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Vol. II. No. 43G.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1896.
PnioK 5 Cents,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, anywhere In the Ha
waiian Islands V'1
Per Year. 'I (to
Por Year, postpaid to Amoriun,
Cannda, or Mexico 1000
Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign
CountrloB 13 00
rnynblo Invnrlnblr In Advance
Telophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
aro frequently wanted fur
temporary use and at times
when expensive ones aro not
, needed. Wo have some cheap
' ones in White Enamel Frames
, that will answor the purpose.
AND WE HAVE
some of tho richest Cut
'Glass over seen in tho country.
Genuine English Cut with
1 'burnished gold rims which
, relievo tho monotony.
IN FINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars and
Cheese Plates that aro of
greater service than ono would
suppose at first thought. They
keep crackers and dieese fresh
when other means aro dismal
failures. These articles are
reasonable in price.
is needed in all kinds of
weather and while we have
i light showers nearly every
day there aie times when the
soil needs irrigating. And
when you hovo a hose look
to the life of it and add to
it by the purchaso of a
It's the -dragging of tho hose
over tho walks that kills it;
, once the covering is worn it
begins to crack and your hose
won't hold water.
( J. T. WATERHQUSE
forgottory toar this out.
Around our neckwear
station thoro's n hustling
movo today. Boxes upon
boxes chuck full of
tho ripest plums aro
open for tho first timo.
This happens ovory sonson.
Our habit of growing
bettor makes tho difference.
Tho first picking costs
no moro than tho leavings.
Jog your forgottery.
I, LEVIMSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, 9 Hotel street
S3?" Shirts Made to Order.
Oyer's Hair Vigor
Keeps the scalp
cool, moist, healthy,
ami freo from dan-
It is tho
Hipt.5?' luost dressing in
tho world, ai:d is
Thojo desiring tft
retain the vnnMifni
ri appearance of tho
n a.n ml.
Go!d Mcdah at ths World's Great Expoiitlons.
ClFevircflf rlirtxo tmltittnn. The nnm
- trr ' vminont on tho wrapper, and i
Ltlouu in tho Khi t each bottle
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Accuts fur tho Bopablio of Hawaii.
This is tho anniversary of tho
battlo of Yorktown, fought in
1781. It will bo appropriately
celebrated by tho Hawaiian So
oioty, Sous' of tho American Re
volution, at Y. M. O. A. hall this
evening. Following is tho pro
gram and a very iuHtructivo and
entertaining evening is oxpeoted :
1 Invocation Compatriot DoukIiib Put
2 Koll Call by the Secretary
S Iliittorl -al ArtOref liy tlio VIce-FreMdfiit
4 Ki-adlni; from James IIuscll I.ohcU'b
5 Address oy Compitrlot Captain Notlian
Appleton of ttiu Massachusetts Society
0 Soti-8tar SpaDled Uunm-r
As is customary in all social
meetings of tho Society, evening
dress will be worn.
N Uuukt Here.
It is a singular fact that there
is such a diversity of opinion as
to the result of next mouth's
election in the United Statos. A
fair majority of tho prohibition
people believo that their tickot
will win. Many of tho Gold
Democrats have a firm faith in
the success of thoir candidates.
Nearly all of tho McKiuloy and
13ryan peoplo swear by tho hoads
of tho tickets and, to tell tho
truth, none of them havo a rea
sonable assuranco of a majority
of electoral votos. In contra
distinction with this there remains
the fact that tho Froo Lunch and
fine beer, now on sale at tho
Anchor Baloon, havo captivated
All Honolulu, bo that the patron
ago of that famed resort increases,
day by day.
Puio and clear.
John Ashworlh, tho proprietor
of tho woll-known Saratoga resort,
was arrested yesterday for selling
liquor without a license. It is
claimed that ho sold liquor to two
of Special Officer Conies' spies.
Tho police took a Bearoh warrant
along with them by virtuo of
which they carted all John's pri
vate stook of liquors to tho police
station. In tho District Court
this morning tho caso was called
and postponed till tho 27th.
A cono of gold woighing throe
hundred and ninety live pounds
three and a half ounces, and
worth S81,G22, was lately exhibit
ed in a wiudow of tho Canadian
Pacifio Railway office, Montreal.
It was taken from tho Cariboo
hydraulic mine, British Columbia,
being tho firstfruits of tho season
from this celebrated mine.
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Iyer's Hair Vigor.
BUDGET BY THE COPTIC
X.III ItONEBEUY TO IICS1GN THE
Ommrtclnl I'nnlc Tlirtntcncil In n
.TMtlmi Prnttiirn. Ifii..nr. .f .1... '
Tho O. & O. S. S, Coptic arriv
ed oavly this morning after a fast
trip from Yokohama, bringing
Japancea pnpors as Into as the
9th Siust., from which the follow
ing items of general interest aro
October 7. Tho Spanish troops
have safferod three sharp reverses
It is announced that Lord Roso
bory will resign tho leadership of
tho Liberal Party.
THE PRESS ASCENDANT.
Somo of our Japanese contem
poraries, says tho Hiogo Nows,
profess a boliof that t day of jour
nalistic amelioration is at hand.
Tho influence of tho Press, thoy
say, is now making itself f61t in
social and political changos, and
thoconditions under which jour
nalism in Japan labors must be
JAPANESE 1'ltINTINO IN UEUL1N.
Tho Osaka Mainichi reports
that tho Gorman Government
Printing Bureau has decided to
establish a bection for Japanese
typography, and has ordered Jap
anese typo from the Tokyo Tsukiji
type foundry. Three of the com
positors in tho Bureau aro now
being instructed in tho Japanese
language at tho Oriental Languag
es School at Berlin.
The Japan Herald of October 9
says: Mr. J. Kernan's sealiug
schooner, tho Silver Fleeco arriv
ed this morning, with a catch of
G-12 skins, which makosita highly
profitable season for tho vessel.
Captain H. J. Snow brought back
the Pointer (lato Arctic) yestorday
with o catch of 328 teals, 9 ottors
and a bear. Good otter BkinB will
avorage over $1000 a pieco this
year, but wo understand that two
or three of those captured by tho
Pointer were only pups.
Japanese native papers state
that panic threatens in Kiriu and
Ashikaga, both big pieco goods
manufacturing centres, on account
of tho failuro of a broker named
Sawa Kichiyoraou, who iB unablo
to moot his notes. Ho is saul to
have paper to tho amount of 10,
000,000 yen outstanding. Should
ho bo bankrupted, tho effect will
bo disastrous on a nnmbor of mer
chants in Kiriu, Ashikaga, lso
zaki and Mayebashi, but as efforts
aro being made to save him, a
crash may bo averted. At tho
same timo business is practically
paralysed for tho timo being at
tho two first named places.
It has been decided to establish
a Japanoso legation at Madrid
and u consulate nt Rio do Jan
eiro Tho steamer Yramashiro-maru,
pioneer of tho lino from Kobe to
Australia, took away about twenty
About 0 (JapaneBo) cyclists
who livo in Osaka, Kioto and
Kobe wore to meet in Nakauo
shima Park, Osaka, on a recent
Sunday for a raco to Kioto via
Marquis Ito is suffering from
tho unhappy combination of a
toothacho and a sore throat.
Somo 1-100 post offices to be
opened for parcel post business
and 400 for postal money orders
next year, as in tho present yoar,
woro inoludod in tho Japanese es
timates, but this scheme must bo
greatly roduced to moot tho reduc
ed expenditure. Tho inoreaso of
tho navy is to oxtond for nino
years from tho next fiscal year,
tho total expenso being 92,000,000
yon and tho numbor of Bhips to
bo built to bo limited to throe
iron-clads, two first class cruisers,
two 3rd clasB cruisorB, two torpedo
boats and a torpedo depot ship, i
making a total tonnage of 7o,'J7U
TEKINO 18 THE HUB.
Tho Tiontsiti correspondent of
tho North China Daily News has
it that tho old Empress is now
all-powerful in Peking, and thut
the oxporienco of two years has
transferred whatever reality thero
is in Ohincso foreign politics to
Poking. The foreign mastorB of
the situation may not tolcrato tho
reversion to the old state of affaiis
by which final decisions in for
eign policy wero .(taken in Li's
yamon in Tientsin,' bo that if tho
old Vibo'roy woro to corao back,
ho would probably find his office
much less important than former
ly. If ho iB to piny first fiddle, or
a leading part, I fear ho will havo
to stay with tho orchestra in the
THE PHILIPPINES ItEllELLION.
Tho Straits Times cives tho fol
lowing information ro the rebel
lion in tho Philippines:
On Sept. 9th, tho authorities
discovered a masonic lodgo at
Manila, hithovto unsuspected. A
numbor of documents were seized
in tho lodgo. Thoy aro Baid to bo
of a compromising nature. In Ca
vite, tho rebels wont qu burning
down houses, and tho rebels in
Nuova Ecija had ontored tho pro
vince of Pampanga, whore bo
many joined them that thoy soon
mustered eight hundred strong.
These robeds cut off the head of
every Spaniard they mot. Tho
loyal portion of the peoplo had to
lleo befoio them until troops ar
rived on tho scone.
On the 10th, a telegram was
pub ished conveying congratula
tions from tho Minister of War to
the Governor-General for his suc
cess in making head against tho
lobols. At San Isidro, in Nuova
Ecija, tho Spaniards were sur
rounded by raging maseVs of
rebels, burning and murdering all
round, and woio only saved from
massacro by tho opportune arrival
of troops who drove back tho
robola, (500 strong. Tho troops
lost only one wounded. In tho
province of Tarleo, a suspected
robul turned approver, and de
nounced a certain masonic lodgo
as coucorned in tho rising; this
lodge is said to have been active
It is reported that tho British
CoubuI at Manila haB requested
that a largo warship bo sent
tliituor. Tho gnnboat P'gmy loft
Hongkong on Sept. 25th to roliovo
tho Rcdpoloou tho station.
Km ill a Si'itmro Totiliclit.
Tho govornmont band will play
at Emma Bquaro this evening,
with tho following program:
Overture Jolly Students Sinipe
Wnlt Laura Mlllockcr
Selection l.ucrezla Borgia Donizetti
Knllni, Hulelanl, 01 hoi ba
Kantasln My Old Kentucky Homo....
Mill In tuo Korest (by request)....
Waltz -Jolly Fellows Vollstert
Quadrille Popular Airs tiiowert
"I found a fish worm in my
hydrant this morning." Baid tho
wrathful oitizen. "Yos," said tho
official of tho wator works,
"that is tho best wo can do just at
presout. Wo can't afford to
furnuh fish all wo aro ablo to
furiiish iB bait."
A Now Enterprise.
Tho vary latest as regards sad
dlery is constantly on hand at
Ohas. Hammer's now establish
ment, 229 King street, also tho
vory best repairing done. Tolo
phouo082. P.O. Box 393.
riiiiclilnntl Hill Nocturne.
"Do you know that your dog
barks all night ?" "Yes, I sup
pose ho does. But don't worry
about him. Ho makes up for it by
J sleeping all day."
THE PORTUGUESE RIOT
DEFENDANTS FAIT. ON MOTION
I'OK NEW run I..
Conviction of Ilonlilna for Nclllnc
Opium tioiiflrmed Water Cuo
ItciuniiiliMl At Chamber.
A unanimous decision of tho
Supremo Court, delivered by Jus
tice Whiting, has been filed in Re
public of Hawaii vb. M. Carvalho,
J. Euos, J. R. Muniz, Rodrigues,
Manuel Juan and Manuel Jordain,
upon tho appeal of defendants
from .conviction of unlawful as
sembly. Tho exceptions are over
ruled on tho following statement
of the law:
"An affidavit setting forth that
affiant was counsel for defendants,
and 'used all his endeavors and
means in his powor to obtain and
gather all tho evidence possible;
that ho know of tho ovidonco of A.
P. only aftor the jury had render
ed their verdict,' does not show
duo diligenco in tho preparation
of tho caso ana in tho proper
search and inquiries for testimony
at tho placo whore tho offense was
committed, and is insufficient to
baso a motion for a now trial on
tho ground of nowly discovered
Deputy Attorney General E. P.
Dolo tor prosecution; O. Croigh
ton and A. G. Correa for defend
ants. Justice Whiting is also tho au
thor of a uimuiiuous decision on
the appeal of Hoshiua from con
viction of unlawfully soiling
opium, in which
aro over-ru leu
"Alibi. Thero boing evidonco
produced by defendant tending
to prove that dofondant was olse
whore than at tho place whore tho
offenso is alleged to havo beou
j committed at tho timo alleged, tho
uourt was jusnueu or. ns own
motion in charging tho jury as to
tho law of alibi."
Attornoy General E. O. Smith
and Deputy Attorney General G.
P. Dolo for prosecution; A. G. M.
Robertson for defendant.
By a unanimous opinion, writ
teu by Justice Froar, tho Supremo
Court reverses a decision of tho
Commissioner of Private Ways
aud Water Rights for Honolulu
district, remanding to her for tak
ing further ovidonco tho caso of
Clio Kaleiopu vs. Elizabeth Booth
and Charles W. Booth her hus
band. J. M. Kancakua for plain
tiff; W. It. Castlo for defendant.
An order has issued to next of
kin to show cause why real estate
of tho Marcollino minors should
not bo sold on tho guardian's peti
tion. S. 0. Allon by his nttornoys,
Kinney fe Ballon, demurs to tho
Minister of Interior's action
against 0. It. Bishop and othors
for the condemnation of land for
public uses on tho grounds of
misjoinder of defendants and lack
Judgo Carter is hearing tho bill
to cancel dcod of Koliikanakaolo
w. vs. W. G. Walker and.Hakalau
Plantation Co. H. E. Coopor and
Magoon & Edings for plaintiff;
W. It. Castlo for first named do
fondaut; Kinney & Ballou for tho
1,1 IIiiiigt. Clianc Joiicn.
Li Hung Chang Jones is tho
foarsomo nama with which a
heartless father has burdoned his
helpless and unoffending off
spring. It is pleaded that tho
fact that tho portion of Morthy r
wherein tho child was born on
Sunday last is locally known as
China lends a cortain nppropri
atonoss to the solection. But this
ingenious plea ought not to bo ad
mitted in justification of such an
outrage. Wostminstor Gazotto.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S.,
offico Cottage No. 100,
street, telophono No. G15.
hours 9 a.m. to 4 r.M.
rttO.n LAYSAN INI.AMt.
1iihIii mid Ciirlo.lllt- llriuiIil Sir
tlie Knrlt II. Ilncklcld.
Tho German iron bark H.
Hackfeld, Captain Barber, arrived
from Laysan Island today with
threo-fourths of a cargo of guano
for H. Hackfold & Co. Shu has
been absent from this port 57
days, and mado tho trip up in 25
days. Very rough weather was
experienced at tho island, so that
tho bark could not get a full
hivoi") thing was all well ou tho
island when tho vessol left. Nino
teon Japanese returned in tho
vessol. Max Schlemmer and ten
JapaneBO laborers remained. Tho
reporter was shown a shark's
skin hanging on deck, and was
told that the young man eater
from which it was taken had
chewed tho leg off a Jap. Pro
fessor Schaumsland, who has
been on tho island sinco tho pre
vious trip of tho vessol, has a
room full of skins of different
birds and other curiosities which
ho gathored. Ho represents a
AFTER THE KKCOrtD.
Tlie I.lnor Copllr N JI vlutr Hip rtilnu n
Had tho steamship China not
lowered her own timo between
Yokohama and Honolulu on her
last trip up, tho Coptic would
havo captured tho record on her
present voyago. Tho China holds
tho record with 9 days 10 houra
11 minutes, while tho Coptic's
timo on her present trip was 9
days 12 hours 39 minutes, only 2
hours and 23 minutes behind tho
It is moro thau likely tho Cop
tic will endeavor to beat tho re
cord to San Fraucisco of 5 days
8 hours 29 minutes now held by
tho China aud also made on her
last up trip.
Mill Uiuiur Hume.
Alexander Garvio has- resigned
his position as bookkeeper of tho
Hawaiian Sugar Compauy at Ma
kawoli, and will leave for his
homo in Scotland by tho steamer
Warrimoo on November 2-J. Mr.
Garvio was formerly employed in
Bishop & Co.'s bauk, having been
in this country moro than five
years. Ho was prominent in ath
letics in Honolulu, being a loau
iug player at cricket, tennis nnd
golf, and was ono of tho most val
ued members of tho Scottish This
tle Club. His successor nt Maka
woli will bo a Mr. Guild, a lato
arrival in tho islands. Mr. Garvio
wilt loavo many friends in both
city nnd country.
Tlie Coptli-'v Clilucae.
Tho Btoamor Coptic, which ar
rived from the Orion t this morn
ing, brought 080 Chinese nnd ono
Japanoso in the steerage. Of
those 599 aro contract laborers
aud tho balanco Btudonts, mecha
nics, otc. Thoy aro all at tho
Tho 2GG OhineBO who have been
in quarantino Binco tho arrival of
tho Peru will bo shipped to then
respective plantations this after
noon. ElNln Ailxlr.
Elsie Adair and her company
havo done- excellently in Kobe,
sayB tho Japan Herald of Oct. 8.
Thoy closed thoir season thoro
with a smoking concert in tho
Gymnasium on Monday 'night
last, when most of tho crack
amatourB, who so dolightcd Yoko
hama audiences when thoy enmo
up horo last winter, assisted.
I'ullliiz t'ou n try Trade.
Principal to commoroial travel
er returning from his travels
"How camo you to chargo suoh
low pricos to Ah Cute, who is well
known to bo a shaky oustomor?"
Commercial "I thought to my
solf, if tho man happens to fail,
wo shall not lose so much by '
King Bros, for
from 25 conts up
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