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Vol. II. No. 73.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.!
PublUlipd every cIh except Bnndiiy nt
009 KinK Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Menlli. nnywlmro in (ho Hn-
wnllnn IrImhIh 7ft
Per Year. "
Per Year. polimIl to Aiuertca,
ChikuIii, or Mmleo lu(C
Per Vwir, postpaid, othor Foroin
Countries 13 (X)
l'H)'iille Inviirliilrtv In Ailvmioo.
Telephone 2M. V. O. Dox HO.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
For general business tlvero
is not a store in Honolulu
which occupies the same floor
space that our houo does,
and we need it. And wo
come ns near to having a de
partment store as nny in the
islands; as nearly to that goal
as the trade of the islands will
You know what a depart
ment storo menus low prices
for good articles. Goods are
bought in largo quantities for
cash, tlioy'rc cheaper that way
and that is the way we buy.
You get the advantago of any
discounts 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 better becauso it is con
venient. It's cheap, too.
"VVvo all sores of things in
agate waro and in first quality
Meat Choppers, Fry Pans,
Bread Beards, Dust Pans and
W. P. Fu'ller's Ready Mixed
' Paints for household use are
always in demand about the
homo. A ready mixed paint
that may be depended upon is
not always to bo had. Fuller's
is the acknowledged superior
to all others.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Kortagco's ITotico of Intontion to Foro-
cloco and of Saio.
In accordance Willi I lie provisions of Hint
ctTlaln miirlL'auu muilc liy (i. II. KI.AM A (K).
ml KKAI.AI.AlN A, lil wife, to JOHN I'U
I.AA Ik), lutcl Mny .'8, 188S, recorded In tliu
Iteclstmr Olllce, Oulni, lit I.lljcr llo, pp. itti)
and SMI), notleu la liiiel) fjlvtu that said
murlL'UKi'u IntuiuU to forecloo tliu cuinio or
condition liiokni, to m It, tliu noil oajnicnt of
liolli iilnclial mid Intercut tiliou ilm.
Notice In likewise ulvcn Unit iiflcr ilioex.
plratlon of tlin-e weeka from IliU datu tliu
property covered by will inortKiiiju will bo
udvertUed forcnlu mid will bo Bold nl public
ik tiou nt tliu nuclloii rooms o James K.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Weilnc.il.iy, AiiL'iiat
W, IstlO, itt Vi o'clock noon of tint diiy,
For 'further pjitleulum npply to J. A.
Miikooii, iittornuy lor doliu l'uliia, iiuirtKoaee.
Honolulu Hale, McrUinut utrect.
Hated Honolulu, July UU, IS'.W.
Tlio property to bo Hold la as follow es
All that piece or parcel of lauiUltuuted nt
hnpnnkcn nnd. Opukmtln, Wulklkl, Ouliu,
dckcrlbed m Hojnl Patent No. BRS, Kulennn
15W, to K u n i aulill, conUlnlnii au urea of four
nnd ill)-1 oo ncrcii. :i.VJ-td
TEACHER'S' PREPARATION CLASS!
," MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Proparo Toitoliors for the Next
W Apply nt IIiikIo Ilouso. .'IM-lm
Health and Strength
HY THE IhK OK
' Jin. M. .. Cuniniltur. of nrratille,
Vltlurln. Aiiilrulla, hn).i
"About n yoar ngo, I hwl n sevcro
attack of Inllumir.it, wliluli left mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or Interest In life. Obtaining
little or no relief from doctors, or
from tlio many remedies recom
mended to me, I finally tried Ayor'a
Sursapurllla, and from that time,
began to Rain health nnd fltren(;tli,
I continued the treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
great pleasure- in telling my friends
of tho merits of Aycr'a SarHitparilla,
and the happy results of its use. I
consider it tho best blood-purifier
Cold Medali at the World's Chid Exposition?.
AYCR'Q PII I Q for Constipation
HlCnO rlLLO and Blliousnoss.
Sugar-Contod, Mild but Effcctlvo
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole-Agents for tho Itopublio of Hnwnil.
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itnelf about yourLiiwii. Travels
in a straight liliu or u circle. Stops nutoui
uticully. Sot for nny lcuetho( huso.
CV No bucU Sprinkler
bus oer be-cu
piuceu on tuo uuirKet ueiore.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
Fort Street, - . . L Tolephouo 20.
WE HAVE IjOtfED !
"Wo nro gutting in i
tit our JNevJ
Medoiros & Decker,
Fine Tailoring and
A VALUAULKDIAMONDHIIIltT PIN.
I'liulor will icceivo tho ulinvi loulil upon
luiHiiiiiie; uiu pin io uio iJL'i.i, ltti.n omcu.
HONOLULU, II. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 18.
BISHOP ESTATE REPORT
f.ONIHIION or HA.-UIIAm.lf A
NI'IIOOI.S IHf 1IJAR.
I'urloii .TlHtlrra ('oiiiictrd .M'ltli tt.
irriut-AniiilKl Arruuul huiI IN'.
port nrtlii ,TU.
'iho trusloes of tlio osltte of
tlio Into Mth. J'ernieo '. Jiishop
Imvo hied tlioir niiinml report
IJioy lmwf' cotupiliHl with
KjuuiI . direutious Jitst v'ir. m
payiug off tlio ovcnlraft with
Binliopfc Co., iuhI iictiouutiiig for
BUioliargoil uommitiHion. Tbo
doatli of a native woman, Nankn
hiki, 1ms roliovcd tho Estate of
tho payment of S3G0 annuity un
dor tho will. Tho only ohunges
iu tho capital account have boon
tho Bale of Kooun Ilnlo to tho
Qovorumont for tho purposes of a
High School for 30,000, tho
monoy boing required toward the
illation of tho lndelitpdiin.qH In
hop & Co., and tho relinquish-
niout of tho TniKteos' elnim to tlio
ahuptinti of Pnhoa, Lahninn,
which hud turned out not to bo
long to tho Estate Particular
tiro given ot different operations
in the lino of improvements.
Tho Kiunohnnielm Schools tiro
reported to linvo been maintained
throughout another year with
good results. The opening of the
school year was somewhat do
ranged by tho outbreak of cholera,
and tho attendance at tho schools
interfered with. Tlio attendance
ul tho JJoys' School has been
lurgor than for two years past,
particularly in tho Preparatory
Department. Thoro have been
recoived at tho Manual Depart
ment 115 pupils, with an avorngo
nttoudanco of 110. Tho attend
ance at tho Preparatory has been
GO, all that the building will ac
commodate. At tho Girls' School
thero havobeon (!(5 pupils recoived
during tho year, and tho cIobo of
tho year shows an enrolment
Tho Normal Class work of
both schools has boon kept up to
a high standard, but tho attend
ance at tho Manual has boon only
iivo at tho close of tho year. Tho
teaohors graduated from tho Nor
mal Class havo givon a good ac
count of themselves, and their ser
vices havo tho approbation of tho
Inspector General of Schools.
Tho health of tho scholars has
boon vory good, notwithstanding
nn epidemic of measles. With re
gard to tho luttor tho hospital was
useful in keeping the epidomiu
within bounds, as only 81 cases
required uttontion out of tho 211
pupils attending tho bcIiooIb.
Another teacher is to bo added
to tho Girls' School staff. A cot
tage will bo built for teachors of
the Manual. Hon. O. It. Bishop
has contributed funds for tlio
erection of u stone chapol, for tho
pupils of both schools, and tho
foundations of tho buildiii'' aro
Tlio annual ncconnt nt flm
Trustees under the will of Mrs.
B. P. Bishop exhibits rocoipts of
118,880.88, ptiymouts $139,1)13.30,
bulanco cash on hand &89G7.C8.
The annual account of tho Uor
nico Pauahi Museum Tniht shows
S13.282.92 of receipts, $12,985.22
of expenditures nnd balruico of
$297.70. Thoro is a debit buluneo
from last account of 81959.20.
In tlioir report on tho Musoum
tho Trustees rofor to the tour of
Curator Brighiim round tho world
"with tlio viow of sooing what
Hawaiian antiquities thoro may
bo in othor museums, securing
such articles as would bo ossontial
in making moro coinploto our ex
hibit of Polynesian othuology,
and arrauging for a sories of ox
changes with tho vnrioiiB musoums
and ethnological societies of tlio
Arrangomonts Imvo been miido
with tlio British Musoum and tho
British Association by which tho
Bisho) Musoum Blinros in tlio
collection of birds mid inssots
that is being nintlo on theso is
lftiidH by 11. O. L. Porkius for
IIioho institutions. All tho ex
ptuipo ot theso arrangomonts 1ms
Im'imi borne by Mr. Bishop. To
him tlio Musoum iu also iudobtod
for li addition of nvpr 1500 spo
cimtMiitn nn h'-rhurium. including
twenty nnd more now spicios now
first In ought to tho notice ot stu
dents of botany.
The number of visitors to tho
Museum has boi-n vory large, es
ppt'inlly from two Clausen tliu
! ChinoM with llu-ir wives and ohil-
drou iiikI public school teachort
with their classes. These latter
havo found a widn Hold for ml.
tl,Q'VniicmoiiJ in iidejligeut iiifomm-
ll'-Ii III iruillillll UIIH ISl'HKI worm
of the Pnoilie. and for siieoinl ov-
orcisps in lauguago in writing i
tlioir Uoscriptious ot what they
havo seen and admired.
the i'im:i'im,i; cnnkhy.
Jloorlptltiii ol'tliu II iiiiNiiiiiu Lubcl
Ui'il on id I'rnilucln.
Tho pineapple cannery at
Emmeluth and Kidwell's .planta
tion is running full blast and ex
pects to turn out a pack of from
four to iivo thousand cases of
strictly first chibs goods this
Beason. The new label designed
by theSchmidt Label and Litho
graphing Company of San Fran
cisco is artistically gotten up,
showing a viow of Diamond Head
with n group of cocoaiiul palms
in the foreground. Across tho faco
of tho label is a reproduction of a
largo pineapplo, tho wholo being
iu dainty colors. Tho mauagn
ment has resolved to pack only
the highest grade of canned fiuit
and thus obtain and maintain a
reputation for tho Hawaiian pro
duct. The lirst shipment of the
season, consisting of 1000 cases,
will go foiward to Sun Francisco
iiKiMitriJiti: r count .iiutm'.
With tlio ('mm trs ll- I.cu by
Count Mutsu, the distinguished
Jupaiioso statesman, and tho
Countess will loavo for homo by
the Bleainor China now nearly
duo. Tho Count has found
considerable benolit from tho
sea voyage and his fow weeks'
stay in Honolulu, but is not a
well man by any means. His
trouble is ot a pulmonary nature.
It is to bo hoped that tho homo
ward voyago will further holp
him. The Couut ib a good sailor.
Countess Mutsu, it is recorded
with extromo regret, is also ailing.
Situ was very ill yostorday. Couut
Muthu, it is ascertained, is much
pleased with this country and its
climate. His visit will be roniom
bered with pleasure, thoro is littlo
doubt, by tho President and
members of the Cabinet.
I'lim-rnl nlill. llrmm.
A fow of tho immediate friondB
of tho lato Phil. Braun and his
loving wife accompanied the body
from tho houso to St. Andrew's
Cathedral yestorday aftoruoon.
Tho palhbearors, who woro all
comrades of tho deceased in tho
lato volunteor tiro department,
rodo in a wngonetto to tho church
uud nftorward to Nuuanu ceme
tery. Bow Alox. Mackintosh con
ductccl tho services in a sym
pathetic mnnner. Wray Taylor,
organist, played low solemn
music ns tho body was
borno up tho aisle. "Nearer
my God to Theo" was sung in tho
church, and Mr. Mackintosh re
cited "JuBt as I tun" at tho grave.
Intorment was in tho volunteor
liro department's lot, which is
marked bv a tall marble shaft in
the middle Tho caskot was a
handsomo ono heavily trimmed in
blaok with silk fringo festoons
and mounted with silver;. On n
silver name plate was tho follow
ing inscription: "1'Jrnst Ulto J'Jn
lip Hraun, born at Kossol, Gor-
mnnv. .lulu 9T 1H.10 T):.,.i Tr.
nolulu, August 2, 1890."
Beautiful, artistic, accurato,
cliarinintr island views at Kin
Bros. Every prominent noint on
tho islands is photogrophed by us
and painted by tho boht ot our
EXCITING FIRE ALARM.
Al'CIIII.M' to rm: hum or .o. a
iiiisi: caii i.
lc ol Hip llnro llroiUK it Li'ir nml
Has in hn Mliol"l,llllc ItxmiiMc
I'miu Hip I'lro.
An incipient blaze, which was
nipped in tho bud by tho liromon,
occurred on Maunakea street,
near tho corner of Qticon, nt five
minutes boforo noon today, in a
two Btory wooden shanty, occu
pied as sleeping apartments abovo
and bolow as a small grain ware
house and fish store. The pre
mises are owned by Lam Toi Koo,
and the rooms abovo occupied hy
three Chinese, while Tom Choy
ruuB tho fish emporium.
Tho firo originated in a pilo of
matting nnd clothing iu tho upper
Btory, nnd is supposed to havo
boon started from some ono
smoking. A holo was burned
through tho floor and n small
amount of clothing scorched, tho
damage being vory Blight.
Y hilo on the way to tho firo
No. 2 Iiobo wagon mot with a
disaster. At tho corner of Nuu
anu and Hotel Btroots, in attempt
ing to make i tho turn makai,tio wag
on had gained bo much headway
that tho off horse.u largo,hondsomo
bay, rnn into tho tolephone polo
nt tho Cosmopolitan saloon corn
er, breaking his log. Dr. Shaw
was called and, after examining
tho auimnl, decided that it should
bo shot, which wns immediately
l'ollcr Court lU'llla.
In tho District Court this morn
ing tho case of Henry Dole, ac
cused of obstructing au ofiicor in
tho porformunco of his duties,
was Bot for trial on tho 7th, nt tho
request of tho defendant.
Ah Kai was lined $50 for hav
ing opium in possession.
Ah Tong pleated guilty of hav
ing n clmfa ticket in his posses
sion and was fined $20 nnd costs.
Tho preliminary examination of
Yong l'oo and Tong Talc on a
charge of burglary was completed
yestorday. Tho defendants were
discharged, tho ovidonco not being
sufficient to connect them with
Juan Boaries, arrested for tho
larcouy of fruit from Georgo Car
ter's place, has boon discharged
from custody, his case having
been nollo pros.'d.
IlllNellllll Hi Hllu.
Tho baseball betwoon the Hilos
and Huwaiis on Aug. 1st, stood
in favor of tho Hawaiis, 11 to 8.
Following is the list of uaraos:
c Harry ViIdor, c
, p V. A. Thrum, p
lb.Iuc Cunloy, lb
2biJ Bowland, 2b
31)1. Marcaulas, 3b
rfjPi. Stephen, rf
cf.Otto lioso of
Tliu Court Murtlul.
Tho mombors of tho Court mar
tial Avhich was convened to try
Captain Good held their final ses
sion last night. A verdict was
reached and transmitted to Min
ister Cooper who will approve or
modify it as ho bpos fit. Until tho
Miuistor mnkos tho verdict public,
tho members of tho Court aro
sworn to seorooy ns to tho result.
Hon Ulurixlitii Will lie.
Commissioner Josoph Marsdon,
who is supposed to bo on a walk
ing tour, drovo into Waiohinu the
other day with a fine double toain
and two ladies in tho rear seat.
If you want to framo anything
in tho vory best manner; if you
want your framo to harmonizo
with your picturo; it you want tho
best and most tasteful framo in
the market, go to King Bros.
PiuoB 5 Oknts.
THE STEAMSHIP CHINA
lutoKi: j mo ui:oui)s o. in:
i.Asr tuu to rm; coA,r.
.tvcrncrit slxlcni ICtiutH llciitfpii lln-
iioliihi nml Sun l'ruiiclLo-ciilr
Mounril llooilclillil n l'iiuirci-.
The Pneific Mail Steamship
Company's China, which is off
port this afternoon, brako two
records on lior last trip, viz.: the
fuslest record on tho voyage from
Honolulu to San Francisco anS
tho record from Yokohama to Sae
FronciBCo. Iu Octobor, 1895, slit
mudo tho run from Honolulu to
San Francisco in 5 days, 13 lioure
and 19 minutes, which established
a now record. On her last trip
sho completed tho same journey
in 5 days,. 11 hourB and 11 min
utes, thus boating her own record
by 2 hours and 8 minutes. The
steamer's performance was .
splendid ono, as bIio averaged 111
knots an hour between Yokohama
and Honolulu, nud 10 knots nn
hour botween Honolulu nnd Sar.
Tho China left Honolulu on the,
13th ult. at 0:22 p. m. During the
succeeding oighteon hours sho cov
ered 288 knots. Tho next day slit
made 370 knots, tho next 308, the.
noxt 370, tho next 370, and at 8:0
a. m. on tho P.lth sho finished hot
course of 2091 nautical miles.
The stenmor's timo from Yokoha
ma wns 15 days 15 hours and 2'J
minutes, which eslnblishoB an
othor record from thnt port, and
from Hongkong 21 days 7 Iiouk
and 0 minutes.
In couvorsation with ono of hoi
engineers on a previous trip .
Bulletin reporter was informed
thnt tho big liner has novor yet
been opened out to her full steam
ing capacity, nnd all of herboilore.
havo never yet been, in uso at out
timo. Tho statement wna made
that, tho China could avorogo
boventoon knots nn hour,
day in and day out. whonovor
competition made it necessary.
Of course tho increased coal con
sumption is an item of expense
that tlio company desires to save
as long as pobsiblo.
Chief S toward Goodchild will
bo a passenger and a geutlomaa
ot leisure this trip, a3 ho is going
to quit Bteamboatiug. IIo is ono
of tho most popular moil in hie
line, aud iu consequence has rvr
ceived many llnttering offers. Ot
his last trip ho was tendered tho
management of tho Hongkong
Hotel, and at onco nccoptod it.
Ho will take up his now duties on
tho arrival of tho China at Hong
kong. riuctlnir huiiMtliun.
M. S. Lovy, tho Fort-street drj
goods morchaut, worn out by loug
bearing of arms against ouU
rageous business fortune, retired
on Monday to Kalihi for rest. Ho
did not tell his family or storo
assistants whoro ho was going,
and there was somo anxioty yoB
terday over his absonco. In the
evening his whoroabouts woro as
cortaiuod and tho polico brought
him to town and homo. IIo Boom
ed to bo Bomowhat dazed ovor his
businoBB troubles. Tho storo was
attached by tho principal credit
ors in his absonco, and a police
man placed on guuul at tho door.
Ono of tho ovoning papers woa
kind onough to suggest that Mr.
Lovy hail committed suicide,
whilo another one had littlo doubt
that ho had skipped out on tho
strange bark Petitcodiac, that
called off port for medical dtlon
danco on tho captain. Mr. Lovy
had made a bravo attorn pt to keep
his head abovo water in businestt,
and deserves as ho doubtless will
recoivo tho sympathy of tho com
munity in his failuro.
Tho Criterion Saloon is u
pleasant placo to go to and ito
groatost attraction is tho puro,
cold Soattlo boor on draught
thoro. It makes ono's mustaoho
curly and puts now life into tho