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No. 427. HONOLULU, H. .t THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1896. Pkioe 5 Cents. jj
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published overy day oxcopt Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
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Por Year, postpaid, oihor Foreign
Countries 10 00
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B. L FINNEY,' Manager.
Tirr TTvntMmTaVKH hntt to nil
tmntmi 'tin! fp1111 niifl flftttl i
.U If II II If D I ill Hi 4i'iw iaii i-v.
THE ON RIVALED
"Will bo servp.1 ON DHAUGHT
To moot tho times nud competi
tion, it will b furnished lit
2tc!s. Per Olass
AVo qnoto from lotter of tho i
Anliiusor-i3nE-'ch Browing Asso-
.eiiitiou, dotott August 8th: - !
"Yourliomirnb'c firm linvlni: ruprcscnU'd i
for oo mam jtwra wi- billevo It tlt-ele- to f
enll vmir nttciitluti Id IIi inuiltn of mir aril-
clu. hut v Klmulil liUi! In repent n;;nh) and
call 011r nitviilimi in n ii uim iiur i
TtUl ONLY 1't'ltl- HAItl.KVMALTllBEi:
MANUFAC1UKEI, and corn curualluir and
otliur niliilnjuiiitsi n ivull n ald, for tlic
prucriitiiin (ir I'orr. uro iinkiionn In c.iirej
tnblbliiiiuiit. Willi lliu iibmu you n.ay go
beforu tliu puliliu In our name."
No eucomium of ours can add to
tho high ropntnJjon of Anheusnr
13oor. Its iutioiliiotioQ in any
nnd every miirket niakos it an
immedinto favorite. It hUukIu
witliout u neer. without n rival,
without even i comnotitor. It '
recoivt'd the hiyliest awards t tho
Columbian Exr-ositiou. The re
iduclion of tho draiipht I3eor to
Iho prevailing prieo of
12 Cunts Pi:h Gcss,
places it within iho rondi of all,
and ho is a wist man who gets
the beet quclitj for the least
MACFMftRE & CO.,
has a rig corner in
our hoavts. "Wo clothed
pupa when lie was a kid;
aim the practioo of coming
bore witJj h dad helped to
;iiako Hie pnges of history
tiLat io ropoating itself.
The little fellows liko us,
70 aond them homo clothed
an they should be. Tho big
follow likes us, 'causa
avo do it at so small
co3t. Tho youngsters
ready for sohool
have beon in our minds
must bo iu our ololhc-a.
I. LEYIHQSTON, - - Manner.
"SVaverloy Block, 0 Hotel street
t- Shirts Made to Order.
Piano For Sale.
t Square Benson Piano
Tor sale cheap for cabh. Apply to
Toot of Vineyard street.
Irritating and DIsHourlng IN THE HIGHER COURTS IN THE SUGAR MARKET SOME STAR BLUNDERS OF VICTORIA KAIULANI M
On the Foco, Cured "by
IVitmrltablo Experience of Mid Dorothy
Kaher, Fitzroy, Victoria, whoso portrait
wo aro privlli;jcd to glvo bolow:
JkVJ. . . .At
"I tnko plpiiHiiro In tcstlfyliig to
t!'o jir 'at bencllt I derived from
.AorV Siirsaparilla. I siiftered
J1-0111 ruptions on my face of a very
irritating nud M'Milioiis nature,
por a eonsidcviilili! time I oxpurl
liicnfr d with varions'so-callpd blood
mediriucs, but without any allovin
tion of my trouble. At last, your
fatuous Sarsaparilla lielng strongly
recommended to nie,,T began to use
it, ard after taking two bottles it
was most gratifying to sec and feel
the effect in allaying tho irritation
and seducing tho eruptions. AVhcn
I hud used three bottles the erup
tiono disappeared altogether, with
out leaving a mark or. my face, and
1 have never been troubled with
anyUiing of tho kind since."
Si! j VizMr. at the WorM't Chhf Cxpoiil'crs.
Ioliister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo AfrenlH for tho Ropchlio of Hawaii.
M tiii: roi.ICE CTlIltr,
I'orliijvi'o-e I.njorM null T'liclr
(,'lieuli .11 n lii! riilitlV" I.lvily.
In Judge de la Vergno'a court
this morning many pages of tho
record were covered with tho testi
mony in the enso of Joo do Fragn,
who is accused of assault and bat
tory with a weapon obviously
dangerous to humau life, viz: nu
oo or opoar, on tho person of
Manuel Ilaposa. Tho nssault
scorns to have been tho result of a
quarrel among tho women folk of
both families. Tho caso is being
bitterly fought by both cliouts
and lawyers, J.M. Vivas prosecut
ing and A. G. Correa defending.
It is still going on this afternoon,
nnd J. M. Camnra has his hands
full in intor.pretiug tho testimony
of the voluble witnesses.
Two Japs wore lined S3 oach
for ovor-indulging in sake which
led to a drunken tight.
Akima ploaded guilty of run
ning a banking gamo known as
lUissinu war and was fined $45
and S3 costs, which just loft him
nn oven S2 out of tho 50 ho had
dopobitod for bail to start a
fresh giinio with.
Ah Choo and Sam Ohoy weie
fined 50 each on pleas of guilty
of having opium in possession.
NK.4itciii:i rou iis:ia tic it ins.
TrU-tnl Sruiji". of I'oir t'otiml In
n I'cn IColilor.
X Bulletin reporter d ropped
into tho station house this mor
ning in timo to st-o Sun Yow and
Chow Lok searched for ohefa
tickets. Thoy wero mado to strip
to the skin and tho seams of their
clothing examined. Then their
hair, ears and armpits wore looked
after, but no tickets wore found.
Ono of them carried nn innocont
looking pieco of gns-pipo about
two feet loug. A pieco of wire
finBBcd through this brought to
ight several of tho toll-tale pieces
of paper. A Chinose-mado pon
holdor, ono oud of which was
hollow nud mado to fit ovor tho
pon, next attracted tho attention
of the oflicors, nnd iu tho hollow
wub found another chofa tickot
tightly rolled up.
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II. TV. MIST, B. N. J CHOKE'S I.ATI.Nr I'lUIII'LAIS. ITACUCIt SUIT. I SCOILAMI. J&S
j - $1
OU.tr I'rnbito Mallcrn !oulpHt Over '
I.llo tiiHiirmico t'ollcy of
'kiilei I CnrU'r.
Judge Carter approved tho iu)'
counts u" Cecil Lfrown, u'.liuiim
tralor and trustee of the estate of
l' P.. IlnyeeUlou,
trustee of tho estate of
soldou, has rendered
j. a. Uuv-
annual account Receipts S7725 -
07, paymonts 1590.11, balance
Mrc. Jano Mist petitions for
probato of tho will of her late
husbr.nd, Eonry "Woutworth
Mist, Captain of tho lloyal
Navy, v.-inch devises tho os'ate,
consisting ol S-1G0O in realty
and S-170 in personalty to
Georgo Iirico Pennell, brother in-1
law of tho testator, and Rev.
James Ilillma'u Stuart, of Amp
ton, Suffolk county, Euglaud, in
trust for petitioner nud her
children, .theno trustees together
with tho widow to bo executors of
tho will. Tho widow is given the
solo interest during iier life
Tho will occupies iivo sheots
of paper twice tho size of legal
cap, bound togethor with black
tape sealed with black wax. It
was executed in J!iUglnnil on
March 2, 18G4, mid has' tho Eng-
land legal peculiarity of being en- !
tirely without punctuation marks, j
Interrogatories from tho Circuit
Court will be forwarded to Eng-1
laud for answering by tho bub
G. K. Kninopahia by his attor
neys, Mngoon it Edings, moves
to dismiss the petition of Knuoii,
to have the hpirs of Kahaleikokni
determined nud his estate distri
buted, on the ground that tho
Ciicuit Court has no juribdioliou
to do either thiug.
Judgo Carter approved tho ac
counts of W. G. Smith, guardian
o .Llewellyn Gay nud six others,
minors, allowing tho commissions
us charged, on a question raised
by Henry Smith, mastor. 0.
Brown, triiBteo of Gay estate,
prosont in porson.
Tho Supremo Court is hearing
tho appeal of tho Manhattan Lifo
Insurauco Co. against a jury's
verdict in favor of tho heirs of
tho Into Charles L. Carter. Cecil
Brown is Bitting iu place of Chiof
Justice Judd, disqualified from
Commissioner Mnrsden is de
luged with copies of the Pacific
Coast War Cry, containing tho
following in its "Come Homo,"
or missing friends, column, spell
ing, etc., as given: ,
"Marsdnn, Joseph uge 33 years
height 5 feet 3inches. Bucher by
trado in "Whontland two years ago
in San Francisco oeveu mouths
Tho notice has been posied iu
tho Paoifio Club. Our "Joo" says
ono would think no two persons
in tho world could have the sanio
name. Ho is only a butcher of
inject blights, his ago depoudo on
circumstances, and ho wasn't in
San Francisco seven months ago.
It is not safo to outer the Com
missioner of Agriculture's oilico
with a War Cry sticking out of
Antouo Rosa, sonior, died at
Kalihi valloy yesterday ovoning
at G o'clock. His ago was about
70 yours. Ho arrived horo 44
years ago in a whaling Bhip nud
located at Molokai, whore he mar
ried. Ho has fivo sons; tho eldest
is Antouo Rosa, Circuit Judgo on
Hawaii. Joseph is a printer who
trained in tho Bulletin office,
and Georgo is a clerk in tho Re
gistry office. Tho funeral took
placo at 1 p. in. today from tho
houso at Kalihi, Father Clement
I'uorablo Sanction In Hip S'i'Ico of
UrKtrirugiilM-Arrinli mill Ioiir.
Castle it Cooke's latest
sugar circular, issued yesterday
fiiftrnoon, tho following in taken
concerning the condition of the su i
gk.r market up to September ;50lh:
Centrifugals have roactod, the
present basis 3 1-10 cents for (JG ;
following are tho oales reported
since last Bteamcr:
Sept. 10, 9500 bags, 3& for 9G i
Sept. 21, 500 tons to arrive, 3 1 1(5 '
for 9G ; Sept. 2fi, 1000 bags spot,
3 1-1G for 9G ; Sept. 28, 2900 bags
spot, 3 11G for 9G; Sept. 29,
7000 to arrivo, 3 1-10 for 90 .
Granulated Tho prieo in Now
York is -1.31 cents: in San Fran-
cisco it is 4jj cents net. Boots havo
also advanced to 9s
Sugar Stock Following aro tho
closing quotations on
given. Sopt. 22, Common 8111.
'7, Preferred SflO?; Sept. 24, do.
Slll.A. do. S9U3; Sept. 20, do.
$1124 do. 8100; Sept 29, do $112,
do. 899?: Sent. 23. do. SllO.'J. do.
1 S99!; Sept. itf, do. S112.A, do. S99
l2; Sopt. 28, do. Slll.S, do. $997;
i Sept. 30, do. SH14, do. 899. I
Arrivals J rmgaru, Honolulu,
Sept. 22; Andrew "Welch, do.,
Sept. 23; Roderick Dim, llilo,
Sept. 23; Alden Besse, Honolulu,
Sept. 21; S. C. Allen, do., Sept.
Sailings Mohican, Honolulu,
Sept. 27; Aloha, llouolulu, Sopt.
30; J. D. Spreckols, Mahnkonn,
Sept. 30; Annie Johnson, Hilo,
Vessels Discharging Roderick
Dim, will finish October 1st.
Vessels Wniting to Discharge
Andrew Welch, will finish Sept.
yotli, Aiden Bmse. and S. O.
Vessels on the Berth Irmgnrd,
Honolulu, no sailing dato given;
Archer, Honolulu, no sailing dato
I1IK !)! i'i:li.mvs.
Ttifllr iirciit I'uraile lliroiili the
Street of Dalian.
Dallas (Tex.), Soptomber 22.
Tho second day's session of the
Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd
Fellows opened with tho biggest
parado ever seen in Texas, over
two miles long. Five thousand
Odd Fellows and Daughters of
Rebokah in the lino were viewed
by nearly 50,000 people.
The Sovoroign Grand Lodge
elected grand ollicers today. The
odore A. Ross, present grand sec
retary, whs defeated by Frank
Grant of Kentucky. Fred. Carl
ton of Austin, Tox., wns elected to
tho olfico of grand sire by the
unanimous vote of tho convention.
For grand treasurer, M. Richards
Mucklo of Philadelphia was re
nominated by acclamation.
- 1 .
If you want to eat go to a res
taurant. If you want to drink go
to a saloon, nud if you want a
good drink of tho best beer on tho
market go to tho Pantheon. No
silvor mugs (glass is good enough
for a thirsty man), no clam
chowder. In fact no Chinese hash
houso in ours. Just plain Enter
prise beoi. No first nwards or
medals needed. If you got ono
glass yon want two and you don't
care whothor you drink it out of a
silvor mug or a pail. Tho quan
tity of Enterprise boor consumed
in Honolulu equals that of all
other boors combined. Call at
James Dodd, Prop.
Bees Wanted. Two hundred
hivos Italian boos. State numbor
of framos of brood to hive, and
all particulars. Address "X," Bul
letin Oilico. "
tiiri-H orSiixiir VckicN. Vojue Here. h Tnhllliiii l,.nlj-. y f,
Mint 1'nrnrrtt Notion ('Inline In I'.vl- , Her crni!il5Miliient I'fiieiS ny a v?
dMi!i-lmiKliC AltvnjN In l.nillrc' Jonritnl-IIer Iliinmni "., 4Tt
llegarding n suit to recover The Hast of l'i?rt Hecurd, An
noarly SHOO duties by V. C. Pea- j stiuther, Scotland, of September
cock it Co., which the JiULi.KTlN
brieily noticed ahead of all rivals,
tho Star makes some egregious
blundors iu elaborating tho novvs.
Tho Biiit is not for overcharges on
account of strength, hut for an
excess alleged to have beon col
lected contrary to treaty stipula-
In 1892 tho Legislature passed
a bill raising tho duties on wines
nud spirits according to a givon
standard of alcoholic strength. W.
C. Peacock & Co. claimed that tho
iucrenscd duties could not bo col
looted legally, uudor treaty stipu
lations, until ouo yenr'B notice had
been giveu. Tho duties they seek
to recover worn collected m 1893
without such notice having been
givon. It is in tho treaty with
Denmark that tho provision in
question is mudo, but tho treaty
of friendship and commerco
Great Britain contains the ''most
! favored nation" elauso. Messrs.
Peacock being British subjects
roly upon that elauso to sccuro tor
them the benefits accruing to sub
jects of Denmark. Thus an inter
esting poiut iu international law
is raised by the suit.
Another thing tho Star says is
that "at that time," 1893, "thoro
was no ganger. San Francisco
estimates wore takeu and followed
through wholo cases of goods."
As a mutter of fact liquors have
boon gauged at tho Honolulu cus
tom house from timo immemorial.
Tho offices of storekeeper and
gaugor were, howover,coinbined at
tho timo in question. I horo wns
nioro work than ono official could
satisfactorily overtake, and it was
impossible to gauge all tho im
ports of wiues and liquors. Duties
woro therefore chnrged on quanti
ties of alcoholic importations ac
cording to tho invoices. This not
being satisfactory tho offices woro
separated, so that tho gaugor
could pass upon all liquors takeii
out of tho custom houso.
ritAVt'MIYVN GlCI'Ar COtll'AN'Y.
.II11113- I'lujr Will In Clevtirlr Pi-cmimiI-cil
liv Ibo Orc'iiilzatlnii.
In doforonco to public request,
tho mauagers of tho Frawloy com
pany aunounco that season tickets
will bo sold, commencing noxt
Monday morning. A ticket en
titling tho holder to witness tho
twelve performances will bo Bold
for $15.00; tho next best will cost
Tho people of Honolulu will
nppreciato tho fact that this woll
known organization comes horo
undor very heavy oxpouso, nnd
may be expected to show thoir ap
Xireciatiou iu a marked ami liberal
The oDoninu ijlny will bo "Tho
Great Unknown," followed by
other popular pieces taken from
an extensivo repertoire.
Tho Sail Francisco Examiner
of n lato issue said: "It is not
exaggeration to say that plays,
puro, clean aud enjoyable in ovory
sense, have novor beon moro clev
erly rendered in San Francisco
than at tho Columbia Thoatro the
past month by tho Frawloy Com
pany. Better individual present
ations thoro havo beon perhaps,
but balanced as a whole, it would be
impossible to pick out any com
pany that surpasses it they have
approached tho gom of artistio
dramatic conception that scintillat
ed on tho stago of tho Columbia
Thoatro tho past wook."
Ilygionic Refrigerators aro all
that tlio namo implies. Call and
oxamino samples at tho Pacific
Hardware Co. "
11 copies) from tho publication,
"Mothorn and Daughters," a"
notice of tho Hawaiian Princess
Kniulaui, at that dato visiting
Anstruthor. After giving a ekotch
of tho physical conditions nnd
history of tho Hawaiian Islands
tho writer says:
"Princess Kaiulaui of Hawaii
is the only child of the Into Prin
cess Likoliko, and uieco of tho lato
King Kalakaua and of tho Queen
Liliuokalani, and has only just
completed her twentieth year. She
left her homo in 1889, and has
since spent most of her time in
tho British Isles. Her education
was chiefly carried on under tho
direction of Miss Sharp, at Groat
Harrowden Hall, Northampton
shire She is a clover and accom
plished young lady, paints well,
and possesses strong musical
tastos, and thoroughly enjoys all
outdoor amusements, besides
evincing a great fondness for
horses and dogs. She is in tho
nieuutimo keeping herself ontiro
ly aloof from politics.
"In tho spring of 1S93 tho
Princess visited the United Stntes,
and was most favorably impress
ed with nil she saw thoro. Sho
stayed sometime in Washington,
Boston and Now York, boing very
well nnd cordially received by tho
"She lived last winter in tho
south of b'rnnco with hor futhor,
'Mr. Cloghorn, and after a month's
visit to Paris, sho went to re3ido
in Jersey. Visits aro now being
mnde to friends in Scotland, and
she is at present tho guest of our
townsman, Bailie Darsio nnd his
wife, Arii Titnua Marama of Ta
hiti." victokia'.n i.oNii iti:i:v.
linn Kulril Ovnr tlm IIiikIMi I'qo
Ilc lor Nearly Sixty Yenrv.
London, Eng., Sopt. 23. With
tho dawn of today Queen Victoria's,
reign has exceeded that of hor
grandfather, Georgo III. nnd sho
has, therefore, ruled longer than
any other British monarch.
Georgo III. ruled fifty-uina year,
three months nnd two days. Hor
Majesty has sat on the throuo
iifty-nino years, three mouths nnd '
throe daya. All public rejoicings,
however, havo been deferred until
Juno of next year.when tho Queen
will havo actually completed a
roign of sixty years.
Tho Mayors of London and
other English citios wired mes
sages to tho Queen at Balmoral
this morning congratulating her
Majesty upon having occu
pied tho throne longer than any
other British soveieign. Tho
church bolls throughout London
and other cities wero rung this
morning 111 honor ot tlio event
In accordance with tho desire
of tho Queen the occasion will
not bo celobrated ollioially until
1897, when her Majesty will havo
completed tho sixtioth year of her
,l TI101HI14 Siiiuru.
If it does not rain this aftor
noon tho Government band will
givo a concert nt Thomas square,
commencing at 4:30, with tho fol
March El Capltan 8011S.1
Overture Morn, Noon nnd Nlht.... 8upio
OaTOttu Old Tspcitry Ho(;eltl
Suk'ctlon Operatic Buyer
March Carl Jolians Tollman
Fantasia I'uetoralo llutnu
Danco Dulcle Tovcy
Waltz Town of Souiri Falirbaeli
Citizens' Guards Certificates
can bo framed at Kiug Bros, for
from 25 cento up.
jry ' HtrjyMkLtaiafcf'-. &ffiiitautori?d &jJu.iu 'JJJu
' rW"'-iitAil"r'a-M"&MA-- u ..& c.