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Vol. 1. No. 3G8.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day cxcop Snndny ntr
G09 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anyrvboro in the Tln
waiinn Islands ft 73
, Prr Year.
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Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
I'uynblo Invnrlnlilr lit Adviineo.
Tolophono 250. P. p. Box 89.
B. L. FIN HEY, Manager.
An inspector of food is need
ed in establishments where
fresh goods nro not always
found. No ono but a dealer in
inferior stulF would object to
"; it for the reason that men who
make a point of buying the
best goods at figures within
. p the reach of the average bread
winner sells them so quickly
ihat thoro is no danger of
f their spoiling.
We -are making a specialty
of groceries, good groceries
which wo buy and toll cheap.
Care in .the selection of them,
no job lots left on the hands of
I jobbers, but good clean clear
ki ' ? cut goods suitable for the best
, class of people, but which wo
' sell at prices within the reach
of every one. Our reputation
for selling Dry Goods cheap'
MjjLoxtends from NijhRtrto lTiTwaii;
I it will be no greater than the
j . record we intend making for
selling groceries cheap. Our
stock comprises: Teas, Coffees,
Syrups, Honey, Jellies, Cross &
, Blackwell's Jams, Sogo, Ta-
' pioca, Saloon Bread, Fish in
tins, Salt Pork in tins for
family use, and the best varie
ties of cheese.
Our stock is new and new
goods arc received by every
J. I. WATERHQUSE
Mortagoo's ITctico of Intontion to Fore
close and of Sale
In accordance with tlio provisions of that
certain mortitnso tnnde by 0. Ii. KI.AMA (),
and KKALALAlNA, Ills wlfo, to JOHN t'U
I.AA (k), dated May as, 1884, recorded In tlio
Heelstrar OUlce, Oahu, In Liber llo, pp. itt'J
and 830, notlco Is lieruby given that said
mortgagee Intunda to foreclose tlio sumo for
condition broltcu, to wit, the non ptyment of
both prluclpul and Interest wben due.
Notlco la llkevlso ulveu that after ihe ex
piration or tlirco weeks from tills date the
property covered by said mortifiigo will bo
advertised for sale and will be sold at public
auction at the miction rooms ol James F.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday, August
13, lbOO, nt 12 o'clock noon of that day.
For further particulars apply to J, A.
Maroon, attorney for John Pulaa, mortgagco,
Honolulu Hale, Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July 20, 1B00.
The property to bo sold Is as follows:
All that piece or parcel of land situated at
Kapaukun mid Opukanla, WuIMM, Oiihu,
dueerlbed in llii)iil Patent No. sails, Kuleaua
15.'l. to Kaneauhll, containing an urea of four
and SO-loo acres. SSU-td
A Lady's Bicycle !
KeurlyNowj Up-to-date I'attorn, in
OF Apply at Wooton's Woyclo Kepair
Shop, King street, 'iitur Alukeu. 30(l-ut
Ki... jj 1
ciij cor. vnrv.TioN,
Cure SlCt; HEADACHE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good icr the Stomach,
Good for the Liver,
Good for the Bowels.
THERE ARE NO OTHER PILLS
SO COOP AS
Highest Awards nt tho World's
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
3olo Agenta for tho llepnblio of Hawaii.
A GREAT INVENTION
Movort itself nbout yourLawu. Travels
in n Htralght lino or a circlo Stops nutoui
Ullonlly. Uct fur lllijr iougth of !.
tZzT No such Sprinkler hoi ovor been
placed on tho market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
- Tolophono 20.
Ketail Their . . .
. . . Large Stock
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
320 Fort Btreot, near Morchnnt.
Custom House Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1896.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
i'itou:i:iNu.H at nit: wckulv
Iloiillun minrl Itoiiil-Ituth Hoiico
lor tliu l.i-iicr SviiIuiiiciii Ortti-ret!
IC n I 111 t i:licrliiiciiliil Stnlloii.
Aitornt-y Ciouurnl Hmith occu
pied iiii usuul poniliun iirofii
dont of tlit .Bonrdyf Tlfnlth at llu
meeting ostcnlay u!!i wioon, tjn
otlior uiOuiLeiHin'osnut betngjiJih-.
WooU. and Emerson, T. 1 Lans
iug aud 1). Keliipio.
After tho routiuo lmsincss of
reading the miiiutos and various
reports of officials was finished
tho matter of a bath houso for tho
lopor settlomont was brought up,
aud it TvaB decided to have Super
intendent Meyor and Dr. Olivor
arrange suitable plans. Tho erec
tion of a shed at tho lauding was
Action on tho charges of mul
practiuo biought ugainst C. T.
Akaua wns again deferred.
Dr. "Wood called tho attention
of thaliourd to certain mattors at
the experimental Btation and Ka
piolam Homo for girls, and pre
sident Smith said ho would make
tho necessary investigations.
Tlio question o examining
school children again came up on
tho recoipt of a lettor from Dr.
Howard, asking explicit instruc
tions ub to tho extent of the ex
amination ho was required to
make, andsuggosting tho employ
ment of a lady physician for tho
President Smith said tho mat
tor in iuouu was wnuluur tho pupil
had been vaccinated or not, not
the general health of tho scholar.
Dr. "Wood suggested that the
only way to do was to keep those
ohildren who Avore not-vaccinated
out of tho public hohools until
they were, but no iiunl notion wns
uikuu uy tuo uoura.
Tho meeting closed with a des
cription by Dr. Wood of tho en
forcement of the Japaneso laws
regarding postitution and tho
of cremating manner bodies bb
witnessed by him during
his recent trip to Japan.
rilK WOMAN IN IIIMCTC."
Editou Bulletin: I am a lady
of moderate meanB but neverthe
less a lady, and I must say that
novor in my life was I so out
rageously treated as has boon my
misfortune siuco I came to your
city two weoks ago. I have al
ways endeavored to conduct my
self in a perfectly modest and
ladylike manner, and I do not
soo thnt tho editors and roportors
on tho Pacific Commercial Adver
tiser have any right to criticii:o
my actions in tho ungoutlomanly
aud flagrantly opon way in which
thoy havo done. They lmvo, as
you of course know, oven gono so
far as to publish my pieturo and
koop track of my movomouts, he
Bides exciting tho curiosity of tho
fow readers of thoir paper, so that
I am constantly boing annoyed by
importinent pooplo who follow
mo around and Btaro at mo as if1
I wore Bomo escaped lunatic or
dime museum freak.
My husband is a naturalist and
a very absent-minded man, hav
ing, through a sories of serious
misfortunes, partially lost his
memory. He loft our homo in
Omaha about a year ago and for
nine months I found no
trace of his whereabouts.
At last, through tho offorts of a
kind and vory dear friend, I
learned that'ho had takon'paBsago
on a steamship (tho Mariposa I
think) for tho Sandwich Islands.
I immediately arranged my affairs
and, after a great many delays, I
finally reached horo on tho seven
Now, my husband's habit hns
boon, when suffering from his
troubloto walk about tho streets
and roads during tho night.
Many times, in Omaha, ho lias
been found wandering around
aimlessly and brought homo by
polico officors or acquaintances.
Here, of courso, ho would bo en
tirely unknown, and although I
npi'iit tho. first fow days after my
M'lhnl in niul:it)( inquirinq at tho
hotels and boarding houses and
at tho polico station, X could got
no clue. am now searching for
'lim personally by going through
the streols at iii(jht in the hopo
Hint I may moot him.
My dear .hi.sbniid and I linvo
.'t!us thought tiic world of onoh
othor and I frl sure that 1 shall
Bomo day find him. I nhnll con
tinue mv e-lTnrt until I do.
J ni'nl, Miy (hut J tl u, il i
pn .1- 'i'y ;p. en my ncliiw.M by the
piin- inontioued.. is , ouoituh (o
make anyone in my oircumBtuionij
vory indignant, to say the loaRt.
If you have not the Kpaco in your
columns to priut this letter, will
you kindly return it through tho
post oflici' to,
Mits. .) ames Hayes,
"Tlio Woman in Black."
Honolulu, July :(), 18(JG.
noiBD or i:iiloatiox.
I'li'Kt l'ulillc .Ucctlnir urtlio Nirn .lie-in-Iirn.
At yesterday's mooting of tho
Board of Education thoro wore
present president Cooper, Mrs.
Dillingham, Mrs. Jordan and "W.
A. Bowon. Inspector - general
Townsend and his dopuly, J. F.
Scott, woro also on hand.
Tho Inspdctor-goneral reported
that ho had ordored tho govern
ment school at Hnlnwn, North
Kolm'a, to bo ro-opoued and tho,
buildings to bo gotten in readiness
by Soptombor. Ho also had taken
Bimilor action in regard to the
school at Mana.
Lum Wing in petitioned to be
allowed to open a school for in
struction 111 lUo OkiuMio language.
Tho secretary was instructed to
notify tho applicant that no Bchool
could be open for children within
tho school age, from six to fiftoon
years, excopt upon the basis of
1 tClf 1t1tl t.ll 1.1 4I..1 T? I.wwl iflll Inn.
UIOUIIVIIUU 1U kllU OlJitOil lull-
guag. Schools for porsons be
yond tlut ago are not under tho
control of thoDepartmontof Edu
cation. Applications for positions as
teachers woro received from Mrs.
M. S. Qoddard, Miss Vonight and
Miss Rasmussen and referred to
thoCommitteo on Teachers, con
sisting of Minister Cooper, Prof.
Aloxandor and Mrs. Dillingham.
THIS MOItM.VU'N Flltl!,
IMiiiiIii mill tho
of tlio lllnze.
The alarm of firo at 10 minutes
past midnight came from Lucas's
pinning mill. It originated in tho
i cm- j'uuui ui iiiu oinco, wnicn is
soparatod from tho main building
by brick walls. Whon discovered
tho liro wns in aud underneath tho
lloor. A stroara from tho cliomi
cal engine extinguished the blazo
iu a few minutes, tho only dam
ago boing to a portion of tho floor
from firo and to tho desks and
furniture by the chemical com
pound, which will wash off. A
box filled with sawdust was used
as a spittoon in tho oflico, and it is
supposod someone threw in tho
lighted ond of a cigar, which com
municated tlio firo to the BawduBt
and thence through tho bottom
of tho box to tho lloor. Tho dam
age was trifling.
Concert nt tlm Hotel.
If tho Bteamor Mariposa is in
port this evening, the government
band will render the following
program at tho Hawaiian Hotol,
commencing at 7:30:
Ovorture-Callf of Bagdad Bololdlen
Chorus Tannlinuecr Warner
Pclectlon Martha Kioto w
OiulNanl, JIolu Wnlmun, Llka Knt Oliulc,
RcmlnUcencci of Offenbach Conradl
OaTotto Welcome Klus g
Waltz Danube Waves Ivanovlcl
March Mlnatrcl No 2 Uerirer
Meohanics' Homo, corner Hotol
and Nuuunu streeta, lodging by
day, week or month. Torms: 26
and 60 conts por night $1, nnd
$1.25 por week.
THE HIGHER COURTS
An AlitK'iil on Dciiinri'rr DImiiiIhtiI
U'ttlioiit I'rijiullvf Ai'mil' ol
tho Ornlol ltiits
Tlio long-pending coutrovorsy
of V. HarribQii and A. V. Uenr vo.
1 11. BruiiH has been deci led hv
tlio Supremo Couit. A vculict
was rendored for the defendant at
tho Fobrumy torln, -180G, and
plaintiffs appealed. Tho case was
this: The Minister of Interior
advertised for sale ut public
auction a lease of n government
lot on the esplanade in Honolulu,
and at tho salo tho auctioneer, a
clerk of tho Interior Department,
knocked the lease down to defend
ant and mndo an ontry to tho
effect in defendant's name alone
at tho time, ho tho defendont bo
ing the biddor. Tho plaintiffs
offered to provo by oral testimony
mm upionuuni agreed wiiu tnom
that defendant would bid for and
purchase tho lease of land in ques
tion,aud that ho would purchaso
Buchleaso for himselfaud the plain
tiffs, and thaf. tho defendant broke
thiH contrnofc,aud took tho lease in
hi sown name, and refuaej to lot
plaintiffs into a share, and for
this breach thev claim daniacros.
Tho iilnintiffs also claimed that
tlm ncreoment in Mm imlnro
of a imrtnorshin. and that such an
of a partnership, and that such an
agreement was not within tho
statute of frauds and need not bo
Justice Whiting writes tho
unanimous opinion of the Court,
ovor ruliug tlio onooplionH. llo
quotes tho Hawaiian statute of
frauds, vhich provides that no
action can be maintained on any
contract for tho salo of lands,
unless it be in writing and Bigned
by tho party to. bo chare-
ed thorowith. Tho Court
rofusos to consider ex
of evidence for
which nro simply roforred to as in
tho roportei's minutes and not
written out on tho faco of tho
Tho law of the case is thus laid
down: "If A ami B make an
oral contract, by which A ib to
buy land by auction upon tho
joint (ICCOUUt of both in ennnl
shares, the coutract is within tho
coutract is within tho
frauds, and, after the
3on couveved to A E
,".:" .i ',
Btatuto ot tra
laud has boon
cannot maintain an notion for
broach of contract."
Neumann for plaintiffs; Hart
well, Thurston and Stanley for
A decision has boon rendored
in Edward B. J3arthrop and
Josoph Schlumph vs. Konn Coffoo
Company, Limited, -Victor J.
Capron and James P. Morgan. It
is by Justice Froar and unani
mous, dismissing defendants,
appeal without prejudice. Tho
caso had only reached tho stago of
tho doraurror boing ovor ruled in
tho lowor court, and tho Supromo
"A decision ovor-rulinc a de
murrer to a hill iu equity is not
final for tho purposes of appeal.
"An appeal in equity should bo
taken from tho decree, not from
tho opinion, of tho court.
"Vi horo a hearing on demurrer
is pending and no timo has been
set for trial pu tho factB, tho ex
penses of a witness summoned by
plaintiff Bhould not bo taxed to
Littlo for plaintiffs, Thurston it
Stanley for defendants.
a. A. oouaoror has presented
his annual account as trusteo of
tho estato of A. A. Corniot, show
ing receipts 2702.(51, payments
$1880.40, balance $822.20. The
inventory gives tho valuo of tho
ostato as $18,822.20.
Tho Chinoso horso replevin oaso
ib on, for tho second day, before
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular Houso, 151 Fort Btreot,
from 1.00 por weok up.
Piuok 5 Cents.
i'oi.hio comtr .nvrrr.if
Jtiilcn Wlli'ii Ni'lll.'nc's ii N.n.ii'
ICmmlng u iMN(lllcr).
In tho District Court tb'
morning Judge "Wilcox nindeu:;
cxiunplo of Kaolin, who plonilcT
guilty of distilling okolehao, nr.
Bontoucing him to thrco morttfcc
imprisonmout and a fine (1
Knnolnln pleaded juilty of rA-
itlg 8vi,"M .ltl.l y .t 111'! HOUteati
rtuspnidn ht Jite itqur-st of tie
The c'1-.e of Ah l'nu i.'.d K.:
Siu, chnrgid with selling foreigc
goods without a liconso, was cxw
Kalua, Kauhai and Auufem
wil bo tried on August -ith iurr
having opium in possession
Manuel.Pestauo ontored a ufci;-.
of not guilty of malicious injiry
and mischief in shooting a bu&r;
through the house of ono Antasua
Eodrigues at night and inly
ing damages on tue nouso to ztc
extent of $2.50
His trloJ wns ic'
finuitina a lellow
citizen and col-
ting him in tho arm with n knife:
llo was fined 20 and caits.4
amounting to 53 moro.
Tho VIc'Klmnl System.
Ono of tho fucts nrracutcd bv I'rort
or Consult in bin iiitercsKuij vonrcs.
"The Number Concent." Is tliownv O-
!tio rncwi huvo hold on to tho vitrcKitncs
system, or numeration having 20 nu
iV5"1?: Is found iu old IrWi, WcMu,
.Uc.' .x umllh?t.0.n- W,u""'.h
(ever, 1,000 is reached, thencoiueH iufift
'oncat were- visible, for in Trinh. CintSf.
'and Breton "inilo" or "mil" is l.W.
Another peculiarity in that in FnwOT
itho persistonco of tlio vigesiruiu Hyaftmi
Uayible. Tlio French 80 18 iituer
jvingt, four times 20, and their Oil to
nuatro-vingt-dijc, or fcrnr times 20, vS
10 ttdded. In old French Bolxuntn fimVC,.
IdoeH not npr-enr. It was trots vhrz.ixr
throo times 20. Ouo lmudrcd nnd Un
ty was Bix viuz that is, six timeH i'
and Bent vinz. or soven timru 20. m
! 140. In Africa tho viircsininl bvhIpt.-"i
mro, but in Asia it. is not uuconunx,
and is in uso in nortliern SiberiiL
Mr, llowe'a Ilnabnnd.
AnrODOS Of tllO "new nnnn nmrv
body resurrected an old story tho oCfcw
day.alwut Mrs. Julia "Ward Howo i&mi
may or uniy, not bo trna At all ov$t
it was worth resurrecting. Tho star
COf8 tlint Airs. Unwn wiis nun (Inn iiv .
.ing walking down Beacon strcct,lv
mjii, wiich sue met a iriena, wlio adave
her how Dr. Howo was. "Dr. HowdT"
rorated Irs. Howo vnmwlr. Tim -
j" ""Wwiiy recollecting liorwlf: "lu,
f ll0'f qnl,' w.oll T'm 8um l rcmen&sr
b,!? ,in lho ,nonii,,K P"!1" Unit S.
presided nt souio meeting or other fan
if suddenly recollecting liorstvlf: "lu,
Inbt In Kn Nninp.
Climate of ovory varioty exererr.
a difforont influonco on tho da
flires of mankind for a slimulejara.
In colder zones beverages of gri:
alcoholic strength aro used (v.
very much larger degreo tlmnua
tho tropics. Boor is host BiiiVi!
to our cliniuto and nono found u
tho market is bettor than Hudi
bearing tho brand of "Paibej,
Milwaukee." It is browed fnuM
tho host of malt and hops ani 5.;
a groat thiret quencher andjii
gorator and stimulntos tho nerros,
and muscles. At tho lloyal, O
mopolitau aud Pacific saloon fti
may bo found, cold and pnro; Tit
terchangenblo checks are hswil
which nillV bo URCll nt ntiv nt i'tia,
M. A. Peixoto, proprietor of filns
Union barber shop, next totAa
Art Gallery, guarantees to giri
flhavo that will mako your lturr
curl with joy.
Whon you aro down on y-war
luck and feel as if tho world m
cold, hard and dreary, just stag
into tho Criterion saloon and puis,
roso-colored tint on ovory thing li
imbibing a glass of Seatfim
J. W. Borgstrom is agent Vmc
tho colobrated Kroeger pianos, off
Now York. Ho builds orgia.
Second-hand pianos taken as putt
paymont. Pianos sold on inbtdl
mentB. Tuning and renuirioin.
P.O. Box 387. Tolo.317.- '