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HONOLULU, H. L, MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Sundny nt
009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
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I'aynblo Invnrlnbly In Advnnoo.
Tolephono 250. P. O. Bol 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
1 1. WATERHOUSE
Whntovor maybe tho result
of the Election in tho United
"States there will bo land in Ha
.waii and people to cultivate it.
There will still bo beautiful
homos and lawns for Chinese
and Japanese yard men to look
. after and keep beautiful.
'It is a question if there are
man' places whore gcator at-
tention is paid to beautifying
the lawns and it is probablo
tho appearance of the best of
them is in a measure due to
'us, for we provide tho garden
tools of the town.
! Our stock of Hoes, Rakes,
"Weeding Forks, Bush Hooks,
is as complete in nutnbers and
quality as will be found any
where. Garden and Hedge
Shears are bettor wJien of
.English make and we have
paid-particular attention in tho
"-selection of these tools.
We have other artides for
the garden which must re-
com mend themselves itoyou if
you aro judge of qualities.
Trowels Oo's and Bush
Hooks are useful; so are Hand
.Axes vwhen trimming algeroba
vWeo not have exclusive
isale of these articles: every
body -sells them, but they
don't albsell as good quality as
we. When you buy from 013
our name over the door is a
guarantee, of the quality and
J. T. WATERHOUSE'
Queen. ' Street.
Uortageo's Notice of Intention to Fora
closo and of Salo.
In accordance with tho provisions of that
certain mortgage made by 0. U. KI.AMA (k),
and KKALAI.A1NA, Us wire, to JOHN l'U
I.AA (k), dated May "if, 188S. recorded In thu
Iteirtstrar Olllce, Oahu, in Liber Uo,pp,320
and 880, notice Is hireby j;lven that suld
mortgagee Intends to foKeeloao the same for
condition broken, to wit, the non naj incut of
both principal and Interest when due.
Notice Is likewise then that utter llio ex
piration of threo weeks from this date tho
property covered by said mortice will bo
advertised for sale and will bo sold at public
suction at the auction rooms ol James F.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wednesday, August
1'.'. lbD'J, at IS o'clock noon of that day.
For further particulars apply to J. A.
Magoou, attorney for John Tulaa, moitgajjec,
Honolulu Hale, Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu, July Sir, 1MW.
Tho property to bo sold Is as follows:
All that piece or parcel of land situated at
Kapaakca nnd Opukaala, Walklkl, Oahu,
' described in Koyal Patent No, 2508, Kuleana
1530, to Kancauhll, contalulng an urea of four
and 80-too acres. 85'J-td
t (Physician -:- and -:- Surgeon
llobiileuco next to II. W. Schmidt,
Es-j., Ueretanin Btreot
Specialty: .Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose aij Jjroat.
Irritating and Disfiguring
On the Face, Cured by
Remarkable Experience .ol Miss Dorothy
Mahor, Fitzroy, Victoria, whosa portrait
wo aro privileged to givo below:
"I take pleasure in testifying to
the great bcnellt I derived from
Aver' a Sarsaparilla. I suffered
from eruptions on my face of a very
irritating and vexatious nature.
For n ctmslilerahlo time I experl
mcntwl with various so-called blood
medicines, but without any allevia
Hon of my trotiblu. At last, your
turnout Saisaparilln ling strongly
recommended to me, I began to use
It, and after taking two bottles it
was most gratifying to seo and feel
the effect in allaying tho irritation
and reducing tho eruptions. When
I had used threo bottles tho erup
tions dKippearul altogether, with
out leaving a .mark on my face, and
I have never been troubled with
anything of tho kind since."
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Sold Metal; at thi World's Chief Expoaillona.
Hollister Drug 'Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tho Eopublio of Hawaii.
LEWERS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Movcb itself about ycrarXnwn. Travels
in a straight lino or n cirelo. Slops autom
atically. Ket for any length of hoso.
VT No such Sprinkler Jnis oer ieu
placed on tho market before.
Como and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
We Me BjotfED
We are getting in a BIG STOCK
nt our Now Store
Medetios & Decker,
Fine Tailoring and
A WELL HATCHED SPAN OF
lioreos (California Btook), works single or
double, also colt four months old of fast
stock, doulilo liurnes-i, curriagep, etc. For
sido at n bargain. Apply to Dlt. McLEN
NAN, King street. :t75-tf
SATURDAY'S BALL GAME;
TIIK IRsr Ili;IMKNTS TOO
WTIIO.YG FOIt Tllfc STAHS-
'I?m UotWnino ol tUobenNoii -KrnirM '
Were Scurco mid Hvcrjliwrty
Tho rivalry between the Stnvs
tiiul Pivot Eegimeuts ilrow out the
beat crowd of the Hoasou InBt
Saturday utul they wore rewarded ,
by viewing the best gutno played
u 1890. The score resulted in 9
to 6 in favor of tho First llegi-
meut team. The playing -was
good nil through ami marred by
vory -fow errors, aud those woro
mostly oxousablo ones. Both
pitohors did their best with the
result thut not a Binglo base was
givon on bnlls during tho gnmo.
Tho Stare inado only one run in
tho first b'ix innings, whilo their
oppononts scored four. In the
last three innings both teams made
five each. The details of tho game
aro given below:
Fiiist Tho First llegimonts
led oil' with linker at tho bat. lie
struck n high fly to Ilurry Wilder
avIio missed it. After threo balls
wore called he hit to third and
wns put out at first. Nooly struck
out. W, Wood failed to got first.
For tho Stars Willie Wilder
struok out, Willis got his bnso by
the Bkin of his teeth and came
homo on uu overthrow of Cunha's
to second. Hart wns put out at
first nnd II. Wilder also.
Second Cummins got in a
three baBe hit to the right lield
fence, Cunha raado a sacrifice hit
and .brought Cummins in, Cunha
bomR .put out nt first. CL Wood
got first. on a passed ball nnd stole
second. Carlylo was putout at
Lishmnn struck out, Tom Pryco
Bent a grounder to second uud
went out at fiist. Wood struck
TmiiD 'Luahiwa got abase hit,
Baker wentout to first on a foul
fly, Baker stolo second, and enme
in on Duncan's two bagger. W
Wood ilow out to shortstop,
CummiuB struck out.
Boss was put out at first on a
drivp to third, Conradt got first on
a rnulf by oontorfiold and stolo
second. Willie Wildor flow out
at first and Willis at third.
Fouktii Ounlia wont out on a
high fly, G. Wood got a two bag
ger into the loft field, Gloasou got
first on a muff by third, Carlylo
got a two base hit to center and
brought Wood in, whilo Gleason
advanced to third. GlonBon was
put out at tho homo plato on a
passed ball. Luahiwa struck
For tho Stars Hart was put out
at first on a liner to third. Hnrry
Wildor got his base, Lishman
raado first but Wilder was put out
at second. Lishman stolo socoud.
Pryco flew out to conteriiold.
Fifth Baker failul to not first.
Duncan also; W. Wood mado his
baBe by a hair's breadth and stolo
second and third. Cumuiius
Snm Woods failed to get to first
as fnst aB tho ball, Boss made first
by an accident and was put out at
second on Conradt's base hit.
Willie Wildor got first aud was
put out at second.
Sixth Cunha got in a two bag
gor to tho contor fiold. Georgo
Wood flow out to Harry Wilder,
Gleason flew out to contor fiold.
Carlylo got to second ou a hit to
loft field aud Cunha camo homo.
Luahiwa got first on a muff of
Llshman's and Carlyle wont to
third. Baker flow out to catcher.
Hart wont out at first on a fine
running stop by shortstop. Harry
Wilder flew out at contorfiold.
Lishman was put out at first.
Seventh Duuoan got third on
a hit to right field, W. Wood was
put out ut first, Cummins got sec
ond on a drivo to center and
Duncan walked homo. Cummins
stolo third and camo homo ou a
passed ball. Cunha ilow out to
seooud. Georgo Wood was put
out at first.
Pryco mado first on n muff by
Willio Wood and stolo Bocontl.
Woods flow out to shortstop. J
Aryco stolo tlurd and camo in on
n passed ball. Boss flow out to
right field. Conradt mado his
first. Conradt was put out at sec
ond. Eighth Gleason got a clean
base hit. Carlylo not first but
Gleason was put out nt second.
Lunhiwn got first on a drivo to
luf t field uud GleHson got to third.
Baker flow out at first. Duncau's
bnso hit brought Carlylo in. W.
Wood's thrpo bsynor brouuht Lu
ahiwa and Duncan iji. CiimumiH
was iiuylit out by Sam Woods.
Willio Wildor got first on a
muff but wab put out at second,
Willis got his bnso and stolo
second. Hart flow out to
right fiold but Willis got to
third and camo in on Harry Wil
dor's base hit. Lishman uot his
first and both camo in on Pryco's
two-bnggor. Woods failed to got
first ou threo strikes.
Ninth Cunha and Georgo
Wood both failed to get first.
Gloasou wont out" on arunuiug
catch at loft field.
Boss failed to make his base.
Conradt made his baso by
hard running aud camo in ou
Willio Wildor's two-bagger. Willis
struck out. Hart failed to get to
feCOHE 1Y INNINGS.
1 2 a -1 5 (i 7 8 9
First Bgt .. 0111012 .1 0-9
Stars 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1-G
UNDKIC TWO 1LA;S.
Ki!c-cs.ful lVrlormniicp ly Co. II lira
in ii tic Club.
Thore was a large audience in
tho drill shod Saturday night to
see tho drama, " Under Two
Flags," performed by Co. B Dra
matic Club. Prof. Borger's or
chestra from tho Government
band plnyod popular selections
before tho rising of tho curtain
and between tho acts.
Mr. and Mrs. Ohns. D. Wilson
sustained tho heroic roles of tho
play with artistic effect. Mr. Wil
son was the Boldier who Borved
under tho two flags of Britain and
France, whilo Mrs.AVilson wns tho
girl soldier "Cigarette" who, aftor
various adventures, died with
"Franco" ou her lips and a reprieve
for Corporal Victor, the dual hero,
in her hand, having received tho
volley aimed at him in penalty for
resenting iuBult from his com
manding officer with a knock-down
Bobt. Scott, as "Bako," relieved
tho play from dulness with his
drolleries from beginning to end.
A. L. Morris, who noted as both
"Ben Davis" aud "Col. Chateau
roy," was a trifle too grandilo
quent iu elocution whero tho
latter character indulged in
jealous Btormiug and abuse.
He made a good stago appearance
novortholoss. Creditable support
was givon by Chas. Bamsoy, 0.
Tracy and 11. Wostoby, also by
W. Bolstor, F. Angus, Henry
Giles, W. II. Storey and H. T.
Waity in tho camp scono and as
tho firing party.
Thcro was not muoh in tho
ladies' parts other than "Cigar
otto," but they woro gracefully
carried out by MUs Lagos and
Mrs. Lawrence, tho latter having
a double role, whilo Miss Florrio
Donnolly acted and spoko as
"Littlo Vouotia" in nu eusy and
clear manner that won admiring
Tho Bconery painted especially
for this play by B.Westoby would
not bo unworthy of tho Opera
Houso. Mr. Scott came beforo
the curtain beforo tho last act and
delivered an address of thanks to
tho audionco, concluding with tho
hope that, in tho event of a repeti
tion, tho sign "Standing room
only" would havo to bo hung on
tho outer wall.
If you want to frame anything
iu tho vory best manner; if you
want your frame to harmonizo
with your picture; if you want tho
best aud most tastoful f ramo in
tho market, go to King Bros.
BAREFOOTED BILL "AGAIN
m:avi;s his iooti'ui.nts ox t. ii.
1IAVIIN A CO.'N I)KiKS.
Tlie I'lnnV Storo nml Ofllci' lli.ii.
HHclinl Norcunoii A Lrlr Alio Itc
crlve n VIhII C'nudiroil nt WhIhhip.
Everybody knowB of "Barefoot
ed Bill" nnd his previous esca
pades and how ho broke into
Solmefer it Co.'s aud B.F. Ehlers'
storey. Bill has added to his
roputation as an allround crook
by his operations of Inst night.
When tho workshop of Soren
uon & Lylo on the waterfront waB
opened this morning, one of tho
roar windows was found open.
This led to an examination of tho
premises aud it was found that a
quantity of tools was missing.
Tho desk in tho littlo oflico had
not boon touched, howovor, but
thoro was nothing in it of valuo.
The matter was reported to the
polico station and about the same
time Thoo. H. Davies it Co. re
ported thoir promises bb having
been ransacked during tho night.
Dotectivo Kaapa was (totalled
ou tho caso and mado an exami
nation of tho promises. At Soron
son & Lylo's nothing wus
found which would lead to
tho identity of tho thief,
but a description of some of tho
missing tools was obtained, which
has sinco come in useful. Ou ex
amining tho store of T. H. Davies
t Co. tho dotectivo found that tho
wood-work around tho uppor part
of ono of tho oflico wimtowB on
Kaahumanu street, which was not
protected by iron shutters, had
been cut away suthciontly to turn
tho iiiBido fastening. A largo
empty dry goods box stood under
this window and furnished tho
thief with a con von ion t placo ou
which to stand. Au iron shutter on
tho second floor opposite tho sky
lihtwhicb lias just been built over
the now privato oilice of the iirm,al
so showed marks ofboing turn pored
with, tho iusido bar boing badiy
bent as though an effort had boon
mado to prise open tho door. De
tective Kaapa is of opnion that
tho thief got in at tho oflico win
dow, nftor finding ho could not
get tho iron door iu the second
Onco inside tho office tho thief
had tho run of all tho do
pnittnentd which go to miiko up
tho largo business of tho firm.
Nearly all the drawers in tho
oflico which woro looked were cut
open, but it is a rulo of tho firm
to leave no money belonging to
tho oflico outsido tho safe on clos
ing. Tho heads of tho various do
partmouts are also required to
turn iu thoir receipts previous to
tho closing hour, and it is to this
precaution that so little money
From Georgo Angus's desk
about S2 in money, two pocket
knives, ono with two blades nnd
ono with threo, aud a !JS calibor
revolver were taken. From a desk
in tho hardware department SI
was found missing aud from tho
top drawer In Fred L. Waldron's
desk iu tho grocory department
about $5 in Binall chnngo was
taken. Those lattor amounts re
presented Bmall saloB mado on
.Saturday aftor tho regular
cash had been mado up
and turned into tho oflico.
Iu each caso tho drawer had been
opened by cutting tho woodwork
from tho front of tho looks with a
sharp chisel or knife, tho marks
boing similar on all tho drawers.
Tho burglar evidently took
plonty of time about his work aud,
as thoro aro no marks of caudlo
greaso nbout, it is supposed that
yesterday afternoon was the time
ohoson, as somo of tho dorks woro
iu tho oflico in tho morning. Do
tectivo Kaapa carefully measured
ono lono footpriut found in tho
dust which had accumulated on
ouo of tho desks and upon com
paring it with somo data which ho
keops in tho polico station nt onco
announced that "Bnrofootcd Bill"
was tho burglar. A careful exa
mination of tho different depart
ments in the iAiro if, .iiado
by omployces this morning, but
as far as could bo aBcortnined
half n dozen whilo shuts was
all that could bo miss
ed. In tho ii oney taken qnt
of Georgo Angus' drawer thoro
waB a silver trade dollar aud in
that taken from Fred Waldron'B a
half dollar with a holo in it, both
of which coins tho dotectivo will
ondoavor to trace. i
Tho various deputy sheriffs'
about tho iblnud nnd tho police in
town woro at onco notified to ar
rest "Barefooted Bill" on sight,
but nothiug wub heurd of him un
til aftornoon,when ntclophoneraes
sago was received from Georgo Na
wnakoa, deputy sheriff at Waianae,
to the effect that Bill had boon ar
rested thoro with a bag of tools iu
his possession which correspond
ed to those missing from Soron
Bon it Lylo's. Instructions wore
tolophoncd to mnko a careful note
of tho money nnd othor effects in
his pockets and hold him until an
officer couhl bo sont aftor him.
All of which happoned within a
Btono'a throw of tho polico station.
i'oi.iok cotmr notkn.
l'oro il vo 1'ottv Cnni' on Jmlcr tie lit
In tho District Court this morn
ing Judgo de la Vorgno found a
calendar of forty-five cases await
ing him when ho mounted tho
Cases of C. A. HofToman and
H. S. Naylur, larceny in tho sec
ond degree, wont over to Wednes
day. Seven defendants had their sen
tences suspended on ploaB of
guilty of violating tho rules of tho
Board of Health.
Chang Tun, Lura Pau and Ah
Choy pleaded guilty of violating
tho Sunday law by selling cigars.
Mnkanoo pleaded guilty of sell
ing liquor without a license. Son
Heulnni and Hopili wore found
guilty of an affray and fined S2
nnd S-l rospectivaly with costs.
Nino drunks got tho usual $2
fino nnd 1 costs.
Threo Ghineso were fined $1
each for obstructing sidewalks
wit u displays oi vegetables.
Tho opium oases of Ah Ngee,
Sun Keo and Ah Lum were nollo
pros'd. I i
You nnd Your (irniuiriillior
Aro romovo.l from each other by
a span of many years. Ho trav
elled in n slow going stago-conch
whilo you tako the lightning ex
press or tho olootrio car. When
ho was sick ho was troated by old
fashioned mothods and given old
fashioned medicines, but you de
mand modern ideas iu medicine ns
well as in everything eUo. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is tho medicine of
today. It is prepared by modern
mothodB and to its preparation
aro brought tho skill and know
ledge of modorn Bcienco. Hood's
Sarsaparilla acts promptly upon
tho blood and by making puro,
rich blood it cures disease and
establishes good health.
At I'.iuiun Square.
Tho following program will bo
rondered at tho band cancort at
Emma square tliiH evening com
mencing at 7:30:
March Vienna Hearts SctiUd
Oxerturu William Tell Konlnl
tielecllon Kanst (iouuod
Tlircu new Hawaiian toni,'4 and Chorueeb
KaSlnl, Halclaui.Ol hoi liu.
Meillcy Echoes oftbo Nlfilit Klvlcra
March -Carl Jolians Tellman
WallK The Syrens, Vnldtcnfel
Polka A (lood Kiss Coote
Tho Criterion Saloon ib a
pleasant placo to go to nnd ita
greatest attraction, is tho puro,
cold Soattlo beer on draught
thoro. It makes ouo'b mustache
curly and puts now lifo into tho