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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day excopt Snndny nt
COO Kinp Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhero In tho Hn
wallnn Islands ."-"
Por Year. - "
'Per Year, postpaid to Aruoncii,
Canada, or Mexico KWii
'Por Yoar, poatpiild, olhor Foreign
Countrios 13 00
l'nynfalo Iuvnrlnlilv In Advance.
..Telephono 2SG. P. O. Box 83.
B. .. FINNEY, Manager.
1 1 WATERHOUSE
Aniiusneeor of food is need
ed in - establishments where
fresh .goods nro not alwnys
'found. ''No ouo but a dealer in
unfonor stuff would object to
-it fur the reason that men who
make a point of buying the
lbost goodo at figures within
'the roach of the avorngo bread
winner sells them so quickly
that there is no danger of
1 . We are making a specialty
of groceries, good groceries
wVhich we buy and fell cheap.
fCnro in the selection of them,
no job lots left on tho hands of
jdbbers, but good clean clear
cut goods suitable for tho best
class of people, but which we
sell at prices within the rench
of -ovory none. Our reputation
for .selling Dry Goods cheap
extends from Niifcau to Hawaii;
it wall be no greater than the
recoerd Ave intend making for
selliiig groceries cheap. Our
stock comprises: Teas, Coffees,
Syrups, Honey, Jellies, Cress &
Black well's .Jams, Sago, Ta
.pioca, Saloon Bread, Fish in
reins, SaJt Pork in tins for
family use, and the best varie
ties of cheese.
Our stock is now end new
goods are received 'by every
IN THE OIKCUIT COURT, FIRST OIR
I mut. Hawaiian Inlands. In tbo matter
of tho Ktate of MaU.1, Mai j . Clam, Unity,
Thos.F., Anna and John Ena Jr., minors On
reading sad filing tho petition of Jolm Ena,
the guard an of" the said .Mabel, Mnry, Cltrn,
Daisy, TAam 1'., Anna and Jolm Ena Jr ,
minors, puiIng forun ordtrof salo of certain
leal eiitato belonging to tlio eald wards situ
ate at Mukto and Kapaka, Koolauloa, O.iliu,
xncl setting forth certain legal reasons w liy
such real esta'.o (should bo sold.
It Is hcieby ordered, that tho next ofl.ln.of
the said wards and nil persons Interested in
tlia tnld estate, appear before this Court oc
FRIDAY, the ?th day ol AugnH, A. I). ISOU,
at 10 o'clocl; n. , ut tho court room ol thU
Court, In Honolulu, thin and there to Aiuv;
e-auMHhyau order should not be grauieil
jur u sniu ot sueii omuic.
I)d Honolulu, II. I., July 21, lb'Ji).
By tlio Court:
A. S. IliMi'iniins, Attorney. Siii-it
IX THE OntOUIT COURT, FIRST
I Circuit, of tho Hawaliau Iblauds. In
iho mattu'( the Estato of James 0 Luiio.
On loading ami filing the petition of John
C. Lane, llw Guuidiau of suid Jatuoii C.
L&up, a nou compos mentis, praying for nn
order of salo of cortain real estuto belong
ing to buii'. ward nltuato at Mukao and
Knpakn, Koolaulon, Oahu, and bolting
forth certain legal reasons why buck leal
estato Hkoulcl ho gold.
It ij hereby orderod, that tho next of kin
of tbo said ward, and all portions interested
in tho fluid estato, appear before thU Court
on FRIDAY, tho 7th day of August, A. D.
181)11, at 10 o'clock, a m at the Court
room of thin Court, in Honolulu, thon and
there to hIiow ami ho why un order nhould
not bu granted for tho salo of hitch totalo,
Unteil Honolulu, II. I., July 2t, 1800.
Uy tho Court i
A. H. IIi'Miiiitf.VH, Attornoy, :I0U-It
J. I. WATERHOUSE
flyer's Cherry Pectoral
AVIll roliovo tho most dis
tressing cough, sootlio
tho inlluincd membrane,
loosen tho phlegm, ami
SlWERS' ll,uuco rciresiunj; sleep.
9p Tor tlio euro of Croup.
"Whooping Cough, Soro
Throat, and all lliu pul
monary troubles to which
tho young tire so liable,
thero Is no other remedy so effect
A Record of nsnriy 60 years
Gait! Medals at tho World's Cliiel Expositions.
tnr Tin tramp. Ai-r'n ln-rry Ictcrnl,
In innmliii'tii on tun wriiiiii mid Is blown
In th? -,'l.m ut null liottle. TaUe no cheap
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
lolo AgenU for tlio Bcpublio of Hawaii.
!crtg3d'a Hotico of Intention to Fore
close and of Salo.
In accordance villi the provisions of that
certain renrtiraue maile liy (J. 1). KXAMA (k)j
ami KKAl.AL.WreA, hH wife, to JOHN 1'U
LAA (k). dated May SS, 183S recorded In the
KeirtsinrOlllco, Oahu. In Liber llo.pp :u
and WMI, mil lev I hrrelv iriUMi that snlil
mortgagee Intends to foreclose tho sumo for
condition broken, to wit, tlio non payment of
uuiu pnneip.ii ami uiierese wucii iiuu.
Notice Is llkonlsc ulvcn that after IhocX'
pi rail on of three weeks from this dato tho
property cm cred by said mortgage will ho
adertltW for sale and will be Bold at public
auction ai mc aiicunn rooms ol James .
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday, August
Li, ls3, at IS o'clock noon of that day.
Tor further particular apply to J. A.
Magoott, attorney lor John Puluu, mortxaj;ec,
Honolulu Hale, Stcrdiant strict.
Dated Honolulu. July '0, Is'JO.
The property to be sold Is os follow s:
All that piece or parcilof land sltuatid at
Kapxal.ca and Opuhaala, WalUll.l, Oahu,
dc-inb.id m Itojal Patent No. 'J00S, Kulcana
15't', to KaneaiihU, ojutalnlni; an art.a of four
and h()- loo acres. UoU-td
ENOUGH POE . .
Tho 145th Man
gets loft. . .
1ST" Vour only chance; come nnd see 'cm.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Waverloy Block', Hotol Street.
gg Shirts Made to Order.
320 Tort Htroot, near llorchant.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
Of J t
I'Aimu.vN.s -vitm:is a wi:iki
A ?Inu Ih r'uipciulril I'rnm n SoallolU
I1ilri'ii Inj nt lliu Von
Tho Pnrismns nro now delight
ilia HlOiriHftlvPK tltli rrtr nntnrlnln.
mont whicli probubly npjiortlitpj
tliwir Ishto nlore Btrotigly llmirt
uuythitig tlifly hnvo over aeen.
A man hnnged himself Dy tho
neck for thirteen dtiyB nt tho con
cert Duclorc. Tho exhibition wne
bo popular that tho public nnd tho
maunger insisted tlint tho tirtist
should renew tho performnuco,
nnd bo ho is now hanging himself
Tho hanging man bears tho
nnmo of IXiraud, and is n natives
of Marseilles. His porformnnco
nppears principally due to a
phenomenal Btrongth of neck.
There is littlo doubt thnt nn
ordinary man would bo killed by
it. An old faBhioned gibbet, taste
fully decorntod with crnpe, was
placed at the back of tho Btago of
tho concert hall. Durand was
hanged by a stout rope, tho strnin
being borno nlmostentiroly by his
jaws. Tho ropo was arranged bo
as not to choke him.
Durnnd was raised high in tho
nir, nud there appenred to bo no
other means of support beyond
tho ropo undor his jaws. Tho
regulnr partormauco of tho con
cert wont on ns usual bnforo him,
nnd tho singers nud humorists
found him a vory useful and
moral object on which to hang
their gags. Tho fact that in
French tho word "depeudro"
nieuiiB to 'unhung," nnd "to de
pond," furnished a large number
Tho hanging was uninterrupted
for thirteon days. Durand took
drink and food whilo suspended
from his gibbet. Ho was decided
ly tomperato both in eating nud
drinking. The npectators derived
much pleasure and entertninmout
from drinkin,: to his health, but
ho did not reciprocate. "When
Durand descended from hisgibbot
tho attendance was ouormous.
The groat event took placo at mid
night precisely. Tho preparations
began amid a storm of cheers and
playful comments. Tho specta
tors sang a l of rain: "Dopondra,
dopondra pas," to tho air of "Los
At a signal from tho manager a
stopladdor waB brought and
placed under Durand. Ho rested
his feet on it with an evident ex
pression of relief. Tho ropo by
which ho had been hanging was
removed by assistants and lie
stopped feebly down the ladder to
tho ground. Ho sank into an
armohnir and lay for a minute in
a stupefied condition. Thon ho
took from his valet a glass of
liquor spocially prepared for him
and roused himsolf. Supported
by tho valet and tho managor ho
walked among tlio spectators,
bowing right and left. After that
ho disappeared through a door to
tako a much needed rest in bed.
Meanwhilo, his apsistauta Fold
the ropo by which ho hud hnngt'd
at auction, and obtained a consid
erable sum of money.
To one of tho loportors who
talked with him Durand eaid:
"I was suro of myself. I hud
tried the trick for eight days in
my own room, and know just what
I could do."
"How do you feol?" naked tho
"I am tired. It was a long
"Did you fool much pain?"
"Yes. During tho first live duyB
I had crampB in my stomach.
Thon I Buffered but httlo oxcopt
during tho evening, and that was
on account ot tho musio and tho
heat." Now York Journal.
Itov, Mr. Peak will pronuh nl
both HOfvicuH of tlio MothodiHl
Thi building of tho now hotol
hni been decided on by tho poo
ulo at tho head of tho present Ililo
Hotol Company, ltwillbobogun
in tho immediate future. Tho
hotel will be erectid iu the roar of
tho i)rftint structure, Tim lanai
in front will bn about tiffy foot
horn tln back of tho present
The n pw edilico will bo two I
stories high and contain t-xonly-fonv
apartments Iipsides parlor
ii.id ntii-r necessary appundices. '
Tho building will bo in tho ehapo I
of an L, tho dining and culinary
apartments running to the rear of
tho main building. Twolvo cot
tages, six on oithor sido of tho
hotol, will bo erected and tised in
conjunction with tho main build
ing. Thd grounds iu front will bo
romodolled and enlarged and a
beautiful gaulen will bo kept. A
band stand will also bo erected on
tho grounds and tibed by the local
bands in giving weekly concerts.
Tho now hotol will probably bo
finished by Novomber or Decem
ber of this your and-will bo ready
for business by tho now yoar.
Upon its completion tho presout
structuro and other buildings will
bo romovod. Hilo Tribune.
Meiitciinnt I, tIicrN .IIIimIiiii.
Lieutenant Laskorof tho Adams
is in San Francisco on a peculiar
mission, says Tho Call. His wife
accompanies him, and, whilo ho
is apparently on "sick leave," it is
known that ho is on "recruiting
soivice." Over a scoro of men
have deserted, and tho vessel is
short handed. Some of tlio do
sorters camo up on sailing ships,
nud tho Aloha had two of them
when she arrived in port a few
days ago. Tho .J. G. North had
Boverai, and tho Alduu Besso nnd
Bobeit Lowers had one or two
more. All in all, the crow of tho
Adams seems to bo moro thau dis
contented, judging by latest ac
counts. At ITInht'o InIiiiiiI.
Tho regular Sunday afternoon
concoit at Makoo Island takes
plnco tomorrow at 3 o'clock. Tho
program is bolow:
The Old Hundred.
Oierturc Son and Strainer.... Mendelssohn
llallad '1 ho 1'almn Faure
Andante Flttli 8 in plumy Ilecthoeu
Selection 1. Murtlrl Donlrettl
Overture Mozart Sn iipo
llallad Morning IleethiiYcn
Selection A6torir Ahcrt
At i:iuiun Square.
Tho band will play at Emma
Squaro this afternoon at '1:150 with
the following program:
March Honey moon Itosencr
Overt uro Jolly Students Suppo
Waltz Laura Mlllockcr
Selection Kahucoo Vcrdl
Waltz I'aradUo of tho l'acilic Merger
I'olkn Niiuanu Valley Ilergcr
ilio Court .llarlliil.
Captain Zieglor and Lieutenant
Coyno wero tho principal wit
nesses nt tho sitting of tho Good
coin t nun tial last ovoning. Their
testimony, as that of sevoral oilier
witnesses who yoro examined, ro
liitud to tho dinappoaranco of tho
sight of tho Austrian field pieco
nnd its recapitulation would bo
l'rril lliu NeriitM
Upon pure, rich hlnod and ou need not fear
ueivous prostrations. Ncncs are ucuk
lien 11k j aru luipiopcrly and lniiilllckiilly
uoiirUhiil. Pure blood U their proper food,
nud pure hlood comes liy taMiic Hood's Sar
saparllhi, which Is thus the gnatcst ami k-t
neru Ionic. It alo linlliU up the whole hj.
Hooii'h Viu.it aro tho lavorlte family eatli
artlc, easy tu take, easy to operutu.
Thoio is a hitudsomo pieco of
property, 70x100 foot, on tho cor
nor Prosiioot and Uackfold Htrools,
It is all fonced ready for building
and wator pipos are laid on. Ihi
(luiroof II. M, Dow.
coiti:i: 'i. wrr.ns i.imkn i a
TALK I'ltOlf .IOSI.IM3 .TJ A UXIMIN.
Sir. Jiiiil.lua li?i.ti it I.icr on
t'ullri) IMuittlii In MoIc-4Hiiii
ItllM'llHll dull I'oriiK'il.
A private lottor to a momber of
tho Bulletin's stafV from Ohm
district contains tho following
items of nows:
A mooting of tho Olaa ColTeo
Association was hold at tho Moun
tain View Uouso last Saturday
evening for tho purpoao of intro
ducing Hon. Josoph Marsden,
Commissioner of Agriculture, to
tho membors, and transacting
other business. Eight now mem
bers wero elected. Mr. Junkius
read au able papor on "Coll'eo
Growing in Mexico," after which
Mr. Marsdon addressed tho mem
bers and, in tho language of tho
Bulletin's informant, "gavo us a
good talk, making suggestions
and answering questions." Mr.
MarBdou's talk was vory much
appreciated and tho membors
would liko to see him oftenor.
Boforo adjourning a new consti
tution and by-laws wero adopted
Tho association is in a flourish
ing condition. Its objocts and
aims aro similar to thoso ot the
Hawaiiau Plauter's Association of
this city, and it bids fair to bo
como of equal importance.
After tho business of tho coffee
planters was over, a mooting of
tho sporting element was called,
which resulted in tho organiza
tion oE tho Olaa Baseball club.
Mr. Aborcrombio was olected
mauagor and Mr. Supo captain.
Tho club will practice every Sun
day until they got iu shape, when
thoy propose to go down and pro
porly do up tho Ililo teams.
Tho woalhor has been oxcop
tioually lino in tho daytimo with
moro or less rain at night.
Manson ifc Co. hnvo completed
the erection of a three-roomed
cottago, 20x21, and havo cleared
off land enough for a gardon at
thoir new placo on tho Bido road
at tho 1GA mile post. They will
commoucd clearing for coffeo
plnntiug noxt Monday. Messrs.
Johnson and Thaanum, who aro
in charge of tho placo, ore sur
prising overyouo by thoir energy
Mr. lthoiuhardt has twenty five
acres of three-year-old coffee on
the adjoining place which is look
ing well. It takes soveral men all
their time to keep tho woods down,
From all accounts tho prospects
of tho coffeo planters in the Olaa
district wero novor brightor than
IIIK Til 19IWA1 S COMPANY.
Ao Clinuiro lu till ClmrKCN on tlio Xiiii
iiiiii Hired Hue.
Tho recent decisions of tho Sup
remo Court in the tramway casos
havo had no effect ns yet and
doublo faro was being collected on
tho Nuuanu and Punahou lines as
URiial this morning. Passengors
aro still compelled to Buffer tho
incouvenionco and loss of timo in
changing cars at Queon and Fort
At 11 o'clock this morning n
Bulletin roportor questioned ouo
of tho drivers at the last named
locality and was told that no
orders had boeu issued to tho
drivers and no system of transfers
established as far as he know.
His ordor.H woro to collect live
conts from ouch passongor on
Fort Btroot whothor tho passongor
camo down on tho connecting car
ft om Nuuanu strcot or not. lu
answer to a question ns to what
ho would do with u man who got
oil' a Nuuanu Htroot car and
boarded his car at Fort stroot and
rofusod to pay an oxtra faro, his
aiiHwer was short and swoot. It
was "Kiro liini off."
Mr. G. K. Agassi., grandson of
tho profound student of natural
history, Prof. Louis Agassiz, and
son of Prof. Alexander Agassiz of
Harvard, left on the Mouowni for
tho States after a visit of sevoral
weeks, during which timo ho in
spected tho orators of Kilauoa and
JIaloakala. Apropos uf somo em
phatic reman.-, cuiie'orniiig tho
Utter depravity of tho Hawaiian
mosquito, tho visitor was told tho
story of the introduction of mosqui
toes into these islands by a whal
ing vessol, whoso water butts
would have been declared contra
band by Prof. Koobolo. Mr.
Aoassiz smiled n rmint. nmiln ntwl
delivered himself as follows:
lhat captain must havo been a
most romarkablo man. I havo just
roturncd from a long trip through
tho South Seas and ovory group
of islands has its legond of tho
whaler and mosquitoos. Ho must
havo had au incubator on board
and made it his life work to dis
Boraiuato tho insects throughout
tho lougth and breadth ot tho
WJIAKIf A.M WAIlKllOlINi:. '
Uuod OpiMirtiuiltr Tor a Cniltnllit to
Turn ocr .iloucy.
Apropos of the woird wail in
tho Advertiser this morning rola
tivo to tho need of boltor harbor
facilities, lack of wharf frontago
and so forth, tho attontiou ot thoso
interested in shipping is called to
tho fact that a six years' lease of
Emmos' wharf, ono of tho ohlost
and best wharves on tho ater
trout, is for sale. This pieco of
property is nbout G50 feet loug by
200 foot wido and has a doop wator
frontago of about lpOO feet. It is
located on Quhuu and Maunakea
streets and is easy of access. It
cou tains n warehouse, a boat
builders' Bhop and two lima kilns.
It is solidly built of rock and
coral and can bo put into first
class shapo with littlo expense.
Thowarohouso facilities need ex
tension and anyono could easily
got back tho money laid out in
one year, from warehouse charges.
to micci:i:i T11K MO.-VOWAI.
lint' Xfiv Stcniucr Ordered liy
Union Mnui!il iniiiuiy.
In an account of four now
Btoamships to bo piocured by tho
Union Steamship Company,
printed in a Sydnoy papor, tho
following occurs: --
Tho well-Jctiown firm of Donny
Bros., Dumbarton, received nn
ordor to build n fine new stonm
ship for tho San Francisco trade.
Her dimensions aro to bo 350 ft.
by -11 ft. by 34 tt. She is to .havo
an ocean speed of 1G knots per
hour. Her gross tonnago will bo
-1700 tous, and sho will have supe
rior accommodation for 250 saloon
and 1C0 Btoorago passengers, and
will bo fittod with tho electric
light and all modorn require
ments. On hor arrival tho II. M.
S. Mouowni, now performing tho
Borvico, will bo roplaccd in tho in
Notol Alimlcul Iiiitriimciil.
Tho now piano at tho Hawaiian
Nows Co.'s is a wonderful affair.
It is a sweet toned and strong in
strument and beautifully eased.
Tho woudorful part of it, however,
lies in tho great variety of instru
ments it can bo mado to imitate
Thoro are four pedals, by tho pro
per operation of which, with tho
loot, tho piano becomes a guitar,
mandolin, zither, bauJQ, harp,bay
pipes, etc. It is said that au in
ventor generally has wheels ill his
head. If this bo tho caBo tho
fortunato Chicago individual who
thought out all tho mechanism
connected with this piano must
havo carried arouud tho ily wheel
of a Corliss engine.
Clearance salo of latest stylos of
ladies' hats at Mrs. lliuma's,
Two weeks only,
' ' '4wt l&tf vllS