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Vol. II. No. 475.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1890.
Pkioz 5 Cents.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every duy except Sunday at
210 KIdr Street, Honolulu, II. I.
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waiian Islands 8 75
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TERRIBLE CASE OF
Mm. K. Wjn'rl, of Port Komi, West
Ulmlmnrsli, So. Australia, writes of
ilto and comlitlon of lior little ilnugli
,tor, wluuo iiirtrnlt nho nlu sends!
"My (laughter was afflicted with
I'ecniii of tin' most aggravated
tipi. The tlihoaso llrst appeared in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
began to f.ill out, anil in spite of
tho bust medical advice aim tieat
luent she grew steadily worse. Tho
fiores were full of matter and weru
extremely nuVnilvc. Her eves be
caino affected, anil she w'as, in" truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
wero erv 8)inpathetic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded me lo trv Ayer's Sarsa
jurilla, and I am most thankful to
bo able to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health. She has now as
good a head of hair .is anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,
nml she is u Ann ghl of eight years
with overy prospect of growing un
to bo a strong ami healthy woman. '
Cold Medals at the World't ChlH Expositions.
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Bole Arceutfl for tho Republic of Hawaii.
A Week of
The Last of
Saturday Matinee, Dec. 5,
"All The Comforts of
Saturday Evening, Dec. 5,
"NANCY & CO."
By n Steady Voting Man fort Miin, a situ
ntiuu iu a wIioIcmiIo or retail house, or as u
hum or storekeeper on u plantation. Hun
had tweuty-oigUt years' oxperiouco. llest
of reference! furnished. Am ready for
work. Who wants my services? Address
' WM. MILLKN,"
471 lw Bulletin Offlco.
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10S2 King Bticet.
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DOINGS IN POLICE COURT
Arioiixi.v (iim:iim. iiainks
a Nroitti i:x ir.it.
W.tiiii 'onlnt Krlnrni I'rnareiitloit
unit IK-li-li. lu Opium
In tho polico court thia morn
iiig a uollo prosequi roliovtkl
Yong Poon from tho necessity of
defending himself on the chargo
of opium in po8soBsion,audha wns
similarly fortunate respecting tho
charge of breaking tho gaming
laws. Fivo othor OhineBO wore
let off by tho prosecu tion on tho
Yong Tuck and Youg Chong,
for having chofa tickets in pos
session, pleaded guilty and were
each fined $30 and costs. A
native was let off for profanity
but fined for drunkenness.
The cases of S. Lowden and A.
L. Morris, charged with smug
gling opium,vero called. Attor
ney General Smith appeared in
porsoji to prosecuto, ami Thurston
& Stanley and G. A. Davis for
Tho Attorney - Gonoral wanted
to havo both cases tried together,
but was strenuously opposed by
counsel for tho defendants. Tho
argument was long and quite
warm on either side.
iludgo do lu Yoigne decided
that tho cases should bo tried
separately, whereupon the Attor-noy-Gonernl
moved for a post
ponoiuont. IIo had propared
to prosecute tho defendants
together, and therefore was
not properly equipped for mak
ing out tho Government's
cabo against each apart. Mr.
Smith further intimated a possi
bility that tho Republic might on
deuvor to have tho cases tried be
fore another tribunal than that of
tho Distiiet Magistrate, on whoso
cul.'iidu. ihuy now appeared.
Mr. Thurston strongly opposed
the postponement, but tho Judge
set tho trial for tomorrow.
Delinquent toxpayois aro be
foro tho court this afternoon.
Information lor Tonrlits.
A passenger by tho last Colonial
steamor wns mot ou tho dock by
a Milesian American friend, who
resides in Honolulu. As tho pair
waited to havo tho newcomer's
gripsuck scrawled ovor with chalk
marks by tho Customs Inspector
at the gato tho stranger remarked
to Mb friend "Do you 'ave much
rain 'oro ? " Rainieu mo boy,
gallons of it, just como up to tho
Anchor Saloon where they keep
it always, clear and cool. AVe'll
just bo in time for lunch too and
that's tho only placo in town
whro they servo it up in proper
stylo with a glass of Rainier
Benito oquilibrializo tho solids
Caretaker Groeno had tho plea
sure of decorating three desks iu
tho Interior oilico with flowers
on this date. Thoy wore Hiobo
of Mnistor J. A. King, Chief
Clerk J. A. Ilassingor nud Olork
Edwiud Boyd, who each passes a
milobtono in tho journey of life
this morning. Tho Coinmisiouor
of Census was not interviewed
about tho figured, but a good
guess would bo (53, 5!) and 20
years respectively, in tho abovo
older of names. Tripleplated
congratulations tiro tendered tho
gentlemen by tho Bulletin.
All oxecutivo session of tho
QuoeVa Hospital Trustees wns
hold this moruiug. .Under tho
new charter President Dolo has
appointed Mr. F. A.Schaeferas
vice president of tho corporation,
ho himself boing tho pormanout
president, as tho sovereign was
under the monarchy. Mr. Sohaofor
has been fornmnv vears tlin faith.
ful secretary of tho trust. His
successor as such will bo elected
r.tlha annual meeting in January.
THE GREAT UNKNOWN
AxoTiinn i'ini: co.tii:nv n Tin;
One of the Mirer! Iloimc ofllio Sen- uic rlro (Invo liic.rnioii.l- Slim
on WUiirxH a Nnlpinllil I'crfor- nii,...i i..-...i..,.h.... i, ,..,..
Last night the Frawley Com
pany produced tho well-known
comody of "The Great Unknown."
'1 Ilis piece, whieh has been so
successful in tho United Statos, is
on adaptation by Augustin Daly
of a Gorman farce. Tho central
idea iB that of a woman who neg
lects her family lo becomo a great
literary light, and tho play iB
taken up with showing how they
miglit go to ruin without her
guidauce, and also in convincing
her that her first duty 1b at homo.
Tho plot iB nousonsical, hila
riously direct and uucomproniiB
ingly comical and its development
furnishes abundant amusement
for tho audience.
Tho company was at its best in
this production and tho piece was
generally voted ouo of tho most
successful yet produced by this
Following is tho cast of charac
ters: Mr. Jeromiah Jarraway, rather
a large-sized Mouse, likewise
a somewhat full grown Moth,
but offering a lively illustta
tion of two familiar fables
Mr. Harry Coison Clarko
Ned Dreamer, "Cousin Ned,"
who wont away a Methuselah
ond returns "a Daisy
Mr. Frnnk" Worthing
Tho O'Dounoll Don, with a
proverb for ovory occasion
Mr. T. Daniol Frawley
Tom Prowdo, iu tho musical
linn, with n pouchant for his
pupils. . . . .Mr. Geo. W. Leslie
Patrick, an indispensable in tho
Mr. Wilson Enos
Twittors,inontor nml guide to tho
Mr. George Bosworth
Etna, "Lusns Nntuiae," com
bination ot mouBo and puss,
no other specimen known to
exist. . . .Mirb Blanche L. Bates
Pansy, her sister. Miss Hope Boss
Mrs. Arnbollu Jarraway, tho
felino articlo of tho proverb,
who returns in season to
catch tho frolicking rodents
Miss Madge Carr Cook
Aunt Penelope, n protecting
angel as well as an avenging
spirit, and taking a deal of
enjoyment out of both
Miss Phosa McAllister
Shirloy Munkittriok, her niece,
a young widow with histrionic
Mile. Agatho, Arabella's com
panion Miss Alice Pixloy
m:v ikiai. iti.rusKi).
l'ow er ofn Jury Iiellurd In 11 Ccrtnln
Jildgo Caller has filed a written
decision ovor-ruling tho motion
of defendant for a now tiial, in
the case of Joseph B. Antono vs.
Richard Antono, who bear tho re
lation of son and father to each
other. A verdict in favor of
plaintiff for S1S9 was rendered,
for cattle wrongfully con
vortinl to cash. Tho Judgo
IioUIb that, "In an action of
tort, whore tho Avroug complained
of ia proven, and tho minimum
and maximum of valuo of a olasB
or kind of property is given, the
jury nro nt liberty p assess tho
damages at tho maximum figure
provided thoro is no more dofinito
evidence of yaltio." G. A. Davis
for plaintiff; Cecil Brown for de
fendant. Wall, Nichols Co. aro tho solo
aud exclusive agents for Finuoy'a
Hawoiian Directory. A supply
waB dolivorod to them today.
Peoplo ou tho othor islands who
wish a copy can secure ono
promptly by addressing tho abovo
THE GOFFEE SITUATION
lwuuon or i.ow iiti'i:s nif.
t'iuuiu:i iiy F.vii:itis.
Iroiu Hi.. V....ii. Mi-' Ui..,ri.
Tho folloqfin&articlo from tho
American Grocer of recent data is
submitted to tho Hawaiian coffeo
The &op of 18S)(J-97 is a do
moustratiou of tho oxtont to which
n period of high price? has stimu
lated production. Tho area do
votod to coffee has been rapidly
extended in Brazil, in Central
Amorica, United States of Colom
bia, Venezuela and Mexico. Coffo
growing iB a profitable industry
whon cofl'eo sells in New York at
pricen considerably below a basis
of 10 cents for No. 7 Bio. At
the prices of tho past fivo years
planters havo been, recoiving
It is apparent that wo havo on
tered a period of low cost. A do
clino bus taken place of ovor 5
cents por pound iu tho cost of
Brazil sorts, and tho qupstion is
whether this fall iu tho prico lias
fully discounted a supply largely
in oxcess of tho world's require
ments. The answer will bo found
in the estimated outturn of tho
1S97-93 crop. If that is up to or
abovo the average supply, then
thoro is a chanco for lower pricos.
If tho next crop is to bo light iu
Brazil, it would seem as if the
present basis was near bottom.
Messrs. W. U. Crossniaii it
Brothor aro very closo students of
tho coiroo markets of tho world,
and 8 how their faith by their
works, and 'generally tako tho
public into their confidence by
issuing i circular giviug their
views. This they havo again tlono
under date of October 23, estimat
ing an enonmlis crop in Brazil
for 189(1 97, viz , a total export of
not loss tliuu 8,000,000 bugs. This
ib a tutiil far beyond the yearly
average for seven years, ending
Juno 30, 189li, of G,Gf7,28(S bags
(332,781 tons). In 1891-92 Brazil
exported 7,207,000 bags, aud it is
certainly not unreasonable to osti
mato that tho exports from tho
largest yiold on record should ex
ceed tho shipments of 1891-92 to
tho oxtont of 733,000 bags. Brazil
has furnished 51 por cont. of tho
world's supply. On that basis tho
cropB of 1890 97 will aggregate
14,814,800 bags. Crossninn & Co.
estimate tho total crops at 14,000,
000 bags, based on a minimum
Brazil yiold of 8,000,000 and 0,
000,000 for othor countries, or
about 500,000 bags abovo tho aver
ago crops of the post throo years.
Tho total delivories in Europe
and tho United States for fivo
crop years ending Juno 30, 1890,
were 54,077,97(5 bags, or a yearly
averago of 10,935,595 bags.
Hard times curtail tho uso of
coffee, especially if priceB rnlo
high. There haB been no in
crease iu tho deliveries ot coffee
worthy of noto sinco tho advent
of high prices, ua tho following
tablo of deliveries in Europe and
tho United States shows:
Total fivo years . . 51,077,97(5
Yoorly averago (013,-
270 tons) 10,935,595
Tho abovo shows tho Btoady
uaturo of the world's lequiro
monts, whioh is subject to other
thau crop infiuouces. Hard times
and high cost cut down tho de
mand. With a return of pros
perity, tho United Stotos should
incroaso its consumption of coffee
otloast 400,000 bags.Last year tho
dolivorioB foil bolow 1891-95 hero
and in Europe, but to slight ex-
Continued on ',lh Piuje,
i'iiocm:iinis at i:.ti;tia hall
Tl.c I'm I ii mi KlmlrrcnrlFii to lie 0icn.
oil Next W orli Hoirtr Oiiiintlnim
anil iNiw .Hi'IiiIi-tk.
Tho regular monthly meeting
of tho Board of Supei visors of the
Free Kindergarten Association
took placo nt Queon Emma hall
this morning at 10 o'clock, and
much interest was manifested in its
affairs by thoso proaont.
A donation of $250 from Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Cooke was repott
ed, togothor with one of S10 from
Mr. Mouteaglo, and tho thanks of
tho board voted thorefor.
Tho secretary stated that sinco
tho last annual meeting, hold iu
October, sovouteon persons had
joined tho association as annual
members. Anyono can becomo
an annual member upon payment
of tho usual subscription.
1 mil,. :-i ...i i
Alio iJtruiui cumiiuiiut) appoint
ed to prepare a suitable memorial
to the government in the matter
of tho proposed now park at Pa
lama reported that tho samo had
boon duly forwarded and a reply
received that tho subject would ro
ceivo consideration bb soon as pos
sible. The matter of furnishing tho
now Piilamn Kindorgarton,
brought up for discussion by Mrs.
Win. G. Irwin, was arranged for
and tho school will bo oponed next
During tho morning MIbb Law
rence gave a very interesting talk
on methods of Kindergarten
Among thoso who wore presont
at tho meeting wero Mrs. S. B.
Dolo and Miss Hopper, who havo
lately returned from an extended
" All tlin Comlorls ol' Ikonip."
Tho attraction for tho matineo
of tho Ftnwley company at the
opera houso tomorrow afternoon
is "AH tho Comforts of Home,"
which, as overyono who has had
tho good fortuno to seo it will tes
tify, is funny vory funny, and
fairly revels in thoso ludicrously
absuid and amusing situations
and sterling complications with
which ovory comedy written or
adapted by Gillotto abounds. Tho
story wherein ati impocunious
nophow is by a jealous uncle loft
in chargo of a palatial residence
whilo the undo is traveling on the
continent, and which residenco is
by tho aforesaid nephaw advertis
ed to lot, with "all tho comfortB of
homo," and rented to all sorts and
conditions of odd peoplo, is as
simple ns tho rule of three. But
the faBt and furious fun that arises
therefrom and tho lovo-making
ongendorod thoroby keep tho au
diouco oither in hearty laughtor
or amused expectancy as to what
will como next.
Tho oxponsos of tho First Cir
cuit Court term just onded wore
Paid Hawaiian jurors .... 000 00
Paid Foreign jurors 490 00
Expenses minder trial. . .. 183 00
Interpreters nnd steno
graphers 79 75
Total 1352 75
Tho last itom docs not include
850 for interpreter in tho murder
trial, that being merged in the
(iiMiiil Army OUIcor.
Goo. W. Do Long Post, G. A.
R., hold iis annual moctiug hibt
night, olecting tho following offi
cers: P. 0., R. J. Groeno.
S. V., John N. Wright.
J. V., Sam MoKoaguo.
O. D., W. F. Williams.
Quartormastor, W. L. Eaton.
Chaplaiu, Win. McCandloss.
Surgeon, N. B. Emerson.
Officer of tho Guard, Urband
DEPARTURE OF EX-QUEEN
takis iMViUii: is .sn:A.usini'
CHINA FOK NM FKANCIMCO.
Urcnt nrirlo to llonoln'it lliU
Uliiriiliiy; I'roltHlily Hone
lo ,lliol Knliilnnl.
Until px-(juei'ti Liliuokalani as
cended tho gangway of tho Pacific
Mail steamship China, fifteen
minutes before that vessel sailed
for Sim Francisco this morning,
probably not moro than a baker's
dozou of the inhabitants of this
fair capital know anything about
that lady's intended journey.
Nover has a secret of such interest
boon bolter kept in Honolulu.
From different persons iu position
to know tho ox-Quoou's intoutions,
it is lenruod that sho has had a
foreign tour in her desires for
several months past. One in
formant had it tiiat Liliuokalani
was going to Book chiingo of air
and scene at Oakland, California,
and possibly leave the Goldon
Gato aftorwanl for tho lovely
shores of Tahiti beforo returning
Mr. J. O. Carter applied at tho
Custom House for three passports
nt ten minutes past nine this
morning, handing in the names to
?bo insetted therein db II. M. Li
liuokalani, Joseph Hololuho and
Mrs. Kin Nnunoleliui. Ho had
engaged beitha in blank for tho
pai ly samo days ago, and yester
day afternoon handed Mr. Suhr
of 11. Hackfeld it Co., agents of
the line, a memorandum of tho
names. Mr. Heloluho has been
tho business agent of tho ox-Queen,
and Mrs. Nahaololua is one of her
noar lndy friends.
Liliuokalani drove to the steam
or iu a hack, having first called on
Ptesidont Dole, it is boliovod out
of courtesy and to thank him for
tho full pardon under which sho
was granted entire poisoual free
dom of movement.
A few minutes befoio tho steam
er left, Major Potter, secretary of
tho Foreign Office, arrived and
presonted Liliuokalani with three
Foreign Office passports, which
oho courteously accepted.
Hon. Samuel Parker wont out
in the pilot boat to seo tho ox
Queen off, and wish her a final
godspeed on her journoy.
All sorts of rumors wero evolved
from tho surprised imaginations
of tho populace, as to tho object of
the journey of tho distinguished
voyager. Ono was that 6he was
goiug on a secret mis
sion for tho Government. This
ridiculous surmiso has its quietus
in the fact that nobody was moro
takon by Biirpriso by tho news
than tho members of tho Execu
tive. Another curbstono theory
was that Liliuokalani had a com
mission to, in somo unexplained
way, sottlo tho Japanese question.
What npproaohed tho zone of ra
tional thought was that tho depos
ed sovereign of Hawaii was going
to moko a last-appeal to President
Cleveland to rostoro hor sover
eignty. What was tho most readily ac
coptod opinion of intelligent peo
plo wits that Liliuokalani wont
away to meet hor niece Koiulani,
under tho monarchy her constitu
tional successor to tho throno.
Where that young lady is at pres
ent is not discovered with cer
tainty, aud possibly her aunt's
quest of hor may extoud to Eug
land or tho continent.
At all events tho ex-Queen ia
gone from tho sceueB of Iiol
former dominion, and tho Bulle
tin wishoB hor health and enjoy
ment and a safo roturu.
Don't Forget Ushers T. V. F.
"Tho Yory Finest" whiskey ovor
imported to tho Island is now ou
salo at the Royal Annex, lt'u
Scotoh and it's Al.
"All the Comforts ol Home,", an
exceedingly funny comedy, is tho
attraction for tho maliueo tomor