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Vol. II. No. 381.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Pnj-nblo tavorlablvi lu Atlvanoo.
Telepbono 260. V. O. Box 89.
B. L ON NEY, .Manager.
1 T. WATfiRHOUSE
l There fa always an oppor
tunity to jiicfk up (bargains in
a Ddparttuorit "Store like ours
because Uie.ro are so many
odds and eucls that ihave to be
got rid' of in order to make
irooiii for new goods. We arc
.constantly bringing out into
ithe sunlight pieces that attract
vfche eye of the buyer. Soine
times there aro pieces that do
not meet rondy purchasers.
Those are the things which
have to bo cut in two in price.
fOur stock of Huvilund ware
has been cullod ovor so often
,'" that it does nut present as
handsome appearance now as
it vill when the now goods
arrive. Plenty of the old stock
left fur those who want odd .
bits at a quarter .oft' .regular
prices. The patterns are right
.if the prices are what you need
ito fill up your set or to u'-o in
tserving.r. course diuner.
Aspacnjjus Dishes, Mustard
(Cups, Tutvst Hacks, After Din
mer Cofleos, JMush Sets and
3P.lates. Wvhito Iiavikud bes?
quality cheaper than you. ever
aw it. O.ur patterns arc all
".stock." Wjf sell 3'ou a .single
piacc or a full. sot.
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Quo en Hived.
Retail Their . . .
. . Large Stock
At WMtssle Prices !
Specialties THIS WEEK
uulll I U U uL
,A TERRIBLE CASE OP
Jr. K. Wyatt, of I'ort RamI, Vrt
UliiuliDiirnIi, So. A'untralla, write of
KJrn.ond condition of hrr lltilfl dangli
t?r, uliosu poilrntt alio alto etulg
"My tljxiifjlitor was nfllictcil with
Eczema pf the most aggravated
type. The disease lirst appeared in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
begun to fall out, and in spite of
the hast medical advice ami treat
ment alio p;rev steadily worse. T ho
sores were full of matter and wero
extremely offensive. Her eyes bo
ramo ntfwti'd, and she was, in Irutli,
in a terrible state. Iy neighbors
wero very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded me to try Ayer's Sarsa
jiarilla, and I am most thankful to
bo able to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health. Shu has now as
good o head of hair as anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,'
and -she is a lino girl of eight years
with every prospect of growing up
to bo a strong and healthy woman."
Cold Medals at the World't Chlel Exposition.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for tho Itepublio of Hawaii.
LEWERS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Move itself about j'ourLuwn. Travels
la a straight lino or n lirclu Stops autom
atically. Sot for uny length of hujo.
ZV' No tmoh Hpriuklui.' lias over bejn
plussd on thu market before
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
Will be received ot my office
till 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
August 15th, 189G, for tho
building of a two-story build
ing to bo built on makai side
of King street and opposite
the foot of Liliha street.
Plans and specifications may
bo aoon at my office. 1 do not
bind myself to accept the
lowcAt or anjr bid.
WILLIAM C. ACHI.
Honolulu, Aug. 10th, 18.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom Hotisc Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
COMPARISON OF QUEENS
LKtrrvnr. or a theological
The nrmali Itulcr rulllln
Itlenl of a Wninmilj'
Wo hi mi.
Bkukeley, Cnl., Auyust 2.
Professor Onuivillo E. Foster o
tho Theological Sominnry, lectur
od at tho North Borkeloy Church
this evening on "Tho Uook of
Esther and the New Woman."
Professor Foster thinks that
Queen Victoria is tho oxnniplo of
a truo now woiunn, and plnces hor
on n pinnnclo besido the noted
After briefly sketching tho
Book of Esther and its peculiar
ities tho speaker said that Esthor
was tho coming woman from tho
Biblo standpoint. "I don't object
to, tho now woman's vote," he con
tinued, "or her participation
in politics, such as holding
oibces ot honor and trust,
but from tho example of
Esther in tho Bible we must con
clude that tho truo now woman
whon sho votes will still bo a wo
mou. Nothing is more lamentable
than to soo our women blaming
God becauso ho did not mako
them men. Why not havo manly
men and womanly woinon ?
"Quoen Victoria ami Esther aro
excellent examples of womanly
women. Victoria is a rotiring
woman, yot doing hor part in
politics, and Esthor is tho great
est example to hor sex of patriot
ism, bravo purpose, foresight and
resolution. She did not unsox
herself, but gloried that sho was a
"Woman's montal caliber is as
largo as man's. Hor brain may
bo smaller, but that is because of
tho fineness of hor organism. Her
brain makes up in quality what it
lacks in quantity, aud so intellect
ually thero is no difference."
ai,i,i:(ji;d win: ui:si:htiox.
l'urlllKUC'si) In lliitwill Kuril
IXvorcu lu Cullloriilu.
Tho San Francisco Chronicle's
correspondent in Alameda writoa
the following item under date of
Quiet Bay Farm island has a
scandal iu Portuguese circles in
cident to a suit for divorco just
brought by Mrs. Mary J. Souza, a
resident of tho island, through
Attorney J. E. Harbor. Sho
charges hor husband, Joseph
Souza, with deBortion. Tho
couple wero married at Honolulu
iu January, 1880, and after living
togothor thoro for eight years
cam a hero, in 189-1. Souza, it is
said, shortly afterward, returned
to the Hawaiian islands, taking
with him a pretty cousin, who
caused tho couple's estrangement.
Mrs. Souza Bays that hor rocroaut
consort presented tho fair cousin
to Portuguese society on tho isl
ands as his wife. Ho has writ
ton her a nuiubor of loiters, sho
says, declaring that ho will never
roturu to hor, hence her suit.
TIio llocel Voiicrrt.
Following is the program for
tho concert to bo givou at tho Ha
waiian hotel this evening by tho
Overture Haymow! Tliomns
'lorchlit;l)t l'roceissloii .March Meyerbeer
Selection Hose of Cuatllle llalfo
Ka lliil, Hnlulnu!, 01 hot Ua.
Fantasia My Old Kentucy Home Dalbey
Wtltz -Court Hall (new) Fetras
FantitEia (ioldUi-etlcs folrto Kllni;
Mnreli The Tliumlurer Souu
In a recentspeeeh Claus Spreck
ols said ho was tired of the appel
lation of "sugar king." Ho pro
posed to bo tho '"sugar emperor"
or olso uso tho title of colonel
givou him by King Kalakaua.
A REGATTA IS ASSURED
Ht.NOI.T OP THU COM, II I TTBK Mrr.T
1.N1 VNJCJtl) . Y AI'n.ltNOON.
IIU lltiio Itiiren imil i(irl In ht- Hold
In tin- llnrbui Thi-IIkI I'm
Kriim ol ;vt'iilH.
Tho regatta committee of tho
Hawaiian ltowtng Association
hold a meeting yesterday after
noon and itnbtlicr ouo this morn
ing, at which it was decided that
an old timo regatta should ho I
given in Honolulu harbor on
Saturday, September 19th, which
is a national holiday uudor tho
law passed at tho rocont session
of tho Legislature. Owing to
tho shortness of time, thero will
bo no championship races ho
tweon tho three rowing clubs,
but next year they will form part
of tho program.
Among tho events agreed on
wero first aud 6ocond 'chins yacht
races, sail ana canoo races, swim
ming, diving and tub races, tug-of-war
botween shoro boats, whalo
boat race, and a four oared three
quarter milo straightaway sholl
race. Theso will probably bo
added to if tho pecuniary aid
givou tho committee should war
At the meeting this morning the
committoo apportioned tho prizes
for the different events, which will
all bo in cash, and footed up tho
total required. They will next
seo what success they havo in
raising tho amount, aud a sub
committee has been appointed to
canvass llie city lor that purpose.
uiw iiiu nuiuuin !UlUlli:u lb UB-
siued no program of events and
prizes can bo made public.
1IKIIKTAM l'l'.tll'l.(i NrATIO.V,
Tim Iiiiiiih Will Mop Tonlulit fur
C'lcnnlni; I lie Uollcr.
Superintendent Andrew Brown
notifies the public through tho
Bulletin that tho Berotania
stroot pumps will stop running at
G o'clock this evening and will
not lio started ag'iin until Monday
morning at G o'clock. This is
done to onablo tho boilers to bo
cleaned out, something which is
actually necessary to bo dono at
onco. In tho meantiino tho Mo
kiki pump will be kept going
night and day, and with tho oc
casional rains now falling at
Luakaha will furnish enough for
In view of tho above Mr. Brown
asks householders not to uso any
moro water than is necessary to
supply thoir actual needs until
Tho latest news from San Fran
cisco has it that tho vouorablo
Justico Fiold of tho United States
Supromo Court was to sit with
iTuclgo McKonna on tho boneh of
tho United States Circuit Court
for a wook and hoar many impor
taut cases. This would indicate
that tho Examiner's recent state
ments of Justico Fiold's physical
and montal breakdown, noted in
this paper, woro at least exagger
ated. HI r. Ilryuu'H Joke
Tho following is from an inter
view with Mrs. Bryan, wifo of tho
Democratic presidential nominee:
"1 had oxpected that Bland or
Boies would bo nominated," sho
said. "If Boies had been you
would havo hod lots of material to
writo about tho candidate's family,
for ho has soveu daughters nil
Boios." Tho joko was not pro
meditated, nor is anything sho
says labored or dull.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular House, 151 Fort stroot,
from SI .00 per wook up.,
A GAME OF RUSSIAN WAR
as i:xkjiilii'ii:ii in tjii. i-omci:
CODIII hum ivioumnu.
Jmlec tit- In Vrrcuc Iiiltlnlril linn the
JIjNlerleii ol'One urilio I'mriirltii S.
Ilvo I'Mntlmoii Oilier Miiltcra.
Although thero Avore no less
than tweuty-sovon cases in Judge
do la Vorgno's court this morn
ing, principal interest Boomed to
conter on tho trial of K. llinger
aud Chas. Kaulia, who wore
charged with maintaining a bank
ing gamo known as "Hussion
War." Tho first of tho dofond
auts promptly ploaded guilty to
tho chargo, but Mr. Kaulia denied
tho soft impeachment and tho
court hoard tho evidence iu tho
case, during which the full mys
teries of tho gamo woro laid bare.
According to tho testimony of tho
first witness, whoso name is rep
resented on Judge do la Vor-
gno s record 0001: oy an
uudociphorablo scrawl, tho
gamo is played with a rag and
some dice, but tho witness finally
took pity on tho Court's ignorance
of the gamo and explained it moro
fully, while Clork Cuolho stroked
his handsome sido whiskors and
assumed that far away expression
ho puts on when singing some of
his baby balludB. By a rag, tho
witnessed explained, ib monnt a
cloth divided into six squares on
which in this instance woro pic
turos of a shrimp, crab, moon,
butterfly, fish and watermelon.
Six dice aro used but instead of
being numbored tho sides of tho
cubes contain similar representa
tions to thoso ou the cloth, one on
each sido. Tho players placo
tho stakos in tho squares ou the
cloth and tho banker pays or
rakes in according as tho dice
come up when thoy aro thrown by
tho playor. In this instance the
witnesB bet ton cents on tho moon
and two moons showed on tho up
ward faces of tho dico. Tho
banker gavo him his ton cents
back and twenty conts besides. If
all tho dico had turned up moons
ho would havo got sixty conts.
If no moons had turned up ho
would havo lost his mouoy.
Although tho wituess' judgment
wob good on tho first throw, it
failed him later ou and
ho lost $2.50 in five and ten cout
hots. A second witness bet five
conts ou tho watermelon and fol
lowed it up until ho was $1.25
ahead on watermelons.
After this succinct explanation
of tho gamo his Honor found it
was lunch timo aud adjourned
without giving a decision on tho
"Sweet Emily ,"who was charged
with soiling swipes in n joint at
Mouuoluo, wus found guilty and
fined $100 and $3,110 costs, from
which judgment and docision sho
has appealed to tho higher court.
Yeo Ling was found guilty of
opium in possession and given
thirty days on tho reef for a
Wiwi Kapaka was found guilty
of being a common nuisance in
obstructing a highway. Sentence
Nino Chine3o domino fiends
woro also arraigned. Three of
them pleaded guilty as a sacriiico
for the othors and got a lino of
$10 oach, whilo tha other six wont
on thoir way rejoiciug.
m 9 m
i:iio a (luir,
Tho porforniauco of the Elsio
Adair company last night was
another success well deserving
tho largo audience attending.
Every act was good. Miss Adair
sang in a most charming manner.
Tho dancing was, if anything,
bettor than tho first night. Tho
little comediotta at tho commence
ment aud tho iiual farco was first
roto. Emmett is a gootl all round
comedian ob well as a vontrilo
quist of no mean powers. Thero
will bo an entiro change ou to
morrow ovoning, big surprises for
PEOPLE FROM OuTPORTS 'I
MASV l'ROM HOTII VOLCANO ANII J5
wav l'oitr.N. ; Jj
.1IAXV l'ROM IIOTII VOLCANO ANII
Iliilcniiuitiinii Very Actlc-NiittiJii;
Kvpiiiritl tin Trip Niiunr nml
Wildor's steamer Kinau ar
rived oarly this afternoon with
tho following largo poBBeugor list:
A P Stokos, Jr., Mr8 J F Scott,
Miss F Perry, Georgo Mcleudoz,
T H Palochi, Mi'bb Carroll, Miss
O Carroll, A B McMahan,
M M Schoemakor, F E Won
dell, Mrs It W McOhes
noy, Mrs F W McChesnoy,
H Richardson and wifo,
Mrs E Welshman, Mi'bb
K. McGrow, Mrs. R. T. Car
roll, J. T. McGrow, W.R. Whit
tior, H. E. Heocock, H. S.
Pratt, Mrs. B. McCollough,
T E Stockwoll, J Stommo and
wifo, Mrs A R Hatfiold, J A
Johnson, Miss L Kinuoy, Mrs P
P Kanoa aud 2 children, H Shaw.
J A Scott, O J Folk, L A Lisle,
E B Kilburn, 1) A Locbenstoin.
MrsWHold and 2childron,RIvers,
O Osborne, It P Parker, J A Has
Ringor, 11 F Lange, W A Holland,
r liredo, T W Gay,
Rov L Byrde, Miss H Brodo,
Miss L Hussy, E Doweott,
O W Tryon, C F Do la Vergne,
L A Dickoy, A J Roderick, O B
Wells, wifo and daughter, Isaac
Ihihi and 102 deck pnssongors.
Purser Beckloy reports tho vol
cano very active. Tho Kinau
brought tho following largo cargo:
Will) bags sugar, 25 head cattlo, 14VS
Bheop, GO hogB, 269 bags potatoes,
22i bags corn, 39 bundles hides,
40 bags bones, and 15G pockogos
in. s. Lcvrs CASH.
Varloii Claim on File Other Circuit
A mixed jury is now in tho
fourth day of an ojeotmont caso.
Jurors disougogod were excused
this morning until Monday.
Judge Carter has granted letters
of administration to Heo Tai
Kong, under bond of $2000, on
tho estate of Ho Chu Fi alias Heo
Fong. Humphreys for Woug
Ko, potitionor; Henshall for Heo
Tai Kong, counter potitionor.
Tomorrow will bo answer day
of Bitmmons in bankruptcy pro
ceedings instituted by H. W.
Schmidt & Sous against M. S.
Levy, clothing and dry poods
dealer, on a claim of $9738.35. U.
S. Trogloan by his attorney, W.
It. Castle, presented a claim of
$175 to tho Marshal for rout of
store, without payment of whioh
or security therefor ho would
not porniit romoval of goods.
Thoo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., by
thoir attorney, Cecil Brown, sur
rondored uudor protest tho pos
session of tho storo, which thoy
had taken uudor a mortgage
dated September 21, 1895.
LOW I'Altr.H TO. JAPAN.
SterriiKU Itiiln War In Progri' J 'or
Tmi Hundred Keliirnlnu: Jiips.
There aro about two hundred
Japanese in town, awaiting pass
age homo by tho sleamoiZan-maru,
now about duo with non-contract
passengers from Japan. II. Hack
fold & Co., agents for the O. A O.
S. S. Co., havo offered passage in
tho Belgic, duo tonight from San
Francisco, at $11. This is a cut ou
tho original rates of tho Japauoso
steamer, whoso agents havo mot
it with a dollar shove. Thoir
offor of poBsago at $10 was the
latest ovout iu tho competition
heforo this paper wont to pre6B.
J. A. Hassingar, tho voterou
chief clork of tho Interior, has
como homo from tho Coatt vin
it? A.i )Mr a.
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