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Vol. II. No. 444.
HONOLULU, H, I., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 189G.
Piuok 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published overy day excopt Sunday nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro iu tho Ho-
wailnn Islands fj ?A
Por Year. 8 Ml
Pot Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Por Year, postpaid, 'hor Foreign
Oountrlos 13 00
Tnynblo Invnrlnblv In Ailvrtnoo.
Xelcphono 256. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
are frequently wanted for
temporary nee find at times
when expensive oiivb are'not
lieocUd. WV hnvu!oii)o cheap
ones in White Kntirnel Frames
that will answer the purpose.
AND WE HAVE
some of tho richest Cut
Glass ever seen in tho country.
Gcnujne English Cut with
burnished gold rims which
relieve the monotony.
IN FINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars and
Cheese Flutes that are of
grvuler service than ono would
suppose nt iirst thought. They
keep crackers and ehoe'so fresh
when other meat s are dismal
failures. These articles are
reasonable in price.
is needed in all kinds of
weather and while we have
licfht showers nearlv every
da' there are times when tho
soil needs irrigating. And
when you Iiuvm : hose look
to the lifti of it and add to
it by the purchase of a
It's the dragging of the hoso
over tho walks that kills it;
once tho covering is worn it
begins to cruck and j'our hoso
won't hold water.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
vFlmuBB'sFoyil Insurance Co.
Of San Francisco.
The urulercitnod has resigned tlio notivo
cwungemoiit of tlio ImsiuesK In Honolulu
of tho abnvo timed ooiui'any but will ro
tttiu a couulilt'tulile interest in its oontiunod
rosj)ority. And tlinofuro, while thanking
Is frio.irts nnd utidtoiuirrH ppnerady for
their kind patrocnf;o in (ho iwit, onruostly
ioih; tlnit tho buslni'Ks will 1) IwHlowed
on hi tmccexHorrf, Mebars. llihliop it Co.,
rliO lmn been cuuuuiitenmcd a tigout:) to
tako effect today.
JOHN II. TATV.
Honolulu, ICth Octobur, ISUiJ.
HeferriuK to tlio ubovo, notico is horcby
given llmt wo lmvo this day nisumcd tho
cgoucy tor tho ItuwiUiun Ihlands of tho
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE CO.
BISHOP & CO., Agents.
Unfurnished lloomfl, conslatlng of largo
nitting room, 2 hodrooms, dining room,
small kitchen nnd bath, Also 0 feet ve
randa on three sides. Ilont cheap to suit
able party. Apply to
N. F. llDItOESS,
433-tf 438 Punchbowl street.
For Lease or Sale.
Tho Central Houho on Ahtkoa Btieot,
near Hotol, Apply ut premiHOH,
430-tf Wm, WALE.
flyer's Hair Vigor
Keeps the scalp
cool, moist, healthy,
and free from dan-"
druff. It is tlio
best dressing In
tho world, and is
Those desiring to
retain the youthful
iipi'cliranco of the
Iyer's flair Vigor.
Gold Medals zt the World's treat Expositions.
"IlcwHrnof rlicap Imitations. The name
Ayer M iiromlnejil on Hie wrapper, and U
blvnuln thoi:lai ot each bottle.
(Mister Drug Co., Ltd.
olo Agents for tho Kopublio ot Hawaii.
COMPANY C. TIIOIlI.i:s.
Cui(fiii Ciiiuiirii U AmiltliiK' It It I'
ll l.V Irom IIi'.nIiiniirlcrK.
Intorviowed by a Bullktjx rc
pmti'r this morning in rolation to
tho troublea iu Company C, Cap
tain Cdinarn Baitl that it would ho
discourteous to tho commanding
officer to givo his "viewB out for
publication at tho present time.
He acknowledged that very grave
dissatisfaction existed throughout
the company with tho way iu
which it hud been treated by Col
onel McLean, uot only on tho
night of tho rocont review beforo
Minister Cooper but ou previous
occasions. AVhatever differences
the company had with tho Colonel
had been made tho subject of a
communication to headquarters,
which ho oxpoctod would bo
acted upon during tho uflor
noou, aud until an official
auswor was received he declined
to go into detailR. Tho terms of
tho answer would determine tho
future action of tho company and
Captain Caraara further said
there was no truth in the report
published in a morning paper
that tho company would meet this
afternoon for tho purposo of dis
banding. Nothing will bo douo
until tlio answer from Military
headquarters shall have been re
ceived and considered.
ltiu-.AHN i mux ur.co;us.
I'ltnrlCH V- Ilolo, Hip CIiiiiii,Ioii mull
.luinjtor mill I'oli- Viiultcr.
In tho second annual Stato
pentathlon of the Young Men's
Christian Association of Califor
nia, held at the Presidio grounds
on Saturday, October 17th,
Charles E. Dole, the champion
all-round athlete or the Y. M. C.
A. aud nephew of President Dolo,
aguin distinguished himself.
Dolo'suucuuded iu breaking tho
previous record with the 12 pound
hummer by throwing it two foot
lie also broke tho high-jump
record 1 inch, last year's record
being C foot 5 inches. Iu tho polo
vault ho also broke tho record by
'1 inches, tho highest being 10 feet
2 inches. Ho went 4 better by
clearing tho bar at 10 feet C
Tlio Mounted llcnorvo.
The members of the Mounted
Reserve mot at the police station
yosterdoy to elect a captain in
place of Judge A. W. Carter, re
signed. Tho choico fell on W. F.
Dillingham. Judgo Perry and E.
R. Adams woro elected iirst and
f m-szeg& mm
btA rir ,,
BETTING FAVORS MCKINLEY
OnilS ON TIIK ELECTION IX A 1. 1.
llrttlna ftloii Hny tlio dinners Arn AM
In l'tivoruI'McKliilp- I.lttli llrynii
Money In Miilit.
ThrC are ninny men just now
who aro anxious to buck their
political .opinion by money, and
many wngirs aro being mode on
tho lesult ot tho election accord
ing to tho Now York Herald. Tho
betting in that city is all in favor
of McKinloy, nnd the Bryan men
insist on getting big odds against
their candidate In all tho bet
ting centers there is plenty of
money to stake ou tho Republic
an side, and all offers mado by
Popocrats aro quickly covered.
Tho greatest difficulty encounter
ed by the betting coutingout up
to date is that all the money is on
the same sido, aud that it is not
easy to place large sums on tho
general result. --
The oddB in McKiuley's favor
vary materially, but are rarely
lower than 5 to 2, and are boiuo
timeB quoted 5 to 1. Most of tho
money ventured during the last
wpok has been on results in dif
ferent StateB or cities. In former
elections bets hnve ben mnde on
tho size of the Democratic nlurali-
ty in this city. This year tho
question io, Which party will get
a plurality? Ullman & Rankin,
bookmakers, who have studied the
situation all ovor tho country,
. havo posted tho following betting
; odds on local results:
States. Odds. Candidate.
General result. 2 tol.
Now York Oitv. ilvaii.
. . . . Bryan
... . Bryan
. .'. . Bryan
Alabama 2 tol.
Arkansas 4. to 1.
Colorado 4 tol.
Connecticut .. .10 to 7.
Delawaro 10 to 7.
Florida 7 to 3.
I Goorgia 3 to 1.
Idaho S to 5.
Illinois 5 to !.
Indiana 10 to 7.
I Iowa 10 tot).
I Kansas Evon .
Koutuoky Even .
Maino 4 to 1.
Maryland Evon .
Massachusetts .(S to 1.
Michigan 10 to 7.
Minnesota 1 to 9.
Mississippi.. .3 to 1.
Missouri 7 to 10.
Moutaua 3 to 1.
Nebraska 4 to
Nevada 3 to
N. Hampshire 4 to
iN ow J orsoy . .
Now York . . .
Oregon 3 to
Rhode Island. 2 to
S. Carolina... 3 to
S.Dakota.... 1 to
Tennessee. . . 1 to
Texas 3 to
Vermont 0 to
Virginia 1 to
. . . . Bryan
W. Virginia.. .Even
Wyoming . .
. 3 to
Those figures iudicato a bolief
that McKinloy will carry many of
tho so-culled "doubtful Stutes,"
and that ho will havo a substantial
majority in tho olectorul college.
Tho betting in eaoh case is that
tho candidate named will carry
tho Stato, not that it will go
Note Tho above table was
compiled the first woek in Octo
ber. Iu some of tho States thoro
has been a material change in tho
odds in favor of McKinloy as tho
chances of his election improve.
The latest exchanges say thoro is
littlo Bryan money to bo had at
ik.m:hai. oitosVKNon's iirnr:s.
Nlgiiittrnnt CliniiKP Tlint Show Itlo
ICInlot'ft Cerrnliitj- or Election.
Athens, Ohio, Oct. 18. Gonoral
GroBvenor gave out a revised esti
mate of the Presidential vote to
night. Ho said:
. " There havo been eoiuo signifi
cant changes in the situation Bince
my first bulletin and 1 havo taken
very great pains, by the use of all
available moans, to ascertain sub
stantially what tho result is to bo.
There is yet some doubt and un
certainty about some of tho States,
but I think tho following may bo
safi4y p'aivd in the absolutely
suro column. McKinloy nud IIo
bart will liavjj tho following States:
Now England 39
Now York..- 3G
Now Jersey 10
West Virginia 0
Indiana : 15
o " Dakota 4
Nortn Dakota 3
Thoro aro Slates which I do
not class as suro for McKinloy
which I believe .will givo him
their vote, to-wit:
Tho States which do uot seom
to bo doubtful and which must bo
conceded practically and without
controversy to Bryan lemaiu as
in my first table excopt that Flo
rida has disclosed an uncertainty
as to her status, aud I think that
Texas nnd Louisiana may bo
added to the sure votes of Bryan.
North Carolina is a doubtful
State with chances in favor of
Bryan, in my opinion.
Thus wo havo 292 votes for Mc
Kinloy aud Hobart with 224
necessary to their election. If thoy
gaiu in tho samo ratio for tho
next three weeks as thoy have
gained in tho last throe, this is a
very conservative eBtimato of tho
electoral vote for them.
jitlikv . haym:.
'lieiip llrcii to n Hull
I.itltn 1'rovi'a Wiirlhlciin.
A gentleman who returned
home by tho Australia brought a
cutting from a Hotol journal, to
tho effect that Julian D. Hayno
had passed a chequo, endorsed by
his wifo ns usual, at a Salt Lako
hotel. Mrs. Hayno later Btopped
payment of the cheque, which wns
for $100, and tho landlord pub
lished a warniug to hotol keepers
against Hayno, giving an unmis
takable description of him.
.mill riotvt'i-a hihI Sonir.
Speaking of tho recent depar
ture of tho Honolulu liuor Tho
Tho steamer Australia, which
will sail today at 10 o'clock for
Hawaii, will carry 110 cabin pas
sengers in all. Among them will
bo Colotiol E. O, Edwurd and
Fred W, Mncfarhuio, a son of
Judgo Widoraann aud others, who
havo been stopping at tho Cali
foruia. Tho Royal Hawaiian'
band, now hero, will discourse
music at the pier, aud tho mom
bors of tho baud will also sing
Hawaiian sougs, speeding the
passongors a happy voyage, iib is
the custom in Hawaii. In addi
tion to this, floral decorations and
tributos are to bo imulo, as iu tho
NEARLY $30,000 JUDGMENT
AttAINNI- TIIK I-.STATI'. OV Till!
I.ATi: lilt. TItOL'hNKltr.
It U'n Only n .tmllrlnl Solium
(Inn nnd tlio Si-tllctiionl Con-
trnct In I.rcnl. I
Judge Carter has roudered n
(Incision in tho caso of Edma G.
TrousHeau vs. Bruco Cartwright j
aud H. E. Mclntyro, executors
under tho will of G. Trousseau. I
Ho finds that there was only a .
"judicial separation" between tho
lato Dr. Trousseau and his wife, j
tho present plaintiff, and that tho
contract declared upon, for a fin
ancial settlement, is valid by
Frouch law, which authorizes a
wifo separated "do corps et do
bions" from hor husband to make
Buch a contract.
Upon the facts thuB found tho
Court rules aud decides that tho
plaintiff is entitled to judgment
iu tho sum of tweuty nino thous
aud nino huudred and sixty-eight
dollars and oighty- eight conts and
A S Hartwell for plaintiff; C.
Brown and L A Dickoy for defen
dants. In accordance with the foro
going decision Mrs. Trousseau by
hor attorney, Mr. Hartwell, brings
a Biiit for widow's dower against
Captain John Ross in lauds at
Waikiki and on Hawaii, which
defendant bought uuder fore
closure of mortgage.
tiii: oriir.it kihj:.
Ilxpliui.itluii Itixurillii:; u Cumc In the
Dan. McKeiudo informs tho
Bulletin that ho did not apply
for a warrant of arrest against
Mrs. Lovey. He was told by hor
Chiucso servant that some missing
carpenter's tools had been taken
iuto tho houso by him, by tho
otdors of another person than
tho lady named. As ho could not
think of entering tho houso to de
mand tho property, ho complained
to tho Marshal und asked for a
Bearch warrant. Tho matter was
givon to Detective Kaapa, and
tho information signed by Mr.
McKenzie was, ns ho thought,
for tho purpose of getting a
search warrant. When tho ar
ticles woro found in the house,
,Mr. McKouzie would uot givo
Ins consent to having Mrs.
Lovey nrrodted, ns Kaapa and au
othor officer wero prepared for.
Kaapa then said that in that case
thoro was no moro to do, tho own
or having rocovered hia proporty.
It wub aftor Mrs. Levey had gone
to hor attorney that tho matter
camo to tho police court, and us
Mr. McKouzio never blamed her
for tho abstraction of tho articles,
ho was vory sorry tho affair was
forcod to that point. Far from
wantonly annoying tho lessoo of
Ins promises, Mr. Mclvonzio ns
sorts that ho turned ovor to hor a
considerable amount of personal
property, which was not in tho in
ventory at all, besides doiug gra
tuitous work on tho placo after
the leaso was delivered.
I'.IiIh tor tint IMslior ItlnvU.
Rids for tho now building on
Fort streot, abovo Hotel, to bo
erected by J. II. Fishor woro
opened yestorday as follows:
Arthur Harrison S5.f)50
Lishman & Ouderkirk 5191
D. McKouzio 5170
F. Rodward 4G91
Fred Harrison 4250
Tho contract was awarded to
Fred Harrison, tho lowest bidder.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and coment. Choapost
and host roof preparation in Ho
a. A. II. ANNEXATION.
Apiicwl t Vrlci-Mik In IIiMvnl) in It.illy
R. J. Grcfut'.Post Commander
of Geo. W. De Long Post,
G. A. U., bus received tho
following communication, type
written on a letter head of tho.
Republican National Committee:
R. Jay Gkcknk.
Dear Sir and Comrade:
You have boon recommended as
a Miidior who mid t'.iko an in
tmest in tho political cnmnuimi in
your Slate, in tho organization of
'Union Veterans Patriotic leagues'
and "Veteran War Club," tho
membership of which is confined
to soldiers and their sons. Those
Leagues and Clubs aro being or
ganized by ex soldiors in every
State in tho Union and they aro
vory activoiu campaign work.
We sond you enclosed, soino
campaign documonts and General
Daniel E. Sickles' letter recom
mending tho organisation of
Union Veterans Patriotic LengneR,
in which he says, "tho surviving
votoranB should go to tho frout
as in former days, disregarding
moro partisan thoughts, and throw
their weight, as thoy dnt from 'Ol
to '(55, for tho honor and good
namo of our country now menaced
by revolutionary combinations of
a dangerous character." This is
tho languago of General SickleR, a
gallant soldier who lost his log on
tho battle field, nnd a lifo long
Theso documents will bo fol
lowed in a fow days by others
that will be of interest to f.Yirvivinr
soldiors, aud if you have uot
already formed an organization in
your community, wo sincerely
hope you will do bo nt once.
Wo send you enclosed, blanks
for organization of Union Vetcf
ans Patriotic Leagues, and advise
that you write to Headquarters of
tho League, Now York City, for
litcraturu to bo used in tho cam
paign. Let ub rally to tho bugle
call aB wo did iu 1801, and staiul
by our old comrade, Major Win.
MoKinloy, ns ho stood with us on
many a hard fought battle field.
Tho record of his comradeship
should alono bo sufficient to
arouse tho outhusiasm.oud seenro
the earnest support of all surviv
ing votoranB, but with this ho
nlso stands ns tho direct represen
tative of vital priuciplos for up
holding tho credit nud fair fame of
W. L. CumiY,
Chiof Soldiers Dopartment.
Chicago, III., Oct. 14th, 189G.
i'olici; to u it r M.vrriutN.
I'lm-d lor Ilerdle Driving Tlio
llclicy Cum- on TrUI.
In tho District Court this morn
ing A. St. M. Mackintosh pleaded
guilty of heedless driving and.
was fined 25 and costs. Tho
horse and buggy drivon by tho
defendant nearly ran into A. G.
Hitchcock and wifo on Sunday
last uoar Maken Island. One of
tho shafts of the buggy caught
Mr. Hitchcock and Bent him spin
ning. Tho balance of tho morning
session was occupied in ventilat
ing tho troubles of tho Ilickoy
family. William Hickey is up
on two charges of assaulting his
father-in law and inotlier-in-laVv
with ti pick handle. Tho cabo is
being bittorly fought aud was not
concluded at tho morning session.
Murshal Itrown is prosecuting
and A. G. M. Robortson defend
ing. Coinputltlie Ilrlll Annuiuicfd.
In spito of tho wot weathor, tho
"old roliablcs" of Company B
had a lively drill iu tho shed uu
dor command of First Lioutonant
Jncobsen last night. An election
for first lioutonant was announced
to tako placo next Tuesday night,
but an olTJort will bo rondo to lmvo
it postponed, as tho boys wish to
see the oponing of tho Opera,
Houso. It whs also announced
that a competitive drill will tako
placo next January for n prizo oE