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Vol. II. No. 430.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 189G.
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,, at tho
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We quote from lotter of .tho
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso
ciation, dated August Sth:
'' "Your honowblo firm havtnj; rejicntcd
u for o many years wo bjllevc It ukcIu-s to
tnll vour uttcutluj to tliu meilts of our arti
cle, but we should llko to repeat as-alu and j
call vour attmitlon to me met mat oura is
THE ONIA l'.l'KB HAltLEY MAI.TUEEH
MAKUKACTUKUD, and corn c-rrcallne and
1 otjicr adulterant .is well ns actd, for ttie
" tirMervntlon oi Ur, ro unknown In our eg-
tabllslimcnt. Wltti tlio aboxe you nay go
beforo tho public ittmir name."
No encomium of ours can add to
tho high reputation of Anheuser
Beer. Its introduction in any
and every market makes it an
linnnodiato favorite. It stauds
.without a peor, without a rival,
i tivithout even n competitor. It
received the highest awards at the
-Columbian Exposition. The re
duction of tho draught Boer lo
iho prevailing prioe of
12i Cents Pti:n Glass,
5 pla9s it within the roach of all,
audi he is a wise man who gets
tho ibest quality for tho least
NIACFflRLSNE A CO.,
1ms a big corner in
our hearts. "Wo clothed
papa tvhon he was & kid;
and the practice of coming
bore with UU dud helped to
Wiu'nko tho pages of history
that is ropoating itself,
i; Tho little fellows like us,
wo send thorn homo clothed
as thoy should bo. Tho big
fellow likes us, 'cause
we do it at so small
cost. Tho youngsters
.. ready for school
liavo beon in our minds
must bo in our clothes.
I, LEVIHGSTON, - - - Manager,
Wavorley Block, 9 Hotel street
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NEWS FROM THE ORIENT
GtUKADl'ULi NTATK OV AIU'AlltN
l. Till: NPAMNII 1SI,,MS.
tO?Iol i;nrcnii Nntm .llnny Orlrnlul
Iteiuv 1'nllcy or Jhuii In
Bj tho Bteamer Peru dates are
received .from Yokohama up to
and including October 1. Al
though that ib a day later tlmu
the latest from Sau Francisco,
there is little or nothing fresh
The Czar had a conference with
Lord .Salisbury lasting for over
Black plague is reported to have
broken out on tho Mekong, and
tho natives there aro dying by
New posf&'o slainpa, philate
lists may bo interested to know,
have been issued by tho Nanking
Tho St. Petersburg Bourse, tho
Gazette and tho Novosti aro in
favor of a political entonto with
Ohineso ladies in Ponang aro
said to have started gambling
parties, the lotteries having beon
suppressed. Aro they Now Wo
Tho Japan Gazette of October
1 says: Tho steamer Kwang-li,
with Li Hung Chang on board,
passed Shimonoseki yesterday
A well connected China woman
at Shanghai is alleged to have
swindled dealers in pearls and pre
cious stones out of property valued
Tho Nippon Yusen Kaisha's
lino from Yokohama to Australia
was to be started on October 3 by
tho departure of the S. S. Yama-Bhiro-uiaru,
well-known iu Hono
lulu, for Molbourne.
Tho Jiji Shimpo denies tho
truth of Beuter's telegram with
reference to tho arrangement bo
tween llussia and Japan anent
Coroa, and says that no such
agreement hns been made.
Accordingto Hongkong reports
it was Captain Lang and two sea
men, not Lieut. Gaunt and sevon
soamen, who wore drowned by the
upsetting of the cutter of II. B.
M. S. Narcissus iu Grossevitohka
At a special meeting of tho
Hongkong Chambor of Commerce,
a resolution was passed, amidst
applause, pledging tho Chambor
to assist and Biipportanycompauy
that lays a cable to Hongkong
from Vancouver or San Fran
cisco. Mr. Oshiraa, Superintendent
Engineer of tho IrouFonndry,aud
three other exports wore to leave
Japan for Europe aud America
on the 9th inst. for tho purchaso
of machinery as well as for tho
inspection of iron foundries
Three men charged at Yangchow
with coining silver dollars plead
ed that "tho counterfeit dollars
woro not made with tho object of
being passed off as good money
but for certain shops to put into
their bafos in order to deceive
batidits who camo to plundor
A round-tho -world deadbcat,
who left Paris on Fobniary 2,
"with three cents iu his pocket
in consequence of a hot," is pro
moting his journey at Yokohama
by lecturing on Siberia, the hiBt
country ho worked his way ovor,
and selling books of himself and
Notice is given by British Min
ister Ernest Satow at Tokio that
ho haB received a communication
from tho Japaneso Minister for
Foroign Affairs stating that the
medical inspection enforced sinco
May last, at tho porta of Yokoha
ma, Kobe, Nagasaki, Kuchinotsu,
Shimonoseki and Moji in tlio case
of all vosboIs arriving from Hong
kong and ports in China and
Formosa and tho Pescadores, aro
discontinued from Soptombor JJO.
r AiS VLS ,
1UI ILirj UlOb tUUU IU 111U 101JU1UUD
history of Japan, a Bocial mooting
of Christian missionaries, Budd
hist aud Shinto priests, and others
numbering fifty or f.o. was to tako
placo on October 1 at tho villa of
Viscount Matsudaira at Tamachi, I
The well known German an- i
thropologist, Adolf Bastian, who
is close upon sevetity, has, wo
learn from a homo paper, start
cd on an exploring expedition in
to tho heart of China, with a view
to study tho middle races of tho
The establishment of a cable
car company iu Tokyo, with a
capital of 4,000,000 yen is project
ed by Messrs. B. Mizuno, J. Mo
rita and others. The lines aro to
extond to all parts of the metropo
lis, the main line covoring a
length of 33 miles aud branches
A Jiusen telegram dated Sept.
29 says: Coreau insurgents, num
bering more than otto thousand,
havo appeared in tho neighbor
hood of Ping yaug to attack tho
city. Two hundred troops havo
beon despatched to disperso them.
Reinforcements from Seoul havo
been asked for.
A Shanghai paper hoars from
London that Sir Benjamin Bakor,
O. E., Consulting Bridgo Engineer
to tho Imperial Chinese Railways,
has been sent to WaleB to report
upon tho future water-supply of
London. '1 he proposed reservoirs
aro ItiO miles from that city, and
tho cost will bo JMO.OOO.OOO sterl
ing. Tho population of Loudon
and its suburbs is increasing so
rapidly that there is Bomo danger
of a water famine, unless this
great work is undertaken at once.
Tho trial of Edwin Ryder, sec
ond officer of the N. Y. K. steam
er Saikio Maru, for tho larceny of
a box containing 2000 in 20 seu
pieces, part of tho cargo of tho
ship, and Edward Dawson, third
engineer of tho Bteamer, for re
ceiving aud boing in possession
of a portion of tho treasure, was
heard in II. B. M.'a Court for
Japan before Mr. Justice Mowat
and a jury on the 28th ult. and
sontenco passed on the 1st inst.
Ryder pleaded guilty and was
sentenced to two years' imprison
ment with hard labor and Dawson
to 15 mouths.
A Japaneso naval reserve cap
tain is investigating the murder
of a Japanese in tho Truck Isl
ands. Tho murdered mau bo-
longed lo tho missionary schooner
Robert Logan. Japaneso resi
dents of tho islands feel their uu-
safety moro keenly thau over, at
tributing tno state of affairs to the
lethargy of tho Spanish Govern
ment. Tho local Society of Jap
anese desires tho Japauoso Gov
ernment to rofor tho matter to tho
Spanish Government, for the pur
pose of causing tho Government
of tho islands to tako effeotivo
steps to prevent theso acts of
cruelty being repeated.
THE MMlKLLION IN THE l'HILU'
1'INES. In a letter dated Amoy, 19th
ult., a correspondent of tho N. Q.
Daily News says: At Cavito tho
rebels havo soizod a largo mon
astery, killed all the priests, and
fortified it as best thoy can. Thoir
battlo cry is
Death to tho Spaniards I
Death to tho Chinese I
Death to tho Priests I
Five hundred Chineso returned
from Manila yostordiiy and gave
such a horrifying account of tho
situation that hundreds of Chin
eso who woro loaviug for Manila,
and many of whom had taken
their passages, ciuietly disap
peared, and tho steamer loft with
out a siuglo Chinese passougor.
Tho situation in Manila is decid
edly critical, and tho Commander
of II. M. S. Rodpole has beon re
quested by the authorities not to
allow his men to land at night.
Honkong papers to hand this
ovoning, says tho Japan Gazotto
of Sept, 29, give an alarming ac
count of rebellion in Manila.
The robolB now hold tho provinco
of Cavito, aro woll organized and
Continued on 4th Page.
JAItllN I.. nicI.K4. IMAKH4 A lMZK
C J W'ull miI I'rrd Damon IHtliiKnlli
TIipiuhcItch AVIillc Cnpt Hodge anil
Tommy Klntr l'nll Down.
Quito a u umber of people wont
out to Kakaako butts on Saturday
afternoon to witness tho picked
team of ton men from tho Sharp
shooters' Company bIiow their
skill in tho match against tho
Deuvor riflomon. The total score i
raado was 8G5, which was just a
shado under what was prognosti
cated in Saturday's Bulletin.
J. L. MoLoau captured the
honors if tho shoot by a splondid
scoro of 91 out of a possible 100.
O. J. Wall and Fred Damon woro
next with scores of 90 each.
Drummond's scoro of 85 was a
good one as it included a 2 caused
by an accident. Both Captain
Dodgo and Tom King fell below
their UBtial average.
Following is the complete
J.L.McLcan .5 5-1555-145 5-47
5 4 55545 4 5 5-47
C. J. Wall.. .4 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 4 5-4G
5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 5-44
Frod.Damon.4 5 4 5 4 5 4 4 5 5-15
4 4 5 5 4 5 4 4 5 5-15
D.W.Corbott4 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 5-13
4 5 5 4 4 5 3 5 5 5-15
W. E. Wall.. 5 4 4 5 4 15 4 4 4-13
4 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 -1 -1-13
Drummond .4 545 4 4554 4-44
2 5 4 5 3 5 4 4 4 5-41
A. C. Wall. .4 445 4 4455 4-43
W.J. Forbos.4 5 4 4 4 4 4 44 4-41
4 5 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 5-13
F. S. Dodgo .344544444 4-10
4 5445544 4 4-43
King 5 4 3 3 4 5 4 4 4 4-10
4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 -4-40
Grand total 8G5
DuiMitruiiE or rm; tiiooi.
Nix Men llcriislntf Duty
Mnrvail Into Mibmlvnlon.
Tho secoud mate and cook of
the ship Troop returned to duty
immediately after Judge do la
Vorgno's decision on Saturday,
tho $5 lino of tho cook being paid
by Captain Fritz. The six sailors
who wero dotained in tho polico
station for refusing duty wero
taken on board in irons on Satur
day afternoon and confined under
the forecaBtlo head, a forco of po
lico under Captains Ronkon and
Evans guarding thorn. At 4 o'clock
tho tug Eleu camo alongside and
towed tho ship to a good anchor
ago off Waikiki, whnro she will
remain until all hor sails aro bout
and other necessary work done
which tho action of tho crew has
delayed. Tho six men who ro
fused duty will bo confined iu
irons in differout portions of tho
ship and kept on bread and wator
until they return to duty. Vico
cousul T. It. Walker has dovotod
a good deal of time to the troubles
on board this ship and this course
was finally decided on after tho
trial of the second mate and othors
in tho District Court.
This morning tho captain paid
off tho second mate, which will
probably end tho trouble.
Card of ThauUii.
Tho mother and brothers of tho
late Captain Alor. McGregor do
siro to thank all tho kind frionds
who Bhowod their sympathy to
ward them in their boroavomont,
in various ways, aud tho members
of tho Masonic fraternity for their
attentions and largo rtttondanco at
Till- POOTIIALL TKA.1I&.
Everything It .Settled lor n .Sen..u i t.
A number of football enthusi
asts woro present at the mootnuj
at Y. M. C. A. hall on Saturday
evening last to make arrangements
for the coming season. After
some preliminary talk tho follow-
ing articles of agreement woro
signed by the respective man
( agers :
I At tide 1. The first of tho so
, rios of games shall bo played (as
, per previous agreement) on tho
j 1-ltli day of November, and shall-
bo between tho Town team and
the lirst Bogiraents. Tho next
game shall bo plaid op tho 21st o
Novombor. and shall ho hntwoen.
tho Oahu Colleco team and tho
team thnt is defeated on tho 14th.
The next gamo shall bo played oiv
Thanksgiving day and shall bo
betweon tho winning team of the
14th and the winning team ok
Article II. Tho manager of each- '
team shall furnish to each of tho
other managors a list of 17 mon,
who shall composo tho tnanir), and
such lists shall bo sent to such
managers tho day of thu liibt
gauiH. No man not in these lists
shall play in tho games, and no
one on any list shall play on any
other team than tho team in which,
ho iB listed.
Articlo III. Tho gamo shall ho
played under tho Intor-Collogiato
rules for 189G.
Articlo IV. Tho tlireo managers
shall constitute a committee for
the purpose of arraugiug for
grounds, referee, umpiro, lineman,
Articlo V. Mr. J. Q. Wood
shall bo official treasurer for tho
tlireo toauiB, and shall havo entiro
charge of money rocoived at games.
Ho shall pay tho oxpousos of each
gamo aud divide tho balance ac
cording to agreement.
It was decided that tho winning"
club should receive two thirds anil
tho losing club one third of tho
gate recoipts after deducting ex
penses. Death of iaia Lylr.
At a fow minutes before mid
uight of Saturday, MisB Deborah
N. Lylo breathed hor last, at tho
early ago of "ZZ years, alter an ill
ness of about two years which sho
bore with remarkablo fortitude.
She was tho youncost daughter of-
Mr. and Mrs. James Lvle. A
cold settling on tho lungs somo
timo after hor poworB of resistanco
had been weakened by a carman
accident brought on a decline that
tho best medical skill and several
changes of air woro unavailing to
counteract. Miss Lylo was a
favorite of her family and had n
large circle of frionds. Before her
illness alio waB a member o(
Central Union Church choir, bo
ing sometimes selected by tho
leador bb Boloist in Sunday even
ing praiso services. She was ono
of the chorus in tho "Mikado"
somo years ago. Tho funeral
takes placo at 3:30 this afternoon
from tho family rosidonce on
Spoucor street, Rev. D. P. Birnio
conducting tho services. Inter
ment will ho in Makiki cemetery
and H. H. Williams is the under
taker in charge. Tho pall-bea'rors,
selected from Mis Lylo's school
mates at Oahu College, aro Honry
Giles, Norman Hilstoad, Olaf
Soronson, F. V. Thrum, Georgo
Angus and Ed. Mossman. Many
friends visited tho house of
mourning yesterday to otl'or thoir
sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Lylo
Ouilnln tlcCri'KOr'N rmiernl. ' ,
The funeral of tho lato Captain
McGrogor was conducted yester
day afternoon by Hawaiian Lodgj
No. 21, F. & A. M., according to
tho Masonio ritual, under tho di
rection of Worthy Mastor M. E.
Grossman, assisted by Worthy
Masters Cooper of Pacific Lodgo
and Norton of Lodgo lo Progros.
Tho pall-boarors woro Captains
King, Campbell and Grogory and
Messrs. G. P. Wilder, Wallaco and
Sutherland. Tho remains wero in
terred in tho Nuuanu cemetery in
tho plot owned by Hawaiian