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Vol. II. No. 382.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1896.
Pkioe 5 Centb.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday tit
609 King Stroot, Honolulu, II. I.
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wulian Islands ""
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Tolophono 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
i T. WATERHOOS
There is nlways an oppor
tunity to pick up bargains in
.a Department Store like ours
bocuuso there are so many
odds and ends thut have to be
got rid of in order to "make
room for now good.s. Wo nrc
constantly bringing out into
the sunlight pieces thut attract
the -eye of the buyer. Some
times there are pieces that do
not meet roudy purchasers.
Those aro the things which
have, to bo cut in two in price.
Our stock of Haviland ware
has been culled over so often
that it does not present as
handsome appearance now as
it will when the new goods
arrive. Plenty of the old stock
left for thoso who wunt odd
bits at a quarter off regulur
prices. The patterns are right
if the prices are what you need
to fill up your set or to use in
serving a course dinner.
Asparagus Dishes, Mustard
Cups, Toast Racks, After Din
ner CoH'ees, Mush Sets and
Plates. White Haviland bes?
quality cheaper than you ever
saw it. Our patterns are all
"stock." We sell you a single
pieco or a full set.
J. T. WATEBHOUSE
Retail Their . . .
It Wlitsalc Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Koops tho Benin
cool, moist, healthy,
mid freo from dun
druff. Tf is .
best "dressing in
tho world, and in
"J pi'Hoctly harmless.
V ! -y 'lh"" ilcjrjm? lo
Jltl HtfllJ lctili" tllu youthful
M25Vja,,i,i,l'uric of tho
'IrzSS" v a need
rfr f?iSs)5 period
-fe.j) of life
Iyer's IMr Vigor.
Gold Mcdsls at the World's Great expositions.
C7i ' I'cwiro of -lici lmltntlniu Tlie iiitno
- AIT- liroilltlteill oil lll WtHMwr. HUll is
utimii in the uliit c( iii.li bottle.
iollister Drug Co., Ltd.
dolo Atronta (or tho Kopnblin of Hawaii.
LEWEEIS & COOK
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itaolf about your Lawn. Travels
in a Blralgut lino or a circle. Htops autom
Qticnlly. Set for any length of hose.
Iff No Btich Sprinklor bns over he:n
placed on the market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
Fort Street, ... - Telepbono 20.
Will be received at my office
till 12 o'clock noon. Saturday.
August 15th, 189G, for the
uuuumr oi u, iwo-scory uuuu
ing to bo built on makai side
of King street and opposite
the foot of Liliha street.
Plans and specifications may
bo seen at my office. 1 do not
bind myself to accept tho
lowest or any bid.
WILLIAM C. ACHI.
Honolulu, Aug. 10th, 189G.
320 Fort street, near Merchnnt.
Custom House Broker anil Statistician
General Business Agent.
1 Pair Unbroken California Mules.
BJtf Apply to
381-21 At McCheuuoy & Sons.
Livery and Boarding Stables
Corner Merchant and ItlcliariU Sts.
LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLES
KW Carriage, Surrevs anil IlncUs at all
uirj tpi .Rpnnvw adfi
JAS. CAMPBELL ROBBED
tiii: niu.LioNAiiiE'N rnuiT roii
Ntmt At. Ilentcii, ltoblicil, Ilniiiul.
(insKon mia it capilvn In Mr.
Itimtoii' O.iHuiro. I
On tho afternoon of Monday,
August 2d, James Cutnpboll, tho
well-known cnpitnlist of tliis city,
left lrin wife at tho Ocvidontnl
Ilotol, promiaing to rotnrn soon.
Ho wns in tho compnny of n
Btranger who was kuown by sight
to Bomo of tho hotel employee.
Tickets had already been secured
for the passage of tho couple to
Honolulu by tho Bteamor which
sailed Tuesday morning. Camp
bell did not return, and his wifo
had tho tickets canceled and called
in a privato dotcctiTO.
At 9 o'clock "Wednesday night
Campbell returned to tho Occi
dental, apparently exhausted and
slightly scratched about tho faco.
Captain Lees was promptly sum
moned, -and after n brief confer
ence ho and Campbell went in a
hack to the cottage, -1109 Califor
nia street, near Third nvonue,
whoro Campbell said ho had boon
hold a prisoner for more thnu forty
oight hours bj two men who had
robbed him of S305 in coin and
triod to coorco him into signing
an order of somo kind calling for
tho payment of 20,000. Tho load
er of tho affair, ho said, was Oliver
AV. "Winthrop and tho other
man ho stated was masked during
part of tho two days and nights of
his captivity. According to Camp
bell's story a Bitot was tired at him
by the maBkod man during the
struggle which opened hiu strange
experience On Wednesday even
ing he says ho was roloased by tho
second man and escorted by him
to tho Geary stroot cars,Winthrop
having already ilowu. Winthrop
was tried last year for tho murdor
by poison of Mrs. Jounio Mathews
in Laurel Hill Comotory, of which
ho wns assistant superintendent,
and was acquitted.
It appoars that Winthrop pick
ed up nn acquaintance with Cutnp
boll at tho Hotel Vandomo, San
Jose, whoro Campbell had been
to placo his daughters at school.
Ho returned to Ban Francisco on
Monday and after luncheon was
joined by Winthrop in tho offico
of tho Occidental hotel. Win
throp persuaded him to go and
see his sick wifo and try and in
duce her to go to Honolulu on tho
same steamer. Thoy boarded a
Btrootcar on Sucramonto stveot,
and Campbell became somewhat
uneasy at tho distance he was
taken and made somo remark to
Winthrop about it
Winthrop replied that his
house was only n fow blocks
furthor. They alighted from tho
car at Third avenue and walked
to California stroot. Winthrop
lod the way to tho cottago at 4109
California street and tho two en
tered tho front room. Winthrop
oponed a comtnoupluco conversa
tion. Suddenly, Campboll says, a
masked man rushed into tho room
and pointing a rovolvor at Camp
boll's head ordered him to throw
up his hands. Campbell says ho
lenpod at his assailant and felled
him to the floor.
Tho man was dazed, almost
stunned, but lovoling his rovolvor
again at Campboll iirod. Tho
millionaire says tho bullot grassed
his tomplo and passed through
his hat into tho wall. Campboll
sprang at tho man again, but bo
foro ho could roach him ho waB
knocked down by Winthrop, who
struok him over tho head with
somo heavy instrument.
Tho two inon then pounced on
Campbell and bound, handcuffed
and gagged him. Thoy lifted him
from the floor to a bed and strap
ped him to it. His feot and haudB
woro tied to the four corners of
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
iikomvi: i.r:ATr iiu: natives '
Ilin Unltcl stutCM l'ollllrnl Mruuelc !
Hii t of NihiiIii IMllne.s for
tiii: i'iti:sii)i:MTAi, stkimkim:.
NEW NAME AND NEW TICKET.
Inwanai'OLISj AugUBl 7. - The
provisinriiil national committee of
the iiohl Democrats met in this
citv today. As a result of that ,
conference the new party which
will bo organized will bo known
as tho National Democratic party.
Its organizer's call thoso support
ing tho Chicago platform and
ticket tho l'opulist - Domocratic
party. Tho national convention
of tho National Democratic party
will be held at Indianapolis tho
first woek in Soptumber.
Thoro was entiro unanimity in
tho conforonco on tho selection of
tho name of the National Demo
cratic party. Tho provisional na
tional committee also decided to
call a convention and nominate
another national ticket. Some of
tho Eastern and Southern mem
bers opposed a third ticket at first,
but when they were told in tho
Middle States party fealty was so
rogarded that many Democrats
would not vote uuless thoro was a
third ticket, then all objections
from tho East and South woro
withdrawn and the decision to
hold n convention was unanimous.
Ex-Secretary Whitney says
Now York will give McKiuloy
Bryan is traveling to New York
to bo notifipd of his nomination.
Senator Quay isdiscusted and
will retire from political lifo.
Several woro killed in a fight
botwon Democrats and Populists
at Opolika, Ala.
Edwin Boone, hypnotist, put
J. J. Wyatt to sleep in a grave for
thrco days, bringing him back to
consciousness at the oud of that
time. This was in Indianapolis,
Police Justice Mullen of Crip
plo Crook has boon dismissed.
Many deaths from tho heat aro
roportod in Now York and St.
There is no improvement in
business in Now York.
San Diego claims to havo satis
fied the Japanese steamship men
with that port as tho torminuH.
Tho horse Eobort J. at Colum
bus broko tho record by pacing n
milo in 2:03 j.
Five bandits woro foiled in at
tempting to rob a baus ntNogalos,
Arizona, by tho bravery of tho
John Camoron Simonds of San
Francisco left a fortune to Mrs.
Henrietta Rosongarden, his type
writer, with whom ho was in lovo.
Tho Whitnoy-Vandorbilt wed
ding is fixed for August 25.
Prof. Antlreo may lmvo to post
pose his balloon trip to tho Polo
if tho wind does not change.
Tho Lords rejected tho landlord
amendments to tho Irish land bill.
Portugal as arbitrator has con
firmed Brazil's title to tho island
Li Hung Chang has had audi
ouco with Queen Victoria at Os
borne. Many lives havo boon lost and
much property damaged in Hun
gary by Hoods.
MajorLothaire, chargod with il
legally oxocuting Stokes, an
Euglish trader, in tho Congo Freo
Stato has boon acquitted at Brus
sels. OTIIi:il LANDS.
Tho floods in tho Mosquito ter
ritory caused a loss of a million
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THE BOARD OF HEALTH
i'Hoi:i:iiincis at -inn imstion:i
Mormon Slider Aiinwril In VUlt Hie
Lencr .NoUloinoiit-Viiei Inalloi.
In tlip Public Krln.nl...
At tho postponed meeting of tho
Board of Health yesterday after
noon, the wookly report of Dr.
Monsurrat under tho Act lo Miti
gate was road and approved.
Dr. Emerson called nttoution to
certain cattlo ho had seen in Ma
n on valley whoso appearance sug
gested tuberculosis. Dr. Mon
sarrat said ho had noticed tho
samo thing and was satisfied the
disooso existed. Ho had sent for
a supply of tuberculin and would
make tho necessary tests on its
luapoctor Koliipio roportod tho
rrceipt and examination of -IlJijO
fish at tho markot for the week.
Dr. Sloggott waB granted a li
censo to practico medicine, having
passod thouecossary examinations.
Superintendent Moyor of tho
Lcpar Settlement was authorized
to mako a alight incrouso in tho
pay of certain of his omployos
ongaged in the distribution of
Bupplios, and Elders Fisher and
Jenkins of tho Mormon clntrch
woro grantod permission to Visit
Dr. Alvarez prosonted a roport
of his expoiimonts with vncciuo
virus, and Dr. Monsarrat offered
tho suggestion that after n calf
has produced virus it should bo
slaughtered to dotormiuo whethor
it was healthy or not.
IiiBttranco to tho amount of
$5000 on tho Btoro and Btook of
merchandise at Kalaupapa was
Eloven persons woro ordered
discharged from tho Insane ABy
lum upon certificates from Dr.
Report from Mra. Macfarlane,
treasurer of tho Kapiolani Mntor
nity Homo, was read and approved.
Tho pro rata of tho appropriation
duo tho Homo was ordored paid.
President Smith reported that
suit had boen brought against
him by Mrs. Mary E. Fostor for
damages accruing from dosing a
ditch running through her Nuu
nun street property.
Tho vaccination question coming
up again it was ordored that a
notice relating to tho gratuitous
vaccination of adults bo published
and that a lady physician at a
limited salary bo omployed to ex
amine tho girlB in tho public
ITIAUi:n IHf,lNl C'OSOKIIT.
I'roicruni or IUii.Ic In be IK-mtcrtMl
Following ia the program ar
ranged for tho concert at Makeo
Island, commoncing at 51 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon :
Overt lire Inhlirenm Gluck
Finale William Tell Kosslnl
Choi ii -TAiinliuiifier Wagner
Selection .Murltuim Wallace
(llorla Twelfth Mubs (now) Mozait
Funtfialti The Alilncliuru (new). . . . Wlcjjaml
Uavotte Old Tupcatry (new) Hoctll
Overture Murmuring of the Forest (new)
At Kiiiiiiu Sriinrc.
Tho usual Saturday aftornoon
concort will bo given at Emma
squaro today at 1:80, with tho
Overture Light Cavalry Puppo
liallail-The Oliver I'ath liev.ni
Gavotte intermezzo flail
Selection La Truvlata Verdi
Waltz lllito Danuho Strauss
Galop Hit and Ml8 lime
Tho Criterion Saloon is a
pleasant placo to go to and its
groatest attraction is tho pure,
cold Seattle boor . on draught
there. It makos one's mustache
curly aud puts new lifo into tho
CHINESE GIRL IN TROUBLE
jaim:o roii mi ori'K.xst: nuv. at
AllrtCfd 1'nlHe Kwoiirlnir ol tier l;irr
ttio Ciuuc or Her Predicament
A half-Chinoso girl, who carat
hero on tho last trip of tho Mari
posa and wo& arrested yesterday
and hold at tho polico station while
her case was being investigated,
attempted to commit suicide it
hor cell by choking horsolf with
Bilk handkerchief. Sho was dis
covered by tho night clork, who
cut tho handkorchiof with a knife
and sent for Dr. Emerson, who
succeeded in bringing tho girl
round in n short timo.
A warrant was issued this
morning for tho arrest of Ah
Chu, nn actor who carao down by
tho Mariposa, on tho charge of
perjury. Ho sworo that Miss Tie
was his wife. Tho lady odmita
that, whilo bIio was not married la
him, sho had taken a fancy to hiir
in tho Chinese theater at Sau
Francisco. When thoy arrived
horo Ah Chu stated to the
Customs officials thai thoy
had boon married olovon months,
that ho was !!(! years old
and sho 20. Also, that they were
married by a Chinoso proacher ir.
Tho fucts according to Miae
Tio's Btatomont aro that sho was
brought down to tho steamor at
San Francisco by a wliito lady,
and p'ut in clmrgo of tho steward
to bring hor to Honolulu, oner
did not havo anything to do witb
Ah Chu until hor arrival here.
Bonds under tho Bix monthsC
residence permit ByBtem wort
givou by Ah Ohn, who had ob
tained apormit for hirasolf through
tho Chinoso Consnlato at Saa
Francisco. Tho woman had no
pormit but was possessed of the
necessary fifty dollars to allow her
Ng Chan of tho Tong On Jaii
Co., who are agents of tho Chinese
theator, gavo a bond to product'
Miss Tio whouovor bIio might
bo wanted. Yesterday thoy
Btirrondorod their bond, saying
thoy would not ho responsible for
tho woman any longer, but would!
deliver her up to tho Customs au
thorities. Thosb in turn notified
the Marshal, who took hor in
charge, but the CustoniB ofticialc
had no idea of hor being ar
rested. Miss Tie was, howovor, placed
in n coll in the station by a police
man, and it waB torror at hoi
situation thut drovo tho hurasseil
woman into tho attempt to commit
suicide. Sho was notified this
morning by Deputy Collector
McStockor that she need not bt
alarmed, aB no harm would be
done to hor. Sovoral wliito ladiee
havo taken hor caso in hand ami
will do what thoy can to make hor
comfortable. Sho will not hr
sont away for somo time. Whet
sho is deported, nrrangomonti1
havo boon mado so that sho will
not bo sent back to China.
Miss Tio is n handsome-looking;
woman and drcsBCB in European '
Tito Tlireu l'orc.
In its "iiowb in n nutshell," the
Star linotype producos tho follow
ing, to got at tho kernel of whict
a nutorackor might bo needod :
"Goorgo Boss sayB that when
ho bo-George Harris will mako
tho trip Georgo Harrio will make
tho trip around Oahu on tho Kno
na onco a week. Both youuj;
men roport a lino timo."
Thoy couldn't do othorwiso.
Seattlo is fast becoming a groat
city. Ono thing which makes il
famous is Seattle beor, which you,
find at tho Critorion. A good
thing always makes its' mark.'
This is ono of tho best things ot