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Vol. II. No. 417.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, onywbero in Van Ha
waiian Islands ! 70
Por Year. d iw
Per Yonr, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
Payablo Iuvnrinbly in Ailvnuoo. .
Tolopuono 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Madrt Her Z.ICa MIcrntlo, but filio Is
Heart tlio testimony of Mr. 12. (I.
Monro, Coburtr, Victoria, wfroio por
trait i nluu clt'iu
"Somo few years ago I siifuwl
terribly with Indigestion and gi i -er.il
debility. I could not .sleep,
and my condition was such as to
make- my lifo miserable. None of
tlio many remedied I tried did me
any pood, and 1 despaired of ev-r
gptting better. Ono of my friends
told mo of tlio blood-purifying aim
.sti-en;;tli-giving properties if Ayei's
Fannrtarllln, .mil I began taking it.
IK'f'iio 1 had finished the first boltlo
1 felt better, and was thus eneour
nged togle the mediulnoa thorough
trial. In all I used four bottles,
and then was perfectly cured of the
piiovous trouble which had aullHcd
me. 1 now recommend, to anyone
suffering as 1 did.
As a Sjlendiil Hcrve arid Blood Medicine.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tlio Republic of Hawaii.
A GREET INVENTION
Moves itself, nboiit yoiu Lawn. Travels
in a straight lino or u tirclo Htops autom
atically. Hot for any length of huso.
Cc No Eiioh Sprinkler has over been
placed on tho market before.
Come and See it!
LEWERS & COOKE,
473 Tort Street, ... - Tolcphono20.
LOTS AT WAiKIKI
Thcro nro 6 Lots at Waiki
ki, lying on' tlio Waikiki sido
of lCnliti Koad for sale, about
11 G feet makai of Waikiki
Those lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
fgp For further particulars
WILTJAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, 1 0 West,
Aug. 1&, 18DG. 38l-lm
HARVEST HOME FESTIVAL
A.MNtr. ,11 lUIIJ Iltl St'OI f.H ankaln
Ol' 31 Al'AI.A-IlY-l'UIXSi:.
hrvr. Uroiittt lii Xurlli Kolmln
Mncvrlty mill Implicit) ol' tlio
Wo shall not dnro to frnino ft
Bontoneo against Kotia if this
drought continues. No rain to
fepefik of the pa-t month nnd tho
hent too strong iu tlio middle of
tho day. But don't talk. Think
of tho poor Now YorkerB 6truck
down by Bcoros tho Btimmer
mouths by tho heat. Ono accopt
cd belief is that eunstroko comes
through tho eyes.
It mny likely havo outorcd Bomo
cavity of your brain nnd found
ready lodgment there, tho
thought, that tho Chinese- men,
women and little folk aro not
sincero and do not love their
church. Wo have had a "Har
vest homo" at tho Anglican Mis
sion of St. Paul, Maknpala, North
Kolmln, Hawaii. It was ou Wed
nesday night, September 1G. Tho
night was lino, the moon was
largo. Tho church was clean.
Tho lamps wore full of
oil. There was light in our
dwelling the church; light with
out nnd light within. There was
no darkness at all. Boforo sovon
o'clock there was a crowd.
Benches woro brought from tho
schoolhouse nnd tho children woro
packed togcthor to make moro
children aro far moro
than orown neonlo and
will put up with disconfort very
often and not a murmur. On tho
wholo wo liko children's ways oud
manners better limn those of men
or women. They aro very often
littlo walking Bcrmons.
"Tho church, then, you say, was
beautifully fresh, sweet, bright
and shining?" All that. And if
you had but seou tho ilowers and
tho vegetables you would havo
said: "All there." Yes, Sincerity
Those Chinamen had cut bana
na trees at tho root and brought
them with tho bunch, holus bolus,
for the corners. There was the
human faco divino, in that little
church, of many complexions
tho Chinese, tho native, tho half
casto, tho English; tho child of
Chinese father and full Hawaiian
mother; the child of fathor half
caste and mother full native; tho
child of Chinese father and half
caste mother. Tho half-castes
may bo half Hawaiiau, half Eng
lish; half Chinese, half native;
half Chinese, half Japanese; or
Thoro was, too, that great un
seen multitude present nnd God
tho Saviour. "Whoro two or throo
are gathered together iu my name
thero nm I iu tho midst." God
was thero. And tho glory of tho
Lord filled tho Lord's house. Tho
preacher's text was: "Tlio harvest
is the world and tho roapers nro
Tho nest morning thero was an
auction h'-ld on tho steps of tho
church. A Iamb, doves, gold fish,
were offered. Large, hardest of
hard-shelled squashes wont for
live cents! little, delicious spiing
onions, enough for a family of
tou, for ten cents! What a coun
try! As fino radishes and carrots
ns you over biiw; what wo call in
Now England the "paddy cab
bage," largo, solid, white heads,
wont for almost nothing. My!
red peppers, lettuce, aud as for
taro and sweet potatoes, rice, pea
nuts, Bugar cane, not to speak of
all tho lino Chinese roots and
herbs, wo roally wish wo could
liko them soma of them aro bo
white, and agniu, bo groeu it was
a Balo. But all told, and sold, not
much gold in it.
There's tho rub. Give us a
holp We're no beggars. Wo aro
sincoro Christian Chinese trying
ovory day week days and Sun
days to help our henthon frionds.
Givo us tho hand of Christiau
The fellowship of .
Surveyor Bond was here all one
very warm day and lie declared
thoro waB land outside the fonco
belonging to tho mission and it
has boen harvested tho fences
moved and it gathered in.
Tho Bishop is expected on Sat
tmday, whonau English service
will bo held in tho oveninc. On
Sunday, tho 20th, thero will bo a
Celebration at 7 a. in., later n
Confirmation, and sorvioo in Hn
waiion in tho oVouing. If wo had
known eiulier that tho Bishop
was coming, wo would have liked
to as!: him to repent ii oornion wo
heard somo yearn ago: " 13o yo
steadfast ." It was a most io-
inurkublo sermon. But it can bo
printed for distribution we should
suppose. It is a pity not to ro
stirroct it for ono or two of tho
Liiter. Sunday night, Sopt. 20,
you should havo heard the natives
sing "Rook of Aqes" tonight I
But tho roof is still on.
AT M I KICK ISLAM).
I'roRram fur Ilia Concert tnliefllteii
Tho concert to bo given by tlio
govorument band tomorrow after
noon contains just enough sacred
music to swear by, for which rea
son tho chances are it will bo
hotter appreciated by those who
attend. 'J ho program arranged is
given below :
The Old Hundred.
Omture Thu Ucutci'nnt Fltt
UaMitlna Mnbtit MuUr lUmslnl
I antaMu l'lea-ntit Mcmor h Ik1 t r
Sclet Hon Gui man Airs Kuppcy
Kcinlnlceiic(' of All Nations (Jodfri'j
I'nntiula--I'lnntntlon fonj; Cuntvi no
Selection American Alls lit) er
Haw nil l'oiinl.
I.KCIUICE IIVDU. DILL,):.
AnliilcrcolliiK AililrcM hi tlio l'pwuith
A lecture with twenty-five sto
reopticon views, given by Rev. E.
R.Dillo, D.D., on "Hawaii, the
Island Paradioo," at tho bonofit of
Epworth Motnodist Episcopal
Church last night, gavo a detailed
description of a trip from tho bay
of San Francisco to tho very edge
of Mokuuweoweo crater, on Man
na Loa. The views includod tho
Golden Gate and tho crater in tho
state of eruption, tho latter being
from a photograph takon by Dr.
Dillo himself during his rocont
visit. Tho word pictures woro a
fit accompaniniout to the oxcellont
views enst upon tho screen. S. F.
IIOHiitimi Mollis nt the Anchor.
Anyone ontoring tho Anchor
saloon during business hours', or
in the evening, is immediately
charmed by tho handsomo array
of game birds teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which decor
ntes tho bar. They aro all stutl'ed
as you will be, with rich, nourish
ing boor, cold nnd clear, and with
the palatable viands of tho lunch
counter. Tho Seattle beer, Fred
oricksburg boor, fino wines and
liquors nto of tho best quality aud
always fresh. Every Australia
brings ft largo consignment and
Mr. Cunningham uhcb ovory idoa
which his massive brain suggests,
to please his patrons. Tho Anchor
is now tho most popular saloon iu
town. 1 and 3 King street.
At I'liiinu siiimro.
The government band will givo
tho usual concert at Emma squaro
this afternoon at 4:30. Tho fol
lowing selections will bo ren
Overturn Ln Ga7za Ladrn ,, Rossini
Walt & Inamorata Faru
March -Campcrdown CloJo
Chorus Tannluuner '.Wagner
Selection- Hosu of Cantlo llalfo
Galop Princess Mario Aluci t
ThoUuiversalStoves and Ranges
aro going off liko hot cakes at the
Pacific llardwftro Co. "
QUEEN VICTORIA'S REIGN
('i:i,i'iihatkn or irw i,o.u in) k a-
HON ATlMlKI'I'SDIISCi: I'tKK.
I'lcnxmit'llmn Unit ly Pinny 1-coplp
I.liiltorutp Iipcitrniloiix iiml Caooil
MiihU- fin- inuring.
Captain Cook Lodge, Sons of
St. Gcorgo, carried out iu grand
style, nt Independence park last
night, tho cclt'lnatiou of the fact
that (.3llL'ou Victoria has reigned
longor than uuy of her predeces
sors. At the grand march
opening tho ball it is estimated
that th'oro woro nearly thrao huu
drod people in tho hall.
Decorations woro bo elaborate
ns to bo almost beyond descrip
tion. Flags of all nations and
tho marine signal codo were hung
from tho trusses nnd employed as
drapery on all sides. Ferns aud
vines and palms woro disposed
with much profusion yet with
artistic effect. Over tho en
tranco to tho dressing rooms
tho monogram " V. K." blazed
iu ruddy olectiic lamps. A
portrait of Queen Victoria
sot in greenery and surrounded
with flags adorned tho front of
tho band stand.
After tho first sot of lancers tho
Kuwaihau club, musicians of tho
evening, played "God Save the
Queon, tho assombly singing a
couplo of stanzas. Dancing was
kept up with great spirit, !
there boiug many extras, until i
near mulnignt wuen n good sup
por was served in tho bauquot
hall, tho peoplo being coated.
Then dancing was resumed and n.
largo propoition of tho company
utayed to tho cud in tho early
hours of another day of Victoria's
reign. To complete this record
of an event long to bo remember
ed tho list of committees is repeat
ed from yesterday, viz.:
Recoption Committee: W. W.
Wright, Geo. L. Dull, W.n.Paiu,
R. Irishman, J. O. Cook, W. H.
Baird, G. S. Harris.
Ladies Committco on Refresh
ments: Mrs. T. R. Walker, Mrs.
Mackintosh, Mrs. W. W. Wright,
Mrs. S. 0. Allou, Mrs. G.S.Harris.
Gonornl Committee: W. H.
Pain, E.B.Thomas, J. E. Wost
brook, W. W. Wright, T. It. Walk
0rr,J?V?" ll!h 'ri' yV.' HHn-ir.11'
C. Cook, G. S. Harris, V. Lish
man, Geo. L. Dallj It. Lishman
and A. St. M. Mackintosh.
Decoration Committco: Geo.L.
Dull, W. U. Pain, F. Barwick, T.
It. Walker, Mrs. Lishman, MrB.
Boardman, Mrs. Lucas, Mrs. Vic
toria Wurd, Chns. Lucas and W.F.
Reynolds, chairman and secretary.
Floor Committeo: E.B.Thomas,
manager; J. L. Holt and F. W.
Among those present woro Mr.
and Mrs. T. It. Walkor, Row Alex.
Mackintosh, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Cook,
Mr. and Mrs. Dayton, Captain Dix
on, Mr. Dill, Mr. and Mrs. O.B.Wil
son, Mrs. Giles, Mrs. E. F. Bishop,
Mrs. C. J. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Lucas, Mrs. Boardman, Mrs. Sand
ere, Mrs. McGregor, Mr. nud Mrs.
W. M. Cuuniugham, Mrs. Frank
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. S. McKeaguo,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. rumor, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos. Black, Mrs. Donnolly,
Misses "Wal , W alkor (2), A oocl-
ward, Lycott, Hay, Ahia, Myer,
Daufort, Smith, Lishmnn (2),Mul
linger, Barnard, Maguiro, McGre
gor, Mosamnn, Gurnoy (2, Harris
(2), Dayton, Haul wick, Sir Robert
Horron, Sonator J. N. Wright,
Messrs. Samuel Parker, Ed. Towso,
W. F. Roy nolds, M. BruBoh, Geo.
L. Dull, W. II. Pain, H. Whitnoy,
John Lucas, E. B. Thomas, Arm
strong Smith, B. MiBt, L. do L.
Ward, W. H. Coney, W. Storoy,
Daniel Logan, B. L. Finney, Day
ton, Goorgo Angus, Giles, G.
Bruns, A. Louisson, Alfred R.
Hatfiold, F. B. Oat, G. Gero, Ed.
Dekum, Tuft, Jacobson, Johnson,
John Coakley, M. Phillips, Dan
Vida, James Dodd, Captain Ca
mara, Mr. and Mrs. J. Noill and
J Miss Noill, and many othors.
NO. Hi: IINh MAI'S.
To be I'll rtilnlioil n 1'urt nt I'ln
ney'n New Directory.
Tho now maps for Finney's
now diroctory, which were sout to
San Francisco some timo ago to I
bolithographed,aroespectod ontho ,
Doric on Oct. 7. If they arrivo
tho now directory will bo pub
lished a day or two afterwards.
Ono of the maps will bo of tho
Hawaiian group 17x22 inchos iu
size. Thoro will also ho soparato
maps of each of tho islands
iu tho group, 10x17 inches in size.
All of these mops nro up to date
and have beou corrected and cer
tified by tho Survey Otlice.
Tho now directory will bo is
sued as promised by Mr. Finney
whon ho commenced work on it:
viz. 8omowhoro between tho 1st
nnd 15th of October, unless the
Doric should fail to bring tho
maps, in which enso it will bo do
layed until tho arrival of tho fol
HAWAIIAN IIAIIK ROMAI.IK.
Hun n Hitrd Voyncn to Sidney
Cumins' to Honolulu.
Mrs. Saml. McKeaguo has ro
ceived a letter from Mrs. Nisson,
wifo of tho captain of tho Ha
waiian bark Rosalie formorly
tho Nicaraguan bark Don Adolfd.
Tho vessel reached Sydney from
Victoria, nftor having had a hard
experience from tho vicinity of
Norfolk Island, or nino hundred
miles from Sydnoy. She lost
considerable canvas, curried away
Ju V10 e, ' , pu,V,!3 woro
Ul.uuu" u"i'."'u lol"1''- i ,u VUb'
aei was leiiKiuc uadiy. olio was
hove to on ono tack for sovon days.
If tho Rosalio had not been n good
sea boat sho would nover havo
reached port. At Sydnoy sho was
docked aud put in firstcluss con
dition. Sho waschnrtorod to load
coal for Honolulu and may bo ex
pected hero about tho ond of
Octobor or early iu November.
SuliMtlnn Ann)' Ten.
JjtroiiTANT: There aro very few
things moro hurtful than common
tea. An eminent English doctor
onco said: "If tho public oavo up
i drinking common ten, tho occupa
tion oi ono nan ol our proiossion
would bo gono." Good tea, how-
over, is refreshing nnd stimulat
ing, and iu introducing this arti-
1 0,0'to tho public.the oflicors of tho
Salvation Army havo taken great
pains to securo a tea, which can
with the greatest confidence bo re
commended ns being of the vory
highest standard of oxcollence,
aud havo decided to sell it nt a
price within tho roach of every
body, and although it will leave
us a vory small margin of profit
indeed, wo aro satisfied, knowing
that what wo soil is suro to givo
satisfaction. Sold in lb packets.
Memorinl Mixturo,English Bronk
fast, Young HyBon,Japan, Oolong,
Gunpowder, 30c; Auxiliary, 35c.
Telophono 755. H. Cannon, Pa
lama Grocery, opposite Railway
Depot, boIo agent for tho Hawaiian
llilo Altcriinoii'ft Aliirm
Tho alarm of fire at 1:20 this
nftornoon canio from Mrs. Mon
sairat's residence adioinina No. 2
j Eni,10 U0UB0 Mr. Monhnrrat's
Httlo grandchild got possession of
a lnx of mutches and set fire to an
old vino near some of tho out
buildings, making considerable
of a blazo. Tho tiro was ex
tinguished by tho Chinaman who
works at tho hou30 and James
Steiner and others of tho neigh
bors. By tho timo tho alarm was
turned in thoro was nothing for
tho firemen to do. No damage
Androw Brown and wifo will
leave on tho Australia for San
Francisco next Saturday. Mr.
Brown will bo absent about six
Aveeks, whilo Mrs. Browu may re
main a month or two longer. If
any of tho government officials
dosorvo n vacation it is tho Super
intendent of tho Wutor Works.
THE MISSING CARPENTER
NKK.V AT WAIUIIll ON lmiKK
Ami Aicnln Yentt-rilay Afternoon WltU
lll iUinlixclio Nlinvcd Oir
Tin t'rrilllorn to NpmiK of.
"It seeui3 hard that a man enn't
go off ou ti quiet littlo Bproo with
out being written up and adver
tised ns missing." That's whnt
ono of II. F. Heuss's frionds said
to a Bulletin reporter this morn
ing, while ho was investigating
tho allegod disappearance.
As near as can bo learned tho
facts connected with tho cuso aro
thoso: On Wednesday aftoruoon.
ho drew from tho Finance Ofiico
tho sum of $2525, tho amount duo
on a completed contract, the grent
or part of which was at onco paid
over to Allon it Robinson, from
whom ho obtuined his lumber aud
supplies ond who were his bonds
men ou tho contract. Ho also
paid' out other amounts, so his
friends Bay, nnd could not havo
had much of tho original amount
loft. During that day ho had
spokeu to ono of his workmen
of the probability of his goiug
to Waianao and n man answering
his description was seen to leave
on tho evening train. The object
of tho trip to Waianao was to bid
on Bomo work to bo douo there
and at Waialua.
The next seon of Houss waB at
Waikiki ou Thursday night when
ho was in n hnck with two frail
damsels nud evidently linviug a
Ho was Boon again yesterday
afternoon aud recoguized,although
ho had shaved off hi inustnche,
which operation altered his ap
poaranco but littlo. Ho was on
tho S. G. Wildor lying at the rnil
road wharf and inquiring about a
passage to San Francisco, and
that is tho last that was known of
his movements up to noon today.
At tho office of Allon ifc Robin
son nothing wns known of him
nor would tho firm vouchsnfo any
information about him except that
the stories of his getting away
with the $2525 woro uutrue. They
seomed to think that he would
turn up all right and that at least
ho should he givon a chance. Evi
dently tho firm woro not worrying
over any largo pecuniary loss.
Captain Murray, captain o
Company H, of which Houss
wus recently elected a lieutenant,
is satisfied that ho is still iu town,
but probably keeping himself
scarce until his spree is ovor. Ho
says that Houss owes, only ono
bill hi town amounting to" 8130,
of which ijS5 is secured, outsido
of tho wages duo his men for this
weok, for which Allon it Robin
son have become responsible. Ho
thinks ha will turn up iu duo
timo, although ho has "queored"
himself with his company nud
ruined his prospects of future
contracts by his present escapado.
Tho uncompleted contract on
which Heuss was engaged whon
ho went on his sproo will bo
takon in hand and completed by
Allon it Robinson, who will loso
l'nlitt Ih Its Autnn.
Climate of ovory variety oxorts
a different iniluonco on tho do
Biros of mnukind for a stimulant.
In coldor zones beverages of groat
alcoholic strength aro used to a
vory much largor degree than iu
the tropics. Beer is best suited
to our climato aud nono found in
tho market is hotter than that
bearing tho brand of "Paiist,
Milwaukee." It iB browed from
tho best of malt and hops and is
a groat thirst quencher and invi
gorator and stimulates tho nerves
aud muscles. At tho Royal, Cos
mopolitan nud Pacific saloons it
may bo found, cold and puro. In
terchangeable chocks aro issued
whioh may bo used nt any of tho
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