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Vol. 1. "No. 358.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Honolulu Hullo by tlio celebrated GlcubilKu,
Jr., uhowae Imported from England at a
cost of J1I0U and selected by Judgo .Mortimer,
wbojudjjes the principal doe; shown In the
United States. Tlio Dum ot Honolulu llelle,
(Sill, In by tlio Puko of Vernon, one of tlio
best i.olnter on thu Pacific Coast and un Im
ported doft, winner of tlio Derbi. Slro
(Jack) English tatter, imported Jack's. Slro
is Leo It., winner of tlio Derby at tlio field
trials at IfnkersficUl, Cnl , In Ib'JU. Ills dum,
Jlcllo Gladstone, was tlio only duughtor on
the l'ucllle Coast of the champion dum,
Gladstone, who died un undefeated champion
both on lli bench and Held. No better
blood was ever muted tlmn this cross, arid as
they arc short-haired thoy should make No.
1 liuutlni; doe;s for this country.
Ptf" For liuther partleulari apply to
"W. II. O.," 1. O. 41, or Anchor Saloon.
UJ0 Tort street, near Merchant,
. Commission Agent,
Cnstoi House Biter and Statistician
General Business' Agent.
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CELEBRATING THE FOURTH
HOW T!',:: Al'J.ritAWA'h 1AS.S1W
Ji:itS .1.11 ( vV.It .TIltMtNKI.VIUS.
l'nrm-r .Tft'O'Miilio lot IJpKtlio rlnU'
iiikI I'.voryuudy on llimril llimi I
Evoryboily hnil n sjilcnditl tinio
on tlio Australia on tlio Fourth. .It
was n truly democratic niTair, and
tho sailors, fironion, steorngo pas
songors, cubiu .pnsscuorB and
ofliccrs all joitved in making tho
day a success. Profossor Dillon
o Indiana delivered tho oration,
and J. D. Hayue o Honoluhuiiado
a pahiotic speech. Tho most on
joyablo ovont on tho programme,
however, was tho .hulahuln, as
danced by E. P. Groer. Eurly iu
tho morninc Chief Officer Lawless
fired a National Balute, but tho
first two sliots were a failure, as
tho powder was wot. Everything
was soon got in working ordor,
however, and tho twonty-ono guns
boomed in rapid succession.
"When it came to tho firoworkB tho
ship looked moro like a Fourth of
July procession than anything
else. Tlio lirBt bomb that was
fired struck tho water and rico-
chotted back on board. It .hap
pened to laud on the back of the
Bhip's cat, and Black Tom has
not boon secu since. Chief Law
loss and other membors of the
crow aro still searching for the
Purser McUombo was tho hie
and soul of tho party. IIo kept
.everybody on tho move, and tho
Bteorugo passenger had juBt as
rauali enjoyment as his more fav
ored brother- in tho cabin. Ho is
a gent-ral favorite in San Francis
co and whenever ho appears in the
corridor of any of tho hotols a
crowd is sure to gathor.
"I'll toll you an old-new story,1'
Baid ho to a crowd in the Occi
dental tho othor day. "On tho up
trip wo woro hard up for some
thing to do and somebody started
conundrums. If anybody asked
one and it was answered, ho had
to pay a fine. If ho couldn't give
a satisfactory auswor himself, ho
had to treat tho crowd.
" 'How is it tho mole can dig
a holo and leavo no dirt at tho
mouth of it ?' asked a jovial pns
Bonger. Everybody gavo it up
and tho nuestiouer said, with a
laugh: 'Why, ho began at tho
other end.' Tho crowd was puz
zled for a minute, and I, like a
fool, asked: 'But how did ho get
to tho othtT end ?' Then thoro
was a laugh when tho conuudrum
makor said: 'That's your ques
tion; answer it yourself.' Tho
drinks wero on rao and I paid for
I'nbst In Km Nouio.
Climate of ovory variety exerts
a different infiuonco on tho do
sires of mankind for a stimulant.
In coldor zones bovoragoa of groat
aicououo streugtu aro uscu to a
very much larger dogroo than in
the tropics. Boor is best suited
to our climate and nono found iu
tho market is hotter than that
bearing tho brand of "Paust,
Milwaukee." It is browed from
tho best of malt and hops and is
ft groat thirst quencher and iuvi
gorator and stimulates tho nervea
nnd muscles. At the Royal, Cos
mopolitan and Pacific saloous it
may bo found, cold and puro. In
terchangeable checks aro issued
which may bo used at any of tho
Vlultlnt; Nuvnl Ofllcern.
Lieutenants V. S. Nelson, O. E.
Colahan, II. H. Burroll, Lucion
Young, John Gibson and En
sign B. F. Hutchinson, all of the
United States navy, who aro on
their way to join tho China
squadron, woro viewing tho sights
of Honolulu today uudor tho
guidance of Lieutenant Lucion
Young, who is woll qualified to
show them all thoro is to bo seen
in this city.
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, JULY 18, 189G.
REPUDIATES DEMOCRACY I
Till! Xi'AV yiKilt NOX VI LI. SVV- ,
roar hiikinm.y. !
I'lill'loxt of Idlliir nnnn'n i:tll orlnl
11p2iiiiIIh(Iiii; tlio Xnllnnitl Jiv- '
NewYoiik, N. Y, July itt Tho
Sun this morning, in tho follow
ing editorial, formally repudiates
tho National Democratic platform
and bupports McILinley for tho
Southern poverty, ongondered
by tho war, and the common dis
content stirrod up to recklessness
by the agitation of tho past twelve
years, liavo at last blazed into a
demand for dobased coinago and
a tax on wealth, aud havo carried
tho National Democratic Conven
tion. Tho Ohicogo platform cannot
bo accepted. Tho United States
was mado Democratic and it must
Freo silvor coinage would bo
Nalioual dishonor and a mouu
montal anachronism. Silver has
had its day ns the money
Tho coinmorco of civilization
which has used us a medium of
exchange pretty much everything
from shells to tho higher metals
has progressed beyond silver. It
has adapted itself to gold and to
gold it will havo to stick until it
finds something still moro con
venient. Tho silvor campaign is based
on delusions which havo no justi
fication and on statements which
are .not so. It canuot prevail and
evory sincero believer in fair deal
ing and in business honor as tho
foundation of commercial pros
perity must put auido all other
purposes aud unito for its defeat.
From now until tho night of
election day iu November, 1890,
tho Presidential caudidato of
ovory Democrat who favors honest
money and who still hopes to
crush tho enemies of tho funda
mental principles ho was bred in,
should be, without hesitation,
evasion or prejudico, William
Till: JIIXSTltLLS TOX1UUT.
Will l'ut On Xeir 1'roKrum Melt
For some unoxplainable roasoa
tho call for tickets for tho min
strel porformauco of tho Co. D,
N. G. H., boys iB very slow. Tho
public in general must cortaiuly
havo, by this time, become cogniz
ant of tho fact that tho shows so
far given woro not only satisfac
tory but a long way abovo tho
average. Tonight's porformauco
will most assuredly bo tho host, so
far, not only in point of excel
lence but for varioty aud original
ity. Evory feature of the show will
bo very attractive and with tho
additional good point of thorough
rehearsing. Crudo work is al
ways lacking in somo respect.
There will not bo anything crudo
or careless in tonight's minstrol
show. Tho now songs, gngs,
olio items and aftorpioco aro
replete with pleasing do
tails, and it will bo a slmino if
homo talent is not appreciated to
tho extent of filling every seat in
so small a play house as tho drill
No one will loavo tho place dis
satisfied and it is, in this isolated
country, an obligation upon thoso
who aro able, to patrouizo and en
courago tho elibrts of homo talent
when that talent shows os many
deserving qualities as -do tho
minstrelsy members of Co. D.,
N. G. H.
Tbe Court lanrtlul.
Owing to tho absence of Attor
ney A. G. M. Bobortson from tho
city, tho court martial convouod to
try Capt. Good adjourned last
night until Tuesday eveuiug at
L '.TEST FOREIGN NEWS
1 !T.IN !' IMDIlIM AltOtT TIIIJ '
ui.TniruTic xtijn.wuox. I
Itrltflu citve In Cubit lint iitulii Id-
IphIh i:ii;lili Jt'il('iitHlil it, Vllt-
lusr AiUrrlonti .5tlllur.V Coiupaiir.
k I'MIKD sr.flTH.
itlon A. Co., shippi
button A, uo., snipping mer
chants of Now York and Pltila
dclphin. owiipra of a packet
to tin' r.u'ilic, have failed.
Bryaii was eloquent at the ago
of iwelve. In tho West ho has
boon known as tho "Boy Orator
of the Platte."
Chauncoy M. Depow of Now
York, interviewed in London,
said: "Wo Ei'publiians and also
tho Democrats who believo in
sound money, are yhid the issuo
has been iorcud dourly on tho
country. It largfly. obliterates
party lines, and tho great busi
ness intorests of the country,
manufacturing, mercantile, bank
ing and all that element of oitizon
ship which has mado the United
Statos will lie for tho Republican
William Jonnjngs Bryan, tho
Democratic presidential uomiuoe,
was born in Soloni,Ill., March 19,
1800. IIo was graduated from Illi
noisCollcgo at Jacksonville inlSSl.
Bland strongly endorses Bryan
both (ib it silvor man and a states
man. Immediately after his nomina
tion Bryan wrolo a message to tho
amencau people tleclaring that,
if elected, ho would under no cir-
cumstances bo a candidate for re
The two leading Democratic
paperB of Philadelphia reject the
Democratic platform. The Times,
Colonel McCluro's paper, is opon
ly indorsing McKiuley for Presi
dent. Tho Record hesitates to
express an opinion as to tho duty
of Democracy rogarding making
an iudependont nomination, but
says that ns between tho Chicago
candidate ami MoKinley no hon
est and patriotic Domocrat should
heeituto for a moment iu making
The Baltimore Sun and the
Evoning News, both heretofore
Democratic, will not support
Bryan in tho coming campaign.
Tho Louisville Courier-Journal
makes an appeal for another De
Navy Department officials are
much disturbed ovor a report
which comes from Sau Francisco
to the effect that tho battleship
Oregon has too great a draught to
allow hor to ontor tho navy yard
dock at Maro Island.
Tho silvor bolters from the Re
publican convention havo held a
secret session in Chicago. Sena
tor Toller says Bryan will bo a
strong candidate and would mako
a good President.
A telegram has boon received in
San Francisco indicating that tho
big conl mining striko at New
castle, N. S. W., is about at an
Tho Ancient and Honorable
Artillery Company of Massachu
setts is boing royally entertained
in England. At a bauquot in
their honor tho Princo of Wales,
in two speeches, expressed souti
inoii ts of friondship toward tho
Amoricun peoplo, which in point
of earnestness and cordiality wero
quite without precedent in royal oi
ofiioial utterances. Speeches full
of. international friendship wore
also made by tho Marquis of
Lorno, U. S. Embassador Bayard
Havana, July 9. Rebel bands
hovering in tho districts juat be
yond Guauabacco ore getting
moro active. Yesterday they fired
upon various Government posts
in tho outskirts of tho city, the
Spanish garrison in Santu Maria
and other forts in tho suburbs res-
Continued on Jtth J'mje.
P. C, JONES INTERVIEWED
IMtOSIM'.tTS I'Dlt I'Mtl'l'IAM Till;
homis aiu: joui.
St'W Ynrtc 1'nrtlri Will Tnlio llnir n
million nuil .11 r. Illtlirt will 1'Irco
I lie Ilnnt III I.nmtitii.
Iii an interview with Hon. P.
O. Jones on tho result of his trip
to tho East, that geutloman told a
Bulletin reporter this morning
that everything was lovely con
cerning the placing of tho
refunding bonds ae soon
as tho government would give him
tho requisite authority to placo
them. His position at present is
just this: He has offered to take
100,000 ot tho. 5 per cont loan
himself if the Hawaiian govern
ment will give him tho option of
nlacinu the refunding loan. This
morning Mr. Jones received a
note from tho govornmont stating
its readiness to negotiate with
him on that basis, but ho did not
havo timo to attend to the matter
this morning. .
Questioned as to tho progress
made in negotiating tho Bale of
tho bonds abroad by Mr. Rithot
aud himself, ho said that Mr.
Rithet was iu treaty with
London bankers who wero
favorably inclined towards
the loan. For himself ho had
talked with New York bankers
and had tried to get some of them
to come out with him. While thoy
would not do this, thoy woro
favorably disposed towards tho
purchase ot the now bonus anil ho
anticipated no difficulty in placing
half a million in New York alouo
as tho rosult of his trip.
Mr. Jones said tho trouble was
that peoplo would not talk busi
ness about tho bonds with him
until ho could show his authority
to act aud Mr. Rithet experienced
tho same difficulty. If tho
govornmont accepted his offer
nnd placed tho ealo of tho
bouds in tho hands of himeolf
and Mr. Rithet he thought he was
justified in saying they would
havo no difficulty in placing thorn
at once. In that case he should
tako another trip to tho Coast vory
closi: 1'ixisii or a lomi hack.
Two Milps ISenrli Nmv lor It 1'riim
llnwnll Ono Hour Apnrl.
New Yoiik, July 8. Tho Am
erican ships Kouilworth, Captain
Baker, and Henry Villard, Capt.
Patten, both from tho Hawaiian
islands with sugar, arrived in
port today, ono hour npart, aftor
a long raco. Tho Kouilworth
left Honolulu ninety-six days ago
and tho Yillard left Hilo ninoty
8uvon days ago. Both vessels ex
perienced magnificent weather.
They fell in with each other in
latitude 2 degrees Bouth, off tho
coast of Brazil, and for twenty
three days woro in company,
uoither gaining tho advantage
Tho Kenilworth anchored iu quar
antine about 5:30 thm morniug
and tho Villard followed an hour
Tho Kenilworth was formerly a'
British ship of tlio same nnmo
and was burned out in San Fran
cisco harbor soveral yoars ago.
She was tliou robnilt aud granted
American registry. Tho Villard
was built in 1888. Capt. Putton
of tho latter vessel was for a long
timo chief mate with Capt. Bakor
of tlio Kenilworth, aud ns soon as
both ships w6ro cleared by tho
Health Oflicor Captain Baker
paid a visit to tho Villard to con
gratulate Capt. Patton on his fine
run. Only onco during tho wholo
passago was it necessary to furl
The Volcano Buoiuluir.
Reports recoived by tho Lohua
this morniug show that tho Ki
lauea Volcano is booming. Two
fresh lakes of lava had formed
but tho Bulletin's informant
could not give the oxaot locality.
Evening Paper Published :
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THE PAAUHAU DIVIDENDS
M.AHI.1 l'U'r.MlX lllOLSAM)
DOL.I.AUN OIHIKUEn lMin.
CIhiin Spri-tlu-l IliMing I'nllcil lo Ap-
Iirnrnn Order Inane -lro-
Rudolph Sprockels by his attor
ney, A. S. Hartwoll, filed amotion
for payment of moneys paid into
court by tho Paauhau Plantation
Company, with interest and costs
of court. Tho ground of tho mo
tion is that sorvico was mado upon
Claus Spreckels ot tiio order of
interpleader, and that ho had not
appeared as required by tho order.
Judgo Perry granted tho-
motion nnd has signed
an ordor requiring thp defendant
to pay to' tho plaintiff" the moneys
Jii question, amounting to$o5,215J.-
75, togother with S-103 costs oE
court and nttornoy's costs, making,
a total amount of So5,G21.75.-
Tho final account of the execu
tor's of tho will of John Mott Smith
has been filed with a petition for
allowance thereof and discharge
of tbo executors. Receipts Sil,
901.29, paymonts S10.810.35, bal
0. Bolto, administrator of tho
esttdo of the lato Samuel Louis
sou, has filed his final account
with a petition for discharge.
Receipts $9391 J2, payments
$1871.07, balance $7520.75.
Judgo -Porry has appointed
John O. Lano as guardian ot
Jamos 0. Lane, a uon compos
mentis, under a bond of $250.
S. M. Damon, administrator
with tho will annexed of the es
tate of James W. Austin of Bos
ton, Mass., has filed his final ac
count. Receipts $5301.72, pay
ments S1913.-17, balaifco $301.25.
.NOT LIAKI.K I'OIt Tilt: IIII.O.
A Sliiimlili CoiniMiny Nerd Nut Pre
villa fur 11 rfclioit I'utirutri,
London, July 9. A point of
groat interest to every traveler
upon a British vossel was decided
today by the Admiralty Court.
Tho steamship Mariposa of tho
Ocean Transport Company wont
ashoro a fow months ngo on the
coast of Labrador. Tho pas
Bengers woro landed at a littlo
fishing yill.igo. The Allen lino
steamships Sardinian nnd Aus
trian wont to their rcscue,provided
for their wants and took thorn to
their destination. Tho Ocean
Transport Company refused to
pay the bill, pleading that tho
perils of tho sea put au end to
their contract for carriogo of tho
passengers and thoy woro under
no obligations to do anything for
the passougors aftor tho ttccidout.
Tho British Admiralty Court baa
upheld tho dofondant's plea. Pas
sengers on English lines will
know what to expoct hereafter in
caso of accident.
Major F. J. Hills, tho original
maker of Tahiti lemonade, re
turned to Honolulu by tho Aus
tralia aftor several years' absence
in Southern California. IIo re
ports 0. J. Clovior, manager of
tho Bulletin when it first started,
as Bottled iu that country, the
owner ot athroo-story brick block,
and working at tho printing busi
ness. AiihlrlHii Wnr Vcusel Ooinlnz.
Another Au6triau war vessel is
on tho way to Honolulu, whoro
she will mako a short stay. Slio
iB tho training brig Artemisia and
iB on her way hero from China.
Tho vessel carries two gnus only
nnd iB used solely for training
Bailors for the navy. , .
Mr. O. J. Day will doliver tho
morning discourse at tho Metho
dist church, and Rev. J. Leading
ham will preach in tho evening.
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