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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 189G.
Piuoe 5 Cents,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday nt
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Telophono 2C0. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Blood -Purifying Effect
Sir. Cliarlon Ktrplirnrxin, n welMcnmrn
ICallmty Umplujo at KuIujjoI, Now
Zcalniul, write t
"About ton years ago, whilo en
Raged In shunting, my foot caught
between tho rails, and my leg was
fractured below tho knee It healed
In time, but 1 liavo been troubled
ever since with swollen veins, and
have been obliged, at times, to wear
n bandage. About a year ago it be
came much worse, and I feared I
should bo obliged to give up my
work. A friend advised mo to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I did so, and
after taking four bottles tho swell
ing disappeared, and 1 have not
been troubled with it since."
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Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
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LEWERS & COOKE,
- T" Icplione 20.
LOTS AT WAlrGKI
WOl l SALE.
There are (! Lota nt Wuiki
l;i, lying on the Wuikiki side
of Knliu Road for sale, about
11 G feet makni of Waikiki
Those lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
E3T For further particulars
. ijxnply to
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 189G. , 084-lm
ROLFS FOR BOAT RACES
rito.ii nv-i.wvsor us:: ihmaiian
All A!i. nt riiiliiiir-ltrKriHiir' Suit-
kllliiu Who Arc Mlullilu tn
Kulrr n Itiitp.
Tho following regatta rules and
laws of bout racing aro copied
from the By-Lawn of tho Hawai
ian Rowing Association, for tho
guidance of all participants in tho
events of Regatta Day:
I. hum l Hunt Muring.
1. Thero hIiiiII bo throo Judges
appointed by tho Regatta Com
mittoo to rulo all races in nil
regattas of tho Association.
2. All boat races shall bo start
ed in tho following manner: Tho
Starter, on being satisfied that
tho competitors aro ready, shall
gic the signal to start.
y. If tho Starter considers
thai, start falso ho shall at onco
recall tho boats to thoir. stations,
and hny boats refusing to start
agniu'shall bo disqualified.
4. Any boat not at its post
witbiif ten minutes of tho time
specified shall bo liable to bo dis
qualified by the Judges.
5. Ono of the Judges may uct
as a Starter; whore ho does not bo
act tho Starter shall bo subject to
tho control of tho Judges.
G. Boats shall bo started by
their bofvs, and shall havo com
pleted tjieir courso when tho bows
reach tho finish.
7. Each boat should keep its
own wair throughout tho race,
but may tilopart therefrom at tho
peril of a flpul.
8. A boht's own water is its
straight courfee, parallel with those
of the competing boats, from tho
station assigned to u at mo Biarc
to the finish.
9. Tho Judbes shall bo solo
judges of a boaTs own water and
proper com so during tho race.
10. No fouling -whatever shall
be allowed; tho boatNcommitting
a foul shall bo disqualified.
11. It shall bo considered a
foul when, after tho raco lias com
menced, any competitor, bV his
oar, boat or poison, comes in
contact with tho oar, boat or
person of another competitor.
12. Tho Judge may, during a
raco, caution any competitorwhon
in danger of committing a foul.
13. Tho Judges, when appeal
ed to, shall decido all questions
as to a foul.
14. A claim of a foul must bo
mado to tho Judge or Judges by
tho competitor liimself before
getting out of his boat
15. In caso of a foul the Judges
shall havo tho power (a) to placo
tho boats (except tho boat com
mitting tho foul, which ib disquali
fied) in tho order in which thoy
camo in; (b) to order tho boats
engaged in tho raco, other than
tho boat committing tho foul, to
row over again on tho same or an
other day; (b) to re start tho qua
lified boats from tho placo where
tho foul was committed.
10. Evory boat shall abide by
its accidents, except when, dining
a raco, a boat whilo in its own
water shall bo intorforod with by
any outside boat, tho Judges may
order tho raco lo bo lowed over,
if, in thoir opinion, such inter
ference materially affected its
chauces of winning tho race.
17. No boat shall ho allowed
to accompany a competitor for tho
purpose of directing his courso or
affording him othor assistance.
Tho boat receiving such direction
or assistance shall bo disqualified
at tho discretion of tho Judges.
18. Tho jurisdiction of tho
Judges shall extend over tho raco
and all matters connected with it,
from tho timo the raco is specified
Continued on Sth Payo.
NO TltUTII IN TUB IIKI'OKT Ol
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IIip Ilrltlili Aiiilinxsmliir Will
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The latest news from Constan
tinople is coutuiued in an Associat
ed Press dispatch of Sept. 5th
which says: The waisbips of
various nations aro gathering in
tho Lovaut, led by a squadron
consisting of a score of British
ships which U ivtuly to respond
to a sign from Sir Philip Currie,
British Ambassador at Constan
tinople. Tho latter arrived at his
post yesterday armed, it is under
stood, with definite instructions
from tho Marquis of Salisbury to
compel obedionco to certain do
mauds upon tho part of Groat
Britain, either in conjunction with
representatives of othor Powers,
or, failing thorn, to tako action
at once. That Great Bri
tain means business is em
phasised by tho fact that, prior to
his departure, Sir Philip Currio
recoived a communication from
tho Queen for delivery, person
ally, to tho Sultan. In this com
munication, it is bolioved, Ilor i
Majosty convoys to tho Sultan
kindly warning of tho approach
in? storm. Abdul Humid has a
profound respect for tho Queen,
and her lettors to him aro never
Tho language of Mi. Gladstouo
on the situation continues to bo as
vigorous as over. IIo writes of
tho "shamo aud infamy wo aro
undergoing at tho hands of tho
assassin who sits on the throuo at
Constantinople," etc. Thero is 1
no douot tno spurring ot the vet
eran Liboral chieftain has had ef
fect upon Lord Salisbury and his
Sinco the arrival of tho Miowo
ra this city has been full of ru
mors to tho effect that tho British
Hoot ot twenty vessels had pono- t
. . i i
tratetl tno jJnriinnHlcs with tlio
loss of six vefesols from torpedoes.
Tho balanco of tho Hoot, so tho
rumor goes, thou bombarded tho
city of Constantinople, totally
destroying one-half of it.
Vico consul Walker was seen
by a ropoitor in regard to tho
above and said ho had hoard noth
ing of it. Both tho captain and
purser of tho Miowora know noth
ing of tho rumor. Minister King
Bind tho Htwaiiau government
had rocoived no information in ro
gard thereto, and several of tho
Miowora's passengers who woro
soon had heard nothing or. it. It
is a mystery whonco such a pin
ble rumor emanated.
Mr. Wliltni-r Itcliirim.
Hon. II. M. Whitney retnriK-d
from his trip to Vancouvor, look
ing as jaunty as a youth. Tho
veteran journalist has favored tho
Burj.CTiN with tho vory latest
Victoria and San Francisco papers,
also tho interesting report olso
whoro printed of tho Miowora's
trip. Mrs. Kelly, his widowed
daughter, and her child left him
in British Columbia for Boston.
Mr. Whitney has tho heattiest
thanks of the editor of this paper,
formerly in his employ, for lus
Will Kt' Open IIiiiim),
Tho Ilealani Yacht and Boat
Club will keep open house on
Saturday during tho regatta,
aud hopo for tho pleasuro of see
ing all tho club members, their
families, and all friends of tho
club. Tho Quintet Club will bo
in attendance, and thoso who en
joy danoing will havo an opportu
nity to indulge in eamo. Light
refreshments will bo sorved. This
is a gonoral invitation, as no
written ones will bo issued.
Six of tho boys at tho Reform
school aro in jail for attempting
to do up tho new teacher at that
WAIKIKI HOTEL LICENSE
.llOttti INTKIIVIKW.S Willi l'UO.MI-
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Continued j'roni yetslerilny.)
Cheater Doyle: "Wo'need a hotel
at the beach badly. Some yeara
ago I u'H in tho passenger de
partment of a big railroad com
pany in the Utited States and 1
rorncmbnr that after the Ooronado,
Del Mo u to and othor big hotels in
Southern California woro opened
wo sent tliren times tho number of
tourists there to what wo had
formerly carried. I beliovo that a
hotel such as projected would pay
ovou without a license, but to keep
up t urist travel here a hotel must
bo ablo to furnish liquors. Peo
ple expect to get what they waut,
especially when they get woalthy
enough to travel. Their wants
seem to increase with their wealth.
I boliovo that all hotols should bo
compelled to take out a licenso, as
by bo doing thoy wouhl como di
rectly under polico control. I am
led to this belief from a circum
stance which came to my notice
some timo ago. A tourist camo
down horo alouo a few months
ago. IIo appeared to havo no
friends nor caro to make any. Lie
recoived remittonces by every
steamer and appeared to havo
plenty of money. IIo devoted his
wholo timo and attention to keep
ing himself filled up with liquor,
day in and day out, and was liter
ally drinking himself to death.
By soino means this family bo
camo awaro of what ho was doing
aud a cousin was sent out to look
after him. Hu booh found out
what was going on, aud at onco
applied to tho Marshal, or rather
to his deputy, Mr. lliti-hcock,
for tho Marshal was away at tho
time for assistance. "Can't you
stop these peoplo from selling
my courin liquor?" ho said.
"Certaiuly," replied Mr. Hitch
cock, "if you wish it 1 will issue
an order forbidding every liquor
dealer and salOon-keoper in town
from selling him a drop." "But
that won't do any good," said tho
man, "my cousin gets full out at
tho beach. "1 am sorry, ro
plied tho Marshal, "I can do
nothing for you unless you will
swear to a specific complaint and
havo tho narties arrested. Tho
beach resorts aro not undoi
polico control." That 'man took
his cousin away on tho next
Captain Tripp: This is sup
'josed to bo a freo ltopublic with
fr?o institutions and froo peoplo.
I hb'Movo that tho salo of liquor
should L'O mado as froo horo as it
is in Upland or tho United
C. V. SturdoVnt: I Bigned a
petition against ihv! licenso bo
causo 1 do not boliovo Is tho salo
of liquor under .-iny oircuinWances.
I havo not circulated any petition
against it as stated in the Star A VI
am oniuispil to a salnnn liconso at
a'..m.: .: i r n.;..l, u l
n iki ii ui-i'iuiftu x. muni iiiu liiutu
u-m.1.1 ,ln.,m,nrnn ...wl hpUllft
worso than soino of thoso in town.
I don't think this would happen
whilo Mr. Krouso was in charge
but wo have no gnarauteo that hu
will bo kept thero. If tho liconso
is to bo granted I wouhl profer
that Mr. Krouso should have it,
as he is tho best man for tho placo
I know of.
Senator MoCandless: I signed
tho petition because I boliovo tho
liconso should bo grautod. I don't
know any reason why it should
not bo. I am satisfied tho sup
porters of this govornmeat aro
I mainly in favor of it.
"When you aro down on your
luck and feel as if tho world was
cold, hard and dreary, just stop
into tho Critorion saloon and put a
rose-colored tint on everything by
imbibiuV a glass of Seattle
ARRIVAL OF THE MIOWERA 1
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PLI'.lMArtf rTKIl' iritO.11 VICIOKIA. I
I'lr-I Voynsrp 1 u lit lint ml ot Cnptnln
ln Nli'iimcr Coiimt Slrmitlrtl
In llic ,nrrn. '
The Canadian-Australian Mail
Steamship Miowora, Captain Chas.
r. Hay, arrived at noon today,
seven daju and four hours from
Victoria. Her departure from
Vnucouver on tho morning of tho
7th (her advortised dato), was pro
veuted,owiug to a dense fog, which
partially cloarcd up, so as to nl
low her to start at noon.
When passing through tho Nar
rows, outside tho harbor of Van
couver, tho local Sound steamer,
Comox.which loft Vancouvor three
hours ahead, was booh high and
dry on tho rocks, with her propel
ler smashed. Her ptisseugors had
been returned to Vancouvor in a
small tug boat. This accident
showed clearly tho prudence of
tho Miowora's captain in waiting
for tho fog to clear up a little,
though it was very difficult to pick
up tho various points. Berthed
at Victoria at 7 p. m. aud had
Victoria's cargo all on board at 10
p. in. But at that hour the fog
had settled again so douso that
dipt, llay decitled to wait till it
cleared up a littlo.
ltemaiued at the wharf till 8 a.
m. Sept. 0, having been delayed
10 hours by tho fog. "When Vic
toria was left, the fog was still so
dense that a ship's length was tho
limit of sight, but guided by tho
compas, patent sounding lead,
and fog whistles on Baca Bock
and Capo Flattery, a good courso
was mado, and tho Straits cleared
at 2 p. in. Two hours later, when
in tho open sea, 25 milos from
land, tho weather cleared up, and
has continued fine to this port,
which has boon reached on sche
Tho Miowora brings the follow
ing passengers for Honolulu:
Mr. and Mrs. A. ltobiuson, Mrs.
Edgar "Woods, Miss E. Gav,
H. M. "Whitney, Mr. and Mrs.
Coussin aud 2 childron, Mr. South
and family, M. Dooring, D. H.
Caso, and 35 through passon
Tho Miowora lias a full cargo
in transit for Sydney, and about
250. tons for this port, mostly Hour
During tho whole week of tho
Miowera'H stay in port, August
.11 to Wept, o, Vancouver was
festive, tho occasion being tho
10th Anniversary of tho founding
of tho city. In tho program of"
festivities of the week woro illu
minations, ft to works, a sham
naval fight, in which a mimic
warship was burned and blown
up, regattas, horso races, bicycle
races, sham light between tho
volunteer forces of Vancouvor
and Victoria, cricket and lacrosso
matches being promiuoiit
features; besides theatricals,
minstrels, etc., in tho ovonings.
Tho Miowora brings telegraph
dispatches to tho Sth of Sept.
was quoted Jn -Now lork
, ,,v - -, i it i
3V fr 0ub,U1 COUtnfug.ds.
A Sllulit IlliiieP.
The PiiO Department was called
out this looming at 8:45 by an
alarm from tho corner of Hotel
and Fort strops, but its sorvices
woro not needeK. An oinployo of
tho Hollistor Drnt, Company was
cooking a iivo gallon can of oint
ment over a stove in at shed at the
rear of tho store, aud h'lowed soino
of tho stuff to slop ovorVn tho lire.
Tho ointment was composed ot
lard, rosin aud othor inflammable
materials, aud in a moment tho
wholo mass was in a blazo. Tho
firo was extinguished with a few
buckots of water, and tho damago
was vory Blight, tho shod being
only Bcorchod near tho storo.
Tho largest odiblo oysters aro
found in Australia. Somo of them
motifeuro a foot across tho shell.
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Jlrnvc Act of it Itnltrnnil tlnIiifcr-
OiiImiih (;nitiir u Convoy
Itoiiml tlin World.
Gaudaur of Canada dofoatetl
Stiinbury of Aiintrulia in tho
world's championship sculling
race nt Putney, Eugland.
Li Hung Chang wns received by
Lieut. Governor Kirkpatrick, Sir
Charles Tuppor, Sir Mackonzio
Howell and others nt tho indus
trial fair in Toronto. Whilo visit
ing the workBof tho Niagara Falls
Power Co., Li touched a switch
board with his cano and received'
a shock that caused him to
right away to his rooms.
board the steamer at Vancouver,
and will not visit Victoria.
Tho Irish dynamiters wero ro
leascd on tho report that any fur- .
ther dotention would endanger
their health. Tho Loudon Times
says it is not the best of govern
ment to deal with dynamiters ns
if they wero patients at a Geiman
health resort. If thoy aro luna
tiwthey ought to bo confined.
A verdict of murder in tho
second degree, for two men who
killed a sheriff, did notpli'itnoKomo
of tho peoplo of Glencoo, Minne
sota, and thoy took tho men out
of jail and hung them to a bridge
The elections for members of
tho Spanish councils general re
sulted in tho return of a largo
ministerial majority. Serious
rioting took placo at Barcelona,
whoro tho olectoral college ballot
box was smashed aud knives and
revolvers wero freely used.
An official dispatch from Gon
oral Blanco, govornor-gonoral of
tho Philippino Islands, announces
the discovery of n fresh conspira
cy against tho Spanish govern
ment. Ho adds that tho now plot
is widespread in its ramifications.
Numerous arrests havo been
A dispatch from Hongkong
says that a thousand insurgents,
commanded by a half brood named
Santolano, havo invaded Sanisdro,
island of Luzon, tho largest of tho
Philippiuo islands, and havo im
prisoned tho govornor, his secre
tary and othor officials, and havo
committed many outrages.
Tho Sultan has appointed a
commission to deal with tho
American refugees. He proposes
to furnish safe conduct for thoso'
deiring to leavo and insure tho
safety of thoso who remain.
Dragomans of different otnbassies
aro attending a mooting ot the
Tho Czar of Russia was troated
to a military review aud banquet
at Corlitz by Einporor William,
who mado a striking speech in
proposing tho toast of tho fifth
Jesso Grant, son of tho great
Gonoral, has announced himself
as a Populist. Ho declares ho
could not stomach tho financial
plank of tho Republicans.
Engineer Inglos shot the loader
.of a bandit gang that attempted to
rob his train near Sacramento and
stopped tho ganio. He fired twice,
both shots taking effect, and the
robber fell off tho engine doad.
Whilo searching in tho vicinity ot
tho hold up, officers found a largo
quantity of dynamito sticks, roady
to bo exploded. Tho bravery ot
tho ongineor is all tho talk at Sa
cramonto. At Indianapolis on Soptomer
3d tho National Domocratio con
vention noiniuatcd Senator Pal-
mor of Illinois for President on
tho first ballot. Tho ballot stood
Palmor 7571; Bragg 124i. Neces
sary to a choioo 553. On motion
of Bragg tho nomination was
mado unanimous. Gonoral Buck
nor of Kentucky was nominated
for vico-prosidont by acclamatiou.
President Cleveland declined tho
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