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Evening Paper Published
on the Hawaiian Islands.
Subscription 75c. a month.
5c. a monm. ?
Vol. III. No. 645.
HONOLULU, H. I MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1897.
Pnioi 5 Cznts.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sandny at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, anywhere in the Ha-
wallan Islands $ 76
Per Year. 8 00
Far Year, postpaid to America,
.Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
' Pnynblo Invnrinblv in Advnnoo.
Telephone 250. v P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
For Colds, Coughs, Bronchitis, Soro
Throat, Influenza, and Incipient
Consumption, no remedy approaches
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It has long
been tho most popular and successful
anodyno expectorant In Fliarmacy,
and is everywhere approved and
recommended by tho Faculty. It
soothes tho inflamed membrane,
breaks up irritating mucus, allays
coughing, and induces repose. As a
family emergency medicine, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral takes tho lead. For
tho relief and euro of croup, whooping-cough,
soro throat, and all tho
pulmonary troubles to which tho
young aro so liable, it is invaluable.
No household is quito secure without
IDr. J. O. Ayer Se Co.,
LOWELL, MASS., XT. S. A.
Sold Medals at the Worid't Chili Expotltloos.
W Beware of cheap Imitations. The
same Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral In prom!,
aent on (he wrapper, and it blown in the
glass of each bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the Itepnblio of Hawaii
have now marked down
all their goods and invite
They guarantee the
lowest prices and satis
faction. New goods by every
Old goods below cash
Von Holt Block, King Street,
Real Estate Broker.
209 Merchant Street.
1 Surrey in Une order; price $200.
House and Lot, 76x165 ., on No. 71
Toung street; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kltohen
Lot on Wilder avenue 100x300 ft., fenced.
. House on Berotan!a street, near Filkoi
treot; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitchen, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a horso.
j, f Architect and Superintendent
C2, Office: 305 Fortstrcot,
Spreckols' Block, Room 5.
A' DISGUSTED AUDIENCE
THE UTAIM COULD NOT PLAY
HALL IN THE MUD,
Cito ttpllie Game to the Itf-Kimenta In
tlie Fnnrlli liuilima Amid ttio
Jeer of the Crowd.
Havitag agreed early on Satur
day afternoon to play off their
game with the Regiments and
posted a notice to that effect, tho
Stars should have stuck to their
agreement instead,, of making an
exhibition of themselves which
disgusted tho patrons of the game.
Whilo the grounds were slippery
thoy wore in splendid condition
compared to somo of tho Eastern
grounds in wet weather, and even
if they wero not noither sido could
claim any advantage on that ac
count. The Regiments wero promptly
on baud and indulged in a littla
preliminary practise. Tho Stars
wero givon the grounds at 3:15
but they didn't want to prnotiso.
The expression on Captain Harry
Wildor's face caused ono of tho
reporters to oxclaim, "Look out for
a grand kick." The kick com
mpncod by objections to tho
weathor, the grounds and
everything in sight, but the
Regiments held to their agree
ment. Instead of dividing tho
gate receipts according to the
UBual percentage it wob agreed
that the winning team should take
all tho clubs wero entitled to.
It was a quarter to 4 when
Umpire Whitney finally called
tho game and when the Regiments
piled up five runs in the first in
nings, the Stars battery com
menced playing for time and
hoping for rain. The rain came
at intervals but not enough to
stop the game. In the fourth in
nings after a wait of seven minutes
on account of rain, the game was
again called but the Stars refused
to go to tho bat. Umpire Whitney
called 'Captain Wilder up anrl
gave him one miuulo to put a
man in the box. Wilder lost bis
temper and said he would give up
the game first. Tho umpire ac
cordingly gave the game to tho
Rogimonts and tho audionco went
homo thinking that the Stars had
bettor get a new captain or leave
tho Rogimonts and St. Louis
teams to finish tho season.
The details of the game, suoh
as it was, aro given below:
Tho Regiments wore first at the
bat. Bowers took bis base on balls
and was caught napping two sec
onds after. Moore went to first
on four balls. Luahiwa raado a
base hit. Moore came in on
Kiloy's two-bagger and Luahiwa
scored on a passed ball. Gorman
mado first and stole second. Kiloy
scored on Kaanohi's hit for sec
ond. Davis flow out to Koki.
Duncan wont to third on an over
throw to first by Lishman and
Gorman and Kaanohi Bcored.
Hennossey was put out at first.
Wilder, Hart and Ouuha wero
put out at first in short order.
In tho second Rowers Btruck
out, Mooromade his baso. Mooro
was put out at second but Luahi
wa saved his first. Kiloy was
caught out by Woods.
Mahuka made his first by Kaa
nohi's muff but was put out trying
to steal second. Lishman got a baso
hit and Fryco took a baso on balls,
Pryco was caught napping at
first and Lishman was put out at
In tho third Gorman took first
on a hit to left field and second
on a passed ball. Kaanohi made
first and stole second. Davis
flow out to Mahuka. Duncan's
baso hit brought in a run, but ho
was put out trying to steal second.
Honnessey's base hitbrought Kaa
nohi in. Honneasoy waB put out
Ross took his baso on balls.
Koki was caught out by second
and Robs was touched before he
got back to first. Woods was
struck by pitcher and took his
baso and Wildor was put out at
In the fourth Bowers was
Btruck out. Mooro took first on
balls. Luahiwa was struck by
pitcher and went to firBt, Moore
scored on Kiloy's single. Kiley
was put out at second on Gor
man's sacrifice. Kaanohi's two
bagger brought Gorman and
Hart took his base on balls,
Cuuha did the sniuo. Hart went
to third ob a passed ball. Ma
hnka was put out at first and
Cunha at third while -Hart scored.
Uncertainties and n Certainty.
The attention of tho public is
now fully occupied and diverted
in tho consideration and discus
sion of Bovcral important ourrent
and prospective happoniugs. An
nexation, as yet nnsecuroj Re
ciprocity threatened; tho coming
of tho Naniwa, and hor mission
after arrival; the outcome oE tho
war between Greece and Turkoy
and, whether or no, all Europo
will ovoutually become involved;
tho sottlcmont of tho quarantine
squabblo aro all themes of much
conjecturo and uncertainty, and
whilo opinions aro freely offered,
nono can accurately foretell tho
outcome of any of these matters.
Nevertheless, it is becoming nioro
apparent, as each day passes, that
Buffalo and HofTbrnu aro tho
favorito brows, and it is gratify
ing that assurauco is given that
regular shipments of theso whole
some and strengthening bever
ages can bo doponded upon, and
that thay will, as horotoforo, bo
dispensed at the Royal, Pacific
and Cosmopolitan Saloons, and
that the interchangeable cheok
system is an established fact.
Why people come long distances
to buy at tho Palama Grocery.
Reason No. 1 Because one cus
tomer tells another how much
they saved by dealing at this live
and let live establishment. Rea
son No. 2 Because the saving
from their grocery bill helps them
to pay thoir house root. If you
don't believe what our customers
say, just give us a call and bo con
vince Harby Gannon,
Palama Grocery, Opposite Rail
Tel. 755, overy tiina. Goods de
livered. Jubilee HUmp.
M. Brasch, who returned from
London last week, has specimens
of tho Jubilee stamps, issued at
tho inBtanco of the Prince of
Wales, 1b. and 2a. 6d. denomina
tions. They are very pretty.
Canada is issuing a Jubilee post
age stamp of all denominations,
the face value of the set being over
$16. Tho design comprises clear
portraits of tho Queen at hor ac
cession and tho present time on'
BY TOLICE A.T CALLAO.
Inquiry here confirms the sory com
ing from Lima to tho effect that the
State Department has lodged a de
mand with the United States charge
of legation at Lima for tho release of
tlio mate of tho American bark "Uncle
John." ne ivns ashore on December
19 last at Call no, and was arrested lc.
cause of his constant demand for "Rai
nier Beer." On tap or in bottles at the
Untitle mid I'liai-toiii,
Gus Sohuraan bogs to inform
tho public that he has on hand a
fino now line of Surreys, Buggies,
Phaetons, Road Wagons and Carts;
Doublo and Single Buggy, Ex
press and Hack Harness made
specially for tho Hawaiian trade.
These goods aro now on exhibi
tion at tho Club Stables.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuunu streets, lodging by
day, weok or month. Torms: 25
and 50 conta por night. $1, and
$1.25 per week.
Beforo giving your order for a
fiortrait, soo what King Bros,
lave to show in crayon onlargo
monts nnd judgo for yourself
whothor thoy can givo you tho
best value for your monoy or
DUNBAR AT OLD TRICKS
NF.I.L1 DIRKCrOKT COVER RPACK
OVKR AND OVRM.
Rmiuhly Hnndlrd mid ITInile to
HlNunrtfH Ottg lit to He In Jnll
Inr oiIiit NHiiiitle.
Dunbar, tho directory fakor,
who worked Honolulu to somo ex
tont a fow years ago, has, it would
appear, cheated the offended law
for Intor exploits iu Sun Fran
cisco, accordiug to the following
from tho Call:
About as smooth a swindler as
ever made this city the Geld of his
nefarious operations is one A. R.
Duubur, whose transactions souio
mouths ago received an airing in
connection with soliciting sub
scriptions for tho Press club and
for an alleged souud money club.
He is again at his old tricks,
this timo using a mining directory
ao a medium through which to I matter to havo blown ovor, lie ib
flim-flam his victims. Duiilmr, I again at his old tricks. Tho
who is a good talkor and dresser, ' question is being asked by many,
a few weeks ago approached a i lias this fellow got a pull? If not,
number of downtown business why is ho not serving hia son
men and asked them to renew j tenco? Detectivo Rob Whitakor
their advertisements for the 1897
directory that had appeared in the
18 edition. As an inducement
ho offorod in addition to the inside
page to have the advertisement
appear on the front cover nnd em
bodied that provision in tho con
tract. On the delivery of the
books tho prico of tho advortise
mont was to be paid.
Tho Brooks - Follis Electric
Company, the California Elec
trical Works, tho Dow Steam
Pump Works, tho Dunham-Car-rigan
Hayden Company, L. S.
Van Winkle & Co., Craue & Co.,
and the Washburn & Moen Man
ufacturing Company are somo
of those who subscribed for tho
front cover. The fact that there
was only ono front cover in no
wise disturbed Mr. Dunbar's
equanimity, as ho procoeded in
an ingenious way to mauufucturu
front covors to order.
He accomplished this by past
ing on as a front cover tho adver
tisement of tho different firms who
had contracted for it. Tho back
covor was doctored in the samo
mannor, and unless thero had
been some slip no firm would
havo detected the swindle, ac
cepting the books in tho firm ')o
lief that its advertisomont appear
ed on every front pace, instead
of its being only on tho copies in
But there waB a slip. Dun
bar's anxiety to get money was
tho causo of his undoing. Beforo
tho paste was fully dry ho do
livored the Dunham-Carrigan
Compnny its books, and received
tho $10 called for iu payment.
Hardly had ho loft tho storo whon
tho fraud waB detected by tho
cashier, who, picking tho book up
rather roughly, slid the pago back
that was pasted to tho cover
disclosing another firm's adver
Sanford Bonnott, the manager,
was notified, and whilo discussing
tho matter the young bookkeoper
from Dowb Pump WorkB stopped
in and injected somo corrobora
tive evidonco into tho conversa
tion. He had dotected tho fraud
from tho fact that tho "cut" used
in his advertisement was locked
up in hiB desk drawer. Conse
quently a pngo from last yoor's
dirJtory must havo boon wed for
tho decoption. Whon this had
been explained somo ono announc
ed that ho had just aeon Dunbar
go into Van Winklo fe Co.'s store
with an armful of directories.
This information caused a
speedy adjournment and a hasty
if not dianified trip to Van Win
kle's. As Mr. Bennett, who is r I
macnificont athloto, reached tho-.
entrance Mr. Dunbar was just
loaving tho oflico with a happy
and contented look upon his
countonanco. It waa not a time
for words. Before ho know juBt
how it hannonod ho was inside tho
oflico once nioro and roughs
J jostled into n hard-seated chair
by tho indignant Beunott and com
pellod to disgorge his ill gotten
gains. His books and contracts
wero returned to him and ho was
notified that tho locality aftor that
would bo of a decidedly unhealthy
ciiaraoter ior uu constitution.
The other firms wore quickly
warned, and it is safe to assume
that Dunbar realized but little
from his scheme.
It is interesting to note the
varying scale of pricos charged,
ranging from $10 for tho Dun
ham Carrigan "nil" to 835 for the
Dunbar has been engaged in all
mannor of swindling operations
and has managed in some mannor
to escape being sent whero ho
richly deserves to be behind the
Ho was tried before Judge Low
somo time since for swindling the
I German Bank, Bank of California
and other firms by claiming to
represent the Press Club. Ho was
convicted and sentenced to several
mouths in jail. Ho appealed for
a new trial, manned to cot bail
I and got out ponding tho appeal,
I and it was afterward stated that
he had ruu away. Bolinviug that
looked into the caso beforo at tho
instance of Captain Lees and ob
tnined tho evideuco which convict
fllU WATKK CAKNIVAL.
Frlaee for Heat Illuminated Boata and
The members of tho Fireworks
Committee for the Fourth of July
celebration having addod a water
i carnival to tho other amusements
provided for Saturday night are
working hard to make a success
of tho venture. TbeGeneral Com
mittee has allowed them $250 for
prizes, which has been divided
into prizes ranging from $50 for
the best illuminated merchant or
coasting vossol to $5 for tho boo
ond best cauoo or Bkiff.
A procession of all competing
boats and launches will bo formed
off tho Myrtle boathouso at 7:30
oud proceed aiouud tho harbor
and past tho judges' boat back to
tho starting point, ihis wator
carnival will undoubtedly bo very
attractive, as the value of tho
prizes offorod should cuuso con
How to Keep l'ttlnn and Ferns.
Much of tha health of tho palm sc
universally uted. for drawing room dec
oration in tho winter depends upon its
treatment iu tho summer. Liko human
ity, palms thrive better after a summer
outing. Set thorn iu the ground in tho
yard, not in uu exposed piano where the
sun will soon kill thnu, but iu a shady
corner, whero tho soft Etimmur ruin?
may beat upon them and paro ozono fill
Tho samo is rruo of tho ferns that
form tho center of most dining tables.
Economy touches that it is choapcr ta
buy two ceutorpicccfl at onco, substitut
ing ono for tho other at the first sign of
(hooping or drying loaves.
No plant will retain lifo if kopt con
stantly under tho gas of a chaudclicr.
Tho valuo of having two centerpieces
lies in tho ability to havo ono always in
tho air, whero, with lavish treatment in
tho way of water nndu spraying besides
of leaves, tho lifo of theso graceful, ten
der plants urny ba prolonged indefinitely
At Kminn Nqunre.
Tho goornraont band will givo
tho usual concert at Emma square
this evening at 7:30 with the fol
Overture French Comedy Ula
March Ensign la Hawaii (new) Nape
Selection Italian Melodies Itf mpciottl
Hawaiian Seii;s and Choruses
8olo by Mr D Moo.
Cornet Solo-8callower (by request)..
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Waltz Southern Breeze Melsler
March Thfl Myrtle (now) Berber
(Dedicated to the members of tho
Myrtle Boat Club).
A Reminiscence of the .Midwinter Fair
P luy miuoit) uoiiigsn
THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS
NUi'fMt.N urn t.:vF.n mutm:-
.TIKNr ANI IN1ANK AHVt.l'It.
Coiiii-hcI lllHlrlliuli-il Among Viirlotin
Mcrrliniil Mini I'Iiiii- -Low I'rlcta
fur .tlo.t Arlli'lr.
Tliu f -Mowing aro the success
ful bidders fur furnishing sup
plies to the Board of Health for
use at the Leper Settlement and
IuBano Asylum for tho next six
Lewers ifc Cooko Lumber, T
& G lxG N W S2-1.50; R W
Oahu Lutnbor and Building
Compauy Lumber, rough N W
S1G; R W surfacod S33; 11 W Bat
tens 23.50; U W fouce posts
each 14 cents; doors SI. 05. Sashes
S2 and S2.25.
Allen ifc Robinson N,ails $2.35
por keg. D B coal iu sacks SS.80
E O Hall & Sous Boiled oil
Ou'o per gal; whito load G:,'o; tur
pontino 50c por gal; assorted
galvuuized pipo 3J to 5Ja; long
card matches $7.99.
McOhesnoy & Soub Salmon
S9.75 per barrel; soap $3.25 box;
brau $19 ton; oats $32.50; onions
ljo pound; salmon $10 per bbl.
J A Hopper No 1 Rice S3.G5
J T Watorhouso Bayo beans
2; broomB $3.50 doz; Bait per
Haokfeld & Co. Cement 82.85;
lime S1.G2J; flour $1.95 and S4.80;
green coffee 17c; canned tomatoes
87io per doz.
Lovo's Bakery Medium broad
Union Feed Company -Hay $20
Lowis &. Co. No. 1 raw sugar
$3 .37J; royal baking powder, -loz.
tins $l.G2l por doz; modiuni
bread $1.10; pork $0.50 por bbl;
tea 10Jc por lb.
H. May & Co. Matches GGc;
korosene oil $1.90; royal baking
powder IGoz tins $5.50 per duz;
island potatoes lio; raw sugar
Metropolitan Meat Compauy
Beef, foro quarter, 70; rump or
round 10c; hides 4o; tallow 3o.
Paul Isonborg Vood,algoroba,
$9.50 per cord.
L. Audrado was tho lowost bid
der on bread for the Insauo Asy
lum at 3Je, but his bid does not
spocify that the loaves shall bo
one pound weight. If ho agrees
to that ho will got the contract,
otherwiso it will go to Lovo's
I Bakory at 3Jo.
Aiiftwcr of Police ORloer SiibmUaloat
at tlele Gaie.
An exception has been filed by
A. Rosa, attorney for plaintiff, to
the ruling, judgment and finding
of tho Cirouit Court in tho caso of
Charles B. Poor vs. Henry Smith,
An answor has boon filed to tho
complaint of threo partners of
Wing Wo Tai Co. against Sum A.
Macy, Robort i. l'urkor and uua
Cordes. Tho defendants allege
that thoy acted in good faith, ful
filling thoir dutioB as polico offi
cers, whon they detained tho plain
tiffs and cortain trunks aud boxes,
for whioh thoy havo boon sued for
$1000 damages. Attorney Gen
oral W. O. Smith for defendant.
In tho case of John P. Bowler
vs. E. O. Macfarlano and othors
the Elolo caso tho testimony of
R. More was taken boforo Judgo
Carter today, and tho case fiually
submitted for decision on tho
mastor'B report. O. Brown and
Robertsou for plaintiff; Stanley
aud Creightou for difforout du
fondautB. Sharkey will dofeat Mahor i
ho drinks tho now O. P. S. Whia
koy that is just put on tho market
at tho Anchor Saloon. Also,
llalt-aad-Uulf aud Seattlo Beer,
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