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HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 189G.
Prior 5 Cknts,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
PubtlHhocl ovory day excopt Sundny nt
210 KinR Street, Ilonolnlu, H. I.
Per Month, anywbero In tho Ha
waiian Islunila "5
Per Year. l
Por Year, postpaid to Amcnwi,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign
1'uynblo invariably 1" Advance.
Tolophono 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Lewis & Co.
Tnlcc the mutter of cheese
and you will find wo have
about every brand manufac
tured. It's a common sort of
thing, is cheeto, in a general
way, but if your'o giving a
dinner ns much attention
should be paid to the selection
of it as to the joint. Hero's a
partial list from which you
may select a suit'iblo finish to
your Thanksgiving dinner.
Edam, Holland, Pino Apple,
Parniesiau, Swi&s, Roquefort,
Gorgonzolo, Cavombert, Me
nantn, California Extra, Orc-
gu Cream, New York Cream,
Sap Sngo, L'uiburgi r, Nosegay
Club, New York Sage, Kro
nenkase, Camenbert, Sierra
Neuchatel and Romatour re
ceived on ico by each steamer.
These are of the ' finest
grades mado and may be re
lied upon as being always fresh.
Lewis & Co.,
Kort Street, - - Honolulu
f RiWUY WANTS
gg. Seats on Sale at tho
Hobron Drug Company for
tho Following Performances:
Tuesday Night, Nov. 24,
"The Charity Ball."
Thursday Night, Nov. 20,
Saturday Matinee, Nov. 28
"The Highest Bidder."
Saturday Night, Nov. 28,
KfTtTTT?. TRVNTRTryNT "
HeaSth and Strength
uY Tim usn of
J3r. M. A. Cnmmlnpf, of Yuitv11Ic,
Victoria, Anttralla, Snysj
"About a year ago, I hud a severo
attack of Influenza, which left mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or Interest in life. Obtaining
llttlo or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies rccom
monded to me, I finally tried Ayer's
Sarsaparllla, and from that time,
began to gain health and strength,
I continued tho treatment until
fully recovered, and now havo very
great pleasure In telling my friends
of tho merits of Ayer's Sar&aparllla,
and tho happy results of its use. 1
consider it tho best blood-purifier
Gold Mtdaliat the World's Chlel Espoiltlons.
AVCB'Q DIIIQ for Constipation
flltn O rlLLO and Biliousness.
Sugar-Coatod, Mild but Effective
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for the Republic of IlawniL
Light and Serviceable.
"THE PI fiHE
Gastle & Cooke
LOCAL ART EXHIBITION;
HAXKHO.m: I'ltOIUKTIOX.S IN TIIK
Ilt-.COIt A I l.l CIIIKA IIKANC1I. '
I.IMoftlin I.xlilli'U mill Coulrlliutorn j
-Uiirli in rnrvliic n I'mi- I
lie illntililliiK. I
Since tho first exhibition of tho
Kilohunn Art League, uo brunch
of its functions has been mora
grntifyingly doyoloped than tluit
of china deeoration. In this Mias
Fmlerika J. Nollo was tho pio
neer, becamo tho instructor of
other young ladies and, in this
autumn exhibition, contributes
nioro than tho other four exhibi
tors together. It should bo stated
that Miss Nolte is a thorough
adept in this art, hnving hor own
kiln, at tho parental residence in
Kapiolani park, for baking in tho
colors. It will bo seen from tho
following list what a rich variety
this young lady contributes on
90, Dinner set; 91, Roso jar,
green and gold; 92, Jelly jar,
holly design; 93, Cream pitcher,
violets; 101, Chocolato set, wild
rosee; 105, After Dinner Coffee,
holly berries; 100, Pink Dogwood
Blossoms; 107, After Dinner Cof
fee Cup in bluo and gold; 108,
Roso Jar in gold decoration; 105),
Decoiateil ieiry bet; 110, Ribbon
Plates, landscape; 111, Ciibtiud
Sot in blue and gold.
Mrs. E. M. Willis has the fol
lowing piece: 91, Tile, raspbeu-
ries; 99, Yellow Hoses; 100, Hasp
bcrrieb; 102, Cyelaniun; 1013, Pas
Miss Beseio F. French: 9G,
Roses aud CupidB a charming
work, Fhowing an almost fairy
hand; 98, Orchids.
Mrs. 13. F. Dillingham: 95,
Miss Bessie Afong: 97, Sweet
Peas and Scroll; 101, Flour do
On members' opening night the
cabiuot containing the decorated
china received such overwhelming
attention that it was difficult to
approach. The progress of this
branch of art hero has been such
as to give promise of a timo soon
coining when china decorated by
local artists, in domestic flora aud
scenery, will bo a feature in every
refined table service of Hawaiian
homes. Ilaudsoiner souvonirs of
Hawaii for gifts to friouds abroad,
or for tourists to carry away,
could hardly be selected.
Another interesting brauch of
art iu (his exhibition comprises
wood carving and plastio mould
ing. Mrs. Augusta i. Uruhom is
its only oxponont, but her enthu
siastic industry, joined to fino
tnlont, makes this department a
very ugrooablo feature of tho gal
lory. Hor productions are true to
naturo and have nn artistic finish.
The list is us follows, making a
handsorao variety of houso decora
tions: 43, Koa panel, ohia;-14, Chinoso
oranges, clay modoling; 45, koa
panel, mangoes; 05, pomegranates,
panel; (5(5, banauas, p.-uiol; 72,
water lilies, plaster cast.
Tho exhibition is open from 10
to 5 o'clock daily, and Monday and
Friday oven Jugs from 7 to 9. For
tho nominal admission feo of 25
cents anybody may seo this fino
collection of local art.
The annual meeting of tho Ho
nolulu Library and Reading
Rooms Assoointiou will bo hold at
Library Hall on tho ovouing of
Friday, November 27th, at 0:30
o'clock, for tho election of officers,
reading of animal reports and
such other business as may bo
Jayaouraya baB romoed his
stock of Coylouose novelties from
King Btroot to No. 0 Hotol Btroot,
opposite Ozaki, whore ho will bo
pleased to eorvo customers with
anything in his lino from a silver
collar buttou to aSoOO diamond.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
1,(I.M)I) TI.UKS AI.A IIM i:l AT ItUH- ' A
SI N AX IMUN'4'II XAVIIN.
t:miir NVut IVmii luiltii Slntcrr
Auollahf.fi In MtiilWB'X'Ciir L.1
Ilmijr C'Iimiik'n Ollnii'f.
Thu AVurrimoo brings the fol
lowing items of fresh foreign
Tlllf TAMING IN INDIA.
London.. November 9. Tho
Earl of Elgin, Governor Gcnoral
of India, reports that tho prospects
iu tho famine stricken districts of
India are now moro reuBsuriug.
LI HUNG CHANG'S FINK.
London, Novombor 9. It is now
roported that the lino of ono year's
salary imposed upon Li Hung
Chang, the Chinese Viceroy, was
for proposing that tho European
ceremony of saluting tho Emper
or should bo observed in China,
and not as previously stated, tor
visiting the Dowagor - Empress
without tho permission of tho Em
A l'BIEST KIDNAPPED.
London, Nov. 9. Dr. Alfred
"Rnrln. Hinliin nF Miirlbiirnnoh '
lino utnturl Mint iinmn limn nun lin
prepared for admission to tho j
Church of England a priest uho
had twice been tho Pope's special
misiouor. When tho priest was '
ready to enter tho Church of
Euglaud he was kidnapped and ,
taken to France, whore ho is still
London, November 9. From
Madagascar it is reported that
General Gallieni, tho French Res
ident General, has abolished bIuv
ory in tho island, and has re
duced tho Hoyii Queen, Ranava
lonn HE., to a position of subjec
tion to the French. Goueral Gal
lieni is gieatly iu favor of tho
Roman Catholic Church, mid it is
likely that tho English aud Nor
wegian mission Bchools will bo
THE NAVIES OF EUP.OPK.
London, November 9. Tho
Times reports that tho Russian
and French naval authorities aro
buildiiig 15 linn of battlo ships,
while Groat -Britain has only 12
under construction Commenting
upon this fact tho Times declares
that tho position is alarming, and
urges Mr. Gosohon, First Lord of
tho Admiralty, to adopt measures
which will ba tho nieaiiB of plac
ing Great Britain's naval Bupro
ruacy beyond nssault or dispute
THE TU1IKISH TUOUIIEE.
Loudon, Novembor 9. The Pa
ris nowspapors aro rosorvod in
their comments on tho report that
tho Sultan of Turkoy had decided
to make considerable concessions
to tho Armenians. They, how
evor, assort that it remains for
Franco and Russia to bring tho
Sultan to reason. Advicos from
Constantinople stato that tho Sul
tan hus reduced the salaries of
Turkish officials by 15 por cent.
The Paris Temps has made an
important announcement respect
ing tho Turkish trouble. On
Novombor 3, M. Hanotaux, tho
French Minister for Foroign
Affairs, delivered a speech iu tho
Chamber of Deputies, during tho
course of which he said tho Czar
aud ho had exchanged viows ro
gardiug the Tuikish question,
and that tho Czar had declared
the Powers weio determined to
ameliorate tho condition of Tur
key without breaking tho integri
ty of tho Ottoman Empiro. Tho
Czar had added that United Eu
rope would iniiko tho Sultan un
derstand tho situation. Tho
Temps Bays that thiB speech was
cabled to the Sultan, and ho had
an interview with M. Cambon, tho
French Minister in Constantino
ple. This couforenco lasted three
hours, and shortly afterwards the
Sultan issuod his promises to re
lease all Armoniau prisoners
against whom no charges aro
pondiug, to convouo an Assembly
Continued oil Sth Page,
TROUBLE ON THE BRYANT
MAII.UR THUS TO CIII'.W HI"
And AllrmitlN to Itltinlcr tlir l'lrit mill
Nt-eoml .1lnlo-Ilroiilit ll-r
In I rutin. I
Captain Jack Leo of the 0. D.
Bryant had lots of troublo on his
last voyogo to and from Newcastle,
Now South Wales, with one of his
sailors. Tho man is a hard caso
and has been horo before. He was
one of tho crow of tho Dirigo,
which loaded sugar here a few
months since, but deserted in this
port. He was uftorwards captured
by Captain Harry Evans of tho
waterfront police and was Bhippod
away to tho Coast on ono of tho
sugar vcssols. Ho turned up a
fow months later at Nowcastlo and
shippou on tho C. D. Bryant at
that port. Ho mado troublo bo
foro leaving, after getting an ad
vuuco, aud it required tho united
strougth of seven Australian
police to put him on board.
Once out at sea tho man, whoso
John Pitman or Picker-
in to boss tho shin.
Ho made troublo in tho forecastle
from the start and succeeded in ter
rifying the crow. He then conclud
ed to clean out the after part of tho
ship, starting in on iho burly cap
tain. During the melee which en
sued he got his teeth into ono of
tho captain's hands, biting it
soverely. The two mates went to
the c.iptaiu's assistance and Pit
mnn threatened to murder them.
As a matter of precaution tho man
was finally put iu irons and kopt
under rcstraiut for the balance of
Captain Lee placed tho matter
in the bauds of Consul General
Mills aud until that official de
cides what shall bo done iu tho
caso declined to bo interviewed.
His mato, who was visited by a
reporter on board, also declined
to innko any statomont at present.
Thoro is littlo doubt that the
Consul will send tho man to San
Francisco by the U. S. S. Adams
for trial boforo tho propor Unitod
a cicAPir.n oir auciii:sin.
Suiuo Kxtrm'lx from llm luconn
Suporintondout Eckardt kindly
furnishes tho following list of
patients Buffering fiom accidental
injuries received at tho Queen's
hospital in tho last fivo days. Ho
has somewhat facotiously christ
oucd tho building of which ho has
charge ns tho "Accidental hotol:"
Nov. 19 J. DavieB, fraelure loft
leg. This man is from Camp
boll's ranch at Hoaeae.
Nov. 20 Yitouso, nativo child
4 yearB old, was burnt by having
his clothing set on lire through
matches, died at 1 p. in. Accident
happened at Kalilu.
Nov. 22 Maria Agimar, 8 years
old, Portugueaa from Kauai. Dis
location of right thigh.
Nov. 22 .Too Mai, nativo Bailor
from tho Likolike. Compound
fineturo of loft log and left arm
and scalp wound.
Nov. 22 Johnny Larson, run
over by heavy dray.
Nov. 23 H. J. Bagloy, injury
to left leg by falling into tho hold
of tho Gaiusborough.
Nov. 23 Kalamaikai, Bcalp
wound, caused by boing thrown
oil a horso.
Thr Itoniiu!io C'nrco.
Tho big ship Roanoko, which
carried away tho largest cargo of
6ugar ovor sent out of these
islands, had bad luck with hor
(i it i i
cargo, ion tuousauu nvo Hun
dred bags of sugar, valued at
SS0.000, was found to bo soaked
with salt wator on arrival at Now
York. Tho troublo is said to
havo been caused by the long
passage of ISO days and couso-
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
o.vr. hi'muu i ami TiiiKrr.r.v
i'amx (iv i in: cai,i:mar.
I lie Altunrlli Anlu on Trlnl
! mill I'on.tllio Anm-'xral ly
Jiulffr ! 1 1 Ycrunc ruuVj.
Judge de la Verguo Inn recov
ered from his recent indisposition
nnd presided at tho soat of justico
iu tho District Court this morn
ing. Tho accumulated business
of threo days mado up a calendar
of 113 cases.
Nino druuks woro assessed 3-2
and costs each and one was fined
S3 for boing moro than usually
In the caso of Apaua, charged
with distilling okolehao, lawyers
Kaulukon aud Kaulia appeared
for the defense and tho caso was
set for trial on Nov. 30th.
Kuaialii pleaded guilty of soil
ing swipes aud had his sontQuco
Tho cases of Otto Graaf, A. W.
llowo and Ed. Ilopkius, charged
with carrying on a gambling re
sort, wont over, the first to De
comber 1st aud tho last to De
cember 8th. Tho thirty odd per
sons charged with frennontini! n
place where gambling was going
on alo had their cases postponed
to tho 1st of tho month.
Six Cliiiu S' domino gnmblers
woro lined 810 each and costs and
tho rest of tho two bunches ar
rested were discharged.
Seven Chineso woro fined SI
aud SI costs each for breaking tho
Sunday law by keeping their
Higashi had his Sentence sus
pended on a pleaof guilty of driv
ing a vehicle at night without a
Tung Lan was fined S30 for
having chefa tickets iu his inside
vest pocket and Pahulani $15 for
assault and battery.
Lee Kong was lined $50 aud
costs for opium in possession and
a number of other similar cases
John Ku aud Brito, charged
with fuiiously and heedlessly
ridiug horses along tho public
highway, and thereby ouduugor
ing tho safety of Mrs. William
lloogs, pleaded not guilty, and
their cases were set for trial to
morrow. Tho balance of tho morning
sessiou was takou up with tho
examination of another witness in
the Ashworth liquor caso, which
was then postponed until tomor
Tho scientists of the Unitod
States Fish Commission aro much
interested iu Mrs. B. F. Dilling
ham's oil paintings of Hawaiian
fishes. This lady has completed
ovor ono hundred individual
fishes in natural colors. They
constitute a valuablo collection
and if reproduced in lithography
would muko a most interesting
and handsome souvenir book,
fully equal in beauty to similar
works on Australian birds which
have long since been issued. In
me meantinio tne Aloaiross party
will endeavor to photograph tho
collection, but this process leaves
out the raro coloring.
Tho Portuguese of Hawaii havo
adopted thoir national independ
ence day, Decombor 1, for observ
ance as a holiday. On that dato
all omployors of Portuguese aro
expected to kindly roloaso them
from their labors so that they may
fully oujoy tho festival. Thoro
will bo services in the churches iii
daytime and literary oxercisos in
Tho Platinotypo Pictures by
Mr. HoiiBhaw at tho Pacitio Hard
ware Co. aro tho finest oxamples
of photographic art ovor scon in
Honolulu. Just tho thing to send
away to your friends.
' anil. &'