mnrtial laBt oroning.
Tlio oflicers of tho court, consist
ing ot Lieut. Col. J. H. Fisher,
President, Captain AV. A. Kinney,
Judgo Advocate, and Majors Mc
Leod, Cooper, Iaukea and Pottor,
mot in tho largo room nt head
quarters and wore sworn in. Cap
tain Good was thou brought bo
foro tho court and at onco request
ed a postponement o tho pro
ceedings, owing to tho nbsenco of
his counsel, A. G. M. Robertson.
This was readily acceded to by
tho Judgo Advocato and tho court
then adjourned until Friday ovon
ingat7:30. Thoro aro no newdovolopments
in the enso today nor is thoro like
ly to bo until tho charges against
Cnptain Good aro rando public on
Friday evening. Tho sessions of
tho Couit Martial will likely bo
hold in tlio legislative chamber
owing to tho number of people
who will probably attend. Colo
nel McLean told a Bulletin re
porter that tho proceedings must
bo in public but tho deliberations
of the court on tho admissibility
of ovidouce and such matters may
bo in private, that is tho court
room is cleared for tho timo be
ing. Tho trial will undoubtedly bo n
-long ono and will bo most bitterly
lougiit. too lar, Uaptain Wood's
friends maintain closo silonco on
tho affair, preferring to say noth
ing until tho charges aro fully
known. Somo of them intimate
that thoro aro two sides to tlio
case and that beforo it is over tho
public will bo mndo nwaro of
many discreditable goings on at
tho bnrracks of which now thoy
have not even an inkling.
It is whispered about that , tho
upshot of tho whole business will
bo tho reduction of tho regular
forco to ono company, n consum
mation devoutly wished for by
WAKXIKM TO .HAUIXKItS.
Iani:cruHi Uncliiirlrd Ititclc Itkco
ercil bru (.'uiiudlnn Ciipfnlii.
Tacojia, "Wabii., June 25. Cap
tain J. T. Wnlbran of tho Domi
nion Govornmout steamer Quadra
has examined and fixed tho posi
tion by sextant angles of nn un
charted rock off tho south side of
Discovery Island. Tho rook lies
between tho fifth and tenth fa
thom lino on British admiralty
chart 577, outside of till dangers
marked on tho chart, and boars
from Seabird Point S. by AV. S.
i AV. westerly magnetic, S. 43
dogrees true, distance -1 cables.
Tho rock is marked by kelp, and
hnB a dopth on it at low water of
1 fathoms. There is doop water,
nine fathoms, cloao southward of
tho lock, and on tho oast and west
sides of it eight and niuo fathoms
respectively, but shoal water to
tho northward, there being depths
in that direction of 4, 2i and 5
fathoms us far as tho liftirfathom
Mioi't JliMi'g Nlmot.
A match shoot between tho
short men of Companies B. and
D. has boon arrangod for next
Saturday afternoon. Tho follow
ing teams will participate:
"Shorties" Co. B-Corporal
AVaity Captain, Corporals
Schmidt and AVeedon, Sergeant
Athortou, Privatos Oloson, Ham
mond, BolBtor, AVilliams, II. Ha
pai, and Cooko.
"SawodOffs" Co. Df Cor
poral Nott Oaptaiu, Privates
Burnotto, Vidu, AVildor, Maguiro,
K. Porter, S. Dookor, Ramsoy,
Viorra and Juon.
f -jffr'ft Wrtijftfrlflftffrftffr" mh-iyiY-iW'f iTffthfffr'Wif i'i -'rfftr. fia trnrAftb.tfn aMMlMfaft
AT THE HOUSE OF FIRE
HAM;.!! 4 UfflA v is Aoriox AS VIUW.
T.H AT THE SI'AltT.
Tlioo Who Wrro PrlvllcROit an i:yc
Mlliicovrx Nnw n Mniriilll-
F. AVillmrton, of Finney's
Diroclory stnff, was ono of tho
fortunate visitors at tho Arolcano
llouso whou Ilalomnuniau lako
began to fill up again with mol
ten lava. Writing from thoro on
Sunday morning ho says:
"Last night at 7:15, as wo were
on tho voranda of tho hotel, Mr.
Loo, who had expressed himself
as confident that wo should soon
hoar from Madam Pole, suddenly
"'Thoro is tho firol'
"In n moment all was oxcito
ment and everybody wanted to go
down to tlio crater. About 8 p. m.
tho whole house was ready to go
down to pay our respects to tho
returned Firo Queen.
"Tho party consisted of Mr. aiitl
Mrs. AVilmot Grant Poirco of St.
Paul, Mitin., U. S. ; Miss Julia
nnd Miss Flora Perry of Hono
lulu, Mr. Potor tho only Potor
Leo, managor of tho Volcano
Houso Mr. Martin Leo and
Petor Leo's bou Martin, with two
guides and myself; tho three
ladies on horses, tho rest ot tho
"When wo arrived ot tho edge
of tho crnltr wo sawnt tho bottom,
some 500 or COO feet down, a
steady stieam of molten lavn
gradually growing largor, that is,
spreading over tlio tloor of the
orator, with ovory now and then n
loud hissing noise, not unliko tho
breaking of waves on a rocky
coast. At short iutorvols a shaft of
liquid firo would shoot up in tho
air twonty-fivo or thirty feet and
burst, sending a Bhower of iiro
bnlls in all directions. It was a
wonderful display. AVo returned
to tho houso fifteen or twenty
minutes after niidniht, feeling
grandly rewarded for tho journey
forth and back over tho precipico
and across tho vast bed of old
Conic nnd Sco
Tho minstrols Saturday night
will probably bo tho most finished
amateur performance of this kind
ovor presented to tho public in
Honolulu. Many changes have
boon made. Mr. Cuelho will Bing
ii different eong, Mr. linuisey
occupying tho end will Bing a
now topical song, tho verses of
which will bo localized. B. L.
Finney will attempt to jugglo In
dian clubs blindfolded. Arierra
and Jackson will put on a new
Ohineso act, and tho company will
introduco a now afterpiece in
which several speoialtios will bo
performed. Tho tickots will bo
on sale tomorrow at Benson,
Smith tfe Co.'s. Don't miss it if
you want to onjoy yourself.
Itoinu Lots at Auction.
Nover Iiub a bottor opportunity
boon given to ncquiro a home site
in n wholesomo buburban locality
than that announced by James F.
Morgan in this paper. Thoro aro
ono hundred lotB, on tho Ewu
Bide of Nimnnu valley, to be sold
at auction on tho 12th of August.
Tho climate of tho locality is not
surpassed for lioalthfulneHS in tho
environs of Honolulu. Extreme
ly easy terms of payment aro
offered, as will bo seon in the ad
vertisomont. AVInm Othtir Villi
Hood's Sarsaparilla builds up the weakened
Bbnttered system by giveu vigorous action to
the digestive organs croating nn appetite aud
purifying tbo blood, It is propuivd by
modern methods possesses the gieatost cur
ative powers nnd has tho most wonderful
record of actual euros of any medicine.
Hood's Pii.i.s euros nausea, sick hendaoho,
indigostiou, biliousness, told by all druggists.
SMALLPOX BREAKS OUT
'ItlllEi: CANl.N AT THE O.UAUAN.
TIM: STATIOX THIS .HOIIXINU.
fUriiiKfiitflHeiiMiirc to Irotvnl It
w ,Nlireiit Adopted by lr.lny No I
Much, concern was manifested
nbottt town this inoruiug vhon it
bocamo known that smallpox had
broken out among the Chinese at
tho Quarantine Station, and tho
rumor fiend at onco commenced
to get in hiB work. Tho facts aro
AVhen tho China arrived on
Monday morning with 233 Chin
ese and 79 Japanese on board, her
doctor reported to tho Port Physi
cian thut after leaving Hongkong
n enso of smallpox had broken
out in tho Chinese stoernuo. Tho
man was put ashoro at Yokohama
nnd aftor thorough fumigation tho
vessol was allowed to proceed to
Honolulu. iSTo furthfi' signs of
tho disoaso having manifested
themselves on tho arrival of tho
vessel at this port, bIio was allow
ed to proceed. Dr. Day was not
satisfied, howovor, that thn infec
tiou had been stamped out and
ordered that no communication
whatovor should bo hold between
tho Bteorago portion of tho ship
nnd the shore, which resulted in u
partial quarantine of tho Pacific
Mail wharf on Monday. In spite
of tho absoluto denial made
in tho Advortisor yesterday
thut thoro was no small
pox on board tho China
on tho present trip it is certain
Hint tho hoalth authorities hero
wore awaro of tho case put ashoro
at Yokohama, and took extra
precautious in tho removal of tho
Asiatic passougers to tho Quaran
tine station. The Chinese and
Japanese woro kept separated and
Dr. Day gavo special orders to
Jack McVeigh to report to him
immediately tho slightest casd of
sickness, no matter of what
At daylight this morning Mr.
MoAroigh telephoned that ono of
the Chineso was fooling badly
ami Vv. Day at onco wont ovor.
Tho patient was examined and
showed ti plain case of varioloid.
Tho rest of tiro immigrants woro
thou oxaminod and two moro
casos found. This is tho twolfth
day siuco tho Chinaman with
smallpox was put ashoro at Yoko
hama and consequently tho last
day in which tho disoaso should
show itsolf. If no cases broke
out today, Dr. Day' would have
boon relieved to find that his fears
woro not justitiod. Ab it is, moro
casos may dovolop before night,
although tho doctor is hopeful to
In tho throo cases discovered
this morning tho diseaso is tho
ordinary varioloid in a mild form.
Each of tho pationts shows tho
mark of vaccinution plainly, tho
mark being not over throo or four
years old. Tho pationts woro at
onoo segregated and everything
possible to prevent further conta
gion iB being douo.
It was thought advisablo this
morning to send ovor an armed
guard to assist Mr. McVeigh in
caso of troublo among tho quar
antined Asiatics, and Marshal
Brown was communicated with.
On learning of this Captain Scott
of tho polico forco at ouca volun
teered and was ordered to pick out
a forco of four or fivo men to bo
in readiness to loavo for tho quar
antine Btation ut noon. At that
hour tho orderwas countermanded,
due, it is said, to objections made
by Mr. McVeigh.
Thoro is no possibility ot tho
coutract laborers brought by tho
Doric and shipped to tho other
islands on Monday distributing
tho infection, as groat euro was
takon not to allow tho slightest
communication between them aud
tho fresh nrrivuls on tho China.
Continued on Gth Page.
NATIVE BURNED TO DEATH
ai:i ivojtiMiins ix i'i:.vmui,
AGO.W THIS MOKXINO. I
Hor Iluabimd Snrriiulv I:cch (tin ,
Nnnie Futo-DHIrcKiliii; Aflnlr Nour
I'll u t iNcnbcre'" I'lttce.
In n grass houso on n littlo ku
leaua adjoining Paul Iseuberg's
ranch at AVaialao thoro is a family
of natives living, of whom tho
heads woro an old mnn nearly 100
years of ago and his wifo. Tho
old man is a littlo and dricd-up
specimen of humanity, whilo his
wifo was so largo as to bo perfect
ly helpless and bedridden. AVhen
thoy retired to rest last night thoy
built a firo ot cocoanut husks to
mako a smudge and drivo out tho
mosquitos, leaving tho ombers
At about -1:30-this morning tho
old lady's cries awoko her hus
band,who found that her clothing
was on firo. Ho tried to ex
tinguish tho ilamoB aud at tho
samo timo to drag hor out of tho
houso, but his strength was not
equal to tho task. His cries olarmod
others in tho vicinity, but by tho
timo thoy reached tho sceuo tho
clothing had all boon burned off
tho woman, whilo hor husband
was sovoroly burned about tho
hands and face. In his efforts to
drag his wife from tho room tho
firo was communicated to tho
grass houso and it was totally
destroyed. A fow of tho house
hold offocla woro savod.
Mrs. lsouberg at onco rendered
what nssistanco bIio could and the
old people woro cared for under
hor directiona. Tho woman died
at half past 9 this morning in
fearful agony in spite of all that
could bo dono for her. Tho old
man is not burned so badly but
that ho will recover, unless tho
nhock to his system should provo
Doputy Marshal Hitchcock will
mako nn investigation into tho
ocenrronco and will probably con
clude not to hold nn inquest
under tho oircumstuncos. Tho
name of tho deceased was Nana
ka, but hor ago is unknown, ex
cept that b ho was vory old.
Tlir. IKHIIC'S I.MIOIlKIt.H.
Kent Oir ly InlHiid Ktoniiirrn nn Siilur
dny nnd Monday.
Tho Asiatio contract laborors
who arrived by tho Doric Inst
Sunday week woro disposed of on
Saturday aud Monday last. On
Saturday tho Koauhou took
twenty niou and four womon
(Jnpnneso) to KIoolo plantation
and on Monday morning's train
32 nion and 3 womon,all Japanese,
woro sent -to Ewa.
On Monday morning tho Lohua
took 159 Chinese males consigned
to Quong Fou at Kahului. She
also took tho following Jnpnnoso :
Nineteen men nnd four womon to
Dr. J. AVight, Kohala; twonty
fivo men and four women to tho
Hilo Sugar Company nnd twonty
fivo nion and fivo womon to Ilu
Nono of tho above laborers
have had any communication
whntovor with tho laborers
brought on tho China last Mon
day; honco thoro is no causo for
tho Bonseless rumors about tho
danger of spreading smallpox
through them, which have boon
i n ' "
'IldiU Wave ItollcT I'mnl.
Tho committeo of tho roliof
fund for the suffered from tho re
cont disastrous tidal wave in
Japan ncknowledgo with cordial
thanks tho following contribu
tions: Bishop it Co S100
S. Kimura 25
Ph. Takodzawn 25
A. V. Gear 3
new Hcriooi.tso. si: on the ex.
TENSION Or VINEVAItlt STItrtT.
I'or I'rlrtmrt Jritrt I'ndor tlie Illch
.S'clmiil I'ttrl-otrect M-linollioimo
Inr tlie Ctilnmc. 'J
Tho Mini-itnr of tlin lnfnrinr. v.'
.Tnlld I. I.tr ...nn rw 1..1 .li.i -4
the various street extensions and
wideuings provided for by an Act
of tho regular Hossion of tho Leg
islature. Ho replied that tho first street
to bo oxtouded, owing to a rider
added to n section of tho Act, must
bo Vineyard street. Tho inouoy
for tho various stroet improve
ments was to corao from tho loan
fund, aud it would probably not
bo long before operations would
"Tho Board ot Education is
anxious to havo Vineyard street
opened as soon as possiblo," Min
ister King said.
" AVhat special interest has tho
Board in tho matter ? " he was
" Thoro is going to bo a now
schoolhouso built on tho extension
of Vinoyard street, in tho lot out
side of tho stone wall maukn of tho
High School. It is to tako tho
placo of tho Fort - strcot school,
which iB to bo used as tv school for
Minister King invitod tho ro
portor into his office, whoro he
showed him tho plans for tho
now primary schoolhouso to take
tho placo of old "Fort-ntreet."
ltipley it Dickoy aro tho archi
tects, and tho drawings exhibit
attractive looking front or rear
and sido olovatiotiB. The frontage
will bo about seventy foot. Thoro
will bo four main apartments for
as many school grados in tho
building. It will bo a singlo
story framo structure.
This projected now building
right on tho campus of tho High
School will lmvo tho not insigni
ficant merit of bringing tho whole
group of select public schools to
gether, as thoy formorly woro in '
tho Fo t-sstroot cluster before tho
High School started in its beauti
ful mansion. Besides being
more convoniontfor official super
vision and inspection, it will pre
sent tho udvautagn of allowing the
elder children of ono family to
escort tho younger ones to and
First Citizen Aro you going to
tho miustrbl show Saturday
night ? ,
Second Oitizon You bolj
wouldn't miss it for S5.00.
F. C AVouldn't uiiss it for
$5.00 ! How's that?
S. C. AVoll, you soo ltamsoy is
going to sit on tho end aud I
understand has got n now song
and has localized tho versos. Tho
boys are going to put on nnothor
aftorpiece, and Finney ia going to
jugglo clubs blindfolded.
F. C AVoll, well I I must go
up to Bonson tt Smith's and got n
ticket the first thing tomorrow.
An Attractive Store.
H. AV. Schmidt aud Sons havo
a couplo of tho most handsomely
decorated windows in tho city.
This firm, which has boon in ex
istence for many years, in the
wholesale lino, has rocoutly opon
od a retail department in their
now largo store in tho Von Holt
block. A bettor and fullor lino of
dry goods has uovor boon display
ed horo. Tho bright and wolL
lighted interior will provo an at
tractive feature of tho store and
will doubtlosB bring this old and
Btablo houso much custom,
Sterling, tho paintor, ia pre
pared, to quote prices on root'
painting. Ho uses a composition o
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho