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Vol. 1. No. 361.
'HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1896.
P1110E 5 Cents.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday nt
COD Kinff Streot, Honolulu, II. I. ,
Por Mouth, nnywhero' In tho Ha
waiian Islands ff .76
Per Year .. "
Per Your, postpaid to Atuoiicii,
Canaan, or Mexico 10 00
Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
Vnyahlo Invnrlnbly In Ailvnuco.
Telephone 23G. 1'. O. Box '80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Irritating ant! Disiitjurino
On the Faco, Cured by
Bemarkalilo Experience of Mils Dorothy
Mahcr, Fitzroy, Victoria, whose portrait
wo are privileged to givo below:
J IWUMl VRIIZ
"I take pleasure In testifying to
'.tic great benellt I derived from
Ayer's tStirs.iiiurllla. I stifl'croI
from eruptions on my face of a very
irrit.iting anil vexatious nature.
Fur a considerable time I experi
inontcd with various so-called blond
uiieillciucs, but without any allevia
tion of my Uonble, At last, your
'famous Sarsa arilla being btrongly
irtfuin mended to me, 1 began to use
it. and after taking two bottles it
vu most gratilying to see and feel
lh; alfi'cfc in allaying tho irritation
Jinfl reducing tho eruptions. When
I had used three bottles the erup
tions disappeared altogether, with
out leaving n nvrk on my f.iee, and
1 Jiavo never been troubled with
anything of the Kind since."
Sold Wtilab at the World's Chltl Expaaltlena.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
0ole Agents for tho Republic- of Hawnii.
WW fa wm in mm
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
(Mom House Broker anil Statistician
General Business Agent.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ADJOUItNKD ANNUAL
melting of tliu Hoard of Directors of the
l'lnuccr HutliUin; mid l.omi Association lielil
Inst evening, tho following Ollleers na
elected to semi lor tlio ensuing cur.
T. F. Unsln- President,
6. It. Itoso Vice-l'icnlilcnt,
A. V. (Jcnr t Secretary,
A. W. Keecli Trcisiirer,
A, 0. JI. Uiiljeitsou Attorney.
Honolulu, July SJ, litM. lifll-lw
Attention, Company G.
Hbadqitauiliis Comi'anv O., N. O. II.,
Honolulu, July 22, 1M0. j"
G EVERY MKMIICIl OF THIS COM
puny in hereby oiderod to report
ot the Drill Hhod THIS (Wwlnonduy)
EVENING, July 22, 1MKJ. nt 7:.'I0
o'clock, for JJifll.
JOHN M. KIU.
During Mr. Hoardiuuu'ri nUunci', Mr.
I'.wing will liavo uliuijju of my luulin and
attend to all oolluotioim, Ho cull ha found
either l Mr. lloiiiuuinu'i ollicu at Uurn k
t'o.'s or nt my ouiit.
;i;n.tf Dit, liKiiiiintT.
I nVilRH fi&i9r
AT THE ,GO0HT MKRTIAL
0Xi'.s:tit.s iui!ti'i:ut:ti .viai.vst
t'ito V'l Itiiiii'tl'li'Hit Nul utllty nnd
lam U tiii-.! tteiu uorn l.ir
Tlio court m&cttnl to trwC Cap
tain Good couvonqd laafaeVouitig
tlio prisoner iKjing prosotit with
his couiisq, A. 0. SI. 1'obertson.
After tho court and its officers
had been properly sworn in, tho
charge against the accused was
read. It wiib "conduct unbecom
ing an oilicor and a gentleman,"
there being seven specifications to
Tho first was to iho effect that
on May 1st Captain Good made
the following remarks to certain
of his mon: "Tho pay and allow
ance nro cut down, our services arc
not appreciated by the Govern
ment, and vo ought to do as( littlo
as wo can for tho money. l''m go
ing to do ten per cent less work,
aud I would .dosiro you to do the
same," or words to that effect.
Tho second charges similar
language on tho same dato to
Liimtonanls Coyne, Ludeivig and
Tho third specification accuses
tho captain of using similar lan
guage to various oflicors and mon
within a week after Slay 1st, 189G.
Tho fouith chargos conduct un
becoming an oilicor aud gentlo
man in speaking in a highly dis
respectful manner of his com
manding officer aud using sneer
ing aud piofano language on or
nbout Juno 19th on tho parado
Tho fifth specification chargos
tho uso of profane language by
tho captain in giving his com
mands during tho Pourth of July
The Bix specification is thathedicl
on or about Muy2-l,189U,ngninBt tho
members of tho First Kogiment,
N. G. II., responsible for tho caro
of tho field pieces in tho Executive
orounds. CUUSO ihn nlmrrm nt inrn.
lessness in guarding tho fiold
pieces to bo communicated to tho
Dole, and caused such chargo to
bo fjased upon representations
knov.n at tho tiino to Captain
Good to bo false and misleading,
to wit: Tho representation that a
certain sight of one of tho fiold
pieces had been secrotly abstract
ed from ono of tho said field pieces
by a party unauthorized so to do,
whilo guard was supposed to bo
kept over tho same, aud by tho
representation that a certain sight
mailed to tho Commander-in-Chief
on or about tho said 24th day of
Slay was tho sight alleged to havo
been abstracted aforesaid.
Tim last specification is that
Captain Good did, on or about
Slay 21th, 189G, ogainst tho mem
bers of tho First Eegimeut, N. G.
H., responsible for tho caro of tho
field pieces in tho Executive
grounds causo tho charge of care
lessness in guarding said fiold
piecoa to bo communicated to tho
Dole, and caused such chargo to
bo based upon representations
known at the timo to Captain
Good to bo false and misleading,
of tho roprosontations contained
in an auouymous letter mailed to
tho Commander-in-Chief, Pre
sident Dole, on or about said 2-lth
day of Slay, tho contents of which
letter is as tollows:
"1 herowith return to you a
Bight of ouo of tho largo guns in
tho shod on tho Executive
grounds. I waB passing last
Iriday night and hoard tho hail
of tho Bontrios, and thought I
would givo you u littlo object
Iesbon and show you how careless
ly guard was kept over tho Gov
ernment property, I wont in ovor
tho Likoliko Htroot fonco and wont
to tho Bhod aud took out tho sight
and wont out. 1 could havo tukou
iu 200 men as oasy uh I wont in.
1 could havo disitblod every gun
in tho buttery. Huoh gross euro
Iohhiiohh should not bo ullowod.
"A Prluntl of tho Uovoriiinonl."
Tho charges wore signed by
Colonel SIcLeaiu AfW being
read to the accused Attorney
llobcrtbon objected to tho chargo
of "conduct unbecoming an oili
cor," claiming there was no such
offense. Tho court retired for do
liberation and decided that tlio
attorney was correct, but
allowed tho charge to be fieni
btt.'k to thu Slinioter of
War for amendment. This was
dono and tho words "and a gen
tteraan" aitdeu to tlio chargo.
Caption Good then plcudel,niA
.guilty to each of the specifica
tion!. A. P. Stanhope wni tho firRt
witness. His testimony n'luted
to tlio reuiaiks made by Captain
Good after tlio reduction of sala
ries, tho captain's opinion of the
sailors riot drill as a regular
thing for tho Hawaiian army and
tho lauguago used on the Fourth
of July.parado, which tho witness
said was "strong."
Corporal Nooloy was tho noxt
witness. His testimony concern
ed tho falling off of interest in tho
members of Company E in com
petitive target shooting alleged to
have orison from the romarks
made by Captain Good at tho
timo of the reduction 'of salaries.
Tho witness .also testified to Cap
tain Good's opinion of tho riot
drill as oxpresboiby him at divers
times and places.
Tho court thou, adjourned to
7:30 this evening. '
i.iml .Minirliic nl ClirUloliurcli 1'iiiul.
I.r .SlIiodI, IC i ii h, llnnnll.
Ciirislchurch Bchoolroom, nice
ly decorated for tho occasion, was
filled to overflowing on Friday
last, the 17th iiist., with tho pa
ronts of tho pupils, drawn from
both sides of tho historic bay to
hear tho closing exercises and
witness tho results of tlio year's
work. Tho IJishop of Honolulu,
who had come up to hold a con
firmation, and Sirs. "Willis wero
pre&ent. The program provided
was woll rendered throughout, and
it was evident to all that great
pains had been taken with tho iu-
lon of tho children. Thev
roau with accuracy and intelli
gence, thoy pronounced their
words with distinctness. Difficult
pieces woro recited in a wav that I
surpassed your correspondent's
expectation. Plain needlework
anil eookinc recoivo narticular
attention at this school, which
ainm to make tho girls usoful
housewives and mothors of tho
next generation. It would havo
required a moro soarching eyo
than your correspondent's to find
any fault with tho specimens of
plain needlework to which tho
prizes woro awarded.
Tho -people in thd south of tho
big island are to be congratulated
on having such a school asUlinst
church within easy reach. Whilst
not professing to teach their
daughters all tho "ologios," it
will givo them an education that
is sound and solid, and onablo
them hereafter to uiuko comfort
At tho closo of tlio program
tho presentation of tho prizes was
mado by tho liishop. Tho first
prize for needlework was awarded
tolsabolla Testa, tho second and
third to Caroline and Maria Gas
par. Tho prizes for cooking, woro
aivou to Ibabolla Testa, Eliziboth
Koaloha, and Holon Ihihi. It
only roniains to state that tho
domestic department at Christ
church is in tho hands of Sliss
Davis, Sliss L. S. Willis conduct
ing tho teaching in school.
At tiioiiiiin Sijtiui'i-,
Tho Hawaiian band will givo a
concort at Thomas Square this
evening, commencing at 7:30. Tho
program is as follows:'
Overture Mill on tlio Cllir UulMlRer
AmUuti SurprUo Symphony Haydn
lloolicuo. I'uuAlunI, Nu.1 o U Tnlal.
rmiliuln-My Old Kentucky Uuiug..,.lniay
flat nlu loliuiMQllarii , ' Jilufu
WalU-TliiiiiMiiil ttinl Ono Malm. . . .tilraut
.Mureli-Vlenim.... .. geliraiiiutel
FIVE CENTS THE FARE
m i'jU:tu;coi'Kr iMH'iiw.N.vtj un.m'
tfi lll.UIWAYH COMIMX.
MitVlr I'nr tin, IVmtlt.v I'or ,nilIe
Clfwrclii 'llir lliliiiiin:t t'rlul-
I HIT I'limt (,'nsr.
10 Sunroma Court lins rnndnr.
od unanimous decision, bv Jus-
ticc-Whiting, on tho case of C. "W.
Dickey vs. Hawaiian Tinmuays
(JuujiJ'Hiy. Defotulaut took ox
cojitions to a judgment for plain
tiff rendered by Circuit Judge A.
W. Carter, in an action for the
sutrrtpf ono hundred dollars, be
ing amount of penalty provided
for by Section 9, Chapter 3-1, Laws
of 1881, for an ovorchargo of faro
on one of tho cars of defendant's
streot railway in Honolulu. Tho
exceptions are ovor-ruled, tho law
of tho cabo boing sol loitii as fol
lows: "A stuluto provided that within
Judd street, tho Industrial School
and Punahou street in Honolulu,
the faio on tho cars of a street
railway company shall bo livo
ceutB for each passenger.
"Tho company prior to 1S92
ran no car on a continuous
trip between Judd street and
Punahou, but at that timo a
connection was made botween
tho cross lines bo that a
continuous trip was mado bo
tween the above termini, for which
tho company charged a faro of
ton cents. Held, that tho legal
faro was fivo cents and that tho
company was liable for a penalty
for charging a greater sum of
money for faro on its cars under
Sectiqu 9 of Captor 31, Session
Laws 1S1, pioiding for such
penally." Dickey aud Pmllou for
plaintiff; Neumann and Davis for
Tho Court has also rondored a
decision on tho case of S. SI. Bal
lon vs. Hawaiian Tramways Com
pauy, in which tho judgment for
plaintiff in tho lower court is
affirmed. Tho point at issuo in
tliis case was somewhat difforent
from that iu the other, as will bo
seen from tho syllabus hero given:
fo mnti0 for f,ir0 in exces8 o tmit
"Wliero a Memaiul' or 'charee
allowed by law to bo demanded or
charged, it is not necessary to
provo that jtho excessive faro was
actually paid, in order to recover
a penalty provided by statute to bo
forfoitod by a street railway iu caso
it should 'tlomaud or charge' such
oxcessivo faro. Hold, that tho
ovidonco supported tho judg
ment." Ballon and Dickey for plaintiff;
Neumann and Davis for dofond
ant. A doeision has boon rondored
by tho Supremo Court, written by
Chief Justico Judd, in tho caso of
II. A. Widemaun vs. E. B.
Thomas. It is a suit for re
plevin by tho plaintiff, mortgagee,
of tho plant of tho Holomua Pub
lishing Company, which tho do
fondant hod distrained for rout.
Tim decision sustains tho judg
ment of tho Cirouit Court, which
mado tho defendant liable for the
market valilo of tho goods at tho
timo, which was "properly found
to bo tho amount they realized
when defendant finally bold thorn."
Ivinuoy it Ballou for plaintiff;
SI u goon A; Edings for dofondant.
A decision was filed lato today
in tho suit of Itudolph Spreckela
vs. W. SI. Giffard, secretary of
Paatiliau Plantation Company, to
eompol tho dofondant h) transfer
stock on tho company's books to
tho plaintiff. Decision for plain
tiff. Seattle is fast becoming a groat
oity. Ono thing which makes it
fanioiiB is Seattle beer, which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing alwayH makes its mark.
This is ouo of tho best things on
IjitdioH1 day at tho hioilio Ten
uis Chili's court, and tho usual
bund concert at iho JSxocutivo
building this afternoon.
MEETING OF DIRECTORS
or tiii: imom:i:ii iu;iminu a.vd
Itcpiirlx of Au'llliirx unit fllllroro rr
tliu l'usl hlx .TIoiicIih Artnl On '
i:icctlmi of Olllufm.
At on adjourned mooting of tho
Board of Directors of tho Pioneer
Building and Loan Association
hold hi3t evening, Secretary Gear
presented his semi-annual state
ment showing tho business trans
acted by tho association during
tho past six months.
From this report it appears that
tho receipts of tho association for
tho semi-annual term ondiug Juno
30th woro $-10,988.09, and tho dis
bursomonts 31,770.09, leaving a
balance in tho treasurer's bauds
of $9,218.00. Thoro is $1,700.19 to
tho credit of tho reserve fund.
Tho resources of tho association
aro $100,515.15, divided as follows:
Beal estate loans $50,750.00; stock
loans $13,110.00; accrued dues,
interest, premiums and fines
$3,01-1.50; books, stationery, etc.,
$-122.05; treasure's balauco $9,
218.00. Tho liabilities aro $101,701.02
for capital stock, $1,700.19 for tho
resorvo fund and $17.01 for sun
dries. Tho profits of tho association
for tho past Bix months have aver
aged ii por cent.
Tho total number of shares in
forco in all series outstanding is
Tho following officers wore
elected to serve for tho ensuing
year: T. F. Lansing, president;
S. B. ltooo, vico-president; A. V.
Gear, secretary; A. W. Koocli,
treasurer, aud A. G. SI. Bobert
John D. Holt was elected a
member of tho Board of Directors
'in place of J. J. Locker, resignod.
Tho subscription list for the
thirteenth sorios of shares is now
open. Full particulars aro ob
taiuablo from tho Secretary.
Hereafter tho secretary will bo
at tho office in thu Chamber of
Comniorcp room daily from 12:30
to 1:30 p.m., to transact any nec
'Illllo Mnrltuclt Icci'(cri.
Tho ship Tillio Sterbuck sailed
for Now York yesterday afternoon
without her second mate and cook,
who had oscoped even tho eaglo
eyo of Captain Harry Evans of
the waterfront police. This morn
ing thoy mado thoir appoarauco
bright and early and gave them
solves up to tho polico. Thoy
said they wero in hiding iu tho
mountains until tho ship Bailed
and came down this morning sup
posing that nothing could be dono
to thorn. Thoy found out thoir
mistake when tho Consul gave
thorn tho option of shipping ou
another vessel or going to jail.
Thoy choso tho formor and woro
at once signed for tho Highland
Light, which sails on Saturday.
They were sent ou board at onco.
Nominations for officers of tho
reconstructed Amorican League
wore mado last evening, as follows:
Allan Clark for president, Willi
am Larson for first vico president,
Louis Toussaint for second vico
prosidont, Theo. P. Sovoriu for re
cording secretary, nud W. D. Ha
milton for financial secretary.
Tho election conies off ou tho
City Carriage Co.. J. 5. And.
rado, inaiKigor. It you want n
hack with good horso and oaro
(ul driver ring up Telephone 113,
corner of Fort aud Morcluint
ttrectu- Duck at all Iioiiih.
Mi'olmnicH' Homo, comer Hotel
mil Ntiuiiuti Blnu'tH, lodging by
day, wcutk or month. Toi'idh: 26
mil 50 coins por night' II, and
M.-5 por wiiitk,
REGULAR- HILO LETTER
I.VCIUMNIMJ ACTIVITY Ol' tl(i:VO,
t't.0 IS Al lltACIIMi VIMTOlto.
Ilomiliilit Hiikluo Mm hi i'nwii
- llrc (ioiiil I'lriilc-Slimi'-i- An
clilcnt lo ?lr. Ilitrtliro!.
Tho volcano is still very active.
Tho lava is rising gradually and
tho lako of lire with its many
playing fountains is ovor increas
ing in size aud grandeur. Slany
Hiloitos uud Oloa coffeo plautors
huvo been visitiug Madame Polo
this week. Today ouother local
party goes to Kilauoa to remnin
Thoro has been a sudden influx
of traveling mon to Hilo. Air.
Wolff ropresonting SI. Phillips &
Co.t Mr. John T. Brown of Brown
ifckuboyand Sir. D. Conway of
SI. S. Grin baum it Co. are all reg
istered at tho Hilo Hotel.
Tho Social Club hold another of
its very enjoyablo nieqtingB on
Thursday night. This timo it was
undor tho caro and auspices of
Dr. Hutchinbon nud G. N. Day,
Theso gentlemen nrrangod for n
basket picnic to Cocoauut Island.
At 5 o'clock, tho party about 50 in
number, each with n basketful of
lunch, assombled and were driven
to tho picnic grounds. Dancing
was in order during tho ovoning.
The young folks built an immenso
camp fire and had hot coffee and
sandwiches later on. There was
plonty music, as each ono brought
along his or her voice, also gui
tars, banjos, mandolins, okalili,
oto, otc. All enjoyed thoinsolvcs
hugely and expressed a desiro to
again attend a Social Club basket
picnic. Jl'lioro was lunbh enough '
for a regiment, and tho appear
ance of tho island in tho morning
after tho affair looked as though n
oyolouo had struck a restaurant
very near by.
Dr. J. B. Williams aud
SIis3 Colia F. Plunkott will
bo united in marriage on
July 22d. Tho wedding will bo
very private. Tho doctor and his
bride will spend thoir honeymoon
touring tho islands. Upou their
roturn to Hilo thoy will occupy
thoir now homo on Nob Hill.
Sirs. O. 0. Kennedy gave a tea '
party on Tuesday last iu honor o
Misses Plunkett and Deacon. Ki
lo's society Indies wero there in
E. B. Barthrop was tho victim
of a very strange accident a few
days ago. Whilo throwing curves
and down shoots to Campbell his
arm suddenly cracked and upon
investigation it was found that ho
had broken tho largo bono of his
loft arm. Ho is now arouud with
his arm in a sling and will havo
to bo content with watching tho
gamo next Saturday from a seat
in tho graud stand.
Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Von Amswaldt of Popaikou was
mado sad on Tuesday by tho
death of thoir infant daughter.
Tho Santiago loft port this week
with 20,750 bags of Biigar consign
ed to J. D. Spreckels Bros. "Co.,;
Hilo is to linvo n rrifft rrnolr
which will bo completed boforo
Jan. l, vi.
Tho regular monthly church bo
cial will bo hold ou Tnosday night
at tho residence of A. Cockburn.
B. F. Schoen of tho firm ot
Itichards ifc Schoen left vestorday
on a businosB trip to tlio othor
sido of tho island.
Hero comes tho btoso. All
aboard for tho Kilauea crater!
Hilo, July 18, 1890.
J. W. Borgstrom is agont for
tho colobrated Kroogor pianos, of
Now York. Ho builds organs.
Second-hand piauoB takon as part
payment. Pianos Hold on instal
ments. Tuning and repairing.
P.O. Box 387. Tote. 317.
A. .J. Derby, D.D.S., Doutol
office Cottage No. 1U0. Alakoii
street, telephone Is o. Uln Office
lioins U A.M. lO'l J'.M.
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