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Vol. II. No. 372.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 189G.
Puioz 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Sunday nt
009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anywhoro In the Iln-
watinn Islands S "
Per Year. t t-v
Per Year, postpaid to Aruofteu,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foroign
CountrloB 13 00
l'liynblo Invnrlably In Ailvunco.
Tclephono 250. T. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
J. I. WATERHOUS
For general business thcro
'is not a store in Honolulu
which occupies the same floor
spaco that our hout-o does,
and wo need it. And we
come as near to having a de
partment store as any in tho
islands; as 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
brought in large quantities for
cash, tlioy'ro cheaper that way
and that is tho way we buy.
You get tho advantage of any
discounts wo receive.
One 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-if-'
-tKing you have seen here and
' a bit better because it is con-
s veuient. It's cheap, too.
I We've all sorts of things in
agate ware and in first quality
Meat Choppers, Fry Pans,
Bread Boards, Dust Pans aud
W. P. Fu'ller's Ready Mixed
Paints for household use are
always in demand about the
home. A ready mixed paint
that may be depended upon is
not alwaya to be had. Fuller's
is the acknowledged superior
.. to all others.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Mortagse'c lTotico cf Intention to Fore
close and of Sale.
In accordance wllh tuo provisions of tliat
certain liiiirtunL'O made by (. U. EMMA (k),
and KKAI.AI.A1NA, Iil wife, to JOHN l'U
LAA (k), dated May ib, 188$. recorded In the
IteuUtmr Olliee, Oaliu, in Uber llo, pp. IW'J
And 330, notice Is luretiy given tliat said
morti;a,'ec Intend to foreclose- the same for
condition broken, to wit, the non ii went of
bailiptliielpal and interval ulicn due.
Notice Is llkuwl!) islveti that after Oieex
ptrutlouof tlireo wccKs from tills data the
property cot ered by Mid mortice will be
kdvertined forcalcnnd will be sold at public
auction at the auction rooms ol James K.
Mort'jn, Honolulu, on Wednesday, Annual
V.'. b'JO, at 1'.' o'clock noon of tint day.
For further particular apply to .1. A.
Miijff. attorney lor Jolin Pul.ia, lnort(,'u(,'ee,
llouolli'l Hale, Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July '.'a, 1MW.
The property to tju told Is as follow t:
All tliat pleco or pare! of laud tltuated at
Kajmaliea and Oliukuula, Wulklkl. Oalill,
dtelbed in llo)f Pal cut No. iiVW, Kulwiua
35it, to Knnuiiilill, I'oulaliilni: an urua of four
P0W.NO MY AJWRXUK J'UUM THIS
Y Hawnlliui sluniU, my Ii6)llir(()iuin( Vwi
' will ;hiihii u.y iwo uUnu ."JOI-OT Kuu-
Hfliw.i, )iwwi w m 0Un, m Wh
tm Xan fttfwt Jown w C, AW,
a4f full ww ut Mtetmy,
O A PAT
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
AVill relievo tho mo?t dis
tressing cough, HOOtllO
tho Inflamed incnibnino,
loosen tho phlegm, and
intluco refreshing sleep.
For tho euro of Croup,
Whooping .Cough, Soro
Throat, and nil tho pul
monary troubles to which
tho young nro so liable.
there is" no other remedy so effect-
A Record of nearly 60 years
Cold Kiiilalj st 11.0 Weld's C!;!cl Eaposlllcns.
, -KT The name, AjerV Clierry l'cctnrnl,
It prominent on the wr:ipei mitt li Mown
In tho iil.m nt i.ieli l.oiilo. T,.:e 1.0 cht'jp
Hollistcr Drug Co., Ltd.
3oLu Auenls for the Republic of Hawaii.
a great invention
Jloven Itself about your Lawn. Travels
itt a straight lino or a circle Stops autom
atically. Bet for any length of hose.
ITiT No such Sprinkler has over been
placed ou tho market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
Fort Street, ... - Telephone 20.
ORDER TO FLAGS !
TpE . pjANTId . MILIfiY
fl DRAMA P
Will bo given under the auspicos of
. B,, H. 0. H.
Saxurday, Aug. 8, '96.
Selected from tho Best Locnl
Tho Gon.alos Family will appear
in tho cust, tho whole to bo
uwlor tho personal tlirectiou
of Bob Scott.
SjST SuaUon bulout V, A. JuhoImjii'u
Jwtry btoru, Koit ulitel, oiO llnirnlay,
A"ut flth, ;i70-7t
TEACHER'S PREPARATION CLASS'
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Vromvn 'Smshom far IJ10 Kxl
WAIKIK! HOTEL SCHEME
roNnmoNun o insiik mi'iiktail '
liiniion mc'imsi:. !
Vltli (lint J'rlltc-i;o Tliomim KroiiHC
Will Open Ilio 1'uncock I'rrnilKiiii
Willi 611,010 of Improvement.
Below will bo found n potitiou
to tho Minister of tho Interior)
with tho Ministor'u reply .thereto,
tho documents being eolf-oxplan-atory:
To James A. Kino, Ministor
of'tho Interior, ltopublic of Ha
waii Tho undersigned, residing in
Honolulu, respectfully applies for
a retail liconBO for the vending of
spirituous liquors at tho promises
at Waikiki possessed and occupied
by Vf. O. Peacock, boiug ifJUots
A. B. and O., bounded on tnoEva
sido by tho Long Branch Baths
and on tho Diamond Hoad sido
by tho promises occupied bv
Iu Bupport of this potition tho
undersigned respectfully repre
sents that ho is now and for souio
years past lias been tho proprietor
of tho Arlington Hotel and for
many years has heea engaged in
tlo hotel business.
That for somo titno past thero
has been n demand lor iirst class
hotel accommodations with bath
ing facilities at Waikiki, which
demand has been growing until it
is a recognized wunt.
To moot this demand, petitioner
for sometime past hus been ontho
lookout for a suitable pluco at
Waikiki to meet tho need abovo
roferred to, but until lately has
been unable to find tho necessary
advantages; but has now obtained
u contruct for a lenao of the Pun
cock premises by which petitioner
obtains tho samo for a term of ton
years, and under which will be
spent not less than elovou thou
sand dollars iu putting up certain
structures and improvements on
tho promises in addition to tho
present commodious dwelling
house now thero. These improve
ments to be made according to
plans already drawn and submit
ted with this application. This I
will place ovor 35,000 worth of
improvements upon tho land in
question and will thus place at
tho convenience of tho public ac
commodations such as never havo
been known before at tho beach.
That petitioner further repre
sents that to run such a place and
keep it first-class in ovory respect
it is absolutely necessary to bo
ablo to provide patrons with wines
and liquors, nnd to be ablo to do
so without violating the law und
making respectable patrons a par
That your petitioner will not
undertake tho enterprise with any
intention of selling liquors illi
citly, as tho outlay involved and
tho accommodations to be furnish
ed call for a class of patrons who
will not put themselves in the po
sition whoro thoy havo to buy ami
consume liquors by stealth ami
by violating U10 law.
That petitioner recognising that
largo portions of tho beach havo
been devoted exclusively to pri
vate family residences and to
whom a hotel with or without a
license would bo au intrusion, has
selected a eito in a quartor of tho
beach, and in fact tho only quar
ter of tho beach which in already
semi-public, Long Branch being
upon 0110 side, llauiwai aud
Wright'a Villa boiug 011 tho Dia
mond Head side, ho Hint no ob
jection can bo raised to tho pro
position by tho residents of that
portion of tho beach.
Fui'llimiiioio tho ncutl of Homo
iilaco at Waikiki whore spirituous
liquors may bo lawfully sold un
der propor regulations is fully
rucognjed, ami it is suhmittwl
Jimh domo to a point whom tho
(lovonimoiil may proporly mulct
u-oviHjon so Dial iiqiiois will D11
awfully iolil, tliowby gojng a
onct wny in aombatfnu illlail nhI(m
wloiig Ilio hmuU. I mm wJijhJi do
romnift i rmmUuA nm wJilyh
lmvo a demoralizing tondency. In
tliii" connection attention is called
to lite fact that these to whom tho
furni:'iing of liquor without a
hc.jiisu would bo least objectiou
alK to wit, tourisiK, am the ones
li'ust likely to gel it if they hhould
denim to do so, no proprietors aro
mf raid, to sell to strangers.
Petitioner further calls tho at
tention of tho Government to tho
fuct that tho propirfe.l location is
midwnyon tlio biwicli and tlioro
ro 0Hnily accfusibM.
Petitioner is willing to olTcr
satisfactory guarantees that tho
outhiys iu establishing tho hotel
aud 'the conduct of th samo
tliTonffrtr shall bo as nliovi rcp
n'Stfutvd, and that tho Biiid out
lays will bo commenced within
thirty days and prosecuted
diligently to completion.
The attention of tho Govern
ment is called to tho fact that no
greater inducement to tourist
truilio could probably bo offered
than first class accommodations
at Waikiki, nor anything which
would tend mart lo prolong tho
visits of tourist, when onco horo.
All of which is respectfully
Dei'ahtmext or Inteiiioh,
HoNOf.ULU, H. I., Aug. -1,1890.
T. E. Kiiouse, Esq,, Honolulu,
Silt: I am directed by tho Min
ister of tho Interior to acknowl
edge receipt of your application
for retail lieenso for tho vending
of spirituous liquors at tho W. C.
Peacock premises, Waikiki, Ho
nolulu, Ouliu, and to say in reply
that the Government, for tho pres
sont, does not feel it desirable to
chajigo tho present established
limits for the sale of spirituous
liquors at retail, for tho District
I am therefore directed to re
spectfully deelino your applica
tion. We return you herewith plans
of your proposed improvements
on nbovo mentioned premises.
I havo. tho honor to he,
Your obedient servant,
Jah. H. Boyd,
1st Asst. Clerk.
OAHU SlHlhll COMPANY.
l.'uciiiiriiKliii; '' I'or the Kn.-ca
fit tint (Iranil Si'lii-mc.
). F. Dillingham was asked
about tho good news reported,
that his great sugar plantation
schomo had been floated in Eu
rope. He replied that ho had not
himself received any advices
by mail, but had" obtained
indirect information that was
highly promising for tho early
success of tho project.
The site of tho projected plan
tation is in tho Ewa district, adja
cent to tho great Ewa estate whoso
stock is now gilt-edged. Mr.
Dillingham expresses su promo
faith in tho futuro of tho island of
Ouliu, as ono of tho largest pro
ducers of sugar of all tho islands
of tho group.
I'rrllniliitirr t xmiiliimlnn.
In tho District Court this morn
ing Judgo Wilcox commenced the
preliminary examination of 1'ong
Yeo and Tong Tak, charged with
burglary. Tho complaining wit
ness testified that his houso
was broken into and a trunk
carried away. Tho trunk was
afterwards found on a hill
bido near thu Iioumi with two holes
chopped in it with a hatchut stolen
from tho yard. A revolver, a gilt
chain ami H1.00 iu money had
boon ahidruciod. Tho defendant
had boon hanging round tho place
during tho day on tho pretence of
wanting to buy (aro. Tho exami
nation had not boun concluded at
'2 p. 111,
Singers load tho world, Ovnr
i:i.000,000 iiimlo ami hoI.1, High,
twt awards at tho World' Colum
bian JCxpoHltiou for ox(tfllhiii(t of
oniiHlnicitioii, rogiilaiily of motion,
hiuim or manoii, urm hhh,iu
(llullllltillll .llllTl till III, ,U,U ,J
J ,,-,,, tt, , liimllli lwB'i 11
wining flin) vimmmno of n
)jniH(it, J, llergttmu, itl,
SAN FRANCISCO'S TRADE
noi;tiii:hn i'aoii'ic Exioitno.v
nj:.iu.u 1 r to iokti.ani.
Ilnuiillmi .Tlfrrliiiiiln llrnp it Itoiirtlt
nrrtiii to Tlirre Diillum Ton fit-
nml Vrmteln Colntr lo t tin Mmiiil
When tho Mariposa left San
Ernucisco thcro wero forty-uino
merchant vessels in San Eranoi6
co harbor, only live of which wore
loading and discharging at the
wharves, and this is not an isolat-
ated instance by any meanB. For
months past tho San Francisco
papers havo repeatedly called at
tention to tho decadonco of their
shipping nnd tho desorted nppoar
nnco of thoir wharves. Tho couso
of this stato of affairs is given in
ono paper as tho policy of tho
Southern Pacific Railroad Com
pany, whoso suicidal policy in
chargiug "all tho traffic will bear"
is slowly but surely ruining tho
shipping interests of San Fran
cisco aud has already resulted in
tho starting of opposition steam
Bhip lines from British Columbia,
Seattlo, Tacoma and Portlnud to
tho Orient and Hawaii.
Just at present tho San Fran
cisco papers aro in spasms over
tho loss of the feedstuff business
of tho Hawaiian Islands. "Not
so very long ago all tho feedstuff
used in tho Hawaiian Isles wont
from San Francisco, Bays tho
Call. Now tho Portland mer
chants can ship it to Honolulu
and sell it from i2 to i'd a ton
uuder California prices. Hay,
feed and Hour nro all going Irom
Oregon, nnd iu consequence ntauy
locally owned vcssols aro either
luid up or havo boon sent off
shoro. Tho following well-known
Hawaiian traders aro among tho
number: Tho It. P. Itithet is
seeking a foreign charter, tho S.
C. Allen is waiting for something
to turn ill), tho stoamer Kahului
is laid up, the Itobort Lowers is
going to Australia with, wheat aud
tho Mohican and Archer are pre
paring to follow suit.
When tho Martha Davis and
ono or two others nrrivo from Ho
nolulu thoy also will join tho idle
fleet, unless in tho mcuntimo the
unexpected happons and freights
Another of tho ileot is the bark
Coylon. Finding that thoro was
no chance of securing a cargo
hero, Captaiu Calhoun has ac
cepted a charter to load lumber nt
"It simply amounts to this,"
said a prominent shipper yester
day; " tho railroad rates into Port
land aro away below what thoy
are to San Francisco. In conse
quence, tho farmers cuu laud thoir
goods in Portland ami tho mer
chants can ship them at just that
much less than wo can. Vcssols
get practically tho samo freight
rutes thero as thoy do from this
port, aud, in conscquouco, wo nro
undersold in our own market. Wo
havo to take Hawaiian sugar bo
cause wo iieed it, but if things do
not mend pretty soon, wo won't
bo in it with tho wobfoot State."
While thoro is much mora truth
than poetry in tho statement
thnt tho Southorn Pacific is
to blamo for tho falling away
of San Francisco's shipping, tho
merchnntrt of that city must 1 11 leu a
portion ot it to thomsolves, for
according to tho testimony ot
beveral Honolulu merchants with
whom the writer has talked on
the subject thoy too havo been
guilty of charging "all tho tralllo
would bear," As long as thoy
had a monopoly of tho Island
trade thoy lookud upon it as a
rich juicy oraugo which was to bo
HijiKiQ.eif as often aud as hard as
pohsiblu, and tho Kan Kninoinco
men by long praolieo biicamo
adapts at the riijuuozing piihiiihh,
With tho (iHtalillshimuit of tho
(Jim nd in 11 A iiHtrnlliui lino of htmiiii'
urn Hawaiian imooliiuitH noon
found tliiuiimilviiH iinlupiimlmit of
Dim Hun IframiiHiio nmrliut ami
they Imy not lawn mIdw to Uiliti
('uutlnutsU m 6th I'ayiu
now jui.ikn i. maim: iteriM.
I7.KO HONOLULU I'KOl'I.i:.
a ciiiiioip .ririn ::ur:irti :u or
0.10O 1111 a l)cnl Tor n llliv i'lrfli-tntlnii-Noiun
nf the Tlrtlin.
It was a niyalory to many peo
ple acquainted with Julian D.
Hayno's financial transactions
that ho over got away from Hono
lulu, but ho did aud what is more
his friondB claimed that ho had
Bottled up with everybody ho
owed boforo ho loft. Thoso who
wore acquainted with his record,
anu tuoro aro many ot tuom Hero,
smiled, snid nothinrr nnd nwnitafl
developments. Thoso como on
tue Mariposa last Thursday night
in tho shuno of a number of drnfht
given to creditors by Juliou D.
llayne, drawn on tho Nevada
bank, which wore returned by tlio
bank with tho cudorscmeut "No
The victims havo been keeping
thoir losses very quiet, and thoso
ou whom a Bulletin reportor
called today for verification of
what ho had heard appeared
much surprised that tho affair
should havo reached his ears.
It appears that when Hayno
nnaiiy got ready to leave ho
called on thoso of his nrnilitors
whom ho was afraid might tnko
stops to stoo him nnd nro-
'dticed a letter or letters which
purported to show that Mrs.
Hayno had a deposit of $3000 in a
oauK in j.owa wlucli Imd boon
transferred to tho Nevada Bank
of Sun Fraucisco. Ho then
offered a draft on tho Nevada
bank signed by Mrs. Hayno in
payment of indebtedness. In
many cases tlio draft was accept
ed and a recoipt given. In others
Mr. Hayno wns required to obtain
an omlorsor, which ho seamed
willing nnd ablo to do. Theso
latter creditors aro congratulating
themselves on thoir foresight.
W. L. Peterson, the notary pub
lic and typewriter, is ono who will
rogrot his business transactions
with Julion D. Hayno as long as
ho lives. He has done a great
deal of work for Mr. Hayno at
various times within tho last year.
At times ho has cashed Mrs.
Hayno's checks or advanced mo
ney ou them. When tho final set
tlement previous to Mr. Hayno's
dopartnro came it took a draft of
$1500 to square tho accounts,
which Peterson accopted. Somo
of this was forv money ad
vanced, tho greater part being
for typewriting, etc. Theiu is
also a second draft for 8-100,
signed by Mrs. Hayne, which
rumor says ho is responsiblu for,
having endorsed it so that Julion
could draw tho money on it here.
Whon questioned about the drafts
this morning Mr. Peterson de
clined to admit tho ondorflement
but acknowledged tho truth of
tho two drnfts and his probablo
loss of tho wholo amount. Ilo
ntlirmed tho correctness of tlio ro
porter'B information about tho
letters shown by Hayno, but not
ing on tho ndvieo of his altomoy
declined to stato their contents
for publication. Thoro appears
to be somo doubt as to Mr. Peter
son's liability on tho $100 draft
aud ho has been instructed to say
nothing to anyone until Mr.
Thoro aro numerous other
victims of Mr. Hayno's noculiar
financial methods besides Mr,
Petoison, among whom may bo
monliouod Mis. Mary Ailau 10
and John Buckley of the Hotel
Stnblos about $i0, busidos others
for fiinnllor amounts. 11. 1C. Mo
Intyni look ono of the dritflH for
a uoiiHidorablo amount but ho also
look tho precaution to uul a rtm
pniihibln onilornor at tho hiwiio
time and will Ioho nothing,
Wong T11I W11I ,V Co, of Koo.
liiuloa worn ilulilairnlnly wwiiullinl
out of $ft)() by tin. following t liuk
nml hod, Thoy own a rlmi nliin
tulfon 011 uhiuli wjiU nLU
CunliiHtinl oh Slh bye,
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