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HONOLULU, U. I., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1896. PmoR 5 Cents. H
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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B. L FINNEY, Manager.
What with ennaigro, coflbo
and sugar plantitions and rico
as an isauo the demand for
plantation tools is growing
apace. The clearing of coffee
land requires more tools, or as
many, at least as preparing
land for cane. Every first-
clas- atore should carry a
stock of them but not all of
them do. Ours is as complete
in these lines as others, and
there is nothing in the line of
Plantation Toolo ns everything
olse jrou know what that
Th'oti there's tho price. Our
method of buying means low
price in selling. "Wo have a
small profit that satisfies us
and you. For Hoes, of every
description, Cane Knives,
Axes, Picks and Handles
ours is tho place. Wo aro
prepared to fill any ordor frum
a single article to a hundred
! T WATERUflilfiF
Rotail Their . . .
. ' . Large Stock
At Wholesale Prices!
Wiwi...i , . yy -l4i vi . l
4 Specialties THIS WEEK
SHIRTING ...a SHEETING
QUILTS and TABLE
SERGES and LAWNS,
SILK RIBBONS, Em
A TERRIBLE CASE OF
?Iro. K. Wj-ntt, of Tort lUmrt, ffnt
Hlinliurili, fco. A 11 t 1 ill In, wrllc of
tlm nl rnmtillnn nf Iirr HUlo diuicll
U", nlii40 inirlvuH Oio aim Hcndat
"Mv daughter was nfllieted with
TCivi'iim of tin' most nujrravnted
Tie. TlmdisiMSo llrsl, appeared in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
begun to f.ill out, and in spite of
tho best mediral advice anil treat
ment she grew steadily w or.se. Tho
sores were- full of matter and wero
oxtreniely olTensie. Her eyes be
came. atVeeted, and she was, in truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
wero very swnpathetie and took
great interest in tho ease. They
persuaded ino to trv Ayer's Saisa
jmrilht. and I am most thankful to
bo able to .say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health. She has now as
good 11 head of hair is anyone could
wish, her eyes arc perfectly well,
and she is a'liue girl or eight years
with every prospect of growing ui
to bo u strong and healthy woman."
SolJ Keiitls a! tlia World's Chlel Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Hole Agcuts for tho lJeimblio of Hawaii.
lloves ittioll about your Lawn. Tiftvcls
In n straight lino or circlo Stops imtoiii
nticnlly. det tor any length of hoso.
i"V No Biioh Sprinkler hns ovor Iicju
placed on tho uiurUot bcfoic.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
There are fi Lots at Waiki
ki, lying on tho Waikiki side
of Kalia Road for sale, about
11 G feet makai of Vaikiki
Those lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
g For further particulars
WILLIAM C. AC1II,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 1890. 384-lm
H. UACKFELD & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION ' AGENTS,
Cor. Fort and Queen Strcots, Honolulu.
A GREAT IHtfENTION ,
TlicnnnTiiniirnrft,iiijnS!i! n. -rn nr in m n -l-innrn ur 1 11 tnn nminn l Iftr'.mc nn; H..rto mnrn TIIC nunr M
1 Hh i':?K s nr.iiHX 1: niu iPittv.y ) i. i h h an i nil. i iiv -k wo k. i ::i :n: uiii'W.vc i;iii hii-in ( ii.nc.n itir iia.-r ..i
1 ilk I vn 1 v. uuuk uuiili m 1 uvii 11 u nil ulu i miil.ii urintiui V 1.11'viti (.iwiunvi. uuluuiiii ;. yi.i; 1 . - .. v ij
muxAxriY wixs Tin: imiii.
nii.vi'si'i:.v: inut i:vririENcs.
:ii.) rxlillilllon ol Cillon NoWtl.ir.v oh
Aru:ry .S(jiiurc!oi himik nutl
rCnll - 'lo Jtlvot".
A lurgb urtmber of people vis- j
itcd the drill groauda bat night to !
Mitnogg tlto looy lonkod Prjf Bbifl (
.. .,1 f,,-ki,j'i.' . ,
ijp'i'iV" drill Ix't'Tccu tlto vol 11 n-
t.vr coinjiufii 'ypi l-..il 1 1 'vu
stiotclieil around tL pnmdo
grouada proper nnd noldiors woro
on duty to kctp tht crowd from
encronchiug ou tho rosorved
President Dole, nttondod by
Colouol Sopor, JMajors Pottor,
McLeod and J. "W. Jonos, and
Captains J. W. Pratt, II. E. Coop
or, Schfiofei nnd Zicglcr, with a
number of promiucnt peoplo, oc
cupied scats in front of tlto drill
Tho judges bulcctt'd for Hie oc
casion woio Col. J. 11. lusher, X.
G.ll., Cnplnin Apploton of 15os
tou, nnd Lnsign Stnnwortb of tho
U. S. S. AdnmB. A cash prize of
8100 front Provident Dolo was tho
obiuct of (ho contest.
An olnborato program of exor
cises lmd been pi escribed for tho
tsst of oflicioney. Formiug nnd
dispersing, manual of arms, load
ing and firing standing, kneeling
aud lying marching in different
forinaMojiT and times, and changes
of formation 011 Ihu iuaich, a vari
ety of skirmishing tactics, dcploy
I ing, rallying and assembling,
I weio in general tlio sum of tun
Prioiity of drill was determined
by lot in tho order of G, 1), A nnd
C companies., .Wiiil'i Oo. G v. no
on tho Held n drizKlhii! ruin be
gun to fall, tlirentouing to dampen
tho ypiiitH of tho inihtiu nud de
btroy tho plciisuro of tho specta
tors. Tho sky soon cleared up,
however, nud beautiful drilling
At7:-10 Co. G, tho nnlivo Tin
wniian compmiy, under command
of Capt. John if. Ken, marchd
out of the drill shed and wheeled
into lino facitiL' tho roviewiii"
stnnd. Its movenu-ut was so
precise and soldierly that cheoia
from nil sides broke out at its np
penrnnco. After saluting tho
President with "present nrms,"
Capt. Ken reported to tho judges
two commissioned nnd sovon
non commissioned nnd thirty on
listed men. Then tho drill pro
ceeded, all tho commands requir
ing to emanate from tho captain,
lhe company was applauded
ngnin nud again, llrroivs that
had to bo marked by tho judges
included tho30 inndo by lha otli
cers in commanding. But very
fow flaws woro dibcovoiublo by
any but technical critics. Tho
alignment nud tinio kopt by tho
111011 in matching weio perfect.
Thoir mnaunl of arms was beauti
fully executed, indeed could hard
ly ho excelled, and thoir volley
firing was in ecellent unison.
As tho company inarched back
into tho shed, amidst cheoring on
all sides, tho remark bued all
around, "They've got tho prize."
Capt. Charles McCarthy thou
led Co. D forth, choomV by
frionds on tho ninrgin of tho pa
rade gtoiind. Ifo roported 0110
captain, two liontonants, tour ser
geants and twonly-sovon privates.
At tho outset tho company made
somo errors that woro apparent to
tho ordinary observer. Thoro was
a dash about thoir movements,
however, and a businessliko ring
to tho captain's tone of command,
which noon captured tho popular
admiration. Tho evolutions woro
smartly performed and tho more
difficult movomonts executed with
neatness and piocisiou. 13oforo
tho drill was half ovor, tho stock
of D had gone up materially.
Only tho professional oyo and
ear could detect tho major portion
of tho errors judicially noted.
Continued on Jtlh Jtye.
rn im.iss (inrctticiss tiiij
i..iNrtu p-.-hi.- aav.
ttctpott 3li. tllnInnii M I'rlul "nrli
ttirr In lllltiert .iiil-;'m
I.ltNrtt Lnnj. In Itoiioliilu.
Charis IJotclin-?s, n fiimilior
figure jn "PrintorB' Jvow," m
t strcot tued romtWiir
led. di9i fin morin'iur.
iJ ' v. l to bii.i r 'Jiwr nftir
ninny jfenrs of suffering fioni
variotia afffctions, cancer striking
into his neck coming as tho final
cuuse. Ho was a untivo of Ver
mont nnd (55 years of ngo. Ilo
leaves r tnolhr in .St. Louis, Mo.,
and n sis'or in or ucar Toledo, 0
Chnrles llolcli'viso has lived in
Honolulu -mice ISGo. liobort
Grifvo.Hie veteran master printer,
and "Chin lie," ns he wns famili
arly called, worked togethor ns
journeymen thnt and somo suc
ceeding years. When Mr. Grieve
bought tho Gazetto in 18S0 ho
kept Mr. UotcLkiss on, and hns
iiven him employment almost
ever sinco, up to tho tinio of his i
lnbt illness. Tho man hns been
nn invalid for two-thirds of his
residence in those islnnds. 1
Mr. ilotchkiss was hero before 1
ho camo to stay, taking n cruiso
in the Pacific ou n merchant shin, i
llo wont to linker's island, wheto
tho ship was wrecked. From
thou ci' ho sailed for llowland's J
iblninl. but tho vessel dritted 1
past the island iu tho uight, '
bringing up at Apiang in the Gil-
bert gioup. At that plnco l'ov. I
Hirnm Bingham of Honolulu was
ongnged in printing tho jN'cw Tob- j
tument with 11 plant he had down
ihevo. Ilnvi'-.f; dit'icullies with
t!io work, lie secured tho assistnnco
of Mr. Hotehkius, by means of ;
which tho work was satisfactorily
lesidence, who all know him nud
over had 11 plensnnt greeting for
tho fiiendly old soul that h wns.
While n grent render Mr. Ilotch
kiss was not a superficial ono, ho
vorsal and local interest
Tlio funeral will take place at
3:110 this afternoon from tho un
dertaking parlors of H. II. Willi
ams ou Borotatiia street.
TO.TIO IS HOW'S 1IVLL UA.Hi:.
Will III I m: Out Iu 11 Non
Considerable interest is being
manifested iu tomorrow's ballgnmo
between the Kamohamohas nud
Stars. This is partly accounted
for by tho near appronch of tho
end of tho eeason and tho inten
tion ot tho Stars to introduce two
new players. Tho Stars will havo
tho following nine in the field
Wildor II., catcher.
Willis, 1st baso.
Bliss, 2d baso.
Lishiuan, lid base.
Wildor W., shorlbtop.
Boss, loft field.
Woods, contor fiold.
llart, right fiold.
In caso of accidents thoy will
have tlio following substitutes to
draw on: Wodohouso, Pryco,
Carter, Conradt nnd McNicoll.
The Kamohamohas will probab
ly play tho same men as last
King Bros, latest consignment
of picture frames has taken tho
town by storm. The designs aro
olegant, up-to-dnto and of tho
uccpnipii.he.l. Mr. nnd Mrs. T n ' jj,,,,,; u ,f j,oyd 1 s
LiughH.uhaveahynyshndannlo- B , ao Bo()h y .,, iT
hn for tho old printer since thnt onnvjJ!(1 j.'o,,, uolslJr w, Black
'""ChaHie" ,ns well liked by nil ' VVT1iTZ
the local typographical frater ity, j "'o e'cSt 1 ' fig
ulso by nowspauor nion of Jour .T ' T . , r Tr n ,,' wpuf
having stored his nnd with a., , , .-,..' ,, u- , K.
1 7 1 r 1 c i- tondvkChr, Cowan Win, C abbe
largo iund of varied information. ,, i J ,N , ' T , , f, ' n i
ti b 11 ... . . ... C li, Carter .J U.Jr, t'onper C B.
He could converse with infel 1-, y, ' , ,, ,,, , T 'ti;,,1, n t
, Camnboll Chas J. Collins C H.
pmiico upon many topics 01 11111- T . rn...,- rm m.:i
.V.!!S 'Olf TllOHi: WHO HAVB JllllflB Vl 1! I i:i( lUU'ItJRS UJ'iHK .i
HKJ-M) Till: 1MJ IIIO.V. R fll.MTI. ' 'ftj'1
ITviulier ill iTin .i u-l-lnliui'. nottiu-ll
of Rlufo mill I'riiiiiliicnl (Iiiiorn-
isn-nl OlSioitiln In llii' I l-t.
Tho petition which hns been in
uircnlutiou for some dnyB past,
supporting tlio application of Mv.
T. E. Krouso for a license to sell
wines and liquors at tho propo-icd
Waikiki Hotel, is filling up rapid
ly. The list is still open, and up
to ditto benrs tho following names.
In tho list of signers will bo
found the names of six out of tho
eight members of tho Legislature
from this island, ten out of tho
fifteen nioinbors of the Council of
Siato and fifty-fcix Government
Tho petition reads us follows:
Honolulu, A"S- 2l 18!3B
To Jamus A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior:
"Ve, tho undersigned, residents
nnd tax-payors of Honolulu, bo
lioviug that tho tinio has fully
como to lcgnlizo tho salo of spiri
tuous liquors at Waikiki bunch,
respectfully petition that 11 license
for that purpose bo gianted to
some respectable party who will
provide lirst-clnss hotel nnd bnth
' ing accommodations for tho
1 public in that locality.
Abe.1 .J 1- C, Atkinson Alatau T,
Austin li Z, Armitngn It, Auer
bach F B, Auerbaoh It L, Allen
S C, Androws Chas, Allen W F,
Anderson 1 W.
Brown Godfrey, Bosse C, Brown
A- Kubey, Bailoy 13 T, Brown A,
BoissoG J, BarnhardtW O, Biuhn
W C, Buckley tlobn, Brasch M,
Bergorson B, Brown Chas L,
Brniis Geo, Bnitltt AV S, Biede
Cnssidy John, ClappC II, Chis
holm Alex, Conk ley .Ino P, Ca
niara J M Jr, Cavcnaugh Geo J,
Clomont C, Cnlhcart B W, Cas
lorn W B, Clark V A, Cowcs
Bobt, Cunningham W M, Cameron
E F, Crane Chas S, Cougdon II,
Cation Bobt, Croighton C, Club
Stables, Clay J F, Coney W II,
Davis Henry, Dwight S C,
Dortch F L, Drnmmond M II,
Doylo Clirstor A, Dayton D li,
Dickey C W, Dias P A, Dilling
ham Goo, Dosky Chas S, Dodd J,
Davis Geo A, Dickorson Chas,
Dowsott J M, Douglas T S, Dow
sott Edward, Dement C B, Dow
II M, Doyle E L, Dimond ,V W,
Dauiels J B, Daak A B, Dowsett
D II, Dosha G L, Downey W.
Eckardt Johannes F, Edings
W S, Euimoluth John, Ellingor
John, Ena John, Eldredgo C II,
Egan J J.
FoMer C M V, Frashor C E,
Finnoy .1, Focko 11, lusher J 11,
Fugerroos V J, Finnoy B L, For
nandos N, Forstor P H, Farns
Graham W M, Garlonborg A,
Golden Rule Bazaar, Gourlay S,
Gibson J B, Gillespie J S, Girdlor
Charles, Gallaghor W J, Gomes J
E, Greono B J,Greono J J, Giiovo
Bobt, Gonsalvos M A, Goodman
Frank, Grossman M E, Girvin
Jas W, Gray C B, Gortz F, Gortz
C, Goar A V, Gates IE E, Gore G
II, Ganzol lfrod.
Harrison Fred, Hamburg J F,
llamm C von, Hopkins Edw,
llopp Jfc Co, Hitchcock Eil W,
Humphries A S, Horrick C F,
Howard Honry W, Harris Geo S
Jr, Holmes 11, llumbuig Aug,
Con(i)iufd ou 5lh Page.
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ti. niiiuri t 11., iiuyii 11 11.
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l!iiKllti One In Attiulriii-
Judge Cnit'f hay rendered a
decision, dismissing tho libel of
Marcus B. Cnlburu on the strand
ed bark Gainsborough. He re
law b tlio eiroumst.uicosof tho case
already well known to readers o
tho Bulletin', and thus concludes:
"Thoro is no merit in the claim.
Tho libollant probably acted in
good faith under hi3 mistaken
notion of tho law. Thoro was no
danger in doing that which was
done, to wit, boarding tho vessel.
No advantage could como from
tho watch placed on boaid. It
wns not for the benefit of tho pro
potty, but to retain his supposed ,
hold on tho vessel and enrgq.
"Tho vessol was not a derelict
and tho libollant was not author
ized or entitled to lako posstssion
of hor under the circumstances.
Tho vosbol and enrgo wero sub
ject to the orders of .the inustor,
and the polico under such induc
tions took rightful posposiion. ir
respective of the rights ot the de
partment to take possession under
"In conclusion I will quote
fiom tho ease of the Champion
decided by tho High Court of
Admiralty of England inlSG3,that
'it v.ould bo a dangerous doctrine
and ono quito unfounded iu law,
that whoie the actual possession
of tho ship is by tho true ownor
intermitted tho first coiner may
seizo possession and nay, "lam sal
vor in possession of the vessel,
and 1 will havo charge." '
"Tho libel ib dismissed." V. It.
Castlo and A. Ilosa for libollant;
Kinney it Ballon for claimants.
flollili) i.iitl Ili-reUliy.
Dr. Louis llobinsou some years
ngo by watching babies and their
ways came to tho conclusion, not
that thoy hail in them a dabh of
old Adam, but that tlio root-mo-live
of their nrtionn wont back
much further still; in other words,
that they had within them n
strong fctraiu of tho i.'al old origi
nal monkoy from which I hoy wero
descended. Why elbo should n
uow-born child hold on bo vigor
ously to a walking btick as to
allow itself by Uio grip of ita tiny
hands to bo raised up aud swung
clear ot tno oeu on which it lay r
Clearly tho i.ew-born iufitut, un
civilized as yet by Boapand water,
clothes, and baby bottles, thought
itself again a little monk?y, hwing
iug by a branch in its native for
est! So fertilo a scientific imagi
nation as that of Dr. Bobiuson
clearly could not end, as it had
begun, iu describing tho vugnriee
of babios. Working ou the aamo
linos, ho now tells us iu tho Na
tional Jtevuw why it is that wo
crave for holidays and change. It
is a most rospectablo craving, does
not go half back so far as mon
koys, and in fact, originates from
tho habits developed during that
long period in man's history when
ho wns a nomadic creaturo alwaya
on tho wander. In thoso days
man's lifo was ono of constant
chaugo; nud tho moro monotonous
man's lifo is now, tho more does
ho tond, when tho occasiou arises
to spring back with a rebound to
tho habits of a formor btnto, . pi
which whatovor the hardships of
his lot, at least ho had change qC
bcono. Tho Hospital.
Tho dosultory cannonading that
rovorborates on tho city front to
day is not from enginery of war,
but is a saluto of humming ami
booming industry. It comes from
explosions accompanied by a ball
ot firo, about ouco a minute, out
ot tho orifico of an escape pipo to
a gas engino at tho National Iron
A orks, Quoon stroet.
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