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Vol. 1. No..;305.
HONOLULU, H. L, MONDAY, JULY 27, 189G.
Piuos 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory ilay except Sunday at
G03 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, r.nywuero in tho Bn-
waiinn Islands 7f
Per Year..' " "
Per 'Year, postpaid to AmartcH,
Canaan, or Mturfco 10 07
Per Year, postpaid, othor 1'oroign
Couuttloo 13 00
Puynblo Invariably ItiiAdvnuco.
Telophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L RKNEY, Manager.
1 T. WATERHOUS
An inspector of forid is need
ed in estuMshruents whoro
fresh goods -are not .. always
found. No one but 'dealer in
inferior stuff would object to
it for tho reason that men wlio
raako a point of 'buying tho
best goods at figures within
t . ,r,hn rench ol tlio fivorace'Drefta-
.. . ..,
, - .rf
winner selln them so quickly
t that there is no .danger of
t, their spoiling.
We are making a specialty
tfof groceries, good groceries
nvhich we buy and toll cheap.
( Caro in the selection of them,
ino job lots left on the hands of
jjobbers, but good clean clear
out goods suitable for tho i best
class of people, but which wo
tsdll at prices within the reach
-dC-overy one. Our .reputation
for selling Day Goods cheap
extends from Niihnu to Hawaii;
it will bo no greater than the
record wo intend making for
selling groceries cheap. Our
stock comprises: Teas, Coffees,
Syrups, Honey, Jellies, Cross &
Blackwell's Jams, Sago, Ta
pioca, Saloon Bread, Fish in
tins, Suit Pork in riins for
family use, and the best 'varie
ties of tchcese.
Our stock is new and new
.goods axo received by ecrery
J. T. WATERI
Henry 3D avis,
I!20 Fort slrcot, nenr Merchant.
Cnstcm Bouse Broker and Statistician
.General Business Agent.
: Ktos oi' :
V Fresh Island Butter!
In Cold Btorngo, by
Tel. 225. 320 Fort Street.
-Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merchant and Klchards Sts.
LIVERY and BOARDING STABLES.
IST" CanltE!8, Burreys and HncUs at all
horns. TELEPHONE 490.
Heafth and Strength
VIIV TIIK USE OF
Jlr. Jt. A. dimming, t Yiirrmlllo,
Victoria, Amtralta, Sni
"About a year ago, I lind a severe
attack of Influenza, which loft mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or interest in life. Obtaining
little or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies rccom
monded to inc, I finally tried Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and from that time,
began to gain health and strength,
I continued tho treatment until
fully recovered, and now have- very
great pleasure- in telling my friends
of tho merits of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
and tho happy results of its use. I
consider It tho best blood-purlfler
Gold Medals nt the World's Chiel Exposition,
1 IVCmO nil 10 for Constipation
HI LI I O I ILLO and Blllousnoss.
Suyar-Coatod, Mild but Effective-
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
3olo Agenta for tho Kejmblio of Hawaii.
! WiWUMM !
Mortagco's ITotico cf Intention io Fore
close and of Sale,
In nrconlanrc villi tlic ;roIlotw Of (hat
certain moitfaso made by (i I). KI.AMA.(k),
ami KKAl.ALMNA, UU wife, to JOHN l'U
I.AA (k). datAil .MnvSS, 18SS. rcconlul In this
Itculstnir Oilko, Onlni, In I.Ibtir Uo, pp. 3S0
nud ;U0, nutt:u Is licrotiy Iven that said
mortK0K'' InU'inU to oreilfo the e.me for
conJItloulirokci, to wit, the non inyinuuto
both pilucli ftl nml Interest when cliiu.
Notice Is llli(,nlsu ivi that lifter the ex
plrutlnn of throa ttecl.s from this dntu the
property covered by said imirttr.tto - 111 be
udvertlscd for mlc nml Mill lie sold at public
miction ut tho miction looms ol James I".
j Morgan, UouoItUn, on Wednesday, August
Vi. IsOO, nt l!i o'clock noon of that day.
for inrlher iwruciiiur nppiy to J. J.
MiifloOii, iiitouiei i!or John 1'iil.ia, mortKai'c,
lloimlulii link-. Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July 20, lsW.
Tho property to io told U a follotr:
All that pleeo or parcel of land oltuatcd at
Ktimnken and Onnkanla, WalKIKI, Oahu,
described in Hoyal Ptteiit No. 2508, Kulcana
1530, to Kancauhll, caiitnlnlni: an area of fpur
anil 30-too acres. 850-td
ENOUGH 1'OR .
144 Men -
Tho 145th Man
gets left. . .
t3f Vour ouly chance; come and see 'em.
I, LEVIMSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
0J Shirts Madq jto Order.
a KM Sra r J6
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME
THE .KAlHCIl.ViflLIlA' TKl.U
imdlv m.n:,i n:.
T!o 'AtU'iitlniiro Llniltuil iifd tlic;
'inio n Tcrj mi Sldpit One
iltr.5r.in. SvviX More l'lacitcu.
There ia littlo to bi said about
tho ball .grwiQ ol lust SaUiiduy
afternoon. Tho Karanhamohns
woro.oimply oulclnnset! mv bJjouIc!
play KgnitiBt bohjo of tha school
leums'irjHtond of in n lcaguo yamo.
Following its unual custom the1
Bulletin gives tlio dotaila of tho
gnmo, ouch ns. it vub, tho score be
ing 17 'to 3 in. favor of tho' Stars.
Fiusx For tho Stars Willio
Wildor took first on u piuscd ball
nud third on anothor, "Willis got a
baso hit to centor and AVilder
came in. Willis stolo second.
Hart got to fiist ou a mull' aud
"Willis took third aud carao in ou
a passed ball. .Harry "Wildor got
n baso hit to right hold and
brought Hart in. Liahinan went
out ou a ily to conterfiold. Pryce
got a baso hit "Woods flow out to
iirst. 1osh How out to shortstop.
Makaimoku was first to the bat
for tho Kaias. lie took his placo
on balls and sccoud on n wild
pitch. Mehoula struck out, Koki
ilow out to tdioilbtop. 13ridges
fniled to boat tho ball to first.
Second Conradt was put out
at tho pinto, Willie "Wilder failed
to gel first. Willis wot tho sanio
Aki struck out, Itaunoi ilow out
to catcher, Lemon Hew out to
TlliltD Hart was struck by tho
ball aud took first, got second on
a passed ball and third on anothor,
Harry Wilder struck out. Lish
mnu Hew out to shortstop. Pryce
took threo babes on a hit to right
field aud Hart cumehome. Woods
got first on a mull' liy second mid
Pryco came homo. Woods stolo
secoud and took third on a passed
ball. Ross got first and Woods
came home on a mutt by Kaanoi.
Conradt got a two-beggor and
Ross got third. W. Wilder failed
to got first.
Puhuu took his baso ou 'balls.
Ahia flow out to right field, Pa
hau was put out trying to steal
Becoud. Mehoula failed to reach
Fourth Willis ilow out to
centor field. Hnrt failed to got
first ou a drive to second. Harry
Wilder failed to make first.
Moheula got in a good hit for a
starter, Koki fniled to rench first
.but Moheula made his second.
Bridges was put out at first but
Mehoula camo homo ou au over
throw from first to third. Aki
failed to make his first.
Fifth Lishman flow out to
floooud. Pryce fiow out to pitcher.
Woods mado a fine two-base hit to
right field. Ross failed to get
Kannoi got second on a muff by
loft field and was put out trying
to stcnl thvrd. Lemon struck out.
Pahau Xniled to mako first.
Sixth Conradt failed to got
first. Willio Wilder got becoud
on nn error by short stop. Willis
got first aud Wilder third. Wildor
camo homo on u steal, Hnrt got
a huso hit nud took third on wild
throwing. Harry Wildor struck
out, Lisliman got firnt ou a ily to
conter field and Hart cumo home,
Pryco fuiled to got first.
Ahia failed to mako Cr6t, Maka
imoku ilow out to loft hold. Mo
heula got his base, Koki failed to
Seventh Woods got a two-base
hit to contor field. Ross got first
and Woods camo homo. Oouradt
failed to reach first. Willio Wil
dor got a two baggor and Ross
camo homo. Willis fiow out to
center fiold. Hart got to first and
Willio came home. Hart stolo
secoud and third and came
homo on Huiry Wilder's baso hit.
Lishman got first. Pryco failed
to make his base.
Bridges got second on n hit to
right hold, Aki ilow out to loft
fiold. Kaanoi got first on a muff
by Hurt, Bridges got third on a
p.-.pptl ball, and Bridges camo
homo ou a wild throw by catcher.
Lmnmi struck out. Robert Pahau
Elorr'H Wood" ot a bnso hit
and Ktole Bccond. l!u Hew out to
first, Conradt got first on a muff
by shortstop nml Woods wMit to
tiiird. Courndt stole ppcnml, Wil
lie Wihk'V took first on balls. Wil
lis tool: thud on hit nmuVd
by shortstop an i nil t!ir." rnino
in. U.rt got his b u-o and Willis
came liouin. ilntt was put out at
second. Harry Wilder failed to
Ahh Trot first, Mnkairao'm " t
first ti'id HPcond on a wild throw
to fiift, Ahia being put out at
second, Moheula took his base on
balls, Koki was put out at first,
Bridges took his base ou balls.
Aki flow out to centorfield.
Ninth LiBhman flew out to
shortstop. Pryco failed to got
first, Woods took first ou balls,
Ross flew out to right fiold.
Kaanoi ilow out to loft fiold and
Lemon to lir-l. Pnhmi made a
baso hit nud ott.le second and
third, nud camo homo on a wild
throw. Makuimoku flow out to
Following is the score by in
nings: 1 2 3--1 5 0 7 8 9
.303000 -1 4 0-17
.incur iiavi: itr.i.v m:ioi;s.
Yoimv: .Tiii iriHtlPiii'it ttinlvi- tlio
lii'cls of a Oar.
A very singular and whnt, )ro
mised to bu a serious accident oc
curred upuu the Berotnnia street
tram line last evening. Tho 9:23
p. m. car was bowling along when
a Japanese boy, apparroutly nbout
nine years of ago, boarded it. Ho
was bound for tho beach aud
wanted w transfer to the King
street line, tendering a nickel iu
payment. Tho driver refused,
claiming that there wore no trans
fors given, aud an altorcation
aro which terminated in tho
1 boy f.uhngoll.thocnr.lho young
lad foil under the tram aud his
i body was run over by both
wheels. The passengers of course
supposed him to have- been killed;
SNAPSHOT Ol' INTEltlOlt OP THAM.
one young lndy fainted and sover
al othurs set up u screoching that
could be heard for sovoral blocks.
Tho car itself was thrown from
tho track nud it required tho
assistance of all tho mule passou
gors to get it back on again. Mr.
Norrio, editor of tho Indopeudout,
was ou board and immediately
sprang to th assistance of tho
unforluuato youth, dragging him
out of further danger and starting
to convey him to the nearest doc
I Jack Luons drovo by at this
: juncture and Chester Uoylo, no
' companied by a lady, passed in a
f buggy at tho samo time. Doyle
whipped up his norm's and unshed
off to summon assistance, while
Mr. Lucas took tho body of tho
unfortunate iotim into his brake.
A physician was reached iu a few
moments anil upon examination
it trnnspited that the youth was
tho famous ludia rubber boy trom
Tokio, who, having boon raised
entirely on tho milk fiom tho In
dia rubber tree, was entirely un
injured. This is a companion
story to that of tho mystorious
lady who patrols graveyards,
which appeared in tho Advortisor
Tho doath-ratc of tho sailors in
the mercantile marine is twolvo
per 1000- lower than on laud.
MURDERED FOR A STAPilP
A HVO-CKT 'SIlNSlOXVIlY"
omisj: or mi: chi.iii:.
Vnlni'il lit Tho 'MioiMiinil Dnllnrs nml
IheiHW) S-n-i-liiiirii in tlif IJrciU
Ctly of PitrN.
A rucoul ai ticlo in a Coast paper j
was devoted to an account of sev
eral murders which have taken
place iu tho last few yenrs, the
motive of which' has been proven
to bo solely tho possession of cer
tain rare aud vaiuablo postauo
stumps. Among the four murders
of which an account is given, one
will bo of special interest from tho
detective skill shown iu tho arrest
of tho murdoror and tho fact that
tho solo motive of tho crimo was
n two cent Hawaiian stamp of tho
issue of 1852, known as tho mis
sionary stamps. Tho account of
tho crime is given below:
'Paris was tho scouo of a most
startliug tragedy about four years
ago, aud for which tho inciting
cause was tho overwhelming de
sire to possess a single philatelic
gem of tho first water. It Avas en
acted early in Juno, 1892, in tho
Rue do Poissou, whou GaBtou
Loroux, a philatelist, well kuowu
in tho cfly, was found dead in his
apartments. With a great gash in
his throat through which his life
had flowed away. It was a crime
that lon puzzled tho authorities.
"Leroux lived alone, was wealthy,
had fow callers aud, as far us any
ono know, iutorostcd himself iu
nothing except tho collecting of
stamps. For many years an old
woman had boon accustomed to
look after his rooms overy morn
ing. On that Juno morning whon
she reached tho apartments she
went in by a roar door, as was her
habit, and began to dust. It was
uot until she had furbished up
two rooms and reachod tho third
that sho came upon the body of
tho murdered man and fled with a
cry of terror.
''The polico woro puzzled by tho
crimo fiom tho start. Thcro
seoined no motive. Although
thoro was a largo amount of
money in the rooms nono seemed
to have been taken. In a dosk
closo besido where tho body lay
there was a small drawer partly
open, showing several pieces of
gold coin aud a diamoud-studded
watch. This showed tho motive
could not havo boon robbery. Nor
could tho police find that the man
hail a singlo enemy.
"When tho fact of the murder
became known to tho public ono
of tho first porsons to hurry to tho
houso was Hector Giroux. Ho
admitted readily enough that ho
had called on tho dead man tho
uight before and found him iu
"Tho bast detectives iu Paris
woro put on tho caso. It was ono
of these, a week after tho murder,
who found a possible motivo for
tlio murdor. In looking oyer tho
index in tho album coutaining tho
collection of stamps all were ac
counted for but ono. That was a
Hawaiian two-cont stamp of tho
1852 issue, known as tho mis
siouary stamps. At that timo
this stamp was 'quoted at S2000.
Tho detective searched overy shop
iu tho city whoro such a stamp
would bo likely to bo sold.
"Finally suspicion foil on
Giroux, when it was found that
hi, too, was an enthusiastic phil
atolist. Through tho ordiuary
chauuols tho detective secured an
introduction to this man under
tho guiso of a stamp collector.
For months he watched and wailed,
bocorniug in time tho closo friend
aud companion of Uiroux. Ouo
night the nowly mado friend of
Giroux turned tho conversation
on tho subject of Hawaiian Btamps
and tho missionary stamps in
particular, Of theso there nro
but threo denominations 2 cout,
5 cent and 13 cent, tho rarost Do
ing tho 2 cent. In a burst of en
thusiasm Giroux exhibited one of
tho 2 cent denomination.
Ho was arrested the next day
for tho Loroux murdor, after the
pi oof had been obtained thnt
thoro was only ono specimen of
the stamp moutioncd in Paris. The
ovidonco was circutntantial, but
Giroux was a novice in crimo, aud
confcrised that he had killed his
friend nftor ho had refused to sell
him tho Hawaiian stamp, which
ho needed to complete tho set of
tho issue to which it belonged.
Tin: oo fomiT xaktiai..
I In- I'roM-cutiuii J'iiiiittcn and Hit- !
IciiRo X 3olii; On.
Some material progress was
made in tho Good court "mar tiol
on Satuidoy evening, as tho pro
secution closed after A. St. M.
Mackintosh, Captain Ziegler,
Lieutenunt Ludowig, Sergeant
Woathorby aud Captain McCarthy
For tho defonso Sergeant Tay
lor and Privatos Scott, Barry and
Winau woro examined and the
court thon adjourned until this
evening at tho samo hour and.
NA.tlll WltONULY rsr.D.
Editoi: Bulletin: I see my
namo moutioncd nt n meeting?
hold on tho proyipus ovoning, ns
an officer of a so called, Cosmo
politan Industrial Lcnguo. I
wish to state that 1 know nothing
of any such mooting, nor do 1
know of the cxistonco of any such
organization. '' I am attending
strictly to my own business, nnd
wish others would do likewise, as
I havo given no ono authority to
use my namo for any such pur
pose. Hoping you will kindly
insert this iu tho columns of your
valuable paper, aud greatly oblige,
F. H. Redwam).
I'laxlor Crnckoi! Alremly.
The hard finish plastor undor
uenth tho gallory of tho Opera
House on both sides is cracked,
badly already. It is no fnult of
tho plaster evidently, as it iu per
fect underneath tho middle of tho
gallory. Thero is no support to
the narrow oxtousion of tho gal
lery leading to tho upper pro
scenium boxes, and tho presump
tion is that this part of the
structuro has sagged. Either that
or tho side walls of tho building
- - ..
At Uuiliiit Mimr.
Following is tho program for
tho Emma square concort tonight
by thoGovoruiuout baud:
0erturf I'oet and Fi-aant Suppc
Vnmphrafc Hmueroi's Cuiiulowers....
Selection JiTUHalcm Verdi
OUlNunl, Holu Walmea, LIU Knl Ohclo.
TAUT II. "Iff
Medley I'lanlatlou Bones Coter'no
I'ollio Squeeze Caeoy
Djncc Cocoauut Herman '
Wulti Mhkeo Island Herder
1'roT. KiMibvlo'N Trl.
Profossor Koobole returned yes
terday from his trip to Kilnuea
plantation, Kauai, whoro an in
sect pest was reported to bo de
stroying tho cane. Ho found tho
pest to bo the aphis; but upon in
vestigation it was discovered that
colouios of lady birds had almost
entirely cleaned it out.
Wnniliif; ( Honolulu Liiillm.
An Englishwoman, coasting
down tho Btoop hill above Dover,
lost control of hor bicyolo and ran
into a rogimont of voluuteors re
cently, but n sorious acoidout was
avoided by hor colliding firbt with
tho big drum.
Extonsivo ropairB havo beou
made at tho Reform school. A.
partition now soparates tho young
boys from tho older oneo in tho
dormitory, tho building has been
ropaiutod, and a now fence Greet
ed in tho roar. Thoro nro forty
boys iu tho institution, a larger
number than for Boveral yeaie.
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