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Vol. II. No. .122.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Sunday nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, IL I.
Per Month, nnywhoro In the Ha
waiian Islands C 75
Per Year. irfi
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Cautulu, or Mexico 10C0
Por Year, postpaid, wSher Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnyublo Invnrlnhly 111 Advance
Tolephono 2C0. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
feps-ti?. "u. Staffs
. Cure BILIOUSNESS,
Cure SICK HEADACHE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are IV! lid but Effective.
Goad for tlis Stomach,
Good fcr the Liver,
Coot! for the BcweIs.
THEP.C ARE WO OTHER PILLS
SO COOP AS
Hlgl-.coS Awards ut tho World's
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
SoIqAki'UIh for the Rojmblio of Hawaii.
The Undersigned beg to nu
uouuco that from und after
Thursthiy Nitrht, Oct. 1, 1896
To meet the timos and competi
tion, it will bo furnished at
I2kts. Per Slass
Wo quote from lotter of tbo
Anheusor-BuBoh Brewing Asso
ciation, dated August 8th:
"Your honorable firm bavlnj: represented
us for mi ninny yum a wu believe It usele-s to
cnlt your attention to tin; muilts of our arti
cle), but we should like to repeat again and
call your attention to the fuci that ours Is
THE ONLY I'URF BARLEY MALI" DEER
MANLTACrUUED, and corn eereallnu and
other ailulicrants an well as acids, for the
preservation of beer, are unknown In our es
tablishment. With the ubove jou may go
before the public In our name."
No encomium of ours can add to
the high roputntiou of Anhouaor
Beer. Its introduction in any
and every market makes it uii
immediate favorite. It stands
without a peer, without a rival,
without oven a competitor. It
received the highuBt awards at the
Columbian Exposition. The re
duction qf the draught Beer to
tho prevailing pi ice of
12 Cents Per Glash,
places it within tho reach of all,
and ho is a wibo mau who gets
the best quality for tho least
rMCFARLDNE & CO.,
A l'ostul Bainpn Dnnlc Deposit Hook
(No, 135."i) in fiivor uf Alts. Lucy Blovens.
rimler pleuso return lo Dullotis Oflko.
PRECISE IN EVERY ACT
ni:v iouui:u . t'n
I'UINKAN KlXlf. .
Dl ii( (I mill
Did you oyor oncounter a human
being',wrhoeo life was devoted to
8yf-tem ? Did ' you ovor come
acrosft a man who arose ovory
morning at the same minute,
breakfasted, lunchvd and dined
with clockliko regularity, foljow
ed tho paine routine of pleasures
month in and month out, never
varying or swerving for an in
stant, and capping it all by dying,
with resignation and apparent
satisfaction, on schedule timo ?
Such a mnn passed out of thin
earthly existence in New York not
so many weeks ago. His name
was "William Pottit. Ho had
lived the lifo of a perfect and well
oiled machine. His revolutions
woie smooth, and suro, and un
disturbed by friction of any kind.
For twouty yjarB he occupied tho
same corner rooms of Delmo
nico's, in the Broadway sido of
the building. For tho same
length of time ho breakfasted aud
dined daily at the same table in
the rostauraut. He was never a
minute early or a minute late.
Ho was ready for his bath overy
I morning at or very near tho same
instant, iio gave uimsoir into me
hands of tho barber with undovia
tiug precision as tu timo. Ho oc
cupied a fixed period in tho con
sumption of his meals. Twice iu
each mouth, at n settled hour, ho
appeared before a baibor to have
! his hair trimmed, and, indeed, in
all tho functions of lifo ho moved
i with the accuracy of a repeater.
j He had boon wound up in his
youth, and he uovor varied a sec-
, ond until ho finally run down and
. stopped Bhort.
Ho was a man of wealth, con
nected in a proprietorial capacity
j wilh the Pottit Chemical Compa
ny. His now rooms ho furnished
at his own exponso. They were
luxuriously appointed, and the
paintings aud hangings bore muto
but eloquent testimony to his taste
aud culture. Upon his walls
hung canvases from tho foremost
artists in Europe and America.
His curtains aud rugB wore from
tho most famous looms of the
Enst. Tho bric-a brae that occu
pied odd places in his apartment
was priceless. All who were ad
mitted to the Pettit rooniB de
clared that tlioy wero ideal bache
Ho hold poker parties in his
sittiug room three nights in overy
week. Ho wus tho soul of hospi
tality, and theso reunions woro al
ways well attended. The game
wos of tho dollar limit typo, and
ho would bet his pile with the
highest roller among his guests.
But, uo matter how strong the
cards wero running or how keen
tho interest, ovorything ceasod
when tho cloek struck 12.
Even if tho players woro in tho
middle of an exciting jack pot
they placod thoir cauls upon the
table and tlrow down their best
without a murmur. Nobody over
heard of playing cards in Mr.
Potties apartment as late as livo
niiuulps after 12. At first thoro
woro protests, more or less indig
nant, but thoy soon molted away
bofoij tho host's firmness, tem
pered! with suavity, and tho rnlo
cease to bo questioned.
Tltfe curious, quaint and inter
esting man died last spring as ho
had nved promptly on timo,
withoht any fuss, and just as ho
had aixauged it boforohand. One
morning his chair in tho restau
rant wa vacant. Tho waiter star
ed at thq clock, then at tho table,
aud thou up at tho ceiling. He
proceeded to tho upper floor and
inquired tho causoof this uuparal
loled occurrence. Eniilo, tho valet
of tho Dolmonico regulars, sadly
shook his head. '
Mr. Pottit hnd pueumonia.
Noxt day tho invalid sunt for his
strong boxes aud dispatched a l
messenger for his sister.
'My dear Bister," said he, as
tl A 1r4 v stilt flannll
IIUIUHV UUl mvjiuuviiuuiij ltd I
though aiBCUBsing a mattor of no
possiblo moment, "in a fow
moments I shall die. In that box
you will find tho stocks, bonds
jiiutl other valuables, which I d-i
siro you to possess when I am
gone. Thoy are already deeded
to you. In that one there are my
few earthly obligations. I wish
you to inot them ns thoy mature."
Tho light of lifo in tho dark
oyos faded out. Tho lips beeaina
set rindv. colorless. Pettit the
Prpcisrt was dead. New York
.X AlMl . I, TOUl'llUO.
Onptnln MincrMHi'N Citliln Wliiclou
SmrtMlicil by rij Inirl'i'h.
About two o'clock this morning,
while tho steamer W. G. Hall was
paBsing Molokai, a flying fish
camo aboard tho V. G. Hall, strik
ing tho window of tho captain's
room with such forco that tho
glass was smashed to piecos. Tho
third mato was on watch at tho
timo, the captain and othor officers
being in tliir bunks. Whon awak
ened by tho crash, Captain Simer
son thought his mirror has boon
knocked down by tho Blamming of
tho door. Getting up, ho found
glass all over tho room and a
dead fish on the floor, whilo tho
paint outsido the window was
spattered with blood and scales.
He then ordored tho fish to bo
prepared for his breakfast, but as
Tommy White, tho freight clork,
did not boliovo tho story whon
told about it, the winged denizen
of tho deep was brouthtb ack to tho
skipper's room, whero it was ex
hibited along with the damago it
AN O I'HI 31
Wee I.hI Plnil Uiilll mill l I'lui'il
C"3'J by Jiultt" do 1m Vi'rsiio.
Yesterday aftornoon Lieutenant
Kokni i)rocured a search warraut
aud accompanied by special officer
Cordes and others made a raid on
tho store of Woo Sing on Hotel
and Nuunuu streets. Forty tins
of opium was found iu a tea box,
six tins and a bug of money con
taining ovor 200 in a dnuvor in
the oflice,and twenty moro (ins con
cealed under the counter.
All the Ohineso in the store
woro arrested. Thoy gavo tho
names of Woo Sing, Weo Lai,
Wong Fat, Woo Siu, Ah Yok,
Chow Foou and Lun Poon. In
tho Polico Court this morning
Weo Lai plendcd guilty of hav
ing opium in possession and was
promptly fined $250 and S3 costs.
Tho chargo against tho other Chi
uoso was nollo pros.'d.
Arrcxlril Tor Ifrudle Driilm;.
A Chinese bpy namod Pung
Sow waB arrested about half past
10 o'clock this morning for fu
rious and heedless driving. IIo
borrowed a horso and wagon from
Quong Hop Keo to go down to
the steamor W. G. Hall for a load
of oranges. Ho forgot to mou
tion beforo ho started that he
didn't know anything about'
driving. He first ran into ono of
tho old cannon plautod on the
Bethel street corner of the post
office and thou stoered into a hack
in which were a number of ladies.
He was bheoring oil" tho hnok into
anothor vehicle when mounted
patrolman Conley camo along nnd
navigated him and his craft to tho
polico station. Tho owner of tho
wagon afterwards put up 8100 for
his appearance iu Court tomor
row at 9 o'clock.
Are Yni Tired
All the tluu? This condition Is a suro in
dication that y ur blood Is not rich and
nourishing ha It ouislit to be and as It ma)
bo If ou uljl take a lew bottles of the meat
blood purillrr, Hood's Barsaparllln, Thou
sands write that Hood's earsaparllla has
cured them ot that tired feeling by K'vlny
them rich, red blood.
Hood's Pills act easily and promptly on
the lhcr and bowels. Cure sick headache.
Tho ' Chino sugar factory con
sumes from 20,000 to 22,000 gal
lons of crude potroloum daily.
THEY HAD A HARD TIME
iUcVKIGII TKI.M OF HIS
5il IIiiiAiiiiiJ 'li tlic-i" Annloi'il IllPlll-
i lvr ill lMiiriiiMno mill Noiiuht
to I.vmtr i heir 4'titriift.
Aijollt'n'iIcVeigUi wns seen by a
Bulletin" repot ter this morning t
to vvhomNho dotailod his expori-
oncPh with tho Antoy ChineBO who
woro shipped to Malta weli planta
tion yesterday. Without excep
tion, Mr. McVeigh said, thoy guve
moro trouble thau nuy previous
lot ever handled at the quarantine
station. Thoro wero a few among
thorn who had evidently boon
thoro before and knew all the ins
and outs of tho place. An attempt
of a number of them to cscapo tho
first nis-lit wa8 frustrated, but
fresh attempts woro nmdo every
littlo whilo and evon with the
extra help sent for it was all tho
guards could do to keep them un
dor control. They toro down tho
fences at different places at the
samo time, sawed through tho
inch boards of tho buildings, nails
and all, and tried in numerous
othor ways to got out.
In audition to making trouble
oy trying to escape tiicy trim in
every way to get out of signing
their contracts. They wanted tho
terms changed so that after work
ing three years thoy could romaiu
in tho islands and go into
business ns merchants. When
thoy found this would not work,
thoy wautod an advance ou
their wages, and whon thoy
couldn't mnko that stick they
shuck for two suits of olothes
each before going to tho planta
tion. Besides this thoro wero in
dividual kicks and complaints,
aud it is no wonder Mr. MoVeigh
and his guards breathed sighs of
relief when they wore finally tak
on on board the steamer.
Mr. McVeigh described to the
reporter tho manner in which tho
six who escaped got away but it
would not look well in print. Tho
follow who camo back evidently
returned after auothor lot, whom
ho expected to guide to liberty
through the same outlet, but his
design was suspected and ho was
waited for and nabbed.
I'ollco Court MHttnrs.
In Judgo do la Vorguo's court
this morning Kahailiopua, n wa-
hino who was charged with dis
turbing tho poacoand quiot of tho
neighborhood in which sho re
sides, was allowed to plead guilty
of being drunk nnd given tho
The caso of Joso F. Corroira,
oharged with threatening nnothor,
was sot for trial on tho 7th.
Chan Ohong wns tried for hav
iug opium in possession nnd dis
charged. The capes of Arthur Jones, be
ing found without lawful oxouso
on the promises of another nt
night, nnd Amy Pangelinnn,
adultery, went over until tomor
row. It is understood Chas.
Oroightou will prosecute aud A.
G. M. Robertson defend tho case
Hummer llrmnt Trotn.
Gus Hammer was on board tho
Australia before 'she loft San
Francisco, lie still woro his badge
as a member of tho Hawaiian po
lico and Bcomod very proud of it.
Tho ox-detective also claimed to
havo several letters from Attorney
General Smith, which ho said
boro special instructions to go
East on important business for
tho Dopartinout of JiiBtico oftho
Hawaiian Republic. Ho exhibited
tho letters, or rather enough of
them to show tho printed lottor
head of tho Attorney-General's
office and tho signaturo of AV. O.
Smith at the bottom.
Tho ex-sleuth will probably bo
heard from lator on.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
(iovt.itNnr.NT Ni:ir rait conr.M-
N ATI ON Of LAND.
Aiioilirr I.nHjrr In Infcllor Coin In
Hoxorul ,pionl llt'iiril
Tim 1'rolmlc Chc.
The Supremo Court hold term
sittings yesterday aud today, hear- j
inc several cases, and will rosumo i
at 9 n. m. tomorrow.
F. W. McOheBuey, administra
tor of tho estato of M. da Silva,
deceased, has filed a bond of $3o0
with J. Alfred Magoon as surety.
Mrs. Lilia N. Kauaia, adminis
tratrix of the estato of 8. N. P.
Kauaia, deceased, has filed a bond
of S500 with S. W. Kaloikiui as
J. K. Nakookoo has taken tho
oath of an attorney, and has been
licensed to practiso law in tho in
ferior coints. Ono other appli
cant was refused a licenso and
commended to further study.
Judgo Perry is heariug tho
Lovy bankruptcy case this after
An aotiou nt law has this day
been begun by tho Minister of tho
Interior, plaintiff, against tho
Trusteos or tho Beruice P. Bishop
Estato aud tho heirs of tho lato
George Emmes,defeudants, claim
ing an award of condemnation of
tlin land near the old fish market,
for road extension purposes.
Worlt or iiii
ArllKt In Now Visiting
Thoro is now on
tho'hea'd of tho main stairway of
tho Pacific Hardwaro Company's
,o n T,in.,r nt n,.. a i f.o,i
'".1 , , . ""'";
1IUU1D II1U m I J lty VtUDlLUUl Ull VI
executor of wood eugraving. Tho
painting, n9 a work of art in tho
lino of portrnits, far surpasses
anything over exhibited hero nnd
calls forth iuvoluutary exclama
tions of appreciation from every
ono who knows a good picture
when thoy seo ono.
The striking featuros aro tho
carofulncsB of detail especially in
tho draporio', tho slender "nrtist"
hands, veined and sonsitivo, and
tho beautiful effect of light and
shade. Tho greatest aud most
masterly effect, however, is
iu tho expression of tho face.
The oyes, especially, although
spectacled, havo uoithor tho
vacant nor tho droamy look,
common in the work of
artist mediocre talent, but aro full
of tho iutellicouco and interest of
a brilliant, thoughtful and at tho 1
samo timo active man whoso lifo, 1
thouL'h missed iu laborinc? nt tasks '
which corno within tho range of
the finer arts, still over felt a keeu
interest in affairs. A noblo brow,
supcrintolligout face, finely chisol
ed fentures and tho general ex
pression of thought which a largo
mind giveB to tho face. Tho
picture is tho work of Fred Yates,
tho celebrated poi trait paiuter
who is in town for a littlo rest
and pleasure. It is rumored that
Mr. Yates will aeoi-pt a fow orders
hero during his sojourn, but the
rumor has not been verified. It
iB sincerely to bo hoped that ho
mntr nci if id n 1-11 rn ntirl tirnlinltlv
novor-to-bo lopoated opportunity
for our wealthier citizous.
Bob Scott's benefit for Saturday
ovoning will bo suro to nttract a
big house. Tho rohearsals havo
been frcquont and thorough and
well attouded by tho members ot
the company. Comedy is alwayB
moro acceptable than melodrama
or tragedy from a troupe of amn
tours, and much moro eujoyablo
to tho audience. Everybody can
havo a good hearty laugh at tho
drill shod Saturday.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular IIouro, 151 Fort street,
from S1.00 por weok up.
COMPARISON OF VALUES
CUtMMIN OS' TIJIlKi: nVII.IIN4
AM LOAN ASSOCIATIONS.
lruviii-iible H:iovlii nl't: I.nrnl No-
clett Ciiiuiirrl Ullh Two NlmlUr
Oiip In Snn I'rnnrlHra.
Below is preprinted :i compari-
sou of the earnings of tho Pioneer
Building and Loan Association of
Honolulu with the Italian-Swiss
Mutual Loan Association aud tho
San Francisco and Oakland Mu
tual Loan Association, both hav
ing their headquarters in San
Francisco. Tho figures are tnkerr
from tlm semi-annual reports end
ing Juno 30 of this year.
Tho report of the Italian-Swiss
Mutual Loan Association shows
that tho assets of tho association
amounted on Juuo 30th to 35-l,-02-1.50,
of which sum thero has
been paid iu by tho stockholders
$257,090.50, leaying the oarniugs
896,331. Thoro woro -1208 shares
of stock in forco.
Tho value of
is now na fol-
tho diiferent series
Sctics Paid In.
Ou the samo date tho report of
tlin Klin Frntinini'n mill Onlrlntirl
Mutual Loan Association showed
tho following results: Assets,
$235,125 15; paid in by share-
noiaers, iMou.'ioi ou oarninga,
.854,690 65, and tho valuo of tbo
diiferent series of stock iu as fol
8crles I'uld in. Earnings. Hook value..
. S90 S35 42 , S125 42
,. 78 27 36 105 30
. 66 19 48 85 48
. 54 13 88 67 88
. 42 8 17 50 17
.. 30 4 52 34 52
.18 1 71 19 71
.0 33 6 33
Thoro aro now in force 3584
shares of stock.
The laBt roport of tho Honolulu
Association showed: Assets S106,
515.15; puid in by shareholders
$74,028.00; oarnings 30,733.02,
nud the valuo of tho diiferent
series of stock to be as follows:
Scilcs Paid In. Eirnius, Hook valuo.
Tho total numbor of shares in
forco on Juno 30th was 184IA.
The above figures show that tho
propoitiou ot profits on tho
amount paid in has boon much
greater iu tho Honolulu associa
tion than tho others. It will bo
noticed that tho local society is
suos a now borieB every six mouths,
whilo tho serios of tho othors aro
twolvo months apart. To ascer
tain tho (lifTerei)co in favor of tho
Honolulu concern take tho near
est amounts paid in by tho differ
out shareholders and contrast tho
profits. For instnnco, with SC6
paid in by tliofc'au Francisco and
Oakland association tho earnings
woro $19.48, while for tho samo
amount paid iu tho local society
tho earnings woreS32.61,aml for $75
paid in by tho Italian-Swiss asso
ciation tho oarnings woro only
$26.96 for n nino months longer
period. Othor similar comparisons
show equally favorablo results for
tho Honolulu association.
W I KfiiLl Tijj