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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anywhere in the Ha
waiian Inlands S 76
Per Year. 8 IX)
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, cthor Foreign
Countrios 13 00
I'nynblo Invariably In Adviuioo.
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
Is J. I. WAfERHOUSE
The demand for garden aud
plantatiou tools ia largo aud our
orders to Englnud to supply tho
demand aro in proportion. We
are enjoying a roputution for Boil
ing good goods at low pricos, con
sequently wo are doing a larger
sharo of business tlian moat houses
in tbo sawn lines.
13y the Edward May we leceiv
ed a largo invoice of goods for
garden aud plantation use. The
quality is nnquosfionnbly tho best
and the prices tlie lowest. Tbo
Carpenters . . .
. . . Tools !
An order for any of these will
have prompt attention. Goods de
livered at any time and any place
in tbe city.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
in tho pride of a man
who insists on showing
the label on the inside
of his hat. What u pity
the high-priced hatters
do not paste their labols
on tho outside of their
hats, or, bettor still, sell
their labols for hnlf dollar
each. For $2.25
wo baud yon his five-dollar
hat minus tho
lnbol. Oan you count
tho fellows who would go
for bis label and our hat?
I. LEYHTO0N. - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : fayerlcy BlOCt
Mr., n, AA'yfllt, of Port Kond, 1Vt
Hlitiltimrsh, So, Anxtrulln, write of
Mm !tl rnmtltlon of her llttln lnli(;h
tor, uiioso portrait alio also suuiUt
'Mv daughter was afflicted with
I'AV.i-ni.i ot tho most aggravated
type. The disease first appeared ia
eruptions on her head, then her hair
began to fall out, and in spite ot
the best medical advice and treat
ment she grew steadily worse. Tho
sores were full of matter and were
extremely offensive. Her eyes be
Oiimo affected, and she was, in truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
were very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho case They
persuaded mo to trv Ayer's Sarsa
jiarilla, aud I am most thankful to
bo able to say that this wonderful
medicine completely i catered 'my
daughter's health, ."she has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,,
and she is a lino girl of eight years
with every prospect of growing up
to bo a strong and healthy woman.'
lo'ii Mcrfala at the World's Chlel Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sold Agents (or tho Republic ot Ilaw.iii.
The Uouit llucc.
The fiva mile handicap rend
race under tho aim pices of the
Honolulu Athletic Association
starts from Jackson's gate at Ka
piolaui park at-i o'clock this after
noon, the finish beiug at Union
square. The judges of tho raco
aro Charles S. Crime, E. H. Paris
and K. W. Sbiuglo.
Tho handicaps as nrranged last
night by Tom Wright and George
Angus aro as follows: Tom Kiug
nnd George Martin, eoratoh; F.
Damon, 20 seconds; D. G. Sylves
tor, 10 seconds; John Silvn, tho
"Mauoa Wonder," 20 seconds;
Frank Grace aud C. Bredo, 1 min
ute; Kirk Porter, 2 minutes, 10
seconds; Isaac Adams, 1 mi unto,
15 seconds; and A. K. Nnwahi, 50
Siilmoii will lit Clicup
According to tho following fish
story, thoro appears to bo little
daugor of the prico of salmon ad
vancing: "Tho raon on tho Alaska Pack
ers' Association's tender Afog
nak bring down the beBt fish story
on record. They assort that while
they woro in Alaskan waters 'one
not at ono haul' took in 75,000
salmon; that tho avorago weight
of each fish was eleveu pounds
nnd that tho total weight of tho
silvery mass wns 112 tons. Not a
bad take for ono net, so it is no
wonder that tho mil won pack is a
very hoavy ono this year."
rtliir ('iiiraiily llcuril I'm in.
Pendloton, Or., Oct. 9. Father
Courardy, tho Catholio priest for
meily in charge of tho Catholio
mission on tho Indian reservation
in this county, lias returned from
tho island of Molokni, whoro ho
lived for seven years among lepers,
lie is planning now to go to tho
provinco of Canton to establish a
hospital for Chineso lepers.
MoMiullooN Like Itunton airlw,
"Did you know that mosquitoes
aro ravenously fond o Uoston
"No; why is it?"
"Tho girls can't slap at thorn
without Biuashing their specta
cles." Chicago' Record.
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THE REGIMENTAL DANGE
DrCOIUTIONS UKAUTH'UIi A"D
rim ATTCNDAMVK I, Altai'.
I'roltient Dolo mid Other Prominent
I'l'oplu FrcHolit Nplemlld itlu.lc
lV I'rofintor Haricrr'H Orclipmrn.
As was to be expected, tho danco
given by tho First Regiment at
tho drill shed last ovouiug was n
grand srrcess. No pains had been
spared to decorate the hall and it
was litorary transformed into a
bowor of beauty by numerous
festoons of flags, wreaths nnd
greenery, while about tho sides
wcro bung flags of all nations.'
Strings of Japanese lanterns sus
pended from tho center of tho ball
and running to tho cornors ndded
a soft light which enhanced the
beauty of tbo scene. Over each
of tho company quarters, which
were thrown open to tho guests,
woro flags tastefully drapod. But
tho most elaborate decorations
were noticeable on tho stage where
the orchestra sat. Hero were lings,
ferns and potted palms in profu
sion arranged in a manner which
reflocted credit on tho committee
who had tho matter iu charge.
Tho program consisted of oight
eon dances, divided into two parts
with an intermission for refresh
ments, but during tho ovoning
several extra dances were interpo
lated. The musio by Professor
Bergor's orchestra wns all that
could bo utsirvd nuil the Floor
Committee were both energetic
and attentive to their duties.
The refreshments, served under
tho direction of Cntoror Chapman,
were delicious. Being served
around in the main hall thejo was
less ot tho .usual scramblb aud
they were therefore appreciated
tho more, TJint they were jibfiii
.lantin quantity and excellent in
quality goes-Vithout saying.
Among thoee presnut the gov
ernment wns represented by Pres
ident Dole and Attorney-General
Smith and several hnads of de
partments. Others present woio
oflicers of the U. S. 3. Adams nnd
the regiment and a largo number
of the leading society peoplo of
Following aro tho committees
whose united efforts resulted so
Committco of Arrangements
(rod bndgo), Capt. 0. W. Ziegler,
chairman, Capt. Comara, Capt.
Smith, Capt. Kea, Capt. Murray,
Capt. McCarthy, Capt. Coyne,
Preoption Committee blno
badge, Col. McLean, chnirraan,
Lieut. Col. Fisher, Maj. MoLood,
Maj. Jones, Maj. Coopor, C.ipt.
Gartenberg, Capt. Sohuofor, Capt.
Moyors, Capt. Wayson, Lieut.
Floor Manngor Lieut. Kennko.
Floor Committee white
badge, Lieut. Fotter, Lieut,
Giles, Sorgt. Maj. Forstor, Chief
Musician King, Sorgt. H. "Wilder,
l'ou lo.iioituow'N coNci:icr.
I'lvo Sow I'leeoH to Uo Itundi-roil til
The following program, con
taining fivo now selections, will bo
reudorod by tho government bnud
at Makoo Island tomorrow aCtor
noon, commencing at 3 o'clock:
' The Old Flundred.
Overture Yeha(now) ,
Fniitiibla Tlio Oaimuill (new). . . .
Andante Surprise tiwnphony....
Sclectlou Tlic-mas O'Urlen (new).
Overture Ivnu (new)
(lavo te-I)odo (new)
Fantasia (lolil-ueotlcs Solreo. . . . ,
Fluale Awakening of thol.lou..,,
Hum all l'onol.
If you want to frnmo anything
in tho very best manner; if you
want your framo to harmonize
with your picture; if you want tho
best and most tasteful frame in
tho market, go to King Bros., 110
Farewell 1'erfurmniico nt Intlepciid
euro 1'nrk Tonight.
The Gonzales fninily givo thoir
farewell performance tonight at
Independence Park. Tho placo
has been fitted up with stngo elec
tric foot lights and other improve
ments. A firstcla3 performance is
promised. S&vernl hundred lick
ots have been cold, aud as tho
program is n good one, tho public
will not bo disappointed. Tho
curtaiujwiU go upjiit 8:15 sharp.
Following is tho program:
. . . .Prof. Borgor and Orchestra
"Love iu Old Ircland."--Char-ncters.
Molly ..Tho Prido of Kildaro
Barney A broth o"f a boy
Widow Malono, cross, Ugly and 02
Bronk Away Ladder Act.
Tho Wonderful JJquilibrists. .
W. Burns and Tachi
Skiprope Dance L. Brandon
Aerial Wiro Tho Hawaiian
Bloudon J. Kulolia
Rocitntion "Marc Antony's
Speech over tho Bodv of
Cfsar" Master Karl
Aud now pomes the Australian
Vocalist in her Greatest Hits.
"3 Wishes" or "Better than
Gold" Nora Martin
Tho Wonderful Gonzales Sisters,
in thoir Uniquo Specialty, in
troducing English, Irish and
Negro Melodies interspersed
with Buck Dancing. Aciobatic
Tiapezo by tho Celebrated
Gymnast Sicmor Leouardo.
Spanish Dime." Millie
Nina (Tho Little Wondor) In
S'ngf of Different Nations.
Roman Rings by tho Modern
Horcules W. Burns,
Clown Sig. Leonardo.
Highland Fling Mnster Karl
Desoriptivo Song entitled "Pack
.. of Cii'ds' Nora Martin.
Gonzales Sisters (Stella and Ni
na) Contortionists Extraordina
ry, will hero introduce thoir re
nowned specialty. Their Ser
pentine movements mnke the
audience question tho possibili
ty of thoir having boues in thoir
pliant frames. Stella, systema
tically perfect, whoso trans
eendant graeo and beautiful
finish surpass nil competitors.
Nina, tho youngest clown on
To conclude with the laugbablo
absurdity, "A Night iu a
Madam "Crazy" Nora Martin
Her Husband W. Bume
Tho Coming Man. . . . A. Gonznlos
1,1 HiitiurCliuiiir'ii Collin lliirncd.
The firo that occurred on tho
S. S. Glennrtney destroyed Li
Hung Chang's coffin, which was
forward by Sir Halliday Macart
ney. This is tho now celebrated
coffin that tbo agod Viceroy took
with him from China, thinking ho
might possibly need it in the bar
barian West. Ho seoms to have
thought hotter of that region nftor
visiting it, for ho sent tho coffin
back from Eucdand at the time of
his departure for the United
States, and this is its end. It is
not often n man survives his
coffin; tho very suggestion has a
Hibernian flavor. May it bo long
boforo His Excellency Bliall need
unothor. Shanghai Mercury.
Noted Illploimit r.!CteU.
John G. Foster, ox-Secretary of
Stato of tho United States in Pres
ident Harrison's cabinet, is ex
pected on tho stoninship Peru,
duo bore on Monday, on his way
to China. It was with Mr. Foster
that tho now colobratod annexa
tion treaty between Hawaii and
tho United States was negotiated
by tho Provisional Govern
ment Conimissionors. Tho dis
tinguished visitor will bo enter
tained by Attornoy-Gouoral Smith
nnd Mr. Thurston during his stay
Tho Hindi Talhcd-or Lurceny :nnj
on TrUl 'I 111 Mornluic.
In Judgo do la Vorgno's court
this morning tho caso of tho Bo
public of Hawaii vs. Mrs. L. J.
Lovoy was on trial. J. A. Magoon
for tho prosecution and Croighton
ACorroafor tho defendant, who,
according to tho record, is charged
with larceny in tbo second degree
in Honolulu during ono month
last past, by feloniously stealing,
takiug and carrying awny 1 spado,
1 pickiixe,-! shovels and 1 rake, tho
property of ono D. McKenzio and
valued at S2. Tho dofoudant re
fused to plead and the Court ord
ered a plea of not guilty entered.
Tho complaining witness testi
fied that after selling his lodging
houso to tho defendant aud re
serving tho uso of a shod on tho
property ho throw down tho tools
outsido tho shed on Saturday after
using them in his work. Did not
know whether Mrs. Lovoy saw
them or not but on Monday
morning thoy were missing. Wont
to tho Marshal nnd told him I
wnuted a search warrant for tho
tools. Said, that it might bo no
cessary to get a warrant of arreBt.
The Marshal turned mo over to
David Kaapa. Tbo papor was
mado out and given mo to sign
but I did not road it. Didn't reod
it until this morning. Wont to
tho shed afterwards and
found tho tools whoro thoy wore.
1 did not want hor prosecuted for
larcouy, nil I wanted was to got
On cross examination the wit
ness said tho tools were in thoir
placo on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Did not soil the garden took to
Ah Pun, Richard Kalbo and
Dotectivo Kaapa told what thoy
knew about tho caso and on
motion of counsel for tho dofenso
Mrs. Levey was discharged.
kk i. i:sTAri: hai.ks.
tlitkliih' Ilommtcnd on Wnlklhl Komi
mid Kolmln C'uue l.nml.
Harry Armitago of J. F. Mor
gan's auction rooms conducted a
sale for A. M. Brown, Marshal, at
tho Judiciary building today. Tho
sale was hold under a decreo in
equity for foreclosure of mortgage
mado by C. L. Hopkins nnd wife
to tho trustees of the Luunlilo es
tate Tho Hopkins homostead on
tho Wnikiki road was bought by
H. 11. Hitchcock. Doputy-Mnrshal,
for S1875. It contains a good
sized dwelling and other improve
monts, the laud being in two lots
of 40,000 square foot each. A pieco
ofcanolamliu North Kohala, con
taining more than ten acres, was
bought by Judge 0. F. Hart for
A Marshal's sale undor execu
tion ngainst O. T. Gulick, admin
istrator of tho estato of J. GomoB,
deceased, was advertised for yes
terday but did not come off, as
tho judgmont had boon satisfied
llcport ol Itocolver.
W. F. Wilson, roceivor of the
estate of C. Akaun, doceasod, has
filed his report. It shows ho col
lected $7327.33 and paid out
$021.13, and now brings into
Court tho bnhnea of $0703.20.
Tht-ro aro $135 preferred claims
for Avagos. Tho receiver sold out
throo stores on Hawaii, and tho
results will pay perhaps 33 por
cout. of tho estato's debts.
At Kmni i Square.
FolloAving is tbo program for
tho band concert at Emma square
this afternoon at 4:30:
March -Honeymoon Hosey
Overture Xnmua Uerolil
Mazurka- Lucerne Hume
Sclietlim Ernuul Verdi
Fantasia Lei's bo u Soldier Ullenberg
Waltz-The Tyrolean Zellcr
Kroegor Pianos, SAveotest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstjrom, solo agent, cash
or instnllmonts. Wnrorooms nt
G. West's, Masonic Tomplo. Of
fico nt Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. CSS Tolo
J'nitor illonrno netiiiilliili' lie- V(.-u
of ill r. Nmnll.
Editoh Evknino Bullvpin -'
In tho Evknino Bt'Txrm of Oct.
28 you qnoto the statement otf
Rev. (?) James Stnnll of the First
Christian Church of Oakland.
Cal., touching "Sunday Sports," h
Avhich lie declares in favo'r ot
them. In tho contest that H bo
iug waged iu Oakland, for tho
proper observance of the LordV
Day, it is humiliating to tho'
Christian Church to have ono ofc'
hor owu Ministers champion tho
cause of tho ungodly of that city
nnd take his staud with saloon
keepers and gnmblers in the!
efforts to substitute tho European
Sunday, devoted to carousing, for
the American Lord's Day.
If Mr. Small is small onongli o
tako his stand with tho forces 'of
unrighteousness, ho will, no
doubt, purchase a cheap notoriety
with tho ungodly. But when. ho
attempts to define tho position of
the Christian Church nB being
identical with his own, in favor of
Sunday picnics and football
games, 1 protest.
"Tho. position" of tho Christian
Church is that Sunday . is "tho
Lord's Day." Tho Lord lias affix
ed his linmo to thnt day, that
ought to determine the proper ob
servance of it. Whntover thn
Lord has affixed his name to, is
sacred. Tho "Lord's Table, Tho
Lord's Book, Tho Lord's Day are
Mr. Small's position is not tho
exponent of tho belief, or tho
practices of tho ministers or tho
members of the Christian Church.
Thoy believe and practice that tho
Lord's Day is for spiritual activi
ty. In tho United States tho
Christian churches aro loo numer-
! oub and influential for their posi-
non on "ountiay oportB" to uo
misunderstood. But hero on thoso.
Islands whoro tho Christian
Church is bo young, 1 ara not c.Qtn-tent-'that'tho
impression s lion hi
provail that Mr. Bmall rollocts our
James M. Monhoe,
Pastor Christian Church.
Honolulu, Oct. 30, 18J0.
o pern House Ojiciiint:.
It being found impossible to
1 got ovorything in readiness for a
successful opening of tho new
J Opera Houso by Tuesday, Nov.
2nd, tho following postponement:!
i have been made:
Tiwatore.. ..Saturday, Nov. 7th.
Jauo Tuesday, " 10th.
Trovatoro ...Thursday, " 12th.
The coucort, as advertised, will
not bo given during tho present
festival, but it is intimated that
should there boa dearth of amuse
montB after tho FraAvloy tronpo
havo concluded their teason,
tho nmatour talent will ngaiu favor
tho Honolulu public with somo of-
LI Ilnnir ClmiiKiutd the llamle.
Lo Monostrol says that just bo
foro leaving Euglnud Li Hung
Chang was treated to a concert of
Scotch music. A Avholo band of
bagpipos ployed for him and a
dozen or more hardy mountaineers
danced a Highland fling iu kilts'.
Tho old Chinaman AvaB lost in ad
miration at tho muscular dovolop
mont of the Highlanders, but tho
bagpipos did not seem to nppeal
to his taste. A Scotch nobleman
avIio Avas in the party asked, "How
does our national music ploaso
your Excellency ? " Tho Mandn
liu, with a diplomatic smile, ro
plied, "Probably as much as our
Chineso music Avould pleaso your
Lordship." 'Do giiBtibne, etc.
Tho Celestial Empiro of Octo
ber 9 quotes a native papor for
tho news that cholora has again
broken out in tho Kiaugning dis
trict, Nun king, raging Avith much
greater fatality than it did in tho
summer. Many villages aro in
fected and the disoa60 is spread
ing, aud terrorising tho pooplo.
Dou't forgot thoX-ray oxhibition
at tho Arlington bloek,Hotol street,
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