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Vol. 1. No. 3G9.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1890.
Pmok 5 Cots.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day excopt Sundny nt
G09 KlnR Streot, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Mouth, nnywhoro In the Ha
waiian Inlands S 75
Per Year. 'rt
Por Year, postpaid to Amelia.,
Cunmln, or Mexico luti
Por Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countrlos 13 00
Piiynblo Invariably In Ailvnnoo.
Tolcpliono 250. V. O. Box 80.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
J. J. WATERHOUSE
' Fi-r jr.et.il business there
id uob a in Honolulu
whi'c'.i j'Tiri'irs ttte same floor
ijfttee thfct mv bouo does,
and wo need it And wo
ctnnc as near to having a de
partment store as liny in the
islands; hs nearly to that goal
as the trade of the islands will
You know what a depart
ment store means low prices
for good articles. Goods are
bought in largo quantities for
cash, they're cheaper that way
and that is the way we buy.
You get the advantage of any
disc junta wo receive.
Ono of our departments con
tains hardware and articles
used every day in the prepara
tion of food. A Queen Pud
ding Bowl is newer than any
thing, you have seen here and
a bit bettor because it is con
venient. It's cheap, too.
We've nil sorts of things in
agate ware and in first quality
Meat Choppers, Pry Pans,
Bread Boards, Dust Pans and
W. P. Pu'ller's Ready Mixed
Paints for household use aro
always in demand about the
home. A ready mixed paint
that may bo depended upon is
not always to bo had. Puller's
is the acknowledged superior
to all others.
J. T. WATERHOOSE
Mortagso's ITotico of Intontion to Foreclose-
and of Saio.
In accordance' with tlie provisions of that
certain niortirage made by 0. II. ELAMA (k),
had KKALALA1NA, his wlfo, to JOHN PU
LAA (k), dateU May i!8, 188S, recorded In the
Registrar Olllcc, OaUu, In Liber llo, pp. 329
and 830. notice Is hereby given that Bald
mortgagee Intends to foreclose the tame for
condition broken, to wit, the non-payment of
DOin principal aim uucrcsi w nen auu,
Notice Is likewise elven that after the ex
piration of three weeks from this date the
property covered by said mortgage will be
advertised for sale and will be sold at public
auction at the auction rooms ot James F.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday. August
12. 1S90, at 12 o'clock noon of that day.
For further particulars apply to J, A.
Maroon, attorney for John I'ulua, mortgagee,
Honolulu Hale, Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July 20, 1600.
The property to bo Bold Is as follows:
All that piece or parcel of land situated at
Kapaakca and Opukaala, WalMkl, Oahu,
described in Koyal Patent No. 2.103, Kulcana
153(5, to Kaniauhll, oontalnlni; an area of four
and iJO-too acres. 359-td
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
Hawaiian Inlands, my brother Chuua Yee
will rnaunge my two uteres 30-M500 Nun
nnu street, known as Yoe Ohau, mid, 330'
332 Nuuauu etroot known as O, Afat,
under full power of attorney,
Hont'.ulu, July 27, 1898. 366-lw
Km,... ftk.U.MuuiWa...ifr.i..'...i... . .VfcJ
A TERRIBLE CASE OP
Mr. i:. Wyatt, of l'ort lloa.l, Went
Itliidninrsli, So. Alitriillu, write of
thn nnd rimilltlon of lior lltlln dniiRh
tor, whoso portrait alio also nuiidai
"My daughter was iilllictod with
Eczema ot the most iKfRRivnlcd
type. The disease Nrst appealed in
oniptlons on lier head, then her hair
began to fall out, and in unite of
tho beat medical advice and treat
ment she grew steadily worse. Tlio
sores were full of matter and wero
extremely oHensive. Her eyes became-
affected, and sho was, in truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
wero very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded mo to try Aycr's Sarsa
jmrilla, and I am most thankful to
bo ablo to say that this wonderful
mcdiclno completely restored my
daughter's health. Sho has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, her eyes aro perfectly well,
and she is a fino girl of eight years '
witli every prospect of growing uj
to bo a strong and healthy woman."
quid Medals at the World's Chlel Expotltlons.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.,
Bole Aeonta for tho Bopablio of Hawaii.
LEWERS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itself about yuurLawu. Travels
in a straight lino or a tiiclu Stops luitotn
ntically. Set for any length of hoso.
CxT No such Spiiuklor has oor been
placed on tho inarkot boforc.
Come and See it!
LEWERS &, COOKE,
PortStroot, .... Tolopnone 20.
Ketail Their . . .
. . . Large Stook
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
1.' l.ljfc .. ..kitfe...
lafl I la
0 1 I
iu::hm in Tin: umii:i statin
Innru-ciili I'urliitr I'uorly In ('n)i.,
Jtclul Dcrrre Aitlut (irlmliiitf
Cimo Xcu of All I.uhcU.
San Dierjo lias strong hopns o
being tho terminal yovl, or tiis
now ,Tamn080 Btern.ship 'line to
t! Vn.-ifio Ciiii). ' '
'('vflvft t!ion"Hnr ijivi ' frfftr
Htrm I; in Sw 1'mi; to ftitni.-n
h'ltr-T prices from whu'csmle
inuimrtu'tureiH inn I slop tli rn
tiowiiI of tb(. tf Ij unJ p;ece v ork
I bo Jnpaneso Legation in Wash
intoii hH opind t'- hiils from
tho American builJerK tor tho
construction of two fast cruisers
for tho Japanese navy. Thoy aro
from tho Cramps of Philadelphia
nnd tho Union Iron Works of San
General Georgo Wnllaco Jones,
tho oldost surviving ex-United
States Senator, died at Dubiuiuo,
Iowa, July 22, aged 92 years. Gen
eral Jones was the son of John
Ilico Jonos, mentioned in history
ob tho friend of Benjamin Frank
lin. Thn father was for yoars
Chief Justice of tho Supreme
Court of Missouri.
In tho United StateB Court tho
Iowa anti-cigarette law wob de
clared unconstitutionul,tho ground
givon for tho decision being tho
same as in tho liquor original
Tho Bennington has boon or
dered to join Admiral Beardsloo's
flagship, tho Philadelphia, at
Pugot Sound, for a scries of fleot
maneuvers. Tho othor ships will
bo tho Monadnook and tho Monte
rey. By a collision on the Chicago
and Northwestern Eailway 28 peo
ple vero killed and 51 injured,
many of whom will die.
Cnpt. Enoch S. Talbot, inspec
tor of hulls, died ut Oakland,
aged G2 years. Ho was a native
of Maine nnd served in tho war in
tho marino mail service.
Henry IMerson, tho Californian
oarsman, is going into training in
hopes of a race with Edward Han
Ian. On Founder's day in tho Clove
land, O., centennial celebration,
John D. Rockefeller, tho Standard
oil Icing, presented tho city with a
largo troctof land, valued at SGoO,
000, for the extension of tho city
Tho U. S. S. Marion lias been
ordered to Peru from Panama, to
look after Amorioan interests on
the South American coiiht.
Sir Cbarlos ltuss.ll, Lord Chief
Justice of Englaud, will attond
tho meoting of tho American Bar
Association nt Saratoga in August.
William E. Russoll, ox Govern
or of Massachusetts, is dead.
Arthur Cleveland Coxo, Episco
pal Bishop of AVestorn Now York,
died suddenly on tho 20th, aged
Josoph Wesloy Harpor died
July 21 at his home in Now York
city after an illness of three weeks.
Ho had long been a Bufforor from
gout. Up to last year he had boon
tho sonior member of the firm of
Harpor Brothers, publishers. He
was a son of one of the four broth
ers who foundod tho firm, and
died in his G7th year.
Hardly a dollar of tho $680,000
which tho steamer Colombia cost,
will bo saved to tho Pacifio Mail
Company. Tho pretty sister Bhip
to the Peru has been given up as
a hopeless wrook. Tho jagged
rooks off Pigeon point havo al
ready torn and mangled hor be
yond repair and thoy are continu
ing tho work of destruction at a
rapid rate. Tugs havo left San
Francisco on wrecking specula
tion. Miss Adeline Tillman, oldost
daughter of Senator Tillman of
South Carolina, was instantly
killed by lightning on July 15.
A demand has boon mado on
Peru for tho settlomont of tho
claim of Victor McCord, an Ame
rican citizen, for brutal aud iu
human treatment by the Peruvian
authorities. His claim is for
The U."S. S. Alort has arrived
nt Sun Francisco. Sho is tho
bout that lauded troops at Coriuto
Zioglcr, tho wheelman, made a
mile in 2:00 ntDettoit, cutting
two seconds off Sanger's mark.
At ot. I'aul on tho IGth hist.,
S. Iwanga of Tokio, general man
ager of the .TnpiuiebQ Mail Steam
ship Company, limited, nignud
a contract with tho Oroat North
ern Railway Company for tho es
tablishment of a steamship line
botwoen Tokio and Ueattle. The
first PeArrr will nrnli.iiiiv !... n
l.i , oout (lion- w (1 . n. KjU,iur
to tiitt Kant monthly, but the sit
vici is to ho ifHTflftMrd a Vrtpi Wed.
Till meetiug of the guld stand
ard perufx'mtB nt Chicago to con
sider tin Usu.'.nro f a call for u
uatiomd convention, was post
poned from tho 52nd lo tho 23rd
Congiesmiinn Mirror, a leading
Republican of Nebraska, says:
"Bryan's opposition, whilo in
CoL'gtess, to the augur bounty
and tax on sugar in tho Wilson
tariff bill has naturally injured
his popularity. Tho peoplo of
Nebraska nre very much interest
ed in beet culture. Our Stato has
two of tho largest beet-BUgar re
fineries in tho United States; tho
soil is admittedly batter adapted
to beet cultivation than German
Boil, aB it contains moro essential
nourishment. Tho peoplo aro
taking a great interest in tho
sugar industry, which ia daily
growing, and cannot bo expected
to fool kindly toward any ouo who
is engaged in destroying tho in
dustry. Tho Potaluma, Cal., Argus, a
Republican paper Binco it started
forty-two yearB ago, edited by J.
H.McNabb and Sam Ca3iday,both
life-long Republicans, repudiates
McKinley and the gold platform.
They will stand for Bryan and
H. T. Fairbauks, prosident of
tho Potaluma Savings bank, has
declared himself for Bryan aud
silver. Ho has been a Republican
all his life.
The Now York Journal's St.
Louis correspondent gives, ns tho
probablo vote in tho Populist con
vention: For Bryan 872, against
413. If there was no question of
vice-presidency, Bryan would
havo tho entire vote.
Tho Executive Committee of
the Now York Stato Democracy
mot and ropudinted tho Chicago
platform. It also advocated tho
putting of n third candidate in
MUUDnt ON THE Hlail 8B.VB.
The barkoutiuo Herbert Fuller,
Captain Nash, from Boston, July
lid, for Rosnrio, put into Halifax,
Nova Scotia, July 21, Hying tho
atars and btripes at halt-mast
with ft black Hag immediately
beneath. This is tho signal for
"mutiny on board." When tho
Fuller was boarded it was learned
that murder had beon addod to
mutiny and that Captain Nash,
his wifo Laura and SocoudOfficor
Braraborg had beon killed in their
bunks. Xostor H. Monks, a pas
oonger bound to South Africa, for
his health, first discovered tho
murder. Tho negro cook auspect
od the first ma to, Thomas Bram,
who was pub in irons by the
crow. Laheso, the man who was
nt tho wheel, was also ironed.
Monks is under arrest but kept in
tho oiiico of the chief of polico.
Seaman Brown BayB ho saw tho
raato kill tho captain, and that
thoro was no mutiny.
THE FINANCIAL SITUATION.
J. Piorropont Morgan has call
ed a mooting of bankers in Now
York with a view to concerted
action to prevent exports of gold
within the noxt sixty days. Tho
temper of. tho financial community
has beon vory bad for some timo,
owing to tho etoady shriukagp in
tho price of exchango securities,
in consequence of which values
havo steadily molted away
on a panio scale. Tho fact that
tho commercial balanco of trade is
Continued on Sth Page.
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A FiVE-CENT RATE
sow: aiiui!.ii:m.n kx imvoii of
N' Dnufit Di.u i Itcdlirllim In Tiniu.
'itr ltnu-a to U'nllillil Would I'roip
fti'miiiici-Hllio In Ilia UomiMiiy.
In tho city of San Francisro
mu u&pirnuou ol me liuiiuinyo oi I
the Geary street eysLom of trnm-
nnd too strenuous efforts
tnjinfc luaUft fijtlfirccrrncnl
secure au extension of its charter
for uuotiior lifty e.irs, Ii.ih timwD
Iih'jIio attention to the. vn'.n of
such fruuehises. The company
offer to pay 2 per cont. of their
annual gross receipts into tho
city treasury in r-turn for tho ex
tension of the franchise. Tho
city papers donounco tho proposi
tion, claiming that tho granting of
a franchiso on such terms would
bo a' criminal betrayal of tho peo
Tho Chronicle, in commenting
on tho matter, presents some ar
guments, which the residents of
Hawaii may well tako home to
thomsolvos and which should con
vince tho Hawaiian Tramway
Company that its present policy
is not tho ono that will bo moBt
profitable in tho long run. A sys
tem of faros such as obtains in
Toronto, for instance, would cor
tainly double, if not tioblo, the
present traffic on our local road
and tho expense of running full
cars is certainly very little
more than that of empty
ones. With a hvo cont tare to
Waikiki it is safe to Bay there
would bo five times tho travol in a
very few weeks.
As tho Chroniclo says, thoro is
rapidly growing in all American
communities a sontimont in favor
of placing city transportation
companies under tho control of
tho municipality. Tho idea has
long sinco pissed tho experimen
tal stagoin England, and has boeu
put into successful practice in
some American citios. Uudor tho
circumstances it would bo a crimi
nal betrayal of tho interests of tho
peoplo for tho Supervisors to
accord to any corporation n
valuable privilego to run for the
period of fifty j ears without first
ascertaining tie sentiment of tho
citizens of San Francisco con
corning tho continuation of the
old policy of iho city giving
everything and receiving nothing
In tho ovout that public opinion
is not sufficiently strong to de
clare for public ownership ot
street railways tho Supervisors
should at least bo compelled to
muko a reasonably good bargaiu
for tho city if a franchiso is to bo
sold. Two por cont of the gross
receipts, with the privilege ac
corded to tho corporation of
naming tho amount it has re
ceived, would be a more mookory.
Tho city of Toronto, in Cana
da, which formerly owned its
stroot railways, rocently leasod
them to a private corporation on
tho followiug forms: First, that
tho corporation should pay $800
a year for oaoh mile of track; 8
por cont on gross receipts up to
$1,000,000; 10 por cent on rocoipts
botwoen $1,000,000 and $1,500,000;
15 por cont between $2,000,000
and $3,000,000 and 20 por cont on
nil over $3,000,000. Second, single
faros are fixod at 5 cents, with six
tickets for a quarter; workiug
m oil's tickets, good night and
morning, eight for a quarter, and
school children's tickets ten for a
quarter. Third, tho right of tho
city to regulate speed and to do
termiuo the number of cars to bo
run, and to dictato all improve
ments, Buporviso accounts and to
regulato hours of employment,
oto. Evon with such a contract
the Toronto company is making
good dividends, and, of courso, its
ability to earn will increase with
tho growth of tho city.
In Detroit tho stroot railroads
are successfully operated for a
threo-cont fare, and in Savannah,
u.-LbuJk.t.j' JV.1.JA . -UUt o.. i?jLt&J
Ga., the experiment of n ono-conf
faro has pinved Fii-imf v1
In Sydney, id el bourne ami
other Australian cition tho slree?
car fares are regulated by law at
so much per mile, by which sys
tem the traveler pays only for the
dietauco actually traveled, a
plan which ia eertninlv fair lr
! nil concerned.
iiv a r.in: i.iiiton: .iiax.
lViiniiurr t iii 3Ipu wim Vuxm
Bostcw, July 22. President J.
L.,(Grcene of tho Connecticut
Lira Ii)nnrnnM Comnnnv
of Hartford ha. prepAVW b JeUsr
for policy holder, in whioh he
says: "Our contracts with yos
Rgrei-to piy to oar .families m
many dollars Thoro has nve;
been tiny donbt whnt wni intend
ed thereby, but should wo oome
upon a silver basis your policio?
would, for tho prosont, bo paid in
dollars worth to your families on
ly about 50 cents, nnd the great
bulk of them would probably be
paid in dollnis worth not more'
thnn from 25 to 35 cents."
I'ollllcul l.xcllciiiriit in .Sun I'raik-cltco-Jiti.
Jas. Steinor camo down on the
Mariposa. He BayB that people
gather in crowds around the
newspaper offices looking at the
bulletin boards and that tho only
topic of conversation is.freo silver
and gold standard. Mr. Stoiuer
mot Jim Quiun, of "290" faiua.
Jim got wrecked on tho S. S.
Colombia which was stuck on the
California coast some forty miles
south of Snn Francisco. Ho will
return on tho Dimond, bringing
with him a lot of new carriages
and some horses.
A Uuotl Til luff.
E. O. Hall tfc Son deal in bicy
cles, and Hall & Son muko &.
statement in regard to any article
thoy have for sale thoy can bo de
pended upon to toll tho truth.
Thoy nro making a special
feature of their bicycle depart
ment nnd are offering "bikes" a(
the bottom notch, 18!)5 model nL
$75 and that of 189G tit $100.
Theso wheals have a roputation
tho world over, and are as good &
roadster as over carried a uiuu or
woman. Tho price of a wheel
Rooms largo to a poor man, but
think of money you would 6ave iD
car ii ud hack faro. This alone
will save you tho cost of n wheel
in tho course of a year. You will
always find some ono nt Hall A:
Son's to show you thin wheel nnd
explain tho many advantages it
has over other makes.
Tho case, now pending in the
superior court, of 11. W
Schmidt & Sons vs. tho Royal
Insurance Company is a rather,
peculiar one. Sin Moy Kee, c
Chinese merchant nt Kalihiwai,
Kauai, mortgaged his stock, ota,
to II. W. Sohruidt & Sous, assign
ing, of courso, his insurance po
licies. A Bhort timo ago ho woe
burned out. Tho insurance com
pany, by ita agents hero, now re
fuses to pay the loss, claiming
that it has roiiBou to boliove
that tho insurod, Sin Moy Keo,
did uotcomply with tho conditions
of his policy. Messrs. Schmidt;
in enso of an adverse decision,
would bo tho innocent victims who
would lose their money.
i . ... a
Lnt Sight's Alarm.
A small blazo in tho rear of tho
Btoro occupied by H. Hamanq,
Jnpancso merchant on Maunakea
Btreot, called out the fire laddies
about 7:30 last night, but tho fire
was oxtinguiBhod before, their
arrival. The Oriental mind camfe
in contact with the Occidental
oilstovo, with results disastrous te
tho poaco of tho former and the
usefulness of tho latter. No damages.
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