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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day oxcopt Sunday nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
For Month, nnywhoro in tho Hn-
wallnn Islands 8 7'
For Year. A '!)
for Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
For Year, postpaid, ether Foreign
Countries 13 00
Tnynblo Invariably lu Advauoo.
Telephone 250. F. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manage
You've heard us say that
ours is a department store in
many ways. We do not sell
furniture but wo sell nearly
everything else for use in the
house. Nor does our business
stop tli ere; wo sell everything
required iu putting up a fraiuo
house except the lumber, so
that with the exception of ono
or two articles.
If you havo built your home
and need nrticlcs in hardware
for trimming, ours is tho store
to get them. If you contem
plate building you will need a
hundred different articles in
shelf hardware; ours is tho
place to get thetn in the best
quality at lowest rates.
Our stock of shelf hardware
is complete in every detail.
.There's not a thing omitted
for which there is a call and
the goods are bought by us
so we may sell thorn cheap
and at a profit.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Retail Their . . .
. Large Stock
.At Wholesale Prices!
1 Specialties THIS WEEK
. SHIRTING ..a SHEETING
"Quilts and table
" SERGES and LAWNS,
I SILK RIBBONS, Etc.
Blood -Purifying Effect
Mr. Clinrlr SJrplicnuoti, a noUAnnirn
ltnllwny r.inployo nt Knlnpol, Now
Zenlnml, writes I
"About ten years ago, while, en
Bagcd in shunting, my foot caught
between tho rails, and my leg wa3
fractured below tho knee. It healed
in timo, but 1 havo been troubled
over since with swollen veins, and
havo been obliged, at limes, to wear
a bandage. About a year ago it be
came much worse, and I feared I
should bo obliged to give up my
work. A friend advised mo to try
Aycr's Sarsaparllla. I did so, and
after taking four bottles tho swell
ing disappeared, and I havo not
boon troubled with it ainco."
Cold Medals at the World' Chlet Exqptlllons.
AYER'S PILLS for Biliousness
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole AgontB for tho llepublio ot Hawaii.
LEVER3 & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itself About your Lawn. Travels
in a Htraigbt lino or a circle Stops autom
atically. Sot for any length of hoso.
KIT No Buch Sprinkler has evor been
placed ou tho market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
FortStroet, ... - Telophono20.
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
There ore G Lots at Waiki
ki, lying on the Waikiki side
of Kalia Iload for sale, ahout
11 0 feet makai of Waikiki
Those lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
E For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 189G. 384-lra
H. HACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Oor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
COMPI,KTK NUMiTIAHV OV THfc
WOtlLU'S CimilKNT KVKNTS.
Tim I'rcalitetitliil Caiiilinluu-Culi t nul
Crrto-Tlircnlcneil Wnr Itctuocn Ita
ly niul llruzll.
TUB IKKMlDi:XTIAI, t'A.ll 1'AKl.V.
Pennsylvania gold Btnudnrd
Domocrats ropudiato the Chicago
platform aud nominees, praise
Clovolnud's administration aud !
insist on a now tiokot.
Thomas Roed delivered a power
ful Bpuech to an immense audi
onco in a grove at Old Orchard,
Maino. ''It seemed liko tho old
dayB of James Q. Blaine," -wires a
McKinley's letter of acceptance
was to bo issued Wednesday even
ing of last week, having boon de
layed a few hours by an unex
pected visit to the chief by Hobart.
The vice presidential candidate
says McKinloy's lotter is beauti-
ful, Bplondid, goes into every
thing, leaves nothing untouched.
Thomas O. Piatt, tho Republio
an boss of New York, refused tho
nomination for Governor.
The American Bimetallic Uni
on has issued an address urging
tho friend b of bimetallism to or
ganize, as "the great contest iB
now on, and it can only bo settled
ut tho polls."
Bryan is talking his way
through Now York in a very tak
ing manner. At Albany he was
tho guest of Senator aud Mrs.
Hill. At Kingston ho said that
tho Republicans were pledged to
secure bimetallism and against
tho continuance of tho Binglo gold
standard. They Bay that bimetal
lism is a good tiling if -we can on
ly got it. If bimetallism is a
thing to be desired, who shull say
that the American peoplo shall bo
denied its bonoiits until foreign
nations confer those benefits on
tho American peoplo?
Hokn Smith, Socrotary of the
Intorior, resigned from the
Cabinet because ho decided to
support Bryan and Sowall. Presi
dent Cl3veland selected David R.
Francis, ex Governor of Missouri,
in his stead.
Charles S. Hamliu, assistant
secretary of tho Treasury, address
ed the gold Democrats of Massa
chusetts at Boston. Ho praised
Cleveland's administration and
said, "Whatever distress thoro ex
ists you may lest assured that a
return to prosperity will como
whon this silver agitation has
Tho gold Democrats of Kansas
in convention want anothor ticket.
Tho Republicans of Idaho are
hopelessly split, and the silvor
onos will support Bryan doctors.
Oregon Democrats havo sur
rendered to tho PopulistB, accept
ing Watson instead of Sowall.
Henry Watterson, tho famous
KontucUy editor, is mentioned as
a possibility for tho gold Demo
cratic nomination for Presidont.
Li nnng Chang would airive
in Now York last Saturday.
Japaneso havo driven out Chi
nese as grape pickers in Fresno
Electrical storms with cloud
bursts havo boen tho order of
weather in California for August.
An ordinance to prohibit tho
oponing of storos on Sunday was
dofoated in tho Lob Angeles oity
Bill Doolin, a noted outlaw and
fugitive from jail, was killed by
Oklahoma officers, ono of whom
was wounded in tho fight.
Gold amounting to 81,375,000
was taken from tho Bank of Eng
land on Tuesday for America.
More was to go forward during
Ontonagon, Miohignn, popula
tion 2000, has hardly a house
standing from a firo on August
25. Loss Sl.500,000. Tho plant
of tho Diamond Match Co. and
00,000,000 feet o its lumber wore
Jim Corbolt has dropped Brady
as manager and will manago him
self, lie has warmly declined a
proposition from Snn Francisco
to allow Sharkey to light Fitzsim
mons heforo tho match with him
self 16 finished.
The marriage of Miss Gortrudo
Vawlerbilt, oldest daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Oornnliua Vauder
liilr, to Horry Payuo Whituoy,
occurrei at tho Breakers, Mrs.
VandorbiU'a palatial summer
homo at Ochro Point, Newport,
on August 25.
The Yorktown has just arrived
at Yokohama from Chemulpo via
Nagasaki, and will remain thoro
Bomo timo to tako on much-needed
ropairs. Sho will probably bo
tho next of tho Chinese ileet to
como homo. Tho Olympia is in
Northern Japan, tho Detroit at
Chomulpo, the Boston at Cheofoo
and tho Machias at Yokohama.
A rumor has reached San Fran
cisco that the old paddlo-wheel
waibhip Monocacy had been sunk
by anearthquako or landslide at
Tientsin, China. No confirmation
of tho rumor could be obtainod.
Tho cruiser Brooklyn averaged
nearly 21 knots an hour on a
KNIOHT8 OF ViTHUH.
Tho Supremo Lodge, Knights
of Pythias, mot at Cleveland,
Ohio, August 25. Tho parade waB
pronounced by all those who par
ticipated tho liuest over given at a
biennial encampment. The lino
of march wus nbout fivo miles loug
and tho streets throughout woro
nil crowded with people. Thoro
wero -1500 men in lino. Thoro
were twenty -ono bands of 152
pieces and a numborof floats sym
bolic of tho order lout boauty to
Tho big lenses which Alvan
Chirk of Cambridge, Mass., has
made for vtho University of Chica
go's mammoth Yerkes telescope
havo been finished for eonio timo,
and will probably bo shipped to
their destination this fall. Tho
lenses are tho largest iu tho
world, being forty inches in dia
meter, whilo thoso of tho groat
Lick glass, which is tho largest at
presout set up, are thirty-six
inches in diameter.
CltOSS CONTINENT WHEEL ItAOE.
A transcontinental bicycle relay
raco, from San Francisco to Now
York, started from Market street
at noon oh Tuesday. It is undor
tho joint auopicos of a bicycle
manufactory and tho San Fran
cisco Examiner and tho New York
Journal. Tho first day's record
was astonishingly good. Sacra
mento, 133 miles away, was reach
ed iu 8 hours and 27 minutes.
M. Ribot, ox-Proraior of Franco,
has sailed for America.
Dr. Nansen is said to havo a
notion to try for tho South Polo
boforo returning to tho Arotio.
A Frenchman has launched a
steamship of 280 tons, which
runs on three pairs of hollow
wheels having a diamoter of 32
Tho British tramp stoamer Mol
dava, Capt. BurnBide, struck an
iceberg in midocean and Bank.
AH hands woro picked up in their
lifeboats by tho steamer Circassia.
It is believed that a Cabinet
critis has been averted in Ger
many. This result is partly
attributed to tho Emperor's de
cision in favor of having a bill
introduced for reform of criminal
procedure, in tho army.
Tho botrothal of Quoou Wilhol
miua of .tho Netherlands to
Princo Bernard of Saxo-Weimar
will bo announced in Septombor.
Queon AVilholmiua will bo 1G
years of ago on August 31st, and
Princo Bernard was 18 years old
on April 18th last.
The Fronoh newspapers are
making things very unpleasant
Continued on ,'ith Page.
HALF A MILLION DOLLARS!
TO II : INVF.STM) IN A HOTEL
AT BANS NOUCI.
A ITlHiitiiiotti Ournvaimii) nn the
Il.'uvli it l'liimictl bj- tint OcCHiifc I
Every ono has hoard of tho
boautiful Hotel del Moutoat Mon
terey, owned by tho Southern
Pacific Railway Company, nud
tho mammoth Hotel Coronado,
owned by tho Spreekels' family,
at Coronado beach near San Die
go, but vory fow iu Honolulu
know that a similar establishment
5b likely to bo built at Saus Souci
in tho near future.
A3 near as tho Bulletin can
learn, tho projectors of tho now
enterprise aro tho Oceanic Steam
ship Company, Gus Spreekels, A.
G. Hawes and, possibly, Win. G.
Irwiu. It is designed to erect at
tho Wailuki beach at bans souci.
a mammoth hotel to cost at least
half a million dollars, and to bo
equal in size and gonoral appear
ance to the onos at Del Monte and
Coronado, aud tho work is to bo
commonced as soon as tho plans
can bo gotton in readiness.
In addition to tho SanB So
uci proporty, tho property
owned by Mr. Spreokols adjoin
ing is to bo acquired and util
ized. It iB also reported that tho
projectors of tho outerpriao have
Becured an option on a portion of
Vm. G. Irwin's place on the Ewa
side of Saus Souci. Thoso three
properties together mako about
fifteon acres, which will bo none
The Sans Souci property is
owned by A. G. Hawes, who iB
tho father of Mrs. F. M. Hatch,
wifo of tho Hawaiian Ministor to
Washington. Mr. Hawes was
formerly Sail Francisco agent of
tho New York Life Insurance.
Company but was lately trans
ferred to Loudon. Ho wns re
cently in San Francisco with Mr.
Hatch, and as a result of that
visit cortaiu deeds woro recorded
horo on August 20th last by which
tho Sans Souci property now
Btands in tho solo name of A. G.
Georgo Lycurgus, who has a
loaso on tho Saus Souci premises,
was interviowod iu relation to the
hotel proposition this morning
nnd acknowledged that such an
enterprise was undor way. Ho
waa uuablo to givo auy further
particulars than thoso above men
tioned. Questioned nbout his
leaso, ho said that would not
cut any figure in tho matter. His
leaso of tho property nt Suns
Souci had about two yoars yot to
run, but he had already been ap
proached on behalf of tho projec
tors of the now hotel nnd had
consorted either to sell or give up
tho leaBO when possession was
wanted upon terms which woro
most satisfactory to him.
Mr. Lycurgus thinkB that tho
now hotol is tho outcomo of tho
olTorts niado by Mr. Stetson, tho
tourist agent of tho Oceanic and
other lines, to securo moro tourist
attractions at Honolulu. Ho says
that Saus Souci has beou sull't
ciontly woll ad vertised throughout
tho world by tho writings of Ro
bert Louis Stovonson and others,
and all that is neodod now is a
first-class hotol. Mr. Lycurgus
says that most of tho tourists who
put up at Sans Souoi aro sent
there by Mr. Stetson and that ho
had over twenty of the Coptic's
through passengers staying thero
Thero is a handsome piece of
proporty, 70x100 foot, on tho cor
nor Prospect and Haokfold BtroetB.
It is all fenced roady for building
aud water pipes aro laid on. En
quiro of H. M. Dow.
King Bros, latest consignment
of pioturo frames has tnkon tho
town by storm. Tho designs aro
ologant, up-to-dato and of tho
FELL A HUNDRED FEET
COM, I'M: 11' VMCV.H MAI.t,OON
Trniczp Would Not Work on Ac-
count of Wot .Mnniro Tree Nxd
tlio Actonniit' l.lle.
James V Price, tho aeronaut
and proprietor of tho Hawaiian
circus, returned from Maui on tho
stoamor Hall yestorday, in a rath
er battered condition. Ho adver
tised an ascout at Wailukuon Sat
urday last. Fifteen minutes be
fore tho timo to tako a journey to
cloudland, ho discovered that thore
was a small and seemingly incon
sequential ront in hits balloon..
Nothing daunted, Mr. Price pro
posed to mako tho ascent and tako
his chances. His balloon filled,
fairly well and at nbout six p. m.
tho cry of "lot go!" was given, nnd
tho celebrated explorer into tho
ompyrcau grasped his trapezo bar
and tho dangerous journey began.
xsoining Happened until a
height of nbout 130 feet was
reached, whon tho immenso bag,
filled with hot air. burst with a
loud report, entirely collapsing
instnntoueously. With rnrd
presenco of mind Prof. Price cut
away his parachute, which, on
account of tho dnmpness, it being
raining nt tho time, did not open.
Tho aeronaut shot liko an arrow
to tho ground.
Thoro is no doubt that death
would havo resulted but for tho
fact that ho lauded in n largo,
thickly folioged mango tree in W.
M. Robinson the tax collector's
yard. The branches broko hie
fall, so that with the oxcoption of
a vory much Bwollon oye nud a
fow minor bruises on his fnoo,,
Mr. Prico is as sound, physically,
Hi speaks in tho highest terms
of Dr. Armitago's kindness nnd '
prompt action after hie fall.
That gentleman did nil in his
power to assist him aud probably
saved Prico from tho loss of nn
Mr. Prico is nbout town today
again. Tho balloon can bo repair
ed nt trilling expense
l'ITZU:ilAI.I OS TItlAI..
I'or Axtiuilt Willi n Ocmlly vrupnu
on I'ullci'iiiiiii Ah l'it.
In tho polico court this morn
ing tho oxnmiuntion of Arthur
Fitzgerald on the chargo of shoot
ing policoinau Ah Fat with a.
riilo iu connection witli the recent
robbery of tho Tramways Com
pany's office wns comraoncod.
W. H. Pain waB tho first wit
ness called and the dofouso strenu
ously objected to tho admission of
nny testimony relating to tho rob
bory. Tho Court overruled, tho
objection, however, and Mr. Pain
then detailed tho circumstances of
tho robbery nnd his subsequent
efforts to find tho money.
Ho wus followed by Miss Potor
bou and Miss Mary Harbottlo who
testifiod to tho finding of a portion
of tho money in tho Peterson
Btablo. Robert Parker and Ah
Fat, tho wounded policeman, fol
lowed with tostimony bearing di
rectly on tho shooting, and at noon
a recess was taken until this after
noon. At 1:30 p. in. Judgo do la
Vorgno, Deputy Attorney Gen
oral Dolo, Deputy Marshal Hitch
cock, Attornoy Croighton and tho
defendant, dotootivo Kanpn, tho
wounded policeman and othors
nil took hacks and wero drivon to
tho scono of the shooting.
Tho Criterion Saloon is a
pleasant placo to go to nnd ita
greatoat attraction is tho pure,
cold Soattlo beer on draught
thero. It makes one's mustache
curly and puts now lifo into tho
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