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Vol. III. No. 593.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATUItDAY, APHIL 24, 1897.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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is tho soil in which roots life, health,
strength, happiness. Tho soil of tho
blood Can Ubuu.iiu'd in impoverished
liko any other soil, and can be fertil
ized and nourished in nidiiiilur way.
You can get back tho oul spring and
snap. You can ciijy labor by day
and Bleep by night. You can cat
your food with tho
of health, if you only supply tho
blood with its lacking nutriment;
vitalize it, .or If ynn like, fortiHrn it.
A largo number of so called tonic
remedies are disguised stimulants.
Ayer'a Sursnpniill.i is not a stiinu.
hint but a nourishment. It feeds
tho blood and so enriches it, as well
as purifies it. That is why physi
CswAiti! of ImHutlrtna. Tlie nnmo Ayor'a
6nraiiparllla U prominent on the wrappvr
od h'own la lit rU ot each boltlo
AYER'S PILLS FOR INDIGESTION.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for tho Ilepnblic of Hawaii.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
EC. G. J3TAJRT,
404 Fort Streot.
Jeweler ar,d Yatcrimacr
' Hitvlni; lnuiulil out tho entire
atock of J B. (1 'iiifx I am rnp r-(l
to furnl-h First olasn Jewelry ut reasonable-
Valite-iDz anl REpairlCi, a Spec:alt7.
HaT N'invt Work nl all kinds. Also
"NV i re OniHiiiHiiH.
Architect and Superintendent
KSl. Ofllco: 305 Fort stroot,
ByrockolH' Block, lloom fl,
h::.lani yacht and iioat ci.im
KtoitE a rmu.upir.
tienrly u Iluudrrd 1'i-nulo In Con-
iuiuo Much i;Ickiic ami Vnr-
Icty J.lat of Hunker.
Last night's masquorado ball
of tho Healnni Yacht aud Boat
Ohib came off in delightful style,
well exeeoding tho most sanguine
expectations of tho inanugomont.
For the tiino of four dances masks
were kept on by nearly a hundred
promenaders. There- wore few
duplicates of characters assumod,
oxcepting in tho cqbo of a largo
party of uniform dominoes, but
this waB really a feature of unity
Mirny of tho costnmos of both
sexes wore elegant in a high do
preo. Mr. Phillips mado n great
hit by narrowly escaping ono of
tho ladies' piizes. His dross was
a modiste's dream. Mrs. Board
man wore a gown sixty years
old, recalling tho fashion of our
grandmothers' days. It was of
rich silken stuff, and was sur
mounted by a inautua in keoping.
There was n general ao
quippconco in tho decision
ot the judges, although many
thought Mr. Moore's ropresouta
tion was worthy of an award.
Fancy was tho prevailing charac
teristic of the cosluming,but thoro
were a few historical allusions.
The first book ever printed in
English a treatise on the gamo
of chess was illustrated with
chebaboard diagrams on Caxton'a
costume. Mr. McChesney made a
grand Uncle Sam. But spaco will
not permit particularizing further.
Cake, iced Russian tea and
lemoundo wero available on tho
boat floor throughout the evening.
Tbo Quintotte club furnished ex
cellent music for dancing. It was
clobe on 2 o'olook this morrJing
when the pleasant event ended.
Among thoso prosont bosides
the maskers were noticed the fol
lowing: Mr T F Lansing, presi
dent li Y & li C,uiid MisLuiising,
Miss J King, Mrs Peuhullow,
Mn-s Grjco, tho Missos Smith,
Mips J i.es, Captain Mikkels.in,
Clin's Weight, Juinoa Spencer, Mr
Mikkels'in, MrTruvis, Mr Osbomo
of II II S TV Id Swan, Bert Peter
son, C K Hyde, II G Morse. Cap
tain uud Mrs Wticden, Frank
Wcodtn, Miss Bertha Smithies,
H Levy, Fruuk Sheehau, Mr Day,
Harry Wilder, Judge Perry, Miss
Perry, O F Horrick, Mr and Mrs
H K Gares,0 von Ilomro, Mr and
Mrs John Luoas, W H Coney,
B IngelHlieo, J McKay, Mr
and Mis 0 B Reynolds, G H
Gere, Mrs R Weir, K
B Porter, It W Shingle.
Miss bloggott, Mr and Mrs F
Kiuger, Aiiss H Wicke, Mr and
Mrs Gartenberg, J H Drew, C F
Sehermerhoiu, Miss Long, J
V Wiuter, Mr aud Mrs
Wngener, Vr Rawlins, Mr and
.Mrs Vieriek, II S Ewing, .Mr uud
Mrs J W Pratt, Misses May and
Margaret Roberts, W H Bough,
Edwin Paris, Miss II Wlcuo, Mrs
Fied Turner, R D Bronsou, Cap
tain and Mrs Taylor, Oiiiitain
Balcer, Ciiptiiin und Mis. W. B.
Godfrey, Mrs Ledoror, G plain
uud Mih Calhoun, Miss P.irmeloe,
Miss U'ilholm A H Juckson,
Messi-H Ttiolliii-r nd Stiwoll, O S
H l.owny, M 83 Lizzie Wicke.Mrs
IlrriB, Mis PattHison, Clms
Crane, Mr and Mrs J S .Martin,
Dr WT Monsiirrat, Mrs Zib.iftz,
Mrs Kay, Mr und Mrs J MortOut,
Mm H W Soliniidt, J A Low,
O A Davis, Fnd Dnuoii, Walter
K Wnl', Geo il Pans, Mr and
Mn-JMMcCliodncy.iind H Poiihal
lotv. Below is n full list of thoso in
Mrs G E Boarduian, Dross of
CO years ago.
Mrs Sunders and MisuNeill, tho
Miss Weir, Night.
Continued on 6th 1'aye,
MOST HORRIBLE AFFAIR
ATiMii'rr.ii nu it ot. is ANn smctiiK
IN JAI'AKKHE TOWN.
Voiiwii' Tlirout Cut Truin i:r li, f.Br
uud tho Jinn IIMemliuucleil
llulli MiT I ' If.
A most horrible ocourronco in
Japanese town was brought to
light a little before 9 o'clock this
morning when tho polico wero hur
riedly summoned to a house on
tho cornor of Pauahi and Mauna
kea street in response to a tele
phone message from Dr. Kobaya
shi. Captain Parkor responded
in person, taking with him two or
three officers. On reaching tho
locality tho officors went to a room
in the second Btory of tho Japa
nese lodging house on tho south
comer und directly opposito No. 5
Engine House, whore u horriblo
sight mot their eyes.
Stretched across the bed was a
Japanese woman with her throat
cut from ear to ear. There wore
two distinct cuts, ono extending
clear across tho throat, the othor
being a semi-circular wound under
tho chin. Tho woman was cover
ed with blood from hoad to foot
and entirely unconscious. Iu ad
dition to the horriblo wounds in
tho throat tho womau was cut
about tho arms aud body, the
wounds being too numerous to
mention. Two Japaaeso doctors
wero bonding ovor tho womau aud
sewing up tho wounds in her
In another part '51 tho room
Dr. Kobayashi was working ovor
tho body of a man who was also
cut up in a fearful manner. His
worst wounds were in tho abdo
men and through them tho intes
tines protruded in & horrible way,
making a sickoning sight that
turned oven the polico captain
faint, used as ho is to thoso sceuos.
Besides the wounds in the abdo
faen tho man was also badly cut
about the arms and nock. Tho
man waB perfectly conscious,
though at times suffering severoly
under the doctor's manipulations,
and said several times that ho
did all the cutting aud that a man
named Tetsumura was the causo
of the affair. Ho gavo his name
as Himai, and said the womun waB
his wifjo. Her name was Okatso.
After getting what he could out
of tho man, Captain Parker ques
tioned Dr. KobayuBhi as to how
be came to bo called. He suid
that a little before 9 o'clook a man
named Santos had rushed into his
office, telling him that two people
had been murdered. Ho called
two other Japanoso physicians to
his assistance and at once went
with the man to the room. Santos
was still about tho house aud was
soon found by the polico. Inter
viewed by Captain Parkor, he
told tho following story:
"Between 8 and 9 o'clock this
morning ho was sitting iu a house
on Smith street noar Kaumaka
pili church when Tetsumura
came in and told him there had
been tronblo in Himai's room
and for him to go down aud seo
about it. As he was a friend of
Himai ho wont down at ouco. He
found the door looked and knock
ed and kicked agaiust it. It was
opened by tho womau who stood
beforo him with tho blood spurt
ing out from tho wounds in her
throat. Without saying a word
Santos turned and ran down the
stairs, mukiug Btruight for Dr.
Knbayashi's office, ou Beretatiia
stroot. That wus all ho knew
about tho mattor, except that thero
had boon trouble between Himai
and his wifo, who too freely ac
cepted tho attentions of Tetsu
mura. Ouptain Parker lost no ttmo
iu hunting up Tetstunurn and
soon hnd him behind the bars.
Ho had not boon questioned at II
o'clock, uud is held to await fur
thor investigation iu tho oaso,
As nothing more could bu done
Captain Parkor plaund a guard
over the house to kenp out tlio
ourioiiri crowd which Jlouknd
around and left the doctors' busi
ly engaged iu their ghastly work.
Dr. Kobayashi stated that he
did not seo how it waB possible
that either of tho victims could
survivo thoir wounds.
At noon police captain Hooka
no roturuod to tho polico station
from tho houso with tho report
' that both tho wounded pooplo
were resting easily and doing as
well nB can be oxpected. No de
finite opinion could bo givou aa to
tho chances of their recovery.
:.t iay PAitrv.
To n 1Ivpm liy tho lllonnrr Next
Ntturilitjr ut V. a. CuKllo'i.
Ono weok from this afternoon,
tho Glenuors will welcome nil
thoir friunds to a May Day lawn
party, on tho cool and spacious
grounds of Mr. and Mrs. W. It.
Castle, cornor of Victoria aud
Kinau straots. The usual admis
sion fee of twouty-fivo cents will
be charged. Thero will bo soven
booths, ns follow a: fancy articles,
candy, tea, Boda water, soap
bubble, flower, and refreshment.
Tho ilowor booth will ofTer May
baskets as a specialty. Children
of all sizes aud ages will bo invit
ed to join tho blowing brigade at
tho soap bubble booth. Five
conts will secure a pipe.
IJabies' dainty things will bo on
sale at tho fancy table, while the
babies theiuBolvos will bo ono of
the greatest attraction. of the
aftornoon. Thiity-fivo babies,
ranging in ago from six mouths
to threo years, will in turn bo
shown, for a few inomonts, behind
a handsome picture framo, whilo
tho audience gucssos who thoy
uro. A correct list of names of
children will bo read at tho close.
Tho first prosoutatiou will begin
at four o'clock. Thero will bo no
chargo to boo this moving pano
rama of babies, aud no prizes will
mi: nuiiitKiiF.R captdked.
Nnrtemterixl ly HeUtlvcs for the Snke
ut lliu Itetraril.
Officer Opuuai arrived on tho
Mokolii last night, having in
chargo Noa, tho Molokai murderer
who escaped from Sheriff Trimble.
Aftor escaping ho went straight to
tho houso of somo relatives at Po
lekunu. They kopt him for a fow
days until they heard of tho re
ward of $300 for his capture. On
Tuesday last thoy told him thoy,
woro going to give him up and
did so. Ho was taken to Pukoo
on Wodnesday and locked up in
jail until tho Mokolii loft yester
Doputy-Marshal Hitchcock will
probably roturu tomorrow morn-i"B-
Tho Warrimoo that is expected
hero April 10 from Victoria will
bring n large consignment of
Original Bock Beer for tho Au
chor Saloon. Whilo thero has
been Bock Beor on the Honolulu
market, it does not begin to com
puro with the consignment that
the Anchor will have ou tap after
tho arrival of the Warrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that the Hock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. The Book Beor in the
States is made at tho first of tho
I vnnr imil Irnnf (ill Muv 1 . Tim mm.
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Biginnont to arrive is somo of tho
original beer aud is guaranteed to
bo bettor thau nny Bock ovor im
ported. Wait for it. It will be
ou tap at tho Anchor aftor the
arrival of tho Warrimoo.
Jluit oh Ilitnmll.
D. Howard Hitchcock tho artist,
who lately returned from Hawaii,
Hiiyn that tho bifr island is very
dusty and that u emmittoo Iihr
soiit n coffee b g full of the dust
to the Uihttop MihO'iiii as a stand
ing -protest to thoao Honolulu ieo
jilo who continually put forward
flint htnndiird joko in regard to
Hawaii's ruin uud mud.
ii ii m
A largo number ot society peo
ple attended the reception on tho
U. H, ii. Marion yusturday,
GOINGS ON IN KOHALA
THE I.IIKKAUY NOCIErV.
Whilo WlnifCil Unco tu the CokM-Ac-
cldcuttu n l.u:in-i:uttur
Tho Kohula Literary Society
met at tho residoucoof John Hind
on Monday evening of this week.
Thoro wero present about 23 or
30 mombor8 of, the society. After
Bpoudiiig a few-mpments in social
chtt tho program vas opined
with a solo rendered in a very
charming mannor by Mrs. Harriot
Brown, tho Kobaln nifihtiugalf.
Solos were also rendered by Miss
Lottie Alexander and Mr. Schoeu
aud woro heartily applauded.
Duet, by Mrs. Brown anil Alr.Old-
mg, also a quurtet by Mesdames
Hind and Browu and Messrs.
Hopping aud Olding wero well
recoived. A select reading by
John Hind was very amusing and
kept his audfouco in uu uproar
Geo. Ronton, tho elocutionist of
tho evening, recited in a voiy
pleasant manner. A paper by Rev.
Mr. Ostrum wob appreciated by
all present. Tho "Sun" was read
by Mr. King, tho editor, and was
as usual very well written. Aftor
refreshments a fow of tho Into
songs wero sung, whon tho guests
departed for their lespective
homes, with best wishos and
many thanks to the host and
hostess who had prepared such a
splendid oveniug's ontortaiumont.
Raiu haB beou a very scarce
articlo for tho past mouth and the
fields are dryer than they imc
boon for a long time.
The skippers of tho schooner
Muriol and tho brigantiuo Johu
D. Spreckols each claim to bo
master of tho faster boat aud
much intorost is taken in what wo
will term a race up to 'Frisco.
Tho Muriel loft Houoipu ou April
15 about 7:30 p. m. and tho John
D. loft Mahukona on April 17
jufltl forty-eight hours after her.
Christiansen, master of the Johu
D., has implicit coufidoiico in the
sailiug qualities, of his vessel aud
says ho will bo iu 'Frisco less
than 48 hours after tho Muriel
has arrived at the Golden Gate.
He is willing to back his vessel
against the Muriel for a raco on
timo or oven start for anything
from ono dollar to five hundred.
I guoss it is "put up or shut up."
Mrs. John S. Smithies, wifo of
postmaster at Mahukona, is much
improved in health, being' well on
the way to recovery.
A very sad accident happonod
at Kolmia Mill on Monday. Hen
ry Wise, a luna, fell from tho
flume atxl was quite badly shnken
up aud had to bo carried to bin
homo on a stretcher. Dr. lioud
attended the raau and Bays he
will bo out soon. No bones were
Survoyor Loobonstoin roturnod
to Ililo overland on Saturday
after a fow days' stay in the din
triot. Ho has boon very buy
lately staking tho Awini coffeo
Hou. G. P.Tulloch spent Easter
Sunday at Wiiiinen, tho guost of
Practical jokes are all tho rupo.
W. P. McDougall I Ihiiik pad
C. O. D. charges 25o. for a photo
graph. The Mahukona post in as
tor was a victim of poiuo "joe her"
who pictured him CO years ago.
Captain Christiauspn is also
worrying about a bill for S21
which ho roctiived a few days ago,
but thinks ho can beat it on a
Shipping is now quiot, as tho
both ports aro without vessels.
The J. D. Spreokols from Mahu
kona loft on Saturday and tho
Muriel from Uonoipu left on
Thursday of last week. Tho J.
D. North and tho Consuolo aro
ex pouted about the 1st.
Very pretty Easter Borvices
woro held iu all tho churches in
tho district and all woro well nt
tondod, Rov, Ostruin'u church
was very prettily oceorntod uud
tlio singing was otcollent.
LAST NIGHT'S MEETING
jAi'AMtsn tiATiirrt to uomik
l'ri-tetifril hy n Coin mitt or With n
ICiiiidviittii- Souvenir Ciiiiv Tho
As already intimated thero was
a large uUonduuco at the Slinra
kukwau over Luce' auction room
last night. At 7:30 there was
nearly 20J present. During the
proceedings people continued to
im in ''11 t)' plar-9 was chock
full. Mr. Meta, who was asked
by tho committoo to pre&ido over
tho mt,etlug, rooQ and addressed
tho meeting somewhat in tho fol
"We have met here to colobrote
the oceasiou of our Legation hav
ing been established hero. This
uet of our government must be
due to tho fact that the import
ance of our colony heto has been
recognized, so whilo congratulat
ing Minister Shimamura, wo
ought at the same time to congra
tulate ourselves. Now ns a token
of tho high esteem wo entertain
towards our now Minister and the
heartfelt congratulations wo fool
towards the central figure Minis
ter Shimnmura on this import
ant occasion, we huvo prepared nn
address to bo presented to His
Excellency, as well as ouo to Mr.
S. Hirai, tho former to be accom
panied by a preseut. Both ad
dresses will be read by ouo of the
Wheroupou the two addresses
were read, which there is no need
to say wero couohedjin tho most
complimentary and ardent words.
Then folio wetl' 'speeches by
Messrs. Ukita,Suiumngo, Mid
zuuo uud I'ruya; the Inst two, es
pecially Mr. Fruyn, made long and
At the . conclusion of the
speeches tho chairman intimated
that tho committee would bo sent
to tho Legation to present tho ad
dresses aud present, tho latter
consisting of a magtiincout coffeo
tree stick, mounted with gold,
with te inscription, "Souvouir to
His Excellency H. Shimamura,
Minister Resident, from Japaneso
It sideuts, Honolulu, II. I., April,
1897," aud three baxkets of flowers,
all of which wore shown round to
those proseut. The committoo
numbering six then went iu two
hacks with the addresses and pro
souts to tho Minister's residonco.
Whilo they wero awny thero
woro dances Japaneso style by
pretty girls of 8 to 9 years and
another lady ou the stago erected
specially for the occasiou.
After a while tho rommitteo
returned and repotted to tho
chairman that the addresses
and preoutfl wore duly presented
to His Excellency Miuistor Shi
mamura and Mr. Hirai, both of
whom expressed their high appre
ciation aud thuuks for tho loyalty
aud kiuduoriri of the ruaidout
Japanese, whiuh wero con
veyed to the meeting by tho chair
man. Three cheers for tho Em
peror aud one for Minister Shi
mamura then rent the air, after
which thero wero sword doners
and comical thoatricals, until 10:30
when the meeting dispoised, ull
Tho rooms woro decorated not
olaborutely but very artistically.
Thoro were occasionally seen two
policeraou. Thoso piesent wero
chiefly thoso who did not tuko
part in tho lust occasiou, though
thoro wero several who wero
prosont at tho Natvai hotel diuuor
The Chinese Company controll
ing the launches i mining on tho
river Mill oilers free pusmto to
all missionaries traveling on its
bouts. Tho Fooehow K.dio says
as this iu douo without solicitation
on tho part of tho missionaries il
may bo accepted as indicative of
appreciation of their work ou tho
part of tho Directors of tho Com
pany, Kobe Horuld.