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Vol. II. No. 455.
HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 189G.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday nl
210 King Strcot, Honolulu, II. I.
Por Month, nnywhero la the Iln-
walinu Islands $ "
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Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries W 00
Payable Invariably In Advance
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Tho doinaud for garden and
plantation tools is large nnd our
orders to England to Biipply tho
doninnd are iu proportion. "Wo
are onjoyiug ii leputalion for soil
ing good goods at low prices, con
sequently wo are doiug a larger
Bharo of business than most houses
in tho samo linos.
By tho Edward May wo receiv
ed a large invoico of goods for
garden and plantation uso. Tho
quality is unquestionably the best
and the prices the lowest. Tho
Carpenters . . .
. . . Tools !
An order for any of theso will
have prompt attention. Goods de
livered at any time and auy place
in the city.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
St. Louis Collego Hall
SATURDAY, Nov. 14
Musical and Dramatic Enter
tainment. "THE SEVEN CLERKS"
" The Three Thieves and
With tho Laughable Sketch
" New Brooms Sweep
Will bo presented1 by Minibus of tlio St
J.ouli Collego Literary Society.
Tlio Collcuo Oliolr unit Orchestra H1 fur
ulsli tbu mublcul part of tho program.
Uox Plan will be opened at tho Golden
Rule Uaaar on Saturday, Nov. 7, at Ua.in
Performance commences at half past get en
p. m. 15o-td
"- Certlllcato No. 195 for Five Shares. Tenth
Potion Stock of tho Pioneer IluiUung and
Loan Abbociiition, Htaudmg in tho unino
of Jnmort Kolikoll. 1 indor pleaso return
to tho underHiyned and rtcoivo reward.
150-lw A. V. GEAR.
Tin- in to inform tho I' Inn tors
Hint htlvH iu ido connections
JJili EMIGRATION CO.
nnd Unit before bccnniiilg identified
with it, 1 had tho upioiluuit (
investigating tho status of several
other concern!?. My choico fell
on tint one 1 now roprosent, be- I
ciiibu ot their standing in tho bu
siness community mid thoir relia
bility. 1 urn now in n position to sup
ply LA 150 It liUS MONTHLY,
if desired, on the following con
ditions: 1. Pnsstigo money fur mnlos,
tGO, and females $20, nnd all ex
penses of quarantine and huspitil
2 Wages, $12 CO for malos;
$7.50 fir lemiiles per nmntli.
I). Contracts to bo fur threo
4.. Wo refund a pro-rata sum
of money fur any poriod of tho
contract which may remain after
the desertion of the laborer.
W havo connections with tho
JAPAN MAIL STEAMSHIP
CO , culling hoio monthly, tho
TOYO and NAN YO MAltU.
and another line abnit to bo
Followii g aro tho persons who
composo tho company :
OOZO TATENO, "ok Minister
KA, ow. or of TOYO and NAN 1T0
II UHITARO HAMANAKA,
owner of TOYO and NAN YO
SillMOni KAOAWA, Presi
dent of tho Twonty-second Na
of Oknynma Bunk.
YOSHIO SniMANCHI, Mer
chant of Osaka and Newchnng.
Manager Yndu Hunk of OsiUn.
Wo solicit your patron igo. Wo
guarnntoo to givo all ontiio satis
faction, as wo liavo tho most ex
perienced reci nits of laborers in
Japan in our omploy.
G-. E. Boardman,
Foreign Agent for the Japan Emi
IIOBRON DRUG CO.,
for following performances:
Tuesday Night, Nov. 17,
Thursday Night, .Vov. 19,
"The Two Escutcheons."
Saturday Matin cc, J 'ov. 2 1
Saturday Night, Nov. 21,
"The Lost Paradise."
Tuesday Night, Nov. 24,
."The Charity Ball."
' gJtBT Tho Rcportoiro for Dalanco of Sea
son will be announced Inter. -15i tf
MISS CHARLOTTE H, PARMELEE
la now preparod to tnko a liuiitod num
gJBT Residence: 220 Berctauia Htrcct,
oppodito Hotel gates. 1 IS lm
i ill r'n r iliiij-
Health and Strength
BY THE USE OF
Mm. Jf. A. Cummlnp, of Ynrravllle,
vicionn, mirniin, nnysi
"About a year ago, I had a severe
attack of Influenza, which loft mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or interest iu life. Obtaining
little or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recom
mended to me, 1 finally tried Ayer's
Sarsaparllla, and from that time,
began to gain health and strength,
I continued the treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
great pleasure in telling my friends
of tho merits of Ayer's Sarsaparllla,
and tho happy results of its use. I
consider it tho best blood-purifier
Cold Medalist the World's Chlct Expositions.
AVCB'Q PIIIQ for Constipation
M I tn O I I LLC and Biliousness.
Sugar-Coatod, Mild but Effcctlvo
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
ooiii jiKuuits tor tho Republic of Hawaii.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
j i i , "' ' Til n'WMdiifr'iff
1 awn lnwpfQ
WHAT A CAMI'OKNIA l.UITOIt SAW
IV I 111". ISt.AMllS.
W'p ISiurt I'nilcrstniitl lliti t'nlllvntloii
ii J I'ntiiloca nml I.Tirpt .tlullct All
Ourl'ltti are I'olioiiiinx.
O. M. lleintz, the editor and
proprietor of the llurul Califor
nian, a weekly journal of some
sinnriitif; dnvoled principally to
horticulture and ngricultuii1, ro
cently paid a visit of a fow weeks
to theso islands, ostensibly as ho
claims to study tho pest question.
If ho is no bettor authority on
pests thau ho is on other mattors
mentioned in tho following inter
view ho gave to Tho Call his
opinion is ceitainly not worth
much or else his eyesight must
havo been uiniHually bad during
his atay in Hawaii. Tho intor
view is replete with gross misrep
resentations and is morely repro
duced to show how littlo Air.
II intz. 1 oar ned during his visit:
"Tho Hawaiian Islands havo all
kinds of insect pests," said O. AI.
Ilcintz yesterday, tho piopriotor
of tho Rural California!. "There
aro numerous varioties of scalo
bugs that aro unknown yot to
California. I havo just returned
ftom tho islands. I went down
there especially to study tho post
question. All over tho islands I
lonnd tho Japancso beetle, a ua
tivo of Japan and tho most
deatiuctivo insect pest known. It
eats tho leaves oil' shrubs and
largo trees nliko and has already
almost exterminated tho wild rose
poeulinr to tho i&lands.
' This boetlo is a litllo larger
round than a lead poncil, about
half an inch in length, and light
brown. Fortuuatoly it has not got
into California yet; ami principal
ly bocauso of tho precautions
taken at Sun Francisco by Quar
antine. Agent Ptofosuor Craw, who
has been instrumental in keeping
out other Hawaiian insect posts.
Hereafter every shrub and fern
impoilcd fiom the islands will bo
fumigated by Air. Alorse, tho com
missioner. Professor Koobelo
has discovered somonow ladybugs
destructive to Bcales, but it will
take two joins of active work to
clear tho trees about Honolulu of
scales. Tho sulphur fumigating
process will koop tho beotlos ftom
touchiug the leaves, nnd tho cya
nide process of fumigation is des
tructive to scales.
"There aro thousands of acres
of idlo land in Hawaii open for
cultivation and purchasable at $25
an aoro. Oiangos can bo grown
on that laud to porfection. Thoro
aro no high-grado oranges or
lemoiis grown on tho islands yot.
Peaches, apricots, pears and np
pleB aro entiioly unknown, oxcopt
for a fow on tho ieland of Ha
waii. All the fruit is imported
from California. For instance, I
saw a head of cauliflower soil for
25 cenls, two tomatoos for 5 conts,
threo pears for 25 conts, and a
basket of apples for $2.50, and
scat co at that. It seems to mo
that thero is monoy to bo mado in
growing fino oranges on that
"It is a quoiition if tho coffoo
industry will be a success, as tho
soil ot 'flomo plantations is not
udapledfto coffoo. On tho othor
hand thoio aro a fow plantations
on tho islands where absolutely
the finest coffoo in tho world is
rained, cofTeo that easily biiugs 25
cenls a pound. 1 was surprised
to loarn that with tho exception of
tho nmllut, tho fish of tho islands
aio poisonous. They import fish
from California. Tho islanders
do not understand tho cultivation
of tho potato."
The conversation dragged. "You
aro worth your woight in gold,"
ho ventured to observo to tho girl
ho so madly lovod. "Exoiigo me,"
sho replied, froe.Ingly, "but I
detest politics." Agiin tho
convolution dragged. 13a' tiuioiM
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1'OIICB COURT HATrrRH.
Boron Wlttipunea nml Two Lnujen
111 a lCtttcry Cno.
In tho District Court this morn
ing, tho liquor cases of Alinna
Crommor and Ludovicko wore set
for trial on the lUth. A number
of opium cases iu which Chineso
aro dofendants woro also sot for
An pa do Josus, who is out on
Ciu uau on a cuarao of usuiir tiro-
fauo, vulgar and obscene language
on the public highway on tho 8th
of tho present month, appeared
and pleaded not guilty thereof.
A. G. Correa has boon especi
ally retained to prosecute the
unfortunate Anna and tho dato
of her trial will bo settled as soon
as tho court gets ready to attend
Four out of a buuoh of about
ton Japs woro found guilty of
gambling for monoy and lined
SlO each and costs.
Alakaimokn presouted n woe
begone and lonesomo appearance
as ho took his placo in tho dock
and pleaded guilty to being a
common drunk. Ho got off with
tho usual $2 fino.
Aftor entoring a plea of guilty
in the caso of Ah Gat, a truant,
and ordering him to appear for
Hontonco tomorrow, tho Court sot
tied dowu to tho main business of
tho day, which was tho trial of
Kaannuna, for assault and battery
on James AIcQuinu, whilo tho
clerk stopped stroking his hand
Bomo side whiskers and prepared
to take down tho testimony.
This case originated out of a
row on tho Nuunnn stream
improvement work last Alon
dny weok, in which Thomas
Alearns, a hum, ami a native
workman indulged in a free fight
in threo or four feet of water.
Tho plaintiff, James McQuinn,
said ho was ono of the bystanders
and intorfored for tho purposo of
stopping tho light. Instead of
doing so he ran up against tho
fist of Kaanaaua, auothor by
stander, who said ho proposed to
seo fair play and let tho mon in
tho wator fight it out. This list
caught him in tho nioiith and
knocked him down, and tho sub
sequent proceedings interested
him no inoro until ho recovered
sufficiently to proceed to tho po
lice station and make a complaint.
Soven witnesses in all woro ex
amined this morning for tho pros
ecution and tho end is not yet, tho
enso being postponed until the
next sitting of tho court.
JAl'AN IM I ORATION' COMPANY.
iraoiulIt' CotidlllniiH Offered i:m
lilu)cri liy the I.ocnl Auent.
Elsewhero in this papor will be
found a lucid statement of what
tho Japan Emigration Company
is prepared to do in tho way of
furnishiug Japanoso labor under
contract. Mr. Boardman whilo in
Japan recently secured tho agency
of this concern ob tho best one in
tho business. From tho positions
hold in Japan by tho members of
tho company, asstatod in tho local
agout's prospectus, thoro can bo no
doubt of tho company's stability
and trustworthiness. Ono of tho
main points promised is a judici
ous selection of tho labor, tho
company having tho most experi
enced recruiters of labor in Japan
employed. Plantors will do woll
to communicate with Mr. Board
man before placing thoir orders
for Japanoso labor.
Ono of tho nativo fishing com
panies is going to givo a lunu ut
Kakaako fishing statiou on Wed
nesday tho 18th hist. To make
the feast a bullock, fivo largo hogs
and many sucking pigs will bo
slaughtered, and fish in oudless
amount and varioty prepared. In
toxicants of nil kinds will bo pro
hibited at tho luau. It is likely
to bo ono of tho biggest native
feasts hold this yoar.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular llousot 151 Fort stroot,
from 81.00 per wcok pp. .
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
mkiit m:is!.v iiri.o ixinr. m n
V. V AkliTird iirt-lU l.li'Mil In
1 1 fail Clilntililii' INtiKo-Uiillil
1 Judgi Pfir ia utill hearing tho
i Kanpuui mrudor case. Tho Court
sat until ten o'clock last night.
Volnoy V. Anhford by his attor
, ney, A. S. llartwell, has annealed
from tho decree of tho Circuit
Court dismissing his bill of com
plaint against II. F. Poor and tho
O. Kaiser and Chun Aling, ad
ministrators of the estate of Lain
Pow, deceased, have filed their
final receipts from creditors, show
ing a dividend of 15 158-1000 por
Judge Carter this morning or
dered Gaspar Sylva, trustee of tho
estato of Z. 1'. Squires, deceased,
to filo a bond in $5000 for tho
faithful performance of tho trust.
Airs. Frances E. Jackson, sinter
of tho deceased and a devisee un
derpins will, had mado an affidavit
giving reasons why Sylva iri an
unfit and improper poison to exe
cute the trust. Tho matter camo
up on a motion to fix tho amount
of tho trusteo's bond. llartwell
for petitioner, Sylva; Castlo for
Airs. Jackson and husband.
l'ROUltlS hv ci:.si s.
l')i'ilallon nl Inland T Ilnuull
Superintendent Atkinson is
daily getting nt gross results in
tho numbering of the population.
Tho Island of Hawaii is found to
havo a population of 33,272, tho
figures being subject, however, to
a slight correction. It was 20,751
in 1800. Tho increase is thero
foro inoro than 0500.
North Kohala is tho only dis
trict ou tho big island which
shows a decrease. Its population
has fallen off 170.
Puna shows a handsomo incre
ment of 9M. It had but 831 in
1800, and has 17-1H now. "That's
cpffeo," as Air. Atkinson senton
North Kona has increased by
1308 from 1753 in 1890 to 30(51 in.
1800. Coll'eo again.
South Kona makes no mean
gain either, having advanced from
1812 to 2332, an increase of 520.
Tho gains iu tho Punas and tho
Kouns aro largely represented by
tho settlement or an industrious
and civilized class upon small
It must bo remembered that tho
foregoing figures aro not final, yet
thoy will bo found approximately
Itoml Ilourd Suinillct.
Tho firms named bolow havo
beon awarded contracts for sup
plying tho articles specified to tho
Honolulu lload Bureau:
Lowors it Cooko, Alien k llobin
sou and Oaliu Lumber it Build
ing Co., lumber.
Union Feed Co. and California
Feed Co., liny and giaiu.
J. T. Watorhouse, Hawaiian
Uardwaro Co., Castlo & Cooke, T.
H. Davios A- Co., E. O. Hall &
Son, hardware, otc.
II. Uackfeld fc Co., hardware,
paint, coment and brick.
Pacific Uardwaro Co., powder
M. W. AlcChosnoy it Sous, soap
Only ono firm that bid failed to
got a contract, and that ono otTered
but a single article, and tied on
that with a firm bidding for sun
If you want to framo anything
in tho vary host manner; if you
want your framo to harraouizo
with your picture; if yon want tho
best and most tastoful frame in
tho markot, go to Kiug Bros., 110
.Antt! -rfM5f &, .
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