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Vol. II. No. 442.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1896.
Prick 5 Cknts.
J& I Pi
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Publlabod every clay except Sundny nt
210 King Streot, Ilonolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anywhero in tho Ha
waiian Islands 6 70
Per Year. 8 UO
For Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countrlos 13 00
Payable Invorlnlilv lu Advnnoo.
Tolophoco 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
j. T. WATERHOU
aro frequently wanted for
temporary uho and at times
when expensive ones are not
needed. Wo have s-unc cheap
ones in White "enamel Frames
that will answer the purpose.
AND WE HAVE
some of the richest Cut
Glass ever seen in tho country.
Genuine English Cut with
burnished gold rims which
relieve tho monotony.
IN FINE CHINA
there's Biecnifc Jars and
Cheese Plates that are of
greater service than one would
.suppose at liul thought. They
keep crackers and cheese fresh
when other ineni s are dismal
failures Theso articles are
reasonable in price.
is needed in all kinds of
weather and whilo wo have
light showers nearly every
dr.-thei o are times when tho
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 tho dragging of the hose
over the walks that kills it;
once tho covering is worn it
begins to crack and your hose
won't hold water.
j. T. WATERHOUSE
Fireman's Ftind Insoranee Co.
Of San Francisco.
Tho uiuk'rsignoil linn resigned thonctivo
ninnngeiuent of tho biifuui-bs lu Honolulu
of tlio above tumid uouu-uiiy bat will ro
tain n ctJHi(Vralij iuieri-st in its continued
proMpenty. And uwiufuto, vhlle thanking
his tnotuls and cimtoimrH i;cncia ly for
their kind patrounK in tho M, oaruestly
hopes that the biiBiness will hn bestowed
on hla BucceRhorx, Moshih, lliuliop .to Co.,
lio lmo been commission' d na iigoutu to
tulio effect today.
JOHN II. I'ATY.
Honolulu, 15th October, lh03.
licfeiriug to tho nboo, uptico is hereby
gUen tlmt uo lime thin ilny assumed tho
agency for tho Hawaii in Islands of the
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO.,
BISHOP & CO., Agents.
Unf annulled Ruomtj, consisting of largo
Bitting room, 2 bedrooms, dining room,
small kitohen and bath. Aluo 0 foet ve
randa on three bides, llent cheap to stilt
able party. Apply lo
138-tf 438 l'unchbowl street.
For Lease or Sale.
,im- Tho Central House on Alakoa street,
near Hotel. Apply at promises.
130.H Wm. WALE.
... J'm j.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Will rollovo tho most dis
tressing cough, sootlio
tho inflamed membrane,
loosen the phlegm, and
intluco refreshing sleep.
Por tho euro of Croup,
Whooping Cough, Soro
TJiro.it, ami nil tho puU
monary troubles to which
tho young aro so liable,
thero is no other remedy so effect-
A Record of nearly 60 years
Gold Mcrtsls at the World's Chlel Expositions.
ftTT" Tho II inn1, Ajt r' tiorry lVclnrnt,
It prominent mi tlie uiiihim'I- mill Is blown
In (lie i' I is.i ut c.ilIi I iiitlc. T iKu no cheap
liollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho llepublio of Hawaii.
I IIC PAfll'IU htHAIIto..
Jl'lillaiti-liilila r.nliitr Smith-Alert to
HvllPti AiIiiiim nt Honolulu.
"VMIej.i.Oct- her 15. Tho flag
ship Plniid Jpljin mil como to the
yuul shortly for clucking and
painting, but is expected to ro
nmin lions but a fowdiys, aBit
is the intention to ho ml bor on n
winter cruise down the const of
Contr.i and South America, whoro
tlio nntiquiited wondcn cruiser
Marion is nowthesnlo repiosont.i
ttvo of tho 13 nitcd btntuB.
Tho iron guubont Alert, which
has recently spout neurly a j'ear
on tin- Ccntml Ainurican coast,
will probably not go back soon,
:ih tho duty thoro is generally
oonsuleied n-voro and tho tropi
cal clunato is particularly ener
vating. The gunho-t Bouuington,
which hus rocnlly thtTOughly
overhauled, will probubly bo tho
next slit) to tuko tho Central
American duty. Tho Alert will
probably go to Honolulu to re
lieve the wooden ship Adams.
Work on tho hull of th- Hart
fold, u Inch is being rebuilt here,
has been practicilly suspended
after laying tho ftp ir and gun
decks, .uui tho ship, which has
becorao a landmark in tho years
that alio has beon under repairs
heto, nill piob'bly loinain a year
or two mow in tho workmen's
Work on tho cruiser Oharloston
will bo begun this wook, She is
to bo completely ovorhuulod. spe
cial attention being gnon to tho
ongines and boilors. Shu will bo
leudy for son nt xt July.
Lust Satuiday ovening. at tho
Pallium chapel, tho second month
ly entertainment took placo. A
largo number wero present. An
oxcellent program was rendered
by tho young ladies fiom tho Ka
raolmm ha Girls' school, and was
thoroughly pujoyed by those
present. The program wns as
1 Chorus Itise O Nhtlit
KluhtCLii Yobiii; I.adle
2 Hecitntlou I.jrtla Aholo
,') rhino boIo UUen Desha
1 Uliorua Springtime Bonus
S Kccltiitlon Helen Desliu
0 Vocal Solo.,.. Itosma dliaw
7 Piano tluct Isabclluauu I.uclllo Mutch
U I'iano duet.
Lena Ilosewarue and Ilelcu
4 CIioruB Nonecaso Rhymes
5 Vocal Solo Lydla Abolo
6 ltccltatlon Elltabetli Kalianu
7 Chorus Fly With Mo EDdlng with
K. O. S. call.
Prames for Citizens' Guard Cer
tificates mado to order for from
10c. each up at King Bros., 110
jiM&J$k. Ji i i .i mtxdB'a jm2,Jiii .- mfji .l JaJiUatk
AND THE STARS ARE SORE
ijicavsk Tin;WAiiiUKVH snort i:n
'im:.iz now io PI.AV ii i li,.
I.nrco Cruu'il nnil mi Interest Inc
(Jxnio-Tlie Slnri Wnra Out lMn !
nt t.tory I'oluL.
About 800 people and a host of
small boyB wero present at Satur
day's ball gamo and enjoyed them
selves to their hearts' enntont.
Tho sympathies of tlio croud weio
with the Wailuku boyB from tho
start and they wero not misplaced.
After Bomo delay Chan. Wilder
and Qoorgo Angus consented to
sorvo as umpires and tho Wailuku
team went to tho bat. Six runs
in tho first innings showed they
meant business and taught tho
Stars much more respect for their
adversaries than thoy had hither
to had. Tho Wailuku boys put up
an almost faultless game, only
one passed ball being credited to
them. Their Holding and batting
was excellent and by far tho best
soon this season. Features of tho
gamo wore somo Quo running
catches and n hit over the right
field fence fcr a homo run by
Kuikahi, tho Wailuku third base
man. Tho Stars played miserably and
neither one of tho three pitchers
they tried helped matters. Thoy
showed a wotul lack of practico
and tho usual large supply of
over - couiidencc. Tho general
opinion is that their defeat was a
good thing for them as they aro
now awaro that thero aro others
who can play ball.
The details of tho gamo aro
Fikbt Por tho Wailuku Ross
was first to tho bat and got his
firBt ou a muff by McNicholl,
Cummings took his baso on balls
and Boss went to second, Meheula
got first on a mu It by Lishmau,
Boss came home on a passed ball.
Kauka was hit by a pitched ball
and took a base, Akina's threo-bagger
brought iu threo runs, Bailoy
came in on a passed ball, Moss
man made his base and stole sec
ond, Kuikahi wa6 struck out. Pa
lea made lirst and Bailoy scored,
Boss ilow out to Carter, Cum
mings struck out.
Por tho Stars Willio Wilder
struck out, Willis ilew out at left
field, Hart made his first on a
liner to first and was put out off
Second Meheula struck out,
Kauka was put at first. Akina met
his fato at tho same place.
Harry Wilder got in a drive
just insido tho foul lino for two
bases, Pryca ilew out to right field
and Wilder wont to third, Lish
mau failed to reach first and Harry
"Wilder was put out at tho homo
Third Bailoy kuookod a Jly to
Willio Wilder but Pryco wanted
it as well and they came iuto col
lision, tho battor getting to sec
ond. MosBmau failed to reach first
but Bailey took his third. Kui
kahi struck out uud Paler, was put
out at first.
Woods was put out at first on a
groundor to shortstop, Babbitt
couldn't rcaeh tho first bag ns
quick as tho ball norCatteroither.
Fourth - Bobs knocked tho ball
into pitcher's hands and wont out
at first, Cummings did tho same
thing and Meheula How out to
Willio Wilder ilow out at con
torfield, Willis took his baso on
balls and was put out trying to
steal Bocond. Hart mado first by
a mull' of third baseman, Harry
"Wilder got in u base hit and Hurt
went to third. Pryco ilew out at
Fifth Kauka mado a baso hit
and was put out at second on
Akina's singlo, Bailey's threo
bagger brought Akina homo.
Mossman's single brought iu au
othor ruu. Kuikahi went out on
a foul fly. Palea's hit to abort-
stop WUB muffed by Pryco and
Mossman canio home. Boss' sin-
glo Bout Palea to third. Ross
singlo sent Palea to third. Ross
stolo second, Cummings' single
brought in Palea nnd Ross. Cum
mingB took third on a passed ball
and came in ou Mehoula's single.
Meheula took second on a passed
ball. Kauka strur-k out.
Lishman took fust and stolo
second, Woods struck out. Babbitt
fl.nv out to pitcher. Lishman
Btolo thiul. Carter's singlo
brought Lishman homo. Willio
"Wilder ilew out at right field.
Sixth Akimi ilow out at short
stop, Bailoy ilew out to Pryco aud
Mossman knoFktd a ily into Lish-
For tho Stars Willis failed to
rrmko fiist, Hart's high foul went
to third on a npleudid running
catch and Harry Wilder went out
ou another long run and ily catch
by left field.
Seventh Kuikahi got first by
tho skin of his teeth and camo
homo on tho overthrow to Willis,
Palea wont out at firBt and Ross
followed suit. Ciuuinings mado a
bdso hit, Mehcula's baso hit sent
Cummings to third. Kauka's sin
glo brought OummingB homo.
Akina advnuced everybody a baso
on four balls. Bailoy flew out to
Tom Pryco went out at first,
Lishman cot in a two bacacr and
got third on a passed ball, Woods
wont out at first and Lishmau
Bcored, Babbitt mado a safo hit
and stolo second. Carter's baso
hit brought Babbitt home. Carter
was put out trying to get sec
ond. Eighth Mossman got first by
Willis's muff. Kuikahi's hit over
tho right field fence was good for
a homo run. Palea's Ily was
m.ssed by Pryce, but ho was put
out betweon first and second.
Ross made first and went to third
ou Cunmiings' two bagger. Mo
heula's singlo brought iu two
runs. Kauka mado his base.
Akina ilew out to Tom Pryco,
Bailee's baso hit sent Kauka to
third, Bailoy stolo 6ccond, Mobs
irmn was struck out.
For tho Stars Willio Wilder
wus put out at first, Willis mado
his baso by a mull' of loft field aud
was put out trying to steal sec
ond. Hart was put out at first.
Ninth Kuikahi took his base
on Dal is and stolo second ana
took thiid on a passed ball aud
camo homo on anofhor. Palea
took his baso on bulls. Ross and
Palea wont out at first and second
on a double play. Cummiugs
took a baso on balls. Moheula
made i'ust aud Cummings went to
second aud stolo third and camo
in ou Kauka's singlo. Akina
failed to reach first.
Harry Wilder mado first and
stolo second and third. Pryco
wont out at first and Harry scored.
Lishmau How out to catcher.
"Woods mado first, Babbitt mado a
single, Woods scoretl whilo Bab-'
bitt was trying to steal second,
Cartor was put out at firBt.
Following is the scoro by in
nings: 1 2 3 -1 5 G 7 8
Wailuku.. G 0 0 0 G 0 2 5
Stars .... 00001020
tiii: Hawaii y i:xim:s.
a r:v Trliil
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. 8. Tho
case of tho Hawaiian exiles, Mul
lor, Cranstoun and Johnston, who
woio deported fiom Honolulu dur
ing tho revolution on tho steamer
Wauimoo, and who aro Huing the
Hawaiian GoNoinmont through
tho Canadian Austialian Steam
ship Company for 850,000 dam
ages each, oamo up iu tho Supromo
Court again yestoulay, whon Mr.
Justico Bolo made an order for a
now trial on Jan 5 next. Mean
while a comnusbiou will bo sent
to Australia to oxaniino Captain
Bird, who commanded tho War
rimoo at the time of tho incident,
but who is now in business in
Tho French cruiser Algor re
cently boat tho British steamer
Empress of China by two hourB
iu tho run from Kobo to Yoko
hama. Tho Algor is of -1122 tons
ot displacement and 8000 horse
power, while tho Empress of Chi
na iB about 8000 tonB aud 10,000
liorsopowor. Tho Algor's trial
speed waB 19.5 knots.
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
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Below is a summary of tho
principal intelligence of general
interest, excepting matters given
at more length olsewhoro, brought
by tho steamer Belgic from San
Francisco on Saturday:
MAYER TOR WOMAN SDFntAGE.
Tho California W. C. T. U. has
appointed the Saturday aud Mon
day before olection day to fast and
pray for woman suffrage.
Tynan, tho alleged dynamiter,
has been released from prison.
Ho sayB ho had nothing to do
with dynamite, ant mado expres
sions of undying hatred to Eng
land. THE MARTIAN CANALS.
A telegram roceived at BoFton
from tho Lowell observatory,
Flagstaff, Ariz., aunouuees that
tho cauals on tho planet Mars
CayB,Phison nnd Euphrates have
booii observed doubled.
RIOIIT or SEARCH DENIED.
Constantinople, October 1(5.
The embassies of tho powers havo
sent an idonticnl noto to tho Porto
refusing its demand to bo accord
ed tho right of searching foreign
vessola in Turkish waters for
RIOrS IN BRITISH OUIANA.
A spocial to tho Now York
World from Kingston, Jamaica,
says: Serious riots are reported
from Georgetown, tho capitul of
British Guiana. Tho police, in
trying to restoro order, woro ob
liged to iiro on tho mob. Threo
rioters wero killed and many
CLAIM AGAINST TURKEY.
Constantinople, Ootober 15.
United States Minister Terroll has
lodged with tho Turkish Govern
ment a claim for $-10,000 indem
nity on behalf of Mrs. Lenz, moth
er of Frank Lonz, tho Pittsburg
bicyclist, who waB murdered by
Kurds whilo travoling through
Asiatic Turkey in 1895.
TOR CANADIAN INDEPENDENCE.
On tho night of tho 14th inst.,
in tho city of Montreal and at tho
Ottawa Hotel, where tho Sous of
Liberty organized in 1837, a
secret meeting was held of 150
prominent Canadians, pledged as
members of tho Canadian Inde
pendence Club. A constitution
and by-laws woro adopted. The
main point in the preamble to the
Constitution is a pledge to work
with might and main for tho poli
tical iudepondenco of Canada.
KILLED HIS PARTNER.
E. T. Hicks, a detective agent,
was shot through tho hoart Oct. 15
by his partner, J. A. Mitchell,
and died almost immediately. Tho
shooting occur! cd iu tho oilico on
tho blxth iloor of tho Spreckels
buildinir, San Francisco, a few
minutes after 2 o'clock, and whilo
tho circumstancos immediately
leading to tho deed aro not known
it is apparent that both Mitchell
and his victim wero both almost
blind with passion and in tho
midst of a violent tiuarrol.
BENSATION OF A SPEECH.
Sir Edward Clarke, M. P. for
Plymouth who was Solicitor Gen
eral in Lord Salisbury's provious
ministry, is being haulod over tho
coals by tho Tory press for a
speech ho mado at York the othor
day. Ho said ho believed tho de
cision of tho American Boundary
Commission would bo against Eng
land, not bocauBO it was a hostile
commission, but bocausoj ho believ
ed, no honest and impartial arbitra
tion commission could decide in
favor of England's claim upon the
Continued on Slh Page,
ARRIVAL OF AUSTRALIA
i, uun: MJTii:t'K or iiv.tmrutn
ilia HTtlii'j In London 'oiilcntii
Ontr:;(! IioiiIjIpa C Kinlu
ItlC Ilnii In Suitor.
Tho steamer Anshalia arrived
in tlio Oceanic dock at 2:10, bring
ing thu following largo list of
Miss Mary Alexander, Fathor
Adalbert, Miss L Batcholor, Hon
H P Baldwin and two child ron,
Miss M Borg, Mrs Geo Beckloy,
two children and maid,
Mrs W H Brown, Mrs C A
Brown, two children and nurse, A
J Campbell, Miss A Carroll, P G
Camarinos, Mrs M Crano,
Misa Crano Miss, G Dowsott,
Miss R Dowsott, Father Em
ineran, O P Emorson and wife, A
Fernandez, O J Falk, M Gross
man, Mrs F Harrison and 3 child
ren, Dr G Herbert wife, and child,
A H Jackson, R I Lillio aud wife.
E O Macfarlano, F W Macfarlano
and wife, Mrs P K Makee, Miss
Makoo, Mrs F Mauror and child,
L L McCandloss, Mrs T C Mc
Combo, Mrs McGuiro, Miss A
McGuire, Captain J O McClunov,
Ellis Mills, U S ConBul-Gonora'l,
MrB Mills, A. Mooie, MrB Hugh
Morrison, Mrs 1) Noonan, Mrs
Paxtou, M S Perreira and wife,
Dr U G Pochou, Mrs M D Prit
chard, G F Ronton, MtbE M Rico
aud child, Miss Riordan, S Both,
J O Scott aud wife, Mrs
G A Schuman and two children,
Miss E O Smith, E D Tonney,
wife, two children nnd nnrso, O
B Wolla, wife and child, Miss
Wilder, Miss A M Williarae",
H F Wichman, I Witkowski.
vritY LArr.sr nkwn.
Groat Britain is said to bo after
a station in Morocco.
Ropoitcd that Dr. Jameson and
his comrades will bo roloased on
a doctor's certificate.
An official statement has been
published in London, expressing
hopofulnosB of an amicablo settle
ment of tho Venezuela question.
Ono hundred and sixty-seven
Armenian refugoes arrived at
Another torriblo massacro hap
pened ot Van, Armenia, Octobor
2. No particulars.
Lord Salisbury declines to spe
cify British policy.
At a crowded mooting in St.
Jnmos hall, London, a lottor from
Gladstone was road, and a resolu
tion to Bupport tho Government
iu efforts to stop Turkish outrages
Bryan iB in Ohio.
Tho wheat markot is jumping
up in Chicago and Now York as
well as San Francisco.
Robellion is spreading in tho
Philippines. Cavito is hold by
iuBtirgonts. A monastery has
boon domolishod and friars Imvo
been killed. Tho Spanish captur
ed NaBugdua, tho rebels leaving
11-1 dead on tho Hold.
Woyler and Blanco aro to bo
recalled from Cuba.
For throe hours last Friday tho
United States aud Spain wero on
tho brink of war, and tho threat
ening (situation was only eat-cd
when tho Spanish authorities ig
uomiuiously backed down and lot
tho Vigilanoia proceed to sea with
Fernandez still on board.
Tho foreign sugar markot itt
demoralized, thero boing a heavy
drop consequent on Lioht'a esti
Honry E. Abboy, tho great Am
erican theatrical manager, is dead.
Spain has failed to raiso her
now loan, and is without credit in
Drummer Kuaraoo and another
National Baudboy camo homo by
tho Australia. ' Tho rest willcomo
S S Australia arrivod this aftor
noon, G days 3 hours from San