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Vol. 1. No.3G2.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 23, 189G.
Piuok 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day oxccjnt Sunday $
GO'J King Htrect, Honolulu, 1. 1.
rPor Month, anywhere in-tlio Hn-
wuiinn Islands S 75
i Per Year.
Per Year, postpaid to lAxiuricu,
Canada, or Mexico 10 0()
fpor Year, postpaid, othor-Foreign
Countrioa 13 oq
I'nynlilo ItivKtilablv liivAflvnuco.
Telephono 25C. V.fi. Box 89.
B. L. FIKW2Y, Manager.
r. y r
f , .m
j be i'flfiicaEf -pod health.
, (fyw's Saraaparilla
,'Jafns Pura Stood,
Ctrjngiham iho Nerves,
C.'iiipcns the Appetite,
fiwGvas that Tired Fooling,
p:a CXakai Ufa Worth Living.
WyX tion, general
8 diseases, or
jny other all-
J wont arismc
" lrom impart.
I 'ood, should
jll a &.
iC-.Vi r.d3!i at l.u Voild's C.-es: Us.-.osltltns.
jst""I.i w.ivuof rtit-'fiptmilntioni. T'io
tt n,- Ayei's Siirsiipin-illu in promi
nent on tin' wuipiinr, :tiiil id .IO.avii in
t.horsla.'.s of c.ieli bottle.
' Hofeter Drug -Co., Ltd.
; Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hswnii.
Moriagto's llotico of Intention to Fcro
closo and of Sale.
Iuaccot dance with tlm provisions of that
certain innrtgaco made by 0. IJ. EL.VMA (k),
ami KKALALAlNA, Ills wife, to JOHN l'U
LAA (l), luted Mny SS, 18S3, recorded In the
Keulitrur Olllco, Oaliu, In Liber Mo, pp. SKU
nnd 330, nutlcu Is heroby given that s.ild
mortgagflc.iutcnds to foreclose tlio eume for
condition broken, to wit, the non pa) men t of
both piluclpal and Interest when due.
Notice le likclso ejlven that after Mio ex
plrutlon of tlirco weeks from this date tho
property covered by said mortgage ill ho
iulvertlM.'d for tale and "111 be sold at public
auction at tho auction rooms ol James I'.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday, August
1'.'. lbOO. at W o'clock noou of tint day.
For further particulars apply to J. A.
Maroon, attorney for John I'ulaa, mortgagee,
llouolulu Halo, Slerchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July SO, IS'JG.
Tho property to tio sold Is as follows:
All that plcco or parcel of land situated at
Kapaakco and Opukaala, "WalklUl, Oahu,
described in Hoyal Patent No. S5IW, Kuleana
15't?, to KaneauhU, contalulni; au urea of four
and UO-too acres. 85U-td
y20 Fort btreet, near Merchant.
.Cnstom House BroKer aM Statistician
General Business Agent.
Election of Officers.
AT THE AIWOUIINT.D ANNUAL
meeting or tho Hoard of Directors of the
l'lotuer Ilulldlni; und Loan Association held
lat evening, the following Olllcers weru
elected to servo lor tho ensuing j ear.
T. P. Lansing ' ...President,
S. 11. Itoi,o Vleo-Piesldunt,
A. V. (ear Secretary,
A. W. Ketch Treasurer,
A. (i. M. Robertson Attorney.
Honolulu, July 23, 1890.
Dnritifj Mr. Uoardmnn's nbsonco, Mr.
Ewing will lmvo chargo of my books nnd
nttenil to all collections. He can bo found
either at Mr. ISonrdman's oftico nt Ugura it
Co.'s or at my offlco.
335-tf DIt. IIEltBERT.
DAUGHTERS OF REBEKAH'
A l ANCE
A I CI v lUWH.'Ti
tJim I liH'iltlu Jrtilll ,lllllc AfToe-
4rtioinln 1'iircnrtj Aililrcan lo UN
Irlet Ip'tF 3Irx. l'clrlo.
The lady Odd Fallows o Pnci
J3c Dcrn-.odgo, "Dtittebtors of
Jcboknli, otitdul their previous
iiao record ns eniertninora ltxst
uigiit. TJioy qnvc n pay social
anc dnnce nt the rooms o Hnr
moay Lodge, I. 0. 0. I, tho
sinsU foe o twenty-five cents be
ing charged to dofrny expenses.
At eight o'clock the, main hall was
filled to overflowing .with old nnd
yovujg people. Moro than
two hundred wore prosont.
Mrs. Houry Williams presided
and irrected tho program.
Miss Dayton led olT with a pia
no solo well played. Miss Nollio
McLnin recited tho 3tory o a
railway ongino driver who picked
tip aohild in front of ihis moving
train. Much Avas expected of the
icoilerrom her known ability in
school, but sho proved fully equal
to tho occasion and -was warmly
applauded. 'Miss Mabollo 0. La
gos sang a solo in a beautifully
clear ' aud musical voice, taking
high notes without the slightest
dilliculty. Sho responded to a
" Cross Firing " was a vory
linking not, which elicited liuighter
ud applauso Mrs. Coon road n
koinily on courtship and marriage,
yausing in lime to bo interrupted
by u bystoudor with tho closing
word of a sentence or clause.
This -would be a command in tho
manual of nnns and, at tho word,
Mr- AVaity in N. G. II. uniform
obeyed it with tho proper
raovomonts of his riilo.
Mrs. II. IL "Williams then
recited, with her well-known,
dramatic power, tho story of a
fomalo slave's pluugo into tho
Mississippi to escapo servitude
with a cambler to whom her
master had sold her, to make up
his losses at the gaming table,
although ho had promised to giyo
her freedom. Miss Dayton again
favored tho audienco with fine
piano music. Georgo Turner, in
a parody on "Casabinnca," mado
the house roar with au imitation
of a bashful schoolboy's reciting.
Tho program concluded with
selections on tho piauo by Miss
Alico Ittco, consisting of varia
tions on popular airs. Sho was
loudly' encored and, although in
poor health, responded cheerfully
in roraarkablo manipulation of
tho keys, including imitations of
other instruments and of orchestral
Mrs. Petrio, tho district deputy
of tho Grand Siro of tho Order,
was then called tip and had tho
following address read to her by
Sistwi PiyntiE, Our S. D. D. G. S.
"Wo tho Daughters of Eobokah
of Pacific Lodgo No. 1, 1. O. O. P.,
wish to tondor to you awiitton
tostimonial of our appreciation of
your faithfulness and helpfulness
to our Lodgo siuco you became of
its chnrtor members, and now as
you tako a woll earned vacation,
wo wish you a safo and ploasaut
journoy, aud that whilo in tho
Unitul States you may visit a
number of sister Lodges, and to
eaoh of them convoy tho "aloha"
and good wishes of our Lodgo.
Givo them an idea of our stand
ing hero, of our Lodge work, and
our social capabilities.
During your absence wo can in
nowise bettor show that wo r
mombor your vacant chair than to
omulato your oxamplo by trying
to bo prompt and faithful.
Wo trust that with your ready
memory you will return to ub
stored with now ideas and valu
able ideas that will materially as
sist us and further on our Lodge
up tho groat I. O. O. F. ladder.
Wo will not say good byo but
good night and godspeed. May
our Heavenly Fathor caro for you
and your daughter, as wolj as for
the dear ones of your family that
you letivo behind whilo you are
absent from each othor. May
ihoso ilowors gladden n fow hours,
and keep in mind all who aro in,
friendship, lovo and truth,
Dauuhteiib op Eeuekah,
Pacifio Lodgo No. 1.
Honolulu, July 22d, -1S9G.
iKofreshmonts woro thou served,
consisting Of tho finest quality of
ice.crtam, cake, sandwiches, cqfTot
nnd lemonade, tho supply vof
which was not czlinuhtcu until
thobrenkiug up of tho dance that
followed. The refreshment com
mittee indeed did not gel mui'Ii
time for any otlior diversion than
workttho earlior part of tho even
ing, but they won golden opinions
for tho ease with which thoy man
aged -tho Berving of so large o
company. A program of fourteen
dances occupied tho time
until one o'clock this morning,
enough peoplo to fill the floor
comfortably remaining to tho vory
There was only ono opinion as
to tho maunor in which tho whole
entertainment was carried out,
and that was that a more pleasant
event to nil who participated in it
could not havo beou arranged.
For hospitality tho Daughtors of
Fiobekah iu Honolulu prove to bo
worthy of their great motljor,
whoso jug of cold water at horpii
pa's well, given with graco to hor
thirsty but still unknown sweot
hoart, was followed by couso
quoncos of vast moment iu tho
history of the world. Tho com
mittees who did tho honors last
night were as follows: '
llocoption Mesdames Herrick,
Williams and Tumor, Messrs.
Kaiser and Scott.
Floor Messrs. Kaiser and Law
rence. Refreshments MosdaraeB Law
rence, Berry, Coon and Schumann,
and Miss Dayton.
Bos Oflico-r-Mr. A. Petrie.
I'n bit In Its 'niue.
Climato of every variety oxerts
a different influeuco on tho de
sires of mankind for a stimulant.
In colder zones beverages of groat
alcoholic strength aro used to a
very much larger degroo than in
the tropics. Beer is best suited
to our climato and none found iu
tho market is hotter than that
bearing tho brand of "Paiist,
Milwaukee." It is browed from
tho best of malt and hops and is
a groat thirst quencher and invi
gorator and stimulates tho nerves
aud muscles. At tho Royal, Cos
mopolitan and Pacific saloons it
may bo found, cold and pure. In
terchangeable checks aro issued
which may bo used at any of tho
'Ililal Wave Keller l'liucl.
Tho following further contribu
tions havo been rocoived by tho
committee of tho tidal wave relief
Publishing Depnrft Yanmto
Hinodo Shimbum (5
K. Mimashi 3
Hinodo Club 50
S. Kojima 10
E. S. Cunha '. . . 5
Previously acknowledged . 153
Total to dato 258
IIiiU'iilliiii Hotel 'niii'(i-l.
Tho govommont band will play
at tho Hawaiian Hotel this ovouing,
commencing at 7:30. Prof. Bor
gor has arranged ' tho following
Overture Fra Dlavolo Aubcr
Finale Lolicngrhi Wagner
Selection Marltaua Wallace
Ala HIM Mat, Alna Hau. Ipo Lauac.
Selection Itobln Hood. Do Koyen
Polka Siniegee (uow) Uasey
Waltz Sultana Ilucalossl
March Minstrels No. 2 ... . Bergcr
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar aud comout. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
;H EARLY MORNING FIRE
rut- sioiti: or n. r. i:m.i:its v
'. ((IJII'M.TI l, SJI'T i:n.
Hriivj Intii Diuir Mumper Hie 1'lro-
liicn In 'I heir Worll-Tlio SUK'lt I
U'lll ISo ttVuiiil I.oos.
. A' twouty minutes to 5 this
morning a native boy rushed up
to Eugino Houbg No. 2, on Union
htu'et, shouting "Firo ILmtto!"
A-s mjou as the bivnthluss boy
could explain tljlat tho store of B.
F. Ehlors tt Co. on Fort street
was on firo, tho firemon lost no
time in getting to tho scono with
their apparatus. By tho timo thoy
got to tho Btoro the wholo interior
was a mass of seething ilumos.
Tho firo evidently broke out in
tho rear of the store, as tho flames
appeared hottest in that locality.
Heavy iron doors and shutters
proveulcd tho firemen from get
ting at tho firo from tho rear and
tho only way was to break tho
plato glass windows in front. This
was douo and a volumo of Bmoko
and flame immediately burst forth,
driving tho men away. Tlioro was
no ogress for tho Binok- from tho
tightly closed room except from
the holes in the. windows. Timo
and again tho iirotnon woro driven
from tho windows by tho heavy
blnck smoko which bolched forth
and no man could havo lived more
than a minuto or two in tho fiery
Tons aud tons of wator woro
poured into tho storo through tho
openings in tho windows. No. 2
ongino was pumping to its full
capacity and had on two big
atreajus. A No. 1 onghm hnd ono
stream" on and both ongines wofb
pumping nearly an hour before
tho firo was fully under control.
After considerable hard work a
streum was finally got through
tho roof in tho rear and a draught
created which dispelled thosmoKo.
Onco tho firemen got insido tho
room tho work of putting out the
firo was easy.
Tho department did good work
iu confining tho firo to tho store
room in which it originated. Had
thoy boon able to break in tho
iron shuttors iu tho rear their
work would havo boon easy. Tho
shutters woro bolted and secured
with padlocks aud chains and
could only be oponed from tho in
Bido. All tho goods in tho storo woro
moro or less injured by firo and
smoke, tho flames taking hold of
tho exposed ends of bolts of dross
goods, silks aud calicoes, whilo
tho immonso nmount of water
necessarily used completed tho
ruin. Everything in tho storo,
including tho fixtures, is irretriev
Tho fact that there was no Vo
liceman on hand at tho timo of
tho firo has boon severely, com
mented on. Had it not been for
tho timely nlarin given by tho
native boy, tho firo would un
doubtedly havo oxtonded through
tho roof to tho adjoining wooden
buildings, and tho loss would
havo been muoh moro serious than
Chiof Engineer Hunt said this
morning that tho firo must have
boon smoldoring for some hours
beforo it finally broke out, os tho
wholo htoro scorned to tako firo at
onco. When tho department got
to work ho forced an ontrancointo
the wooden building in tho roar
Ubud as tho dressmaking depart
ment, for fear tho firo had got
through tho partition doors. It
had not douo so, nnd all efforts to
break open tho iron doors which
woro Bocurod from tho insido were
futile. Ho thou ordored a holo
mndo in tho roof and tho nozsdo
of a hosepipo was inserted. All
that could bo dono was to pour
wator through it, however, as tho
smoko was so blinding that noth
ing could bo Been.
Fireman CarlBBon, whp mani
pulates tho uozzlo of tho chemical
hoso, was Bovoroly cut about tho
hands and one wrist by falling
fjlass. In tho excitement of tho
hro lie did not know ho was hurt
and it was only when ho nearly
fainted from loss of blood that
his condition waB noticed. Ho
was piomptly sent to tho hospital
where his wounds were dressed.
Tho cuts woro not Bovore and at
noon whon tho chief visited him
ho was Buffering principally from
weakness caused by loss of blood.
Marshal Brown commoncod an
inquiry into tho cause of tho firo
this morning, which wns continued
until 2 p. m. Sovcral witnesses
woro examined but Iho Marshal
told a reporter at 1 o'clock that
nothing dcliuito as to tho origin
of tho firo had boon brought out.
Chiof Hunt is of tho opinion
that tho firo originated from
spontaneous combustion. At auy
rate, as near as ho could toll, tho
firo broko out in a quantity of
woolon covorlots and blankets
stored near tho washstand in the
roar of tho storo. Ho did not
think tho olectrio light wires had
anything to do with it, as tho cur
rout had boon turned off at 0
Tho total loss by tho firo is es
timated to bo about 8-10,000. Tho
insuranco is $20,000 on tho stock
and S-1000 on the building, placed
in the Transatlantic aud North
Gorman iusuranco companies,
represented by II. Haokfold t Co.
AUiucuiYrimr. on ma-i.
Dotelopiueiit Ilclnrilotl by tlio Want
of Good Unmix.
J. O. Carter, Jr., who recently
returned from a trip to Maui,
speaks in glowing terms of tho
agricultural region from Makawao
to Ulupalakua, Kula district. Tho
corn and potatoos raised in that
section are of phenomenal size
and very fine in quality. Nearly
everything grows woll thoro but
tho district is especially adapted
to"7tho cultivation of vogotables
and grain. All it laoks is roads.
Tho moans of transportation aro
so meagre that it does not pay
settlors to plant their crops. Tho
state of affairs is tho samo as ex
ists on Hawaii whore tho oxcollont
uplands aro rendered valueless
except for grazing purposes bo
causo tho cost of bringing to mar
ket oxceous tlio value ot tho pro
ducts. Mr. Carter says tho corn
hi Kula grows so tall that riding
through the fields on horseback
one can scarcely see over tho top
of tho graiu. Tho yield, too, iB
prolific, tho ears being ot vory
largo size and woll filled. Pota
toes and othor vegetables aro ot
excellent quality. It is a pity that
hotter roads aro not built imme
diately. i.v Tin: 1'oi.ici: couut.
A Number of Opium OUVndcrM Oct
thu IIniiiiI I'lnc.
In tho District Court this morn
ing Judge Wilcox sentenced John
Malaia, Hoopii and Ah Poi to a
fino of 850 each aud costs for hav
ing opium in possession.
Tho caso of W. Blair charged
with an assault with a weapon
on Mrs. Honghtailing was uollo
F. Wagnor for furious
on a wheel had his trial sot for
Bo, whoso othor name is Charles
Thompson, was found guilty of
assault aud battery on L. Mitchol
and fined 2.
Macario Mondonca pleaded not
guilty to a charge of battering his
wife. Tho complaining witness
said sho was sixteen yoars old
and had been married to tho do
fondant about six wooks. Ho had
Blnpped hor because sho had re
fused to givo him fifty cents. Sho
gavo him forty which was all bIio
had. Tho defendant donied tho
testimony of his wifo nnd said ho
was woll ablo to support boras he
was earning S-lo per mouth as a
member of tho band. Judge
Wilcox found him guilty and
fined him S5 and costs, from which
judgment tho dofondant gavo
notice of appeal.
John MoLain received a pair
ot Australian skylarks ou today's
WITH THE HEALTH BOARD
I'lMHV.KOI.VCS AT Till; MM'.TtXd
lloiitlnn IlcjmrlM IW-utl mill Afcopted
Ilr. Iny Nmj ' .Hon Smnll-pox
t'nc4 Arc to lie l'..vpctcl.
President Emerson, Dr. Day
and Messrs Lansing and Keliipio
wore tho members of tho Board
of Health present at yesterday's
mooting, together with tho agent
Inspector Keliipio's report on
tho fish mnrkot showed tho re
ceipts of 93,780 fish during tho
wook, tho excess over tho avorago
being duo to a cargo of nkulo from
Dr. Day mado a verbal report
on tho condition of tho threo
small-pox patients at tho quaran
tine statiou and stated thoro wns
littlo danger of auy moro cases
Dr. Goodhue of the Koloa hos
.pital sout in n leport Bhowiug:
'Number of pationts in tho hospi
tal, April 1, 18, 2: number ot
patients since, 5; Ilnwaiiaus, 3,
foreigners, 2; payiug, 2; non-paying,
3; discharged, -1; in hospital,
1; number of calls for medicines,
20; no deaths.
Tho quarterly report from Mn
lulani hospital showed: Number
of patients in hospital March 31st,
18UC, 1-1; number received Biuce,
15; Hawaiians, 12; foreigners, 33;
paying, 29; non-paying, G; dis
charged, 'l-i died, 2; iu hospital,
13; number of calls, 5G.
Tho Secretary of tho board was
instructed to furnish Messrs. H.
Hnckfeld it Co. with information
desired coucorniug tho fumigat
ing plant in uso hero.
OUicial notification was mado
to tho board of tho death of
Judge Kukann iu Kalawao on
After tho usual secret session
with which it sooms impossiblo to
disponso tho board adjourned.
Tin: t'omir maui'iai..
Tlii-co WltiK'Mjes i:iiiiilneit nt I..U.I
Sergeant William Carlylo was
tho first witness examined at tho
Good court martial last night.
His testimony related to Captain
Good's opinion of Colonel Mc
Loan, tho "sailor drill" nnd tho
Privato Miller testified on tho
samo linos, with tho addition of
stating that on tho occasion oE
Captain Good's haranguo after
tho reduction of pay he had said
the government apparently had
tho samo opinion of tho military
as of prostitutes that thoy wero
Privato Buohanau was the last
wituosB, but his testimony con
tained nothing of importance
It is understood that tho matter
of tho anonymous lottor to tho
Prosidont and tho story of tho ab
straction of tho sight from ono of
tho field-piecos will bo gone into
this ovoniug nnd that Colonol Mc
Lean will bo tho star witnoss.
Tho public generally seems to
tako vory little interest in tho
Harry Walkor has removed his
cyclery to tho Masonic Tomplo
building, comer ot Alakea aud
Hotel Btreots. Ho has been ob
liged .to mako tho change in loca
tion on account of tho rapid iu
oroaso in his business. Tho
wheels ho is agent for nro nil of
excellent mako and up to dato
styles. Ho sold seven of them
this morning, besides taking in au
innumorablo number of repair
Sonttlo is fast becoming n groat
oity. Ono thing which makes it
famous is Seattle beer, which you
find at tho Criteriou. A good
thing always makes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
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