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r Vol. II. No. 423. HONOLULU, H. I., SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1896. ' Pkiok 5 Cknts. Jl
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day oxcopt Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro in tho Ha
waiian Islands $ 7o
Per Year. ti IX'
For' Year, postpaid to Amoiica,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, uJhor Foreign
Oountrioa 13 00
Fnyalilo Invariably 1" Advance.
Xelophono 250. P. 0. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
The Undkhsionkd beg to nn
nouneo that from and after
Thursday Night, Oct 1,16
Will bo Borvod ON
To meet tho times and competi
tion, it will be furnished at
I2?cts. Per Glass
Wo quote from letter of tho
Auheusor-Buseh Browing Asso
ciation, dated August 8th:
"Your lionornlilo firm having represented
us for o many Mars wo bjllec It usclc-s to
call our attention to ibis media of our arti
cle, but wii'eliiiulil lll.u to repeat again and
call jour attention to the fmt that mini Is
TI1K ONLY ITItK BAULKY MALI' HECK
.MANUr'ACiUKKD, and torn etreallnc and
other adulteiauts an well us aclds; for the
preservation of bier, are unknown In our es
tablishment. With the nboio joil may go
beloru the iiulillc In our name."
No encomium of ours can add to
(,Mio n'Bu reputation of Anheusor
,i.Woor. Its introduction in any
nml every murkot malces it an
immediato favorite. It stands
without a peer, without a rival,
without uvon 11 competitor It
recoived tho highest awards at tho
Columbian Exposition. The re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho prevailing prico of
12 Cknis Pkr Glass,
places it within tho reach of all,
and ho is a wiso man who gets
tho best quality for tho least
MACFilniBNE & CO.,
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itn;l( tibout your Lawn iTravols
in u Htrnlght lino or a circle. Stops autom
atically. Sot for any lougth of Iiobo.
gST" No such Spiinklcr hns ever been
placed ou tho tuiirket befoie.
Come and See It.
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LOTS AT WA1KIKI
Thoro ore G Lots nt Waiki
ki, lying on the "Wnikiki sido
of Knlia lload fur sale, about
11 G feet makai of Waikiki
Thoso lots will bo sold for
cash or on installment plan.
SS5 For furthor particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
"Real Estate Broker. 1 0 West.
" Ir ii i-i Mnnf
Aug. 18, 189G. 384-lm
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A TERRIBLE CASE
Mrn. li. AV'ynlt, of Tort Kami, Wnt
Illnilinm-sli, So. Austrnlln, writes of
tin' niil condition nt Iter llttln llnliRli
tor, whoso portrait alio nlso sends!
"My dalislitpr was ntnictcd with
Krzctnii of tli most agKravatcd
type. Tho disu.iso first appeared in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
uegan to fall out, and in unite of
the best medical udvico anil treat
ment she grow steadily worse. Tho
sores were full of matter and wero
extremely offensive. Her eyes be
came affected, and she was, in truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
wero very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded me to trv Ajer's Sarsa
parilla, and I am most thankful to
bo ablo to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health. Sho has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, her eyes are peifectly well,
nnd sho is a flue girl of eight years
with every prospect of growing up
to bo a strong and healthy woman."
Cold Medah at the World's Chltl Expositions.
HolliSter DlW CO., Ltd.
OOlOillfUUlH lOriUO WUUUU OinuWUU.
IN TUB ,
October 3, 1890
llENBFIT TKNDKIIED TO
By Co. "B," N. G. H.
Fine Cast !
New Music !
Tickets, - $1.00
Y.M.C.A, Evening School
Sept. 21st, and will continue
for Two Terms of
13 Weeks Each.
Classes will bo nrirnnUul In liool.-Utcnlnu,
Klomenlurj ami Advanced "limthuml, 1e
m rltlnj;, Vocal and Instrumentiil MukIo, the
llauallnn l,anpiiai;e. Heading, Wrltlnir, etc.
All ClutHe-uiro Irtu to members; to others u
fto of f .' ill bu charged.
tif For futlher Information, read our
pamphlet or ring up 4J7. Ut)7-lm
Notice is hereby cjven that I, tlao mulor
fiipned, bus this day given u full power cf
nttornoy to Mr. Au Con (Jhee, of Knpan,
Island of Kauai, who will net for mo
daring my absent o from tho Islands.
Datodatlianalei, Knnai.Aug 31st, 1800.
390-lm TAM (SEE 8BE.WO.
A Postal Savings Hank Deposit Hook
(No, 1355) iu favor of Mm. Lucy Btevons.
riudor plettso icturn to Dui.u.tin Offlco.
U 1 iiu uniiuruii.i.ui.u ivm li :i i t.: n. iii mini 1111.1 uuni uumm ui.11 111 ui uuuut. mvwiim
IIOU' TI1K EMlMItn OTTlIh SUI.TAN
I'nrlj-Hevcii IIIIom oflliittor.v Crmrnril
IIIIIk IVovldol llli 1'niirIIun-
dreit nml Halili-Sicn iiiih.
Now that tho eyes of tho wholo
world aro turned on Constantino
ple, and a British fleet of forty
seven VPHsels is only awaiting tho
order to forco tho passage of the
Dmdanolles, a description of tho
work cut out for tho English ud
mirnl will bo of interest.
Between her capital and tho
impending danger Turkey, has tho
Dardanelles, with its forty-seven
miles of battory-crowned hills of
far greater itnportauco to her de
fense than her small and inuflici
ent fleet. In the hands of any
other power tho passage of theso
straits by a hostilo fleet would bo
uttorly impossible, but just how
much of an obstacle they will
provo should tho British fleet at
tempt to forco a passage it is
difficult to Bay.
From tho Aegean mouth to tho
Marmora ontrnuco is forty-sevon
miles, with n cenoral width of
, threo or four miles. In soma
' places, however, it is much nar
1 rower and with a difficult channel
nnd swift currents. At Ohninak
Kalcsi, fifteen miles from the
Aegean mouth, it is less than a
mile from shorn to shore, and tho
clear pushngo way not more than
500 yards in width. At Nnghara
point, some distance fmthorup, it
, fortresses on tho hills of both the
13 about tho snmo, nnd with the
nlinnnna nt tnrnin
K a nafisnGO aro
at least problematical, to say no
thing of tho torpedoes with which
tho chnuuol is said to bo every
As to the condition and equip
ment of tho various fortresses and
batteries, reliable figures aro from
tho nature of tho case very hard
to get. A late issue of tho Sailing
Diroctious for tho British Navy
gives tho following, and is very
probnbly not far from tho mark:
Tho Aegoau entrance is gunrdod
by tho two fortresses Sedil or
Seddah Bahr or now cnstlo of Eu
rope ou tho west sido, and Kum
Kaleh or now castlo of Asia ou tho
other. Thoso mount twonty-fivo
guns each, most of which aro said
to bo of Armstrong and Krupp
make. Further up Shakim Ka-leh-Bi,
on tho European Bide, hns
fifteen guns, and Kephir, nearly
Then comes at tho narrow
throat of tho Straits Charnak
Kalcsi, or old castlo of Asia, on
tho one sido, and Kalid Bahr, or
old castlo of Europe, on the othor.
Tho first has three soparato forts,
mounting together 182 guns, and
tho other two forls, with fifty four
guns. Next comes Namnzioh Du-
unbuma and Cham Kaleh, on tho
west side. Threo forts with thirty
throo guns, and Mejedioh and
Besuh Kaleh on tho opposito
shore, with two forts and twenty
uino guns. And Instly Kiiuloy
nnd Bokn Kaleh, near Gallipolis,
with two forts and forty two guns,
and Nnghara point on tho Asiatic
sido, with two forts nnd sixty four
Those givo a total of 1G7 mount
cd guns on the European side and
318 on tho Asiatic sido, -187 iu all.
Thoro are a number of guns in
each of thebo fortresses that are of
modern build and loug cnlibor,
but tho lnrgor numbor aro of old
and obsolete stylos. Mnny of
them were intended to throw balls
made of marblo and granito, nnd
those can still bo soon pilod uonr,
ready for uso, Bomo of them GOO
pounds in weight. They wero
used with soma offect on Admiral
Hornby's fleet when ho forced ft
passage in 1878, but it is doubtful
if they would do moro than jar
such ships nB tho Ramillies and
TiftfiviiifT llm vnrvr imnnrfniii nln-
mont of torpedo defouso out of tho
quostion, and thero is littlo doubt
tbnt with his largo number of
heavily armed ships of tho latent
build, and the readiness to sacri
fico notno of thorn if tho occasion
requires, that Sir Culmo Seymour
can biIoiico nnd dinmantle every
fort on both sides tho Dardanelles
nnd bo in front of Constantinople
withiri a very short time if ho
unco determines to mnko tho pas
sago. oi.i: lo,
j liuilcl, and tho rendinesB to sneri- jMm
Cast il Cliutnrlrr mill N1io1m of I lie
This ovening tho long expected
complimentary benefit tendered
by Company B to Robeit Scolt,
the vellknown comedian, comes
off at tho diill shed, when tho
Scandinavian dialect comedy of
"01oDlesou" will bo pi03cnted
with tho following cast of charao-
OloOlsou, ben ou des Kontry
vou yaro femt mont and sax wake,
u t. q,.w. n i. ..;..n: at. :....!
xi.i.uuun, u.jj.uiuuiouiiinjn:, ,
warm ncurtcu out erratic, uuas
ltanihey; Paul Jordan, who aspires
to till dead men's shoes, A. L.
Morris; Jefferson Bnssett, Agnes'
first husband, H. C. Bickerton;
John Lidd, W. H. Storoy; Police
man, Geo. Otterson; Mrs. Agues
Jordan, with a truo mother's hoart,
Mrs. Lawrence; Geunie Dimple,
with a ready tongue, plucky spi
rit and loyal nuturo, Mrs. Chas.
D. Wilson; MrB. Bridget OTlan
nigau, ou tho warpath for hus
band number 2, Mrs. Geo. Otter
son; Philip, Master Lawrence.
Act I Mrs. Jordan's Villa.
Arrival of Ole Olson. Act II Tho
house of poverty. Tho nbductiou.
Act III Jordan it Co.'s Powder j
Mill. Tho rescue. Act IV Draw
ing room in tho Jordan residence
Happiness. Incidontnl Music to
the Comedy. Act V "Yon Yon
son Yum pod His Yob." "Yon
Yonson's Party." Act VI "Tho
Parrot," by 11. L. Scott. Tyrolean
Duet, Ole and Gonnio.
AT 7IAKi:i: ISLAM.
I'roarnm ror lltn Kami I'onccrt Tomor
The regulnr concert will bo giv
en b.y tho govornmont band nt
Makeo Island tomorrow nftornoou
at 3 o'clock. Tho new bandstand
is finished and will bo used. Tho
program is givon bolow:
The Old Hundredth.
Overture lphlyenla (Jluck
Miserere -II Trovatorc Verdi
Chorus ImiuliausLr Wanner
Selection Marltaua Wallace
Selection Herald Angils Be cr
(Slorla 12th Mas Morart
Kautatla Aw aUcnlnf- of the Lion .. Kontzky
Overture MiinnurluKof the r'on.6t..I)oull!on
At Emma Niiimre.
Following is tho program ar
ranged by Professor Borger for
the band .concert ntEmma Squaro
at 4:30 this afternoon:-
Overture Light Cavalry 8uppe
Ilallau Lust Watch I'lnsutl
Fantasia -Let's Be a Soldier Kllcnhtri;
Selection Eriuul Verdi
Wal Iz Sultana liuccutostl
March- LI Capita bousa
IC 1 1 It'll It u MtjtorliPt.
Now York, Sept. 1G. James
Tumor, a truckman, was watohing
tho parade Tuesday night, when a
BKyrocKet ignited ly ono ot tho
parnders struck him in tho mouth,
passed a short distanco into his
throat and exploded. Turner was
romoved to tho hospital, whoro ho
Mill) to Will.
The people recognlro and npprcclntu rial
merit. That Is why Hood's Sarsaparilla has
tho largest sales In tliu world. Merit In me
dicine means tho pouer to cure. Hood's Sar
saparilla cuics absolutely, permanently
curis. II Is tho One Truo llluod l'uilller. Its
superior merit Is an established fact, and me
Hood's I'u.ls aro easy to take, easy to
operate. Cure Indigestion, headache,
p"8 Sow was fined bo
I costs for heedless driving.
WHAT TUPV ROTH HI AIM flFATH HP .llinHF AII.QTIM XM
Mckinley roncts sTiriEi run aiii'i jritiii kxi'ikis OH
Mini 27H ri.rcroiiAi. voirs. sduiilnlv at wai.iii:a. ,3jH
1 - t 'JSm
tin- lirmovrnt tlon'l .clnliii
York 'liter Exited (( lViict
(ho Ite.l of Hip I'.irtlt.
Oouoral Orovor of Athens,
Ohio, is known nB tho McKiuley
statistician, nnd tho remarkable
ninnnor in which his foreenst of
McKinloy's Btrongth was verified
in tho St. Louis convention gives
his statements nnd claims consi
derable u eight. On Soptomber
20th, at tho request of members of
tho pross, ho gave out tho follow-
ing tablo ot estimates ot tho pro
b(lblo resuIt o tho coming 0icc.
The six Now England States,
I with thirty-nino electornl votes,
1 will go to McKinloy, so I head
j my tablo as follows:
!Now England 39
!Now York 3G
Now Jersey 10
West Virginia G
Wisconsin ....'.- 12
South Dakota .- 1
Oregon ' i
Washington . . .. 1
Horo is a total of 278 votes, or
54 moro than sufliciant to elect,
nil of which aro practically sure
for McKinloy. I corao to some
Stntes which aro still in doubt,
but which, under tho high tide of
Republican success now sweeping
ovor tho country, will bo almost
sure to voto for McKinloy if not
all of them, at least n very largo
proportion of them, to wit:
North Caroliua 11
North Dakota 3
Hero aro thirty-fivo doctoral
votes, from which McKinloy will
surely recoivo enough to mnko
good any nccidont that may befall
tho total of 278. Of tho remain
Total ,."! Gl
Aro ono or moro of them within
tho lino of possibility, I might nl
most say reasonable probability?
I concede to Bryan and Watson,
or Bryan and Sewall, or Bryan
and whoever it may bo at tho right
Floi ida 4
South Carolina 9
Thoso aro practically suro for
tho opposition, although thoro
may bo a possible disputo oven
along that line.
Now for tho Domoorntio claims.
On Soplombor 17th, or just threo
days previous to tho publication
of Gonornl Grovor'a figures, tho
press buroau at National Demo
cratic hoadquarters of Chicago
is8uod tho following Btatomont:
Continued on 5th ljc.
III) Vt'liM llif Olilftt !Tf mticr nfllm lln.
milliin Ilnr Tltc I'miclal 'lake
Tho steaninr KenullOU) which
arrived fiom Hawaii this morn
ing, brought intelligence, of tho
death of Judgo Stafford L. Austin,
which occurred suddenly yester
day at 10 o'clock nt Waimoa from
npoploxy. Private letters to rela
tives hero confirm tho sad news.
Tho deceased jurist was on tho
way to Kohala where ho was to
hoar some probata matters on
Tuesday. Ho was acoompauied
by hisdaughtor Hattio, who was
with him nt tho end.
Tho deceased jurist was 71 years
of ago last April and was a native
of Buffalo, New York. Ho came
to tho islands iu tho early 'SO,
having been admitted to tho Ha
waiian bar by tho Superior Court
ou Septombor 8th, 1852. Ho was
appointed Circuit Judge of Kohn
la on May 1, 1887, and on May 1,
1891, was reappointed under tho
now Practice Act, which provided
thnt tho oldest judgovBhould tako
both of tho Circuits of Hawaii in
one. Ho was reappointed to tho
position undor tho Republic.
Ho wns a brother of the late
Jjustiee James W. Austin, who
was admitted to tho Hawniinn bar
in 1851 and was appointed Second
Associate Justico of tho Supreme.
Court on Juno 10, 18G8, and re
signed after Borving ono year. Bo
died abroad ou tho 15th of Octo
ber of last year.
Judgo Austin leaves a wifo nnd
six children to mourn hjs loss.
Frank, tho oldest, is in California,
with his brothers Wallis, John
and Ephrnim. Bart, tho second ;
son, is tho nssossor nt Hilo, and
Hattio, tho only daughter, was
with her father at his death. Mrs.
Austin left Ililo on a sailing ves
sol somo weekB ago and is now
supposed to bo in California visit
ing hor children. Tho sad news
of her husband's death will go
forward by tho Australia today.
Judgo Austin's remains aro be
ing conveyed from Wnimoa to Hi
lo, whoro tho funornl will tako
placo tomorrow afternoon. He
wns halo and hearty for his years.
nnd ins death was quite uuoxpect-
oinco coming to moso lsianas
Judge Austin has lived almost en
tirely on Hawaii, whoro ho had
largo business interests. At one
timo ho wnB almost tho solo owner
of Onomea plantation, but after
words disposed of his ontiro inter
At a mooting of the Bar Associ
ation this forouoon, tho following '
committees wero appointed to
draft memorial resolutions for
tho lato Judgo Austin nud Mr.
Austin committoo E. P. Dole,
Gardner K. Wilder and J. K.
Nawahi committee W. S. Ed
ings, J. M. Kanonkua and E
Tho lesolutions will bo present
ed to tho Supiemo Court ntlO
o'clock Monday with appioprinto
II I it Not Illiow IIIn On ll Ship.
Tho similarity in tho outer ap
pearance of tho twin BtonniHhips
Australia and Zealandin has beon
pi esei veil to a romarkablo decree
considering that they aro pretty
well along in yearB. Y'esterday
tho Australia- was scheduled to go
to tho sugar refinery to difiolmrgo
Bngarand did so. Whou Captain
H. O. Houdlotto, master of tho
Australia, visited tho Pacific-street
dock about noon, tho Zonlandiu
was occupying tho Australia's
borth. Tho captain romarked tho
fact that his vossol was there nnd
stood tho laugh and tho treat
whon ho found ho was mistaken,
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