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Vol. II. No. 429.
HONOLULU, H. L, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1896.
Pkige 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day excopt Sunday at
210 King Streot, Honolulu, H. I.
waiinu Islands $ 7 i
Per Year. h
Por Year, pcdtrmld to Aruencn,
Canniin, or Mexico 10 f
Tor Year, postpaid, -ilio? Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnynbto Iuvnrlublv In Advnnoo.
Telephone 250. P. O. Bos 89.
B. L. FIN HEY, Manager.
v4. 'eW Departure
The TJndebbigned beg to un
inouuco that from nut! aftor
IfliursdiiyNiglif, Oct 1,1896
ST. LOUIS BEER
Will bo Borved ON DRAUGHT
To itiicet tlio I' men nnd competi
tion, it will bo furnished at
2ks, Par Ofass
AYo qnoto from letter of the
Anheuspr-Biiflch JJrowing Asso
ciation, dated August 8th:
"Your honorable, tlrtu liivlnj; reprcscntid
ufor so many iant wo tulleve II uscle-s to
ll )our ntttntlon to the merits of our arti
cle, but wo tdmulil like to repeat agnln nml
1411 our attention to thu fiiet that ours U
Itltt ONLY ITItK BAHLBY.MALl'HEEU
MAUFACl UUBO, nml corn cercallno ai.d
cthtV adulterants as l' as acids, for the
Vieicnattnr. i i .mr jin unknown In ourre
tthll.lui.etit. Wltli t lie a bo i) jou may go
I efuro tlio public In our name."
No encomium of ours can add to
tlio high reputation of AuhcuBcr
Boer. Its- introduction in any
and every market makes it an
immediate .f.ivorito. It stands
without a peer, without -a rival,
without even a competitor. It
received the highest awards at the
Columbian Exposition. The re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho prevailing prico of
12 Ckntb Per Glass,
places it within tho reach of all,
.and ho is a wiso man who gets
iho bost quality for tho least
has a big corner in
our hearts. Wo clothed
papa when he was a kid;
and the practice of coming
bore yitli his dad helped to
make tlio pages of history
that is repeating itself.
The little fellows liko us,
wo bond thorn homo clothed
as thoy should bo. Tho big
fellow liken us, 'cause
wo do it at so small
have been in our minds
imibt bo in our clothes.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - Manager.
Wavorloy Block, 9 Hotel street
ggr- Shirts MadB to Order.
Piano For Sale.
i Square Benson Piano
For salo cheap for chhIi. Apply to
420-lt Foot of Vineyard btrcet.
M ml n Ilor I.lfo MUcrnblo, but Sho is
J'.pnil tlio toMlmniiy of 3Ir. II. O.
Monro, Cnliiirc, Mitoiln, t1o)h por
trait is nIo bHoii!
"Sonio few jears ago I suffered
terribly with indigestion and gen
eral debility. 1 could not sleep,
nnd my condition was such as to
make my life niisenible. .None of
tlio many remedies I tried did mo
nny Rood, and I despaired of ever
Hotting better. One of my friends
told me of tlio blood-iuirifjing and
strength-giving properties of Ajor's
Sarhap.irilla, and I began taking it.
J'eforn 1 bail fluislied the first Imttl.
I felt better, and was thus enconr
ij"'il to give tlio medicine- a tbci oiigli
uiil. In all 1 ii,wl four botlks,
and llien was perfectly cured of tliu
g:u'ous trouble which had aillieted
me. 1 now recommend, to anjono
buffering as 1 did.
fig a Spkrdld nerve and Slgod Modiolus.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for tho Republio ot Hawaii.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
SCOTLAND'S NEW SUNDAY
01Si:llVANCK OV TIIU IAY UNKKIl-
i;oini a nrAT ciiAr.i:.
FxcttrNlnu .Stcnmrrt Itiiiiuliitf-.tV.ixn-
iiiiih mill I'lcltiro Jnllru'i Open
(.'iiirund C'J cllnt: nil be IIiiki.
Scotland's obseivanco of Sun
day is undergoing a wonderful
change When the magistrates of
GliiHgow a few years ago autho
rized tho running of tramway cats
ou Sunday it was predicted that a
terrible judgment would fall upon
that city on accouut of its wicked
ness, and perliaps it is duo to tho
gloomy prognostications of tho
Sabbatarian Cassandra that uo
other town in Scotland Iibb fol
lowed in tho ivnko of Glasgow.
"When tho Edinburgh Botanic
tiaicloiiu wore tiirown opon on
Sundays another wail went forth,
but alas ! notwithstanding threats
of "judgments" tbo public throng
thoro. And in spito of tho shrieks
and denunciation of the Sabbath
Observance Society steamers
laden with passengers ply in tho
Eirth of Ifaitu every Sunday
during tho Benson; coaches con
vey pleasure seekers from the
towu to tho countty nnd cyclists
scorch along tho toads of Scot
land in all directions.
Quito lately tho battle of Sun
day golf was fought and ended in
a victory for tho Sunday golfer:
and on ovory hand there aro signs
that tho old-fashioned Scottish
"Sawbath" has depaited uovor to
return." A most romarkablo proof
of thiB is furnished by tho pleas
of a deputation which waited upon
says tho Poll Mall Oazotto. The
membors of tho deputation woio
for the most part eminent minis
ters and office bearers of tho Frco
Church of Scotland, who iu timo
past were considered rigid Sabba
tarians. Sonio of thorn indeed aro
members of tho Sabbath Observ
ance Society. Yet this deputation
interviewed tho Lord Provost in
tho interests of those who used to
bo considered Sabbath-breakers.
Thoro was a timo not very long
ago when tho hoiuous Bin of vag
ing or stravaiging (i. o., walking),
on tho Sunday was punishable by
imprisonment in tho stocks; but
it waB in tho iutercst of stravaig
ors that tho present day of Sabba
tarians solicited tho Lord Provost
to prevent golf-playing on tho
Braid hill on bundayB. Thoy
stated distinctly that they did not
appear as objectors to Sunday
golf, but simply coutouded that
tho hills should bo left safe and
quiet for thoso who do not play
golf, but who enjoy a ramble ou
Sunday. Of a vority Scotland is
Of course, there aro still some
stalwarts who, faithful to the tra
ditions of their forefathers, up
hold tho good old Scottish "Saw
bath" as a day upon which no
man shall bo scon to smilo. A
fow of them wore gathored togeth
er in Abordoon tho other day, and
endeavored to consolo thomselves
by predicting, as thoy had many
times beforo done, tho judgments
which fall upon tho presont sin
ful generation of Scotsmen. Tho
secretary of tho Sabbath Alliauco
of Scotland, tho Bov. A. M. Shiaoh,
buoyed up himself and his hearers
with tho hopo that tho opening of
tho museums and picture galler
ies may bo unsuccessful; but ho
was horror stricken to note that
tho Princo of Wales had a yacht
at the raco at Hyeros on Sunday
last week, and ho mado tho awe
inspiring prediction that "if tho
heir expected to sit on tho throno
and to outrage divino institutions
in this way it was more than liko
ly, looking forward to tho futuro,
that tho throne would sit on him
than that ho would sit on tho
"What was meant by this threat
was not quite dear to tho audi
ence, but, looking upon it as
Boraothiug very terrible, thoy ap
plauded heartily. Another clergy
man denounced as unchristian
certain "at homes," which ho had
heard had boon given by "olders"
on Saturday night. People, ho
paid, should bo preparing for tho
"Lord's day." An ox-farmer, who
followed tho reverend gentleman,!
announced tlio salo of milk on
Sunday, and told how thirty years
np,o ho wiib asked to bring ni'lk to
town ou Suuday and had refused.
ay would minor liavo "put tiie
milk down tho burn." All his
customers agreed to tuko their
milk on (he Situiday evenings,
"except one rich lady, and bIio
died a fdw wooka nfterwaids."
But, alasl The Scottish Sabbath
breakers, and they aroVfgiou, on
ly seiff at Mich judgments.
HKi'i.r.n: wini iniiiki.st.
StroiiK llny to bo I'rodnro;! Iir Trim
"Moths," which tho Frawley
Company will presont hero short
ly, is considered by many to bo
tho best of tho many strong works
of tho famous French authoress,
and it is a story which lends it
self readily to dramatization, and
tho result is a play roploto with
f tfsgar a
MISS BLANCHE HATES.
interest ant one in wmcii tins
import) organization it particular
ly well cast. Tho plot io baeed
upon tho omptiuess nnd sham of
socioty lifo amid gaioties in tho
French capital, and as Vera Hor
bort, Hiss Blancho Bates dolino
ates the charactor of a noblo
young womau who passes un
scathed and untouched by tho
braath of scandal aud through its
worst temptations. She is mar
ried by a hoartless mother,
through artifice, to tho brutal and
immoral Russian Count Zourolf.
Tho miseries arising out of this
unhappy allianco form tho motive
of tho play.
Season tickets for the Frawloy
ongagoment will be ou sale at
Hobron's drug store on Monday
morning at 9 o'clock.
AT MAKI'IC INLAND.
I'roicrnni for tlio llimil Concert To
Followiug iB tho program ar
ranged for the Sunday afternoon
concert at Makeo Island tomor
row: Tho Old Hundredth.
Overture Peter Bclimall Weber
Fantasia Cavatlna Hud
Pelectlun Martha Floto w
0 erturo Italian In Alarlur lio'slnl
Sextet Lucia Doulrettl
Finale Suite Lacliucr
Selection Antorua A tier I
Tint felinrpiliooturh' Team.
Tho toam selected by Captain
Dodgo of tho Sharpshooters to
uphold tho honor of Hawaii in
tho contest against tho Donvor
team is composed of Mossrs. Y.
E., A. 0. and Chas. Wall, J. L.
McLean, F. Damon, AV. J. Forbes,
D. V. Corbott.T.V. King, F. S.
Dodgo and W. II. Drummond.
Shootiug commoncod at 1:30 this
aftornoou and tho team is oxpect
ed to average 87 or over in tho
twonty shots allowed.
At lunula Square.
Following is tho program for
tho band concort at Emma squaro
this afternoon at 4:30:
March Honeymoon Kosey
Overture French Comedy Hi'la
Waltz Southern Breeze Mcltler
Finale Lucnzla Borgia llonlzcttl
Selection Hobln Hood DeKoven
March El Cupltau Sous.i
OLAA COFFEE REGIONS
Hr.xn.r.its ixi:sri ahaint tai.ni:
srATKjinxrs i.v the 'risr.it.
I'rnopcrtH lor Hie Sikmtmh ol Toiler 'ul-
luro'I liriMtelioiit llio llrlrt
Merit Xi-KT lti'tli'r. I
E. D. Baldwin, tho well-known
surveyor and colToo planter of the
Olaa district, is in tho city for a
few days to recuporato nftor a
summer in which ho has douo
moro hard work than usual. He
will leave again for Maui on Tues
day and from thoro tako tho Ki
nau for Hilo.
Mr. Baldwin was seen by a
Bulletin representative and ques
tioned particularly concerning tho
statements mado in tho Advor
tisor recently to tho effect that
coffee planting in tho highor
portion of tho Olaa district would
bo a failure. Ho said tho articlo
reforred to was a tissuo of inac
curacies, ovidontly compiled by
someone who had no knowledge
whatever of thb Bubjoct on which
ho was writing. Tho settlers
throughout tho district aro very
much incensed at tho articlo but
wore charitable ouough to beliovo
that tho writor was misled by
parties who wore engaged in
booming the salo of lands nearer
Asked for his personal opinion
on tho matter Mr. Baldwin said:
I am continually ridiug over tho
district and nm familiar with
every portion of it. Tho prospects
for tho success of coffee cul
ture never looked moro favorable
than now. Next year many acres
of coffee in different parts of tho
district will como into bearing and
of course wo shall all know moro
about it. Ilowovor, tho statement
made by the Advertiser that coffee
will not thrive well above tho fif
teen milo point is totally wrong.
The trees look equally well for
the samo ago at tho upper ond of
tho district as at tho lower, and
no ono can soo any difforenco. To
show tho fallacy of tho statement
that coffeo will not do woll above
the fifteen milo point I need only
call your attoution to about ten
acres of coffee on my own placo
which is a mile above. From this
patch which was set out just two
years ago last month wo shall
gather fully four hundred pouuds
of coffee this year where wo ox
pected nono, and similar results
aro obtained at places highor up
Mr. Baldwin sayB that now
settlors aro flocking to tho dis
trict, now buildings going up, now
business enterprises projocted and
everything is lookiug favorable
for general success. Ho bolioves
that any legitimate business en
terprise in Olaa will pay.
During a two weoks' tiamp
through tho Olaa district two
years ago, tho writer visited Mr.
Baldwin's placo and saw the trees
mentioned abovo boing planted.
At that timo it was not expected
thoy would boar until tho third
year, houco this season's crop is
in tho nature of a surprise, but,
small though it is, it is worth the
picking. From other information
tho writor undorbtauds that tho
author of tho Advertiser articlo
gaiued his information, such us it
was, during a rido in a brake
to tho Volcano aud back.
LI nml tlio Reporter.
A laugh went up nil along tho
lino from Ilornld square to Park
row, says tho Now York Press, ut
Li'a artless ond ingenuous ques
tioning of n Herald reporter.
"How muoh,'' ho askod, "do
American newspaper roporters
earn? Do thoy get rich?"
"What does your uxoolloncy
call rich?'1 was tho reply.
"I don't oall any man rioh till
ho has $10,000,000 in gold.
Tho boys oannot holp saying
protty things of a foreigner who
bus so exulted an opinion of tho
AN ARMY OF DEFENDANTS
JUICY IAM LS nilAW.N 't I41K
.NOVKMIH'.ll Ti:nn. '
Xcu Miiiiiiionr dm rir- trri.i
l.itill.v Suit In 'liniiil,-r lor
S. II. Oni has petitioned Jndgo
Caiter that he be appointed guiud
iiui of his daughter Katnala and
his stepson Kiihama, Illinois who
own an undivided one- fourth each
of a parcel of laud at Kapuukolo,
Summonses havo beon issued in
tho following cobcs for tho Nov
ember torm of tho First Circuit
A. Feok vs. Oahu Railway aud
Land Company, assumpsit for
S7000 damages. Plaintiff declares
that a reasonable timo has elapsed
for defendant to liavo cxtouded
its railway beyond Waianao, upon
which event tho defondnnt agreed
to doliver to him bonds of tho
company of tho face value of tlio
amount now clnitucd as damages.
Honry Smith, trustee, vs. tho
Hutchinsou Plantation Company,
ejectment with S500 damages.
Alfred A. Todd vs. Louisa M.
Todd, divorce. Plaintiff is now a
resident of Samoa, and J. A. Rod
anot of Kan signs tho libel for
him as attornoy in fact.
Chambers summons has issued
on a bill for partition of real pro
perty in North Kona, brought by
M. V. Scott and Nottio L. Scott
against Mrs. E. N. Pilipo and ono
hundred and twenty-oight othors.
Among this army put ou tho de
fensive aro tho niombors of tho
firm of Bishop it Co., bankers, J.
A. Magoon, W. 11. Castle, A.
Cockburn and othor well-known
residents of tho city and country.
Tho petitioners claim to own six
out of throo hundred and fifty
equal shares in tho land, which,
contains 7330 acres, to which all
tho parties aro entitled in feo
simple as tenants in common.
Tho jury panols for tho No
vember term wore drawn today as
Hawaiian S Kapoi, RHDaker,
John AVallaco, H S Swinton, W
H Toll, ,T K Napoleon, O V,
Smithies, A J Smithies, J Koo,
O Mnhoe, William Kino, W K
Waiamau, E M Jones, John
Edwards, William Ringer, J W
Akana, II Kahalowai, Hiram
Kaalm, M K Koohokalolo, E S
Holt, L McKeaguo, G W Keawo
amahi, W R Parker, Hiram Kolo
raoku, G H Karratti, II E Cook,
J W Koakanu, Josoph Rosa, A
Bishaw, Aohi K Akau, E II Nao
ho, Halomano Meok, S P Nohen, O
B Dwight, J Benito, W B Jonos.
Foreign G AV R King, O O
Swain, D AV McNicoll, A Lar
naoh, F J Tumor, B II Beard
moro, Chas Phillips, C D Chaso,
W F Dillingham, D P Lawronco,
H M von Holt, P J Voollor, S
Roth, A F Cooko, U AV Cathcart,
H Lose, J AV Lloyd, E Paris, Win
Savidgo, AVm Berlowitz, C S
Weight, J M Webb, N E Godgo, E
A Jacobsou, II E Waity, HA Par
melee, K B Porter, AV R Sims, O
D Wilbon, F J Krugor, Win Tem
ploton, F II Foster, Chas Lucas,
C W Dickey, D T Bailey, J Wa
teihoube. I'miIn III .llt'illi'liie.
Thoro aro fads in
in ovory thing olso
nnd a "now
thing" frequently sells for a short
timo simply becauso it is now.
But in mediciuo as in nothing
olso, the pooplo demand and will
bo Batistied only with positivo,
absolute morit. Tho fact that
Hood's Sarsaparilla has stood its
ground agaiiiBt all competition,
and its sales havo novor wavered
but havo remained steadily at tho
top, doraoiiBtratos, beyond any
doubt, tho intrinsic virtues of this
medicine. The now things havo
comq and gone but Hood's Sarsa
parilla rests upon tho solid found
ation of absolute morit and ita
power to cure, and its sales cou
tinuo to bo tho largest in tho
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