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Vol. II. No.-oro.
HONOLULU, H. L, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 189G.
Price 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday ut
609 KinR Stroot.tnonblnlniin. I.
Per Month, nnywhero. In the- 'Ha-
wailnn Islands 8 7f
t Per Year. "
Per Year, postpaid to Ammui,
Canada, or Moxico l'J in'
' Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnyublo Invariably in 'Advntico.
Telephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINMEY, Manager.
For general businoss there
ws not a store in Honolulu
which occupies -the same floor
..Space thut our home docs,
-and we need 'it. .And we
aomc as near to having n de
partment store .us-any ia the
ifelands; as nearly tcvthafc goal
i-as tho trade of thoiislands will
vTou know '.cbut.a.ucpavt
ment store means 'low prices
'Tor good articles. Gootlsaro
bought in large .Quantities- for
cosh) they're cheaper 'that way
,nndithat is the vr.iv we buy.
"STaiget tho advantage, of any
(discounts we receive.
One of our departments con
tains .hardware and articles
.lieerL-eveiy cloy in the prepara
tion f food. ' A Qitouii Pud
ding 'Bowl is newer than any
thingyou have suui here and
a tbit bcttt-r because it 'is con
vofiiient. It's cheap, too.
AV'vo .-all sorts of things in
agate -.ware and in first .quality
M&nt Choppers, Fry Pans,
Bread .Boards, Dust, Pans and
W. P. Editor's. Ready Mixed
Paints for .household use -are
alwaj's iin demand about the
.home. A -ready mixed paint
' vthat may bo. depended upon is
Tiot always to bo had. Fullers
is the acknowledged superior
to all others.
J. T. WATERH0U8E
Korifljeo's Notice of Intention to Fcro
"" closo and of 'Sale.
. In accordance with tbo provklons of that
certain iuortL'ai'u made by 0. J$. EI.AMA. (k),
and KKAXALAINA, Ms wife, to JOHN I'll'
LAA (k), doled May 28, WS3, recorded In tue
IteirlstrorOttleo, Oatm, In Llbcr llo.pp.SS'J
and 3!1Q, notice Is hereby given that. said
mortgagee Intends to foreclose tbe same for
condition broken, to wit, the non payment of
both piliulinl And Interest when due.
Notice U likewise given that utUr'heet
plration of tiirea weeks from this date tho
property coreroi by said mortgage will be
advertised for ttie and will be sold at public
auction at the Auction rooms ol Xames F.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday. August
VI, 1SW, at 'i o'clock noon of thit day.
For further particulars apply to J, A.
Magoon, attorney (or John l'ulaa, mortgagee,
Honolulu Hale, Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July 20, 181)0.
The property to 'ooeold Is as follows:
All that piece or parcel of land situated at
Kapaakea aud Opukaala, Walklkl. Oauu,
described in Koyal Patent No. 2503, Knlcaoa
15311, to Kaneaulill, containing an area of four
and oO-loo acre. SfliMd
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
Hawaiian Inlands, my brother Chunc Yee
will nianngo n.y two htoies .101-300 Nnu
nnu street, known ns Yco Chan, and .130'
332 Nuuauu street known as O. Afat,
under full power of attorney.
Honolnlu, Jnly27, 1800. m-lvr
r- xn &
o n fi. h'Vfe
, j '.r fcurce of good health.
:-'iikS Puro Baod,
j , Strengthens iho Norms,
f tiomwas thai Tired Fooling,
!j and Hakes Lifo Worth Living.
.r"""rs, ' Sufferers
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A - "-. - '-Utility, gKwi
. ,r '. 5 - - ', . 1 tllaonscjM, or
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v'".. T "S:0 from impnro
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Hollister Drug 'Co., Ltd.
3olo Aseuta for tho Ilepublio of Ilnwnii
A GREAT MENTION
Move itself about yourLnwn. Travels
in n Htr.U(;ut lino or u elicJo. rjtopn mitoni
ntionlly. fc'et for nny length of hose.
17W No such Sprinkler has over itecu
piftcoj on tne uiancct bciore-.
Come and. See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
'FortBtrost, .... Telephone 20,
IRetail Their . ...
- . . Large Stock
At Mode Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
Lawns , -Dress
Duriu( Mr. lioiirilnmn'a nbsonco, Mr.
EwIiir will have ehargo of my books and
attend to nil collections. Ho can bo found
oitherat Mr. lloartltuan'g oflico at Ogura ii
Co.'a or at my office,
335-tf DR. HEnBERT.
AS SALEMAN OR TRAVELLER BY
man experienced in Island trade. V 0 Box
ANOTHER DROP IN SUSARiOUR PLANTERS ROASTED;
E-vritACiNrKonioAsixiH oooici:' '
i,A.ii:sr ctitiji.it. J
uirnrhloek. Declined Until tlm Sl.t
miioii ii ICc.iclIou S.'l In ArrimiM
From Uastlo & Cooke's ln8t su
yar circular to tbeir corrcsiiou
dents on tho othor islaudH, issued
uftcr the arrival o tlio Mariposa
yuutciday, thu fulloniug is ex
tracted: CoutrifngnlB Wo rcgrot to re
port a further declino in theso as
tho following sales will iudicato:
July 13, 1500 bags spot, 3 5-1G for
00; July 14, 3000 liogB Bpot, 3 510
for 9G; July 20, 7500 bugs distant
'Granulated Tho prico in Now
York is -l.-l-l; in San Francisco
4 7-8 not.
Sugar stockdoclinod Btoadily un
til tho 21st iust. when a reaction
set in and tho market closes
Arrivals Irmgnrd, Honolulu,
July .11; Ceylon, Honolulu, July
15;.ll. P. ltithet, Honolulu, July
19; John D. Spreckols, Mahukona,
Sailings Archer, Honolulu,
July 13; Alohn, Honolulu, July
12; Aldon 13esso, Honolulu, July
15, John G. North, llouoipu, July
15; Roderick Dhu, Hilo, July 1U;
Androw "Welch, Honolulu, July
Aressel discharging It. P.
Vessel "waiting, tp dischargo
John D. Sprockets. '
Vosols on the Berth Inngard,
W. H. Uimond.
A ilri'i:! Jnic Jniiiirko.
Mr. Tctu,of tho Yokoliautu Spo- j
cio Jbauk, litis very kindly unmtctt
in a pamphlet, containing sovnril
o the upi'i'cho.s of Sonodn Koki
chi, president of tho bank nt Yoko
hama. Mr. Sonodn is n native of
southern Japan and n gentleman
of broad, liberal and advanced
views. Speaking before u number
of tho most prominent San Fran
cisco merchants and bankers lie
expresses his belief that the
United Stntos him been tho tutor
of Japan in modern ideas and
very happily illustrates his views
in a short, well-written allegory
entitled "Juppio'B girlhood nnd
womanhood." Tho conditions of
tho variouB treaties between tho
States and Japan nro Bhrowdly
woven into tho little tnlo nnd
show a very, deep and ablo mind.
Mr. Sonodn has received high
honors from his government und
is considered one of tho most im
portant mon in the Japaneso world
AT JUAI&Ei; ISLAND.
TU nmid Will lMity Clulit Now Hclcc
At the Mnkeo Island concert
tomorrow nil tlio soloctlqns
rondored will bo new to Honolulu
people, something for whioh tho
Honolulu public havo to thank
Minister Cooper. Tho program
is given below:
The Old Hundredth. .
Overture The Flutlste Kline
V..nt.n..l... Dnl. If. .I. ... IVnl... "
CUJUUillUU) DU1U-,HIIII Ul i.UUIlll....
Clarinet Solo Tho Crown Diamonds. .. .
Fantasia Ibo Llliputlans Kottaun
Selection Popular Ballads Kappey
Cradle doni; Dream on, Dear Child....
Fantasia The Gold Beetles' Soiree....
Russian Festival Peter toe Great....
Till Afternoon' Concert.
Tho rogulnr concert of tho Hn
wniinu bnnd will bo givon nt Em
ma squnro tins nttornoon nt 4:31),
with tho following program :
March Honeymoon , Itosev
Chcrtuie Itullun In Aluiur Hotiilnl
Galop Tramcars Aradt
Selection Astoria Abert
Fautasta Emperor's ltevlew Ellenberg
waltz Town ut uonirs i alirlmcu
- hik ciikonici.u de.vouncks tjik
itri'i'tiiiii' ah a oLXUtuciiv.
. It Hn9 ll.o Am.-rici... spirit I-!
Mllli.int .llruuUii; In llitu'ult- I
Nluvcr.r nnd ciim it ii If.
Under the heading, "The Milk
in Iho Coeoanur,'' tho Sim Fran
cisco Chronicle utters tho follow
ing philippic ngniiwt IIi.iii.ui
I'lu.ilurs and their gmeniniont:
Tho expressed wish of tho Ha
waiian planters' to drop annexa
tion ns an issuo nnd substitute an
Amorican protectorate "against
outside iutorforence and locnl up
risings," is easy to understand.
By entering tho Union Hawaii
pwould coini' uudor ths lawB that
prohibit Ih. contract labor nnd
Chinese- iuuuigintion by virtue of
which tho planteis aro making
themselves the rioi.ost people por
capita on tho globe. A protecto
rate, on tho oth-r hand, would
give thorn completo home rule, the
United States, under tho proposed
arrangomeut, merely keeping for
eign governments from laying
hands on tho islands and, by tho
oxerciso of police authority, pre
venting tho common people from
rebolliug ngninst tin autocratic
sway of tho sugar kings.
Tho schome, as tho most casual
render can see, is a highly advan
tageous ouo for tho plantors.
For years these gentry have boon
building up in Hawaii n systom
of class rule in nil respects nnnlog
ous to. that which prevailed in the
South before tho war. Thoy havo
divided tho land into vtmt plnutn
tioiis, whtre the Moil in dune by
n species of slnvo lnbor nl bo low n
cost that every planter soon gets
on tho high road to wealth. His
hired hands are Oriental coolies,
who come t the inlands under
bonds and, during tho time of
their engagement, aro as much
nmenublo to tho plnntors and their
oveim-qrs as wero tho onslaved
negroes of tho South to theirs.
Tmghtto tlo many brnuches of
work besides enne cutting nnd
sugar making theso coolies crowd
out the skilled labor of Caucasians
nnd tho tendency it to reduce tho
latter to tho lovol of tho "poor
wliito trnsh" who wore fnmilinr
objects in tho South during nuto-
This tuutlency, wo must snv. is
sturdily resisted by the white
workingmon, who loavo tho isl
ands rnthor thnu suffer degrndn
tion. In either enso, however, tho
polioy of tho plnnters is well
sorveil. Thoy do not want an in
dependent white Inboriug element
in Hawaii for tho siraplo reason
thai suoh men vote against class
interests and in fnvorof thogront
est good to tho grontest number.
Gradually but Buroly theso whites
havoboen elbowed out of planta
tion towuB, and now tho policy is
to oxcludo them from Honolulu as
well. In lino with this intent
Jhpaneao plantation workmen,
when their terms of employment
oxpiro, nro encouraged to sot up
Iittlo shops nnd Btores in the
capital and to ply their vnrious
trades. The wlnto artisan cannot
moot their prices, nnd he has to
lonvo tho country. That, ns wo
have pointed out, is precisely whnt
tne sugar ongnrchy wants; nnd ns
each hnrried moohanio or laborer
takes steer ago passage for tho
Coast, the plnntors look forward
with livelier anticipations to tho
good timo coming when Hawaii
will be a Yobt eetnte, whore a few
rich men will livo in baronial
castles surrounded by cheap coolie
Jaborors, who will not bother
tnomaolvos as Americans do ovor
politics, and least of nil ovor thoso
ubsurd theories of whnt is just
aud righteous between man nnd
Of course, annotation would
mnko radically now conditions in
Hnwnii. Among othor chnnges
it would compel the plantors to
Continued on 8th Paye.
BRITISH GABLE COMING
IIKANCII ritO.H 1MNXIMJ ISLAND
WII.L TAI' llU!OM!I,i;.
The toml.ii ..iileronce MiiIUcrliiitn
Ne WnH-iii l.utir'l3- I'tiitfr tlrl
tlilt Ul vriiiiii-iit t'.mlrol
Loxuox, July 13. Sir John
Pender's death will give an impe
tus to tho niovomont for a now
systom of cnblos for tho Empno
entirely uudor British control.
Sir John, with Scotch shrowdnoss,
built u'p a huge cable monopoly
in India, Australia, South, Enst
nnd West Africa, and tho AVest
Indies. Sometimes marringo nl
linnces helped him, sometimes
political influence, somotimes
courtesies which till Madoirn and
othor salubrious cable stations
with sprigs of English nobility.
Heavy pressure from Canada and
Australia, with Mr. Chamberlain's
sympathy, is loosening this cablo
ring's tight grip upon tho Empire.
A Pacific cablo conforonco is now
sitting in privnto at tho Colonial
Otlico, Earl Shelbome, tho Under-Secretary,
presiding. It has
boon ngroed that an all-British
cablo Bhall be laid forthwith from
Vancouver, British Columbia, to
Australia,vin the Fanning Islands,
Honolulu being tapped by n
branch line. Tho conforonco now
only lias to arrange minor dotails.
It has been decided that tho cablo
shall bo laid nnd shrill bo man
aged, not by a subsidized privnlo
company, but by n cablo trust
formed by tho British, Canadian
and Australian governments rais
ing n capital ol Xl.KOft.OOO oiin
joint guarantee. This n6"w link
with Australia nroviuu a slrato-
itn niwl ftmiimnviiinl unr.uiuu nv?
fa.W ...... WV.......V,.W,. Ul.l.t.U.7, U.V
tensions will bo made to South
Africa and Iudia, thus creating a
truuk Hue of Imperial cable. '
Tho Colonial OJh., also, is on '
tho point of issuing a decision j
respecting a West Indian cablo to
avoid its piVoent depondonco up-,
on tho United Stntos nnd Cuban
linos, which nro allies to tho
Pender system. Two tenders aro !
bofore tho govornmont. Tho i
West India anil Panama CompAny ,
propose an extension irom Jamai
ca northward to Bermuda to meet
tho Halifax-Bermuda cablo, nnd
thonco to England. Tho Halifax
Bermuda Company proposo nn
extonsiou south to Jamaica and
ultimately to Trinidad and British
Guiana. Tho AVest Indian Gov
ornmont urged the Colonial Otlico
to accept tho Halifax-Bermuda
tender, which it probably will do.
Tltlnl Woro Uellrl l'liiul.
The following ndditionnl con
tributions hnve been made to tno
fund for the relief of sufforors by
tho tidal wave in Japan:.
0. Niikuni S 3 00
Japaneso M. E. Church . C 00
Anonymous 3 00
K. Ozawa and G3 othors. SGfelO
H. Shimamura 3000
M.Kuui 2 00
Amount previously ac
knowledged 328 00
Total S107 10
About forty mon turned out to
drill Inst night nnd Captain Mc
Carthy mndo ovory man drill till
his gun weighed about GO pounds.
Tho captain is one of the best
drill masters in Honolulu, and is
determined on making Com-
fmny D tho crack company, and
10 will do it too if tho boys turn
out. AVnko up, Co. D privntes,
and show by your prosonco that
you appreciate tho offorts your
suporior oflicors nro making in
M. A. Peixoto, proprietor of tho
Union barber shop, next to the
Art Gnllory, guarantees to gfvo a
shnvo thnt will mnko your hnir
curl with joy.
SSViASH-UP OF VEHICLES
MWYr.it avooo m:ci:iVKs a vinit
1'ltO.II A.N KIUI.M: VLICM'.
Undo nu.I tlitvuloM I'roiiiI-cnniiHlj-
OTcrtiirncd Sepiif on Hls nu.I
Hrtlu'I Street .Volinil)- Hurl.
Lawyer J. Q. AVojiI, who hns
recently tnken tho offices formerly
occupied by Ar. A. Ashford, wns
surprised to Beo Pnul Isenberg's
hoi..o run unceremoniously into
his sanctum nbout 10 o'clock this
morning, nnd the wny it happen
ed wns in this fnshion.
A Chinnninn wns backing his
wagon out of tho yard on tho sido
of tho Metropolitan Mont Com
pany's promises nnd succeeded bo
woll thnt he rnn the wngon with
considerable forco against thj tele
phono polo on King otreot. To
this was tied Paul Uenberg's
horso and phnoton. The concus
sion scared tho horre, which pull
ed back, tearing off th. bridlo and
freeing itself from tho polo. Thero
was no one in tho phnoton nnd
tho horse got scared and started
to run, nnd for a few minutes
times wero very lively in thnt
neighborhood. The horno first
rnn into Dr. Minor's buggy which
got out of tho wny with slight
dmnngn. Ho thon stnrted for
Bethel street but found George
Padgett's hack in tno
wny. This wus turned
completely ovor nnd ono or two
othor hacks on tho stnnd had a
closo call. The horso then wheel
ed nnd Jmndo n beo lino for legal
advico boforo going further. "Ho
ran right into John Q. Wood's
olli. o but consiIin-atoly 1. ft tho
plineton outsuio. iho impact of
tho wheels ngninst tho stone curb
on tho sidownlk broke both bhnftB
shoit oil'. Tho nniuinl bccimio be
wildered whon inside the oflico
and was soon secured nnd led out.
No one was hurt in tho nll'nir,
which ended luckily for all con
cerned except Paul Isonborg,whoso
phaeton will havo to go to the shop
Ah Sun,whoso cnrolessness wns
tho cat8o of tho runaway, was ar
rested by Inspector Sam Mncy
nnd charged with heedless driv
i.'nii:u two ri,A;s.
CniirnrCn. II'h nrumn 'cxt (tiilurdny
ltobort Scott, nn experienced
American thespinn, haB brought
tho rehenrsnis of Co. B's dramatic
entertainment up to n point thnt
justifies him in placing it on tho
boards next Snturday evening.
For refreshing tho memories of
our readers, tho cast of the play
" Under Two Flags "which ap
peared sovoral weoks ago in this
papor, is hero reprinted:
Bertie Cecil, of tho First Lifo
Guards, aftorwards known
as Corp. Victor
Borkelay Cooil, hh brother. . . .
., Chaa. Ramsey.
Lord Itookinghnm, known as
tho Sorapln 0. Tracy
Bake, an Irish Knight of the
Pigskin Robt. Scott
Colonel Chntonuroy, known as
tho Black Hawk. . . . A.L. Morris
Bon Davis, a AVolohor.A.L. Morris
Baroni, a Jewish money lendor
Capt. Loroux, of the Chasseurs
PetitPicpon, 'of tho Chasseurs
Pierro Mntou, of tho Chasseurs
Corporal of tho Chasseurs
AV. H. Storey
Guard II. T. Waity
Cigarette, tho Friend of the
Flag Mrs. Ohas. D. AVilson
Vonotin, Lord Rockingham's
sister, aftorwards Prinooss
Corona Miss M. Lagos
Lady Guinevere . . . MrB. Lawreneo
Nora McSlmno, A'ontin'o maid
Little Vonetia. . . .Nina Gonzales
Arab Girl , .Mrs. Lnwronco