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Vol. II. No. 438.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 189G.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published evory day eicopt Sunday at
210 King Streot, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, any whore in tho Hn
wniian Islands 3 76
Per Year. 8 UO
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Cnnnda, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, i'her Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnynblo Invariably In Advnnoo.
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
V J. T. WATERHOUSE
are frequently wanted for
temporary uso and at times
when expersssvo ones nro not
needed. Wo have some cheap
ones in Whito Enamel Frames,
that will answer tho purpose.
i AND WE HAVE
some of the richest Cut
Glass ever seen in tho country.
Genuine English Cut with
burnished gold rims which
relievo tho monotony.
IN FINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars and
Cheeso Plates thnt are of
greater service than one would
I suppose at first thought. They
keep craoUevs and cheese fresh
when other means are dismal
failures. Those articles are
ys reasonable in price.
is needed in all kinds of
'weather and while we have
light showers nearly every
day thote are times when the
soil needs irrigating. And
when you have a hose look
to the life of it and add to
it by tho purchase .of a
It's the dragging of the hose
over tho walks that kills it;
once the covering is worn it
begins to crack and your iioso
won't hold water.
J. T. WATERHOUS
v,' A Queen Street.
How Are You
XJU rOr oaass5S!.,-7r,WC'.'U
Wo koap tho Latest Nov
elties iu tho nbove. No
shopworn goods on hand.
Exclusive designs. .
, "The Kash,"
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
f' "Wjaverloy Block, 9 Hotel street
i) &r Shirts Made to Order.
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fl Cure JjCK HEADACHE.
Are -Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coaxed,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good tor the Stomach,
Good tor the Liver,
Good for the Bowels.
THERE ARE NO OTHER TILLS
SO COOP AS
Hlghoat Awards at tho World's
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole AKontB for tho Republic of Hnwnii.
KUUKV'S A IT A J Its.
Moro Oloirtl Under !!
Iriilnt lor Itent
The storo oE Brown & Kubey iB
closed for tho present, owing to
Biower As Co. tho landlords, hav
ing seized certain goods in the
storo under distraint for rout.
Mr. Brown, tho senior raombor of
the firm, left about three months
ego with about $3000 of tho firm's
money to puy Amuricau creditors,
nud barring tho receipt of a tele
gram from Chicago to tho effect
that he was on iiis way back,
nothing 1ms been heard of him.
It is supposed Unit the uncertain
ty of Mr. Brown's move
ments have led to notion
by local creditors, although Mr.
Kubey hopes that tho Australia
will bring defiuite news of his
partner, if he does not coma in
person. It is understood that
Mr. Kubey will fight tho levy
made on his goods by Brewer &
Co., nud thut a heavy suit for
damages will bo one of tho first
moves made by his attorney, A. S.
Ilarly Itloriiluijr Uurfjlnry
At tin early hour this morning
William Froitas, who resides on
Punchbowl, was awakoned by n
strange noiso in tho house. Ho
got up to investigate and found a
native in tho act of leaving with a
bundle of things belonging to
him. Ho grappled with tho in
truder and got a black oye for his
pains. Ho then picked up a club
and wont for the man a second
time, but tho burglar drow a knife
and Froitas took to his heels. Ho
was at tho police station later on
detailing liin experiences and giv
ing a description of his lost pro
perty, among which was u silver
watch. Detective Kaapa has the'
matter in hand.
Ileer I 1'uod.
Good boor builds up both bono
and brawn. It's strougthouing
nourishing. Tho Gormaus aro
tho groatost boor drinkers. Whore
i'b there a hardior or moio stal
wart race of men? Pure beer is
beneficial to invalids, bracing to
tho weary, refreshing to all.
"Rainier" a claBs by itself. Kept
freshly tapped or in bottles at tho
Tho last trial of Georgo Hough
tailing for soiling liquor without
a license took plaoo on Septem
ber 21st. At that time a decision
was reserved until Oct. 7th, at
which dato it was further taken
under advisement uutil today.
This morning Judgo do la
Vorgno announced that a deci
sion had not yot been reached.
THE PROPHECY FULFILLED
an i'.nucish Ht'-xrnt.tnxTs a vns
I)Itiir1oil tlic ITIiiiiimr ofn Irlcl mid
uuk Deprived ( Drcont
As a kind of souvenir of his
lulvuuturus in Egypt and tho
Soudan, Mr. Ingram bought a
ni'immy for .C50 from the English
Consul at Luxor. Tho niununy
was that of a priost of Thetis, and
it boro a mystorious inscription.
After 'obtaining, at Cairo, the
necessary pormits, Ingram seat
tho .mummy homo in a big case,
which was opened by his brothers.
Over tho faco was a papier macho
imask, which is now deposited in
tho British Museum. The lust
named institution was asked to
send along un export to deciphor
.and trauslato tho inscription,
which waB long and blood-curd
ling. It set forth that whosoever
disturbed tho body of this piiest
should himself bo deprived of do
cent burial; ho would meet with a
violent death, nud his manglod
remauis would bo "carried down
by a rush of waters to tho sea."
This is tho first part of a fas
cinating romanco of real life.
Some time after sending tho
mummy homo Mr. Ingram and
Sir Henry Moux wore olophaut
shooting in Somalilaud, when one
day the natives brought in a groat
chunk of dried eaith, saying it
was the spoor of the biggest ele
phant in the world. The tempta
tion was too much for tho two
sportsmen, so they hunted up
that hord. "I've loft my olephant
gun behind," cried Sir Henry, in
dismay. "Take mine," said In
gram, generously, leaving himsolf
with u comparatively impotent
AVhon they sighted tno ele
phants Sir Henry wont after a
bull and Mr. Ingram turned his
attoution to an enormous cow.
His method was to turn round in
his saddle, lira a shot and then
gallop hiB pony on ahead, dodg
ing tho infuriated olephant among
tho trees. At last, looking back
for another fchot, ho was swept
out of his saddle by tho drooping
bough of a tiee.
The moment ho reached tho
ground tho wounded olephant was
upon him, goring nud trampling
him to death, notwithstanding tho
heroism of his Somali servant,
who poured n charge of shot right
into the monster's ear. For days
tho olephant would not let auyone
approach tho spot, but eventually
Mr. Iugram's remains were rovor
ontly gathored up and buried for
tho time being iu a nullah or rav
ine Nover again was tho body
seen, for when nn expedition was
afterward dispatched to tho spot
only ono sook and part of a human
bone woro found; these pitiful re
lics wero subsequently interred at
Adon with military honors. It
was found that tho Hoods caused
by heavy rains had washed nway
Mr. Ingrain's romaius, thoroby
fulfilling tho ancient prophecy
tho awful tin oat of tho piiest of
Thetis. Loudon Standard.
A llllSllK'HH .till II XlllV,
'My son,' said tho grnybcind,
'yon aro about to go forth to do
battlo with tho world.' 'Yes,
father,' said tho young man. 'Ono
of tho first things you should
lonrn, my boy,' tho old man con
tinued, 'is to loam to say "no,"'
'I think I undorstand.' 'I duuno
whether you do or not. Tho point
I am tryipg to got at is that tho
habit of saying "uaw" and "nit"
was all right while you woro in
col lego, but it ain't tho correct
thing for a business man.'
Beautiful, artistic, accurate,
charming island viows at King
Bros. Every prominent point on
tho islands is photographed by us
and painted by tho host of our
MATCHING GREAT HORSES
TO co.ii peti:.
Tl Anitl It'nii l'nuir llo'bctt J.
Pliilclird AkuIiihI Filtr, (ho Trot
ting Kltiir ot (lie Antlpodc.
A match botwoeu celebrities iu
tho world of trotting horses, rep
of the globe, is now on tho tapis,
and if it can bo pulled off will go
on rooord as one of tho notable
ovonts of turf annals. In a re
cent issuo of tho Chicago Horse
man Georgo M. Slatol of Sydney,
Australia, offers to match his trot
ter, Fritz, rooord 2:14J, made on a
grass track at Melbourne in
March, 189G, against any trotting
horse iu tho world for $10,000 a
Bido. Tho challenge has been
taken up by Bunker Lowis G.
Towksbury of New York, who
owns Robert J 2-.00J, Mascot 2:04,
Paul 2:07- and other flyers.
In n letter to tho Horseman,
dated Friday, Mr. Tewksbury
states tho terms under which ho
will take his representative ('pro
bably Bobort J.) to Australia,
starting December 1 noxt, the raco
to tako place iu six weeks nftor
arrival at Sydney, milo heats, best
three in five, National Trotting
Association of America rules to
govern. Mr. Towksbury also
makes as a counter proposal that
if tho Australians will bring their
horso to the United States ho can
probably bo induce 1 to give them
odds of 20,000 to $10,000 on the
event, besides doubling tho allow
ance they propose for expenses,
which proposal ho specifies as his
estimate of the great handicap
which is placed upon tho horso
that travels half around the world
and undergoes a great climatic
Mr. Towksbury asks that tho
challenger bo requested to cable
his acceptance by November 14,
so it' may be soon known whether
tho battlo will tako placo and
. , i . .
ruir iinv iiooic.
Tliu I'liormiiiiM liiiHluvtH afllioXuga
mikl IlorK im iiSumplc.
Editou Bulletin: Since writ
ing the letter you published yes
terday on tho subject of a dry
dock I camo across an itom in n
foreign papor which shows what
an ouormous busiufss is boing
dono in tho Nagasaki docks. At
present that port hnB only nno
dry dock, but a second ono, 371
feet in length, will bo opened
shortly to accommodate tho rapid
ly increasing business coming to
tho port. During the year 1805
there wero 171 vessels of war and
198 merchant vessels dooked at
Nagasaki, which certainly in
dicates vory lively times
along tho waterfront of that
city. Tho demands of tho
Japanoso navy have required tho
uso of tho first dry dock con
structed to such an oxtont as to
necessitate tho building of tho
second. I presont the abovo sta
tistics as showing tho possibilities
of such a dock hero. What Jap
anose cupital is doing for tho port
of Nagasaki may suroly bo dono
for Honolulu by Amorican and
At Tlioiunv Niiiuro.
Tho band will play at Thomas
squaro this evening at 7:30, with
the following program:
Overture-King's Lieutenant Tltl
Finale -Bivouac Pctrelln
Selection Norma Bellini
iloolieno, l'ua Alanl, Nu'u 1 ka 1'alal.
Fantasia Kmperor'g Review Ellenbcrt;
Oavotte Hohenzollern Tblelu
Waltz OIU Melodies IlerRer
Slarcli Waililnuton Post tionsa
Oitizons' Guards Certificates
can bo framed at Kiuc Bros, for
J from 25 cents up.
WCTU ANNUAL MEETING
FINANCIAL CONDITION OI'
Heparin of onirert mid Commit- "
iurM-'Rrr iiona j iur. nun-
ley nud ,1JI rcou.
At tho annual meeting of tho
"V. O. T. U. yoBtordny nftornoon,
tho report of tho treasurer, Mrs
It. J. Grcone, showed a doficit of
$3.50, which had boon made good
by tho auditor, Mrs. W. A.
Mrs. Jordan's roport showed
tho "Y's" to bo flourishing, al
though only three meotings had
been hold. Miss H. S. Judd also
roportod for the Loyal Legion.
Mrs. Phobo A. Parmoleo pre
sented a stntemont of the assets
and liabilities of tho Woman's
Miss Chamberlain read tho ro
port of tho Board of Directors of
the Exchauge, Mrs. J. M. "Whit
ney a paper on the early history
of women's exchanges in general
and a resume of tho- local estab
lishment, and Miss M. E. Groon
reported on hor mission work
among tho native Uawaiiaus.
Tho election of officers resulted
as follows: Mrs J. M. Whituoy,
president; Mrs. P. C. Jones, Mrs.
II. W. Peck and Mrs. W. O.
Weedou, vico presidents; Mrs. B.
J. Greono, recording secrotary;
Mrs. 13. W. Jordan, correspond
ing secretary; Mrs. L. B. Conn,
Following is Miss Green's re
port iu full:
"An annual meeting of tho "W.
0. T. U. of Hawaii nei is upon
us; another reminder of tho rnpid
flight of time, and of tho increas
ing importance of boing up and
doing in behalf of tho causo that
wo represent. Wo aro heio today
in this spacious room where are
evident trophios of patient effort. '
we look around us, and tnon at
oaoh other, exchanging congratu
lations; for, on our banner is in
scribed "Success." Tiirough all
the year that is past our God had
lout us signal aid. For Him wo
work, and to him wo look for the
blessings wo implore. So then
dear whito ribbon sisters, lot us
tako fresh courngo, and lift up
our hearts, for "rodomptiou draw
oth nigh." It woro not woll to
dwoll altogether on tho daik sido
of this picture; there's a silver
lining to ovory cloud, yo fearful
saints, etc. One yonr ago our
"base of hope" removed from
Kaumakapili church to tho audi
torium of tho Ohiueso church,
where wo still meet on tho 22d of
Jauuary. Mr. Frank Damon gavo
its members a plaiu practical talk,
Ada AV. January 2(5, ltev. Mr.
Peck at tho M. E. church dis
coursed ably on the liquor trallio
in Hawnii. During this year,
frequent visits havo boon made to
tho Exchange, and aid rendered.
In April commoncod a series of
good gifts to tho Exchange In
May it was found tho lunch room
on King street was too limited for
tho members that camo in. In
Juno was a grand opening of this
building which will bo reported
as you will hereafter learn.
Tho Biblo readers givo an ac
count of Palama-uka and Pnlamn
kai in roferonco to intemperance
that i'b by no menus pleasing, but
wo havo reason to hopo for better
things when we think of tho little
chapol, and of llov. J. Lowis' la
bors thoro, and among the peoplo
of the district. I havo rocoutly
spent two months ou Maui, and
for tho first time labored at Mo
kulau and Kipahnlu. Tho first
named place is visited only onco a
month by Bteamor. Thoro wo sco
"nn halo pili," grass houses, and
hear tho sound of tho kapn pound
ing; and in but fow placos olso
where, quite primitivo. But ovon
hero the trail of tho serpent is
kuowu. Ho has used his wiles to
usurp the God givon power of ro-
Continued on 4th Page.
JUDGMENT ON $500 BOND
iwu.vi) ,u.ir sniii.ttiN roti a
KT,.ri i-rmlP .itHllcrx-Aiintlirr
llcmiirrrr to l.nud Oiiiidriiumtlnu
Suit -Loun KleclmmlTrlnl.
Accounts of tho Sorenson es-''
tntu have boon approved by Judgo
"Win. H. 0. Campbell petitions
that TV. O. Smith bo appointed
administrator of tho oBtato of tho
lato Julia K. Campbell, wifo ol
petitioner, who died intestato
leaving an estate valued at $2305,
of which $1350 is represented by
real property and tho balance
Tho Bepnblio of Hawnii by E.
P. Dolo, Deputy Attorney-General,
demurs to tho complaint of
W. C. Peacock & Co., for duties
unlawfully collected, on tho
grounds of no jurisdiction of
court, no legnl capacity of plain
tiffs to briug the suit, not facts
sufficient in tho complaint, and
the complaint's being nmbiguniH,
Tho Trustees of tho Bishop
estate, by Kinney & Ballou,
demur to the action for condom
nation of land brought by the
Minister of tho lutorior on tho
grounds of misjoinder, waut of
Judgo Porry has rendered a de
cision on tho action on a bond of
tho Minister ot Foreign Affairs
against Lnu Suu, Leong Fai
Shnng nud Georgo Cnvenangh.
Tho two last named dofondnuts
woro sureties for tho first one,
that ho should loavo tho country on
tho expiration of a six months'
rcsidouco pormit. Lau Sun tho
principal could not bo found for
Hervice of summons. Leong Fni
Shnng was served but neglected to
nppoar and is declared in default.
Goorco Cavonauuh nrmnnrrvl nnrl
stated that ho had no dofonso to
tho aetiouj nnd dosircd, fur
thor timo withiu whijh to porforra
tho condition of tho bond, sayiug
ho thought ho could get tho
principal out of tho country with
in tho noxt thirty days. This re
quest tho Court could not grant.
It finds tho plaiutiff enti
tled to judgraont for tho full
nmount claimed, $500, against
tho two dofendants who wero
sorvod with process. E. P. Dolo
for plaintiff; dofondant Cavo
naugh iu person.
Judgo Carter is having tho
third day of tho Ilamakua ojeot
ANOTIIi:it Hi LI. 4JA1IIC.
Arraiiifciiiriiti .Undo fir tlix WtiluUu
Tcum Iu lluy dm Stnm.
Tho nocossary nrrnugomeutsfor
tho return game of baseball next
Saturday between tho Stars nnd
Wailuku toara havo boon com
pleted and word was sent to that
offeot by tho Olaudino Inst night.
The Wailuku team will como
ovor by the Hall on Friday after
noon and return on Tuesday
morning ou tho samx vessel.
During thoir stay hero they will
bo tho guests of tho Stars.
It is understood that tho Wai
luku team will bo matuiially
strengthened and that tho Stars
will have to play ball for all thero
iB in it to win. Tho lnttor club
will commonco practicing this
oyoniug and keep it up until Sat
urday. A good numbor of town boys'
woro out at the baseball "grounds'
yestorday evening for football
practice. Two elevens lined up,
and woro givon pointors by Mr.
Robinson, a Stauford 'Varsity
man. Tho boyB nro growing
beautiful crops of football hair.
Ono of thorn puts a fellow in
mind of Padorowski. All enthu
siasts who wish to join in this
hoalthy sport are wolcomo to nt
tond theso prnotico games.