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Vol. III. No. 588.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, APRIL 19, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Snndny at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. J.
Per Month, anywhere in the Ha
waiian Islands 8 75
Per Year. B 00
' Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, ether Foreign
CountrloB...., 13 00
Pnynblo'lnvarlnbly In Advnnco.
Telophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
take Aycr'9 Cathartic Pills, and you
will sleep better and wake in better
condition for the day's work. As a
pleasant uud eueclual remedy fur
constipation, blHouEuess, sick Iliad
acht, and all liver trouble,
have no equal. They ore surjar
coatcd, and so perfectly prepared that
they cure without the annoyances
cxicticiucJ la i'je u3iof so many of
the pills on the market. Ask your
When other pills won't help you,
THE- PILL THAT WILL.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tho Republic- of Hawaii.
Oil WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
April 21 and 32, 1897,
filicli UrtTiveetla, SuI'.iugH, liuckskliiB,
Kanignrns, Doeaklns, Trousering,
Herges, Flanuela, Llneu and
r-ty Himlj Pnltolioilp,
btllltlllh, IjlIlillH", lJcii
im-i, Culioii", Kle.
Also, New Dress and Fancy
Goods In Large Quantity.
ing, Shirts, Stockings,
Sheeting, Blankets, Quilts,
Towels, Cutlery, Boots and Shoes,
Wiili - Sewing - Machines
On n Liberal Credit to the Trade,"
-AT TIIK 6TOUE 0Fi9
Von Holt Block, King Street.
HC. Q. BIAJEIT,
J0IJ Fort Street.
Jcvelsr and Vatcljmaer
tM" Having bought out the entire
took of J. E. Gomes I am prepared
to furnish First-olas Jewelry nt rea
WalclimiilDg wi Repairing a specialty.
icerNutlvo Work of nil kinds. Also
Architect anil Superintendent
RSfe. Oflioe: 30f) jrt Htrcot,
Sproukola' BlucU, Hoom fl,
, l -" Jl- -v r 131
THE MARKET FOR SUGAR
ontiuim;;,i, d.cham;ed ami
m:i:rs ,nr, li.KTitATiNU.
Arrltnto uud llpnrlurr In Hie Nuunr,
I'lrrl tirmiulntril tiiiicnr Firm
nt Fire Olim.
From Castlo it Cooke's luteat
circular letter ou the Btato of tho
eugar market up to April 10 tho
following is extracted:
Centrifugals roiuaiu tho same,
viz 3;c: with but ono sale reported,
15,UUU bags spot on' tho 5th ltm.
Granulated Tho price in New
York is unchangod -1.5G cts.
whilo in San Francisco it is 5 cts.
Buots havo fluctuated a littlo as
tho followiug quotations will show:
April 5 ..9s
" C 8sl0id
" 9 8s 9d
Sugar stocks the following aro
tho closing quotations ou dates
April 5 SllOg S101?
G 1103 101?
7 Ill" 102
8 l 102$
9 113.i 102J
Bice wo givo you tho following
Hawniiuu 4 J cts strong.
Japauoso 4.10" "
Arrivals lmvn been the W. Q.
Irwin, from Honolulu on the 7th;
II. O. Wright, for Kahului on tho
7th; Fred E. Sander, for Hono
lulu on tho 8th.
Vessels on the Berth It. P.
Itithet, for Honolulu, no suiting
date given; Irmgard, for Hono
lulu, no sailing date given; S. O.
Allen, for Honolulu, advertised to
sail on tho 17th; John G. North;
for Honoipo, advertised to sail on
the 10th; Santiago, for Hilo, ad
vertised to sail on tho 12th; Mary
Dodgo, for Kahului, no sailing
Tlckel. 1'ree lor Lndlc lint Hvr.i
boily Jln IInft Tlckclt.
Tho arrnngemonts for tho Mas
querado at the Hoalani boat house
next Friday night aro progressing
favorably. A number of ladies aro
planning to go in parties without
escorts, out thoy nro requested to
obtain tickets from ono of tho
committee W. E. Wall, C. 13.
Giuy or F. B. OaL Tickots for
lntlif'H an rninTilimnntftrv. nr
clmrgo, to presont at tho door.
uuuiiomou can purcnaso tiouots
from tho sumo committee. It is
intondod that all attending must
presents tickots at tho door, as no
coin will bo accepted. Maskers
will have to bo identified bofore
ontoriug tho building. Tho lady
and gontluman that tako tho most
intcrost in costume and character
will not regret thoir trouble.
Plenty of accommodation for all,
masked and unmasked. Every
thing is being done to mako th
alTair a success. Grand march at
Itt'ilsinttloii 01 llr. C'riwiiu.
Tho ltov. John A. Cruzan, D.D.,
is no longor pastor of tho Olivet
Congregational Church. Ho tend
ered his resignation to tho Board
of Deucons on Saturday last. On
Sunday morning, at tho closo of
tho sorvico, a business mooting of
tho oougregatiou was called and
tho resignation accepted. A un
animous call was oxtouded to tho
ltov. H. T. Shoppard. Mr. Shop
pard docidod to becoruo the pastor.
Dr. Cruziin has retired from tho
Olivet Church in ordor to dovoto
his at Ion lion to "Tho Paoiflo," tho
CongWKritioiml organ of this
Coast. Mr, Hhoppard was a ohms,
mnto of the ltov, William Jtndor
nt Andovor Tlioologicnl Boininary.
Tlmy gimluatcd from that inatitu
tlon in lb'J I . ixitminor.
MAKIKI U.OIU:atKN MKOI'ND.
Mnlciliriil ol ltrrclH anil FXienll
Hiroi. lur Iiiiproroiiiciil.
Tho amount reqnirod for pre
paring a cricket pitch on tho Ma
kiki recreation ground, with othor
improvements' was JG0. Thus
far S29.C0 has beon col-!
lected as follows: Honolulu
Cricket Club membors, $15;
F Whitney, Frank Spoucor,
WTMousarrat, L B Kerr, WG
Ashley, E D Tonnoy, J B Ather
ton, G P Castle, W A Bowen, $1
each; W W Hall, Chns Girdlor, D
F Thrum,. T W Wintor, W O Lack
land, M M Scott, J A Oilman, T
EWall, HArmitnge, O B Gray,
E'O AVhito, GO conts each.
Thus'? far tho committee has
expended $49 as follows: La
bor,' $41.50; water, S2.G0;
tools, express hire, repairs
hoso, etc., 85. Tho committee
consists of A. M. Howott, W.
Thompson and H. Herbert. Ex
cellent work has beon douo on
the ground, and anyone willing to
make up tho small balance, in
which the fund Is still deficient,
can find Mr. Howott at W. S.
Luce's auction looms.
ItAVirr N HAWAII.
Tliv lrlll T.cndrr I'or Ailiit-xulloli
! tliv I'minl tili'R.
Chicngo, April 7. Miohaol
D.ivitt, thu Irish loader, who js in
Chicogo on his wny to California,
said in an iutorvinw to day: "I
think tho conduct of this couutry
in tho matter of tho Hawaiian
islands has boon most reprehen
sible. It should by all means
unuox tho islands. Tho pooplo
with tho oxcoption of tho Japa
nese part of tho population dotiro
it, and it is shameful that it has
not been done. There aro three
Japanoso wookly papers in Hono
lulu, all of which aro constantly
urging tho islanders to put them
selves under tho protection of
Davit t aud his family will start
for California to-morrow. Ho will
return to London iu about threo
wcoks, loiiving his family at his
wifo's old home on tho Pacific
Cojst. In an intorviow Mr.
Davitt declared J hn Dillon tho
groatest louder Ireland has ovor
JCitcli I'lecv I.cuUer.
When Mr. Silva of tho Tomplo
of Fashion docidod to close out
his business ho como to tho deter
mination that tho only way to do
it quickly was to offor a discount
ou the first cost. After considera
ble figuring ho camo to tho con
clusion that ho could ailoid to
disposo of the ontiro stock at
a discount of 25 per cent on tho
actual cost. This mnkes every
picco of gpods a leador. All goods
aro marked in plaiu figures and
you havo an immeubo stook to
solout from. Don't be misled, for
Mr. Silva is holding tho only
gouuino closing out salo.Intcndiiig
to pcimauoully lelito from busi
ness ho can well uiford to sell be
1 11 m
Jilorriuv In .tiulii,
Frauk Lillis, tho haokmau, was
arrested last night on tho chargo
of boing a gross cheat. Tho ar
rest was in conBoquonco of a raid
made by tho police ou his pre
mises, vhoro a quantity of mo
lassR3 aud poi was found in opium
tins. W. P. Morrow is also want
ed by tho police, boing implicated
with Lilliu. Tho men aro sup
posed by the polico to bavq boon
manufacturing fictitious opium
for fraudulent purposes. Although
several officers havo been looking
for Morrow all day thoy havo not
yot located him.
Captain Ilolor, late imito of thu
German ship II FUlado, has boon
appoiutocl mnsterof tho bark J 0
11(1.. ..- .,ln Sl....ll.. 1,'
uuijui, viuu uiijiuiiit X'lllliuuvur.
The (Undo arrived at Cork from
Han Francisco and tlionco wont to
Bremen, when) hor 'tweiiu ilooku
1110 lulii( llttcil o riucoiniiioilnto
250 piihHi nijL-rrt.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
qrtsmi.v 01' jiminnioTioN .sui
ti,i:ii iiy MJi'iti:un covitr,
An.vvrr Inn .llntlcrtif Hie HocTriulf
MuiiKtilt uf nn A.li;iic'
Judge Porry rondorod au orul
decision granting a nonsuit iu tho
caso of J. F. Colhurn, assignee of
II. F. Poor, vs. California Feed
Co. Au appeal was noted by
Tho Hawaiian Pork aud Fuck
ing Co. by its attornoys,
Magoon & Edings, answers tho
complaint of E. C. Wiuotu,
saying that the plaintiff euppliod
the company, defendant, with 235
disoasod hogs that died, which
were worth S1751.8G at the valuo
claimed by plaintiff, also that tho
freight and expouses on tho dis
eased hogs, togothnr with sacrifico
of sound ones ou their account,
amounted to large sums which aro
stated-a total of $1141.07 am)
besides the plaintiff received back
tho carcases of the hogs that died,
and tried lard and greaso out of
thm to the vnjae yf S'Wi
Judgo Whiting is author of a
unanimous decision of tho up
reiae Uourt, Justice lroar unci
Cirouit Judgo Carter, substitute,
sitting with him, on un appeal
from a docisiou of Chief Justice
Judd upon a matfor of commis
sions iu tho Bishop Estate's an
nual accounts. It is decided that
under the Judiciary Court no tip
peal lies from a Justico of tho
Supromo Court to that Court. Al
so, that tho Chief Justico had no
jurisdiction in tho mattor wherein
this apppal caso arose. Noither
tho Supinme Court nor a Justice
thereof nt chambers has original
jurisdiction in probate and equity.
Kinney it Ballou for appellant.
Henry Smith, muster, has filed
his report on the accounts of Es
tate of H. A. P. Carter. Tho re
ceipts as ropbrted woro $72,479.70,
and payments $71,763.21, aud tho
master makes slight corrections
of statements and commissions.
Judgo Perry on hoaring took
assumpsit caso of Houry Huka
vs. Waololo under ndvisomout.
Kuno for plaintiff; Magoon for
The petition of Theo. C. Porter
aud E. D. Tounoy, administrators
of tho ostato of tho l.Uo M. Gold
berg, for approval of accounts and
discharge waB hoard and taken
under ndvisomout by Judgo Perry.
S. K. Aki, nil min islntlor of tho
ostato of Pilipo Kukimilo, portions
for ll'a0 tj r II Kill wJ1-.
iilaxim; iiAsts nj; 1:1.01 !:-.
Turlte llundriHl noll.irsfnrOunI.il
Hit Opcia Clnnk .
A cablo messago was received
by tho Columbia Theater nianago
inoiit recontly announcing that
Mr. Frawloy had loft London for
A letter was also recoivod from
Blancho Bates iu which she
rapturously describod hor first
impression of Put is. She was so
carried away with tho excitements
of 1'nrin that sho purchased an
opera cloak costing $1200 to
further charm hor bintnib of this
hemisphere. She invested in othor
clothoB to tho extent of $1000.
Mr. Friodlandor assorts that tho
Frawley Company reorganized
for the season of 1897 will bo tho
leading dramatic organization of
'1'itiu WHlkar'n t'nt.
No chargo has yet beon mado
against Tom Walker, who shot at
John Emmelulh last Saturday.
Wulkor is still iu jail and will 10
maiu there until his preliminary
examination. Ho is still in a
nervous uud uxcitablu condition,
Marshal Brown said at noon to
day that Wulkor would bo charged
with assault with attempt to com
mit murder. Thorn will bo no
trial in tho lower court, only a
priditiiiuuiy lioui'tnu. uhi'h will
j r jlmblj imiiii uiy Wju.uii. u.
the victim i;NCAri:s winr six 11
ANI .nu.NKV M'lIULr.
Jti-tkn llcnrntli n (Ircrnnuud Tire
Uciii(iillun to Ilcdlrntliiii-Sul-
cliU "f Kx-Jiidxr lliillli'l.
Lahaina, April 17, 1897. Tho
day was very ojipressivo in the
heat and dustiness of Lahaiua's
anciont town. Justico was to be
administered and there stood tho
courthouse in tho glaro of the
midday sau whilo the mugistiAto
looked looked and felt and
doeply pondered, and this is what
Lj aa-.v; Without, aud not far
away a banyan treo, a truly mag
nificont giant, shedding a grate
ful Bhado around. And then ho
felt its shade essential to his
peace of miud, for ho was sitting
boneath its shadow. And had ho
not read of justico being admin
istered undor tho shade- of forest
trees- iu that cusotho jury sat ou
logs. Would not justico bo morn
temporal with mercy if his Honor
was cool and undistrossed by
stre33 of woather? His Honor
tlinual f it tvo f,', iud ''""id'. 1 '.
render his decision on tho spot.
Prisoner, officers, iutetpieif r.
witnesses and barristers uue
summoned to his presonco and tho
case proceeded, with all formali
ty. AVhat matter if a few, seaUd
where suurays broke through
the leaves, wore thoir lints on
their bonds 1 What mattor I Was
not justico done? What place
moro fit than a court of naturo's
providing undor tho uunyuu's
waving branches? All wore
pleased with this "natural"
departure from uncomfortable
custom all except prabaL'.y the
prisoner whom his honor sen
tenced to two months at hard
labor. It was remarkod that tho
prisoner took his senteucoucoolly,"
undor the Bhado of tho banyau
On Friday night a Japanoso
storekeeper wn3 waylaid by high
waymen on a lonely portion of
the road between Lahaina aud
Kaanapali. He was returning
from tho latter placo, whoro ho
had gone in n wagon to collect
money owing to him by planta
tion laborors; thoy having boou
paid off that day. Ho was attack
ed auddonly from bohind iu a
novel mannor. The men cropt
quietly up from behind and lassoed
him arouud tho neck,pulling himoff
tho cart. Thoy thon proceeded 'to
search him. llis violeut struggles
rendered it not an easv job. Fail
in" t" IW"1 nnMiiirt Hm HTM it'qg
relo-isod. Jumping uiio his wotion
iiu whipped up Ins horso and
drove to Lnhaina, about two miles
uway. lie foil mcousoious when
ho reached homo and it was somo
time before ho could rolate what
had occurred. The man, Yugi by
namo, had at the time of tho at
tempted robbory eighty dollars,
tied ?n n. 'inn''kornJ. f nrnun'l h'a
neck, aud ho is now compliment
ing himself on his lucky escapo
of a serious loss aud a broken
nock. Ho has not yot rccovored
from tho effects of his rough treat
ment, nud so far has failed to
identify thoso who mado tho as
sault. The fact of the lasso beiug
used would indicato thoy woro nn
tivo Hawaiians. Tho sheriff is
now invostigutiug tho mattor.
Among tho arrivals in town aro
tho Bevs. Dr.IIyde, Dr. S.E.liiBhop
and S. L. Desha, Prof. Alexander,
D. D. Baldwin and othors. Thoy
come to attend tho church nrinio
Word hns jnst reached horo by
tolophnno that W. H. Dauiols,
formorly Judgo Daninls of Wai
luku, committed Buioido at 5 o'clock
this evening, tho 17th, by shooting
himsolf with a revolver, No cause
is us yot aligned for tho act,
City Carriage Co,. J. 8, And.
rado, inuiingiir, If you want u
haok with good homo and enro
(uldrivor rhm up Tolophouo llll,
I r.ut Hiul Mi)viMii
Hack ut all lio'im,
FRESH AMERICAN NOTES
iitAin tit- a ioic.m:i: oii'miii.
'Iilul rrli ill llilllf.lili ln-
Miiiho Lull- l:lclluii,-llriil
In .Siiur iradi.
There is great activity ou the
part of tho sugar trust to import
largo quantities of sugar before
thoonnctmont of tho Dingley bill.
Tho new battlo ship Iowa did a
triilo belter thuu the Oregon on
hor tril trip, says the San Fran
cisco Chrouiclo. Hor maximum
speed was 17.41, whilo that of hor
Western Bister was 17.31. Wo do
not know what effect difference iu
coal may havo hail on these rec
ords, but the Iowa uevortholess
gots tho broom. All Americana
will bo proud of both vessels,
which bo far stand unmatched
among foreign war ships of tiro
General Dyor, Republican, has
beon olected Governor of Ithodo
Island by a pluralitv of moro
than 10,000 votes.
Minors in Alaska are threatened
witu starvation, l'lonr is $1 a
pound at tho diugiugs.
C'irter 11. 11 iriiMm, Democrat,
Iiir i.t-ou rlectiM Major of Chica
go. His.falhor was murdered a
fow yenri? ngo whilo holding the
Aftor William J. Bryan had en
ded au nddiess to n crowd of 3000
peoplo nt St. Augustine, Florida,
April 8, there wns a rush to tend
er him greetings. Tho piazza on
which ho was standing gave way,
forty feet of its length falling to
the ground. Among a score of
persons hurt, the silver orator
himself was picked up uncon
scious. His injuries woro not
Among presidential nomina
tions confirmoll by tho Senato nro
those naval promotions: Captain
H. L. Howisou, to bo Commodore,
Commander C. D. Sigsbeo, to be
Captniu; Ijioutouaut- Commander
E. G. Pendleton, to bo Command
er. ltov. Alfred W. Martin, pastor
of tho First Free Church at Ta
coma, is at swordspoints with the
Ladies Musical Club of that city
bocanso they refused to admit a
colored lady us a member. Some
time ago ho refusod to lecture for
the club on that account, and now
the fight is out in tho opon.
A Salora, Mass., dispatch of
April 8 says: Stophon Henry
Phillip3, formerly Stata Attornoy
General and at ono time Consul
to Hawaii, and later adviser to the
I'-.a j! H.i.vuii, died at hio homo
today, aged 71 years.
A late S. F. Chronicle says: On
account of tho largo number of
vessols arriving from Honolulu
with sugar tho refinery is ovor
stockod, as it 1ms just startod up.
Soveral of tho vessols aro about to
follow tho load of tho barkentiuo
S. C. Allen, which has gona along
side of MUsiun rock for bufo
mooring, as it will probably bd
threo weokB bofore she can dis
charge hor cargo.
A Washington dispatch of April
0 says that ltoar Admirals Buuce
and Iloardsloo, respectively com
manding tho North Atlantic and
tho North Pacific stations, aro to
bo roliovod, aud present indica
tions aro that Commodores Mont
gomery Sicard and Goorge Dewey
will succeed them.
Andrew J. Garvoy, ono of the
Tiimiiinuy ring thieves, died nt
Southampton, England, Apul 5.
When tho ring was prosoouted h
gained his liberty bv turning in
formor, und retired to England
with his stolen wealth,
Tho dooth is nunouncodof lion.
Stephou 11. Phillips, a former At
tornny - General of Hunan, in
180(1 ho nccoptod an offiir from
Knmohuinolm V, to loavn Mutfn
ohusotlH and hooomo Atloruev
tiunnrnl of tho islands, AfUir (lie
Legislature of 1872, iu wliiuli J.
O, Oailor wns a iiminlittr, he m
Higueil uud l' I n 111 ii to M.i.tuU.u
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