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Vol. II. No. 451.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1896.
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rnynlilo Ittvnrlnlilr Advnnoo.
Telephono 250. P. O. Box 80.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
J. I. WATERHOUSE
Tho domain! for ganleu unci
pluntatiou tools is largo nml our
orders to England to Bupply tho
demand tiro in proportion. AVo
are enjoying n reputation for Boil
ing good goods at low prices, con
sequently wo tiro doing a larger
eharo of business than moat houses
in tho Eamo linos.
13y the Edward May we receiv
ed a largo invoico of goods for
gardou and plantation use. Tho
quality is unquestionably the best
and tho prices tho lowest. Tho
A Garden Tools,
f''"" "Carpenters"".' r.
. . . Tools !
An order for any of these will
have prompt attontion. Goods de
livered at any timo aud any place
in tho city.
J. I. WATEBHOUSE
St. Louie College Hall
SATURDAY, Nov. 14
Musical nml Dramatic Enter
tainment. "THE SEVEN CLERKS"
" The Three Thieves and
With tho L:nghablo Skotoh
'" New Brooms Sweep
Will bo presented by Member of tlio St
I.011U College Literary Society.
The College Ubotr anil Orchestra will fur
nlbh tho musical part or tho program.
Box Plan will be opened at tho (Jolden
rtulc Bazaar on Suturday, Nov. 7, at 'J a.m.
Performance commences at half pant seven
Certilicate o. 105 for Fivo Shares. Tenth
Eeriofl Stook of tho 1'ionecr Building and
Loan Asbociutlou. utamling in tho iiaino
of James Kolikoli. I'indor pleaso return
to tho undersigned and receive reward.
Irritating and Disfiguring
On tho Faco, Cured by
Remarkable Experience of Ulii Dorothy
Maher, FItzroy, Victoria, whoeo portrait
wo are privileged to give bolow:
"I take pleasure in testifying to
ll'o great beneilt I derived from
Ayer's Sarsaparilkt. I suffered
from eruptions on my face of a very
irritating mid vexatious nature.
For a considerable time I experi
nientcd with various so-called blood
medicines, but without any allevia
tion of my trouble. At last, your
famous Sarsaparilla lining strongly
recommended to me, 1 began to use
it, and after talcing two bottles it
was most gratifying to see and feel
the eflVct in allaying the irritation
and reducing the eruptions. "When
1 had used three bottles the erup
'tionn disappeared altogether, with,
out leaving a mark on my face, and
1 have never been troubled with
anything of tho kind since."
Slid Metis!! at the World's Chlel Expo?ltloi.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
6oio Agents for tho Ilepuulio of Hawaii.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
Three Hlag iPoles,
Length 120, 113 nml 00 feet. Pir Lumber,
Htruight; for salo at a rousouablo figure.
f. Apply to tho Oahn Lumber & llnild
iuy Co., L'd., King htreot. 150 lw
j Lawn low
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
Itr.rOKT ON OVEIICIIOWDINM
Till: INSANE ASYLUM.
I'rniirli PliyiiclniiH from tlio I'nutnir
Institute to NtutlV Lciiro)' at Mo.
lolmt llniilliie Ituliiea.
At tho regular nieotiug of tho
Board of Health yesterday after'
noon tho following proceedings
Dr. Mousr.rrat'fl roport undcf
tho Act to Mitigato showed 72 ex
aminations mndo for each 'of tho ,
last two weeks and a total of 317 j
for the month of October.
Inspector Koliipio's roport from
tho lishmarkot showed that 88,000
iish were received and examined
Tho quarterly roport of Malula
ni hospital showed 53 pationts ac
commodated ami S'100.50 received
from paying patients.
On tho reccommoudation of tho
Board of Examining Physiciaus,
Dr. B. S. Burgess was granted a
license to practice medicine.
Dr. H. P. ITugus, who is to ar
rivo on tho Austrnlia, applied for
any position in tho gift of tho
Dr. Weddick was appoiuted
Government physician at Ewa
permanently, tocother with tho
appointment at Wniaune, tempor
arily. IIo was also mado nu agent
of tho Board of Health.
President Jbmith read a letter
from .Moiis. Wrmion, tlio French
Cominissioner,in regard to tho wel
come to bo extended to tho two ex-
mo two e.-
perto who are to como hero from
tho Pastour Institute- at Paris for
tho purpose of studying leprosy.
Dr. Wood, on behalf on the lc -rosy
committee, said Dr. Alvarez
had called on Mons. Vobbhiii to
iisuro him that every possible
courtesy would be extended to the
French pliysio'anc and they would
bo given every opportunity to
Btudy tho disease
Tho presiding oflicor suggested
that tlioy might bo tendered tho
use of tho visitors' house nt tho
settlement together with such sup
plies as they might need during
thoir stay. Tho govornmout of
course could not pay anything for
Dr. Alvarez said ho had so ox
plained to tho Fronoh Commis
sioner, who said that payment was
a secondary consideration as long
as tuoy wore assured ot a hearty
Mr. Lansing from thoconiniitteo
on the Insnuo Asylum presented
tho following roport:
Inmates, Oct. 1,
18flC 89 20
Received to Oct.
31 7 2
Discharged, 5. Died, 1.
Mai. Fein. Tot.
Hawaiians 23 8 31
Chinese 28 1 29
Portugneso 13 0 19
Japaneso 7 1 8
American -1 1 5
English 1 1
Gorman 5 1 (!
Norwegian 2 1 3
East Indies 1 .. 1
Manilla 1 .. 1
Central American. 1 .. 1
South Sea Islanders 3 .. 15
Gilbert islands 1 1
Ward No. 1. Malos.
1G colls, all occupied with uo-
lout cases 10
Sleeping ou veranda 1
Ward No. 2.
30 beds, all occupied 30
Slooping on vorauda 0
Word No. 3.
1G colls occupied 1G
Outflow in largo room 11
Out ou furlough 8
On furlough 2 1
rooms .". 18
Plus three on furlough 8
Of the 11 in largo room of
Ward 3, a numbor nri moro or
lnHavioloat and should have rooms
A now ward for rofractory cases
is needed capable of holding at
Wnrd No. I, that now has tho
most violent caaen, is in very bad
condition, and all colls should bo
A lettor from Dr. Day, endors
ing tho recommendations set forth
aud giving othor reasons why tho
crowded conditiou of tho Asylum
should receive immediate- atton
tion, was also read.
The following resolution was
introduced by Dr. Wood and
llcsolved, That tho Committee
on tho Treatment of Loprosy
rocommond tho Board of Health
to U80 its inflii'-nco to havo tho
Hawaiian Government appoint a
di'lpgato to attend tho Congress
of LoproBy, to bo hold iu Borgon,
Norway, "providod that tho said
Congress receives tlio support of
tho European and othor foreign
At -1:30 p. m. tho Board wont
into executive sossion.
Star stated last
permit for tho
ovening that tho
goiug up at tho
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,,n, hofili ,.,,,, t, ,i10
structure- was not hroproof and
was not being built on tlio linos
originally laid down in tho speci
fications. Asa mutter of fact tlio
question has never been raised
that tho sMucturo is not being
.built on tho lines originally laid
down in tlio specification, and
woik on tho building has never
stopped but has been continued
by tho contractor since tho bo
Gideon Woat, after a long and
tedious siogo of suffering from tho
formation of cataracts on his oyos,
is about town again, having so far
recovered as to bo nblo to drive
out in a carriage Tho sight in
oue eye has been recovered and
tho chances aio good for tho like
result in the othor. Dr. Slogett
performed tho delicate und diffi
cult operation, up to a fow years
ago deemed impossible. Tho
doctor's riticcess is highly gratify
ing to Mr. West and his many
IntlNtruycd I'lom Home.
During a performance of tho
"Messiah" in Dublin, Dubourg
led tho band, and ono ovening had
a close to make ad libitum. Fol
lowing tho fashion tho violinist
took his cadenza through tho most
extraneous koya uutil Handel bo
gan to wondor when tho shako
would come which was to termiu
ato tho long cloto. Eventually it
came, whereupon Ilnndol, to tho
merriment of tho audionco, ox
claimed loud enough to bo heard:
"Volcomo homo, volcomo homo,
Central lliilim Hull Cull.
At tho annual roll call meeting
of tho monibors of tho Coniral
Union Church last ovoning, 218
answered to thoir names, 31 re
sponded by letters and 2(5 with
written verses. Thid loft 222 moni
bors who woro not present or
hoard from, tho total church inom
borship being 527.
Kroegor Pianos, sweetest in tono,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or iii8tnllmonts. WnrorooniB at
G. West's, Masonic Toraplo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Store. Tun
ing and repairing. BST Tele
THEY ARE AFTER GOLLEN
IIK WKNT to KAUAI
ITlnritml Ilrotvn llrt
nml It i:xirctcl
Him wick on
From information which has
come to tho Bulletin it may bo
stated positively that Patrick Cul
lou, who escaped from tho Oahn
jail last Tuosday afternoon after
having sorved out a little over u
year of his fivo years' sentence
for tho murder of a Chinaman at
Koolau, is now rusticating on tho
island of Kauai; and, unloss ho is
moro than usually lucky, it is
moro than likoly that ho is boing
cared for by Marshal Brown at
tho present moment.
Whon Cullon loft Oahu prison
on Tuesday afternoon, ho had
friends waitiug for him with a
now suit of clothes aud a con
venient hack uear by. After hur
riedly donning tho now clothes and
hat ho waB driven rapidly to
tho steamer Waialealo, where ho
alighted from tho hack with a
friond. Ho was thou dressed in a
noat black suit and woro a big
slouch liar of tlio Hamo color. On
tho wharf ho woro tho brim of
this hat tumod down bo as to con
ceal tho upper portion of 1ub face
and acted as though ho was iutox
icatcd. UiB friond supported him
up tho gangplank and left him in
tho cabin of tho vessel. This was
about fivo minutes before tho Wa
ialealo Bailed, tho timo of her
leaving tho wharf boing a quarter
In feigning intoxication Cullon
rather ovordid tho thiug, as his
peculiar actions drew the attention
of a bystander to him, who other
wise might not havo noticed him.
Dub bystander happouetl to bo a
nativo who had formorly lived at
Koolau aud know tho Cullon
family as well as his own. Whon
ho looked at tho presumedly in
toxicated mail ho at once recogniz
ed him as Patrick Cullon, and
said to himself, "What is Pat do
ing thoro when he is supposed to
bo in jail?" Boforo tho man had
gotten over his surpriso at seeing
Cullon in lino clothes and without
a guardian angel in tho shnpo of a
policeman, tho steamer loft the
wharf. Tho man Btayed watching
tho people getting roady to leavo
ou tho Mikahala, but ho was evi
dently in a brown study, for an
other nativo came up to him and
asked him what ho was thinking
about. IIo roplied, "1 havo just
scon Pat Cullon leavo on tho Wai
alealo aud I am going up to tho
Marshal to toll him about it."
Tho other man roplied: "What's
tho U80, tho Marshal ovidoutly
knows all about it, for ho is going
to Kauai oh tho Mikahala," and
iu proof thereof ho pointed out
Marshal Brown standino on tho
This satisfied tho
lirat man and
moro about it.
ho said nothing
Yostorday when ho discovorod
that tho polico woro at thoir wits'
end for information about Cul
lon's whoroabout8,tho man wont to
the polico Btation and told what
ho know. His long acquaintance
with Cullon caused his story to bo
given crodenco at onco and a
Bpeoinl moHsengor was sent off on
tlio .James Makeo with orders to
loavo tho sloamor nt Koalia and
go overland to Lihuo with a lottor
to Marshal Brown detailing all
tho circumstances. Tho Marshal
will then direct whatever stops
may bo takou for Cullon'a capture.
Patiick Cullon's wife is possess
ed of soma property in hor own
right, and haB a placo at Ilaenn
and another at Kalalau, both on
Kauai. It is said that sinco hor
husband's incarceration sha has
solaced horself with tho affections
of auothor man, and that this has
latoly como to tho ears of hor
husband. In polico circles, know
ing tho dosporato and joalous diB-
Continued on 5th Pinjc.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
i'oitTi7;t'Ksi: nior cohin w
IN A llAHAUi: Mill'.
llrclxlim on lnrilloti of .ttttttrnirtit
by DpmIIi lUmirci'iiiiiiil !
A unanimous decision of tho
Supreme Court, by Justice Frear,
has been filed in the caso of D. K.
Kuhea vs. J. Keiilii. It is an
action of ejectment iu which n
verdict waB rendered for tho
plaintiff. While a motion for a
now trial was ponding the de
fendant died. Tho fourth year
after tho verdict the plaintiff by
new couuboI moved that tho mo
tion for a now trial bo disposed of.
This was opposed by defendant's
former counsel on tho ground that
tho action had abated by reason
of tho defendant's death. Tho
Circuit Court sustained the oppo
sition and denied tho motion.
Exceptions taken by tho plaintiff
aro now sustained by tlio Su
preme Court and tho case is re
mitted to tlio Circuit Court for
further proceedings. Tho law is
"An action of ejectraont does
not abate by tho death of a solo
defendant botweou verdict and
"The court may after such death
hear and disposn of a motion tor
a new trial mado prior thereto by
tho defeudant, and may hear in
support of such motion counsel
as amicus curia."
Magoon & Eding8 for plaintiff;
llosu, as amicus curia1, contra.
In Haliaka Squires, Frances 1'1.
Jackson aud Androw P. Jackson
vs. Gaspar Sylva, ejectment, tho
defendant by his attorney, A. S.
Hartwoll, has filed a disclaimer
aud n discontinuance of his mo
tion in arrest of judgment.
Tho jury disagreed iu tlio caso
of Knololo, assault and battery.
H. Leonard's damngo suit
against Dr. MoLonnan has boon
continued till noxt term.
Judge Perry adjudged J. 11.
Holt, Jr., in default for failuro to
answor in tho ejectment enso of
Kahaokamoku vs. Akamu aud tho
defendant so defaulted.
Chang You, lottery, ha3 had liiu
caso continued till moved on by
Counsel in C. H. ltoso vs. Yos
himurn aud others havo stipulated
for waivor of jury, and if neces
sary hearing of tho caso in vaca
tion. Tho damage suit of Abrou vs.
H. Espinda nud C. Bollman, tho
defendants boing polico officers,
for assault iu tho so callod Portu
guese riot of last spring, was on
trial today boforo Judgo Perry by
tho following mixed jury: V if.
Toll, R W Oathcart, E H Naoho.
G W It Kiug, A Larnach, M K
Keohokololo, C Phillips, G W
Kcaweamahi, Win Ttiiigor, F J
Tumor, John Edwards and H M
von Holt. Croighton & Corroa for
plaintiff; E P Dolo, D A G, for
dofendauts. Verdict for defend
ants. 'I lie Scnrrlicr'n .Soliloquy.
J am monarch of nil I Mirvny;
My right there is none to
Whon folks hoar mo rushing
Aro pretty dead certain to
Oh, golly! how
groat aro tho
That 1 know
when I gut a
And how 1 enjoy breaking nrms,
And now and thou spoiling
Cleveland Plain Doalor.
"How lnnoh did your wife pay
for that sideboard?" Fifty-8ix
dollars." "Whowl Why, loan
buy tho samo thing for $38 down
at Huxley's." "But you must ro
mombor that sho got this at an
auction." Cleveland Loador.