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Evening Paper Published
0j ? Hawdiian Islands.
It.Reaches ALL the TeopU.
Subscription 75c. a month
Vol. 1. No. 356.
HONOLULXJ, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 1G, 189G.
Piuoa 5 Cents.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN. I
Published ovory day except Sunday at
C09Zing Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Por Month, nnywhoro in the lln-
walinn Islands S 70
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Per Year, postpaid to America,
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Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
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' B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
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Will reliovo tlio most dis
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tlio inflamed membrane,
loosen tlio phlegm, and
indued refreshing sleep,
for tho euro of Croup,
Whooping Cough, Soro
Throat, and all tho pul
monary troubles to which
aJ the young aro so liable,
thcro is no other remedy so effect
A Record of noarly 60 years
Gold Medals at the World's Chief Expositions.
3T The ii.iiiic Awr'A Chorrv I'rctnrnl,
l proniliiiiii dii ti .'. iiii)ii ml H blown
In tin Klim nl t.u li bottle. Take no cheap
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for the Republic of Hawnij.
ZEOIES S.A.I-.3E! I
A CHOICE LITTEH OK UKOPPEIIS M
Polntir nud 4 English Setter Dam, Pointer,
Honolulu Ikllu bj tlio celebrutid (ilenbite;h,
Jr., who was Import) il from England at a
cost of 8110O mill solcottd by Judge Mortimer,
who Judges tho principal doj; show In tho
UnlUd States The Dam ot Honolulu Uelle,
Gill, Is by thu Duke ol Vcrnou, ono of tlio
best polutirs on the l'ailht Coast unci uu Im
port! d doc,, winner of tlio Derbv. Slro
Mail.) English litter, imported Jock's. Slro
is Liu 12., winner of tho Derby ill the field
trials at Hnkui afield, cat , In ls'JU. Ills dam,
Belle Gladstouc, was the only ilauglitir on
tho l'aiille C(iat of the ihnmplon dnm,
Gladstone, who died uu undefeated champion
both on tho beuili and llild Jo bettir
blood was ocr m itul thin this cross, and as
they are-short-haired they should make No.
1 huutlni! dogs tor this couutrv.
P2T 1'or luither particulars npply to
" W. II. C," 1'. O 423, or Anchor Saloon.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Cnslom House Broker aM Statistician
General Business Agent.
Healani Yacht and Boat Club.
A SPECIAL MEHTINO OE THE
Ilenliuii Yacht and lloat Club will ho held at
the lloalanl Hoit llouho THIS (Thursday)
EVENING, July 10th, at 7 HO o'clock, for
the purposo of JUIiug wiumcies in tho
Board ot Diroctors and transacting other
biiBitioss of iniportuuxo. A full attendance
Pel ojcler of the Hoard of Directors,
A, V. GEAlt.
During Mr. Honrrtuinn's absonco, Mr.
Euiugwill huvo chiirgo of uiy books and
attend to all collections. Ho'cun bo found
either at Mr. Bonrthnan's oflice at Ugtini ti
Co.'b or ot ray office
335-tf Dlt. IIEKBERT.
Notice of Removal.
THE CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY
havo removed from thoir old ntore ou Fort
street to tho Hobinson Blook, the store
formorly ocoupieJ by Oriluny & Porter,
mkiUakA, n , irti
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
iitsM.ru (iFitiinoATi.s roit nil-
Ir. triiiS ItBrmrt onleStneirAlTilri
m lite niiriSiHritotntloii Tlio
ItcKiitnr eohlj Itrporti.
President Emorson, Minister
CooporjDr Day, p. Eoliipio and
T. F. Lam lug were tlio members
present fit tlio meeting o tho
Board o Health yesterday. Agent
Reynolds, Dr. Mousnrrat and
Clerk AVilcox woro nlso in attend
ance. Prosidont Emorson brought up
tho matter o health certificates of
children attending tho public
schools and offered the following
resolution as a substitute for tho
ono in forco which ho claimed was
"It is horoby resolved that tho
scholars and teachers in all public
and private schools thorought tho
Republic of Hawaii shall provide
tnoraselvos, within fourteen days J
attor tlio opeuiug ot tne annual
school term, with certificates sign
ed by some duly liconsed and
competent physician, as to thoir
freedom from contagio" and in
fectious disonses. ino district
Government physicians aro in
structed to visit tho sovoral public
schools and make the nccossary
examinations on thoso not pio
vided with certificatosj free of
charge, during tho poriod above
"Tho possession of said certific
ate is required as a condition of
connection with or stay in tho
schools. Said certificates shall bo
renewed each year."
Upon motion of Mr. Lansing
tho same was adopted.
Dr. Day made a statement to
tho board concerning tho out
break of smallpox at tho quaran
tine station, tho substance of
which was detailed in yesterday's
Bulletin. Tho doctor also called
tho attention of tho Board to tho
necessity of a hospital building
at tho station for tho isolation of
such cases as occurred yestorday.
A letter was rocoived from Dr.
Thompson concerning tho pay
ment of S10 for attending an in
jured Chinaman in Hilo jail at
tho request of Sheriff Hitchcock,
who refused to pay claiming that
tho doctor being a government
physician was not entitled to pay
for such sorviccs. Dr. Thompson
wanted an expression of opinion
from tho board as to whether
such services woro included in his
dutios as government physician.
After somo discussion tho Board
arrived at tho conclusion that tho
doctor ought to bo paid but could
not agree as to whether the gov
ernment, tho sheriff or tho patient
ought to do it.
Dr. Monsarrat's report on
slaughter houses Bhowed 137 cat
tle received from Oalm ranches.
Inspector Koliipio's report
showed 113,070 fish receivod at
tho market during tho week oud
ing July 12th.
Following is tho program for
tho baud conceit at Thomas square
this evening at 7:30:
Duot II Tmaloro
bilcitlon " .
I.lpollpo, Mulaual, Mahlna Malamalama.
Mcillej Ye Olden Times Hcj er
Eantiiela Darklo's Duam Lansing
Waltz Commence tho Hall Cooto
March Honcj moon Itoseue
J'.leedon ol Unicorn.
At tho annual meeting of tho
stockholders of Wra. G. Irwin &
Co., Ltd., held yestorday afternoon
tho following oilicors woro re
elected for tho ensuing year: Win,
G. Irwin, president nnd manager;
Glaus Spreckols, vico-prosidontj
W. M. Giffard, soorotary and trea
surer, and T. 0. Porter, auditor.
"LUCKY" BALDWIN'S LUCK
NUIIKMV tMOl OP THU
oMiitn auo.u a iiui.i.hr,
I'liimn Ashley Irlci to Siiimniirlly
Axoiiuo Her .NlMor'n lronc;t Ourlutf
a Trlnl In Court.
San EiiANaisco. Jul v., 3.s.'Dnr.
ing tho prog&ua of LilliiiuAsh-J
ley's suit against E. J. Baldwin
forS75,006 for seduction, yester
day morning Emma Ashley, sister'
of Lillian, tried to shoot tho
millionaire defendant. She fired
nt Baldwin, but tho bullet miescd.
Lillian Ashley in ciobs-examination
testified that she had never
worn her hair crimped. That
morning tho defonco had a
picturo of her showing hor hair
dressed with crimps of extraordin
ary size. Asked if it was her
picturo, Lillian said, "It may bo,
but I don't think so."
At theso words Emma Amanda
Ashley, sister of tho plaintiff, rose
from hor seat, carrying a small
bag, and walked behind tho chair
whero Lucky Baldwin was silling.
From tho bag she took n lovolvor,
which sho leveled, at Baldwin's
head, tho muzzle being two inches
from his- skull. Sho tried to pull
tho trigger, but could not, 'hud
had to uso both hands. Every
ono was ougros'scd with the testi
mony, and nobody know Bald
win's dangor until tho roportof
tlio pistol was heaul. It Had
missed Baldwin's head, and Em
ma Ashloy was trying to firo
again, but tho pistol did not dis
H. A. Unruh, Baldwin's busi
ness mauager, jumped towards to
wards tho woumn, struck hor n
violont blow on tho wrist, and
ivrestod tho piBtol from her grasp.
Lillian Ashley turned palo and
nlmost fainted in tho witness
chair. Attorney James Critten
den, for tho dofenco, rushed to the
assistance of Emma Ashley, put
ting his hand in his pistol pocket.
Unruh covered Critlondon with
Emma's pibtol, but Oritteudeu
drow his pistol, and tho spectators
thought moro shooting would fol
low. Meantime Emma Ashley
had run across tho room, followed
by Baldwin, who thought sho had
auothor pistol. Baldwin hold her
until a bailiff escorted her to tho
city prison, whore sho was'booked
on tho chargo of attompt to com
Emma Ashloy is believed to bo
insane. During tho trial she 1ms
spent her timo in court reading
tho Bible. Whon takon to jail
sho sang "Nraror, my God, to
Thee," in a loud voice. Baldwin
was crazy with rago, and wanted
a chance to fight somo ono. His
hair was singed by tho powder
and tho bullet passed within an
inch of his head. His escape is
ascribed to tho woman's iuoxperi
onco with fircaruiB. Tho pistol
wns thrown upward by the recoil
after tho trigger was pulled.
The bullet was found in tho
wall 15 foot from Judge Slack's
oiinir. Every ono in tlio court
room was asked if ho or sho woro
armed, tho case waB about to bo
resumed, when Lillian Ashley, tlio
plaintiff, broke down: "My baby
is sick ami I am afraid that ho is
going to die," sho criod. "My
sister, my baby !" Tho case wa3
thoua continued until next Monday.
Miss Emma Ashloy, in speak
ing of hor nttompt to kill Baldwin,
said: "It would not havo been
murdor; it would havo been retri
bution. I tried to kill that man
becauso I belioved it my duty be
fore God to rid the world of tho
wrotoh who dragged my innocent
sister down to tho lowest depths.
I belioved it to bo God's will that
he should die by my hand, but it
was not to be, and I accept His
will. My act was inspired by what
I conceived to bo my duty to God
and humanity." It is tho genoral
opiniou that tho woman has be
come crazed by excessive religious
Continued on Sth Page.
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FOUR MERRY MARINERS
who imii:i'i:u hoi.10 tmouxn 10
tiji: I)KI siir m;a.
I'.uMr lli n l'lior Opinion of llroun'i
Hotel 1'ollce '.iitiiln llvitim Ton
Aftlto I'or I'ngltUc Nnlt.
Trouble with desortois aboard
tho Tillio E. Starbtu'k, which is
about to sail for Now Ybrk,nronnd
tho Horn, has begun. Tho cook
of llmt 03sel niado preparations
on Sunday last to skip out, by
sending his clothes ashoro to got
washed so he Baid and amongst
thorn was his bible. Tho mate
"got onto" tho rackot, howover,
and tho "boiler of broths" waB
"fooled a bunch."
Last night tho second mate, tho
cook, and two of the sailors
vanished. Captain Eviuh, harbor
police, captured tho two tais abovo
thcColoctric light station in Nuu
ami valley, i'lioy woro footing it
to Kahuku. After taking tho
follows to tho polico station tho
first mate of tho Starbuck was
eont for to idontify them, between
ono and two o'clock.
Their names nroPaddy amlMiko
Looking at tho mate fiom behind
the bars, Paddy putnu oxprosbion
on his face, and Baid: "Isn't this
a of a placo for a man to bo
iu ? Aro you going to got us out,
so wo can go to work nt ssvon in
tho morning." Tho mate told
them thoy would bo passengers
aboard tho ship till bluo water
was reached, when thoy would bo
put to work.
Captain EvanB says ho will cor
ral 1 tlio othor two boforo tho ship
sails, which is oxpocted to bo
about tho 20th inst.
ItU.NAItAY ritAItl ti:am.
O Ulcer Kclinl Coniticlo n Itritcr to
Tnko Out uu Injured Morse.
Shortly nftor noon today whilo
tho drivor of a tramcar was chang
ing horses at Palama, a blast from
tho Kamohamoha quarries wont
off. This Beared the team
nnd thoy made a bolt, got-'
ting away from 'the drivor and
dragging tho heavy circular iron
bar which fastens tho traces to tho
car aftor them. Thoy ran about
100 yards and then wont through a
fenco into a Chinaman's rico patch.
Horo thoy iloundorod about
for a timo until tho driver camo
up and secured them. Thoy woro
in a fearful state, covered with
mud from hoad to foot, besides bo
ing cut up about tho logs by tho
Tho drivor hitchod tho toam up
to tho car and started for town as
though nothing had happened.
By tho timo tho front of Castlo fc
Cooke's storo was reached ono of
tho horses was so badly used up
as to bo hardly ablo to stand, nud
groat lumps as big as a
man's double fists showed up on
its legs. Officer Kokai, who is
acting as hack inspector during
Sam Maey's illness, happened
along about this timo aud at onco
ordered tho nnimal takon from
tho car. After a dolay of somo
minutes a fresh team was procur
ed nud the injured nnimal led
I'ollec Court Xolen.
Fred Dyko pleaded guilty bo
foro Judge Wilcox this morning
of assault and battory on oflicoi
Espiuda. Sentence suspended.
Mnu Yok was fined $25 and
costs for having chofa tickets in
Kaalo was given twenty days
on tho roof for assault and battory.
For maliciously ill-troatiug a
hoiso P. Moyers was fined S5. Tho
costs of tho caso amounting to
S3.G0 wero remitted by the Court.
Tho caso of Underwood and
Morrow, sontoncod to torms of im
prisonment ycBtorday, will bo ap-
J pealed to tho Circuit Court.
UOVr.HNOH AI.TJKM TU.US TO A
SL'uixu'it.r.D i(i:iiiiii:ii. I
Up WhuIs 11 I'rcc- Slltrr Ticket an n
l'rcc Nller l'iiiiriirni mitt Nothing;
Si'ltiNGi'IELi), 111., July b1. Gov
omor Altgeld has returned from
Chicago. Ho expects to return to
Chicago on Sunday nnd remain
until tho convention. "Tho free
silver men will havo control of tho
convention," ho said, "and it i,
wo think, to our best iutorests to
wind up tho business of tho con
vention in ono day. Tho single
gold standard men will, of course,
fight for delay. It is to thoir in
torost to spar for wind, as sport
ing men would say. Thoy havo
no hope of controlling tho con
vention, but it is thoir dosiro to
procrastinate Thoy wont to di
vort tho platform from a 10 to 1
basis to somo sort of muddled
compromise. Woro wo to lot tho
convention remain in session sov
oral days, thoy might do this.
Tho Wall street and Standard Oil
interests havo influence far-reaching
and .powerful. But tho free
silver men aro iu tho majority,
and will novor pormit a small
minority to dictato terms."
As to tho position of temporary
or pormnnont chairman tho gov
oruor said ho did .not want citlior.
"It was what might be called
clover politics," ho continued "for
tho goldbug papers to boom mo
for tho honor. Thoy know it
would tontl to arouse n Bpirit ot
jealousy among Democrats. It
would givo thorn a chanco to say
1 wus hogging everything and
gavo no ono else a chanco. 1 don't
want tho chairmanship for two rea
sons. Tho man who prosidos over
a body of this kind, if honest nnd
fnir, is a figurehead. If ho wero
disposed ho might nbuso his pow
or to tho advantago or disadvan
tago of one sido or tho otlior. I
think I can bo of moro sorvico to
tho party on tho floor. . My only
desire is to see silver win. I want
to soo a freo Bilvor ticket' with a
freo silver platform. For mysolf
I want nothing.
Altgeld said ho had no idoa
who would bo temporary or per
manent chairman, but both posi
tions would bo filled by mon ac
ceptable to tho freo silver Demo
crats. Regarding the presidential
nominee, ho Baid ho had no pre
ference. It wn9 too 80ouyot tofix
upon a man. Tho ohiof object
now was to see to it that tho rights
ot tho majority woro not interfer
ed with by Wall street golu.
Tin: jnNSTiti:t, I'KiuoiotANci;.
I'rocrum lor tlio i:iitortuliiiueut or
Tho comploto program of tho
minstrel porformnnco on Saturday
evening nppoars below. W. II.
Charlock, JackMcGuiro and Goo.
Brims will manipulate tho bones,
whilo H. Viorrn, R. Churchill and
Charlie Ramsey will show thoir
skill on tho tnmboriuos. Tho mu
sic will bo furnished by Professor
Borger's orchestra. Tickets, which
includo reserved seats, may bo
obtained of Bouso'n, Smith it Co.
riioaiiAM PAitT 1.
Cuopcrh' Chorus lloicaclo
By the Company
Sho Didn't Do a Thing to Ulm
Llndy, Don You I.oto Me? J Mcdulro
'lliu aiilp 1 1.no Hcnny Jonos
Only a Little Yiller Gal It. CiiiinhlU
Leader of Company D 11. Vlerra
8ttiUiBtdonj;ol AH Win. Cuelho
M) Ultle NlKKer Gal V. II Charlock
Nliimuu Wnlununu Gio. Maty
(With Quartette Chorus )
I'lnalc baud Concirt nt Makeo Island,
V. II. Charlock Leader
Lei Pont Mol inaw) Quintette
Mac), Jonen, Cuilho, Jacktuu,
Clubs aro Trumps (.... n L. Finney
Aunt Mandy Song aud Dance
Chsrloik, McGuIro aud Churchill.
Chinese Specialties Vlerra, Jackson
Concluding with ft laughable skit entitled
"A MANAQEn'S TltOUDLES."
Pro'. Hilly W.O. King
Olllco Hoys Charlock and Finney
Prof llruliir (a slucRvr) It. Churchill
Edwin booth (an nitor) Chas Itum.cy
Musical Mokes Mac, Jackuou aud MUlulro
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
MUtl! I.ATKIt TRLt.UKA.1IS IJY THK
Tlio Cimnillitii Cabinet Tncoiim'i
Itimo Onriiliil AltKcId Nay I'rco
Sllttr Will Control.
A Montreal dispatch of July
3d says that Luurier's felato is as
completcrns it can be made until
tho government of the country is
really in Libernl hands, and that
tho several provinces will bo rep
resented ns follows:
Quebec Laurior, Tarto, Gcoff
rion, Fisher and Fitzpntrick hold
ing portfolios; with auothor mem
ber, without a portfolio, yet ,to be
Ontario Mowat, Cartwrigbfc,
PatorBon, Mills and Mulock.
Now BruuBwick Blair.
Nova Scotia Frasor and Bord
on of Kings.
Priuco Edward Island Dayies.
In tho contested election caso of
East York, nftor a rocount lasting
three days, McLean, Conservative,
editor of tlio Toronto Worldj was
declared elected by a mnjority of
throe, tho figures being 3,907 for
McLean, 3,901 for Fraukland,
Tho consensus of opinion is
that tho race for tho gi aud chal
lenge trophy of tho Ileuloy re
gatta will be won by tho Lonnder,
Now Collego or Ynlo, with the
Thames crow having a good lead
for fourth placo. In tho estima
tion of competent critics, Trinity
Collego nud tho London Rowing
Club aro considered out of the
Tho Tncoma R030 carnival
opened on the afternoon of July
2d with nu imposing parade three
milos long nud containing three
military liauds and somo fifty
gorgeous floats representing tho
morelmut3 nud manufacturing es
tablishments of tho city. The
parado was in two divisions, crim
son nnd pink, the carnival colors,
being lavishly used in tho decora
tions aud worn by everybody.
Alfred Whito, an Englishman,
was stabbed and killed nt Ross
lnudj by Ctmrles D. McGregor in
n disputo over raco, religion and
W. H. Burr, a prominent citi
zon of Now Westminster, com
mitted suicide on tho 2d by Bhoot
An unknown man was murder
ed on tho outskirts of Smith's
Falls near Brockville. He boloug
ed to a gang of tramps and was
killed in a drunken quarrel.
By tho capsizing of a sailboat
on Lake Doschoncs at Aylmor,
Queboc, Mr. and Mrs. Pelor Mc-
Rao, of Ottawa, and thoir 10-year-old
Bon wero drowned.
Whon a Russian family moves
from one houno to another it is
customary to rako all tho lira from
tho hearth of the old domiuilo nud
carry it in a closed pot to tho
1 black Hnrso branded on lift front, lift
hi ml and rlcht hind ltgs iu .Chinese cl1.1r.1c
tirs; white opnl on fprilicad
1 flay Maro branded ou rij;ht and left hlud
hg lu Chinese character, white sot on
loriliuid, both fori) aud rlht hlud Ices white.
All pirsous ouplue; tho above iiientlomil
animals aru henby notified to presmt their
claims within the time specified bylaw, fall
lii)l which, they will bo sold nt public auitlon
at tho Gm eminent Pound at Maklkl, on Frl
da the lTth day of July, IMHJ, at Li
IIEHlt PA8TOH ISENHEUO WIHD VM.
Sonutag dou I 'J Jul! VoriuiltaRH 11 Uhr
Doutsctiuu Qottesdleust in tier Y. M. O, A.
lUISEHLIOn DEUT8CHE3 KONSULAT.
LAKGE ENVELOPE MARKED "TUB
Manhattan Life," containing papers of n
yalue to any except owner. A reward of M
will bo paid for their return to the uuiler
Blmifd. E. A MOTl'-SMITII,
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