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Vol. III. No. 001.
HONOLULU, II. I.. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1897.
P1110K 5 Cknth,
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day czcent Sunday nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anywbcm In the Ila-
waiinn Islands 8 76
Per Year. H 00
For Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, ether Foreign
Oountrloa .-. 13 00
Payable Invariably In Advnneo.
Telephoco 2C0. P. O. Box 80.
B. L FIN HEY, Manager.
Read what Aycr's Sarsapariila did
for llio Ilov. Z. P. 'Wilds, a well
known city missionary in New 1'oik
nnd brother o tho lato eminent
"I was for many yeara a sufferer
from bolls and other eruptions of a
like nature, caused by tho linpover
ished state of my blood. My appo
tlto was poor and my system a good
deal run down. Knowing tho valno
of Ayer's Sarsapariila, by obsi-rva-tion
of tho Rood it had douo to others,
I began taking it. My
almost, from tho first doso ; then my
general health improved, and now ifc
Is excellent. I feci a hundred per
cent, stronger, and I attribute thin
result to Aycr's Sarsaparllla, which
I recommend with all confidence no
tho beat blood mediclno over
For all disorders resulting from
poor or corrupted blood and general
AYER'S PILLS CURE-BILIOUSNESS.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents (or tho llopnblio of Hawaii.
Von Holt Block, King Street.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Knit THK AUOVn POUT ON
Wednesday, JUiiy 5th,
AT 4 O'CLOCK I'. M.
Tho ntnloixigiieil lire now propnrrd to
insiiu Turnugu Tickitit (rum tills City to oil
point In the United Statun.
IVTor further purtloulars rcgnrdlng
Freight or 1'iirwngo, apply to
vm. g.iiiwin&Co,, ti,
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AN ELOQUENT DISCOURSE
llr.V. J. II. IIAIlltOWH Nl'KAKM IN
:i:.vriiAL unmi.m ciitmcii.
Clirlal'a Iioctrlnft, I'rraoinillly nml
Imriiclrr .llnktt llllli llln llnlvi-raal
lluud IlelMe-ii (luil anil .linn.
Tliero wuh not a Inrgo conju
gation for tho Beating capacity in
Contral Union church ycfltordny
ovening, but tho notico was only a
brief ono for tho lecturo of Kov.
J. IT. Bnrrowa of Chicago, who is
ca a:c way bono a passenger in
tho etcamor China from a round
tho world tour including a special
i.iissiou iu India. Thoeo who
woro present hoard a splendid
discourse of moro than an hour
upon tho thomo, "Tho Universal
Man and Saviour."
Kov. D. P. Birnio gavo out
Hobor's missionary hymn for
Hinging, and offered a briof prayor.
He then introduced tho lecturer.
Mr. Harrows prefaced his loc
turo with remarks on tho pleasure
ho had received from spending a
day in Honolulu. It was not only
because ho enjoyed a delightful
climato, but ho had found
tho opportunity of rouowiiig old
acquaintances. Ho had visited
Oaiiu college, sonio of the schools,
tho superb rouBOum and public
buildings, evidences as thoy woro
of Christian civilization.
As an outcomo of tho Parlia
ment of Iloligions in Chicago, a
l-idy had established a fund of
20 000, for tho purposo of Bond
ing a lecturer every two "years to
deliver addrcsnc3 iu tho university
cities of India on tho subject of
Christianity. Tho Bpoakor was
chosen by tho University of Chica
go as Ui first lecturer. Arriving at
Uomboy on December 15 last, ho
nailed from Colombo for homo on
March 15, having in tho mean
time lectured in tho chief cities of
India 113 times. Ho acknow
ledged having boon received with
much courtesy nnd kindness, and
listened to patiently, by tho Hin
dus in tho universities and col
leges. Mr. Barrows, from what ho had
Been and heard, was prepared to
testify that Christian missions in
India had been far from a failure.
So much so, that ho was going
homo inspired with tho duty of
doing all ho could there to for
ward tho causa of foreign mis
sions. In ono city of India thero
wore 100,000 Christians, and a
single congregation of native
Christians numbering moro than
a thousand. Ho spoke of tho edu
cational and tho medical work of
missions an well as tho religious,
aikI buTtidcs tho Aiucricnu Board
jncluded tho Anglican, Presbyter
ian and other missions, of several
countries, in his oncomiurns.
For tho remainder and tho
greater part tho lecture, or sermon
it night bo called, was a compari
son of Christianity by tho orilori
on of its living Head with other
great religious of tho world, iu
especial reference to ifs universal
adaptability to tho spiritual needs
of every race ond kindred among
men. Tho discourse was
repleto with telling comparisons
aud contrasts, crowded with allu
sions to tho good nnd great of all
ages, and abounding in passages
of lofty oloquonco upon tho uni
versality of Christ's iullueuco
oyer the hearts of men. Tho
diction was so epigrammatic, tho
nlatomonts fio conoroto, that
nothing but full roportiug would
do justice to the effort, and that
would moro than fill this news
paper. It was a powerful and closely rea
soned argument of the perfection
of Jesus Christ's doctrine, tho
cntiroi absouco of nationalism
in his personality, tho ab
solute purity of his (tharac
tor, ami his eternal life these
qualities making him tho only bo
ing that unites in ono person tho
(liviiiiunid tho human; in short,
tho "Universal Mun und Saviour."
Probably Mr. Barrows' cntiro
uuuiou ui it-mures in inula, incut- i
ding tho ono delivored here, will
bo issued in book form, nnd thus
bo brought within roach nnd
keeping of evoryhody. If all
aro equal m convincing
forco to this ono that a fow peo
plo of Honolulu have- heard, tho
body of thorn entire would be of
incalculable aid in establishing
tho claims of tho religion that
stands nlono In proving its adapt
ability to universal mnnkind.
Mr. Burrows goes homo a person
al witness to tho (lecudenco of tho
oriental religious in the countries
whorothey had the most flourished.
lleiilli In Honolulu for Airll ami
Tho deaths in Honolulu in
April numbered 5G, ns against C.)
in 18'JG, 02 in 1895, 60 iu 1891 nnd
40 in 180b1. By sexes tho deaths
woro 33 males and 23 females .
Nationalities woro Hawaiian 22,
Chineso llj Portuguese 7, Japa
nese 8, llritish 2, others -1. Undor
ono yenr thero woro '.), oue to live
0, livo to ton 2, ton to twouty H,
twenty to thirty 10, thirty to forty
5, forty to fifty 9, fifty to
sixty 5, sixty to sovouty 1, over
BOveutyC. Ton woro unattended by
physicians. Consumption was the
most prolific cause of death with
7 victims. Hoart diseaso claiming
5 came nott. Then diarrhiua
and inanition hud-leach. Abscess,
exhaustion, fever, hemorrhage, old
ago and peritonitis, 3 each; con
vulsions mid meningitis, 2 each;
apoplexy, angina pectoris, burns,
bronchitis, croup, dropsy, diph
theria, drowning, inflammation of
stomach, paralysis, pneumonia,
septicemia, suicido and ulcerated
throat, 1 each. Tho deaths of
uoii residents woro two. Tho un
uual death rale per 1000 for the
month was '22. JO; Huwuiiuus 22.01.
Asiatics 22.8U, all othtrs 21.17.
urm iint: fho.h japan.
Tim Ti'iitlihi .lliirn irrlvru nt Ncnliln
and Mrcak All Jlciorda.
Seattle, Wash., April 10. Tho
Tonshiu Mum, Captain P. J.
Brown; of tho Nippon Yuspii Kni
slia line, arrived in port this
morning, fifteou days and eighteen
houra from Japan tho best timo
ever made by a ship from that
country to Pugot bound. She
brought a cargo of 2513 tons of
matting, teas, silks, curios and
fireworks, having moro than 700
tons of tho latter. Among other
passeugors she had Koustantiii
vou llengarten, a Russian journ
alist who is walking around the
world, having started from lliga
two years and seven months ago.
Ho has al.roady covered a distanco
of about 15.000 miles. Von llen
garten goes from Seattle to San
Francisco and thouco to Now
Urealcd Ilmidy In lliu World.
Ttio greatost dandy in tho world
is Princo Albort of Thurn, Ger
many. This fastidiom young
man attires himself in a new Miit
of clothes every day, enough to
keep twouty experienced workmen
going, ami to run up n hill of
X30U0. Each suit of wearing np
imrol is hiuhlv nurftimecl with
attar of roses, nt Xfj an oiineo. Ho
wears no fower than lOlO neckties
during tho year, being an aviragn
of three every day. IIjs cast -off
hoots number 200 pair a year.
The cigar bill of this highly
scented young geiitlnninn n-achos
tho total of X300 per annum, and
tho different sports ho indulges
iu, including hunting, shooting,
fishing, golfing nud bicycling, cost
him moro than 15,000.
It is hoped thnt there will bo n
huge ntlxii hi'i!0 nt tin rehfiUHni
of tho Honolulu Choral Society
this evening, as it will probably
bo tho last beforo the concert is
given. If arrangements can bo
mado with tho managers of tho
Opora Houso tho coucert will bo
given on next Tuesday ovoninu,
tho admission lining 25 cents to
any part of tho houso.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
torn tiii: t-iiioiiiT Ji'ixir.s in: tit.
IMJ JDItV HtlAI.M.
IVIIIIoii i.r it Wlilou lor Hit IIIkIiI.
fill lull vrllitiiri Sun U'iici
Tor a IVIaiif.
An order of publication of sum
mons has boon made by Judgo
Perry in tho divorco suit of Mar
tha D. Doimolly vs. Itobort II.
Donnolly, the caso being contin
ued to tho August term.
Moses Aalona petitions that J.
A. Mugoon be appointed guardian
of the fivo minor children of peti
tioner's father, who havo property
valued nt 83000 which is under
mortgage duo and unpaid.
Meleauu Davis of South Kona,
Hawaii, brings a bill iu equity for
relief against Knhiwuhiwa Molalo
and her husband, to compel tho
defendants to execute a deed of
the land that her husband desired
before his (loath to convoy to her.
A potition has been filed by J.
K. Kahookauo, attorney, for a
commission to issun to Peter N.
Kithokualuua, distiict nutgistratn
of Miikawao, Maui, to tako tosti
mouy iu proof of tho death of E.
llelekuuihi, whoso will is sought
to bo admitted to probatn.
O. Williams, who pleaded guilty
to rape yenterday, was sentenced
by Judgo Perry tins moruiiiL' to
linprisoumoiit nt hard labor two
years and to pay a fino of 50 and
y'2 50 costs. JAttornoy Gouornl
V. O. Smith for prosocutiou; A.
It oh a for defense
Before Judge Perry tho caso of
Pelix Hrughellt vs. Nathoniol S.
Sachs, assumpsit, was stricken
fiom tho nulondnr for want, of
O. K. Knioipahiavs. Lilikalani,
damages, is on boforo a nativo
jury. Mngoou fe Eilings for
plaintiff; C. Urowu for defendant.
Judgo C'urtor is hearing tho
caso against W.J. Cooluo, ohurgod
with embezzlement of Honolulu
District Court funds whilo clerk
of that court, tried by a native
jury. Deputy Attorney General
E. P. Dole for prosecution; C.
Creighton, A. G. Correa and J. L.
rvautuknu for defendant.
COItniM IN I.KC'K AGAIN.
Mutto Aiinilii-r Nrlrure of Sir Tin
Ojiliim on iniii'ii Mlri'el.
Ever sinco tho China came into
port yesterday morning dotoctivo
Conies has been watching a cor
tain houso occupied by Chineso
on Queen streot, opposite tho
government building, and his
patience was finally rewarded.
Prom his place of concealment ho
saw a Chineso enter tho placo at n
quarter to 1 today and pass over a
sunpiciotis looking package to an
other Chinaman, As quickly ns
possiblo Conies got out of his
hiding place and tuiido for
the package. The Chinaman was
too quick for him nud when ho
got there tho opium was not iu
sight. Thuro was an outhouio
'standing near by and Conies
jumped to the conclusion that tho
package had been thrown in tliero.
I lie tried tho door nud found it
' locked. Ho then demanded tho
key and tho Chinaman said it had
I been lost. Cordos did not wusto
I any moro time but promptly kick
ed tho door down nud found tho
package inside. On opening it,
thero wan found fivo tins ot
choice Chineso opium. A furth
or search of tho houao brought to
light another tin of the drug in
hue of the rooms. Cordos nud
another ollicor whom he called to
Ins uHsiHtauee marched the four
Chinese in the houso to tho polico
' station, whoro thoy woro booked
for opium in possossion, Cordos
says ho is sure the opium cumo off
the China but refused to givo tho
sourco of uis information.
The Evening IMlctin, 76 cenla
It la Obiolele nnd No Halch tar the
modern Vaanelaor Mraeec.
Tho navy of Turkey, quito for
midable ou paper, is fo all np
ponrnncos oven worso than that of
China, for in its preparations for
war with Grccco only a taw of
tho most nntiqiiated ships havo
boon placed in commission, and
tho ships recontly built in Eng
land are with few exceptions evi
dently in no lighting condition.
Turkey's navy list embraces eigh
teen ironclads ranging from thirty-throe
to twolvo years old and
tlioroforo antiquated, oightcen
cruisors thirty-eight to fivo years
old. twenty-sovon dispatch yoshoIh
and yachts, oloron gunboats and
thirty-oight torpodo-boats. Tho
Boot which left tho Bosporus on
March 25 for tho Egoan Sea con
sisted of four battle-ships of an
ciout build, ono armored gun-boat
of 400 toiw, built iu 1875, two
transports, ono torpodo guubout
built in 1890, two other nondes
cript craft and four first-class torpodo-boats
of 85 toiiB. Tho Binall
lleet of Groeco consists of service
able vessels and makes up in qua
lity for what thoy. may lack iu
sizo and number.
A pasha was requested by Sir
Auston Layard, then Minister at
Constantinople, to forward him
soino information about tho popu
lation aud trade of his province.
lth delightful itiBouoiuuco tho
Turk ronliod: My illustrious
friond and joy of my livor. Tho
thing you ask of mo is both cl i Hi
cult nud useless. Although I have
nassod all my days in this place,
I have noithor counted tho hnusos
nor havo 1 inquired into the uuin
borof tho inhabitants; and as to
what ono poison loads ou his
mules and another stows away iu
tho bottom of his ships, that is
no busiuoss of miuo. Omysoull O
my Iambi seek not after tho
things that concern thco not.
Thou enmost to us and wo wel
come theo; go in poaco. Of a truth
thou hast spdkon many words and
thero is no harm douo, for tho
speaker is ono and tho listener is
another. After tho fashion of
thy people thou hast wandered
from ono placo to anothor, until
thou art happy and content in
Struck ou llio Head.
Ono mombor ot thoPhiladolphia's
battalion was out of luck this
morning, Iu drilling ho stopped
ou the toos of ono of his comrades,
who became enraged nud struck
him over tho hoad with tho butt
ond. of his gun. Tho assail
ant was put under arrest,
whilo tho wounded man, after
having his hoad bandaged and
soaked, was sout to tho boat laud
ing in chargo of a detail of tho
Tli Diamond JiiIiIIi-ii.
At tho meeting of tho excoutivo
committee ou the Victoria Jubilee
last night satisfactory reports wero
received from the subcommittees,
aud these wore instructed to go
ahead with their airaiigemeuls,
keeping in communication
with tho finance committee.
The hall is to be on tho evoning
of June 22, all other celebrations
on tho 23rd. Fireworks wore de
clared off. Tho meeting adjourned
subject to tho call of tho ohair.
According to a report of British
officials tobacco is adulterated
with sugar, alum, lime, flour, meal,
rhubarb leaves, salt-peter, fuller's
eaitn, starch, malt cooniiugs,
ohromalo ot lead, poat, moss, mo
lasses, burdock leaves, gum lamp
black, red dye, sorap-i of news
papers, cinnamon stick, cabbage
leaves aud brown straw p'ipur.
That is what may bo called a
primo tnixturo and ought to bo
Butiifuotory to a man of oven tho
most varied tastes. Tho Call.
LAST YEAR'S SUCAR CROP
now its piAtisi tvnn tn hxvuih
i:'io Minooi. niiMiitiis.
Nome or .lrintroii(r NiiiKIi'm HMIiitd
r T orlilui; mill Homr 4'llrloua
I uli'iiliilloiia About Mng-ar.
Messrs. Armsjron Smith ami
A. Uurtunborg havo boon iinkiiirr
some calculations on last yoar's
sugar crop that aro interesting.
Mr. Smith, who teaches tho young
idea how to nhoot in tho I'ort
streot school, says tho young idn
does not grasp the moaning of
tons and pouudu when iftod iu
largo quantities, in application to
tlio sugar crop ot last your, for in
stance. Although tho children
readily loarned that tlio Hawaiian
Inlands last yoar produced in
round numbers 175,000 tons of
sugar, contained iu threo nnd u
half million sacks, and aggregk
ting 350,000,000 pounds, still thoy
could form no proper conception
of its magnitude, with tho nssiu
tanco ot his friond Mr. Garleu
berg ho made a number of calcu
lations designed to show what the
sugar crop ot Hawaii for ono year
roully amounts to, a fow of which
aro hero given,
Laut year's Kiigor crop if pilod
iu tiers fifty foot wido and ton
feet hjgh would roach from thu
postofiicu ou Merchant street to
Campbell's placo on tho Wnikiki
If tho threo and n half million
bags wuro placed ond to ond iu it
sinulu lino and n man titnrto.l to
walk along to eeo if the sack
wero clean ho would bo within
a short distanco of San Francisco
before ho reached tho ond of tha
line. Tho actual distance would
bo 1080 miles.
Suppose that all tho Biigar of
last year's crop was put on board
ouo stoutnor and that a man wm
detailed to check the sacks off a
they passed over tho side. Al
lowing fivo seconds to handle
each bag tho man would bo just
two years working eight hour a
day boforo ho got through hit
job. By (ho aid of theso and mora
examples of tho kind, it is safo ut
say that Mr. Smith's classes know
something about tho magnitude;
of Hawaii's sugar production,
m m m
KXI'LOMIOK IK A TDHKr.T.
IHiliitl of Hi IVnrful rldiil on
Detailed accounts of tlio aim
cidout ou tho Cissoi Veliki, Hus
sion batllo ship, whilo nt target
practice near Canon on March 14,
show tho frightful results attend
ing accidents to modern guns, It
was in tho after turret that tho
catastrophe occurred to ouo of
tho 12-iuch Gaunt guns served
with a chargo of 200 pounds of
powder. Tho brooch uorow had
not been sciowed up. ami us
reniilt tho breech block, weighing
about 3000 pounds, blow out ami
was driven four inches into tho
turret, whilo tho covering of tho
turret was split in two, one hall
going up as high as tho maintop,
and iu its fall crushing tho for
waul bridge, killing seventeen
men, Of tho ton people iu tho
turret when the accident occurred
four wore killed outright and mora
havo died sinco, Altogether
thirty-throo oflicors and mou voio
killed und wounded.
Co., A. Chisholm and J.J. Ootigh
liu, proprietors, havo ou exhibi
tion a Hawaiian saddle made ovor
a genuine Hawaiian saddle tiee.
Tho leather and thongs are tho
host "Allen tanned." I'lio mutoo
covering h elegantly hand
stamped,tlio lining of sIkk ps' wool
guarantees tho horses bauk fiom
becoming soro, tho weight of thu
saddle U about 35 lbs, it iu well
worth your inspection,
p t um tua . i. tin . r. irn ?ii -v r . ( a. a i. - . . ji . '... i,.n i it I. , A T.nc. imi i jj? uw Ai .'. ri .hji , i my. 'fl- i v . i . .' F t " - j. m i l . v v. . ; I t. f .