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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1896.
Pmoz 5 Cents.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day excopt Sunday at.
210 Kinir Street. Honolulu. 3EL I.
cT9iifirrrni'rTrt'V tiatbb. '
Per Month, nnywhoro in tho Ha-
waiinn Islands --. . 8 71b
Per Year. , . d 0i j
Por Yoar, ipostpaid to Araortou, j
Canada, or Mexico 1000'
I'er v-oar, ipompnia, o;uor itormgn
Countrioa in 00,
Paynblo Itivnrlnblr In Advnuuo.
Tetephono 250. P. O. Box 80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
What 'with clinnigro, -coffee
nnd sugar plantations and rice
ns mi ipauo the demand for
plantation 'tools is growing
apace Theclcaring ofcdfiuo
land requires more tools, or us
many, at Jknst as preparing
land for .cane. Every first
class tore -should carry a
stock -thorn but not all of
them da. 'Oars is as complete
in these lines as others, and
there is mothujg in the Hue -of
Plantation Tools as everything
. else yoa knrvr what that
Then there1 f '-tho price. Our
method of ljuyiyg means low
price in adlling. Wo have a
.small profit Hint satisfies us
.and .you. I'&r Hoes, of every
description, Gano Knives;
.Axes, Picks and Handles
urs lis tho place. Wc are
mwpared to fill aoy. order from
a single article to .a hundred
. T. WATEBHOUSE
French Claret !
Hai received a largo .cojwignmout jf
French . Claret Wine
SJST Ei "Miowera." Best Wine in the
Contractor and Builder,
Olllccs mill Stoies tlttcd up nml
Estimates (,'lvcn on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
XST Oillce nml Sliop: No. 010 Fort street,
adjoining W. W. WrlKlit's Carriage Shop.
GRINDING AND SHARPENING OF-ALL KINDS.
Merchant and Itichards Streets.
XV Blwrpens Tools ami Cutting Knlvca,
(Irlnils Surgical Iiistrumunts to Order, File
fiawn, etc., etc. tOl-tf
I. W ATERHOUSfl
4h M fill ill
u -: .-0UFC3 lit gqrid health.
... .ui I'uro iloodf
Ui"cnjili3ns the fcrves,
u Shaipons the Appetite,
fj .'Removes (hat Tired Feeling,
F crd Makes Life Vorth Living.
'S CAUU.S? from liiillwi
I. .'-' , ' ','m-s. or
'XJlP SXVfT Wood, should
CoM f 'ci'i'j 5 It .1 Wcrfd'a Crc:l fcocsWoiit.
iiuiiiu Ayt'i-'s Siii'Mipni'illa Ik proiul
iiiiiit mi tlic wmpiKT, mid ii lilown in
tho jclavmf vuili liultlu.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Ilopublia -of Hawaii.
LEWERS & COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itself nVxmt your Lawn. Travels
.in n straight lino or n circle Stop) autom
atlcally. Sut foi any length of hewo.
Jjy No such Sprinldor hixs ever been
plcosd on the market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & C00KE,
Ikiolii'iu - Cricket - Oliil)
At Tracy's Hall,
To-nigiit, Sept. 12th,
At 730 o'clock y. m.
Ticke, - S1.50.
jagT" Oblainahb from MemborH of tho
Club, the Elite Ito Cream Parlors, or tho
Golden Hula Buzaac. 40Mw
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
There are G Lots at Waiki
ki, lying on the Waikiki side
of Kalia Road for salt, about
11 G feet makai of Waikiki"
Those lots will bo sol'd for
cash or on installment pla.u.
For further particu lars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bothol
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 189G. 384-lm
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exchange
Bring in your bills, they will bo promptly
atteuded to. Tdephouo O.VJj I'. O. Box 430.
m . ....n ..f.i...J u.'atti' f m..
SILVER COINAGE Of 18951
MT.XIOO J.KAn? WITH TWfc.VIV-'
IMIUll MILLION UOLLAHH.
IVur'w work of llm warlfl'n HUut-
l,rnlucttRii l liullmii hii1
Mlint Jtifiunc il It.
From oiliuinl iuformnlion lately
ri'cci(il nt tlio United Kttites
Tri'uaury Dcpnrtiuuut at "Wuah
inutiMi from twenty nno diil'oioiit
eouritrica, the coinnyo ot oilvfr
duriiiK the calendar joar lb'.lfi
amounted iu the aggregnto to
811,072,200. Of thin Bum SKi,
G03,200 waB recoiunge. Deduct
ing this sum from the total coin
age gives tho coinage of Bilver
from now bullion iu 18y!3 as $100,
009,000. Tho country coining tho
largeBt amount of silver in 1895
was Mexico, with a coinngo of
821,832,350; followed closely by
Japan, with a coinage of $23,883,
500; next comes China, with
13iitaiu, $5,821,151; United Sta(c3,
$5,098,000; Aastro Hungary, $5,
299,000; Peru, $4,073,000; ItuBsin,
$3,554,000; Ecuador, $2,500,000;
The silver coiuago executed by
Great Britain during tho year for
hor colonies wbb: For Cnnndn.
I C1 IKftTin. f. TT..1. oonna
000; for BtraitBSettlemontB, $-150,-500
a total of $3,808,130. Franco
coined for lndo China b'0,092,000
in silver, and for Morocco $351,
000. During tho year 1895 the Uuit
ed States recoinod tho largest
amount of silver, viz., $-1,850,000,
followed by Austria-IIungary
with a recoiungo of $3,318,500;
England, $2,100,000; Germany,
$1,820,000; KuBsia, $G42,500; lu
From January 1st toAugust 1,
1895, Uie coinage of Bilver dollars
by tho Mints of tho United States
was $8,502,412, whilo tho coinngo
of silver from 1792 to 1873 aggro
gated $8,051,238 only.
Tho world's product of silver
during tho calendar year 1895 is
estimated to have been $220,000,
000. Tho amount of now bullion
used iu tho coinage so far as is
kuown was $100,0G8,000, and from
reports received from twelve,
couutries tho amount used in. tho
industrial arts was S42,000,000,
while tho exports to tho East
amounted to $37,500,000, making
a total disposition of tho world's
silver product for 1895, bo far bb
kuown, $179,5G9,000, which would
leave $40,430,000 for coinngo and
for use iu the arts by tho coun
tries from which no roports lmvo
Oflicial returns from British
Columbia show that iu 1894 the
aggregate valuo of precious metals
miued in tho province was $1,
000,000, Last yoar tho valuo was
$5,038,000, and this year tho out
put will bo greater, judging from
tho threo months ending J uly 25th,
when the estimated valuo of gold
smelted and shipped was .$1,170,
000. m m m
sialic Iho Mimt l luurncll.
It is tho duty of ovory man to
maka tho moat of hinibolf. "What
over his capacities may bo, ho iB
Biire to find somo placo where ho
can be usoful to liinigolf ami to
others. But ho cannot reach his
highest usefulness without good
health and ho cannot have good
hoalth without puro blood. Tho
blood circulates to ovory organ
and tissue and whon it is puro,
rich and healthy it carrios health
to tho ontiro system, but if it is
iinpuro it scatters disease wher
ovor it flows. Hood's Sarsaparilla
is tho ono truo blood purifier. It
euros salt rheum, scrofula, catorrh,
dyspepsia and rheumatism be
cause thoso diseases havO their
origin in tho blood.
M. A. Pcixoto, proprietor of tho
Uniou barber shop, next to tho
Art Gallery, guarantees to give a
shavo that will mako your hair
curl with joy.
t .., ,t-,-,llt, f. Itr i ynfe.
EVERYBODY PLAY BALL
WILL UK lilt: HULK AT THIS
AIM BnSOOS'X (M.1IF.
UmCIi 'Ioiihin Ilrvliirn Tlicy Arc 2oinir
li '.Vlli I.Htxc Alti'cidaiico t x-
urctcd nt tlic luiuo.
.There are thioo more gauiua ta
play to completo this season's
Bchedulo, viz: Houolulus vs. First
IkCgiiueiits today: Stars Vri. J'it3t
liv5iiu ;.!. uot Htiuirilaj ouil Ilo
noluliin h. Kamehamelias on the
20th . Tho Stni'B are now two games
ahead of tho First Kegimonts, but
if tho latter team cau win today
and next Saturday tho two clubs
will bo oven and a deciding gamo
wilt have to be played. This tho
soldiers have ili'tfrmined to do.
On tho other hand tlic Ilonolulus
say they won't have it that way and
iutoiiu to win todav'ei mime. Baker,
of tho regimontal team, has been
sick and will likely not piny today,
butSimorson has returned from the
other islands ami will be found in
his usual placo. Luahiwa is ou
tho list of players. Ho has a
habit of throwing his but after
striking, which is not only dan
gerous but outirely unnecessary.
Ho should bo mado to stup it or
olso hoavily lined on each occa
siou. A largo attendance is ex
pected at tho frame.
Following aro tho players and
their positions for today's gamo:
Uonolulus. First Begiraents.
Dayton c Cuuha
Meek p Or. Woods
Wodohouse. . ..lb Siiiiorsoii
Lucas 2b .... "W. Woods
Lemon 3b Glcason
Clarko ss Cummins
O. Holt If Luahiwa
E. Holt cf Hanaman
Cupid rf Cnrlyle
DhATii :i. a i. us a iiuvri:R.
Cnjitiilu Itlrhuril llroderlcK l'air
Awuy In Ilrltlkli Columbia.
YiOToniA. (B. 0.), Aug. 31.
Another gap has 'boon mado in
the ranks of tho comparatively
small party of men who in 1858
laid tho foundations of Victoria,
by tho death early this morning
of Richard Brodoriok.
There woro few mon on tho
Pacific Coast better known than
Captain Brodorick. He had been
in activo business life for noarly
half a century. Ho was a native
of Liverpool, England, where ho
was born sixty-iivo years ago. Ho
was first attracted to tho Pacific
Coast by tho Califoruia gold excito
mont. Ho remained in that State
for a number of years. Coming
to Victoria in 1858 ho started tho
first commission and wharfage
business hero, amassing quite a
fortune, which ho afterward lost
in Btoek speculation in San Fran
cisco. Very littlo was Baved out
of tho wrcckjbut Brodoriok was not
to bo daunted and started a skat
ing rink in San Francisco whon
that pastime was booming. Again
ho mado a small fortune, but
seonied unablo to hold it. He also
mado considerable money during
tho construction of tho Canadian
Pacific, which also was lost in
San Francisco. Of lato ho had
been carrying on a stevedoring
business, being principally en
gaged by llithot & Co., a firm
which sprang out of that estab
lished by him iu 1858. Dr.
Brodorick, U. S. N., was a son of
Tlio Iloiiclitnlliwr Ciiao
In tho District Court yestorday
afternoon tlio Iloughtailing liquor
caso was concluded, Judgo do la
Vorguo finding tho defendant
guilty and sentencing him to a
lino of $250 and costs. An ap
peal was at onco takoir to tho Cir
cuit Court and a jury will havo to
settlo tho matter.
Daily Bulletin, 75c. por mouth.
- " u ' ' ' '"K -"'' J"JViH
CRICKET CLUB SMOKER
irf him. in: run i:vi:kt ov
A SplrmlUl Mli-rnry nml Miiilcnl
IViiirrmii 1'riMinrril riio I'mi
Will t'oiiiinriico t.aily. I
Tho committee iu charge of tho
smoking concert of tho Honolulu
Cricket Club which takes placo
tliiii evening havo assured tho
Bulletin that it will be a greater
oucccHS thnti any previous affair
of the kind, and tho excellent and
varied program given bolow is an
assurance that such will be tho
Acceding to genoral request tho
committee havo docided to com
mence tho entertainment at 5:1)0
sharp, and thoro will bo
no long delays between
tho numbers. Chedter Doyle,
who has lately been as careful of
his voice as Madamo Patti, and
has been saving it up especially
for this occasion, will bo heard at
his best. J. F. Scott will convulse
his hearers with now comia songs,
Bob Scott -will give several of his
specialties and a host of other
volunteers will contribute to tho
Following is the corroded pro
Orcrture Prof Berger
Q'initetto l'ocilic Tcnnin Chil)
Song "Woman in Dlaoli". ... O A Doylo
Zitticr Solo 'I heo Wolfo
Song "Knocked 'tin iu tho Old Kent
JtoatV' M Brash
English Concertina Tom Walker
Kt-cttnUon l'rol Hob Hcott
Song J F Scott
Legerdemain Joseph Marsdon
0 crluro Prof Bercor
Song "Good lllieiu Wiuo". . W Thompson
Song Prof D.b Scott
Zither Solo Theo Wolfo
Specialties Mr Patten
Soiic "I Mustn't Do Anything
Wrong" O A iioylo
Becitation Geo ItobiiiBOU
Song W Coollio
How to Make Creamed Mmhroomi.
Drain off tho liquor from tho mush
rooms nnd placo iu n bowl to bo Ubcd
for tho sauce. Plnco on tho flro in a
Rranito pan a tablcspoonful of butter.
Heat felowly and add u tablcspoonful of
flour. Stir until they nro blended, bnt
not sufficient boat to brown, and gradu
ally add tho liquor from tho mushrooms
nnd enough cream to mako n thin sauce.
Into this turn tho mushrooms, Reason
with salt nnd when thoroughly hot
servo on 8qnarcs of toast.
How to do Old XJnon.
Tablecloths that nro much worn iu
tho center will often havo edges that
nro really stout and strong enough to
mako napkins that will provo amply
good to .find their way next fall into tho
children's school lunch baskets. Tho
school lunch basket, it is well known,
is a fatal spot to placo n nnpkin that is
tho least valuable.
Tho towels with much worn centers
mnko excellent wash cloths, and, if
doubled and bound with tape, udmirablo
eating bibs for tho small boys and girls
of tho family. Tho old towol wash
cloths aro much better minus hems,
deep overcasting nnd linen floss being
u moro comfortablo finish for tho edges.
Hemstitching on linen is such a
dainty modo of finishing tablo linen
that tho neat housewifo is over proud to
havo her very best tablecloths and nap
kins thus finished. A dozen damask
napkins to bo hemstitched will furnish
tho nicest kind of "pick up" work
when ono is away ou ouo's summor va
cation. now to Mnko Hose Jan.
Pnt a Inycr of petals of any fragrant
variety of roso in tho bottom of a jar.
Ou this scatter somo coarso salt. Cover
tho jar closely and put in tho sun. Next
day add another layer of roso leaves nnd
salt. Oontinuo this until you havo as
much material ns desired, then add cin
namon, orrisroot, cloves nnd other frag
rant spices or perfumes. Mix tho wholu
well and keep tlio jar closed.
Mrs. Hanna has rofittod her
millinery parlors in a very pleas
ing manner and the largo stock of
dainty hats which sho received on
tho last Australia sots thorn off
nicoly. It iB a raro opportunity
to get fall hats and bonnets at
-'"ffl'liiii A ItiaWau' iWrlli
ON THE SUGAR INDUSTRY
ADVlXMUl to vim USITEn
statin rito.n I'lioTEcriow.
To Proiliico tlio m nil lit of fnjj"'
" Imported Xcarly 1000
I'HCtorle V till 1.1 lo ltOfiilreil.
The annual consnuiplion of
sugar iu tho United Slates is now,
in round numbers, 2,100,000 tons,
uhich is about sixty five pounds per
capita, hiih tho San Francisco
Chroniclo. Of tho total consump
tion wo produce a littlo over 350,
000 tons, leaving nearly 1,800,000
to bo imported. Wo pay annually
over S108,000,000 for foroigu ougar
and $20,000,000 for domestic.
From authentic sources we
gather tho following, which shows
what advantages would accruo to
this country if tho Republican
policy ol protecting the sugar in
dustry were permanently opera
tive, tho figures being iu round
numbers and tho estimator based
upon tho homo production, for
eign production and consumption
in mo last year oi tuo iuciviniey
To produce the amount of sugar
now imported would 'require 920
factories with a capacity of 350
tons of beets each for ovory work
ing day of twenty-four hours.
Each factory would work up tho
product of 2000 acres of sugar
beets and tho 920 factories would
utilize tho product of 1,800,000
acres. At an average of ton tons
of sugar beets por aoro this would
equal 18,UUu,U(0 tons of beets,
which would be tho amount ot
beets necessary to produce tho
sugar now imported. Tho total
numbor of men employed in tho
factories and in tho beet fields
would represent a population of
about 2,500,000 people.
Tho averagocost of construction
of each factory having a capacity
of 350 tons is $100,000, or for 920
factories $3G8,000,000,wh ich would
bo distributed among our machine
shops and the building trades.
Sinco 90 por cent of nearly all our
fabrics represents labor it would
follow that $331,200,000 would go
directly into tlio hands of mechan
ics and of laborers.
Tho annual oxpoudituro for
materials and factory expenses,
iucludini; labor would amount to
over $120,000,000, of which $30,
000,000 would no to farmers for
beots. Jt would seem that all
classes of people should give their
hoarty support to a proposition
that is based upon bo much good
common business senso.
I'OI.ICi: COt'lIT IHVI'IKIlS.
KnltlnliR iot Tliri'e Yvhih lor Lar
ceny Iu tlio Nrcotiil Degree.
Tho time of tho District Court
was taken up this morning with
tho trial at Kailipaka for tho
laicony of Mrs. J. F. Hackf eld's
gold watch, which resulted in his
conviction. The defendant, hav
ing been previously convicted of
a similar offonso, was sontonced
to three years of hard labor bjr
Judgo do la Vorguo.
Vong Siug Kiau pleaded guilty
of violating tlio school law in not
sending a child to school. Sou
tonco was BiiBpended.
Sevoral other casos woro put
off to futuro dates.
Exiled to u Leper' lale.
Captain Droyfus, tlio Fronoh
oflicor charged with treason and
oxiled, lives, says tho Homo Jour
nal, ou Dovil's island. It was
formerly inhabited by lopors, who
raised poultry, which tlioy sold to
tho hospital. Thoso lopors woro
removed to tho Island Maroni to
mako room for Droyfus, and a.
houBO was built for tho six officials
who guard the spy, and who livo
thoro with their families. As for
tho food of tho prisoner himsolf,
it costs oxaotlv as much as that of
oaoh of tho jailors or overseers
about 25 couts a day.
Mini mi tin ifKJfitifi'liifiii'nl