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Vol. II. No. 482.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1896.
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- iixiiEi) static. .
Qovornor-oleot Mount of. India
na has sternly interdicted any
"tomfoolery" at his inaugural. lie
willhavo nothing but a public ro
ception whore everybody will bo
welcome. Nothing that will savor
of "aristocracy" will be have, when
tho common people of Indiana ato
struggling for a livelihood.
A Western gold mining com
pany raised $40,000 in Chicago to
develop its plant by issuing stock
through a bank for $200,000 with
a dividend of 8 percent guaranteed
for ton years. Tho bank withheld
$160,000 of tho proce. ds of stock.
A hundred families of Milwaukee-
have been laid low, Home cases
being serious if not critical, by
eating bread poisoned with arse
nic. Tho bread came from O to
The Chicago beef trust is liablo
to bo ovorhauled by tho grand
jury. The Armours, Smith, Mor
riH and other big men aro in
volved. The Parkhurst Society of Los
Angoles, Gal., are waging war
ngaiust saloon mon for keeping
open after hours, policomen for
frequenting saloons and haunts of
vice, and keepers of such places
for selling liquor without liceuso.
Albert Aroueon, theatrical man
ager, Now York, died on the 14th,
aged 48 years.
There aro groat floods in "Wash
ington State, boiug worse than tho
Tho projected transpacific lino
from San l)iego to tho Oriont is
declared to bo no fiction.
Colonel John It. Follows of
Now York is seriously ill.
Captain Win. Jioll, prominent
in the early history of San Fran
cisco, died on tho 4th at Sau Di
ego. Ho was 75 years of ago
and was born iu Iioaver eouuty,
Pennsylvania, May 21, 1821. In
1852 ho came to Sau Fnuicisco and
became a shipbuilder. Ho wug
ono of tho original vigilauco com
mittee. Moses I. Allen, son of II. K.
Allen, died ut Mexico, Missouri,
of stomach trouble, which began
with his boing seriously hurt
while playiug football some timo
A match for SjOCO a sido has
been mado bolwoou Thomas Ste
vens of Kentucky and a vicious
ton months old bear cub. Slovens
is to bo provided witli a hunting
kuifo with a four inch blado. Tho
battle is to take- place Christmas
Minister Coopor of Hawaii has
mado a friendly call on Secretary
Pi evident Cleveland wrote a lot
tor to Governor Duild of Califor
nia, interceding for commutation
of tho death fioutonco of Salter D.
Woidon, the train wrecker of tho
railroad siriko. The President
was moved by a letter from Word
on'h mother whom ho remembered
as a happy wife many years ago.
Noithwestoru University girls
of Chicago aro wild becauso tho
young men of tho class of 1898
rallied for them for purtners at
tho annual class purty. Sweet
hearts were divided by tho fortuuo
of chance. StrangerB woro brought
togother without oeromony. Young
women received calls and invita
tions from young men thoy dis
liked. Tho girls declare they will
novor, never Bubmit to such an iu
diyuily. iiViiiriarniteAllrYiffii llfilittiriVrt
Hugo Poison, Chicago, a sprig
of nino yoara, broke into a Boliool
noiiso unci turned on tuo wator i
hydrants. His object was to atop
school keeping a whilo bo that ho
could go Bkating and it was a sig
nal success. But ho must toll his
Golioolmatos. They told tho toach
ors oftho freak, f hen tho police
wero informed, and Hugo had to
go to jail.
Mrs. Kondig, a fashionable wo
man of Chicago, is to wed Angelo
Farroll, hor traveling companion
and valet, when hor year's mourn
ing for Kondig has oxpired. Her
dead 'husband was a lawyer and
capitalist, who gave her lnoaqs to '.
gratify every whim. Slid ia 581
and ib childless. Farroll is G2 and
has grandchildren in whom bIio
haa alwaya taken deep interest.
Ho has traveled with Mr. and Mrs.
Kondig for eighteen yoara.
TUG TT.XAS ALL IUGIIT.
Navy dopartmout oilicials aro
annoyed at tho repeated publica
tion of statements to the eilVct that
the Texas is uuseaworthy and iu
othor ways defective. Thoy say
as soon as tho repairs now boing
made are completed sho will be in
Bhapo to render as ofiioient ser
vice as any vessel iu tho North
TO PIIEVENT OEItJI DISEASES.
Dr. Thomas Powell of Colum
bia, Misnouri, claims to have
learned how to treat tho human
system so as to render it impor
vjoiihj to disease germs. As vac
ciuatiou prevents smallpox, so his
diseovvry will ward off scarlet
fever, coubiiniption, diphtheria
and oory other disease caused
by germs. Dr. Powell has enter ,
ed into an agreement with Cali
fornia capitalists by which a sani- ,
tarium will bo erected iu Los An- ',
goles and experiments boguu.
REBEL RAID WITHIN SIGHT
SOUND OP HAVANA.
Havana, Dec. 4 Tho Bituation
aorosB tho bay is very grave.
After several attacks within the
week on Guanabitcon, tho iustir
gouts today entered that city.
They drove out tho Spanish
garrison mid fet fire to tho city.
The sound of battle was heard iu
Havana, and tho glare of tho
burning buildings seon. Largo
bodies of troops havo been dis- '
patched to dislodge tho rebels. .
Guanabitcoa is situated on a
hill, two miles across tho bay
from Havana, and six miles there- I
from by (lie road connecting the '
two cities. It has t!0,00() inlmbi- )
tants and many beautiful build-
ings. At ono time it was the I
fashionable resort of tho people
SMAltT AJIE1IICAN KILLED.
Major Dana Osgood, ron of a
U. S. A. oflicor, was killed whilo
commanding a robol battery at
the taking ol the town of Guimaro
from the Spaniards. Ho was a
Cornell and University of Penn
sylvania student, a luilliant foot
ball playor and allround athloto.
WOUNDED SPAXIA1UH AitUIVE.
Passongers at Koy Webt, Flori
da, from Havana on the 4th say
that a tiaiii with f00 wounded
Spaniards arrived beforo they
loft. It was not kimwu what bat
tle they hail been injured in. A
rumor was current onthostieeU
that another garrison of Spaniards
had deserted over to Maceo with
thoir arms, ammunition aud stores.
These paeseugois also brought
accounts of tho fighting ucioss tho
bay, saving tho insurgeuts killed
throo soldiers, captured a captain
and fired several houses. They
lost five killed of their own men.
UECltUlTINa IN THE STATES.
A man calling himself llau
Bomo, claiming to bo an agont of
the Cuban junta in Now York
city, said nt Donvor, Col., ho had
no troublo in securing fifty names
there, and that companies had
boon sent from a number of towns
in Kansas, Missouri and other
Continued on 10th l'
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IT WAS WON ON A FOUL
NIlMtKKV WAN KNOOItKI) OUT
uur ivi;n the fight.
1'h infill or llio Ten Tliollnnllil
Unllnr l'tir.e Moiprd by nn
Ordrr of Court.
fight in Sau Francisco, ou the
night of December 2d, drew out nn
attendance of 15,000 peoplo at tho
Mechanics pavilion. The fight was
for a purso of $10,000, to bo givon
to Sharkoy if ho succeeded iu
standing up for ten roundB before
hi8 bigger aud lankier Australian
antagonist. At the ond of tho
eighth roundSharkoy was knocked
out, but was givon the fight on tho
claim that the knockout blow was
a foul ono, being landed below
tho bolt. The roforee, Wyatt Earp,
who is well known as an old Ari
zona tough, awarded tho purso to
Sharkoy,but Fitzstmmous' backets
havo stopped tho payment of tho
certified check representing it by
ni order of court. The claim of a
foul made by Sharkey is substan
tiated by Dr. Leo, a physician who
was called to attend him imme
diately afterwards. Tho tetdimouy
of tho physician will probably Bet
tie tho case, should the Superior
Court decide to hoar tho matter, a
poiut which was yet to bo deter
mined. If otherwise, tho referee's
decision must slaud.
Throughout tho first eoveu
rounds Sharkey fought with won
derful pluck aud eudurancp. Ho
was plainly handicapped by tho
greater height and longer reach of
his more scientific opponent but
had stood tho punishment man
fully. Tho vitality of tho pugilistic
mariner wan displayed to great ad
vantage in the seventh round, ap
parently without any signs of tho
sound drubbing ho had got in tho
provious ono. Ho went right at
his man, and although ho wrs un
ablo to l?.nd any effectivo blows
oyer his long uruis, ho kept peg
ging away, and by sheer persis
teuoy lauded several jaba on tho
head and a fow on tho stomach,
though ho ovidontly hurt Fitz
worso by the clinches nnd tho
hustling he gave him than by tho
weight of his fist. Tho fact, how
ever, that thn sailor at that stage
of tho gamo should display such
pugnacity and bo still bo strong
on his legs was regarded as con
clusive proof that ho would pull
through tho ten loutids. Filzsiin
moiiB seemed to bo somewhat short
of breath, ami nobody expected
that the end of tho light would
come as quickly as it did in tho
oighth and final round.
Shaikoy enmo up vory fresh,
and the battlo was lesumed as
vigorously as at tho ourly stages
of tho gamo and on exactly tho
samo lines. All at onco, after a
hot rally iu tho centor of tho ring,
when Fitr.siinm.onB was turned to
ward tho press stuud, tho sailor,
who had previously caught it in
tho jaw with both IiuikIh, went
down. It looked as if in tho
rally Fitzsimmons had hooked
him on tho chin, though it was
impossible to toll from tho lepor
ters' position exactly how it had
Ah tho sailor in his othor knock
downs had been almost immediate
ly upon his teet ovorybody ex
pected that ho would got up with
in tho ten seconds' limit and ro
sumo tho battlo. Instead oE doing
so, however, he rolled over and
uith an expression of intousopain
on his flue gifoped his gioin,
ovidontly dusiiiug to indicato that
he had been struck foul bolow tho
bolt and badly injured. Tho usual
hubbub which occurs under such
circumstances at prize fights im
mediately took placo. Sharkoy
was taken to his corner aud sur
rounded by his assistants. Tho
polico invaded the ring.
AllOUT THE 11ETTINO.
Tho hotting at Corbett's resort
was heavy. The total amount put
C( 'ii"v v yh !'a"'
, ..it.! , wify&M6- tdi
hOfflK V HIE PLACES TIIKY HAW
Tljflr Hiiliici:iitrrlHliiiiiPiit Han Hern
Pruditrvd In Lending Tlip.ilrin ol
On- Old nnd Now World. I
In conversation with Bomo
metnbors of the Montague-Faust
company at tho Hawaiian hotel
this morning, a Bulletin repre
sentative was .surpriaqd at tho ox
teat of their tiavels unci tho num
ber of prominent theatois at
which thoir unique entertainments
havo boon produced.
For tho last few years they have
been touring the Colonies, whoro
their success has boen so groat ns
to lead to a Btay much longer than
thoy had any intention of. During
this tour they played at the
Theater Itoyal and Princess's
theator iu Melbourne aud Hor Ma
jesty's and tho Lyceum theaters
iu Sydney, as well as all tho prin
cipal theaters iu smaller cities.
Previous to their tour of tho
Colonies thoy played a Reason of
twelve months at tho Folies Ber
giores in Paris and a shoitor ono
at tho Hippodrome in the Bame
city. From Paiis they weut to
the Walhalla theater, Berlin, for
a three months' sea-on.
Tho home of most of tho mem
bers of tho Montaguo Faust
trnupo is iu Loudon, Eugland,
whoio they have played numer
ous engagements at tho Alhambrn.
They have a well established ropu
tation throughout tho United
Kingdom, gained iu the best
theators and music halls in tho
country. "Iu fact," said Mr. Ted
Faust aB ho bade tho reportor
good bye, "wo only show in tho
beBt places and you will know
why after yon havo booh our on
A luiirl'rmntcr on tlio Allium Piitan
Ililllct Tliroiiuh Ilia ChcHt.
This morning botweeu i) and 10
o'clock, a quartermaster on tho U.
S. S. Adams, shot himself through
tho breast with a rillo ball, aud
now lies between life aud death at
tho Queen's hospital. Tho man
received a uoto from" phoro this
morning, and after readiug it en
tered the littlo arsenal just for
ward of tho entrance to tho cap
tain's cabin, took a rifle from tho
rack, placed tho muzlo over tho
right nipplo and fired. Tho ball
passed clean through tho man's
body, coining out of tho loft
shoulder blado but misbiug tho
heart. After passing through tho
man's body tho ball went through
tho arsoiial door, narrowly missed
tho orderly who was btandiug out
sido, passing within an inch of
his temple, aud imbedded itself in
the deck above.
Surgical assistance was at onco
on hand from both war vessels
and overy thing was done for tho
unfortunato man to alleviate his
sufferings. At 11 o'clock it was
deemed best to tako him to tho
hospital, and ho was carefully
conveyed thither on a stretcher by
a number of his comrades.
Tl'o motivo for tho deed is sup
posed to be disappointment in
lovo matters. Ho was paying
conniderablo attention to a young
lady in this city whom ho visitod
last night. It is said she had
agieed to come ami see tho vessel
oil" this morning, and that being
unable to do so sho tried to tolo
phouo to him. Tho wiio being
discouuectod, sho was uuablo to
do so, and sent him a uoto in
stead, after reading which ho at
tempted to take his life.
Tho man's name is given as
Clancy or McGlanoy. Ho Iibb
boon transferred to tho roster of
tho Alort, to which vessel he will
bu attached should ho recover,
which is regarded as extremely
ii' j, -s
JAS. B. CASTLE RETURNS
TEI.I.S HOW II C SlT.vr A PIVR
'People of Clip I'nttrtl Stole An-l.
aim to Know All Aliuul llnmill
The Chd1- and Annexation.
Collector General- Castlo was
ono of tho returning paesongein
iu the Australia yesterday. In
conversation with a Bulletin re
porter this morning Mr. Ca9tJo
said ho was much improved in
health and had enjoyed his trip
imraonsoly. Most of his fivo
montliB' vacation had been spont
in tho country districts of Massa
chusetts and Now Hampshire
Tho last three weoks of his stay
iu the Eastjhowover, were spent ih
Boston, whoro he met Minister
Coopor aud party, who wero 'tho
guests of tho city, nnd was invited
to participate with them iu seeing
the city. He speaks in the high
est tcrniB of the hospitality shown
tho HawTiiians by the Boatonians.
Questioned regarding tho an
nexation outlook, Mr. Castlo fiaid
ho could say very little that would
bo of interest. There seemed to
bo a very general desire through
out tho United States for more
information nbout Hawaii, its
population, resourqps, financial
condition and industries, and
wherever ho wont when peoplo
found out ho was from Hawaii ho
was kept busy uiifworing ques
tions by tho score. In general, ho
thought, the peoplo of tho Eastern
portion of tho United StateB favor
ed the annexation of tho islands,
but ho had no means of knowing
how or when tho matter would bo
brought beforo Congress.
The Nntlonal Hand Ira Out nil ITu
"I did not know thoro woro bo
many peoplo in Honolulu," was a
frequent expression heard ou tho
verandahs of the Hawaiian hotel
last ovening during the subscrip
tion concert givon by tho Hawaiian
National Band, which may bo
said to bo their first public ap
pearance since their return from
tho United Slates. Tho hotel
grounds and streets in tho viciuity
j wero erowdetl with people, and tho
vory largo percentage of nativen
present showed that tho old band
still letaius its hold on their alloc
tions. The playing of tho boys showa
a marked improvement, resulting
of course from tho constant prao
tico nnil instruction they havo
received during their lour, al
though thoy wero laboring under
tho disadvantage latl evening ot
thoir leader's absence. In fami
liar pieces, bucIi as the selection
from tho "Bohemian Girl," thoro
was a vory marked and favorable
Tho coucort waa a graud suc
cess and overy nu mbor was ap
plauded. Owing to the length of
piograin only ono eucoro was ac
cepted. Mr. Sam Parkor, who interested
1.: ir : i : n. iv . .1
iiinihfii in miiMiin iiiu auuir a uu
t uncial suecebS, collected about
6.5UI) lor the baud, which will
prove most acceptable, as most of
tho members aio in reduced cir
cutubtancos. ii:a;m i. nn: sourji m:an.
A siiiio(l Murderer on MU VCny (u
Nun I'rmiclkCo. '
Sydney, N. S. W. Decombor 3.
Two porsoua who mysteriously
disappeared rocontly aro believed
to havo been decoyed into tho
bush uudor pretouso of prospect
ing for gold. It ia feared they
wero murdered, and thut others
mot tho Bamo fato. Ono body has
boon unearthed nt Linden. Sus
picion has fallen upon a man now
on tho way to San Francisco. De
tectives aro following him up, and
ho will bo arrested on arrival