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Vol. II. No. 384.
'THE EVENING BULLETIN.
i Published every duy except Sunday nt
609 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
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Pnynblo IavnrlnbiT in Advnnoo.
Tolophono 25G. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
J. T. WATBRHOU:
There is always an oppor
tunity to pick up bargains in
.a' Department .Sfcora like ours
because there are so many
. odds and ends that .havo to bo
..got rid of in order to make
room for now goods. Wo are
.constantly bringing out into
the sunlight pieces that attract
'the eyo of the buyer. Some-'
itimes there are pieces that do
not moet ready purchasers.
Those are the things which
.have to be cut 'in two in price.
Qur 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 tho old.stock
.left .for those who want odd
'bits at- a quarter off regular
pricos. Tho patterns arc right
if the tpricos are what you need
to 11 up your sot or to use in
aer.ving.a courso dinner.
Asparagus Dishes, Mustard
Cups, Toast Backs, After Din
ner Coffees, Mush Sets and
Plates. SVhito Haviland besii
quality .oheaper than you ever
saw it. .Our patterns aro all
"stock' We sell you a single
piece or a full sot.
J. I. f HTERH0OSE
Queen ' Street.
Retail Their .
. . Large Stock
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
SHIRTING ..a SHEETING
QUILTS and TABLE
SERGES and LAWNS,
SILK RIBBONS, Etc.
. - '.v.. t'szm
$ Core DYSPEPSIA,
Curs SICK 'HEADACHE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sygar Coated,
Are Mild but 'Effective.
Good lor the 'Stomach, I
Good for the Liver,
Good for the Bowels.
THERE AfiE NO OTHERPILLS
SO COOP AS
Highest Awards nt tho World's
Mollister "Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo AjreutH fir the Kopulilio of Hawaii.
MRS & COOKE
ft (JR INVENTION
Moses iUelf nbont jonrLnwa, Travels
in a ttUaigbt lino or a cirolo. Stops autom
atically. Sot for any length of hose.
tZff' No such Sprinkler has over teen
placed ge tho anrkot before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
Fort Street, ... - Tolophone 30.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker and Statisiiciaii
General Business Agent.
Sale is Over!
Hut I am fidllnir all of my
stock of troodB very clicap.
My upeclaltiei for tills
week aro , , ,
Silk Crepes --
llobmsou Block, Hotel street.
Nicely furnished rooms nt tho
Populnr IIouso, 151 Fort street,
from 81.00 per weok up.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1896
PROPOSED WAIKIKI HOTEL i
ivcsciiirciox or the mew cot-
TAGKS AND II A Til IIOUSI!.
I.etd Nlnml. Xanal mid IlitiirtRtf
FtiYllloii IMer uikI Hon I irmiiu
Over 4lio Wulcr.
Tho announcement o Mr. T. E.
Kwuse's intention to establish ft
hotel on tho premises occupied by
W. C. Peacock at Waikiki mot
with such gonoral favor find up
proval among tho business men
ofHonolulu and the community
gonorally that he has boou en
couraged to pxooeed with tho
work on a much more extensive
scale than ho at first intended.
Messrs. .Eiploy and Dickey the
architects woro accordingly in
structed to propnro revised plans
of much grontor maguitudo than
those originally proposed and
mado public. The now plans
woro shown a Bulletin repre
sentative yostorday afternoon,
togothor with a birdsoyo view of
the buildings as thoy will appear
wheu finished. Tho latter was
drnwn by Mr. A. Reynolds, while
tho background has beon filled
in by Hugo Fisher. Tho picture
is being handsomoly framed by
W. O. King nnd will be placed on
Tho main building of tho pro
posed 6ummer resort will consist
of the present Peacock "mansion,
tho etructnro being 72x02 feet and
two stories iu hoight. Tho hand
some appearance of this beautiful
rosidouco is so woll known that
a detailed description is unneces
sary.' On tho Waikiki side of tho
presont structure a two story
annex, 28x30 feet, is to bo built.
Wkon completed the hotel proper
will contain tho followiug rooms:
On 'tho ground Uoor there will
bo two handBomo parlors, onch
18x20 feet. Tho dining rooms
will be two in numbor, one 20x30
feet nnd tho other 15x23. Tho
kitchen will bo a room 20x20
feet and there will bo two pantries
and two store rooms connected
with it; nlso a collnr 28x30 foot
below. There will nlso be a com
modious office and clerk's private
Upstairs thoro aro five largo
sleeping chambers, one 18x21
feet, one 18x18 nnd ono 18x17.
Tho bath room is commodious
and fitted up with all modern
convenience. In all tho chambers
thoro aro cedar lined closots, oto.
A ton-foot verandah 150 feet long
surrounding tho lower story.
Tho proposed additions to the
main structure comprise four largo
buildings, or cottages as Mr.
Krouso calls them, a dancing
pavilion and lanai, a band stand
and lanai and a pier and boat
houso extending 300 feet over tho
One of these cottages will con
tain the billiard room, 20x32 feet;
awiuo room 20x20 feet, and two
sitting rooms, all on tho ground
fioor, tho outsido dimensions of
tlm cottago boing 37x82 foot. Up
stairs thoro will be oight chambers,'
each 13x15 foot. Thoro will bo a
double verandah, 8 feet wide, run
ning around tho cottnge, or in all
270 feet of vorandah around this
Another largo two story cottngo
near tho beach will contain six
teen chambers, eight on each fioor.
This building is 38x80 with S-foot
verandahs nuovo nnd below u;i
three sides, tho total length of
verandahs boing 375 foot. Each
of tho rooms in this building is
provided with clothes closets.
A third cottago will bo 18xfi8 in
oxtent, two Btories high, contain
ing four chambers qn each fioor,
with closets to eaoh, and veran
dahs. The bath houso cottago will bo
two stories high with vorandnhs
on tho tipper lloor, which will bo
divided into 5 chanibors, ouch
12x15 feot, nnd fivo others 10x15
feet. All of theso rooms aro con
nocted and will bo roaohod by
staircases leading to tho upper
vorandahs. Tho lower fioor will
be divided into twenty Bhowor
bnlh rooms with a dressing room
to each. From a central hall-way
thf bather goes to his room and
finds himself in a compartmont
)jfi'o4Iio takes off his bnthing
suit. A door lends into a similar
compartment in which is situated
tho fresh water shower bath.
These two compartments havo
tilod floors. When ho has hud
enough of the shower ho wnlks
into tho third compartment which
iri a dressing room, uhoru ho can
attire himself at his leisure
and in comfort. In addi
tion to tho twenty bathrooms for.
sea bathers thoro nro two large
hot (uijl cold wntnr tuli bath
roon, fhe supply of hot wator
coming from the kitchen near by.
On the saine fioor is an ollico and
bathing suit room where visitors
ami guests will bo supplied with
suits, towels, etc.
Tho main dancing pnvilion and
lauui will, of uu open room, -lUxdU
foot in size, and tho baud stand
an open pavilion about 20x30 feet.
Theso will be handsome struc
tures, with ornamental roofs sim
ilar in general ellVet to the band
stand at the Hawaiian Hotel.
A pier jutting out into the son,
300 feot long, will he nn added at
traction. At tho end will bo a
pretty room 10 feet squnrc, partly
protected by lnttice work on tho
sides, whore patrons of tho hotel
may sit mid watch bathers and
surf riders. BonU ami canoes
and all tho adjuncts for fishing
will be provided ob a matter of
Tho main hotel and cottagos
together mako up a total of 87
rooms at tho disposal of the man
agement, while the verandah space
combines nearly 1000 running
feot. The new buildings will not
be cheap, tawdry nffnirs, but will
bo constructed on tho bmiiu gener
al style of architecture as tho
main building, which hns not its
equal for architectural beauty in
tho city. When completed the
now Waikiki hotnl promises will
represent an outlay of about !M0,
000, as it is intended to spare uo
expenso in tho construction aud
fitting up of the new buildings.
Since tho refusal of tho govern
ment to grant Mr. Thomas Krouso,
who is to conduct tho now hotel,
a license to soil liquors iu con
nection with tho new establish
ment similar to that now enjoyed
by tho Hawniian Hotol, a great
many business men havo been
to him, and offered to sign a peti
tion to tho government asking
that its refusal bo revoked ana
that a liconso bo grantod. This
hotol is generally looked upon as
a public necessity and conveni
ence and would no doubt put an
end to much of tho illicit selling
of liquor now going on along tho
beach. It is understood that such
a petition will bo prepared in a
day or two by the friouds of tho
now hotel project and tho Bulle
tin predicts that it will bo very
largely signed by influential busi
ness men and the people gon
orally. Tin's projected hotol and sum
mer resort will certainly bo a
great attraction for tourists, who
under presont conditions aro en
tirely dissatisfied with oxisting
accommodations at tho beach.
Of courso, it is understood that
tho carrying out of tho above en
terprise is entirely conditional on
tho granting of a liconso to -sell
liquors on tho premisos, without
which such an establishment
would bo a foro-doomed financial
failure. If tho license is granted
tho new beach hotel will be inau
gurated at once, if it is refused
the whole project will bo dropped.
Managor Pain of tho Hawaiian
Tramways Company is onthusi
ostic over tho proposed hotol aud
has promised to put on cars to
Waikiki ovory fifteen minutes tho
day tho hotel i"b opeued.
Tho wedding of Miss Annio
Poty and Ernest Mott-Smith took
place at tho rosidouco of tho
bride's parents last ovoning, ltov.
II. H. Parkor officiating. Only
members of tho two families woro
present. Tho young couplo loft
on the Kiuan this morning to
spond the honeymoon on Hawaii.
THIS -II.TIC IT IN OU'IAIV JOHN
Kilt MI COMl'AY 1,
Xnl Horn Ncpii Slurp YrMcrilnr fMnrii
lnu When liu Wont Oil' Willi h
Mombois of Company O. aro
mucli excited over tho alleged dis
appearance of Captain J,ohn Ken,
wlio commands Company G. of
tho Nutioual Guard of Hawaii.
Ken, who is employed as a clerk
in tho Attorney Gouoral's office,
bus not been soon silica yesterday
morning about 9 o'clock. Ho
failed to show up in tho office yes
terday aud today, and last night
he was absent from tho drill of his
Thero uro many stories in circu
lation as to tho cause of his dis
appearance, tho most probable
ono being that thero is a wo
man in tho case. Ken's wifo
has been absent on Maui for some
mouths and it is Baid he has been
paying attention to onothor girl
during her absence.
Clerk Coelho of tho police court
is probably as wj11 neqiiniulod
with Ken aH any one. HosayB ho
saw him last on Saturday after
noon, wheu ho camo to nsk that
soveral members of his company
bo oxcused from attending tho
meeting of tho Young HawniiaiiB'
Institute last night, as thoy had to
attend drill. Tho request was
granted and Koa went oil'. Mr.
Coelho noticed that ho acted very
strangely but not as if ho hail
been drinking. Ho appeared to bo
slightly out of his head rather
thau drunk. It has siuco been
learned that ho wns driuking on
Saturday and had kept it up until
ho was last Boon.
On learning of tho disappear
ance Mr. Coelho notified tho po
lice, who aro now looking for
him iu all directions. Ho ulso
notified tho mombors of tho
Young Hawaiians' Institute, of
which Kea was a member, and
thoy aro on tho lookout, for him.
Mr. Coelho had hoard many of
tho Btories in circulation but
would not vouch for tho truth of
auy of them, but ho i very mucli
worried ovor the continued ab
sence of his friend.
Attornoy-Genoral Smith noti
fied tho Marshall oflico at 1:30
p. in. to havo a thorough search
mado for tho missing man iu his
accustomed haunts. Mr. Coelho
wns told later by a person in
whom ho has confidonco that Kea
was 8eqn between 9 and 10 o'clock
It is hoped that Captain Kea
will bo found and taken euro of
until ho regains his right mind,
but somo of his frionds font tho
worst, as ho has a revolver with
him, and his mind is doubtless
rovorting to tho oxamplo of his
former commander, Captain Kaia,
who committed Btticido somo
Kamaka, an employe of tho
Bulletin and a brother-in-law of
John Koa, says tho missing man
has not been in his right mind for
sevornl dnyB past.
At 3 p. m. nothing hnd boon
heard of Kea at tho police station.
iiui;roiTi:i iiili, si:ri:xi:ii.
JVoiihiiU III Daiuucc ' 'iiNv IliinU
niit' IHNClmreo ItcuUlctl.
A nonsuit was granted iu tho
$1000 damagos suit of H. Ii against
Jonathan Shaw, tax collector, for
- Manuel Eois vs. Kahalopaakai
and Loong Chow. Ejectment.
Promises on Ewa sido of Smith
street. On trial by a mixed jury.
Bobortson for plaintiff; ltosa for
Judgo Carter has confirmed
tho salo of properly at Makiki,
bolongiug to the Ashford minors,
to II. Laws at public miction.
Bobortson for guardian.
U. Hackfold fc Co. by their at
torneys, Kinnoy A: Ballon, have
filed an objoction to tho discharge
of Kasamatsu from bankruptevjon
tho ground of frauds coumuued
by tho bankrupt.
Tho application of W. R. Cas
tle, administrator of the estato'of
Win. Dean, for leavo to sell roil
estate was continued -by" Judgo
Caitor till moved on. J. Q. Wood
-'Judgo Cnrtor this morning sen
tenced William Hoopii, for Uur
glnry of Sorenson & Lylo's build
ing, to imprisonment, for two
years at hard labor, and to ou ad
ditional term of twoyeurs for bur
glary of Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s
premises, and to pay costs of 3.50
in each case. '
I'MMt'i: count' itimis.
Xlrniaim IMciuU Guilty of an A-mult
With it nomlly Wrnpon.
The cnBo of assault aud battery
ngainst Mrs. McGurn wns nolle
pros'd in tho District Court this
Niemann, tho national guaids
mau who took a shot at Jack Fryo
with his rifio somo time ago, was
brought up bei'oro Judge do la
VorguothiB morning. Tho charge
of nssault with intent to commit
inurdor was withdrawn by tho
prosecution nnd tho dofoudnnt
wns allowed to plead guilty of th'o
lessor charge of assault with a
deadly weapon. Sontonco lias not
yet been pronounced.
Pour drunks paid the usnul lino
and two or three other cases were
postponed to future datcH.
TIic l'lililnu AiuilvetNury.
This evening tho Knights- o
Pythias will colobrato the 25th
nuuivorsary of tho institution oE
their ordor in Hawaii nt Snne
Souci with a ball and supper. On
ly members of tho order, their fa
milies and representatives of the
press will bo presont. Dancing
will commcuco about 8 o'clock
and tho supper at II. Manager
Pain will run extra care from
Fort street at 7:30 and thoro -will
bo lato cars to bring tho people
home after the dance. Froo onuses
will take people to and from tho
cars at Saus Souci.
Mombera of P. H. Brooks Divi
sion, No. 1, U. B. K. P., will' at
tend iu full uniform and nro re
quested to bo at Cnstlo Hnll of
Onhu Lodgo nt 7 o'clock.
Auntlmr Ilalieni Cortii Cawe.
Upon the postponing of habeas
coipus proceedings, J. A. Mugoou
surrendered tho Ohinoso girl
whom he had takon under his
protection, returning her to
tho pare of tho Marshal. Sho oc
cupies tho private cell in tho roar
or tlio deputy marshals oflico
whoro sho is under tho surveil
lance of a big policeman to seo
that sho does not try to put an
ond to her existence. Tho haboaa
corpus proceedings will be iieard
on the 22nd. In describing tho
girl's nationality to a reporter
this morning a ChineBo police
man said sho was half Chinese
and half "American people."
Ainiun In t'orreniioiKlciit
Etymology. 1, Is "nnti-deluvi-anism,"
a term found in tho Ad
vertiser, tho antithesis of pro-de-luviauism
? 2, What, then, is
deluviauism "by its louoly?"- 3,
Has it or its compounds any rela
tion to tho silver quostiony 4, Did
Nenh hido tho spelling book of
tho nnto-diluviaus after ho camo
out of tho ark?
A. 1, Givo it up. 2, Give it
up. 3, Givo it up. -1, Ask us
To The Public-.
I tho undersigned do certify
that C. A. Uoirornau,(rocoutly ar
rested "for investigation," tho in
ference boing that ho was impli
cated in a robbery of money from
uio, waB not iu my compnuyjVnqr
did I play cards with him any
whoro, nor did I ovor accuse Hof
fomau of robbing me, nordid'I
cause his arrest.
W. A. Smith.
Honolulu, August 17, 18UC.
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