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Vol. II. No. 383.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 189G.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Tclcphono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
There is always nn oppor
tunity, to pick up bargains in
n Department Store like ours
because there are so many
odds and ends that have to be
got rid of in order to malco
room for new goods. Wo are
constantly bringing out into
the sunlight pieces that attract
the eyo of the buyer. Some
times there are pieces that do
not meet ready purchasers.
Those aro the things which
have to bo cut in two in price.
Our stock of Haviland wa.ro
has been culled over so often
that it does not present as
handsome appearance now as
it will when tho now goods
arrive. Plenty of tho old stock
left for those who -.cwant odd
bits at a quarter off regular
prices. The pattorns aro right
if tho prices aro what you need
to fill up your set or to use in
serving a courso dinner.
Asparagus Dishes, Mustard
Cups, Toast Racks, After Din
ner Coffees, Mush Sets and
Plates. White Haviland bes
quality cheaper than you over
saw it. Our patterns are all
"stock." We sell you a singlo
piece or a full set.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
1. W. pcpMonf!
Retail Ths4r . . .
I At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
. Lawns m
Mr. Clinrlcs Btcjilieniion, n well-known
ltnllway limployo nt Kiilupol, Now
"About ten years ago, while en
gaged in shunting, my foot caught
between tho rails, anil my leg was
f ractureil below tho knee. It healed
in time, but 1 liavo been troubled
ever since with swollen veins, and
have been obliged, at times, to wear
a bandage. About a year ago It be
came much worse, and 1 feared I
should bo obliged to givo up my
work. A friend advised mo to try
Ayer's Sursanarilla. I did so, and
after taking four bottles tho swell
ing disappeared, and I havo not
been troubled with it since."
Gold Medals at the World' Chief Expjisltlons.
AYER'S PILLS for Biliousness
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
3olo Agents for the Republic of flawoii.
LEWEIIS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Move itself about your Lawn. Travels
in a straight line or n circle Htopa autom
atically. Hot for any length of hose.
V3T No such Sprinkler has ever bosu
placed on the market bofore.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
Will be received at my office
till 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
August 15th, 18DG, for the
building of a two-story build
ing to be built on makai side
of King street and opposite
the foot of Liliha street.
Plans and specifications may
be soen at my office. 1 do not
bind myself to accept the
lowest or any "bid.
WILLI Ak O. ACHI.
Honolulu, Aug. lOthv 189G.
320 Fort streot, near Merchant.
Custom House Biter aud Statisticiau
General Business Agent.
SATURDAY'S BALL CAME
tub iionolulus oouLDN'T plav
A LITTLE HIT.
A. Very Stnnll Audlcuce WlliirHPN
Vrry l'oor (Jamr-The Itnnix Hutu
Ttiliiicn All Tlivlr Own Vi:y.
I tho members of tho Baseball
Association and the clubs com
posing tho Lcoguo expect to keep
lip public interest in tho game, it
would bo ell for them to tuko a
littlo more interest in bn3oball
matters themselves. With a gamo
advertised for half-pnst three on
last Saturday af tornoou tho gates
woro not opened until tou minutes
boforo that hour. At a quarter
paBt throo thoro woro a few people
roady to buy tickets, but there was
no ticket Boiler or gate koopor
present. At half-pnst three there
woro Bovon playors of ono team
and eight of tho other,
including substitutes, on tho
ground and no umpires. Tho
gamo was finally called fifteen
minutes late with eight men in
each team and Georgo Lucas as
tho only umpire. By the timo
playing was commenced a ninth
man was found for each team.
Neithor club soomod to take
much interest in tho gamo
and both showed a lamontablo
want of practice. Theso things
must bo remedied or the
will stay at homo.
Tho Houolulns won tho toss
and went to the bat, but only suc
ceeded in making one run in nino
innings. Of tho ton runs mado
by tho Karas six woro made in
tho third and four in tho fifth.
Tho details of tho gamo aro given
Fihst "Wodehouso took his
bnso on balls and stolo socond
and third. Dayton flow out nt
center, Clarke was given a huso
on balls, Lemon got his first and
Wodehouso was put out at third.
Lucas failed to get first.
Lemon was put out nt first, Pa
hnu also. Bridges got second on
a singlo. Koki wont out at first.
Second Eddie Holt got first
by hard running. Cupid couldn't
got there and I inuoy struck out
Singer wns put out at first.
Smith, Ako and woro put out at
first iu ono,two, throo order.
Thihd Wodehouso failed to
reach first. Dnyton went out on
a running catch by second. Clarko
Ahia mado first, Kiwa was safe
on Cupid's error and both camo
in on Lomon's fly to right field
which Finnoy missed. Pahau got
in a two-baggor aud stolo third.
Bridges got his base on balls and
stolo second. Pahau and Bridges
came in on Koki's hit to center
hold. Smith wont out at first aud
Koki scored. Ako Hew out to
Fourth Lomou failed to mako
first, Lucas got first and Blolo sec
ond nnd was put out trying to
steal third. Eddio Holt mado a
safo first, and was put out nt soc
ond on Cupid's single.
Ahia made first on Holt's miss
and was put out at socond. Kiwa
saved his buso and Lemon was
put out at tho first bng. Pahau
How out to third.
Fifth Finnoy and Singer
failed to reach first. WodohoiiBO
Hew out to first.
Bridges got first and stole sec
ond. Koki got in a bnso hit and
stole second. Bridges camo in on
nn overthrow to third. Smith got
first on n grounder to first nnd
Koki scored. Ako mndo his baso.
Lewis got to firBt and Smith camo
in. Ahia was given his baso on
balls. Kiwa mado first and Smith
.scored. Lewis was put out at
tWrd.Lemon was caught out.
Sixth Dnyton got in a two
baKgor to loft fiold nnd was
pujt out botweon second and
third on Olarko's bnso hit.
L'oinon mado n two bubo hit nnd
CJirko wns put out nt tho home
p'lnto. Lucas flew out to first.
'Bridges How out to Lucas, Koki
r,iado his baso and mado second
6n a pnBsod ball. Smith How out
Seventh Eddio Holt got his
first by nn nccidont and was put
out trying to start second. Cupid
mwlft urst and scored on nn over
throw by Lemon to first, i'innoy
wns put out at first and Singer
was Btuick out.
Lpwi's Hew out to Cupid, Ahia
How out to Tineas and Kiwa How
out to Singer.
Eighth Wodehouso was aivon
! his baa- on balls. Davton also.
aud each stolo a base. Wode
houso was put out at third. Clarko
got his base, Dayton was put out
at third. Lemon made Hist iud
Lnrni Huw ou I
d to make Iiih base. !
Pahau got in a base hit and took
third on Bridges' baso hit to cen-1
torfield. Bridges stolo second, i
Koki How out to third, Smith Hew .
out to Lucns. j
Ninth Eddie Holtmndon safo '
bnso hit to eon lor field, Cupid How
out to pitcher. Finney mado his
first but Holt was put out at sec
ond. Finnej got third on Sin
ger's two bagger. Lemon Hew
'IVrrllilc ami I'auil I'ull Olliclul iiihI
During this week a young na
tivo lad lost his life in a horrible
manner. Ho was hunting for sen
bird oggs ou tho side of a cliff
near the pea. When about thirty
feet high on tho face of tho cliff
ho lost his foothold nnd fell to
tho bottom. Both nrms nnd his
thigh woro broken and his body
frightfully scarred, by tho jagged
points of rocks whilo falling. Ho
was brought to town, a distance
of nino miles, for treatment, but
uied soon aftor from tho effect of
W. Sheldon of Honricttn fnme
has succeeded Deputy Sheriff
Baldwin of Luhninn, nnd has
commenced hip duties ns such.
Baldwin succeeds Fred. Carter at
Sheriff at Wniluku.
Tho Lahaina local telephone
lino owned by W. Y. Hornor has
beon purchased by the Maui Tele
phono Co. The company intond
replacing tho old lino with thelatest
instruments and gradually oxtond
ing tho lino until it includes
all of Maui,
that as far as
JMist anu west; bo
Maui will como to
Siiturdny NIkIiI' Nhonr.
A raodium audionce patronized
tho Elsio Adair Company on Sat
urday ovoning. Instead of giving
tho farce at tho ond, it was given
at tho beginning. Its title wus
'Tho Fool of tho Fnmily," tho
scouo a Vermont farmhouse, and
tho performance kopt tho audiouco
highly amused throughout. Miss
Adair was tho life of tho pieco, be
ing artistic as woll as sprightly.
Master Elinor Russell's illustrat
ed songs proved vory acceptable,
aud Mr. vandorlip nnd Miss Jar
dyuo in their vocal character
specialties, individually, won
hearty applause. Hugh J. Era
molt gave a now vontriloquial
performance with his comical
puppots, kooping tho house in a
roar all tho time. Tho sorpontino
dnnco by Miss Adnir concluding
tho porformnnce was as brilliant
ns ovor, whilo hnviug difforont
fentures from forraor represoutn
tions. A now progrnm will bo
given tomorrow ovoning.
C'onl for llio Pnclllo Mull.
Tho P. M. S. S. Aztec, of tho
Panama sorvico, boforo returning
on her regular run from San
Francisco, will bring a cargo of
coal from Nuuaimo to Honolulu,
to replenish tho company's coal
pilo nt this port. Since tho sup
ply of Austrnlian coal was shut
off by tho Newcastle strike, tho
Pacific Mnil Compnny's reserve
hero hns fallen low.
If you want to frame anything
in tho vory host manner; if you
want your framo to harmonize
with your picture; if you want tho
best nnd most tnstoful frame in
tho mnrket, go to King Bro.
JAMES CAMPBELLS STORY
CAPTAIN I,i:r.N SAYS TIIL'Iti: IN NO
no ii ii r aiiout it.
'Mm. San I'riinclifo Chief of ItrlrcllTCit
I'm It ft CwinplicU'M t'oiirnirc nml
Vfrldei Ilia Story.
Tho nttorapt mado to ileeco
James Campboll out of a lnrgo
stun of mouoy in Snn Frnucisco
has been the talk of tho town
since its publication here. For
tho benefit of those who seem to
think that Campbell's story wns
somewhat "fishy" tho following
interviow with Captain LeeB,
chief of San Francisco's detectives,
is reprinted from Tho Call:
Spanking of tho plantor, Cap
tain Lees said: " Ho is ono of
tho manliest and most courageous
of men that I ovor met. Ho is
modest in his recital of what oc
curred. Ho is not at all givon to
bonsting or self prniso.
"Ho simply tolls what has
happened nnd tolls it in a straight
forward and intelligent stylo. Ho
is a bravo man and has tho
courage of his convictions. Ho
made up his mind to die rather
than submit to tho outrnco. Tho
robbers finding that ho would not
yield darod not commit murder.
"I first heard of this disnpponr-
ance," said Captain Leos, "from
Mr. Curtin, whom I happened to
meet at tho Baldwin Hotel last
Monday ovoning. I told Curtin that
the matter impressed mo as im
portant, and so wo kopt a closo
watch of tho affair.
"At first Curtin was inclined to
regard Campbell's absonco as n
convivial incident, but as wo dis
cussed tho question u moro so
rioun sido was presontod. Wo ns
cortained tho identity of tho two
mon, and saw that ono was allow
ing up in daylight and tho other
at night. Wo had tho purpose in
view to savo Campboll beforo wo
arrested his abductors. Last
Wednesday Winthrop could havo
been arrested, but at that time wo
know nothing of Campbell, and
did not want to take any stops to
imporil the old man.
"You can rost assurod," Baid
Captain Lees, "that all tho stories
about Mr. Campboll boing out ou
a lark aud becoming dnzed by
wine nnd womon nro mero Biir
miseB. Ho wns lured out to thnt
houo on California street, ns ho
describes. Now ns a matter of
fact I did not havo timo to hear
his btory until todny when ho told
it to mo in this room. Curtin,
Campbell, myself and ono olhor
wont out Wednesday night in a
hack to locato tho houso. All that
Campboll could toll us was that
tho scouo was uoar tho French
"He also rocollocted distinctly
thnt thoro wns n small palm troo
to tho loft of tho yard as one en
tered the houso from tho streot.
Two or throo timos I got out of
tho hack to look for this palm.
"Finally wo locatod tho placo,
but Campboll said, 'I did not como
out hero.' Thou wo wont around
the houso aud found the roar on
tranco lending to n buck streot.
This ho recognized. Wo entered
tho house and found ovorything
as ho doscribod. Tho marks of
tho staples which woro drivoii in
tho floor woro found. Undor tho
carpet we found tho instrument
used for romoving them. Tho
whole Btory was vorifiod by tho
examination of tho premises.
Thoro is not a weak placo in tho
chain of Campbell's story."
Captain Lees and Detectives
Seymour and Cody visited tho
house at 4109 California street
last night, and nfter n minulo
sonroh of tho promises, n bullet
holo wns found in tho wall of tho
back room a couplo of feot abovo
tho head of tho bed.
Tho houso was rented last Mon
day morning by Oliver W. Win
throp, who claimed ho was rontiug
it for a friend named Archibald.
Ou Tuobday morning Winthrop
was beon on tho premises, aud
thoro is no doubt that ho is.
tho man who first made Cain phclKs
acquaintance in Snn Iohi, and
subsequently toik him from tha
Occidental Hotel Monday after
noon. Captain Lees i- said to know
where Winthrop is and is expect
ed to nrrest him in tho morning.
i:xtPiilT Improvement .Ylabluc
Nt. I,nl Cnllrce
Lnst year St. Louis Collego had
its assembly hnll provided with
commodious and spacious stage,
having wings and flics, entrance
nnd exits, nrtistic sceiiory nnd, in
deed, all tho equipments necoseaiy
for tho production of highclasr
drama. This year still further
improvements aro boing mado in
tho hall, chiofly in arrangements
for tho comfort and ploasuro of
auditors. A pit a foot deep liar,
beon sunk in tho floor, in front of
tho stngo, for the orchestra, so
that the heads and shoulders of
tho musicians will not intercept
tho viow of a performance on the
botr.ls. Thoro has nlso beon t
channel mado at the front of the
stage for tho rccoption of electric
Tho floor of tho nuditoriunt.
has been changed to nn inclined
plnno, tho summit of which joinr.
tho front of tho formorly clovnted
gnllory in renr. lliroo aisles ui
vido tho scntiug spneo on tho in
clined plane, the two outside oneu
running diagonally inward to tho
front. Thoro aro no steps in the
aisles to trip against in a crowd,
this foaturo being the same as is.
tho restored Oporn House. Be
tween four nnd five hundred the
ater chairs will bo placed on tho
slope, and provided with racks
for hatB, wraps and umbrellas. It
will bo socond to no auditorium
in tho city for comfort. There
nro to bo improved sents in tho
rear gallery besides.
Whilo thoso changes nro boing
made iu the assembly hall, there
is a general renovation of other
buildings upon tho campun going
on. Sounds of saw nnd hammer
are heard on nil hands, nnd Mr.
Walton hns n crow of pnintors oa
tho roofs, laying on his "Peerless
Preserving Paint." Lucas Bros,
have tho contract for tho improve
ments and repairs in gonoral, of
which thoy aro making a thorough
job. St. Louis Collego will be
better equipped than ever for botk
good work aud wholesome recren?
tiou at next term opening.
Urine Ijibuiora fur lloiiululii nnK
Ten for Scuttle.
News was received by tho Bel
gic on Saturday that tho Jnpanesb
stenmor Miiki-Maru, belonging
to tho Nippon Yuson KaiHha linti
of stcameis, had loft Kobo on.
August 5th with a untnher of
laborers for this port and a fall
cargo of ton for Seattle. The
Miiki-Maru is the pioneer of the
now Japaueso steamship lino from
Kobo to Senttlo, cnlling nt thio
port. Tho vessel hns been here
sovornl times, notnbly when iu
conjunction with tho V. S. Adams
nnd other vessels she tried to pull
tho Miowora off tho reef.
At I.'iiiiiiii Ninirc.
Tho following is tho program
arranged for tho concert nt Emma,
square this ovoning, commencing
Overturn Kind's Lieutenant Titt
Kmitntla Tlie Alplmi Hum Wleuand
tielt'i'tlon I. Murtlrl PonlzctU
.Malkal Waliilo, I.lko I'ua Ulmu,
Maul no U 01.
Fantasia Emperor's Itcvlutv Kllcnbcrc
Wait -Court Mali Fctrw
(lavottc Old Tapestry HocgctU
folks Nuuanu Vulley Merger
Tho Criterion Saloon is a
pleasant placo to go to and ite
grontest attraction is tho pure,
cold Soattlo beor on draught
thoro. It makes ono's muBtacke
curly aud puts now life iuto tht
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