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Vol. Li. No. 472.
HONOLULU, 11. I., TUESDAY, DlfiOJOMBlilt l, 18.
1'moe 5 Qesavn.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
rubtUhcd evi'ry ilny except Butulny nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywhero In tho Jin-
wnlian IbIiuhIb 8 ""
Fer Year. "
For Yenr. poslimkl to Au.iriiri,
Canmln, or Mexico 10 1
Fer Year, post'miil, other Foreign
Ouunlrlofl li Oo
l'nynlito Itivai'liititr Ailvmioi).
Telephone 2WJ. V. O. Box 8.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
lL,iglt and Serviceable.
Castle h Ocelie
A Week of
The Last of
"The F raw leys."
Thursday Nig lib, Dec 3d,
" Thf? Great Unknown."
Saburday Matinee, Dee. 5,
"All Tho Comforts of
Saturday Evening, Dec- 5,
"FANCY & CO."
" His Wife's Father."
Honolulu : Sanitarium,
1082 KING STREET.
A Quiet, Homelike Dace, whero
Trained Nursea, Massage, "Sure
dish Movement," Bfttlis, Electri
city and I'liyiilcal Training may
r. S. KELLOGG, M. D
Teleiuouo (J.'i'J. Superintendent.
Is iho source of good health,
F tJatMi Purn Etna J.
, Strengthens tho Nerves,
Shaipoos the Appetite,
ttoiuovas thai Tired Fooling,
and Makes Life Worth Living.
any other ail
CoM f-lciiiti st the World's Crest expositions.
tWllt-wnri' of nlu-nii I'liiliitlonx. Tim
iiiiiiiu Ajiji'a SiiirUmi-. i. " ,r n..i I
1 1 t i t on ilic . ,i i r, Mul i.i Mown in
UlU filu'.H ()f I'IK'h liuttlu.
Hollistcr Drug Co., Ltd. i
Bole Agents for tbo Itojiublio of Llnwnii.
iiachn at 'i iik 'iiii:au:k.
Editor Bulletin Tho system
of ruli-B put in forco by Hack In
spector Mncy to bo observed nt
tlio theater do not seem to bo
satisfactory. Ilaekmcn any they
are no good, and tho general pub
lic knows from bitter experienco
tlioy don't work well, llonco
both hiiukmon and tho public arc
dissatisfied. Is it not possiblo
for the combined wisdom of tho
Interior and Attorney Oenoral'a
departments to got up hoiiio rulos
that would Miit tho ease? Evou
Inspoutor Macy's rulos would
work bettor if thoy wore strictly
enforced, which thoy aro not.
Let mo ask him why thoro is
one rule for bucks and another
for privato carriages, and why it
is that tho latter aro allowed 'to
break through a lino of hacks
which have been waiting several
minutes. Or was tho instanco
which came to tho uotico of tho
writer on Saturday ovoniug only
a solitary one and an extraordina
ry courtesy shown to tho occu
pants of tho carriage because ono
of them heppeued to be the head
of the policu department ? If so,
it is well to have the fact known
that ho has precedence of common
Mix Wlfli'M 1'ntlier."
"Ilis Wife's Father" to bo pro
duced at tho Opera IIouso this
ovening, pictures tho half-comical,
half-tragical trials and tribula
tions which grow out of tho fact
that Mr. Buchanan Billings is so
anxious for tho welfaro of hiB
young daughter that ho cannot
bear to leavo her unsupported by
his preseuco, evon after her mar
ringo, on her wedding trip or
oleowhoro. As a reBult, in his
mistaken loving kiudness, ho
mitkesi himself a dreadful nuisance,
and causes all mauuor of trouble.
Finally, being a widowor,ho falls in
love with a fnfaciuatiug widow and
marries her, ami that settles the
trouble at once and forever.
'I ho lloli'l (Jurin in.
About twonty-iivo couples parti
cipated at tho german givon at tho
hotol last evening, which was led
by Dr. Smith of tho U. S. S.
Adams aud Aliss Jones. Mana
ger Lucas had decorated tho din
ing room for tho occasion and did
everything possiblo for tho com
fort of tho guests. Good music
was furnished by an orohestra
from tho National Band, aud tho
affair was a most onjoyabio ono.
Don't Foikjet Upbore T. V. F.
"Tho Very Finest" whiskey over
imported to tho Islands is now on
salo at tho Royal Annex. It's
Scotch and it'a Al.
SOME OF THE PICTURES
YVOIlll lll'A AI'llll!lt or IIAHA1I
Aoiul.tllnit Inn JYmcoliio ,l."ilyiir-
illulilu.H'nrk nruilicr I'nlr
Ono of tho now contributors to
exhibitions of the Kilohaua Art
League is Aire. .Jean M. Fostnr,
and hoi works figure largely in
tho hupoiiority of tho pro.-eut to
formor ones. Thoro is a grace of
finish aud mellowness of tono in
lior landscapes which mako thorn
worthy of prolonged contempla
tion. Pictures adapted respective
ly for both Btrong aud woak lights
provo this artist's versatility in
single lines, which is also reveal
ed by a lino speoimou,of portrait
in addition to landscapes both
Hawaiian and foreign. "OldPitoro"
is tho portrait, tho subject being
evidently a Spanish resident of
California, wearing tho aspect of
the olden days. It is a at rii;ii
portiaituro and properly has a
Mrs. H. Kulloy, another now
rociuit of tho Longuo, has a
varioty or contributions on view
which aro subjuclB of general ad
miration. Yet in tho line of lifo
picturos her best work siuco
coming to Honolulu i- not in the
exhibition. "Natives Fishing at
Low Tide," No.l, aud "Hawaiian
Baby," No. -1, aro attractive local
souvenirs. It is in her iloral
repifscntiitioiiu, lmwevor, llmt
Mrs. Kolloy's work commands
tho greatest admiration in the
presont exhibit. "OryBantho
unmB," No. 82, is magnificent, so
that uono looks udoii but liuuois
before it. Mrs. Kolloy is a
Daughter of Hawaii whoso art
should bo a source of pride to her
Miss Anna II. Parke, after an
absence abroad over tho provious
exhibition, makes a prolific show
ing at tho presont one. Hor
peaceful Hawaiiau landscapes
formerly did her great credit, but
distinct improvement is now ob
served in thai line. Besides, Miss
Parko brinps from tho Coast
many trophies of her brush which
aro gonerally admired by visitors.
She essayB with happy result a por
trait in pastel of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
"Walbridgo's baby, wIiobo chubby
face seemingly gazes back al ono
in infant wonder trom tho Lwa
Miss Millio C. Bcckwith of
Maui contributes two haudsomo
sketches in water colors No. 7,
"Sketch at Kowalo," and No. 38,
"Old Bam at Kowalo." Tho colors
aro cleanly laid on, and thoro is a
distinct Hawaiian air about tho
Miss Bessie F. Fronch shows
many iloral reproductions of ex
cellence, besides a few landscapes
iu different sky moods. Mrs. V.
0. Weedon is tho painter of
"Autumn Loaves," in which tho
maple leaf predominates, its bril
liant glories being well depicted.
Tho sketch has addod interest
from tho fact that tho models woio
selected nt tho homoof tho lament
ed Garfield. Mtb. A. B. Tucker,
in a number of landscapes, pays
special attention to Hanalei, do
ing hnppy justico to that pictur
esque spot on tho "garden isle,"
Othor lady contributors, who han
dle fioword chielly, aio Miss Mary
G. Beckwith, Mrs. Piorro Jones,
Miss Alico M. Bond who paints
views on hor parental estato in
Kohala undor morning light,
Mrs. Dacota and Mrs. B. F. Dil
lingham. Tho oll'oi'b of tho last
named in both china painting aud
Eortrayal of Hawaiian ftBhos have
eon previously reviewed. Mb.
Belle Jones had hor work men
tioned in a formor report, her
"Surf" attracting no Binall amount
of admiring attention from
A. J. Derby, D.D,S., Dental
Dflico Cottugo No, 100, Alaltoa
street, telephone No, GIG. Olllce
hours 0 a.m. to '1 r.w.
SI. ANOIIMI'N JI.IY.
(Vh'lirnlliin al Iho 1'v.llinl l.v Soil
llli ,'lliUllr Club.
From forty to fifty inombors
and vihitors of tho Honolulu Scot
tish Thistle Club assembled in
Tracy's hall last night to colobrate
tho r.tiuivuitfHry of St. Androw,
tho patron $aint of Scotland.
Thoy had a ftnod old Scottish ;
time, as may Oo judged from tho '
lotto wing progiam:
tItumarks Ohiuf W. Wliito
Pi mo Sol. C. U. White
ttug A. Stoddait
Fluto Solo Geo. L. Dull
ToaBt: "Auld Reekio."
Talk on St. Androw T. Black !
(- . V K .
oong ij. Alullue
Song J. Stowart
Song W. Dixon
Toast: "Tho Press."
ResponsaH by W. Iloiaco "Wright,
Ed. Towso aud D. Logan.
Song... ChiiM. A. West
Recitation R. Howie
Song T. McMillan
lb-ailing T. JJhu'k
Song G. Turner i
ltomarks. . . . W.v. Hoe ot bous ot ;
Dooh an Doriiis.
Soug Bonnie Doon. . .G. L. Jall
Auld Lang Syno.
After rofieahuiontB Chief White
proposed a voto of thanks to Mrs. '
lliomas Black, who had donated I
an abundant Btipply of homemade
Hcoues and Hhortbroad, odibles
d oar to Scotch palates. It is
needlcfiB to Bay that tho voio pans-
Ml with most entiiusmstic acclama- I
uoii. oir. jiacji una buowu n , guoo Ubaie Q'AnuUea and Con
lilio liberality on ovary pi ovious i sul -General will hold a rwitiion
occasion since hor arrival from ! at his rosidonco at vjiich IJ tlw
bonnto Scotland. Besides tho i mombors of thy Liibitano Houli-ty
literary and miiHical oxercisoH, ' and loading J'orlugnofco citizens
t'loro was a fine exhibition of tho y.ill attond.
Highland (ling given by Mr. Pig
gott. Iho happy gath.-ruig dis-
liaised at Jlo clock wili tho sing i
ing of "Auld Lung Syno" in a
circlo, Hands joining croshed at ,
tlio lino, "ioo liuro s.a liand, my i
trusy treend, and gie h Ilia hand; Luilana halj is daborili;ly
n' Mtttifi '' Mnuiiru Wvllii fin. I l.l J...J I.. II. I 'A.. . I . ' 1
" .. M...n. .. ..h... ......
lowso won loud applause by
their happy and racy acknowl-
edgmeuts of tho press toast.
Tlio JOolIcc t'uurl.
There was littlo of iutorcst
transpiring iu the police court to
day, although the calendar was a
Fivo drunks paid tho usual
Youg Tuck acknowledged hav
ing chofa tickets iu hi possession,
Sentence wss suspouded to Dec,
4th, on which day a number of
othor chofa fiends will bo tried,
A. W. Howe ploadoi) guilty of
permitting gambling to bo carried
on in his place, His fcenlonco
was also suspended, Tho thirty
odd defendants who had been ar
rested for frequenting n place
where gambling was carried on
had their cases nolle pros.'d anil
were discharged, except a couple
whoso bail of each was declared
forfeited for non-appearance,
lni)iorini( 'Iruil lli'.-d.
A trust deed has been placed on
record from tho tnibtees of the oh
ta(o of Boruico Pauahi BIsliop to
tho trustees of tho Dcrnico 1'auahi
Bishop MuBonin, convnying tho
museum building aud couteuls, a
portion of the ahupuiiii of Waipio
known as Royal Patent 7o'2i), and
!;SU,()UU iu Ilawniiau Goornmotit
And healthy bodies are a fortuno
within themselves, Money can't
buy them, thieves can't steal
thorn, but having them, nil enu
proservo them, by drinking;
Rainior Beer. It's brewed of
finest hops nnd malt and is abso
luloly pure, On tap or in bottles
ut tho Criterion Saloon,
I.IIMTANp IIAt.l. AMI
til.AllOltAII'l.V 1II.XIK IJ1II,
IIpmiiIIii Ml I lir J'urtiiKiicM- Atw 4
MiUd' foiiliilit-l.ilt'rMri' hikI AIiol- '
i-iil 1'roKi-ulii Jlil AUi'tM.oiiu. ,
Jjhis jb ,the uroat ,doy Kit ihel
year for the porluguuse XJolouy, libi? tmuMMt: Utt 4y hiak
it being tho anniversary of Ote ib jhU g Jr mJ &
restoiation of tho iudj)on4uoe , lmy imim td ffjmtm tm tint
of Portugal in 104U. 'J'Jb uA 1'u.vttk MA -uimrf. TUtr io
bratiou commouced at 5 o'oloct wjjom iww&iUtlii cnlh Moiiyi
this morning with a gathering of .or the exjAftt ctmkihUA nl In
tho members of tho Lubituna ymAntn iifJUminAfu. Hcn-v uuA
Society at thoir Jioll to wjtuofcs
tho hoisting of tho Portujjuie
colors ovor tho Jiull und ut iho
At 1) o'clock tho Mxiiol)', to
gothor with a Jaro nuiobor ui
Portuguese citizens, mutuhrxj jn
nroaossiou from tho iiull to the
Catholic cathedral, jjeaded by
thoir baud, whero u hwui 'JV
Doum was hung aud a nmi'i&ani
letter lead. Tho itbiijl
handBomuly ducorutod for tho oo
casion und was crowded w He ut-
Al noon a halulo of tv fitly -otm
guns was fired in tho grounds of i'J wj of mlwon. in ff in
the Lubitaua bocioU, nud at JJ j vuuvt. Jt vm by erncnuf thu.
o'clock a program of musical and tUm in the emvktr na- that the
Jitoraiy oxorcbios in the imll v,n o;)i vu diwhtml. 'I'httrM ckm
commenced. 'J'iiix uill ni'iium I v,utu mtirl'l u-itl, i.. n,.,,ij ,.t
morit of the aftBrnooii.
Commonoin at uUtlwk In ilm
nvoning, thoro will bo u ijI
illumination of the Poituuo
nuartur and a display of jiiouoik
at tho hoadipiarbTx, I
Fiom 7 to 10 oVIock tho J'orf J
'J'ho comiuflUio in hnr of lh
celebration consibbi of Mvmhh. 'A. ' abovo. btlawnud on all niilr. Up
A. Gonsalvus, J. . Coll, J. I fill 12 o'clock tho diWetintf
Costa, J. M. Cmm Jr., .l.ilAol th cancn yfeMwl itiO cans of
Gomes, J. M, JWroira nnd V,
. nui;oiuieu ooiu juwioo mm oni nun
Alapaj stroot in IJjo vfrfuify in
i birung with na. TiMHlrwleMH
coming into town xinco arjy
morning Jmvo Uuuii vrowlwl with
Porlugijoo and thoir ffjmjlh'fc,
Workof all J'.inilHiHHiJspend.Nlnnd
mo j'ouiigijow) f.niwiiH of llono'
Julu aro making a day of it,
Christian Gurl, mid Anna
Oo.rl. Jmvo appenlwl from tho
verdict of ojoclmont obtained
against them by Mrs, Maria J.
F, Sylvester, gimrdian of
Patrick Gloason, minor, accountH
for receipt of gJW5(J,70 and n
balance of 211 ,85,
Judge Carter has approved tho
accounts and ordered tlio dls
charae of H, W. Kahiikinl. admin
! stridor of tho estato of Kahulu
Drew, Kane for petitioner; AI-
goon for helra,
The Mickey divorce ease is still
on evidence before Jiulgo Perry,
f,ili;o l,ii Viiiv.ru,
At a meeting of Lodge lo I'ro
gran do I'Oooanie, F, and A, M
held last evening the following
olllcers wore elected lo aorvo for
the ensuing term;
(J, M, While, worshipful mas
ior; Geo, A, Davis, senior warden;
J, Sherwood, junior warden; B,
Norton, orator; D. Dayton,
treasurer, nnd K. A, Williams,
Hocrotury, Other olllcos will bo
filled by appointment at the in
stallatlon, which lakes place next
City Carriage Co,,J, fi, Ami.
ratio, malinger, It you want n
Imokwilh good horno nnd ouro
f ill driver ring up Telephone 111),
corner of h'ort and Meruluint
Hi'ticU. llaelc at all hours,
LARGE HAUL OF OPIUM
IVI'MI ;uvis ' Tlti: Uifcll.
yi - $.i C tf Awtfn rewr J ll'fllj
tliW t Yw MiuT' r,
tUr tMplti r.
liij,wmm mim J 4o e'wUct
Hutiohu, vilU a ituwter A tn4ht
the frtiiahi lnul'A Itow tlf H. rj.
1 Blount IsAamqq from Portland,
Jrou, vliPH thv ktruek n rich
liiiuo of opium, Urr iwijorfau(
in tho fmst that iu Uiic iuettmcn
tJif titiifworu retort, "IMnv Ui
wAnly," did not wfin to he in
TUf di-ifj4t ui tutrnijmmi
with h foaixl jn a futtt-igH'
fwwt of utMjin U ihh Whiiton
!m Onofuiuy. "thurn wore J8i
(uuan of vnwkiirx, tu&do by thn
yoruawx jtunytnr LkJtnmuv, arifi
IIMI ,.t. ..t ...I . l ..
Urjoiin Ihttin buying from the
WnHhiuou YvA Conifmay.
hvM byv U Mamo of that
I mur in tho marking i-ymbol.
'. tAmmilh thfe hum of mm firm..
hii it waafin.ftn ordor of 3. '
Sarhmlo lor fn e,tnei tht the
t'Jir v(m found.
i'iuih aim: rontaiiiod four tin
of eruelusrH of ditTimnt variclioK.
GuJy in ln: tHHhicruvluir contain
ut watt Wwrn opium found, each
tin Unviuu o;n liilf pound can of
opium connciiliii by cracker
worth, at 810 a noiind.
it hhould bo mciitioiicii
tht Iho craokor canon wens (
f i ....
i njiori in doiivory. Iboro word
i Mill about JW .. of tho whole
I conhiginnrnt of crackers, beside
tli mUnini, to bo otaminod.
lunula of on ff tho soda crack-
h,r tint on top wan a card bearing
in bluo poimil on ono side tho
U'iffuii. "won. wnat do you
moan V" and on tho othor Hide the
iinm "Jionry Roevos." This ii
beljeved to le a cipher communi
cation, Upon information sworn to by
JiHpoclor Schmieden, a warrant
was iHHiied for tho arrol of S.
Lowdon, Donior partner of tho
Wiwbingloii Kcotl Company, for
Hninggling opium. Ho was ar
rested by police officer Needham
and at tho station was released on
1000 bail, The entire consign
ment of goods is liable to confisca
-...! 1.1H II i
tion according to law. for such
h largo lot of opium, with norlmps
more to como forth, tho dividend
of reward for the customs officer
wil' he handsome.
Mr, Loudon, on boing spoken,
to by ii Ui'M.mN ropioHontutivo,
disclaimed all knowledge of tho
opium. Personally ho did not
attend to tho business with local
firms, that boing traiinacted by hid
partner, A .L.Morris, Ho positively
denies any connection with tho
importation of opium, and Una
had no reason to believe that (ho
Washington Feed Company wan
implicated iu the unlawful trallle.
Ili'Iiorlcil lo Mn In u I,mi Con
illlliiii, It is rumored thin afternoon
that United Slates Ministor Wil-,
lis is iu a critical condition. Ho
has boon confined to his bod for
uomo days, aud thoro aro sorioua
apprehensions concerning him.
lircninij lUdhl'w 7tlcpcr monlfc
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