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Vol. 1. No. 359.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 20, 189G.
PlUOE 5 CKNT8.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day oxcopt Siindoy lit
COO King- Street, Honolulu, II. I.
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Tolcphono 2CG. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
Ibia'bfe ,to Work !
NO APPETITE I
COMPLETELY CURED HIM.
JJr. T. tl. Clime, of Wulknrvlllo, Ad
ilalrtc.SouUi. Auntrullii, writes:
'Six years nfjo, I had ,m attack of
Indigestion and Liver Cum; !.uit
that lasted for weeks ; I was un.ililr
to do any hard work, had no appe
tite, food distressed mo, and I suf
fered mueh from hendarhe. JIv
skin was sallow and sleep did nut
refresh me. I tried several lvnie
dies and consulted a doctor, wit li
mit obtaining any relief; dually,
ono of my customers recommended
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. 3t helped mo
from tho llrst, In fact, niter taking
six bottles I was completely cured,
and could eat anything .and sleep
like a child."
Cold Medals at the World's Shlel Expositions.
AYER'S PILLS, Mild but Effective.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for the Ilopublio of Hawaii.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOlt THK ABOVE TOUT ON
Tuesday, .Inly '21 si,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
The utulorHifined nro uow prepared to
issuo Through TiokeU from this City to nil
points iu tho Unitod StutoH.
"For furtlior particulars reuardiug
Freight or laingo, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN Co., L'd,
!o""U Qonoral Agents.
1120 Fort streot, near Morchnut.
Cnslom House Broker aud Statistician
Geiieral Business Agent.
Daring Mr. Boardinau's abnonco, Mr.
Ewiug will havo churgo of my books and
attend to idl collections. IIu can bo found
either at Mr. Bonrdniau's oflico nt Ugura &
Co.'s or at my officii.
335-tf DR. HEKBEIIT.
SATURDAY'S BALL GAMEi
Tilt K.vjr.tCA:tir.ciA ii:a;ti was
OllHIZ.A,YRI .nidllT AI.IIMi.
An IlitluK'rrnlliit: -C.ntno MVIth 1'rc-'
fliiuiil k'.'liiiiis"" of I'luycrt anil
JPoMllunw Hib.lMny liy IlinliiCH.
Piftoou runs ic all woro mndo
in tho ball gtitno Iwtweon tho Ka
ruclmmolif. nnd First Ecginiout
toiuns on Saturday afternoon, on
ly (hreo ol which woro earned.
Tho game wits fairly contested up
to tho sisth, innings when tho
Kams wont'to pieces and lost tho
game by a 86oro of 12 to 3. .Fol
lowing are the details of tho
First Foi tho Firmt Itegimcat
Baker was put out at first, Simcr
son hit to right fiold for threo
bases, "V. "Wood ilew out to short
stop aud Cummings to second
For Iho school boyo Pahau
made first on an error of right
field, Makaimoku got his .bnso on
an error by short stop, Harbottlo
got his baso aud Pahau cune in
on n passed ball by Cuuha.
Bridges ilow'out to second and
Harbottlo was found off his baso.
Kaanoi got first on another Cum
bio by Cuuha and Makaimoku
camo in. JLimnoi struck out.
Sixond Cunha failed to got
first, Gcorgo Woods alBO. Gleasou
got first on a fumblo by Lomon
and was put out trying to steal
Koki was put out at first. Ahia
flow out to sccoud, Makanani
Tiiiiid Luahiwa got first and
stolo second. Bakor llow out to
second, Simorson got first
on an orror of short stop
and stolo second. W.Woods sent a
liner through shortstop's hands for
first, bringing in Bakor and Simor
son. Cummings flow out to
pitchor and Cunha couldn't run
last enough to get first.
For the Kams Mohoula got first
on a grounder to third. Pahau
flow out to Carlylo, Makaimoku
S3t first and filled tho bases,
ridges wont out at first and
Lemon was put out at second.
FouitTii Georgo "Woods wont
out at first, Gleason got second
by an orror of third and got his
third on a passed ball by Pahau.
Carlylo got first, but Gleason was
put out at tho homo plato. Lua
hiwa got first by a bad throw but
was afterwards put out.
Kaanoi failed to mako first,
Koki flow out to Carlyle, Ahia
llow out to second.
Fifth Bakor flow out to,
catchor, Simoison failed to got
first on a groutidor to third. W.
"Woods mado a two-bagger into
tho right fiold fence and got third
on a passed ball. Cummings flew
out to second baso.
Makanano struck out, Mohoula
failed to got first. Pahau got first
on a drivo to contor and was put
out trying to steal second.
Sixth Cunha was put out at
first on a drivo to third. Georgo
"Woods' mado a baso hit. Gloasjni
got first and "Woods reached sec
ond, Carlylo got his first by a
nmir and Georgo Woods camo in
on a wild pilch. Gleason camo in
on another wild pitoh aud Carlylo
on u passed ball. Luahiwa
struck out to Makaimoku on a
For tho schoolboys Makaimoku
llow out ut loft fiold. Lemon got
first on a fly tocontorfield, Bridges
went out on a foul fly, Kaanoi got
first but Lemon was put out at
Seventh Simorson failed to
get first, W. Woods got first on an
orror of Makanano and stolo
socond Cummings struck out.
Cunha made a two base hit just
insido tho left foul lino and
brought Woods homo, but was
put out at second.
Koki flow out at contorfield,
Ahia flow out at first, Makanano
got first by a soratoh and stolo
Continued on 5th Page.
SAN FRANCISCO'S LEPERS!
kiaityi.v nn:iniA,oi' run iro ,
CUcniilluean In the Tllont Alipnrvnl Itf- !
ultnf the 'rrrnlmt far '. i
A. Ilruuii VlilU .Tlielii. I
STho enthusiasm of Oho lopcrs of
the.PesthoiiBO over the Goto reme
dy remains unabated, says tho S.
F. Cull. It is tho subject of their
conversation from daylight until
dark, and topics of convocation j
aro all too rare in this isolated
littloAvorld of misery.
"Not a man among till the lop
ors," .declared City Physician
O'Brioa last ovoning, "but is con
fident .of speedy recovery. Of
coursoit is too early to obtain any
palpable results from tho specific
remedies, but tho patuuU are
buoyed up by hopo, and there is
no doubt that the moutal .has a
very material offect upon tho cor
poreal boing. One thing is cer
tain. They all look u sight clean
er than thoy did. Cleanliness is
always a grjat relief, and, oven if
there was nothing else beneficial
in tho remedy, tho daily baths
would bo a grout aid."
Dr. O'Briou was anxious, how
ever, uot to be understood to bo
deprecating in any maunor tho
efficiency of tho roniedy. On tho
contrary, he considers the authori
ty upon which tho Goto euro is
recommeudod to bo very high,
lie referred particularly to .11
member of tho Hawaiian Board
of Health named Brown. Mr.
Brown was in this city a few
wooks ago, and visited the Pest
house in company withDr.O'Brieu
Brown has made a most extonsivo
Btudy of leprosy, especially for a
layman. Ho was in tho habit of
making frequent visits to tho
leper colony at Moloktii until ho
declared ho know every lepor
there by name. Mr. Brown slated
thero was no doubt in his mind
that tho Goto remedies would
euro somo of tho woist cases here.
Dr. O'Brien states that ho will
keep a very careful accouut of tho
progress or deterioration of tho
patients under tho euro, and ho
will submit tho results in ono of
his reports to tho Board of Health.
As this remedy has novor been
triod in this country, tho report
will be awaited with great inter
est by tho medical fraternity.
a i.-. i.
PIr. Ilallnur Coimlilcm tli fiiiroiicy
Tho following extracts from a
report of tho Bimetallic League
of Great Britain, obtained from
the columns of Capital, a Calcutta
financial paper, may provo inter
esting just now. Mr. Balfour,
First Lord of tho Troosury, says:
"I dosiro to call to tho niomory of
the IIouso (of Commons) tho ludi
crous fact that, at tho present mo
mont, within tho limits of the Bri
tish Empiro uion's dobts nro mea
sured by threo standards.
"Wo havo a gold standard in
England, a silvor standard in tho
Straits Settlements, whilo in In
dia there is a standard based on
neither gold nor silver, varying
from day to day at tho will of tho
Indian Executivo and tho discre
tion of tho Indian Finance Min
ister. "Nothing shall porsuado mo
that it is in conformity with civi
lization and common senso that
tho commercial world should long
tolerato so inconveniont, cruel ami
absurd a system."
Company 1), AVIiih,
The match shoot botweou two
teams composed of the shortest
mon of Company B. and D. took
placo on Saturday afternoon and
was won by tho latter by a Bcoro
of 3G1 to 317. For Company D.
Burnett mado 45, Zorbo 43 and
Wilder -12. Hapi 43 and Somidt
42 woro the host scoros of B.
AT THE MINSTREL SHOW
a rui At imi:.mi: ami ii.i:nty or '
Tin-tuin(Wlc J'liib'n I'liio StticlUK "l !
riiiu$ Club swlimln I'lriuo '
lUc Amllciirc Host.
A very fair attdionco greeted
tho lust of tho performances of tho
Company D. minstrels. In tho
opening part many of tho jokes
('0 tell flat and some of them
wero roudored in such u way that
the audience failed to soo tho
point if thoro was any to seo,
and somo of them would havo
been better left out entiroly.
Howevor, it was hu amateur per
formance and the boys did tho
best thoy know how. Charlie
Ramsey's rendition of "SheDidn't
Do a Iliiug to Iliiu merited an
oucore instead of the limited ap
plause with which it Was greeted.
J. McGuiro repeated his success
of tho last performance, "Lindy,
Does You Lovo Mo." Ben Jones
brought down tho house with
"Tho Ship I Lovo" and was forced
to rospoud to an encore. It.
Churchill and II. Yieria sang
very acceptably but would havo
mot with moro appreciation hnd
thoy introduced now songs. W.
H. Charlock, of course, scored a
success with "My Littlo Nigger
Girl" and William Coolho's sing
ing of the "Swoetost Song of All"
brought out a well-deserved en
core. Tho song, "Nuuunu
Wuipunu" by Macy and tho
Quiutnttn club hud to bo repeated.
W. II. Charlock's skit on tho
Sunday bund concerts seonied to
please tho andionco as much as
the first tinio it was produced.
In tho second part tho Quin
tetto club scored a big success in
their now native song "Loi Poui
Moi"and responded to npplausoby
two othor solections. Mr. Fin-,
noy'ti marvelous club swinging
ogain surprised tho audience, as
ho always introduces new and
seemingly moro difficult move
ments with each appearance.
When he was doubly
blindfolded at tho end, tho
breathless silonco which reigned
throughout tho hall was a token
of tho interest his wonderful per
formance gave. Tho dancing of
Charlock, McGuiro and Chur
chill iu their song and danco was
a decidod improvement ovor the
last porfornianco and was ropeat
edly applauded. Jackson and
Yierra convulsed tho andionco as
usual with their Chineso charac
terizations. Tho concluding piece entitled
"A Theatrical Munagpr'sTroubles"
gave tho boys a chauco to display
their sovoral talents aud was
much moro acceptable than tho
ono given nt tho provious show.
Professor Borgor's orchestra fur
nished dolightful music during
Sanford Fleming, C. M. G., in
his paper on "Ocean and High
ways," read at a meeting of tho
Royal Colonial Instituto, said ho
could seo nothing to prevent tho
tinio of transit between London
and Australia boing reduced to
25 days, and botweon London to
Yokohama in 18 or 19 days. Al
ready tho mnils from Yokohama
had boon delivered in 20 days 9
hourB, or in less than half the
tinio by tho old route via tho Suez
J. W. Borgstrom is uont for
tho colobrnted Kroogor pianos, of
Now York. Ilo builds organs.
Second-hand piauos taken as part
paymout. Pianos sold on instal
ments. Tuning aud ropairing.
P.O. Box 387. Tele. 317.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a com position of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
IN THE HIGHER COORTS
vixaij accouxis of estati: ov
a:oua: c. avii.lia.iin.
Xou Trlnl In tlic TroiKtonii .Mnttcr-
Aiiolhor C'lilncio llHiiltriipt
Cliliiex.' Actor'n Ohhc.
Tho administrators of tho cstato
of tho lato Addio N. Smith havo
filod an inventory, showing real
estate valued at 13,000 aud per
sonalty of S140.
Judge Porry has approved tho
accounts and ordered tho dis
charge of Henry Smith, guardian
of Kaimiloa Nakookoo, minor.
Receipts S19G.90, payments S97.55,'
balanco S90.35, besides which tho
ward has $199.98 in tho Postal
The Supremo Court has issued
an order that Trousseau vs.Trous
soau Executors is remitted to tho
First CircuitCourt for now trial
on tho solo issuo whether thero
has been a broach of tho agroo
nieiit declared on.
CIihb. M. Cooko and Win. R.
Castle, executors of tho will of
Geo. C. Williams, lato of San
Francisco, petition for allowanco
of final accounts and thoir dis
charge. Rocoipts 17,700.92, pay
nients S17.753.17, balaueo $7.75.
Tho amounts of$872 4.91 cash and
$7505 mortgages havo boon turn
ed ovor to tho hoirs.
Four claims amounting to
S2S17.17 wore proved against Noo
Loo, bankrupt, and Goo. Rodipk
Judge Perry is hearing tho case
of Wong Wa, a Chineso actor
whoso services a thoatrical com
pany claim. Noumann for plain
till's; Stnuloy for dofondant.
Till! I'ltLSIIIEVr MIIIMVItFCKKlt.
Tlio Ilomilo Duiiilo' 4JetH on a
In Ienrl Harbor.
On Saturday morning Presi
dent Dolo, Doputy Attorney-General
E. P. Dole, Mr. Adams and a
party of ladies wont down to
Pearl Harbor for a day's sail
ing in the President's yacht.
Tho Pearl lochs woro reached
about noon and tho Bonuio Dun
doo was bounding merrily ovor
tho wator when she suddenly ran
on to a reof near Pearl City. Sho
was grounded hard aud fastand in
spito of. tlio ollorts of. tlio threo
gentlemen in tho partyromainod so.
Thero was an abundance of provi
sions and plenty of drinking
wator on board,so no ono suffered.
During tho afternoon the plight
of thoso on tho Bonuio Dunueo
was discovered by a party compos
ed of Messrs. Johnson, Dow,
Scott and Doylo, who woro out in
thoyaoht owned by Mr. Johnson.
Thoy rescued tho ladies of tho
President's party and landed
them nt Pearl City in timo to
catch tho last train for town. Tho
gontlomon of tho party, however,
stayed with tho ship until high
tido yesterday, whon tho yacht
floated off. This was about 1
o'clock in tho afternoon,
but tho Bonnio Dundeo, as
if to mako up for lost timo, was
safe and sound iu Honolulu har
bor by 4 o'clock. With tho ex
ception of tho paint scraped off
her bottom thoro is nothing tho
matter with tho yacht.
'Iho I'riMH'h lti.ircNnliitl.
Mons. Vizzavona, acting French
Conmiissionor, only deferred his
trip to Hawaii on accouut of
pressing engagements. Ho will
conio in for a view of the volcano
in activity by tho dolay. Tho
affablo roprosontntivo of France
received many official and privnto
calls at an informal recoption on
tho anuivorBary of tho fall of tho
Bastilo. Tho Govornmont band
played on tho occasion. Montion
of tho ovout was omittod in this
papor on the day by a puro ac
cident. w ......i ... .
CLOSE CALL FOR HIS LIFE
I'ltlSON ca'Altll MII,O.MU. UAI.'I
AI'O SHOT THIN .-lIOUNI.Vfl.
ItcclcteannrNM While liirnct-Miontluic
nt the lullcl Iluttit .Nearly I.rniU
to ii I'ntnl Accident.
While somo of tho prison guards
wore at tho Iwiloi butts this inofn-.
ing preparing for prnctico at target
shooting, nn accident happened
which nearly cost one of them his
lifo. Two of tho mon woro detail
ed to act as markers for the othors,.
and after placing tho target iu
position discovered that they had
no poi with which to paste paper
ovor tho holes made by tho bullets.
Tho boll was rung not to com
mence shooting, whilo somo of tho
markers wont off to obtain somo
poi, tho target being left expo-tod
nnd the othor man remaining be
hind tho bulkhead.
After somo timo hnd elapsed,
oue of tho guards name, Georgo
Hubble concluded to take n shot
at tlio target just for luck. Ho
raised his Roniington, took a hur
ried aim and tho 45-70 bullet
sped on its way. Just at' that
moment Solomon Kahiapo, tho
marker behind tho bulkhead, not
supposing any shooting would bo
done, stopped toward the target.
Whether ho usw tho mnn aiming
at the target or not is uot known
but ho turned quickly to get into
snfoty. As ho did so tho bullet
struck him iu tho small of tho
back, iuilicting only a flesh
wound. Tho bullet caught tho
man in tho act of turning and
plowed its way through the flesh
uoar tho surface, without touching
any vital purt.
As soon as tho shot was
fired tho othor guards who sawtho
marker oxposo himsolf foaVed
somothing had happened and ran
up to seo. Tho wounded man
was takou to the hojpital in tho
Oahu prison whoro his wound
was examined and dressed. It
was fouud to bo entirely superficial
and tho man will bo all right in a
" It would appear that both tho
principals in tho affair woro to
blame, tho marksman for shoot
ing beforo tho signal was given
and tho murker for exposing him
self without first drawing iu tho
targot. Jailor Low was not
present during tho shooting, and
know nothing of thu ncuidout
until tho wounded man was takou
to tho jail.
poucc coimr MATrr.us.
Olllcor lYriiniiilCH mid Sen uln !1."
Judge Wilcox hnd an easy timo
of it this morning, there being an
unusually small calendar for Mon
Threo drunks only mndo thoir
appearauco and wero given the
regulation fino of $2 and costs.
Bon Kumakuni plnuded guilty
of stealing John Kai's bicyclo
lamp, valued at tho sum of $2.50,
aud his sentonco was suspended
at the marshal's request.
Lieutenant Fernandes and Po
lico Clerk Georgo Sea aro evident
ly aftor n record, for instead
of going to tho minstrels on
Saturday ovoning thoy went to
Iwiloi and spout much valuable
timo in looking through a win
dow at four Chineso playiug dom
inoes for nickolB. Thoy filially
broko open tho door and captured
thirty cents lying on tho table nnd
threo of tho colostiuls, tho fourth
escaping. Aftor hearing the par
ticulars this morning Judgo Wil
cox evidently did not seo much
harm in n five-cent nnte, for ho
was loniout enough to lot the of
fondors off with a fino of a dollar
oaoh. Paul Neumann apponred
for the dofonsc.
Tliroo other Chiuose, arrested
for obstructing tho streets, wero
finod tho samo aniount,tho defend
ants not having anythiug to say.
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