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Vol. II. No. 380.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1896.
PiucE 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day oxcopt Sunday nt
009 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
JPer Month, nrywhero In tho Tin-
wnllnn iBlnnda 8 75
Per Year. h
'For Year, postpaid to AmtrvtM,
Canada, or Muxico 10 Irti
Wot Yeur, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Payables Inrnrlably In Advaiioo.
Telephone) 26G. F. O. Box 89.
B. L FIKHEY, Manager.
Whatever onay be the rcault
-of'tho Election in tho United
.States there will bo land in Ha
waii and people to cultivate it.
'TOhcro will still bo beautiful
lionies and lawns for Cliinoso
and. Japanese yard men to look
j ifitor and keep beautiful.
It is a questvnn if there arc
n iajnjT places v&ioro geatcr at
te Mfcion is paid ito beautifyinir
th e .luwns and fit is probable
thi .appearance of the best of
the tin -is in a measure due to
us,- -tfor we provMic the garden
tool. t'l" the town.
Oi ur -stock of K-ocs, Rakes,
Weei Vs'ig Forks, BmIi Hoots,
is as i wsnplete in numbers and
quality r.&s will be found any
where. (Garden and Hedge
Shears .re better when af
English anake and rc have
paid pin tioular attentiiin in the
selection ot these tools.
Wc ha 'e other articles for
the garde n which mu?t re
commend lu3in selves to you if
you are jud.e of qualities.
Trowels Go's and Bash
Hooks are utieful; so are Hand
Axes when trimming nlgeroiba
We do not havo exclusive
sale of these articles: every
body sells them, but they
don't all sell as good quality as
we. When you buy from us
our name over the door is a
guarantee of the quality and
J. T. WATERHOUSE
WE HAtfE IjOVED I
Wo aro gotting in a BIG STOOK
tit our Now Store
Medeiros & Decker,
Pine Tailoring and
Commissioner of Deeds
State of California.
limine been appointed and eommlsbloned
a Commissioner of Deeds for tlie Slate of Cal
ifornia, 1 um prepared
To adinlnlster and certify oaths.
To tnKe and certify depositions mid nilliln
Tits. To tnKe nnd certify tlie neknouled;mcnt or
proof ot powers of attorney, mortices,
transfer, grants, deeds oi other Instruments
A. Y. GEAK,
Tilephone .'00. GO'J Kin;,' Street
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
"Will relieve llio most dis
tressing cough, sootlio
tho Inflamed membrane,
loosen the phlegm, and
induce refreshing sleep.
Por tho euro of Croup,
Whooping Cough, Soro
Throat, and nil tho pul
monary troubles to which
tho young .are so liable,
is no other remedy so effect-
Geld Mate's at the World's Chid! Expositions.
0rTll linnip. Avor'n f'lirrrv Prrlornl.
Ih iri)iiilii('iit on tlu ur.inpci tint H blown
lii'thi' tfl.is u e.uh liutlK. T me no cheap
Hollister Drug (X Ltd.
Solo Agents for tbo Republic of Hawaii
LEWERS & COOKE
Movoc itself nhoxd yourLawa.. Tnmls
ia. n Blr.klfjht lino or c circlo StrH mitoic
&c,y. Set for aujngth of liwo.
tS No such SprinJtler Uft'j vat been
plitxl on tU.9 uiurkut UJore.
Couie and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
- "Xelepbono 20.
Will be received nt my office
till 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
August 15th, 189G, for the
building of a two-story build
inn to be built on makai side
of King street and opposite
the foot of Liliha street.
Plans and specifications may
be seen at my office. 1 do not
bind 1113'self to accept tho
lowest or any bid.
WILLIAM C. ACIII.
Honolulu, Aug. 10th, 189G.
GOOD PASTDltAQn FOR A LIMITED
number of hones nt Knliouou, ueur Niu.
For terms apply to
J. M. SIONSAIUtAT.
378-hv Cnrtwright'H Block, Morohnnt nt.
A WELL MATCHED SI' AN OF
horne-i (Oaliforuia Ktook), works niuglo or
(loublo, nlrto colt four months old of fast
Htock, douUo lmmes), cnrriagop, etc. For
mile at n Imrgiiiu. Apply to l)lt. ilcLKN'
NAN, King street. !t75-tf
'Physician -:- and -.- Surgeon
lttttirtoncu next loll. W. Schmidt,
"-i'I., UuretAiiiik Hticut. , . ,
Spstlillr. Diseases of Eye, Eur, Hose and Tirol
SOME WIDE FIGURING
il'UOIHOIOCK IlIFl'rniLNCK IN RUSH
roit fCnLIO "MHKS.
IIlKrN( lii tiic'nHo !Tw'lc IB-Vl1'
n I.owHt hiiiI Hi Tlmex
i Bids for 'tho construction of "She
jffouiuliitioiKj of the now oeutrnl
firo station wero oponod tit noon
today, as fallows:
1 lx. Lislmns;) . . . .8 141.1
Wnlker & Sinclair 1422
I F. II. Kodrnrd 1300
JO. B. Dwibt 12S5
i "V. Mutch 1174
'ILncne Broc 10J9
I A. Harrison 899
J. Bowler 7.75
; V. Ilnrrisou 725
J3. B. Thoraos 7fl0
Bids for tlio Kailun beach road
lin Konn, Hawaii, woro opqned as
'Geo. McDocgtill & Son .... 2800
J . McUuiro (JOtKI
llavid Alaut 8700
I It will 1)6 noticed tlmt in the
S bids for tho firo station founda
tions tho highest bid lis a shade
j uioro than Cwico as Ligh ns tho
lowest. In tho bids for tho Kailua
road tho second is fwieo as high
j us tho lowest, both bidnlors boing
w-ew known practical nwu, while
tli-o ihiphefit is moro thauaix times
as iigh as the lowest.
'llli: KAl'.M SrilIKK.
All llet Nmv nt Mime rinnallnii
The strike on Lihuo plantation
has been quelled. About one
hundred nnd twonty-fivo Japa
nese quit work on Thursday last
at the instigation of three or four
ringleaders who aro of tho turbu
lent class. An ests promptly follow
ed tho movement and tho strikers
agreed to go to work again at
once, providing tho promoters of
tho striuo -worn gotten out of the
Yamada, Kuraoka and Akiyanm
wero lot on" upon their agreoing
to leavo tho island of Kuimi for
gtiod. If they over roturn, thoir
original contract will bo put into
fotce and they will bo compelled
to go to work again. Jo. llichi,
another of tho prime movers, gots
ten months on tho reef and Asai
ynme. is put uudor $500 bonds for
ten months. The rest of tho
men havo returned to their work.
hliee.tnl isltiiier mill Couci-rl.
Managor Lucas of the Hawaiian
hotel lino nnnouncctlto his guests
that a special French dinner will
bo served on Friday evening at l
o'clock in the spacious diuingrooin.
Tho Quintette club will be iti at
tendance during tho dinner hour
and will furnish music for danc
ing iu tho lanni and pnrlors later,
for tho guests anil their friends.
Prof. Borgor has kindly consonted
to givo a band concert 011 tho
grounds, which Avill bo prettily
illuminated by colored lights.
Tho diunar will bo ppocially iiuo,
as California delicacies woro re
ceived by tho Anstrnliii. Tho
managor desires to say, for
tho benelit of townspeople wish
ing to attend, that they hhonld
notify him not lator than Friday
morning, so that seats moy bo
provided. Thoso desiring four
or 111010 seats together will bo
provided with special tables. Ai
plication for Boats may bo loft at
tho oilico. A number of guests,
who stayed over from tho China
and aro at present visitiug tho
Volcauo House, will roturn on tho
Kinau tomorrow ovouing in
tinio for tho dinner' nnd concert.
Seattle is fast becoming a groat
oity. Ono thing which makes it
famouB is beattlo ueor, wiueii you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing always makes its mark.
This is 0110 of tho best things on
tiiimjsk ixornrts r!itii'i:.
Rlr. Wom liny anil Her Aelor
I,pvrr In Honolulu.
Thnro is an elopeiueut scaudal
in Cuimitowii says the S. F.
Chronioh', in whicli tlie Six
Companies havo taken suuioioiit
interest to send a. special agent to
Honolulu in search of the inti
away wife. Chonu Due, a Cliiueso
actor who had btou pluyiug an
ongaiMmont at the Jackson streot
llieaier, tho story goes, nlionated
the airectious of Mrs. Wong liny,
tho wifo of an employe of the
Powder Works of Borkeloy.
t hry uul a steamer to Honolulu,
aftor they had converted Wong
Hay's household effects and jewel
ry into money, and adled to thoir
capital us much as possible by
As Wong Hay was obliged to
spend most of his tiino in Uor
koloy Muilohis wifo lived in tho
city, ho never Hiispccted that any
thing was wrong until his wifo
had departed with tho actor. Tho
Six Couipauies took tho matter
.up, nnd Wong Dock was commis
sioned to pursuo tho elopers, uud
bring tho woman back Uoro at
any cost, llo took passage on
tho Bteamex China, which sailed
on Thursday, and will probably
nttompt to secure Mrs. Wong
llny's arrest on a charge of grand
A gentleman, who vouches for
the nbovo facts, says that Mrs.
Wong Hay's crime is punishable
by death among tho Chinese. Ho
says that on her arrival here
obstacles will bo placed in her
wny that will proven t her from
lauding, that she may bo sent
back to China, whoro tho full
punishment of tho law will Do
meted out to her.
Inquiry nt tho Marshal's office
in reference to tho above shows
that nothing is known of tho af
fair here. It is also certain that
no Chiuoso lauded at this port
Irom tho steamer China on her
last trip down. Tho Chinese de
tectives hero say tho olopingCcles
tials havo not arrived here.
THIN ItlORMMl'M Jt'lltK.
Oil 1 sot li.v 11 Littlo Chilli lMiiilntr ullli
At 9:30 this morning tho do
, piirtment responded to an alarm
1 of tiro from tho corner of Queen
and South streots. Tho blnzo was
1 iu a two story framo building 00
I cupied by a Portuguoso family.
j When tho head of tho houso wont
j to his work this morning, ho loft
a bunch of matches on tho bureau
' in an upstairs bedroom. A littlo
child climbed on n chair, got hold
. of the matches and succeeded in
sotting tho bed 011 firo. Tho bed
j ding and mattross woro burnt and
J tho wall paper in tho room scorch
ed. The firo was quickly ox
, tinguished nnd tho loss will not
amount to much over live dollars.
Worn of rt.
John McLnin has tho nucleus
of an art gallory in his forgo on
Fort Btreot, in tho form of an oil
pninting of u man rojoicing over
a glass of toddy aud an old wo
man taking liquid bliss out of a
teacup. Tho title might bo "Con
tentment." It is a masterpieco in
expression. Tho picturo waB late
ly secured by Mr. MoLain at au
auction sale. Mr. Cunlm will
have to look to his laurels as u
patron of art.
,eu Tclcilnint ITIuiiiiifor.
John Gillespie, au oxporioncod
electrician from San Jose, Cal.,
has boon appointed Superinten
dent of tho Mutual Tolophouo
Company and ontored upon his
duties. Ho arrived by tho Aus
tralia. Charles Crane, who has
boon managing tho syBtoni sinco
John CasBidy's resignation, will
restimo his fonnor functions o
bond oporator and liuoniau.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, l.'il Fort etroot,
from Sl.00 per wook up.
i'iioci:i:uiNHN AT'im: mxriMJor
Ti!Kii,ii(i or i:iit:atio.v.
Ni IiimiI Ho ml Ortlrtrd Ntirrriulrrctl to
tlie Jov.riilii'iit .! Tpncliprn
President Cooper, MrB 13. F.
Dillingham, Mrs. Jordan, H. S.
Townsend, J. F. Scott and W. A.
Jloweu woro present at yester
day's mooting of tho Board of
Aftor routine business the re
port of tho teachers' committeo
was adopted, making tho follow
ing assignments of teachers for
tho onsuing term:
Mrs. J. F. Boll to Ainnkoa vice
Miss Mary AtkiiiB. David Kauo
wanui to Kaannpali with incionsed
Biliary; S. W. Mohouhi to Naloaa,
Kauai, vico B. Brightwoll. Mi
chael Froitas to Papaikou vico
Mary Tora. Keaiston Mahlum to
Mana, Kauai. William Waipo to
Olowalu vico D. KancwaLHii. Mrs.
Patton to Halawa, Hawaii.
Matthow lloonani to the
principalship at Kijiahulu vice
llosccraus. Miss Lizzie Mc
Corriston to Kamalo, Molokni.
J. O. Lonhart to tho principal
ship of Kalaoa, Hawaii, with
William Ltitora ns assistant. Miss
Stansbury to tho High School
vico Miss Brower. Mrs. Boso
crans to Lahaina. T. P. Harris
from Spreckelsvillo to tho Boynl
School ttB vico priucipal. Miss
Cora Henueghau to tho principal
ship of Maomao, Honolulu. Miss
Alico Wiutor to Ookala.
AY. A. Bowon, tho Financo
Comraittoo of tho Board, iireseut
cd the following roport:
"It was my purpose in roforring
to committeo tho transfer of Ha
waiian Govornment bonds to the
General Treasury, as proposed,
merely to get beforo tho Depart
mont of Public Instruction in
clear, spocifio form au exact state
ment of what was boing trans
ferred. "Secretary Bodgors had pro
parod a schedule of the bonds in
question, but tho said schedule
was not at hand for roforonco.
Honco it seemed desirablo to de
fer action until a comparison of
tho bonds with tho schedule had
takon place, and tho latter thus
become fully voriiiod. This has
boon done I havo oxamined tho
bonds, thoir dates, liuniborc,
amounts, time due, rnto of inter
est and amounts of overdue inter
est, nnd havo to stato tho schedule
ttB propared by Secretary Bodgors
"In total tho bonds amount to
$11,100, and tho ovordtio interest
amounts to $3,1118, making a full
amount of prosent transfer, sug
gested nnd recommended by Min
ister Cooper, of $17,2118, to which
could bo ndded, I suppose, the in
terest yet to accrue. J
"Upon looking up our authority
to make tho trunsfer proposed, I
find thnt tho langungo used is not
in any mannor mandatory. Also
I find no roforence to compensa
tion; honco it would seom to bo
entirely wilhiu our discretion
whothor to transfer or not.
"Tho possession of bonds en
abled tho old Board of Education
to obtuiu bouofits, such as tho
purchase of the Emma 6troot pro
perty for High School, and the
question arises whether the hold
ing of the bonds may not in liko
manner bo of B01110 advautage to
tho Department. If it is impossi
ble, thou thoro can bo no object in
kooping thorn, nnd tho sooner tho
transfer is mado tho bottor.
"William A. liowra."
Aftor some discussion it was
voted that tho bonds bo surrond
ored at once, and tho Board theu
M. A. Peixoto, proprietor of tho
Uiiion harbor shop, next to the
Art Gallory, guarantees to givo a
shave that will makt your hair
cuil with joy.
Mits. rooKirs rvxv.tiAt..
HerTlcrnnl Hie IIoiiu-m! tail miui'.. J(
Tho funoral of the lato MrB. J.
M. Cooko took placo yestorday
afternoon, at 1 o'clock iu tho wo-
Bonco of a largo numbor of rela
tives and friends of tho decorisod.
Tho Borvicos at tho houso con
sisted of tho reading of portions
of the Hcripturcs by llov. II. H.
Parker and a few remarks eulo
gizing the lifo nnd early mission
ary work of tue deceased by Kov
O. II. Gulick. A quartotto com
posed of Miss Bichards, Miss Cly-iin-r,
W. W. Hall and Walter Dil
lingham sang "Bock of Ages."
Tho final services woro rondor
ed at tho gravo in tho family plot
in old Kawaiahao churchyard,
whnro tho choir sang "Asleep ia
Tho pallbearers woro S. M. Da
mon, W. O. Smith, W. W. Hall.
W. It. Castle, F. J. Lowroy and .
Dr. A. B. Lyons. Tho floral of
ferings wero beautiful and num
erous. Tho funeral was under
the direction of H. H. Willinms.
The Aii(;ii.t I'rlenil.
Tho Friond for August de
nounces official Sabbath desecra
tion, and calls tho futilo attempt
to start a Sunday papor an insult
to tho Cnristian community. Itev.
Dr. Hydo contributes a two-pnge-mcmorinl
tributo to tho lute Dr.
Bond. Announcement is made
that Bov. S. E. Bishop, tho editor
of tho Friend, has beon givon tho
degree of "Doctor in Divinity" by
Amhorst College, from which ho
graduated in 1810. An editorial
on "Free Silver' Coiungo" holds
that its advocates aro cousoion
tious and havo at least plausible
reasons for thoir faith, but that
whoro they aro likely niistakon
is in not approhending that froo
coinago in tho United States,
without international ngrocmont
and co operation, wonld aggravate
instead of reduco tho depreciation
of tho whito metal. Julieu D.
Hayno's swindling operations,
exposed by tho Bullktin, form n .
text for caustic comment on the
gullibility of tho community.
Tho frequency with which firt
alarms aro coming along in this
city should causo householders to
pay a little moro attention to tho 80
curity of thoir valuable papors,
jf-welry, etc., than they have
hitherto been in the habit of do
ing. Tho Hawaiian Hardware
Company, solo ngouts of tho
Victor Safes, will supply jusl
what is wanted for housohold use.
They havo handsome modern
fireproof safes from $50 up which
aro guaranteed to preserve thoir
contents against any firo. Take m
look nt them and you will want
one. AeHrly mi Att-lilmii.
Whilo Mrs. J. A. rlcCnndlosB
was driving along King siroot,,
nenr Fort, this morning, with her
littlo boy and a Japaueso sorvant
0110 of tho hind wheols of tho bug
gy dished suddenly, pulling tho
spokes out of tho hub and tilting,
tho vehicle ovor. Luckily tLio
horse stopped at once and tho oc
cupants woro assisted from tho
vehicle boforo sustaining1 nny in-j7-
IIUDOKS NO ItIV L.
Enrroit Bulletin : Honolulu
has a bootblack who hat, bpon in
this town a long time, and it was
not neceseary to import any cham
pions from America when times
aro so hard that a man can't ninko
his liuon. 1 don't enro what tho
Advertiser says, but I inn just ns
good a shoe shinor ns any cham
pions that over struck this beach
jinii i'iiiiii) iii.iii)ii,
Lawyors somotimos ask fnnny
quostions of witnesses and Ho
nolulu legal lights appear to bo no
exceptions. A juryman hands in
tho following, which ho says woro
aked this morning: "What
gondor is tho girl V" and "What
important event happened about
the timo you wore bom ':"