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on the Hawaiian Islands.
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Subscription 75c. a month.
Vol. EL No. 375.
,THE EVENING BULLEfPJN.
Published ounry day xept- SnnJcv at
609 Kti ig Street, Honolulu; IT. L
, anyv?hcroin tho Hii
4 Per Year.
ffor Year, , postpaid 'to Ajuiiin.it,
, Caiman , ar Mexico ."ilt 00
'i-er Year, 1 tuiitpaid, otho? Foreign
Countri cs .tlC 00
Puynulo tavtiriablyla Advance.
'Telephone 1 256. "P. O. Bor-60.
B. L FiftHEY.vMBnagcr.
Vriintov enmaybe the resell
of-ilie Elc cifcinn inftho United
States tin 'i;M.vll.W4nnclinHa--vvaii
nnd p loplo to-ou'.tivatosil.
There wii I -still be beautiful
homes unci Ijhvus -for Chinese
and ?Jn punt synrd men to look
after-and k' ,pikcauiiful.
litis a qi Ksfilion if'itiicro arc
many plain is Auhero.gcnter at
fontjoti is paid -to beautifying
the lawns n ud .it is probable (
tho appearn woe oftlu bust of
thelitis in a measure duo to '
us, for vc p rovitlo the garden .
tools df the to'"wn. '
Our stock of Hoes, Rukes,
Weeding For' is, &5ushv Hooks,
is as complete in .nuinberand
quality-as will Ik found any
where. ' Garden end 'Hedge
Shears are bettor when of
. English make and wo have
paid pairi:cular attention ic tho
selection, of these tools.
"VVe have other articles for
-the gardm which must .ro
th eniselve. to yo;; if
'you are j tic1 go
of qualities. -
TrowclB Oo's and G3ash
'Hooks arezsoful; so are Hand
.Axes when trimming algoroba
'We do not have ciaclusive
sale of these articles: ievory-
"body sells rthem, but they
don't all sell iis good quality ns
we. When you buy from us
our .name ov.ar tho door is a
guarantee of ths qunlity and
J. T. WATEHHOU
Mortagoe's Notice of Intention to Fore
close and of Sale.
In accordance with the provisions of that
certain mortL'ao maile by (. II. KbAM.Y (k),
una KKA1.ALA1NA, his wife, to JOHN l'U
'LAA (k), dated .May SS, 183S. reconleil In tho
Keirlstrur Olllce, Oilni, In Uhur tlo, pp.3."J
and MO, notice U luictiy ulvcu Hint said
mortcagoe Intends to foreclose tho sumo for
condition broken, to wit, thonon pa men t of
both ptlnclml and interest when due.
Notice Is likewise iIen that after lhoe-
plratlon of tliruo weeks from this dto tho
property covered by said morttMKU will ho
ttdvertleed for t.iilo and will he sold nt pnblle
nnctloi at the nuttlott roams ol James K.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday, August
VI, lsUO. at 1 o'clock noon of that day.
For further particular apply to J. A.
Maroon, nttoi iiey lor John I'nlna, moitnaKae,
Honolulu Hale, Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July !U, IS'.KI.
Tho propcity to ho sold $ as follows:
All that pleeo or pored of land situated at
Kapaakea nud OpuU.tln, WulkIM, Oahu,
described in ltoynl l'olont No. U50S, Kuleana
UK, to Kaneauhll, conWlnlnuniiarcn of four
and :iU-too acres. !i.VJ-td
(Physician - ami - Surgeon
ltesidcnco next to II. W. Schmidt,
&., Herctauiit Ktreet
DIsssks or Eyt Ear, Kcsa ana TbroaL
Mndo Ilcr JJto ItlUurnhlv, but Sliu 1
JtoAil the l-tllllnnr of 3 It-. J O.
Monro, Coliuri;, Victoria, wlviityijior
trnlt la alto given t
"Fomo few years ago J giiftVtd
terribly with indigestion r.nu v i -r.il
debility. I could nut !-,,
.mil my conditloli was -smli : ii
niako my hio nilscrablf. JS'oin'
!lio many remedies I tr;id ili'l mi
any Rood, an3 I dcspatr'H ol.evtr
fetliiiR better. Ouoof lnv fuoi'i
told mo of UiB blaod-piirtt.unj.' an
"l renKtli-Rlvinr propertiesnl' A vi-i
arsitiiarilliv. and I bijan takiiijrii
Heforo I Inidflitislicd tbelbst b.utK
t felt better, and was thin jiki i
iifed IokIvo thp jiiediclno it j imrnui
fi.il. In all 1 used four bottles
iik! thou was perfectly eurl nl.tV
triovNistrotiblf) wbieli haO.illlletiil
uui. I now reeoinmeml, t anyoiic
MtiTeruig ni 1 did.
ffii r- B
? a 'Jpltcdiil f,'cre aid Cloaii Kcdlclr.s.
Hollistcr Drug Co., Ltd.
3olo Acentq for tlw Eopublio of Hawaii.
HWEISS & COOKI
A GREAT TI0ti
SInvor itscli iibout yourLavn. Travel
la n straiaUt lino or it circle. Stoprf nutoiu
atioally. Sot for any length ciihoso.
ITZTllJo sucit Spiinklor bat pver been
X.U.CCU.J0UJU1O uiiirKot belorc.
Come and See it!
LEYERS & COOKE,
rort Street, - - - - Telephone 20.
tfE HAlfE BJOtfED !
Wo aro gotling in a BIG STOCK
nt our Now Store
Medeiros & Decker,
Fine Tailoring and
Tho llakery on Klnu street formerly run by
Mis Sliurcj .wJJJ.from this dalo, bo controlled
hv mo. . 1.0U1S SINQKIl,
5Taly JlojyolUj An,; 1, 1M0.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 189G.
LOIE POLLER'S RIVAL HERE
IttNTIMUlI'Oll'A'lJtll AltO CM) Tilt!
J.bo rltnn HnniH'tl
Loic Fuller's rival is resting in
California. Sho is Elsie Adair, a
nativo of 'this State, and aa I er
mother Ji-veaiu Hup Mntco, she
has coflie dtoro to rc'ouporate nftor
a long and oihausting seneoo in
For nearly n year, without a
singlo uiglitoir, she has been
dnncing at Jroctor's Pleasure
Palaco in Now York. Sho was
tho Btar performor of tho special
ty company and tho houso was
jMies Adair..haB almost as many
inventions to her credit ns Edi
sou. She was tho first dancer to
do a backwnrd somersault. She
introduced pink ileshings under
the voluminous whito Bilk skirts
that make sill tlio beauty of the
Berponlino dauce, thus improving
on Lote Fullei's purplo.
Though vory young and with
all tho slender suppleness of tlio
early twenties, Alisd Adair lias
been on tho siago somo years.
In 1892 sho was a bonbrolto, with
a salary of $50 a week.
She was doing u little
dnnco that tho critics wore
pleaBed to call oood. and ono dnv I
iiio iiuea BirnoK nor timt tlio spo-1
7l 1 . . w. ..... XI
I cialty people woro making money,
1 and she believed she could do it.
JJoriirst engagement was at the
Jiladisou-tfqunre lioof Garden in
World's Fair times, nnd she was
sm instantaneous success. It wits
a most ucreeaulo onanaomont.
irilli Indian princes and othor in- J
teresting toreign persons in tho
audience. Best of nil tho salary
was 5250 a week.
For awhilo Miss Adair was an
acrobatic dnncor. She iB very
slender, but very muscular also,
and there is a power iu hor that
Beoms impossible for ono of her
slight physique. When sho did a
back somersault hor audionco wns
startled. Sho always did it in
short skirts, and it all happened
so quickly that there was n whiff
of drapery, a puff of petticoats,
and tho thing was done.
But tho somorsault nnd tho split
havo bcon rolired with other
dillicnlt nnd ungracoful things,
mRBy&vaissxriTBtBSguZL . j.'a""1 -. a m
B-?fl'rti.Ui'.V(!MtV;'T'.f-l-,3?'S' ??SW!eHSji "iWVifta
W?A4v b Bffl
Ktm mZI f.-?Pi 9r-' " 3"W i''V. v'' .'"lcW '"' r.Ti 'TJr-is
c . WBPwmsfflBxmi -asmm
U SaSBS'y'i. SI TSffJS3E3KffiSa3:tf t . if V . ,V S38k
mm-Rtf '.;) k itG.vwtxtusYJj4.i. .h..-o -,a .,.'., vaaMt
Mifflm&xsss&aztM $ t w mgs w$mm
i UL.--n!ar..TKv'jvi-,'i-rJ5vvr v vs.j svi -r 'jn-sti. iiAvii;.(ij'.
m$mi?-j98$ . v a ) - sMi
' "";! rw MT,Adttir io bor-
! 8flt .to Rracoful postunnge, an ar-
I twtio inaninnlation of drnnorv
ninl.oni'iiHional Bwift, high kicks,
for i0)M id not ln.y, and hor sor
p nliiio iliuieo, though tlio acme of
puico, in neither nluw not tnono
AUkb Adair lins been onco
around tho world, ami on July, .'50
bIu leavofl for Honolulu, to com
ploto.her bocoih! tour of the globe.
Witlj hor goes a '.pecinlty co.m
pnny, nnd tho itibcrnry in'oludos
Honolulu, Japan. China, Siberia
and morit of tho European couu
TJlo -wnnlrobo of tlio dnncor in
superb. Ono of lior gowns t'ou
tuiin, .')i;0 .vanls or a mlk that iH
neither Chineso, Jupaneso uor In
diaujyet partakoB -of- all of thorn,
and Is truly gossamer in fineness.
Ono gown, shaped like a huge
umbrella, is sixty yards around,
another is 122. All of theso nro
simply gatlioied at tho waist or
around the neck. Thero is but
little fulnoHS at tHe top, but they
are fearfully and wonderfully cut,
and they flow nud wave and curve
tu the most harmonious of lines.
One black gown, covered with
irideBcout spangle, it sovouty
livo yards around the hem. It is
simply a huge wheel. One of tho
new droBses Mit-s Adair Iiiib had
mndo for tho Orient Js of salmon
pink brocaded satin, with an
organ pipo skirt. This is covered
with silver spangles and imitation
emeralds, and is lined with leaf
green bilk. Tho stockings and
slippers are green, nnd tho whole
effect is of big pink roso with
gieon cnlyi. nnd stamen. This
is for a sor,g-nnd-danee act
Mi'sr Adnin Imu i.,v.An,i .. i,...
---- 3 ...,,.,,wi. ,. unit
ner dance, iu which she useB two
ow". '-'no is wuuoamt ten yauiB
long, tho other jniintcd like a sor
lent nnd seventeen yards in
.lougtli. They lire waved in
figures. "While dancing, this slim,
graceful young person standi on
a slu-et of plato glass. Light is
wn up from below, in from
tho wingB nnd down from nbovo.
The lithe figure in pink tights is
outlined undor tho billows of
silk, nnd it is all very pretty and
MisB Adair does not expect to
dance very much longer. She
protests that thi.B girdling of the
globo is, in truth, a farowoll. Slio
has n mother of whom sho is
fond, nnd hor eye ou a place iu
San Mateo whoro sho intends to
rest nnd lenvo tho whirling silken
robes long beforo sho is 30 years
of ngo. S. F. Chronicle.
Becoptiou on tho Adnins tlm
afternoon from 3 to 0.
CHECKING COLD EXPORTS
mi: nvNKs it.an in savi
Without Ilia AM (' I'ori'luu llmi-c
tlio Nv York ItdiiUcrx Would
New YoitK, July 28. Bcfer
ring to the plan to check gold ox
ports, devised by tho committee
of foreign bankers nnd unani
mously ngreod to by tho members
of that committee, tho Herald this
"Tho attitude of tho baukors to
ward their custom ors, it is Baid,
will bo to simply assure thorn that
thero will bo an abundant supply
of bills in tho market at low rates.
Through discounting their own
paper and establishing credits
abroad to draw against, tho inter
national houses will . keep tho
exchange rates at a iiguro that will
mako gold exportation an expen
sive transaction. Although ofli
ciulB of tho bankB who deposited
with tho Sub-Treasury to restoro
tho roservo disclaim any connec
tion with tho foreign bankers, it
is gonprnlly admitteil that the suc
cess of tho one wns mndo dopon
dent upon tho notion of the other.
Many of tho bank presidents
would not havo parted with their
gold had they not boon as
sured that the foreign houses
would nrrango somo plan whero
by tho metal might bo retained in
tho country. They bhw no use of
paying it into the Treasury if it
wns to bo as promptly withdrawn,
and iu concoqucuco tho foreign
blinkers' action was a necessity.
"Thero lias bcou considerable
discussion as to tho amount of ex
change that will bo necessary to
tide over the interval of depres
sion resulting from the agitation
of tho election. It mav bo S15.-
000,000, and It mny be, nnd pro-
unuiy win e, more. Wlnlotho
period that is necessary to mako
provision for is set down at sixty
days, it is understood that if tlio
Bupply of cotton aud grain bills
in tho market bo not sullicient
to adjust affairs within Hint time,
thou the pool will continue in
operation for a longer period.
Tho intention is to offset nuy
sudden panic which mny follow
tho excitement of tho campaign.
"The workings of the syndicate
will, of courso, ontail inconvoni
enco upon individual 'members,
and possibly to some loss of pro
fits. Tho lnttor, it is said, will bo
homo pro rata among tho mem
bers. Tho firm that will mnnago
the pool, or, ns it will bo called,
tho clenring houso for oxchniige,
nro J. P. Morgan A Co., August
Bolmont .t Co., L. Von Hoffman
& Co.; Kalin, Loob Sc Co. and Lnz
ard Froros. Brooklyn banks will
fall iuto line to-day in an effort to
maintain tho rosorvo inaugurated
by Now York and joined in by
Boston, Philadelphia and Cliicu
go. Tho movement soonis, there
fore, to be iufoctioua and no doubt
now remains ns to its success and
tho wisdom of the movement."
IH-ittli or 1'nllier IIiiiiiI.I
Through oversight tho death of
Dr. Elins Bond of Kohala has not
hitherto been noted in this paper.
Ho died July 24 at tho ngo of 8H.
Dr. Bond was tho pioneer of sugar
planting in Kohala, beginning
tlio industry beforo it was proiit
nblo, ehieily to give employment
to nntives. Ho wns ono of tho
"missionary fathom," coming out
in tho fourth relay from tho
United States. When his sugar
enterprise mndo him wealthy ho
provetl to bo libornl with his
money for religious nnd bono
volont purposes, nis children
aro in honored stations hero and
in tho fnthoiland, ono of thorn be
ing lloprosontativo E. 0. Bond in
tho Hawaiian Legislature.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dental
ofiico Cottngo No. 100, Alakoa
street, tiiluphmiQ No. (15 Office
yiours D am. to '1 ir. si. '
Pkice 5 Cents.
BAD SHOOTING SCRAPE
jack ritvi: Nicor i. rut aiiNr
II Y FRITZ XI MI A XX.
Tno .Member of Rninpnny A. Have
Drunken UUHrrrl imj Ono V.'iml
I'll In tlm Ilonpltnl.
At 12:23 this morning Fritz
Niemann shot Jnck'Fryo in tho
chest, near the comer of Kichards
and Queon streets, the weapon
used being n rifle. Tho ball
struck tho man on tho left sido
and, glancing, mndo n furrow
across the chest about eight
inches long. Tho wounded man
ran into his room near by nnd
Dr. Wayson wbb sent for. Tho
doctor advised his removal to tlio
hospital nnd accompanied him '
thero. On nrrival his wound was
examined and proporly dressed.
Tlio injury is not necessarily
dangerous unless fovor should
It appears tho two men, who aro
both members of Company A and
employed on tho dredger, had
somo difiiculty before and during
tho drill lnst.night which culmi
nated in Fryo striking Niemann
in the face beforo leaving tho drill
shed. The difiiculty was patched
up, however, and tho men went
down town nnd colebrnted the
declaration of peace by imbibing
more beer than was good for thorn.
Aft,or tho salooua closed up tho
men started to thoir homos on
Queen street whoro "tho quar
rel was renewed aud tho mon fin
ally fjot to fighting, using tho butt
ends of their rillos ns weapons.
Duriug tho fight tho shot wns
fired which so nearly proved fatal.
Thero wero no witnesses to the
Niomanu was nrrosted by Lieu
tenant Edwards shortly afterwards
nnd tnken to tho police station.
He nckuowledged tho shooting,
claiming that it was in Bolf-do-fousp.
Ho was in a maudlin state
Niemann was brought beforo
Judge do la Vergno this morning
on tho charge of assault with au
attempt to murder, but tho caso
went over until the 4th to nwait
tho result of Fryo's injuries.
Inquiry nt the- hospital this
afternoon showed that tho wounded
mint wiib not vory bad and that
there was little doubt that ho
would soon bo nil right ngnin.
Ctirlallnu Church Aiinlvrraitry.
"The little church around tho
corner" was filled with n happy
throng last night. It was tlio
second annivorsary of tho Chris
tian Church in Honolulu. Tho
interior wns benutifully decomted,
under direction of Mrs. lioardmau,
with jessamine vines nud ilowers.
There was n congregational ro
viow of tho way in which tho
society had boon led to begin
with. W. L. Hopper gnvo a
financial statement. It showed
thero wns no dobt on tho neat but
commodious edifice. Short ad
dresses were dolivorod by Pastor
T. D. Garvin, Mr. and Mrs.
Woedon, Miss Beard and Mr.
Temploton. MiBs Louiso Board
man gnvo a recitntion with happy
effect. A cargo of ice orenm was
thawed out, stacks of cako wero
demolished, and lakes of lomonndo
drained. Keen socinbility reign
ed until near ton o'clock. Tho
pleasant event was a cheery con
gregational farowoll to the devoted
pastor in anticipation of his pro
jected long vncation.
Judgo Carter will hear divorce
Tho foreign jury will probably
bo required tho middle of noxt
If you want to frame anything
in tho vory best manner; if you
want your frame to harmonize
with your picture; if you want tho
best and most tnstoful frnmo in
tho markot, go to King Bros,.