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Vol. II. No. 407.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 189G.
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I J?o Umsrlfr.'n MJ,'u, l
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Sunday nt
210 King Strcot, Honolulu, IL I.
Por Month, nnywhoro In the Ha
waiian Islands 3 7r
Por Year. t m
Por Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, cihor Foreign
Countrioa 13 00
1'uynblo Iuvarlnbly In Advance
Telophono 2C0. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
What with canaigic, cofl'eo
nnd sugar plantations and rice
as an issuo the demand for
plantation tools is growing
npace. The clearing of coffee
land requires more tools, or as
many, nt least as preparing
land for cane. Every first
class store should carry a
stock of thoin but not all of
them do. Ours is as cotnpleto
in these lines as others, and
there is nothing in the lino of
Plantation Tools as everything
else you know what' that
Then there's the price. Our
method of buying means low
price ' iii selling: We have a
small profit that satisfies us
and you. For Hoes, of every
description, Cano Knives,
Axes, Picks and Handles
ours is the place. Wo are
prepared to fill any order from
a single article to a hundred
J. T. WATERHOUSE
French Claret !
lias receivoil n largo consignment of
Prenoh ". Claret v Wine
gjST Ex "Miowcrn." Itot Wino in tlio
Contractor and Builder.
Offices and Stores flttcil up and
Estimates lcn on
ALL KINDS OF WORK.
t3T OIIko and Shop: No. (510 Fort street,
adjoining W. W. Wrist's Carrlogo Shop.
3R1ND1NG AND SHARPENING OF ALL KINDS.
Mcrolmut and HicknrUs StreotH.
15P Suariiens TooU and Cuttlnj; Knives,
(Jrinila Snrckal Inati uincnts to Order, I'llus
Baws, etc , U, -tOJ-tf
Health and Strength
BY THE VEB, QF
Mrs. M. A. Cummins', uf YnrravlUo,
Mdorlii, Auntralla. Siiyoi
"About a year apo, I had a sovcro
attack of Inlliicnn, which left mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or inleiest in life. Obtaining
little or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies rccom
mended to me, I finally tried Aycr's
Sarsaparilla, and from that time,
began to gain health and strength,
I continued tho treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
great pleasure ill telling my friends
of the merits of Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
and tho happy results of its use. I
consider It tho best blood-purifier
Gold Medals at the World's Chief Expoiltlons.
AVCP'Q DM 10 for Constipation
HlCnO riLLO andBlllouonoss..
Sugar-Coatod, Mild but Effoctlvo
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Eepublio of Hawaii.
A. GREAT INVENTION
ie Traveling ,
Moves itself nbont your Lawn. Travels
in a straight lino or a lircla Stops autom
atically. Set fur any length of hose.
T No bhcIi Bpriukler has oer been
placed on tho market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
j There ore G Lots nt Wftiki
ki, lying on tho Wnikiki side
of Knlia Road for sulo, about
11 G feet makiii of Waikiki
Those lots will ho sold for
cash or on installment plan.
fE3? For 'further particular's
' WILLIAM' C.'ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. L8, 189G. 384-lm
Y-MlCA. Evening School
Sept. 21st, ond will continue-
for Two Terms of
13 Weeks Each.
ClaBscs will bo orcnni7( il In llook-kccplnc,
Elimtnlar) and Aclanced blioitlmnd, Typo
wrltlDK. Vocal anil Instrunientnl Music, tlio
Hawaiian LaiiKiiago, Hi-aillntf, Wrltlnu', ott.
All CaBes aru Irtu to niLinbere, to others a
fco of fi will liu cliargcil.
5?" l'nr further iiilonnatlon, lead our
paninlikt or iln up 4 J7, ilUT-lm
WHERE GOfFEE THRIVES
EXPEDITION TO IVAIA3TAK NUMAlt '
Rpinnrlnblr Viiforous Jronlh unci
Heavy llrirlii!-Oiire till (lulclio
Tfumliis '.. Itli llio llLt-rlrn.
Sir. Dilliiiglmin, gener.d Htiper
intoudeut o tlio Ouliu lliiilway
auil Luud Company, invited iep
resontiitives of the local press to
join n party ou a visit to Uie
cofToo plnutiuge of thu AVaianrto
Sugar Company. Tlio rogular
morning exprcsj for AVainuiiu nt
9:15 on Satuiduj. M-satlio appoint
ed train, and saddlo horBOS wore
taken tdong from town for doing
the last stngo of tho excursion.
Thoso forming the party were:
Mr. and Mrs. 13. I Dillingham,
JubUco W. F. Frear, Dr. and
Mrs. A. J. Derby, Miss Charlotto
Erickson, Col. J. H. Fisher, Ed.
Towso of tho Star, W. J. Gallag
her of tho Commercial Journal
and D. Login of tho 13ullutin.
Tho run down was enlivened,
between Ewa mill uud "Wainnae,
with a race between tho trajn autl
sorao big cattle. Sometimes1 tho
engineer would slow down and
again open the throttlo wide, toot
ing tho whistle all tho time, but
tho cattle would not yield tho
right of way until thoy reached
their own switching oft: place,
which was nt nil open spaco about
a mile from whore they woro sight
ed. Tho incident made up to tho
party somewhat (for having to
miss tho bicycle race in tho at'ter
Arriving at AVaiauoo before 11
o'clock tho party were directed to
tho Club restaurant, wliofotuJiiqt
jjsh cnowuer luuou was airjjojwry
with relishable accessories. Tins'
establishment is a crent improve
ment on tho eating houses thnt
visitors used to have to go to or
stay hungry at Waianao. It has
a distinguished looking Japanese
steward and oloaidy and enticing
table settingn. Billiards are avail
able also for whoever wants that
diversion. Nobody wants much
exercise nt Waianao. To keep
co0l there requires mental rather
than bodily exertion.
No time was lost after refresh
ment in mounting. An easy pace
was takon although the devious
lano through tho cane fields is
smooth, because thero being no
breeze the noon atmosphoro fcug
gestod tho minimum of motion to
best secure tho maximum of com
fort. , When an elovajion of say a
couple of hundred feet was reach
ed, and tho wagon road dwin
dled into a winding mountain
trail, a delicious breeze from the
ocean was enjoyed. AVaianae
has some of tho grandest scenery
in the wholo group. Picturesque
it is in a high degree as tho vil
lage is approached by truiu, but
it grows and improves on tho
visitor who rides up into tho
mountainous amphitheaters tho
plural is used advisedly. Emer
ald Seas of sugar cano on ovory
hand, extending ovor widn foitilo
plains and through narrow slop
ing vales between tlio foot hill
spurs, confer beauty upon tho
hcone. Mountain domes and peaks
to tho right and loft, a lofty sor
rnted ridge in front topping per
pondiculur clitTs covered with
verdure, whilo behind old ocean's
sheen is viewed through many
Thick groves of caottts loaded
with fruit aro traversed ns cano
fields drop to tho rear, also jungles
of Ion tan n with its vaViegnted
bloom free from tho brown blow
of dusty roads, whilo beds of lux
uriaut grasses intervening provo
tho soil's fortilily. All tho way
above the sugar cano every eye
was strained to catch tho first
sight of the coffee plantation.
Thoso of tho party who had boon
through Olnn ou Hawaii, with its
great level fields of coffee bushos
in oxact gqomotrjcal rows, woro
looking for 'similar ovidoncea of
whni they, were going out to see.
It was notiintil a strong rail fbneo
stopped progress aud all hands
dismounted, at tho foot of the
highest spurs jutting from tho
bnso of tho vast I'llifs already
montioned,' that any cotToe plants
woro noticed, ltight over the
fonce,iin round pockets cultivated
out of tho grass bodj -were some
young shoot onlv n few days
tnuihpinnted lrom the tiniHiry,
but healthy and piooiibiug in up
ppnrHtice. Mr. OtriMiibi, overseer
of tho coiTt'0 raising for tho com
pnuy, met tho puily hem and con
ducted them through the pluntu
AIM iif'h tin- Htmlinjj j iut of
iurtpc nun was the nio.t convniii
out to the trail, it might have
been iningined as selected so as to
havo the pally giiidually pieparcd
against tho nhoek of surpiise.
From tho newest plantings they
woro conducted by winding pail s
along tho sides of gulches into tho
midst of tho oldest growths.
Ou a hterp Imik opposito
the first ph.cn isited a
gaug was haul at work pre
paring tlio ground for plants. Be
fore many yards woro traveled tlio
party reached bushes oFtwo years
which wore loaded with berries.
Ono lind to look to his goings to
avoid trampling ou the fruit of the
"There's a good two pounds on
that bush," was romarked by one
who had sized up coll'eo bofore.
It was hardly inoro than
fbur feet in height oithor. This,
however, was not tho richest
specimen. Farther along, heavier
laden bushes crowded tho path on
both hands. On many somo of
the berries had reddened, show
ing that tho picking timo was
nigh. The finest sight of all was
at tho middlo of a wooded gulch,
where a uniform' ayuwth of coffee
extended oil botrf4ides to tho
summits of Ufio ridges. It was
rirobably loss than two hundred
not irom verge to verge,
'and it would bo wicked
to ies uo an equal nrea of richer
lruitago tuan v ar iiispiaj ou. vjoi
fee bushes are of a quiet disposi
tion, elso those would have groan
ed under their burden. Brunches
from tho ground to tho top were
studded with thick clusters of
large and ovonly developed bor-rie-".
An nvorngo branch would
havo from 150 to 200 berries, by
actual computation in sovornl
Our conductors lod us up nnd
down othor gulches, having eqpal'
ly good coffeo on either hand.
Hills and hollows aud littlo plat
eaus nro planted with it in various
stages of growth. Hero and there
nursery beds aro viowed, evident
ly cultivated with both knowledge
and experience. Mr. Qtroinba has
a little sisal plauted, of both tho
Fiji and tho Hawaiian varieties,
which is flourishing. Mr, Dilling
hatn thinks that all tho rorio used in
the islands should bo manufactured
at home. It is through remark
ably beautiful scenery that Mr.
Otroraba lortdB us to his mountniu
cottage. Cool and clear wator
gushes from the precipitous rocks
skirting tho winding path, aud
tumbles in little cabcades down
the rocky bod of a mountain
Btream. In places tho path is
seen running straight along the
Bide of n bluff, through
vistas in tho groves of tall and
Btraighl kukui and eucalyptus
trees. An impression is created
of tlio work of a landscape gar
donor. From different joints n
magnificent view is obtained
reaching to the horizon of the
illimitable Pacific, botweon and
ovor knolls and domes rifling like
seutiuols amidst and beyond tho
sugar cano fields. Tho oveiseqr'e
cottage, on a plateau ovor a slop
ing bluff, affordB among tho finest
prospects of tho rogiou. Seated
on tho veranda a yiew such as that
just faintly described is had in
front, whilo on tho loft running
toward tho rear aro tho majestic
cliffs overlooking the forest and
tho coffoo ground. Mr. Otremba
cultivatoB ft groat variety
of flowers and ornamental
plants about his eyrie. Thero
woro clouds rolling over tho
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" ' Gontinubil on Jtlh Paye.
CRICKET CLUB SMOKER
hie mosr nih''ssi'il yet oivkv
IIY IIIE OI.DH. '
tvvry lioilj- 1'njitjotl llio Niliinltil Elf
I trrtnliiiiifiil-'riio t'orrortumx All
t'nciirctl 1'rnlHu for 'iititiil(lcu.
The hall of tho Scottish Thisto
C1iiI,whh woll iillod whoii, Com
missioner Marsdon took tho chair
at tlio Cricket Club's smoking
conceit ou Saturday evoning and
etra chairs had fo be provided
for lato arrivals. In a few well
choson woids Mr. Maisden thank
ed tho club for the honor dono
him in being selected to preside
ovor tin oo out of the-four concorts
heretofore given. He thon called
on Profossor Borgor to opou tho
program with a piano selection.
That popular musician put tho
audience in good humor with
somo vory lively music, after
which Theo. Wolff was called dn
for n zither solo. This was so
woll rendered as to provoke an
oncore, and encores woro tho rule
for ovory number on tho program
afterwards. Mr. Brasch's BougB
wore pleasingly sting and heartily
Professor Bob Scott was down
on tho program for a sketdh,
but it was a long timo
before tho atidiouce would let him
tako his seat. Ho first gavo a
song entitled "I'm a Simple Little
Ostrich and I Know it All,"which
brought dowu tho house. This
was followed by a recitation and
then by another Roug, "And tho
Parrot Said," and still tho audi
euco cried for more, Mr. Scott
finally socured his rolenso by pro
mising to sing iu tho latter part
of the program.
Mr. Cuelho's splendid voice
was heard to advantage in two
native songs and then Ed. Towsc
told of tho various cricket games
he had attended n tho same halj
aud incidentally of his experiences
at Waiauao and other places.
1 George Robinson of San Fran
cisco gave two recitations which
showed his talonts in imitating
tho Italian and Portuguese in
thoir attompts to nmstor tho Eng
l Olio of the successes of tho
oveuiug was tho inimitable man
ner and rich broguo in which W.
II. Patten told somo stories, which,
by the way, had tho additional
morit oE being now. Once on tho
floor Mr. Patten had a hard timo
to get back to his seat, as his au
dience kept calling for ono more
Chester Doyle's song"Bnt I Must
n't Say Any thing Wrong," was w ell
sung and for an encoro ho gavo
"Tho Band Played On." '.'his
ended tho' first part of tho pro
gram. Tho second tmrt was ononed bv
Professor Borgor who played a
number of popular airs ou tho
piano, tho audience joining in
singing tlio words. Thoro was an
other bolo ou tho zither by Mr.
AVolff, somo exhibitions of leger
demain by Mr. Marsdon, n quart
otto by tho Pacific Tennis club
nod more songs and soloctions by
Messrs Doylo, Patten, Braaoh,
Cuolho, Bob Scott and others. Tho
ploceedings finally camo to an
cud by tho singing of "AnTd Lang
Syne" by all present.
It was unanimously agreed 'thnt
Saturday night's smokor waB the
inoBt successful one yot,and lavish
praise was awardod the committee
in ohargo for thoir efforts in get
ting up Buch a fine program.
The Committoo on nrrangq
monts waB composed of M.
Brasqh, F. B. Auorbach and AV.
II. Pain, and on music of O. H.
AV. Norton and AV. Thompson.
A Niuurt Hoy.
Toachor AVhich aro tho princi
pal stars 1
Pupil (an actor's son) Jupiter,
Venus, Saturn, an an John L.
' Sullivan. Brooklyn Eaglo.
TAKEN BY THE REGIMENT
NATUnUtY'M MALI. U l.llt: A PICNIC
f'OIl THE hOI.IIIEIt.
Tlio lloiiululith' .cn 1'Uclicr Wit Not
u MicLL'aM How the 'Co tinx
Ntnml Xim .
There was not ns good an attend
ance in the grand stand as was
expected at Saturday's ball game,
which is to bo regretted, as tho
various teams composing the
league havo had uphill woik this
season, and so far public patron
ago has been vory slim. How- ,
ovor, bottor things nro hoped from
noxt Saturday's game between tho '
First Regiments nnd tho Start."
This will bo tho gnmo of tho sea
son as tho championship is involv
ed. If tho Stars win they will bo
tho champions of this season. If
tho First Regiment win there will
be a tie and a deciding game will
have to bo played.
There is littlo to bo said of laBl
Saturday's game. Meek, tho new
pitcher of tho Honolulu, was a
failure, and was retired early to
mako room for Clarke. Simorson
pitched for the soldiers up to tho
sixth innings when George Woods
took his place. The details of tho
game are given below:
FntsT For the Honolulug
AVodohouse was put out at first;
Clarke ulfo. Lemon took his
base on balls. Lemou was put
out trying to steal second.
For tho Regiment Hansman
took n base on balls nnd stole
second off the next. Simorson
ilow out at first. Hansman was
put out trying to steal third.
Cummins was put out at firstl
Second Dayton was struck
out, Lucas was put out at first,
Ed Holt in ado a base hit and got
bocoud on au overthrow by Cuuba
to first. Chris Holt got in a hit,
that was good for two bases and
Ed Holt camo iu. Cupid failed
to get first.
W. AVoods made first and was
put out at socond. Gleason got
his baso on a hit to lelt field and
got second on nn ovoi throw to(
first by Dayton. Cunha got in a
baso hit and stole socond. Glen- '
son came in on on ovet throw by
Daj ton to third. G. Wooda took
first on a sacrifice hit and Cunha
Bcorod. Woods got to third on
overthrown and camo in on a
passed ball. Carlyle was
put out at first and Lint hi wn got
to third on a drive just insitlo the,
loft foul lino. HuiiBinnn made'
first and brought Lnnhiwn, in.
Hansman stole second and mado
third on Simorson's baso hit.
Cummins was put out nt first.
TillitD -Meek took first on balls
nnd was put, out on AVodohouso's
Wiho hit. Wodohouso was caught
trying to steal socond. Clarke
failed to mako first.
AV. AVoods was struck out, Glea
son failed to roach first, Cunha
got in a two bagger and Gcorgo
Woods' two bugger brought him
home. Woods camo homo on
Carlylo's two baso hit. Luahiwa
was put out at first.
Fouiith Lemon failed to make
first, Dayton struck out and Lucas
irjndo his baso on a drivo to center
and took third on a passed ball
ahd was put out trying to steal
tClarko took the pitchor's box''
and HauBman aud Simorson wero
6truck out and Cummins put out
Firnr Ed. Holt mado first nntl
stole secoud. Ohris Holt ilow out
at loft field and Eddio got to third.
Cfupid's baso hit brought him
home. Cupid stole second and
third and camo homo on Moek's
base hit, Cunha dropping tho ball
at tho homo plate. AYodohonsa
made his baso and prornotod Meek1
to second. Clarke made first but
AVodehouso was put out at second.
Clarko stole Becoud. Lemon's
baso hit brought Clarko home.
Lemon stole socond and third.
Dayton's baso hit brought Lemou
homo. Lucas wis put out at lirBt,
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