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Vol. II. No. 459.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every tUiy except Sunday nt
210 King Strcot, Honolulu, 1L I.
Por Month, nnywhero In tho lln-
walian Islands 0 1T
Per Year. ! "
Per Year, postpaid to Amorit.n,
Canada, or Alexico 10 U0
Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
f-nynlilo Invariably la Ailvnuoo.
Telophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
i . . . i. . i i pi
Mortgcc.'c ITo'.ico cf Intention to
Foreclose and of Salo.
In uccordauco with tho provi
sions o tliut certain mortgage
mndo by Joseph Polo ond Keumo,
his wife, to II. Dimoud, dtitod
September 2t5th, 1881, and duly
assigned by II. nnd J.WutorhouBO,
executors under tho will of H.
Dimond, by assignment recorded
in Hni'l ollieo in Libor 1(13, page
275, Ac, recorded in the Register
oilier, Otilm, in Libov 83, pngo
8(58-11, notice is horoby givou that
said mortgagee intends to foroclo60
tho same for condition broken, to
-wit.: tho non pnyinout of both
principal and interest whon due.
Notico is likewise givon that
nfler tho expiration of three weeks
l'roin thin il.tio the property cov
ered by bind mortgngo will bo
advertised for salo and will bo
Bold at public miction at tho auu
tion rooms of J as. F. Morgan,
Iloi.oluhi. on Monday, the 550th
day of November, 1800, nt 12
o'clock noou ol Hint dnv.
H. WA1E15UOUSE, Jr.,
Ashigiieo of Mortgage.
For furt'i'M- particulars, apply
to J. Alfred Mngoou, Attorney
for II. WiiierlioiihK, Jr.
Dated Hounlulu, Nov. -lth, 1800.
Tin1 piop-rty to be sold is us
All lh:.t pieco or p'ircol of land
situated nt Kowdo, Piuon, Island
of On liu, dfcribcd in ltovtil
Pulont No 10-0. Kiilenii-. 10,270,
to Maliiuu as Apmiit 2. Taro and
Knlu land, nv.ro pnrticnlirly de
scribed ns follows:
'E hoonial-u niit ko kihi Hotna
o ka loi ki o'o J. I'iikoi ko kihi
Hikinu inaukn o koia aina, a o
holo Akuii 4!) Kom. 100 Knpuai
ma kuanim miwiiho o ke k-olo a
hiki i k l'olialtu i Pea ia X pili
ana mo ko Kd.-twnin nl.iila Humn
30 5 Kom. 52 Knpiui, uihi o
Kulitwiiiii, a A kail 30 5 Kom. 38
Knpuai Miiahn-i a Aknti 40 Kom.
14(5 Kaptmi nm ko Kahuvaia in
man aoao u hiki i ko Kekuwowo,
nluila Ik-ma 40 z Kom. 72 Knpu.ii
ma ko Kokawowo a hiki i ko Ka
lawain, alalia ma ia uiua Hotna
43 s Hikiua 284 Knpuai a Hiki i
kn pohiiku inn ko nla liilii, u pili
nna me kn inokuna o Kcwnlo u mo
Auwniolimu, ulailn, Polelei i uku.
E uili una mo ka aina o ke kula n
hiki i kuhi i hoomnkn ni o ka 111
72-100 ekn." 451-td
Mortgagee's 1'otico of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
In ticcordanco with tho pro
visions of that oortain mortguga
modo by Annio Hnines nnd
Ohnrlos llninea, hor husband, to
AV. A. Kinney, dated Aug. 4th,
1887, l'cord d in tho Register
Oflico, Oihu, in Liber 111, pages
403 ot seq , which mortgngo was
duly assigned to J. A. Mugoon by
assignment, notico is horoby giv
en that tho assignee of said
mortg'go intends to foncloso tho
same lor o .uditiou broken, to wit:
tho nnn-p.iymont of both princi
pal nnd interest whon duo.
Notico Is likewise givon that
nftor tho oxpirntion of throe
weeks from this dato tho proper
ty covoiod by said mortgage will
bo advortiiod fr sale nnd will bo
Eold at public auction nt tho
miction roums of W. S. Luce,
Honolulu, on Mouday, Doo. 7th,
'1890, ntl2 o'olook noon of that
(Uiy' .. , i
For further particulars apply
to J. A. Magoon.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1890.
Tho property to bo sold is as
All that piece or parcol of lnnd
situate nt Piiunui, Honolulu,
. moro pnrt'onlnrly described in
Roynl Patent 4401 ., Kiiloami
1070 to flikoula. 453-td
atrn. i:. Wyntl, of Tort llond, Went
Ilhultuiirfli, So. Australia, wrllc of
ttio unit rnmlltlnn of her llttlci flnui;h
tor, ulumo porlrnlt alio lo oudl
''My daughter was allllctcd with
Eczema of the most aggravated
type. Tho disease first appeared In
eruptions on her head, then her hair
hcgaiit to fall out, and in spito ot
the best medical advico and treat
ment she grew steadily worse. Tho
sores were full of matter and were
extremely offensive. Her eyes hc
camo affected, and sho wns, in truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
were very HUiipathetlc and took
great interest in the case. They
persuaded mo to try Aycr's Sarsa-
pariua, ami l am mosi tnanKiui to
he able to say that this wonderful
medicine complptcly restored my
daughter's health. She has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,
ami sho Is a due girl of night years
with every prospect of growing up
to bo a strong and healthy woman."
Cold Medals at the World's Chit! Eapotltiom.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
iolo Acents for the Heimblio ot Hawaii.
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
a ip sai" ct An
ALL AGAINST EXTENSION
coM'Kiti.Nci: in:nvi:i:v Tin: oov-
SI-r. J. V. I'ontcr nnt I.. X. TIhim-
loti Adtoculs i:xlonlon of .11 r.
NpntillitK' Cnhlo PrniiclilRC
A meoting of representative
citizens was called by tho Gov
orntnont, to confer with thoin on
a proposition to extend and en
largo Mr. Z. S. Spnlding's fran
chise for a Pacific cable.
The conference wns held in
President Dole's oflico, or tho
Exocutivo Council chnmbor, nt
10 o'clock this morning. Pres
ident Dolo nnd Ministers Da
mon and Smith, Hon. J. AV.
Foster, ex-Secrotnry of Stato ot
tho United -States, nnd Hon. L. A.
Thurston, cx-Miuistor to Wash
ington, wore present with the
secret of tho conclnvo, nnd to hear
und pnss opinion upon it
thoro wore preseut Hon. W. H.
Cnstle, ex Ministor to "Washing
ton, Messrs. Paul Isouberg, J. l'
Hnckfeld, "Y. G. Irwin, Alexander
Young, F. M. Swnnzy, F. A.
Schnofor, O. M. Cookf, J. 13. Ath
orton, Prof. AV. D. Alexander, J.
A. Kennedy, B. F. Dillingham,
C. Bolto, John Enn, F. JJ. Mc
Stocker, Geo. W. Smith. J. Nott,
M. P. Robinson, J. Phillips, Chief
Justice Judd, Dr. C. li. Wood,
O. L, Wight and 1'. F. Lansing,
Senators 11. Waterhmiso, Cecil
Drown, II. AV. Schmidt and J. A.
Mibs Kolly was stenogmphic ,
reporter of tho proceedings for
tho Government. ,
Tho meeting wns secret, tho j
press being excluded, yet, ns wns ,
givon out nt the close, it was not
conlidoutial. Those privileged in ;
boing present were allowed to toll
nil thoy could from memory.
President Dolo nnd Minister i
Dnmou, however, declined to give
out tho text of the Spalding pro
position until thoy might got tho i
consent of iU advocates.
Mr. Spalding's present exclu
sive franchise for lauding n cable
from North Anurien on those
islands does not expire until May
next. IIo wnnts mi oxtousioufor
two yenrB in which to obtniu n
subsidy of $100,000 n year from
other governments interested, nud
for three yturs moro in which to
Iny n cnblo from the United Stntcs
to either Austrnlin or Jnpan, or
both by way of Hawaii.
Ho will take up S375.000 of Hn
wniinn Government bonds nt 4
por cent, one third of that amount
ns n gunrnnteo for oithor of these
three things n cnblo to Austrnlin,
a cable to Japau, an inter-island
cablo nud tho wholo of it for all
throe together, in roturn for nn
exclusive frnnchise of twenty
years for operatiiig such cables.
Mr. Spalding will nioreovor
gunrnnteo to lny nn intor-islnnd
cable within one yoar. Ho asks
no subsidy from Hawaii but ex
pects the exemption from taxation,
navigation nud lauding fees, etc.,
ns in the prosont franchise
Messrs. Foster nnd Thurston
mndo able pleas for the proposi
tion. Thoy won no support from tho
citizens, however, not ono of whom
gnvo tho slightest ftivor to tho
scliomo. Most of thoso present,
on tho contrary, expressed them
selves strongly ngninst tying up
calde prospects in exclusive fran
chises. Mr. Swanzy gavo nn oloquent
foroenst of tho commercial im
portance of tho Pacific, with Hn
waii's favorublo position for parti
cipating iu its development.
Attorney-General Smith spoke
of tho joalousy in tho govoming
counsels of Jnpan regarding tho
matter of a cablo. The Japanese
would bo apt to feel resentful of
auy scliomo in this quartor liable
to block any cnblo enterprise of
thoir own in the Pncifio.
Professor Aloxnndor thought
thoro woro excellent reasons for
hoping to gain Japau's co-opora-tion
in laying a cable. That
country wns ambitious for com-
morcinl distinction in tho Pacific
nnd sho wns growing very rich.
Messrs. Isonbergj Irwin, Hnck
feld, Schnofer, Dillingham nnd
othors nil spoke strongly ngninst
I tho proposition. Although Messrs.
Foster nnd Thurston portrnyod in
I glowing colors tho groat benefit
it would be to Hawaii, nt this
J juncture, to obtain 375,000 nt
I four percent, thoy could not got
tho meeting to seo that it wns
worth thn sacrifice demanded.
Proro-illii-: t die Anuiiil .lleelliiK
Held I.nt I".vpiiliiif.
The postponed annual meeting
of the llcalaui Yacht nnd Bout
club took place last evening, but
tho ntt(cndnnco of members wns
Tho proposed nmendmont to the
by-lnws, pdrmitting the establish
ment of tho Boys' nuxilinry to tho
club, wns adopted. Under this
plnu boys under 20 years of ngo
nro ndmitted ntn reduced member
ship fee. They will bo accorded
nil the privileges of tho club nnd
may bocomo full mombers nt nny
time upon payment of tho full
elected to sorvo during tho onsu
ing yenr: Cecil Brown, President;
Georgo It. Carter, A'ice President;
D. AV. Corbett, Secretary; F. B.
Oat Qio elected, Trensuror; J. A.
Low, Auditor, nud F.W. MeChes
ney, AV. E. Wnll, Chnrles B.
Gray and W. AV. Chamberlain
members of tho Board of Direo
The following resolution wns
ui'nuimouHly adopted :
Resolved: That in tho retire
"Lnt of T F. Lansing from the
prebidcncy of this organization
thoro is lost from tho libt of offi
cers ono to whom tho life nnd suc
cess of tho club are largoly duo
and one whom wo shall always
hold in high esteem for his uu
flngging efforts on behalf of tho
club nnd diuiutorestod labor for
tho sport of rowing.
Resolved: That this resolution
be outeicd upon tho minutes and
a copy of tho Bnmo forwarded to
.haVaii; immi loom:.
IniliclH ii NiiMy Illlc on Hurry .luen'n
Mr. Bottoncourt, n horso doctor
living at Borolnuln nnd Punch
bowl streets, keeps n lnrgo nnd
ferocious dog. Tho Bolster
brothers, living n fow doors from
Punchbowl across Beretania
street, havo n medium sized house
dog, nud about sovon o'clock this
morning it trotted down tho
street. As it enmo opposite Bet
tencourt's plnce, his dog rushed
across the street at it. Harry
Juon of tho City Feed Store waB
fltuuding iu tho door of that es
tablishment, whon tho dogs,
fighting, surgod agaiust him.
Ho tried to soparato tho animals,
when tho big dog seized him by
tho leg. Its fangs tore the ilosh
crosswiso just below tho kneo cap,
nnd snnk several places into tho
lleshy pnrt behind the joint.
Blood streamed down to his feot
and ho lost no timo in going to
Dr. Peterson to hnvo tho wounds
dressed. Ho returned to business
j lookiug palo and feeling vory
BOlO. ill aUHWtJl iu li quuniiuu,
Mr. Juon said ho hnd not decided
what actiou to tiike about tho dog.
Ho was half sorry ho had not
dragged tho bruto into tho storo
and brained it right thoro.
Level 1'ncMlf Ilottoiii.
A Cnlifornin oxcliaugo says:
Tho bottom of tho Pncifio botwoon
Hawaii and California is said to
bo so level that a railroad could bo
laid for 500 milos without altoriug
tho grado anywhere. This fact
wns discovered by tho United
States, surveying vessel engaged
in making soundings with tho
view of laying a cablo.
FrameB for Citizens' Guard Cer
tificates mado to order for from
lOo. ouch up nt King Bros., 110
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
CONVICTION I'Olt OI'IIMI ANI AN
Several Itltorcrx JJriinli'il Trlnl Cut
Miort-Slltntulloii In IVnlluhu
A verdict of guilty, one dis
senting, was fouud yestordny
against Ah Sin and Ah AVing,
opium in possession. This morn
ing Judge Perry sentouced them
each to pay n lino of $75 nnd $0.25
costs. Mr. Davis moved for nJiow
trinl, which wns refused, nud ho
then noted exceptions to the Sup
A jury wns empaneled and tho
trial proceeded ot F. Moyors for
a social misdemeanor. J. H.Stel
ling was sworn as Gorman
interpreter. AVhon two witnesses
had been examined, Doputy At
torney Gonoral Dolo ontcred n
nolle prosequi. Knulukou for the
Judge Perry sentonced Kaapuni
to 20 years imprisonment fur
the manslaughter of Pacheco
Bou Pnngelinnn vs. Amy Pun
golinan. Divorce A docroo is
grnuted, nnd tho custody of tho
two children awarded to the plain
tiff. Creightou it Correa for plain
tiff; Rohortson for defendant.
Louisa R. Andrews vs. Robort
Andrews. Divorce Dccreo
granted ou tho ground of cruelty.
Humphreys & Do Bolt for plain
lift; no nppearanco of or for do
fondaut. Kaloikuniwn vs. Kumnkn, (w,).
Divorce. Still ou nt noou. Hum
phreys it Do Bolt for plaintiff; no
nppearanco of or for dofondaut.
Juduo Carter heard divorce
cases in the second court room.
AVailuku Sugar Co. vs. AV. II.
Cornwoll. A stipulation has been
approved by Judge Carter that
tho defendants have ton days nftor
W. A. Kinney's return from
abroad in which to answor.
COM. I'M,!: IIIIHMXU.
About 0 o'clook this morning
smoke' wns discovered issuing
from tho mnukn sido of tho big
pilo of conl bnlongingto H. Hnck
feld & Co., which is Bitnated bo
twoon tho fish market and tho
Pacific Mail wharf. Chief Eu
ginoor Hunt of tho Firo Depart
ment wns notified and after cou
sultntiou with mom berg of tho
firm it wns decided to send ono
engino to tho scene. Engino No.
4 nnd tho big hoso enrt woro do
tnilod nnd woro soon at tho spot.
Tho engino was stationed on tho
Ewa side of tho pilo and her suc
tion pipe dropped into tho bay .Two
lines of hoso wore taken to thotop of
the pilo -aud salt water was Boon
pouring on. Another lino of hose
was stretched across the Pacific
Mnil whnrf nnd the firo pumps of
tho Jnpnneso etoamor Toyo-mnru
furnished nnothor big stream.
Mossrs. Paul Tsouborg and J. F.
Haokfeld of II. HaokfohhtCo. nnd
AV. M. Giffnrd of AV. G. Irwin &
Co. woro early nt tho scono. If the
volume of smoko shmild inorenso
it is likely that a treuch will bo
cut through tho centor of tho pile
which will furnish employment
for a largo number of men and
The coal on firo is that dis
chni'god by tho stonmor Aztoo n
fow weoks ngo. It came from the
Nauaimo collieries, British Co
lumbin, and thoro aro over 8000
tonB in the pilo.
At 2:15 Chief Engineer Hunt
thought ho had the fire pretty
well drowned out. There wns
very little hont or smokocomiug
from tho coal nt that timo, but
pumping will bo continued until
nil dnugor is over.
T. F. Lansing has recovered
from his severe attack of rhouma
cism sufficiently to attend to business.
invi:kim:i into i.oxri.V iiousk
aniiiiiii:ai::.vji mm ni:m
SlriuiK Stoiy Tolil llrr h Y-r liyn
CitllliiriilH I'rlami Cniiiinlnilmior
l'nt ii IJIk Ituiixom.
Charles Montgomery, th well
known San Fiun.;ux) philanthro
pist and boniface, has made pub
lic a strange story, iu which ho
declares that some fifteen months
ago he was blackmailed in tho ap
proved AViuthrop stylo. IIo snya
thnt ho wns enticed into a lonely
house, locked in stocks, threatened
with a loaded pistol aud being
burned alive, aud, under duress,
took mi onth of socrocy,wns rolioved
nnd subsequently paid something
loss U'nn $10,000 for immunity.
This story was mado public after
tho trinl nud conviction of Oliver
W. AVinthrop for kidnapping nml
robbing James Campbell ot this
city, nnd thoro nro many who bo
liovo thnt Winthrop nnd his nrt
uer were responsible for both
crimes. Only briof notico has
been tnkon by the local prens of
this straugo story and the BuiiLri
tim has been nsked to publish it
Tho following is Mr. Montgom
ery's story :
Tho story 1 toll you was known
only to myself und four other per
sons. 1 gavo these friends my
promiso not to divulge tho secret.
I havo mysolf never repeated it,
but by homo unknown means tho
detnils of tho affair leaked out.
About fifteen months ngo n straugo
man came to my office in tho hotel
and informed me that lio wag
about to mvost iu some property
ou a 6inall streot south of Market
street. Ho churned to be a man
unused to transacting business,
nnd he explained that ho hail
hoard that I usually interested
myself in people whom I beliovod
needed moral or financial asHis- .
I had not much timo to Bparo,
but I set nsido my busiuess and
accompanied him to a suinll cot
tage in tho locality mentioned.
On arriving at tho house I was
somewhat surprised to find that no
sign "to lot" or "for sale" was on
tho dwelling, and, furthermore,
the stranger produced a latchkey
with which ho opened tho front
aoor, which movo was in itself;
Bomowhat suspicious, but 1 am
not a vory suspicious person; I
pot aside my hesitation and step
ped within the promises.
1 found inyBolf in a plain, un
furnished vestibulo or hallway.
Doors opened from it into un
furnished compnrtments. 1 look
ed about mo, turned from my
guide to investigate, and on facing
him again I was horrified to seo
that he had drawn a murderous
looking revolver which ho aimed
at my head.
" Come with mo," commanded
tho man. I followed him into a
back room and then saw at a
glntico that I wns in a chnmbor of
horrors. Thero, in ono corner,
stood tho stocks, a table of com
mon pine boards iu front of thorn,
a chair to tho rear. A pilo of old
paper and rags filled another
" Take your seat iu that choir'
commanded my tormentor.
thought of resistance, but on sec
ond consideration L determined to
faco tho ordeal. I gavo myself in
to tho euro of. tho Almighty.
Death had no terror for mo, but
tho thought of my family nud of
tho great grief they would BiilTor
cnused mo to make up my mind
not to tempt the man to do mur
dor. 1 took my seat iu tho chair.
Tho rude stocks nt my feot woro
lifted into place by the man. Ho
commanded mo to place my an
kles in tho notches, nud when I
complied ho closed the upper sec
tion of the apparatus down, but
it did not oloso tightly. Placing
his foot on tho thing ho gavo it a
push down, and it closed with a
click ns if it worked with an nil-