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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 5, 1896. 5 x V
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
ANOTHER AIR SHIP TRIED
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Baseball at 3:30.
Ohaa. M. Cooke roturnecl by the
Australia this morning.
W.W.Dimond offers onsytormB
for gotting a Jowol stove.
Senator Baldwin is booked to.
leave for the CoaBt on tbo Aus
tralia. Tlio Kinau brought 112 cabin
passenger and 131 on deck yes
terday. Tho reception by the officers of
tho Adams yesterday was a society
V. M. Swanky and family wore
among tho arrivals on this morn
Mr. P. II. Dodgo will lead tho
prniao sorvice at tho Y. M. 0. A.
Frank Wilbuitou will havo solo
charge of tho Bulletin circuln
tion from this dato.
Tho Honolulu night school re
opens on Monday ovoning at tho
.Fort street school house.
James Campbell says ho will
seo tho trial of "Winthrop out if
ho stays in San Francisco a year.
,v il Regular monthly meeting of
m II tho Pioueor Building and Loan
' 3? u Association on Monday ovoning.
? Tho IvamB and Stars play
.f" ngaiuBt each other for tho last
time in tho present series this
Dr. F. It. Day has been ap-
Eointed a member of tho Board of
ontal Examiners for threo yonrs
from Septombor 1st.
Rev. D. P. Birnio and wife, Dr.
Cochrane and wite, Captain Al
bortis and tho Misses Atkinson
and Porry havo returned from tho
Tho necessary deeds, making
tho exchango of Kapiolani Park
property between tho Govommont
and "Wm. G. Irwiu, authorized by
tho lato Legislature, havo beon
mado and recorded.
An cpitomo of the origin of tho
Roman Cntholic and Protectant
churches will bo given by Rev. T.
D. Garvin at tho Christian church
5n Sunday ovoning. Tho subject
will bo illustrated by chart.
P. O'Sullivan has boon installed
ns a dispenser of Seattle brow and
other liquids at tho Criterion.
"Pete" is a veteran export mixolo
gist, as woll as ono of tho popular
fire fighters of anto-bollum days.
Rev. S. S. Palmer, who has
boon officiating at Contral Union
church during Pastor Birnio's va
cation, will preach at both ser
vices tomorrow. Ho loaves for
tho Coast on Wednesday's
"When Vladivostok is made a
commercial port the Russians
will bo likely to try thoir hand at
transpacific steamship enterprises.
It begins to be plain that tho Pa
cific is an ocoan with a future. S.
AVhilo a horso was wandering
round in tho yard of Petor High
on Punchbowl street yesterday, lie
suddenly foil through the cover
ing of a hidden pit. Tho holo
was deep onough to hide tho
animal from view, but ho was got
ten out without much trouble.
Tho Delineator for September is
tho fiuest number yot issued of
thin great fashion magazine. It
is tho Herald of Autumn Styles, and
contains no less than nine beauti
ful colored plates of fashions and
railinory in lithograph, half-tono
nnd oleograph effects. Nothing
like it has ever boon attempted
boforo, and at its subscription
prico of 81.G0 por year it is mora
fahau ever a marvol. Subscriptions
received at Mits. Hanna's.
Tho Australia brought down
nnothor big lot of Frodoricksburg
boor for tho Anchor. In connec
tion with tho boor, which is tho
finest on earth, Mr. Cunningham,
assisted by Mr. Simpson, is offer
ing his patrons tho best that tho
market affords in tho way of a
free lunch. Billy hns also got a
lot of curios; among them is tho
only snake in tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. It is not a boa constrictor,
largo enough to swallow an ox
wliolo, but 18 just as much of an
attraction. Go to tho Anchor, oat
tho lunch, drink the beer and
look at tho original serpent (hie,)
DRIFTED SNOW FLO UK
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
AsL l'imr (tracer Fur It.
UNION FEND 00., Sole Agents.
JPItOPEtMMl I.MUSOVN IIHI K1TT
It llo.c Nix lltludrctl rod, Carrjlnir
n Dummy Mnu riiou the
Ntrlnir Nun plied.
Poktland Mo., August 20.
Charles H. LamBon porformed a
feat hero today, practically de
monstrating that a largo airship
or kite capable of carrying a man
can bo floated successfully and
steadily. Ho raised his ship with
a dummy man on it GOO feet. Tho
retaining rope broke when tho
ship was at that altitude. Had it
not been for this bicak Mr. Lam
son would havo sout up a man to
navigate, his ship.
As it was, W. A. Eddy of Bay
onno,N.Y., au authority on norial
oxporimonts, declared that Lam
eon's achievement was tho great
est stop toward solving tho pro
blem of aerial navigation of tho
ago. Two records, at all events,
Lamson made. Ho flow tho larg
est kito or airship over floated; ho
carried by means of this kito the
heaviest weight to tho greatest ul
titudo on rocord.
Tho kite, when in tho air, ro
somblcs two largo oblong boxes
parallol to each other and attach
ed to each othor in tho middle. It
took fifteen men to carry tho Bhip
into tho flold from which it was to
bo sent up. Tho retaining cord
was a largo braided window cord,
tested to a pull of GIN) pounds.
This was mado fast to a hugo reel,
aud four mon attoudod to it.
About 400 feot of ropo was run
out along tho ground, and at a
signal from Mr. Lamson tho ship
was roleased. It quivered a
momont and thon steadily roso
skyward. Seated on tho car of
tho ship was a dummy weighted
to 150 pounds. Tho ship cairied
it without any porcoptiblo jar.
It roso to an altitude of GOO foot
and was rising steadily whon with
a sudden gust of wind snap wont
tho rope, showing what a tro
mondous pressure was brought
upon it by tho soaring of tho ship.
Tho Bhip floated out half a niilo
and descended as easily and
gracefully ae it went up. Had a
man been in tho car he would not
have been harmed in the slightest.
Mr. Lamson built his airship
aftor Hargravo's general plan, but
added improvements of his own
to inako it raoro manageable in
tho enlarged form. In tlm first
place, tho rear coIIb wore hinged
on pivots near tho con tor so their
angle of inclination with reference
to tho wind aud to ono another
can bo changed at will.
The passenger, by manipulat
ing a lever, can keop the airship
on nn oven kool, make it rise or
fall, and direct its course in com
ine down. Tho latoral steoring
can bo accomplished by changing
tho weight to cither sido of tho
coutor, tho aerial vessol then
turning toward tho sido whore tho
weight iB greatest.
Eaoh pair of wingB is liko those
of a bird. They nro also ribbed
foro and aft, and covered bo tho
stream of air can havo its full lift
ing effect, following tho curve
from front to rear, and provonting
all shaking or flapping of tho
Mr. LnmBon's plan of jointing
noroplanos or aorocurvos makesit
muoli oasior to float tho great kito
than by Hargravo's plan.
ICVTK FIELD'S KSTATK.
A Collector Appointed to Take
Clmrue ol Her Llleil
"Washington, August 27. Tho
olleota of tho lato Miss Kato Field
aro in tho possession of tho United
States Consul-General ut Hono
lulu. Thoreforo a demand was
recently mado on tho Seoretary of
State for tho will of tho docoased,
belioved to be among her ofl'ectp.
The department ruled, howeor,
that tho Cousul-Gonoral shall
only bo ordered to muko a Boaich,
and if u will is found to make a
copy of it, but, this being insuffi
cient in administration, Judge
Cox in tho Probato Court to-day
appointed George Riddle of Bos
ton, Mass., collector of tho estate.
Fiesh, frothy, foaming and
filling, thirst satisfying and life
saving. This is tho Entorpriso
boor at the Merchant's Ex
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Here is atrutn you should
know. A truth ,for tho
weary mind. If you take
you will drop off to restful
lumber tho minuto your
bend touches tho pillow. It
quiets tho nerves, rounds the
form, builds, braces and lifts
tho body nnd brain from
weakness to power. It gives
youthful vigor. Insist on
having Pabst's "Best" Tonic.
For salo by tho bottle,
dozen or cask (8 dozon) by
rriAt. MioniiMj ai'i::av.
Continued from 1st Page.
puo, both being on horseback.
Whon tho attack was made on
thorn the streot was filled with ex
cited Portuguese, men, women
and children. The two mon wore
Burrouuded by tho Portuguese,
who beut them with sticks aud
tried to drag thorn from their
hoises. Ono Portuguooo mounted
on a white lioibo was conspicuous
aB a lendor. Pupno was the fir&t
assaulted by Paxeco and was iu
immiuont danger when Kaapuni
fired the first shot This stiuck
Paxeco in tho breast and ho
dropped. Tho Portugueso seem
ed to become more excited thanovor
at tho firing and again attacked
tho officer. IIo fired a second shot
which struck another Portugueso
on tho 8houldor, cutting a holo
through hiB coat but not injuring
him. Ho fired another shot nt
tho man on tho white horso but
missed him. Tho Portugueso
then scattered in all directions.
Pupuo is detained at tho police
station until tho affair has beon
investigated. His back is a mass
of bruises from tho effects of tho
beating he received and the stones
thrown at him. Kaapuni iB also
kept at tho station house.
It would appoar that tho two
mon were lucky to escape with
their lives, as tho street was block
ed with thoir assailants. Most of
tho Portugueso in tho neighbor
hood acknowledge that they woro
present during the affray but, of
coursp, deny taking any part in it.
At 1 o'clock tho wounded man
was still alive.
I'rom 1. . Jonei.
E. A. Jones told a Bulletin
roporter this morning, that hiB
fathor had hold a confoiouco with
cortain New York financiers con
corning tho now Hawaiian bonds
and they woro to givo him a deci
sive answer in tho matter within
ten days. There is no truth in
tho report that P. O. Jones had
gone to England, nt least as far as
E. A. Jonos knows.
H. M. Dow, of tho Marshal's
office, nnd a purty of friends will
leave in tho yacht Rescue this
afternoon for Pearl City lochs, re
turning tomorrow. Charles
Croighton Buggosts that as tho
yacht has no coutorboard it would
bo a good idea to tako along a
Captain Campbell mado tho
rounds of tho businoss houses
tliia morning and collected S415
iu two hours towards tho prizos
for ltegatta day evonti. Curtis
Iaukea andJJ. A. Uasaiugor, who
aro interviewing govommont offi
cials on tho same mattor,oxpoct to
collect at least 8300.
PltOllMIL.Y A CWAIll).
Umnor of n I'lnit to Annex Hnwnll
or Ucrtliron Itn I'ri'Mcnt
E. C. Mnofarlano and F. W.
Mncfurlano uro nt tho California
Hotol, liming arrived yostenlny
in the City from Honolulu. In
quit y was nuido of thr-m last
cvpning concerning a rumor thnt
Minister Willis, who recontly
visited tho United States, was
ompouotud to outer into negotia
tions for uiihtr Ihwaiiun iinm-x.i-ti"ii
or a monarchical form of
Govermnoiit witli Kniulaui on the
tliunjo, or an Atnorioin protootor
ato, tho clioico of oithor form of
government to bo left to a voto
of tho pcopld.
This rumor is interesting, but
noithor of tho Mofsrs. luncfarluno
has any knowledge concerning it,
or if ho I) us ho refuses to discloso
it. Neither would ho intorviowod
Inst night, nor could any response
bo sreurod to o question concern
ing tho subject-mutter which waB
written upon a Blip of papor nnd
sont in. Tho gouoral impression
is tint the rumor is only a
canurd. Tho Cull.
Marshal Brown is expected on
the Claudiuo tomorrow.
TUB Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Foil THK ABOVE TOUT ON
Wc.inesilny, Sept. Dtli,
AT 4 O'CLOCK 1 M.
Tho iiiirtorHli-iieil nro uow prepared to
issno Through Tickets (rum this City to all
pointti iu the Umtod Statos.
if'For further particulars regarding
TroigUt or l'linbuge, upply to
Wit. G. IRWIN & Co., L'd,
309 -It General Afionts.
PER S. S. "AUSTEALIA."
II. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
F. H. REDMRD,
Contractor and Builder.
Ofllces and Stores lit ltd up aud
Estimates ncn on
ALL KINDS OF WOTtK.
Z5T Olllcc ond hnyi: No. (110 Fort street,
adjoining V. W. WilKlit'u Carriage Shop.
Building Lot for Sale.
Ono Do.siralilo Hullcling Lot, sltuato on
the comer of Kefanmoku nml Wilder ftve
nuo, i-WxlfiO. Water laid on untl troes
planted. Will lie sold iu wliolo or iu lota iih
For terms, eta., nnnlv to
W. W. nAlUlIB,
At Lower Ic Cooke,
nonolulu, Sont. 1, I8')0 393 lw
Mu. Fiiank Wiliiuktok will havo toll
charge of the Bulletin Circulation De
partment from this dte.
1 B. L. FINNEY,
Honolulu. Sept. 1, lS'JO. 400-lw
Oil nnd nfU'r Tucsdnx, Heptciiibor 1st,
Dr. Wiusnu nillbv ut Or lltrbtrt's olllco,
Alnkea etrect, until Dr. Herbert' return.
Ollleu hour from 'J to 11 u. m., 1 to A and 7
toSp.m. Tcloplionu til. SllitteluplioneJ4C.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
In dolicnto shades, silk lustro, just tho thing for ovoning
droBsos, only 20 cents a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In Bolid colors, Bulphur, pink, black nnd yollow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
a pioco, containing 1G yards and gunranttod to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most comploto, Victoria and Persian liwn, dimities
in stripos and plaids, nanpookM, mulls, swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and Rtrippd whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OE EASHION
Fino Whito Musliu in open work. Ho itltliul Patterns.
A great stock of ........
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BST "Wo expect within ton days a groat and now stock of
D & CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
finest Corset mado. . .
We Are Mnw ttrmn
Selling a Special
Mado to Homody tho Defects
Ex "Australia," an invoico of tho Favorite
Severe : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Feather Dusters,
Brushes in Grit Variety, Shelf Hardware,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
A 16 to 1 Shot!
Old Prices Busted I
New Ones Prevail 1
S3. 50, $4.00.
I. LEVIMSTON, - - - Manager,
Wnverley Block, Hotel Street.
S Shirts Made to Order.
wv j.- wa u w"uw ,' ' fW
of Thoso Formerly Used Hero.
Take an Outing
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leavo nt 9:15 a. m.
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
let Clnee 2d CIbm
Pearl City $ 75 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
For Sale or Lease
House and I-iot!
On the corner of Victoria and Green
t:fT Apply to
3S-M( ANTIIMt HAimiBON.
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