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HONOLULU, H. L, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN,
Published ovory day except Sunday nt
210 King Stroot, Honolulu, H. L
Por Month, anywhere in the Ha
waiian IslandB .$ 7i
Por Year. f. 0
For Year, postpaid to Ainurioa,
Canaan, or Mexico 100
Per Yenr, pontpnld, other Forolgn
Countrloa 13 00
Pnynblo Invariably In Advunoo.
Telephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
"Will relievo tlio most dis
tressing cough, soothe
tlio inllamcd membrane,
loosen the phlegm, and
Induce refreshing sleep.
Por tlio euro of Croup,
Whopping Cough, Sore
Throat, .and all the pul
monary troubles to which
tho young aro so liable,
there is no other remedy so effect
A Record of neariy 60 years
Gold Mcdeb at the World's Chic! Expositions, i
?- Tlio name, Ajrr'R tlixrrjr lw tornt,
It liraiulii'iit on tlit)w.ip.-t nnd Is bluwn
III till' Jjlllll til t'liell bottle. T.iUu no cliosip
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tlio Ttopublio of Hawaii.
The UxvuntsiaNKD beg to nn
nonuoo that .from and after
b mno BETCD
bo served ON
To moot tlio times and competi
tion, it will bo furnished at
I2tc!s. Per Olass
Wo qnoto from letter of tho
Auheuser-lfnneli Browing Asso
ciation, dated August 8th:
"Vourlionorublc linn having renieetiled
us for bo tuiinj i.un ..e it Hevc it usole-s to
call your attention to tlio merlin of our nrtl
clc, but we hlmiiUl like to repeat nynln niul
call your atti'iitlim lo the fact tliat oura la
THE ONLY I'lMf BAIII.EV MALI' 1IEEK
MANUKAC'I'l'ltED, and uom cerealliiu and
otlier ailulit'rjntb us ull m :icld, for the
in oserval ion of licer, ro unknown In our es
tublUhincnt. Willi tlio above Jm may go
before the put!1- 'ti "U." uauie."
No encomium of ours can add to
tho high reputation of Anheusor
3oor. Its introduction , in any
and every umrltut makes it an
immediato favorite. It stands
without a peer, without a rival,
without ovon a competitor. It
recoived th h'ghpst awards at tho
Columbian Exnnaition. Tho re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho prevailing price of
12 Cents Pku Glass,
places it within tho reach of all,
and ho iB a wiso man who gets
tho best quality for tho loast
ITOFSRUNE & CO.,
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
IHM WORK tfi' FUi:NT.1I IHl'1.9
MAOY AT tWNSTAMtlitOI'l.l',,
kldJlt Iijh Hid AVorWI
Tlio l'rriddoiilftl 'ill
t I'.iriipii 2t'mc.
John Wnamakor has bought
the bankrupt business of tho late
A. T. Siewnrt of New York r.nd
will run it in connection with his
Philndelp im concprns. Tho
price is ru unrod nt "2,000,000.
Alexander McDonald of ir
niniu. TTnitod StntH Minialor to
'' Persia, is dangerously ill nt
1 Louis Grimm of Cleveland, tho
holder of the 'American twenty
' four-hour in-door record, is mon-
tally uub.ilauced .from tho effects
of his remnrkablo race in the
Windy City last wepk. Grimm
rode 480 miles nud 1115 yards in
ttwonty throe .and one half hours,
breaking tho American record thnt
ho had previously established by
more than thirty three miles.
Daniel J. Daley, a former Ohi
cago policeman, committed sniaido
by taking carbolio acid. He was
injured by an anarchist bomb 'in
tho Hayniarktit riots, -whereby Jio
I was disabled and lus mind af
'fected. A jury has been easily obtained
' in San Francisco to try seven
i supervisors for corruption on tho
I accusation of tho graud jury.
All is quiet nt Loadville, but tho
strike situation is unchanged.
Corbott 1ms baoked out of the
iight with Sharkey because neither
of tho San Francisco clubs want
ing tho event had deposited any
money. Ho 'says ho will now
arrange for n fight with Eitzsim
rxtous. Soven lives lost and $1,000,000
worth of property destroyed iB
tho record of tho storm which
swept Savannah from 11:80 a. m.
until 12:15 p. m. September .29.
Other towns also suffered. A
severe storm struck Hew xork
city the satno day.
The Dupout Powder Works,
Gibbstown, N. J., has just finish
ed the nmnufnctuio of 1,000,000
pounds of dynamite. Jt is rumor
ed it is for tho Cuban insurgents.
Chauncoy Depow and Miss
Edith Collins, his ward, are to bo
married this month.
The Phijadolphia cricketers woro
defeated in tho second match with
tho Australians by an inning and
John It. Gentry, ntEigby Park,
Portland, Mo., on Soptombor 24,
paced the fastest mile evor made
in linrncss and placed tho world's
record at 2.00J.
Dr. Lewis of Low Observatory,
Cal., announced to Harvard Col
lego Observatory that on Sunday
night ho saw a Binull, bright comot
one degree east of tho sun.
Oflicials of the Carnegio Com
pany deny that tho llussians stole
armor plato trade socrots.
William C. Whitney nnd Mre.
Edith S. llnndolph wore mar
ried at 13ar Harbor, Maine, Sep
tember 2i). They had only been
engaged threo days. Ono of tho
earliest telegrams of congratula
tion was from President Cleve
land, iu whoso first Cabinet tho
bridegroom was Secretary of tho
Tho coasting steamer Umatilla
ran ashore nt Point Wilson on tho
morning of the 29th ult. She
struck a submerged rock and is
likoly to bo a total wreck. Tho
paBBongors, baggage and perish
able freight woro taken to Port
Townsond on a towod bargo. Tho
Umatilla is known in Honolulu,
having filled a short break in tho
direct sorvico of tho Oceanio com
pany. Andrew Carnogio, in a letter to
tho London Times, contends that
American farmers aro fairlypros
porous, although they aro discon
tented because thoir produce does
not command tho fonnor prices.
Mr. Carnogio predicts an ovor-
whelraing victory for McKiuloy I
an tho approaching elections.
THE PIIEBIDENTML OAMPAIOtS.
Republicans aro making strouu-'
ous efforts to eocuro tho olooiornl
vote of Texas.
It is claimed that Now Etgliinrl
and Pennsylvania will go -solid
for McKinley. Ponnsylvunia ia
expoctcd to givo half a million
mojority for protection.
Indiana l'opuiiBts in conven
tion reBolvod to nominate live
Populist nud ton Democratic
Bryan addressed an immonso
meeting in Tammany lull, JJew
York, tho night of the 2S?Mi. At
tho close ho and Sewall seemed
exhausted by tho ho.tt. Tho
streets wero blocked with people
in all directions. A'tor the meet
ing Bryan departed for tlfpiSouth.
Arthur Sewall admits iu a let
ter that he inserts tho gold clause
iu Bhippiug charters, excusing it
on tho ground that it has been the
practice for forty years.
Wilbur F. Porter has beou
nominated fer Governor of Now
York by tho Domoorats in place
of Timelier, declined and a gold
Homicide was discussed at tho
morning session of the National
Prison Association, Milwaukeo,
Sept. 29. It -was concluded that
the census taken on tho subject
and that tho magazine editorial on
it partake lurgoly of the nature of
sensational journalism, that tho
world is growing bettpr, and that
homicide is on tlio decrease.
Dr. Frederick H. Wines offered
resolutions, which wero adopted,
calling for tho -appointment of it
committee with which Audrow D.
White is called upon to act to re
port nt tho uoxt auuual session
upon tho question whether homi
cide in tho United States 'is in
creasing more rapidly than the
dncrenso in population. Reports
woro read on crimiunl law reform
And immigration and crime.
LOTS OF GOLD.
Tho Diroctor of the Mint at
Washington, Sept. 29, haB re
ceived a telegram from tho San
T?pnnniortn Afitrif o(n(!nn tlinf n limit
JL illtllVIOXiU J.U.JUI. QllHIUU 111(1 1; UUUUV
S4,000,000 was expected to urrivo
tli oro from Australia a wool: from
next Friday. Information also
comes from London that the Batik
of England expeots to lose $5,000,
000 before tho ond of tho week.
Both shipmeuts are expected ulti
mately to reach the Treasury, to
gether with the amount already iu
sight, which would bring tho gold
approximately to $135,.
Tho Berlin correspondent of
tho Standard says thoro has been
serious rioting and bloodshed iu
tho province of Posen, aud tho
old question of partitioning it
among the neighboring provinces
is being ventilated.
It is reported that as an out
come of Emporor Francis Joseph'
visit to Bucharest tho King of
Roumanin has promised to join
tho Droibund, while Austria and
Roumunia have agreed to hold
tho Dnnubo as a sacred trust
whatt-vor happens iu tho East.
George Du Maurior tho novel
ist is conliiii'd to his bed iu Lou
don with an affection of the heart
Dynamiter Tynan will bn re
leased immediately after tho Czar
The Bank of England has ad
vanced the minimum rato of dis
count to 3 por cent, being nn ad
vance of 1 per ceut iu a mouth. It
iB believed tho ndvauco will only
exert a temporary restraining in
fluence on the outilow of gold.
Edward J. Ivory, alias Edward
Boll, the Now York saloon koopor
charged with being connected
with tho Tynan dynamite con
spiracy, is on trial in tho Bow
etrcot police court, London.
The Czar and Czarina rocoived
a grand reception, arrangements
for which woro conducted by the
Princo of Wales, on thoir visit to
Quoon Victoria at Balmoral. A
complaint that tho Czar bIiowb
FOR SMUGGLING JEWELRY
OAITIIUR!" A JilUXENK HEM.EK
in xtir. act.
HU IVreon lYolsliti-tl Down With
IVnteltci uml Jeurlry-ArtArlcs
S-ii Op In Hit ClutliJiii:.
One of tho incoming passengers
by tho Btonmship Doric last night
was E. Hoshino, a Japanese
watch maker and jowoW of Nuu-
ruuu street. After lie oame down
'the gangway ho was Btoppod by
Port Survoyor Geo. C. Strato
moyer, and askeil if ho had any
dutiable goods about his clothes.
His hat was lifted goutly off his
head nud inspected, and thou ho
was requested to removo his coat.
Hoshino took a paper out of
ono of tho coat pockets as ho com
plied with tho request. Deputy
Oolloctor F. B, McStocknr sooth
ingly carpBBed tho body of tho
merchant, in that process discov
ering hard substances between
tho layers of tho waistcoat. Furth-
or investigation revealed five gold !
watchos aud cards of diamonds i
Bewn up in the front of tho gar-
ment, and in tho back lining also i
cards of diamonds, pins, rings,
etc. The pockets of tho waist- i
coat turned out silver watches, i
chainB.and assorted jewelry- Ho
shino waB literally burdened with , silver mug or a pail. The quan
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a stock of dutiable goods on which
ho had vainly hoped to ovado pay
ing tho statutory tribute.
Tho search took placo in tho
Pilot's ollice. Hoshino was taken
to tho police station and charged
with smuggling. His case was
called in tho District Court this
morning and postponed uutil tho
'miIii1ii ITIrdrrifiir Dead.
Captain Alex. McGregor, for
many years master of tho Wilder
steumer Mokolii, died at his homo
fltia mnrninri TTn wna n ninmUni
of Hawaiian Lodge. F. & A. M., 1
and will be buried with irmnnnif( I
honors. The fuuoral will take I
placo from tho Masonic Tomplo
on Sunday afternoon, tho delay
boing to await tho arrival of n
brother. E. A. Williams, under
taker, has charge of the arrange
ments. Captain McGrogor was a man
of gonial temperament, agreeable
to business men and popular in a
wide circle of acquaintances.
ried, but loaves a mother and two
i,-Mi,ora t ,nr.. 1.,'u naa Mia
exact age waB unknown at tho
Btonmship office, but ho was about
4(5 or 47. Ho ontored tho employ
of tho Wilder Steamship Company
over twenty years ago as ongineor
of tho Kilauea, tho pioneer steam
er of tho Hoot. Ho was trans
ferred to tho Mokolii whon bIio
whb put into service and has been
with her over since.
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Too Hindi l'imt Driving.
The littlo book of hack regula
tions published by authority of
the Minister of tho Interior on
April 1st last, contains nothing
about tho speed at which horses
may bo drivon. At prosont many
hackdrivers seem to think thoy
not only have tho right of way at
all times, places and hours, but
also tho privilogo of driving as
fast as they please. It haB been
suggested that tho Marshal detail
ono of tho mounted policuwhocan
throw a lariat, and lot him ropo
in a lot of reckless drivers of
hacks aud privato vehicles, as woll
as a fow " scorchers."
Tho charge of an nffray against
two native women, nn account of
which was givou in yesterday's
papor, waa nolle pros'd in tho
police court this morning. Tho
sumo order was mado in tho case
of Papu, accuHod of battering ono
Tho decision in
tailing liquor case
has been re-
1 served to the 21st.
TUB HAWAIIAN HAND.
Arrlvc In Nun J'rnnclei to l'lnjr n
Tho San Francisco Bulletin of
September 28 has the following:
The Hawaiian Baud and Glee
Club, which is to appear tit tho
Orpheum this wcok, is led by
I Professor Libornio, a young man
i whoso musical education was
gained nt Madrid. Ho was for
years loader of King Kalakaua's
royal band and gained fame by
I his tour of tho world with tho
Spanish Students. Tho band and
gloe club will appear at tho Or-
phoum every night in connection
with the regular vaudeville per
formance, but in order that the
public may have an opportunity
to hear them in full concert spe
cial matinees will bo given Tues
day, Thursday and Friday after
noons. At these matinees tho en
tire cntortuiument will bo by the
band nnd gloe club.
If you want to cat go to a res
taurant. If you want to drink go
to u saloon, and if you want a
good drink of tho best beer on tho
markot go to the Pantheon. No
silver mugs (glaBs is good enough
- or a tuirsty man;, no ciam
chowder. Iu fact no Chiuoso hash
house in ours. Just plain Enter
priso booi. No first awards or
medals noeded. If you got ono
glass you want two and you don't
enro whether you drink it out of a
tity of Eutorpriso boor conBumod
iu Honolulu equals that of nil
other beers combined. Call at
JiMra llmiii Prnn
Djiiiihcq In llio Jtlmttrrov.
Tho causo which compollod tho
Monterey to return to Maro isl
and for repairs was a collision
with a Norwogian steamer, snys
the San Francisco Chronicle. Tlio
indentation in tho jnonitor's side,
below tho armor plate, is plainly
discernible. Tho heavy armor
plates withstood tho shock and
1"1'8 nlono savc& tuo Coast dofonso
vessel from Biuking. Tho boiler-
niakerB will retubo tho Scotch
which have boon burnt
Acciuvil of Siiiueclliiif Nllk.
After a long Fcarch Ollicer
Toma finally arrested a Japanese
named Gotanda Jinzu, who is
charged with concealing dutiable
goods. The ullulavit on which tho
warrant was isbugiI was Bworu to
by J; l' Collaco, a custom houso
omployo. He is accused of hav-
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ing in his possossion about buUU
worth of silk goods on which no
duty has been paid aud for which
he can show no invoices.
Judge Auallii'o Ac
Ill the death notice of tho late
Judge AtiBtin, copied olsewhoro
from tho Hilo Tribune, his ago is
given ns 73 years. His lottor to
Chief Justice Judd quoted by this
papor oxpressed tho hope that ho
might attain liia eighty iirst year
iu liarnoss, which some pooplo
gave tho moaniug, beyond tho
language, that his next birthday
would have beou tho nighty-first.
Money In CIiuii)!.
Among recent instruments re
corded aro agreements jeduoibg
tho rato of interest on existing
mortgages. Many people aro bor
rowing mouoy at 0 por cant, to
tako up mortgages on which 9
and 10 per cent, has boon paid
heretofore. In many instances
tho old mortgagooB accopt a lower
rato of interest rattier than lose a
Nrenmer Lino lo Vuneciiiyer.
Information haB boon roceivdj
at Vancouver that tho British In
dia Steam Navigation Company
of London will establish a )lnu
botweon Now Zoalaud nnd Van
couver. Tho lirst Btoamor, tho
Avouch, whs to loavo Now Zealand
about Octobor 8.
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR
Till: .-HIMrtlCV AEfT V R1INSI.1
IN CIIIXA A.NI Jtl'AN.
Colniu-I do V.'nuitrlt n 1'ns.eiiffOi- mi
lh Itnrlo Vt Wllti Nui-hIirI
Yniinmatii In llio Wnr.
Among the through passengers
tho Doric is Colonel do
Wogack, for five years past mili
tary ugi'iit of Russia, iu Ohinn ond
Japau, who accompanied Li
Hung Chang on Iub trip through
out Europe, and as far as New
The colonel is ono of thu most
distinguished military men iu tho
Orient, according to Tho Call. Ho
served all through tho Chinese
Japanese war, and wan an eye
witness to most of tho groat bat
tles. He loft the Orient in April
last, and waB with Li Hung
Chung at tho coronation of tlio
Czar. Ho then attended the great
exhibition in London with him,,
nud afterward accompanied tho
noted Chiuoso to Paris aud other
"I waB in tho Japauoso nrmy
with Marshal Yamagata," Haiti
Colonel do Wogack. "I went
with him through Koreu, and was'
also with him iu Manohuriu. I
saw a great many of tho engage
ments, witnessing them for my
Government nnd studying tho
"Then with tho second nrmy, I
was at Port Arthur, soeing tho
great contest thoro, and so con
tinued until tho closo of tho war.
"ThoditTerenco between Japan
and China in this war was, that
Japan had trained soldiers. Of
course she hod good warships and
they wore well manned, and tho
arms on sea and on shoro woro all
that could bo desired. China had
good arms too, but her soldier
woro not trained; tho differonco
waa in tho training.
"So far as tho Btory of tho press
dispatches ia concerned, that tho
purposo of the visit of Li Hung
Chang to tho different countries
of the world was preparatory to
opening tho porta of China, I be
lieve tho ports nro all pretty well
oponed now. Li Hung Chang lias
stood his trip woll, notwithstand
ing' tho fact that ho is 74 years
old. I got a lottor from some of
his frionds since my arrivnl hero,
and thoy tell mo that he got
through in excellent conditiou.
"Now aa to tho story that Rne
Bia is about to tako possession of
Korea, it seems to mo that Russia
doeB not intend to do this or it
would have been dono long ago.
She could havo taken possession
of the country at any timo sho de
sired, but Russia did not do so,
and, as I uuderstaud it, sho only
wants that Korea shall remain an
independent country. You know
tho Government thero has not
boon very stable for a good while,
"Aa. for Japan losing Formosa,
as haa also been roported, I see no
renson why it should Iobo that
country. Thoro is nobody thoro
except Homo Chinese and Borne
natives that it can easily keep in
subjection, and thero iB no tiauso
whatever that 1 can boo why Japan
should Ioso Formosa."
lloiluul -llnat Cluti.
Twelve moro applications for
membership wero rocoived by tho
directors of tho Hoalani Yacht
and Boat Club last night. A com
mittee of -threo was oppoiutedto
prepare an omondment to tho
bylaws providing for tho admis
sion of associate mombors to tho
lub. A proposition was submit
ted for building a four-oared shell
for tho club, and waB roferrodto
Captain Geo. R. Carter.
California Republicans nro pro
paring for a monster excursion to
call on MoKiuloy nt Canton, Ohio.
Tho faro for tho round trip will
bo $72.50. Tho Union Leaguo
Club of San Fraucisco haB tho
affair in hand. '