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Vol. II. No. 440.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
:. Published ovory day except Sunday nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Por Month, anywhere In the Ha
waiian Islands ft V'
Per Year. 8 U0
Per Year, .poHtrmid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
1'aynblo Invnrlublv lu Advnuoo.
Xolephono 260. P. O. Dox 89.
B. L. -FINNEY, Manager.
, JiOQKING GLASSES.
nro fmjuontly wanted for
temporary use and at -times
when expensive ones .oro not
iieudid. Wo havo some cheap
ones in While Enamel ".Frames
. that will answer the ipurpose.
AND WE HAVE
some of tlio richest Cut
Glass ever seen in tho country.
Genuine English Cut with
burnished gold rims -.which
relievo the monotony.
JIN FINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars and
Cheese Plates that aio of
grentcr service thim one would
.suppose at fust thought. They
keep eracluTfi and cheese fresh
whon other inonrs are dismal
. .failures. These articles are
. treasonable in price.
h needed in all kinds of
weather and while vu have
light showers nearly ovory
day theie are times when the
soil needs irrigating. And
when you have a hose look
to tho life of it and add to
it by tho purchase of a
It'fi the dragging of tho hose
over tho walks that kills it;
once tho covering is worn it
begins to cruck and your hose
won't hold water.
Vbii R bBil
Surveyor's -:- lostiiiente
FOR BALE !
A number of Second-hand Sur
veyor's Instruments, as Dumpy
Level, Theodolite), Planimoter,
CompnsB, Altimeter, Rule Brass,
etc., all in good order, are offered
for Balo nt reoeonnblo prices.
E" Apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Unfuruisheil Euowb, consisting of largo
sitting room, 2 bedrooms, diuiug loom,
small kitchen and bath. Also 0 foet vo
rimdfton thno sides. Kent cheap to suit
able party. Apply lo
N. P. UDRQESS,
438-tf -133 l'uiiohbonl stroot.
For Lease or Sale.
Tho Central House on Alftkca street,
neftr Ilotcl. Apply nt promibos.
139-tf Wm. WALE.
.ii"ilii i jmyyoirtji.'! ftHiPniJu.. t 'fr i
Ss the source of good health,
Makes Pure Blood,
Strengthens tho Norms,
Shaipons tho Appotiib,
Hemovos that Tirod Fooling,
and Makes Li'fo Worth Living.
Gal'J fnijats Jt tlis Wail'J's Crest ExposWcr.s.
-r-itcv.'arocif rlicr.plinl'R'Inn. Tiv
ii mic Ajui'h Siii'Mii.ulltii N W u.i
in-lit an thu vrrupner, nml is blos.-n lu
tho glft'i .of .oiidh uoltlu.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
3olo Agents for the liepublio of HtwalL
a vanv. iwit citoup.
Mlmiilo KpiurOy f.ir (Iip rrrrllilo ini
tlon l4L'Tprctl in I'rnuco.
Hevnrnl pupors of Pnris have
published thut Dr. Luugurdiorre
ot Toulouse had, at difforout
times, osporimented with success
with a now treatment o sure
eflicioncy for tho cure of that
terrible disease, the croup. Tho
now treatment consists in tho uso
of sulphur. Dr. Luugardiorre
narrates thus his first experiment:
"I called for some bulphur pow
der; took a tabi'eopoonftil of it,
which I diluted in a glass of
water, ordering to drink ono table
spoonful of Iho mixture every
hour, shaking it before using.
Next day tho child was better.
New potion for tho next day. Tho
following day tho child was cured.
Tho only thing loft was a loose
cough, which I attributed to tho
falso membranos circulating in
the tracheal artery. Asking tho
parents to save thorn for mo in
ciiso tho child should oxpectorato
thorn, two days after a Biiddon fit
of coughiug expelled them, and
three dried up pieces the size of a
large bean were brought to mo."
After that euro tho doctor ob
tained several others, but nono
more convincing than tho follow
ing: "A little girl was dying; neither
cry nor the least sound canio from
her larynx; the pimples of diph
theria were on hor oars, neck,
head and cheeks; hor wheezing
breathing could bo heard at twen
ty meters off.
"The doctor had secured a tuba
to insulllato nitrate of silver into
tho larynx. The paronta opposed
that, but consented tho child swal
low tho sulphurated potion during
"On tho next day tho child,
which I had considered ns lost,
was resuscitated tho voice was
restored, tho potion was contin
ued during that day, and the next
tho child was cured."
Tho communication of Dr. Lnu
gardierre is of too much import
ance to not bo tho subject of a
serious and immediato examina
tion, and it is for tho Acadomy of
Medicine to ordor such. Paris
Ilecr In Food,
Good boor builds up both bono
and brawn. It's strengthening
nourishing. Tho GormauB are
tho greatest boor drinkers. "Where
is thoro a hardior or moio stal
wart race of men? Pure beer is
beneficial to invalids, bracing to
tho woary, refresh ing to all.
"Rainier" a class by itBolf. Kept
freshly tapped or in bottles at the
WONDERFUL GOTO REMEDY
surtnvisoR ncJAmiN is avi:i.i,
Will Atlnrnto Itpiicwlnt; the Suiii'lj
il .tloillcliirK, Nil Urt'Rt l
Dndor tho nbovo hendlines the
San Francisco Chronicle of Octo
ber 15 1ms tho following:
Supervisor Benjamin visited
the I'eBt-houco yesterday to mnko
a personal investigation of the
effect of tho Goto cure for leprosy,
which wob purchased through his
.efforts. Ho says tho results of the
uso of tho uro aro astounding,
and that all the inmates aro ap
parently on tho road to recovery.
There aro fifteen of them, fourteen
being undor treatment, and all
show tho bonoticial cHocta of tho
"Old Annie,1' as tho agod Ohi
neso woman is known, was ono of
tho most acute sufferers, and when
tho euro arrived was not expected
to livo more than a month or two,
but, Benjamin says, has so rapidly
progrosBed toward health and
strength that bo is capable of do
ing considerable hard work.
An old German sailor who was
covered with sores upon his faco
and hands has been entirely purg
ed of these outward evidouces of
Tho effect of tho euro upon tho
minds of the alllictcd is tho most
beneficial, and in plnce of tho
dull despair which previously
possessed thorn, all aro now buoy
antly hopeful of recovery. Ernest
and Frank Biudt, two young
boys, show most decided improve
ment, and the processes of decay
have been arrested iu all the
So Batistactory has been tho
operation ot tlie euro that iur.
Benjamin will, on Monday next,
move a resolution appropriating
SG0O for tho purpose of replen
ishing tho supply, which is now
almost exhausted, and which
sum, ho thinks, will provo suffi
cient to carry on tho treatment
for twelve mouths longer.
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IIulli TiirrcfH Ilrciiiut Loosened llur
Now York, October 11 The
battleship Iudiaua, which arrived
today with tho rest of Admiral
Bunco's iloot, was badly used up
by tho storm which has raged
during tho past few days and
camo near the eud of its careor.
At 10 o'clock Monday night tho
Indiana sot up siguals to the flag
ship that tho eight inch turrot in
tho aftor-baltory had become loose.
She wub plunging about undor re
duced Btoam, tho officorB fearing
that tho weight of tho stool and
irou might at any minute bo heav
ed over upon and destroy tho
Soon after tho first signal was
displayed a second was set up that
tho thirteen inch turrot in tho
foropart of tho ship had also been
ripped from tho clamps. It was
spinning around and its great gun
wus swinging viciously hack and
forth as tho vossol plunged. Tues
day, aftor a desperate tight with
tho disarranged machinery, tho
turrets woie fastened with clamps
and hawsorB. During all of Mon
day tho ship mado only forty
milos. Tho full injury to tho tur
rets had not boon ascertained to
t'uiie CiilllvutnrN, Etc.
In a ohango of advertisement in
this iss,uo tho Hawaiian Hardware
Company calls attention to tho
merits of tho Avory Stubblo Dig
ger, Stubblo Shaver and Cane
Cultivators. Thosa maohinoB have
been thoroughly tested and aro in
use on Popookeo, Onomea and
"Wainaku plantations. Testimoni
als from tho managers may bo
seen at tho Hardwaro Company's
rarWJftjji )g .
THE LATEST ABOUT SUGAR
KXTIIK'IS 1'ltO.H OANTLE
aj?)js citK'iTi.Au .( rrrit.
M 4'lipat In 'otr!I:isaln (iriinii-
iHtrri nml rtrcl I.'lticliiuflitttrH'llli
Iuiimiftrd TmiSi.ic1p , I
From Custlo A- Cooko's circular
letter ou tho sugar market tho
following extiacts are made, giv
ing adviYt i up to and .Schilling
October Mth: ' m
Centrifugals Tho basis remain
ing at 3 cts for 90 degree. Fol
lowing aro tho sales reported :
Oct. 5, 1,100 bags spot, 'Jets for
UG degreos; Oct. 8, 350 bags spot,
3 cts for 96 degrees; Oct. 9, 15,000,
3 cts for 9G degroos; Oct. 12,-i,000,
3 ctB for 90 degrees.
Granulated Tho price iu New
York has dropped to 3.91 cts;
hero in S. F., it is 4 5 8 cts net.
Beets Have iluotuated down
ward somewhat, but at tho closo
have como buck to tho mark of
our last udvicoi-, viz 9s.
Below wo givo you tho quota
tions as received:
Oct. 5.... 9s Oct. 7.... 8d 114(1
" 8....8s8Jd " 9....89d
" 10...8slUjd " 12.. 8si)jd
" 13...8sl0.Ul " 14... 9b
Sugar Stock Following aro tho
closing quotations on dates given:
Oct. 5 $110. S98
7 107? 98V
8 107 97.(
0 105 97"
10 107 90
12 105$ 95J
13 107g W'i
14 107g 95?
Bice Following nre tho quota
tions: Hawaiian 4 cts. at 00 days;
Japan 3.85 duty paid.
Arrivals Transit, Honolulu,
Oct. 5: S. N. Castle, do, Oct.,0.
VcbboIb Discharging Nono.
Vessels "Waiting to Discharge
YcsBels on tho berth Irmgard,
Honolulu, advertised to sail on
tho 15th inst.; S. O. Allen, Houo
Inlti, will sail Oct. 23d; Albort,
Honolulu, no sailing dato given;
W. II. Dimond, Honolnlu.no Bail
iug dato given; Andrew "Welch
will follow tho Allen on tho berth;
Mary Dodge, Kahului, advertised
to sail on the 17th inst.
Y. .11. V. A. HoclHl.
The Y. M. 0. A. hall was woll
filled last night, the occasion bo
inc a social to young mon. Tho
following interesting program was
prepared for tho occasion, the
different numbers being all en
cored: Musical selection, by tho Nuu
auu Quartette; song, "Soldior's
Farowoll," by Messrs. Macurda,
Babbitt, Wood and "Warriuor;
Irish jig, by Robert Sharpo;
violin duot, Messrs. Lovo and
Uoitman; recitation, A. L. Morris;
song, "Absence," Quartette; club
Bwingiug, David Koii; banjo solo,
A. S. Cunha.
Aftor tho last number ico cream,
cake and light lefreshments were
served and nn enjoyable social
By tho next steamer from tho
Orient A. T. Hill, financial agont
of tho American board in tho Jap
nu mission, is expected to bo ou
board with his family on their
way to San Francisco. Hill ro
tiros from tho sorvicoof tho board,
Ihb duties being aBsumed by ono
of tho missionaries. Itov. W. W.
Curtis and family and Dr. Mary
A. Ilolbrook aro also to arrive
soon, perhaps on tho samo steam
er. Tho breaking health of Mrs.
Curtis necessitates hor return.
King Bros, latest consignment
of picturo frames has takon tho
town by storm. The designs aro
olegant. up-to-date and of tho
TO SHOOT FOR A DINNER
THE ANNUA!. FKAST Ol' Till.
MIAMI'S IIOI I r.ltli COMPANY.
I,lt of llioe ('itiimliii; I tin 'iinii't-
lnu Ira inn Tim I.incr to l'y
(,r (he I'fhm.
The annual dinner of tho Sharp
shooters Company takes place ou
the 14th of November and moro
than usual interest attaches to tho
occasion this yoar. Captains W.
E. Wall and J. L. McLean have
each selected a team from tho
Company ns nearly nliko in skill
at tho butts as possible. Tho teams
will Bhoot during tho day ot Nov
ember 14th and tho ono making
tho most points dines at tho ex
pense of tho other.
Tho teams selected aro given bo
low, but they aro, of course, sub
jeet to somo change in caso of
sickness or absence:
J h McLean
N U Emerson
J - Martin
Oapt. AV all's
W E Wall
J D McVeigh
J n Gh'son
T V King
II J) Johnson
F 0 IUiodes
O J Wnll
W J Forbctt
J A Mut'iinillcsB
W T MuuRimt
at N Hinders
D W Corbott
J F Scott
J A Mngoon
W II Hull
(1 J Campbell
F Ii Damon
O II r.crott
M II Juhuson
F 1! Oftt
A C Wall
After selecting tho nbovo teams
both captains at ouco commenced
to figure on what they could do,
judging from the past averages of
tho men. Captain Wall has figured
it out that his team can beat the
other by just eight points, while
Captaiii McLean sayB ho is away
off in his calculations and that his
men are good for at least ten
points mote than tho others.
Tho rivalry of tho two captuiiiB
has engendered n similar spirit
among tho mon composing tho re
spective teams anil sido bets arn
tho ordor of tho day. Captaiii
Campbell will stand to lose a tur
koy if his individual scoro docs
not oxcol that of Captaiii Sanders,
whilo E. O. Winston will wagor a
fat porkor that he can beat John
Grace. J. S. Martin is looking
for a bet with somebody his own
sizo and woight.
Tho Sharpshooters expect to
mako a very enjoyable affair out
of the celebration of thoir coming
Wcnltliy Co mi I o In I)lKree.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Castle,
a wealthy couplo of San FrauciB
co, were arrested lately iu London
for shoplifting. Tho wife did tho
stealing but tho husband has to
show thut ho did not havo guilty
knowledge of hor criminal actions.
Sho stole articlos ovory chanco alio
got, not only from storos but from
hotel tables. All that tho defense
offers in her behalf is that bIio
suffered from mental disorder
in othor words, that Bho is not
a thief, but a kleptomaniac. In
tho polico court tho couplo was
committod for trial under tho
enormous bail of $200,000.
Chief Justice Judd and Minis
tors Coopor, King and Smith woro
present at tho regimental parado
last night. Bain damponed tho
event somowhut, but tho marching
wad woll worth Booing. Tho Ha
waiian band, led by Prof. Borgor,
played at tho head of tho column.
Col. McLean and Adj. Schaofor
conducted tho parade, which was
hold in honor of Minister Coppor,
with special roforeuco to his do
parturo for Canada and tho Unitod
States by tho Miowora on Monday.
Citizens' Guards CortificatcB
can bo framed at King Bros, for
from 25 couts up.
aim Minn Jjji Jijii i n'i
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
K. rilltLICII KJ ri'SKIt HlMJItAlHlK
1'KOM lt.SKltl l'ICV.
Ilnid NMi'.irlu;; In I'Jim tini'iit ac '
Severn I .llHtlrr In I'robm.
CommUnlon lo i:iiulnnit.
Judgo Carb-r rendered a deci--1
sum nnd u di'i'itu in tho case ol
Koliikanakaole vb. W. G. Walke?
and Hakal.-iu Plantation Co., bill
in equity to cancel a deed, grant
ing a motion of defendants to dis
miss tho bill with costs, lieferrhuj
to tho ovidonco given for tho
plaintiff, tho Judgo said: "In my
cxporioiico of a little over n't
years as an officer of thiB Court, I
never know of bucIi a bad cage ot
falso testimony as haB been evi
denced iu this case." II. E. Coop
or and Magoou it Ediugs- for
plaintiff; W.lt.Castlo nnd Kinney
& Ballon for defendants.
Judgo Perry denied tho peti
tion for discharge of S. Ehrlich
from bankruptcy. Counsel for
petitioner noted nn appeal. O.
Brown for bankrupt; Thurston
& Stanley for assignee.
Judgo Carter has ordered P.
Muhlondorf, nssigneo of H. F.
Bortolmann, discharged aftor ho
pays the taxes on tho estate and
on filing final receipts of creditors.
AsBipnon in porfiou; E. P. Dole
for tho Government.
Mrs. Ellon L. Itiemonschuoider
petitions for probato of tho will
of her lato husband, in which sho
iB named as dovisoo and legatee
andS. B. Dolo as executor. Thoes
tato is valued at $0500, mostly in
Jutlgo Torry continued tho
hearing nu petition for adminis
tration of the cstato "of J. C.
Pacheco, tho man who was shot
by a pound officer, until tomor
row. Tho Oahu Railway & Land Co.
by its attornoy, Lylo A. Dickey,
domurs to tho complaint of A.
Judgo Cartor has ordered a
commission to issue for tak
ing the testimony of attest
ing witnesses to tho will o!
the lato Capt. H. W. Mist, It. N.
Ilurtwoll for petitioner.
NTIKKI.NU .11.1 T 1 1. KS III".
.tllnlNtvr 1(1 nt; on N'iiiihiiii Si ream Iu
iroveineii(N. Ministor King is not altogether
satisfied with tho progress being
mado on tho Nuuauu stream im
provements nnd has given orders
to Superintendent Bowell that tho
work iniiRt In hurried up. Ho ha
authorized Mr. Kovvoll to employ
all tho men that can bo worked to
advantage nnd, if necessary, to
continue tho work at night by
electric light. 1 ho near approach
of tho rainy season and tho dang
or of nn overflow hnvo a good deal
to do with tho issuing of theto
Minister King has also ordered
Bond Superintendent Cummiugs
to havo stono crossings laid ou
all tho principal streets, so that
ladios and children can cross
comfortably in muddy weather.
Tho stono for tho crossings at
fc'ort and Queon streetB is already
on tho ground and Mr. Cnmmins
hns boon told to bee that it id
An Oter-Viifllunt I'Htroliiinu.
Shortly after 10 o'clock last
night ovor Sprockets' Bank lights
woro soon moving about suspici
ously in offices that had boon
vacant for months. A patrol
man's attention having boon call
ed to it, ho at onco summoned aid
nnd cautiously crept up tho stair
way, whore they woro mot in tho
dark hall by Dunn's typowritor,
who dismissed nil their fears by
explaining that instead of bur
glars having designs on tho bank
bolow it was tho architect, work
ing ovor-timo hurrying up his do
sigiid for his now 370,000 building.
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