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Voii. II. No. 395.
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 31, 189G.
Fiiior 5 Cknts.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
PubllHboil every day except Snndny nt
210 King Street, Ilonolnln, II. I.
Por Month, nnywhoro in the Ha
waiian IbIiiiuIb 3 "A
Per Ycnr. ""
Por Year. poBtpald to America,
Cnnnun, or Mexico 10 (X)
Por YoBr, postpaid, othor Foroign
Countries 13 00
I'nj'itblo Invariably In Advance.
Tolophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
You've heard us sny thnt
ours is a department store in
many ways. We do not sell
furniture but we sell nearly
everything elso for use in the
house. Nor docs our business
istop there; wo sell everything
required in putting up a frame
Iiousc except the lumber, so
that with the exception of ono
or two articles.
If you have built your home
and need articles in hardware
for trimming, ours is the store
to get them. If you contem
plate building you will need a
hundred different articles in
shelf hardware; ours is the
place to get thorn in the best
quality at lowest rates.
Our stock of shelf hardware
is completo in every detail.
There's not a thing omitted
for which there is a call and
tho goods are bought by us
so wo may sell them cheap
and at a profit.
. J. T. WATER
Quo on. Street.
Retail Their . . .
. . Large Stock
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
SHIRTING -mi SHEETING
QUILTS and TABLE
SERGES and LAWNS,
SILK RIBBONS, Etc.
Healih and Strength
MY THE tsE OP
Hr. M. A. Ciimmliir, of Ynriwillle,
Victoria. Aurtralln, Says I
m 4 l
"About a year ago, I had a sovcro
attack of Influenza, which left mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or interest in life. Obtaining
little or no relief from doctors, or
from the many remedies recom
mended to me, I finally tried Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and from that time,
began to gain health and strength,
I continued tho treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
great pleasure In telling my friends
of the merits of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
and tho happy results of its uso. I
consider it tho best blood-purifier
Cold Medals at the World's Chief Expositions.
nVCP'Q DIMQ for Constipation
Hluno rlLLO and Biliousness.
Sugar-Coated, Mild but Effcctlvo
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Acoats for tho llcjmbho of Haw nil.
WERS & OOGKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Movcb itHclf nbont your Lawn. Travels
in a ntraight lino or ii tirclo Stops uutoui
nticnlfy. Sot for any length of lioso.
tTV' No such Sprinkler has oer heeu
placed on tho market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
Sale is Over!
Iltut I am m-llliiu' nil of my
htock i)f iiaoilit crv uhcaii.
My BpeclaltifS for this
week arc . . , ,
Silk Crepes --
ltobinsoii lilock, Hotel Btreet.
If you want to frame anything
iu tho vory best niaunor; if you
want your framo to harnionizo
with your picture; if you wnnttlio
best ami most tasteful framo in
tho market, go to King 13ro8.
TEN INNINGS REQUIRED
to niiitiii: NiumiiAV't gauii: '
OF IIANl:ltW.I,. I
AViiii liy tlut Kiiim-liiitiirli Tcnm tiy it
Score l 10 tn i:t-Th l.'ml if (hr
Tho attendance of Saturday's
ball game was anything but lingo
and tho playing on both siilbB
marked by costly nrrorn. Tin1
'game was between tho Kim! !'-';
nient and Kaiuehamolia nines and
tho lattor won by a scoro of 1G to
13. Tho loss of tho game was
costly to tho soldier tram as thny
now have to win thoir two remain
ing games with tho Ilonolulus
and Stars on September 12th and
19th to tio tho Stars. Had they
won Saturday's game they might
have captured the pennant.
Following arn the details of
Saturday's game, tho Kams going
first to tho bat :
First Lemon took his base on
balls and stole second. Mohuiila
failed to mako first but Lomon
got third. A. Pahau mado iirst
and Lomon camo home. Pahau
was put out at first, being caught
off his baso. Koko flew out to
Cuuha flow out to Lomon, Dun
can was struck out, llausinau got
in tho first base hit of tho game
and made third on W. Woods'
single. Gloason was put out at
Second Lowis failed to roach
tho first bag, Ahia mado first by
Duncan's error. Kiwa mado first
butDuncan wbb put out at second.
Kiwa stolo second. Tlarbottlo was
put out at first.
Qeorgo "Woods mado first by an
error of tho base man and stolo
second, and camo homo'ou Ouni
niings' two-bagger. Cummings
stole third and came in on a pass
ed ball. Luuhiwa struck out,
Carlylo wont out at first. Cuuha
got in a baso hit and Duncan fol
lowed with another. Cunha came
homo and Duncan made third on
JJiinsmau's two bagger. W.Woods
was put out ot first.
Tautu Bridges mado a cloan
baso hit and stole second, Lemon
took first on balls, and both camo
in on Moheula's two-bagger. Pa
hau mado first and got to second
on a passed ball, Mehoula reach
ing third. Mohoula tallied but
Koki was put out on n drive to
first. Lowis took Lib baso on
balls. Pahau tallied on Ohia's
grounder to shortstop. Smith's
grounder to second brought in
Ahia. Bridges was put out at
Gloason flow out to third,Goorgo
"WoodB mado third on a wild
throw to first. Cummings ilow out
to eontorfield but Woods came
homo. Luahiwa was put out try
ing to roach second on a baso hit.
Fouiith Lemon ilow out to
first, Mehoula got in a baso hit.
Pahau ilow out to right field and
Mohoula took second. Koki flew
out at right fiold.
Carlylo mado first and Btolo
socond. Cuuha got to third and
Carlylo camo homo on an over
throw from first to thild, Duncan
wont out on a foul fly, llan-man
ilow out to pitohor, W. Woods
failed to loach first.
Fifth Lowis took hie base on
balls and got to second on a pass
ed ball ami third on anothor. Ahia
struck out. Lowis camo homo on
a passed ball. Kiwa got his first
and was put out at thiul on
Smith's two-baggor. Jiridgos took
his baso on balls. Lemon filled
tho bases and Mohoula's baso hit
and an overthrow brought in
Smith and Brideos. Pahau uol to
third and Lomou and Mohoula
Gloason flow out to loft fiold.
Georgo oods cot a homo run on
an overthrow to third. Cummincs
failed to got first. Luahiwa got
m a baso hit and Carlylo did tlio
samo. Cunlm's baso hit brought
in Jjuamwa and (Jarlylo came in
on an overthrow to third. Dun
can struck out.
Mtvni Lewis ilow out at sec
ond. Ahia mado his first, Koki
mado a baso hit and stolo second,
Aliiu wont to third. Smith was
struck out, ae was Bridges.
llaumnati was put out by quick
work at first, as uas W. Wood and
Seventh Lemon failed to
mako tho first base, jMchcula took
first on balls and camo in on Pa
ban's threo baso hit. Koki was
put out at nocoud mid Palmu at
George Woods got his base by
accident and went to second on
tGummiug); base hit. LiMhiwa's
bate hit brought in George Wood.
Cul Ii-t tu tiisl but Lualnwii
WimiImW llMfOlul. V (Ullltl I tVO
bagger brought iu two runs and
he got third on a passed ball.
Duncan Ilow out to second. Hans
man was put out at first.
Eighth Lowis struck out,
Ahia couldn't get to first, Koki
ilew out to Duncan.
W. Woods Ilow out to right
field. Gloason hVw out at secoud.
Georgo Woods got in a baso hit,
Cummings got to iirston a fuinblo
by Bridges. Luahiwa filled tho
basos. Carlylo's two-base hit
brought in two runs. Cunha was
put out at first.
Ninth Smith saved his baso
by a fumblo at second and was put
out trying to steal second. Bridges
struck out. Lemon failed to make
Duncan got in abase hit, Hans
man was put out at first and Dun
can got to second. W. Woods
ilew out to contor field. Gloason
Tenth Mohoula cot iu a clean
base hit, A. Pahau followed with
another, It. Pahau camo along
with Btill anothor, Lewis went out
at first and Mohoula scored. Ahia
went out at first and A. Pahau
scored. Koki's two bagger
brought Robert Pahau homo.
Koki stolo third Smith took his
baso on balls and stolo second.
Bridges flow out at eontorfield.
Georgo Woods was put out at
first, Cummings ilew out to third.
Luahiwa made his first, Carlylo
got a base hit. Cunha flew out at
SL'OItr. 11Y INNINGS.
1 2 3 -1 5 (5 7 S 9 10
Kiim... 1060 C 0100 3-10
F.Reg't.O 1 1 a 0 3 2 0 0-13
Umpires L. Hart and G.
nut. i.vrinx I'uomsrs.
Editou Evening Bulletin:
Tho editorial coinmonts of a
morning paper rolativo to my
lottor to tho West Plains Journal
aro couched Jin such vituperative
language that a full reply is im
possible. But may I beg leave to
state, first, that no rational con
struction ot my lottor (head lines
to the contrary notwithstanding)
can poso mo as a dofamor of tho
gentlomon who aro at tho head of
this government, or as Becking to
disscminnto seditious sentiments.
Second, that Bishop Willis is no
way responsible for tho opiniouB
expressed in my letter. The Bis
hop rarely over speaks to me of
politics; never with an intention
of biasing mo. Tho attack mado
on him for a matter in which ho
was as utterly uncoucorned ns a
ohild, is a disgraeo to respectablo
journalism. Tho insulting lan
guage used towards mo personal
ly 1 care nothing for. But I do
protest against being mado tho
means of insult heaped upon my
Bishop. Yours truly,
J. P. Lytton.
Ill, HI i; Vt'KOMJI.Y I'l.Mli:!!.
Em ron Evening Bulletin: -Tho
statement in your morning
contemporary that a tram car ran
into R. J. Groeno'a carriago is an
error. It was my team that ran
into the tram car, and, but for tho
prompt and skilful action of tho
car driver, n serious uccidont must
havo boen tho result. Tho blanio
in tho matter falls upon myself,
although, under tho circumstances,
tho accident boouib to havo boon
unavoidable. R. Jay Giieene.
Honolulu, August 31, 18915.
i ' ii ii -
II. A. Parmoloo and wifo return-
J ed from Maui yestorday morning.
THE GAINSBOROUGH SOLD
till IN iron MHll III
I'niil ,11 nli Ic-ittloi ir niul I'rnl llnrrlomi
Ooitltiit ul thoIllitilliitf-.U. I'.
Thero was a largo attendance at
tho auction salo of tho wreck of
the Gainsborough at noon today
by W. S. Luce, but the bidding
soon dropped down to a spirited
contest botwoon Fred Harrison
and Paul Muhlendorff, tho latter
representing tho firm of Allen it
Robinson. Upon mounting tho
stool the auctioneer announced
that tho wreck would bo sold
as a whole, hull, masts, spars, rig'
giug, tackle, stores and cargo of
coal, subject to a protest aud two
Tho protest was in tho naturo
of a communication to the auc
tioneer in which M. F. Colburn
claimed the vessel as salvor, ho
having boarded tho vessel aftor
tho captain had abandoned her
aud boforo tho polico boat reach
ed tho wreck. In reply to a ques
tion whether ho would guaronteo
title to the purchaser, Mr. Luco
said ho would guarantee nothiug
and purchasers would have to take
their chances on Mr. Collmrn's
claim. Ho further explained that
the liens consisted of ono of
S120 for tho services of tho tug
Elou and another of SCO for pay
of polico in guarding tho vessel,
Captain Androws started tho
bidding at SoOO, tho upset price,
and after a little Captain Wcia
barth raised him S30. Fred Har
rison then camo in with $25 moro
aud Paul Muhlendorff raised him
$25. Tho first two bidders then
dropped out, and tho bidding
went on by successive raises of
$25 until $1825 was reached when
Fred Harrison dropped out, and
tho wreck was knocked down to
Allon & Robinson at that figure
llh tho two lions tnev
Rottlo tho wreck will cost tho pur-
Paul Muhloudortr also bid on
the iifo-oared whalo boat now in
the harbor bclontmii; to the ves-
sol, but dropped out at $70. Tho
boat was finally knocked down to
W. W. Dimoud for $75.
in rolation to tho claim of M. F.
Colburn that Captain McPhail
after consultation with Yico-Consul
Walker ou Saturday after
noon decided that tho wreck was
a total loss and notified tho Mar
shal to tako chargo of her in ac
cordance with tho Hawaiian
statntos bearing on bucIi cases.
Ho wont out in tho polico boat at
onco, and on ooauling tho vessel
found threo nativos on board who
claimed to have been put thoro
by M. F. Colburn. They wero
summarily ordorod oil tho wreck,
which has since boon iu chargo
of tho polico. Mr. Colburn had
served no notico on tho Marshal's
oilico up to tho time of the sale
nor taken any other action to
back up his claim other than
filing a protost with tho
LATEST I'JtOJI THE WltECK.
Tho tug Elou loft for tho wreck
at 1:30 this aftornoon, with
Cnptaiu Parker of tho polico force,
Captain Thompson of the S. G.
Allon, a Bulletin reporlor and
Tho object of tho trip was to
bring in tho polico who had boon
guarding tho vossol siuco Satur
day and put Captain Thompson
on board tho wreck as tho repro
Bontativo of tho new owuors. i'ho
Captain of tho S. 0. Albn has boon
given an interest in tho wreck for
his services and will havo com
mand of tho wrooking operations.
Tho trip out was mado in jiiBt
35 minutes from tho wharf and 10
minutes wero consumed iu trans
ferring Captain Thompson to tho
wreck and making tho polico boat
fast to tho tug. Tho return trip
was made in just 35 minuloo nlpn.
Tho position of tho vi;ok ap
pears to have changed but tittle
sinco Saturday and felft! moves but
very little, showing that bIio is
stilt hard and fast. Occasionally
I an extra heavy bwoII would break
over lior poop and amidships but
tho force of tho water did not
scorn to affect tho vcsboI.
Captain Thompson did not
know whether on effort would be
mado to pull tho Bhip olT or not.
Ho said it would depend on the
condition of at't'niiH when ho got
On tho way back the tug pass
ed a sailboat loaded with men
bound fur tho wreck, who will
commonco stripping off her sails
as soon as they get on board.
Tho soa in tho iciuily of the
wreck, whilo much rougher than
on Saturday and yestorday, was
not high enough to interfere with
wrecking operations, and with a
week's smooth weather much cna
viiist iu:i.ui:nt iiENrriT.
1.1 xli' Adalr'n Company mill Volniw
lrr A in lite a Lnrxo Antllriicf.
Tho First Regiment bonofit on.
Saturday evening drew ft lorgo
audienco to tho drill shod, in
cluding a vory fair- sprinkling of
government officials. Mr. Van
derlip and Min3 Adair ropcaled
tho littlo skit with which they
opened thoir first night here, and
it foil oven flattor than at the pre
vious performance. Tho Ha
waiian Septotto, which by tho way
numbered eight performers, rend
ered three selections, tho soloc
beiug sung by W. J. Cnelho,
which woro deservedly applauded.
Master Russell's wondorful
voico wiw hoard rosponsivoly to
Miss Jardino iu three Bongs.
Tho mandolin quartotto, con
sisting of three mandolins and
two guita.r8, woro encored twice,
and Jackson aud Viorra amused
the audienco with a Chinese song
which lias grown tiresome by
repetition. It is about time these
versatilo artists studied up some
thing new iu their line.
Mr. Emmett's wondorful per-
i fortnannn nn tho violin was tho
' feature of tho evening aud the
pleasure was tho greator for boing
unexpected. Besides playing it
i every conceivable position, his
' mutations ot. tho human voice,
etc., wero remnrkable.
The performance closed
Miss Adair's skirt dancing.
HUM lilt SMIl'llISi: I'AKTl.
I'li'nsniit i:nitr l.tln iii c-ii t lii
ol I'rril. II. O.it.
On Saturday evening Fred. B.
Oat, of tho Gonoral Post Office
stall', was apprised of his popular
ity in a vory pleasant woy. It
was his birthday and lie dined
with his brother, J. " Mnrt Oat,
P M. G , but on returning to his
rooms at Mr. Boardman's resi
dence, about oight o'clock, he
found tho houso invested with a.
largo parly of his friends. Greet
ings from all Bides quickly con
vinced him that tho festivo scone
had only awaited his preseuco to
bo completo. uancing was en
gaged in by tho company in a de
tached pavilion ou tho beautiful
grounds, music being funiished
by tho Kawaihau quintette club.
An intormisBiou was called
aftor a whilo for supper,
this boing composed of roast duck,
salads, sandwiches, ico cream,
cako and coffoo. It was a de
licious repast prepared under the
suporvisios of Mrs. Boardman
with tho assistance of n few other
ladies. A littlo moro dancing
mado tho timo slip nway until
midnight, whon tho party dis
persed with expressions of delight
at having participated in the on
tortainmout. Tho Critorion
nleaBant placo to
Saloon is k
go to and its
groatest attraction is tho pure,
cold Soattlo boor on draught
thoro. It makos ono's mustache
curly and puts now lifo into tho
is? jl b