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Vol. II. No. 443.
HONOLULU. H. I., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovcry day except Sundny nt
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wniinn Islands ? 7f
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Per Year, postpaid, olhor Foreign
Countrlos 13 00
Payable Iuvnrlnbly In Advauco.
Tolephono 256. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
J. T. WiTEBHOU.SE
aro frequently wanted for
temporary use and at times
when expensive ones aro not
nced d. Wn have some cheap
ones in White Knamel Frames
that will answer the purpose.
AND WE HAVE
some of the richest Cut
Glass ever st'eii in the country.
Genuine English Cut with
trold rims which
IN FINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars
CheeaojQ. Plates that are cf
greater service than one would
suppose- at fiist thought. They
keep crackers and cheese fresh
when oilier moat s aro dismal
failures T heso articles aro
reasonable in price.
is needed in all kinds of
weather and while we have
light showers nearly every
day theie aro times when the
soil needs irrigating. And
when you haves a hose look
to the life of it and add to
it by the purchaso of a
HOSE RE EI j
It's the dragging of the hose
over the walhs that kills it;
once the covering is worn it
begins to crack and your hose
won't hold water.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Of San Francisco.
The nndersiunod linH resigned tlio active
wnungemont of the ImtdnubH in Honolulu
of the nbove nind emm any but will re
tain a contiidvr.dilu iutertst in its continued
Eroflperity. And thriofoio, while thnuking
is fiio.iils nnri mihtuuitrs gonorady fur
their LinA patromiRe in the rit, earnestly
hopes thut the IniMiiiiM will bo lwstnwcd
on his successor-, Messrs. lllshop fc Co.,
v ho hnvo boon pouiniissioued as ngouts to
tultu eftuct today.
JOHN II. I'ATY.
Honolulu, 15th Oelober, 180U.
Refening to the nboo, notico is hereby
glveu that wo hmo this day assumed the
ugency lor tho Hawaiian Islauds of the
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO.
BISHOP & CO., Agents.
Unfurnished Iloouis, consisting oflnrgo
sitting room, 2 bodrporas, dining room,
small kitohen and bath. Also 0 feet ve
randa on tlmo sides. Kent cheap to suit
able party. Apply to
1 N. P. BOHGESS,
438-tf 438 Punohbowlstreet.
For Lease or Sale.
The Central Houso on Alaltca street,
near Hotel. Apply nt promises.
130-tf Wm. WALE.
Health and Strength
11Y THE USE OF
M. A. Cuinmlnc, of Ynrravllle,
Victoria, Auflrnllu, Saygj
"About a year ago, I had a sovero
attack of Influenza, which left mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or interest in life. Obtaining
littlo or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recom
mended to mo, I finally tried Ayer's
Sarsapariila, and from that time,
began to gain health and strength,
I continued tho treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
great pleasure in telling my friends
of tho merits of Ayer's Sarsapariila,
and tho happy results of its use. I
consider it tho best blood-purifier
Gold Medals at the World's CMet Cxpoiltlons.
AYPR'Q P!ll? for Constipation
(ULllO II LLC and Blllouonoss.
Sugar-Coatcd, Mild but Effoctlvo
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
?olo Aceuts for tho ltonublio o Hawaii.
l'ollco Court Ntc.
Ioano, who whs found guilty of
soiling liquor without n liconse on
August lith, wus called up for
sontonce this morning and fined
Nuika and Nuahano pleaded
guilty of tho same offousu. Sen
13en Oastiuo was found guilty
of desertion. Seutenco suspended.
A. L. Imiie,charged with drunk
onnees, forfeited Sb' hail.
Lain Ynu was found guilty of
stealing a silver watch and a gold
chain from Joo Tinker and Bout
to the reef one year.
Ah Ynu was fined SG0 for hav
ing opium in possession.
Japanese liiipcror'n Itlrtlidoy.
Consul Gonornl and Mrs. Shi
mamura will hold an all day re
ception next Tuesday, in honor of
theldth anniversary of tho birth of
H. I. M. the Emperor of Japan
Tho Japuneso colony will bo ro
coived in the forenoon, and pcoplo
of othor nationalities from 3 to 5
p. in. Besides tho hospitalities of
tho Legation, visitors will bo
treated to a display of day fire
works. Decorations will bo in
tho finest iapaucHO mode. The
Emperor is tho ono hundred and
twonty second of his lino, in direct
descent, which puts in tho slmdo
most other dynasties of either an
cient or modorn times.
m m m
Hoer h Inod.
Good beer builds up both bono
and brawn. It's strengthening
nourishing. The Germans aro
tho greatest boor drinkers. Whore
is there a hardior or nioio stal
wart raco of men? Pure beer is
beneficial to invalids, bracing to
tho weary, refreshing to all.
"Rainior" a class by itself. Kept
freshly tapped or in bottles at tho
A New Kutoriirlae.
The very latest as regards sad
dlery is constantly ou hand at
Ohas. Hanimor's now establish
ment, 229 King street, also tho
very bot-t repairing done. Tele
phone C82. P. O. J3ox393.
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THE STARS FEEL BETTER
Arr:u uirrriNU away witii ykn-
Tr.RDAY'H OAitlE 1Y 19 TO 7.
I.nrrc Crowd l'rcaciit to Sco tlin Will-
illicit Ten in Dofpnlrd-Stnri Aro
Snyr tho ('IiiiiiiplniiK.
In spito of the shortness of tho
notico given of tho game there
was fully as many people present
yesterday us on Snturdn ,,to pei
tho final pnmo between, tho Wui
luku and'Star ball teams. Thero
wero no phenomenal plays yes
terday nor was tho game particu
larly exciting after tho fifth in
nings. The Stars simply played
bottor and tho Wailukus not so
woll as on Saturday. Hart pitch
ed throughout for tho Stars and
was ttB fresh as a daisy, while
Bailoy of tho Wailukus was tired
out from Saturday's effrtB. Tho
batting of tho Wailuku boys was
not to bo compared with that of
Saturday, but it was partly their
own fault, each man Booming to
want to BtriKo tuo uati nam
enough to put it over tho fenco
overy time. Taken all in all it
was a good gamo and tho specta
tors got tho full worth of their
Following aro the detuila of tho
Fiust For tho Wailukus Ross
hit tho first ball for two bases,
Cutnming8 wont out at fht and
Ross got to third, and camo in on
a passed ball. Meheula failed to
make first on a grounder to sec
ond. Kauka wont out tho sanio
For tho Stars Willio Wilder
flew out at first, Willis's hit over
to right field fonco was good for
thrco bags, Hart's base hit brought
Willis homo. Hart stole second
nud wont to third ou Harry Wil
dor's single, Woods' sacrifice hit
brought Hart homo. Pryco wont
out on a ily to left field.
Second Akina was struck by
tho ball and took his base and
stole second. Bailey Btruck out,
Mossman ilew out to pitchor,
and Kuikahi knocked tho ball to
Lishmau wus put out at first ou
a grounder to short. Babbitt went
out on a similar play and Mo
Nichol went out on a foul fiy to
TlllitD Palea was put out at
first on n grounder to pitchor,
Ross flow out to Tom Pryco at
second and Cun'imings failed to
get first on his drive to second.
WillieWildor's drive to third got
him out at first. Willis failed to
inako his first on a grounder to
short. Hart made a safe base on
a drivo to the right field territory
and Hurry Wilder was put out at
Fourth Mehoula flew out to
Sum Woods at left field. Kauka
took first on a safo baso hit, Aki
na's baso hit sent him to second,
Bailoy got first by a fumblo unci
tho bases wero full, Mossman's
single brought in a run. Akina
enmo in on a passed ball. Kuika
hi and Palea struck ou.
Woods failed to got tho first bag
on n grounder to second. Even
Tom Prycn'B hard running
couldn't got him to first before tho
ball. Jjishmau got his baso by
tho'bkin of his leoth on a drive to
third, stolo&ecoud and camo homo
on a wild throw to second baso.
Babbitt wont out at first and tho
score was tied.
Fouutii Sum AVoods mnffod a
high fly and Ross took flrst. Cum
iningB wont out on throe strikes
and Ross stole second but was
called out for interfering with
a fielder. Mehoula made .first and
camo homo on Kauka's three bag
ger. Akina got in a base hit and
Kauka camo homo. Bailoy was
put out at first.
MoNiohol fauned tho circum
ambient atmosphere three soparato
and distinct titnuB and Willie
Wilder flow out at second and
Willis at third.
Sixth Mossman got in a baso
hit and Btolo second. Kuikahi
struck out. Pulou couldn't make
flrst. Ro9s knocked tho ball into
Hart's hunds and was put out at
Hart flew out at loft field. Har
ry Wilder took his baso on balls
end stole second, Sam Woods
took his Ime r,u balls and Hurry
Wildor slolo third. Woods next .
stole bocoikI. Tom Pryco's threo
hngger to tho right field feueo'
brought in two runs. Lishmau's
baso hit brought Pryoe home.
Lishmun stolo second and third
,011 a wild throw and camo home
...... nnnM. 1)..Ul.ttt1. X.'.h. I ..
uu fiiiuiiit;! . uauuiLbn mil iu iuii
ferfield was good for first aud ho
sPtolo second aud made third ou a
passed ball. Carter was put out
at fiVft iin-l Bibbitt camo Jinmo.
Willie Wilder was put out at first.
Outnmiugs flew out at third.
Meheulu knocked a fly into Car
ter's hands, aud Kauka took
his baso on balls. Akina
flew out to Pryco.
Willis made his baso on a drive
to third and was put out trying to
steal second. Hart failed to save
his first. Harry Wildor made a
baso hit just inside tho loft foul
lino and Woods went out on a fly
EiailTH Bailoy took hiB baso
on balls, Mossman wont out on a
runijing catch by Babbitt, Bailey
stolo second aud made third on
Kuikuhi's base hit. Kuikahi Btolo
second. Pulea's sacrifice brought
Bailoy homo nud Bout Kuikahi to
third. Ross fauned out.
Tom Pryco niudo his base off
the first ball and stolo second.
Lishmau failed to reach tho first
bag and Babbitt's baso hit through
first brought him homo. Carter's
base hit ndvanced Babbitt to sec
ond. Willio Wildor's thrco bag
ger over to the right fiold fence
brought in two runs. Willis went
out on a grounder to short aud
Wilder came homo. Hart mado
his base. Harry Wildor's baso
hit sent him to second. Sam
Ninth Cummings couldn't
make first. Mehoula took hi baso
on balls. Kauka's three bagger
brought Mohoula home. Akina
flew out to Babbitt and Kauka
failed to touch third base.
Following is tho ofliciul score:
T I). It. 111. r.o. A. K.
H Wilder, ts.. oil 030
C Willis, lb.. 5 1 1 11 2 0
LHart, p.... 5 1 2 1 9 21
H Wilder, c. 5 1 2 G 1 0'
S Woods, If . . 5 1 0 10 2
T Pryco, 2b.. 4 2 2 2 3 0
P Lishmun, 3b -1 2 2 2 0 0
Babbitt, if.... -12 2 2 0 0
McNicholl, If. 2 0 0 0 0 0,
JOCartorJr, cf 2 1 1 10 0
Totals 41 12 13 2G 18 i
Ross, of Wailuku, out for in
terfering with fielder.
t.b. n. In. r.o. a e.
Ross.lf 5 11 2 0 0
Cummings, lb 5 0 0 17 1 0
Mohoula, rf... 5 2 1 0 0 0
Kauka, 2b.... 5 2 1 0 0 0
Akina, o 5 12 3 11
Bailoy, p 4 10 0 2 0
Mossman, ss.. 4 0 2 0 9 1
Kuikahi, 3b.. 4 0 1 0 3 2
Palea, cf 4 0 0 0 0 2
Totals 41 7 9 24 18 8
Runs Earned: Stars 5, Wailu
Bases ou Balls: By Hart 3, by
Struck Out: By Hart G, by
Hit by Pitched Ball: Akina.
Two-uobo Hit: Ross.
Thrco-baso Hits: Pryco, W.
Wildor and Kauka.
Passed Balls: II. Wildor 2,
Time of Gamo: Ono hour and
Umpires: "W. Lucas and M. K.
Scorer: A. Perry.
Kroegor Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. Warorooras at
G. West's, Masonic Templo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
inc and repairing. B2T Tolo-
I phono 347.
CUl.MNtJS 1'IIOM AI.Ii tU UlTKIt1
nv i.Arr.sr mam..
Henry (Jeorso Najn Ilrjnn Will lie
Klrcted llnnltolia School lne.
German bimetallisms will rouow
Gormany wants a tract of land
on tho cant coast of China for
Mpustapha Tapsiu Boy, the
now Turkish Minister, has ar
rived at Washington.
A hundred and fifty West India
laborers have arrived at Colon to
work on tho-Panama canal.
Consul Gonoral Fitzhugh Leo
has boon granted leavo of absonco
from Havana for his health.
Halifax, N. S., has boon flooded
by heavy rains. Tho public
gardens wero badly injured
An unpublished concert over
ture by Wagner has been dis
covered in Zurich, Switzerland.
Mexico hns temporarily remit
ted tho corn duties on nccount of
a corn famiuo in several States.
Emporor William has visited
the Czar at Darmstadt. It is said
to have been a visit of puro cour
tesy. President Cleveland has been I
presented by tho King of Italy
with a set of volumes on tho early
history of America.
Muscugni, tho groat composer
nnd tho author of Cuvulloriu Rub-
ticaua, will tuke a concert tour
through America to Sau Fran
cisco. Sharkey makes fun of Corbott,"
suying ho never licked a good
man in his lifo. There was no
credit in tho dofoat of Sullivan at
Tho Italian cruiser Cristoforo
Colombo is at Baltimore, aud
Lieutenant tho Duko Abru.zi has
been presented to President Clove
land at Washington.
The Board of Health of the
City of Moxico calls for tenders
mont will ho mado in gold al
though Mexico bus tho silver
W. T. Rambusch, a baukor of
Juneau, Wisconsin, disappeared
leaving defalcations extonding
, over a period of 20 years amount
ing, so lar as yot traced, to saou,
000 and assets of only $25,000.
An attempt was mado to wreck
the royal train convoying tho
King, Queen Regent and othor
mombors of tho court of Spaiu,
but tho dynamite bomb placed on
tho track was discovered before
tho traiu reached tho spot.
Tho London Daily Moil says
that Mr. Michaol Davitt will aid a
movement among tho ParnellitcB,
Dillonites and Hoaloyitos to unite
under tho leadership of Mr. John
Howard Paruell, M. P., brother of
tho luto Charles Stowart Parnoll.
Secretary Luraout's ostimatos
for the War Department next year
nggregito S.rj2)875,G83, about ono
third of which is for fortifications.
Tho Pacific CoaBt is down for
now guns at San Diogo, San
Franciico, Columbia Rier and
Negotiations aro on foot bo-
tweeu tho Powers and tho Porto
for tho abrogation of certain por
tions of tho Dardanelles treaty.
The powers will guarantee pro
tection to the Sultan nud tho
integrity of tho Turkish empire
if the measure is carried out with
out fresh atrocities.
0. M. ("Buut") Smith of tho
Garden City Cyclors at San Jose
on tho 8th inBt. clipped 51 2 5
seconds off the world's five-mile
road record, setting tho new
mark at 10:20. The boat previous
record was 11:11 2 5. It was held
by George Hamlin of tho Imper
ial Cycling Club of San Fran
cisco. Continued on Slh Paye.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
FIVK t:'!O.NS lir.NllKKI.D
T1IK NUlMtK.TII'.' COVIIT.
four nrc thlitlllmolla iiimI
One Hie Chief Jiivtice
Tho Supreme Court has render
ed five ejections us follows:
'Rudolph Sprockets vs. Walter
M. Gill'aul. Taxation of costs.
Opiniou by Whiting, J., Freur,
J., concurring, allowing balanoo
of $G3 to plaintiff. Dissontinjg
opinion by Judd, O. J., to conclu
sions as to governing sections 6t
tho Civil Code on costs. Hart -,
woll for plaintiff; Kinuoy A, BaU
lou for defendant.
Charles B. Poor vs. Henry
Smith, administrator. Opinion '
by Frear, J., unmiimous, main
taining tho oxceptions of plaintiff
from First Circuit Court, and re
mitting tho case for another trial.
Rosa for plaintiff; Castlo for de
fendant. Republic of Hawaii vs. Ah Cho
on. Embozzlemont. Opinion by
Whiting, J., unanimous, remand
ing cuso to Fifth Circuit Court fo
now trial for mitigation of sen
tence. Attorney General W. O.
Smith and Deputy E. P. Dole for
Republic; G. A. Davis for defen
dant. Republic of Hawaii vs. Ah
Ping. Larceny, exceptions from
Fifth Circuit. Opinion by Frear,
J , unanimous, overruling the es
coptious. Deputy Attorney Gcn-,
oral for tho Republic; Thurston
& Stanley for defendant.
Wailuku Sugar Co. vs. W. H.
Corn woll. Bill in equity to res
train defendant from using water
belonging to plaintiff. Exceptions
from sustaining of demurrer by
First Circuit CourL Opinion by
Judd, C. J., unanimous, revers
ing the decree and remitting tho
case to tho First Judge of tho
First Circuit Court. Kinney &
Bullou for plaintiff; C. Brown, for
Judge Carter has signed a do
creo discharging Kusamutsn, do
ing business as tho Pacific Trad
ing Co., from bankruptcy.
RISK IS NTAFF r 1,11'F..
y Jump in
Yesterday aftornoon, upon tho
wheat market advices by tho Aus
tralia, tho prico of flour bounded
up in Honolulu first by about 40o.
aud increasing, until today four
bags of Portland flour, equal-to
ouo barrel, has advanced fron
GOo. to 80o. to tho price of 84.
Harry Jueu, of tho City Feed ,
Storo, who returned by tho Aus-,
trulia, says wheat is "out of sighl"
in San Francisco. It was 1.55
whon ho loft. Ono forehanded .
speculator thoro cloared S090,OOi ,
in tho rise. Othor breadstuff '
and cereals havo gono up in sym
pathy with wheat. S
. T t .
A Siniill matter. ' "
A short timo ngo Mrs. L.' Jv..
Lovoypurchased the lodging hoiiBO
of Dan McKonzio on Alnkea
Btroet, an inventory being mado of
tho prnporty which Mrs. Levey
was to havo. This morning Mrs.
Levey was com polled to nppoar iu
tho police court and nuswor to a
charge of larcouy proforred
against hor by Mr. MoKonzio, tho
nrticlos nllogod to bo stolen being
a piocoof hoso aud a spado. Mrs.
Levey's frionds aro indignant at
her prosecution aud claim that
the at tides allogod to bo stolen
aro specified in tho invontory, "
which is now in tho possession of
Chas. Creighton, hor attorney,
Tho casewas not reached today.
Tho Pnoifio Hardwaro Company,
offer a first class lawn sprinkler
at a dollar and a half. Thrco
dollars was asked for theso
sprinklers a month ago by other
n u. 2.'S 'rtidJb3&fmJ
. $ j. :Z J$r. .&