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Vol. II. No. 402.
HONOLULU, H, I., TUESDAY,' SEPTEMBER 8, 1896.
PmoE 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Snndny nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
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Pnyablo Invarlablr la Advanoe.
Idlephono 25a P. O. Box 89.
B.J.. FINNEY, Manager.
J J. I WATERHOUS
What with canaigre, coffee
and -sugar plantations and rice
as an issuo 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
class store 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 lino of
Plantation Tools as everything
' w else you know what that
Then there's the price. Our
method of buying means low
prico in soiling. We havo a
small profit that satisfies us
and you. For Hoes, of every
description, Cane Knives,
Axes, Picks and Handles
ours is tho place. We are
prepared to fill any order from
a singlo article to a hundred
J. T. WATERHOUSE
. . . Large Stock
At Wholesale Prices!
Specialties THIS WEEK
SHIRTING d SHEETING
QUILTS and TABLE
SERGES and LAWNS,
SILK RIBBONS, Em
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Keeps tho scalp
cool, moist, healthy,
and free from dan-
druff. It in tho
boat dressing in
tho world, and U
'llioso desiring to
Tctalu tho youthful
appearance of tho
.-pi hair to
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'M .- l
Lxttffi' v a n ced
Lriii n ti n it lil
ycr's Hall Vigor.
Celt! Medzlt at the World's Great Exposition.
J"Ir" llo ire nf clicap lmftMlon. The nam
Awr U itniitUiicitt on tho wrapi-tr, uutl U
Dunn hi Ilia Kino u( uu.li Wile.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Aeonts for tho Itopablio ot Hawaii.
LEWERS & GOOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itsolf about jour Lawn. Travels
in a straight line or a circle 8 tops Autom
atically. Set for any length of hose.
E3?" No such Sprinkler has over been
placed on tho markot before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
Thero nro 6 Lots at Waiki
ki, lying on the Waikiki side
of Kalia Road for sale, about
11 G feet makai of Waikiki
Thoso lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
K"" Eor further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethol
St., near King.
Aug. 18. 189G. 384-lm
French Claret !
Has recoivoil a largo consignment of
Frenoh v Claret . Wine
Ex "Miowcra." Best Wine in the
The Beretania Street
Will bo oponeil by
WEDNESDAY, Sept 0th, 1800. 40L3t
TURKEY OR MOSQUITO?
now the uovs uor kven with
A Prnrilcnt .Tohc Tlnil ffm I'lsycit on
tlie Popnlnr ltlntcr of a
There is a certain popular cap
taiu of tho move-hunt murine who,
din givo ard take a joko aH well
as nnyono. It is not necossary to
givo his numo because everybody
knows liiin, and liis ship was in
port not over a thousand years
On his last voyugo from Sun
Francisco ho hud three or four
young roon as passengers whoso
people aro well connected in Sau
Francisco. Tho boys are full of
life and fairly well to do and came
down hero for tho express purpose
of having u good timo. It is
needless to Bay they had it. They
had beon acquainted with the
master of the vessel for a num
ber of years, and he just outdid
himself on tho voyage down to
mako things pleasant for thorn.
For instance, ho told them a num
ber of yarns about our climate,
tho people hero, hulas and othor
things; in othor words ho filled
them up completely with all sorts
of stories manufactured for tho oc
casion. Among othor things ho told
them thero wore no mosquitos here,
that all stories to the contrary
wore made up by other ship cap
tains just to doludo confiding pas
sengers. Tho ono burden of his
song all tho way down was that
thoro wore no mosquitos in Ho
nolulu and never had boon. Ho
told this so ofton that the boys
finally believed it.
When they compared notes tho
morning aftor their arrival hero
and bathed their faces with Pond's
oxtract," whisky and other ronie
dies, ono and all vowed to got oven
on that ship captain, but were
careful never to say a word about
mosquitos in his hearing.
A few evenings afterwards tho
captain invited them on board his
bark to dinnor, end tho boys de
termined that their opportunity
had arrived. Thoy wont on
board at tho appointed hour,
surreptitiously taking along a
lively young turkey whioh was
smuggled op board without tho
gonial captain's knowledge. After
dinner tho usual feast of rcusou
and flow of soul followed. Some
of the captain's good old Scotch
whisky flowed also, and it waB
part of tho plot to induce tho
usually abstemious captain to
take a little more than was good
for him. This was done and at a
late hour the party broke up and
bado the jovial host good night.
They did not leavo tho ship,
however, but carefully removed
their shoes on dook. In a short
timo the jolly old captain was fast
asleep in his cabin and the oppor
tunity the boys had been waiting
for was at hand. Caro
fully the door of tho cabin waB
oponed and the turkey, which had
been given what was left of a bot
tlo of old Scotch to mako him livo
ly, was turned loose in tho cabin
and tho door all but olosud again.
In a few seconds tho turkey be
came accustomed to tho darkuoss
of tho cabin and commenced to
mako himself at home, while tho
boys started a buzzing noiso
through tho door. Tho turkoy
passed pretty close to tho captain's
ear three or four times and tho
Blumboror brushed it aside mur
muring, "Damn those mosquitos."
Whon tho turkey finally lit on tho
captain's noso ho woke up and sat
up in bed while the turkoy took
up a positionon tho footrail. Tho
captain, rubbing his oyos, glared
at tho turkoy, and the turkoy
glared at tho captain, and it was
hard to toll which of the two was
most scared. Finally tho captain
got his secoud wind aud callod out
"Steward! steward ! thero's a vam
pire or something in my room.
Corao and take it away." Through
tho door camo tho answors of tho
boys who could contain themselvos
no longer. "Got out, captain, that
ain't a vamping that's a mosquito,"
cried aim, wlnlo auolhor added:
''Poor man, Iio'b got 'etn agaiu. Ho
don't know tho difference betwoon
a turkoy and a mosquito." This
was kept up until the captain was
thoroughly awnko and saw tho
joke. There was nothing left for
him to do but to npon anothor
bottle, which was dono on tho
spot. Tho captain hud tho turkoy
for dinner noct day and invited
all of the boys to tho feast.
i Somo of the boys wont back in
tho sumo vessel and the chances
aro that the captain will get more
Ihati fvin with them before they
loach Sau Fruncisco.
Conversation is often marked
by moral slovonlinoss. Not only
is thero that kind of talk stained
with dirt which rhido men shnmo
lopsly exhibit, but there are tho
couvoisutioiib iu wiich there is u
covert Ioosouobs, a -loublonoss of
meaning, a hint of that which
ui.ty not bu said with manly
straightforwardness, which hns in
it a certain laxity as far as morl
lectitudo is concerned. There is i
that ready knowledge of every
body's misdeeds, as of their
humbler relations, which people
dispenso, somo with glittering
mischief in their oyes, others
with confiding dt-tnuroneBS "so
dreadful, you know!" only it
happens that they do not know,
and are only rotmling a Ho which
they havo proonrod from somo
dealer in that infamous article;
hinting e. way a man's or a
woman's character, and proving
that thoy havo none of their own.
And thero aro people who are
slovenly in their religious ob
servances, who havo untidy
luindi ai d negligont manners
when they profess to bolievo that
they aro offering them8ulvo8 in
worship to Almighty God; who
in church drejni or sleep or
chatter or fidget with tho leaves
of a book or tho ciso of thoir
watch, or meander among tho
capricious suggestions of the
moment. Good Words.
rir.Ncmtowii niTCii amain.
Euitou Evenino Bulletin:
Somo time has elapsed since men
tion was mado of tho state of
Prospect street in geuoral and its
man-trap bridges in particular.
Thoso paid to interest themselves
have had ample time to rub thoir
eyes, yot no apparent action has
been taken in the matter. As was
shown by tho heavy shower which
"good Andrew Brown" sent us
last Sunday evoning, and in fact
ovory shower of like naturo
during tho past throe years, the
ditch is at present usoless, and tho
road absolutely dangorouB, for
whilst during tho height of the
storm there was no water to bo
seen in tho ditch, tho shod from
the unimproved parts of tho slopes
was flowing down tho middlo of
tho road. If tho street were to bo
ordinarily forraod as Wilder
avenue is being dono, the surplus
earth from tho higher portions
used for filling up the cavornB,
and a small surface gutter formed
on the mauka side to protoot the
stroot, not only would a xospecta
blu and civilized appearance bo
given to ono of the finest drives
about Honolulu, but an immiuent
source of dangor to tho public
removed. Anotiieii Kicker.
For Wuriti Wcntlicr.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany utilizes its advertising space
today to call attontion to Alaska
ico chests aud refrigerators, gem
ice-cream freezers, rubbor hoso
and iron bath tubs, all of which
aro very necessary articles in
Tho Criterion Saloon is a
plensant placo to go to and its
greatest attraction is tho pure,
cold Seattle boor on draught
thoro. It makos ono's imiBtache
curly and puts now life into the
1 failing consumptive.
MORE ABOUT DIRECTORY
IIUNTi:i UIVLS A KKIIAHII WITH
Iloillly f'rlMiliix frmil i liriiin JIiii.
Errnra In Niii" Nrw Slrt
Number Xol In It.
Every statement mado in this
paper's provious iBsuo regarding
Tlusted's Diroclory will be amply
i verified. Some comment on tho
I descriptivo matter will bo found
I in tho editorial columns. A com
I parison of their latest work with
' thoir old Directory of the year
181)1, will show that a great
deal haB boon copied bodily
and Thrum's Annual used for tho
remainder. If tho pooplo of Ha
waii are willing to accopta rehash
overy two yoars of Mr. Hustcd's
work and pay their hard coin for
it, well nnd good. If not, read tho
criticisms that will appear from
day to day in this paper. Tho
work will bo proven to bo full of
typographical errors, also many
names will bo found to have boon
Tho publisher of the Hawaiian
Directory (Mr. FinnoyJ is willing
to admit that no direotory over
published was absolutely cor
rect, hut tho glaring mistakes
that appear in Husted's aro
inexcusable- -except for Mr.
Husted, who is always in a
hurry to complcto his work as
soon as possiblo regardless of a
correct compilation of nameB.
Whon tho Hawaiian peoplo or
tourists want detailed historical
information in rogard to this
country, tuey uou t consult a
directory, but Becuro works pro
pared specially by suoh men rb
T. G. Thrum, H..M. Whitney and
oinors, who nro iiiorouguiy
familiar with tho needs of this
country in that respoct.AVhat you
want is a directory of names and
this Finney's Hawaiian Directory
will endeavor to give.
Husted's Directory has all the
old numbers in. This alone makes
tho work absolutely useless, as
tho old numbers havo
beon taken down from tho
King street bridge to Waikiki
turn, and tho Waterfront to
School street. Tho now numbors,
especially of tho business Iioubos,
will be insortod in Finney's Ha
waiian Directory. It will bo out
whon promised, about the 1st of
October. Tho work will not bo
hurried and tho publisher hopes
to avoid tho many typographical
and other errors that appear in
Ono word more. What do tho
pooplo of this country want with
a map of Honolulu printed in
1892? Still, Mr. Hustod may
think that tho Hawaiian peoplo
aro not up to date enough to know
tho difference. Finney's Directo
ry will havo maps of tho wholo
group, Honolulu and the soparato
islands, prepared regardless of
cost expressly for that publica
tion. Ilcltl to Auiwer fur Murder.
In tho District Court this morn
ing, Kaapuui, who shot and killed
J. Q. Paxeco on Saturday last,
was arraigned on tho charge of
murder in tho first dogroo, in that
ho did with doliborato premeditat
ed malice aforothought and with
out authority, justification or ex
tenuation shoot and kill tho
said Paxeco. Tho defondant waiv
ed a preliminary hearing and tho
court committed him for trial bo
fore tho Oirouit Court without
' ! 111 I I I
Kroogor Pianos, swootost in tone,
JaB.W. 13orgBtrom, boIo agent, cash
or installments. Wnrerooms at
G. West's, Masonic Templo. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. B"' Tolo-
A. J. Dorhy, D.D.S., Doutal
office Cottage No. 100, Alakoa
stroot, tolephono No. G15. Office
hours 9 A.m. to '1 p.m.
BISHOP MUSEUM TROSTEES
PllKNIDKNT IIOI.U ANI NCOItf-TAItT
iiol.tiks tiii: Ni:URranERN.
Contempt Admitted by N.itlo
LlllKKiit Varlon Mftlleri
Judge Cartor has signed an or
der approving tho compromise ano
settlement mado by tho trustees
of tho estato of tho late J. G. Hay
seldeu with tho widow and chil
dren, whereby theso receivo $2809.--43
in full satisfaction of (hoir
claims, that amount being $1500
moro than was found to bo duo
them by a decision of Judge Whit
ing. S. Kauhano, creditor, petitions.
for lettors of administration to
himsolf on tho estato of tho Into
Paolo, valued at &500.
Judge Porry larft Thursday
hoard tho Bishop Estato bill for
the reformation of a trust, and"
took the matter undor conBidora-
tion. Today ho nunonncetVi
that' ho would sign a decree iinrip'- .-'
cordauco with-tho prayer of tjio
petition. This will add two mem
bers to tho prosont Board of Trus
tees of tho Bishop Estato, to con
stitute tho Trustees of tho Bcrnico
P. Bishop Museum, it having beer
judicially ascertained that tho
Bishop Trust could not legally,
control aud manago that institu- "'
tion under Uio late Mrs. Bishop's1
will. President Dolo and Honry
Holmos, who has beon acting sec
retary of the Estate, aro tbo new
trustees, tho outiro Board being:
Charles II. Bishop, Sawoel Af,
Damon, Charles M. Hydo, CharlcB
M. Cooko, Joseph O. Carter, Son-v
ford B. Dolo and HehrjHolmerc
At tho' previous hoaring-Kinney
& Ballon appeared for plaintiffs,
Jjyle A. .Dickey -for tho Attorney
General, cited to represent tho
Government, and Messrs. Damon,
Hydo, Cartor and Holmes -were
presonted. When tho decision was
rendered, Kinney & Ballon wero
tho only representation of any of
Judge Carter baa approved tho
accounts of 0. Bolto,adiuinistrator
of tho estato of S. Louisson, and
ordered his discharge
In J. A. Maguiro vs. P.M. Pa
hukula, the dofendant appeared
beforo Judge Porry yesterday, to
bIiow cause why ho should not bo
punished for contempt, ,in dis
obeying an injunction of the
Court by trespassing on tho
proporty of plaintiff. Defen
dant admitted tho truth ol '
tho charge, but ou . motion ?of
counsel for plaintiff sentence was j
suspended. Thurston for plaintiff;1
Kaneakua for defendant.
Tho two sisters in Scotland nnd
a brother in Hawaii of the late
William Bobs, havo acknowledg
ed receipt from their brother,
Georgo Boss, administrator, of
securities of a par valuo of $2000
aud cash $275.50 each, or one
quarter of the value of tho estato.
Police Court Item.
In tho polico court this morn
ing Chung Gun ploadod guilty of
having opium iu possession and
was fined S50 and costs, -which,
W.Ikuwa was fined $5 and costs
on a conviction for assault and
battory and Ah Hun was fined S3
for a similar offense.
Kailipaka was charged with
larceny for stealing a gold watch
from MrB. J. F. Haokfold, it bo
ing his second offense. Ho plead
ed not guilty and tho caso was set
for trial -u tho 11th.
Owayo and Matsuda, for receiv
ing stolon goods, also pleaded jiot
guilty and will be tried on tho
Frank Fornandos was fined $12
for assaulting a Chinaman.
Jack Thompson, accused of "be
ing found on tho promises of J. It.
Cartor without lawful oxcuso after
midnight, was tried aud a decisio'n