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Vol. II. No. 4G5.
HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1896.
Piuoe 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published oYory day except Bnndny at
210 KinR Streot, Ilonolala, II. I.
Por Month, anywhere In the Ha
waiian Islunds $ 75
Per Year. i-0
Por Year, postpaid to Amoricu,
Oanada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countrloo ,. 13 00
I'nynblo Jmitiliibly In Artvaauo.
Telephone 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
LiWUS & Cn
Take tho matter of cheese
i and you will find wo have
'about every brand manufac
tured. It's a common sort of
lilting, is cheese, in a general
way, but if your'o giving a
dinner as much attention
should be paid to tho selection
'of it as to tho joint. Here's a
'partial list from which you
may select a suitable finish to
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Edam, Holland, Pino Apple,
Pannesiun, Swiss, Roquefort,
Gorgonzola, Cavembert, Me
iinuta, California Extra, OreT
gon Cream, New York Cream,
Sap Sago, Litnburger, Nosegay
Club, New York Sage, Kro
nonkaso, Camenbert, Sierra
Neuchatol and Romatour re
ceived on ice by each steamon
Theso are of the finest
grades made and may be re
lied upon as being always fresh.
Lewis & Co,,
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEzVVE HONOLULU -
FOR..TIIE ABOVE TOUT ON
Suturtluy, Kov. Slst,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
Tho umlersiRnod nre now prepared o
luo Through Tiokets from this City to all
points in tho United Status.
VtTVor further particulars regarding
Freight or Pubsnge, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., L'd,
460-61 General Afionta.
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate and General Business Agent
207 Merchant Stroot.
Telephone 100. MST P. O. Box M0.
tlndo llcr LI to ?llernlilc, but Sho la
HrAtl tlio testimony of Mr. E. O.
Monro, fiinuri;, A'lctcirln, wlioio inii
tn.lt Is nl to given I
"Some few years ago I suffered
terribly with Indigestion and gen
cral debility. I could not sleep,
and my condition was such at to
niiiko my lifo miserable. None, of
tho many remedies I tried did mo
any pjood, and I despaired of ever
getting bettor. Onoof my friends
told mo of tho blood-purifying and
strength-giving properties of Aycr's
F.irsaparilla, and I began taking it.
llefnio 1 had finished tho first bottle
1 felt better, and was thus encour
ngod toglvo the medicine a thorough
tilal. In all I used four bottles,
and then was perfectly-cured of tho
grievous trouble which had alllicted
mi. I now recommend, to anyone
fls a Sslenfld Herve and B!ood Moillcina.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Agonto for tho Republic ot Hawaii.
"THE 6 LOBE
Light and Serviceable.
Castle & Cooke
OWNS SOME OPAL MINES
AT AN A TllROIItai lASSINir.Il UN
John Pender an thoNiibaldencc ofthe
reul Iluoui Which Itelifiicd
Among tho through pasBongers
on tho Monowni was John Ponder,
whoso homo ib in Molbourno,
Australia, whero lie is a leading
manufacturer. IIo is a relativo
of tho lato Sir John Fender of
submarine cable fame, aud owno
largo interests iu soruo opal
mines in Queensland. On his ro
cent visit to Now York he took
with him a largo quantity of opals
in tho endeavor to find a market
for thorn in that city. Ho entered
into negotiations with Tiffany &
Co. and sold his stock to them,
receiving as high as $100 for a
Spoaking of Australian opals to
a reporter, Mr. Pondor Baid:
"Tho opals of Australia aro now
admitted to bo tho finest in tho
world. Our opal mines nro in
both Now South Wales and
Queensland. Tho Tiffauys in
formed me that tho sppcimou
pieces of stone which I sold thorn
wero of exceptional value and
Talking of tho boom that not
long since existed in Australia, ho
"There was an awful collapse
after tho boom. Properly went
down to one tenth of ils previous
value. It got finally that thoro
was not a buyer for any, no mat
tor howlow it sold.
"I think the reason everybody
wont speculating iu tho first place
was because thoro was so much
English money that rarno for in
vestment. If a man had a con
tract ovfin, for a pioco of property,
ho could go to any bank and
get all tho money ho wanted.
"But wo aro ufraid of booms
now, and don't waut any moro of
thorn. Wo never want to seo any,
believing as we do that no good
can over como of any of thorn.
Business is now stiffening up, and
wo aro satisfied."
The I.o.t I'nradlne.
Tho titlo of tho play by tho
Frawley Co. this evening is "Tho
Lost Paradise." It has met with
unprecedented success throughout
tho east, having beou producod in
Now York City for ovor 200
nights. In this pioco tho author
deals with tho labor question and
its conflicting emotions, but he has
boon careful not to draw offousivo
conclusions, adroitly placing con
ditions boforo tho auditors and
allowing tho audionco to draw
thoir own opinions.
Bet On It Ki err Time.
You can wager yonr last dollar
on Seattle Beer with tho absolute"
assuranco that you will win. No
boer is superior to it for purity,
for flavor, or as a tonic. Seattle
Bear is pure, as it represents tho
best production of master brewers,
and being made by suporior
brains aud honest labor should bo
UBed by all who beliovo in using
the best. On tap or in bottlos at
Tlio I'ollco VuiKiiilthcrt.
Tho hithorto victorious police
riflo team hauled down their
colors to Company E. in tho 10
turn shoot this morning. Tho
military woro victorious with a
scoro of 410 over dOi for the
police. Honors aro now easy be
tween the two teams and a final
shoot will probably bo arranged
for next Saturday.
If you want to framo anything
in the vory best manner; if you
want your framo to harmonize
with your picture; if you want tho
best and most tasteful framo in
tho markot, go to King Bros., 110
Tlinfto nlio Will llatlle for Puliation
mid inn Iteiclmciit.
At the Makiki ball grounds
this afternoon at -i o'clock tho
hccond of the series of football
gnmoB arranged for this ecason
will tuko place, tho opposing par
ties being tho Punahou college
and First Regiment teams. Tho
lattor aro niuci the larger and
heavier man itrit they lack prac
tice, whilo tho llghtor college team
has tho advantage of constant
work and superior instruction.
It is said they will dovelop some
tricks aud team work that will bo
u surprise to the soldiers and end
in their defeat.
Tho following arn tho playors
soloctod for today's gamo:
Punahou W Greenwoll, ll E;
Prof Howard, 11 T; A Cunha,
It G; Allan Judd, C; Sam Park
or, LG; W Bawlins, L T; W
Armstrong, L E; Prof Babbitt
, (Capt), Q B; E Loug, It II; Prof
I lnualls, L H; A Long, F B.
llegimonts A Lawrence, It E;
Bochert, It T; Peterson, It G; J
Cook, C; S Wnllaco, L G; ltoss,
L T; S Johnson (Capt), L E;
Kilboy, Q B; P Gleason, It H;
Clark, L H; Austin, I? B.
Punahou substitutes W Da
mon, H Judd, II Kluegel, L Hor
ner, W Walker, V Biahardson.
Itogiments Sinclair, Oum
mings, Gumpher, M Hirshman, J
Lemon, J Spencer.
I'm .lie on- At iiumio."
Tho title of
hoiil' as woll as
emanated from tho brain of an
employe of tho Buffalo Browing
Company. That enterprising iirm,
believing that a man who could
composo so catchy an air must
have a largo and woll balanced
brain, straightway raised his sala
ry. This hus proven to be a good
move on thoir partasis testified
by tho excolleut qualities of thoir
beor, which is dispensed over tho
bars of tlio Cosmopolitan, Pacific
and Royal saloons at tho rate of
two glasses for 25c. It is always
fr'osh and cold and lifo-sustaining.
Or you can get ono glass of Buf
falo and ono of Pabst beor, tho
lino pioduct of tho Milwaukee
brewery. Exchangeable chocks
good at all tho above- mentioned
resorts aro given in change if you
only waut ono drink. "Best beor
ovor in Honolulu," iB tho vordict
of many of our prominent citi
zens. AT JllHKi: INI.AKD.
I'rotcriiiii Tor tlio Ilcuiilor Nundav
The program arranged by Pro
fessor Borgor for tho baud concert
at Makeo Island tomorrow ufter
noon is givon bulow:
Tlio Old Hundred.
Ovei lure SemlrainMu Rossini
Aria atnbat Mate Koeslnl
l'olonnlsc Festival Procession . . . . Meyerbeer
Fantasia Herald Anelt. Ileyer
Reminiscences of Rosslut Godfrey
Fliiutu-Lucrczla Ituri;lu DonUettl
(inrottc 1'riDcets Maud Kottaun
Ovcituro Murmuring Forest Uoullloii
lluv. oil l'onol.
At Kniiiin Square.
Following is tho program for
tho band concort at Emma square
this afternoon, commencing at
March Honeymoon Roscy
(Hertnre llallu In AU-lr lUsslnl
Fantasia Mill In tliu Forest EllculierK
Finnic Lucia Doulrcttl
Wait i bultnna , IlucnloKSl
Oalop Htnct Cars Arndt
V. 91. a A.
Tho subject of tho praise ser
vice at tho Y. M. 0. A. tomorrow
at 0:30 p.m., will bo "Forgive
ness "Matt. 28:21,22-0; 1-1:15.
All young men are especially in
vited. If you want n good Island po
tato just ring up 755,Palama Gro
cory,and they will send you a bag
of tho unrivalled Kohala Bpuds,
grown from Now Zealand 6eod.
Sold at our usual live and lot livo
rates. Palania Grocory, opposite
AT THE ART
WATER C'OI.OltS nV TO It. DUDIIK
AND TO UN. WIM.1N.
Typical llnwullan Scenery Well
Treated Work of Indii'trlxl
Art by TOr. Diij'.
Among tho contributors to the
fino collection of wator colors in
tho prosont exhibition of tho Ki
lohuuu Art Leaguo, Mr. Philip
H. Dodge makes a numerous and
moritorious showing. His favor
ito thomo ia marine Bconery and
ho catchoa the spirit of what tho
wild waves aro Baying quito
truly. His "Itocks and Waves,"
No. 78, is a typical Hawaiian
coast view and. is troated with
groat skill. Tho foreground iB a
croscant of dark rocks, ovor tlio
middle of which tho wavos aro
soon breaking on tho reef boyond.
Above tho hornB of tho croscont
the whito Bpray is flung into the
air, aud this foaturo of the picturo
is exceedingly well portray
ed. It is a oleau and cool
work as a wholo. Mr. Uodgo's
finest work, howovor, is found in
two companion pieces, each half
tho size of tho ono just desenbod.
Those ore No. 20 "Surfbreak"
and No. 70 'Rook at Nawili
wili." Tho formor especially is a
little gem, comparing favorably
with anything in tho nailery. A
view of Hanaloi, Kauai, No 31, '
wouln bo a httinu companion of
iNo. VS. it is vory oxcollout iu
treatment ofdistnncesjwitli tho pro
por shading ot promontories near
and far. Its wator effects aro also
good, aud there is a truo Hawaii
Mrs. E. -M. Willis, -wifo of tho
Bishop of Honolulu, is a prolific
contributor. Her decorated china
was among tho works sold by tho
second day, although, it is said,
sho has only essayod this branch
a few mouths ago. Mrs. Willis
gives iu water colors Hawaiian,
English and Swiss soones, many
of them of charming effect." Across
tho Sulphur Bods," No. 27, is per
haps tho best treated of homo sub
jects. In tint "Glimpse from
Makeo Island," No. 08, tho moun
tains at tho ond of the vista aro
admirably haudlod, giving truo
distance and atmospheric effocts.
Leaving tho paintings as woll
as tho carvings and mouldings for
tho prosont, mention is to bo mado
of a boaufiful pioco of industrial
art. This is a portiorro of Ha-1
wanan soecia Btrung togotuer,
screens ono of tho
in tho main room,
tho handiwork of Mr.
0. W. Day, father of Dr. Day, and
consists of 33,029 seeds in -14
variotios. Upon n grill of golden
shower Boeds in tho middle is
wovon tho Hawaiian salutation
"Aloha." Tho blending of tho
colors in tho work is beautiful,
and tho production is well worthy
of preservation in tho museum.
Two years woro required to gather
tho seeds, prepare nnd assomblo
thorn in this splondid articlo of
In accordanco with tho Pro
clamation issue by tho President,
a Thanksgiving servico will bo
hold iu Central Union Church,
Thursday, Nov. 2Gth, at 11 a. m.
Parts in tho servico will bo taken
by HevB. Hiram Bingham, S. E.
Bishop, O. M. Hyde, J. Loading
ham, Oliver Emorson and O. H.
Gulick. Tho sermon will bo de
livered by tho ltov. Douglas P.
Biruio. Tho public is cordially
invited to bo proBont.
It. C. Scott tho actor leaves by
tho Australia. Ho will bo pleas
antly remembered by tho play
goers of Honolulu, and gratofully
by tho local dramatio talont that
ho has nidod much in bringing to
J a higher standard.
IIO.VOItl.Ml OLI A1K.
Iterrptlou liy tlio TII ol Ike Ulilef
Justice Tor TOr. I'riitl.
Wednesday last, Novombor 18th,
waB tho 80lh nnniversary of tho
birth of Mr. James Uydo Pratt of
Albany, N. Y., tho brothorin-law
of Mrs. A. F. Judd. Mr. Pratt is
tho father of Dr. J. S. B. Pratt of
Peter High k Co., and is well
known to many of our citizens,
having previously visited theso
islands in 1890. In honor of this
octogenarian Mrs. Judd held n
reception at hor rosidenco on
Nuuanu Avenue, to which nil tho
"Judd" relatives wero invited, as
also tho neighbors and many
The house was decoratod with
flowers and flags, and for two
hours or moro tho stream of per
sons congratulating Mr. Pratt on
tho attaining of this ripo ago was
constant, about zUO persons res
ponding to tho invitation. Light
refreshments wero served by a
bovy of young ladies.
Mr. Pratt is a remarkably woll
preserved man, only lately having
retired from a very active busi
ness lifo in Now York City and
Albany. Ho is a cousin of Presi
dent Cleveland, and called upon
him during the dark days of Ha
waii in 18'J3. Mr. Pratt takes n
deep intorost in Hawaiian affairs
and finds our climate just tho
place for one of his age, hero es
caping tho harsh winters of Amer
Among thoso present at tho ro
coptiou were President aud Mrs.
i 1 X 1 i I T -m l I
jjoio, tuo jNuuanu valley resi-
dents vory generally, and many of
our protninont neomo. also Can-
i tain Watson of the U. S. S.
j AdaniH, Lieutenant and Mrs. Har
ris lMihign Brown and Mrs.
Brown, Mr. M. M. Ilurd, wifo and
daughtor, tho Misses Flanders
and othor now coniors.
iii:i ON I m: VOYAOK.
Siitldrn Dcnth of u C'l-lnniuaii oulho
A Chinese passenger on tho
steamer Kcauhou, which arrived
from Kauai oarly this morning,
died on tho voyago. The remains
woro convoyed to tho police sta
tion whorn nu investigation was
held by the Deputy - Marshal.
Dr. Emorson, uftor an examina
tion of tho body, gave it as his
opinion that death had resultod
from natural causos. Tho Deputy
Marshal thereupon decided that
an inquest was unnecessary and
the body was turned ovor to rela
tives for burial.
Iiifortuntlnii for TonrlwtH.
A paBsengerby the last Colonial
steamer was mot on tho dock by
a Milesiau American friend, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to have tho newcomer's
gripsaok scrawled ovor with, chalk
markB by the Customs Inspector
at tho gato tho stranger remarked
to uis friend "Do you
rain 'oro ? " Rainier
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon where thoy keep
it always, clear and cool. We'll
just bo in time for lunch too nnd
that's tho only placo in town
where they servo it up in propor
stylo with a glass of Rainier
Beer to cquilibrializo tho solids
Dinner and Ounce.
Last night tho Hawaiian Hotel
gavoono of thoir onjoyablo afl'uirs,
tho usual dinner with n dauco
following being tho program.
Tho National Quintotto Club was
in atteudauco. A largo number
of Honolulu's society people woro
firesont, as woll ns tlio passengers
rotn tho Bio do Janeiro and
officers of tho Adams. A similar
affair will bo givon next Wednes
day ovening.when a Thanksgiving
dinner will bo served, aftor which
dancing will bo tho order of tho
King Bros, latost consignment
of piotnro frames has tnkon tho
town by storm. Tho designs aro
ologaut, up-to-dato and of tho
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