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Vol. IV. No. 665.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Pabltihed every day except Sunday at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, anywhere in the Ha
waiian bland 9 7fi
Far Yew. 8 00
Par Tear, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
Payable Invariably In Adranoe.
Telephone 258. P. O. Box 89.
A. TT. GEAR, Manager.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
The goods promioed by the
"Australia" and "Aorangi"
have arfived, more than enough
separate articles to fill four
columns or more of any news
paper. jSotfie ofthegoods are
staple,' otli erg 'ftre''iu50iric3 such
as one needs for day or night
luncheon; these are Epicurean
Lunch' goods, comprising
Pate do Fois Gras, Bon Acord
Sausages, Oxford and Cam
bridge Sausages, Preserved
Bloater, Albert Sardines,
Truffled Pates of Partridges,
Plover, Woodcock, Snipe and
Such a varied assortment
has never been offered by any
dealers in Honolulu. But we
1 have others.
1 Curried Brawns, Fried Pil
chard and the Genuine Epicu
re an Oysiiers, SIFrirB'pfr'in To
- u matoes,' Beans, Lobster and
'Boston Baked Beans, Roast
Mutton, Kits of Tongues and
Sounds, Sardines in Mustard,
Boneless Sardines, German
Lentils, Pickled Eels in Jelly.
Anchovy Essence, Brown
Bread, Huckins' Soups, Pep
per and Tabasco Sauce.
Theso goodd are the best
quality ever imported to Hono
lulu. Our prices have never
been met in goods of the same
J. T. WATERHOUSE
, Qiteen Street.
j FOP.T STREET,
.Finest Turnouts in City.
Wagonettes and Surries
With Careful Drivers always on
Hacks at All Hours.
dvTKIiKPHONK ai. -vn
Btanii: J'Vrt mill Merchant Ktieotc
JiveniiHj HuUctin, 7Gc, per month,
Just Like Gold Coin.
For more than fifty years
has PERRY DAVIS' PAIN
KILLER stood the test
against all remedies prepared
to eradicate pain, and today
stands at the head of the list
among tho medicines that are
so essential to keop at hand in
It is not a now fanglo reuitdy
nor do the proprietors lay
claim to any wonderful revela
tion of the ingredients that en
ter into the manufacture of
this ever popular remedy.
It is perfectly harmless, you
need have no fear of becoming
habitually inclined to its use.
For Colic, Cramps, Dysen
tery, Colds, and all painful
affections, a few doses will cer
tainly give relief. You cannot
afford to be without a bottle
in the house.
Your forofathers used it
and found it beneficial.
Why experiment with some
remedy that is new and itff effect
on tho system unknown?
It has many rivals but no
i Tho now 35c. size con
tains over double the quantity
of the 25c. size.
Hollister -:- Drug
Sole Agents (or the Inland.
8oon Be ComirigO'lF
Graduating classes want
class photos made. Lower
classes ought to have
them, too. We waat to
do all the college work
this year. Our posing
and grouping are not sur
We know our prices are
as low as the finest work
Fort, Street, Honolulu.
Eagle -:- House
The Eagle Bouse 1b the Coolest
and most HandBoiutty Furulfhed in
French-American Cooking t
with an excellent arrangement of
the Menu. .
EDWARD A. KOSTA,
633 lm Proprietor.
HAVING E8TABLI8UED A MODERN
plant for hulling, polishing and Maortlng
coffee, we ate prepared to buy and clean
coffee in the parchment. .
MODERATE CHAM HADE FOR CLEANING
gtr Apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,
Piptr Hanger and Dtcarator
Tidnnrt Orders attended to with dlsimtcb.
All work ph fully nnrl promptly ox.
RT Ovm-ni Hmlth Htreet, with Bntnuel
KaliolooftTilnnl 1'uu. HtMldoucoi 1'alanm,
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1897.
Bead what Axel's 8arspariuVdld
for the Rev. Z. P. Wilds, a well
known city missionary In Now York
and brother of tke late eminent
"I was for many years a sufferer
from boils and other eruptions of a
llko nature, caused by tho impover
ished state of ray blood. My appe
tite was poor and my system a good
deal ruu -down. Knowing tho valuo
of Ayer's Sarsaparllla, by, observa
tion of the good it had done to others, .
I began taking it My
almost from the first dose ; then my
general health improved, and now it
is excellent, I feel ,a .hundred per '
cencsirouger, ami i attribute this
result to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, which
I recommend with all.confldence as
the best blood medicine ever
For all disorders resulting from
poor or corrupted blood uud general
Hollister Drug Coil,' Ltd.
tole Agents for the Republic ot Hawaii.
TT.va .Timr. T7arAiv0f1
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cor a. o. jubucu
.... AN INVOICE OP ....
Laces, Etc., Etc.
. AX80 ,
For Ladles ami GenU.
'Traveling and Cycle
IV A choice selection of tbe. Latest
Von HoltrBlo.kl Kintt Street.
Real Estate Broker.
209 Msrotust Street.
12 Chineso Granite nitohlng rontj$5
1 Safeey in fine order; prloo $200..
House and Lot. 7&X1S5 ft., on No. 71
Voung treetj parlor, 3 bedroomt , kltobeu
Lot on Wilder arenne lOOiSOOft.. (enoed:
price $2100. ,
Boom in Bobello Lane; dlninR-room.
kitchen, bntbrooiu, cairUge linue nnil
Btubls; large yard.
.... AN INVOICE OF ....
Dry and Extra Dry Wine
In pints and quarts, Junt to hand
In excellent condition, direct from
FREMINBT & KIL3. For bftlo
at low rate by . . .
GONSALVES & CO.,
0'0-lni Qucmi Street.
Architect and Superintendent
Ek. Ofliro: 305 Fort stroot,
SprookolH Block, Room 5,
IN THE 'HIGHER COURTS
jAMMiiAmMir.i.i. t-o.im.srN vali
dity or imjo.tii: r.i. t.tv.
r. r.mn HIbIkik rnr Trnotre nf Hay
..111 KilnlnwJllilirm.nl lu ' '
n Aarlrnl Ce.
Judgment has beou entered for
tho defendantfto recover S17.80
costs from the ' plaintiff, in tho
debt suit of C. Akaua vs. J. R.
Mackenzie, the appeal of
dant fronf the' District
Court haVing been sustained.
Fred. H. Hayseldon has resign
ed as trustee of 'Ibo estate of tho
late Jas. G. HAysdlden, on ac
count' of waul of tide' to attend to
the duties. Mrs. Esther A.
Quigley, formerly idow
of the said Jas'. G. Hayselden,!
who lives at Oakland, Cat., peti
tions the Circuit Court for the ap
pointment of E. Faxon Bishop as
the new trustee. Mrs. Quigley
nnd ber two sons, Percy James
Hayselden unci Thomas William
Hayseldon, living with ber aro
liiu nolo surviving heirs of the
Judge Carlor gave judgment iu
the replevin case of Frank Telles
vs. Albert Trask and Sarah
Trask, on the defendants' plea in
bat that there t was an exiitiag
..judgment in a former suit. The
judgment awaraavaunary nouse
bold effects to the plaintiff, and
a piano and five pictures and
frames to the defendants, costs
to be divided. Mr. (ireighton for
tho plaintiff noted an exception to
intiu noteu an exeoption to
ithe award,tojlBieiiriaiUi mnA TntlWerlw,, matrae. Had ho been
1krMiioi6f ceaU. Mr. Wood
represented the defendants. Tbe
ease is mossgrown with age, hav
ing been appealed from the Dis
trict Court by O. W. Aabford.then
attorney for plaintiff, ob Jalv
Jas. Campbell by his attorneys,
A. 8. Hartwell, Kinney fe fialloa
and A. Q. M. Robertson, has
brought a bill in equity for in
junction against Jonathan Shaw,
uoiieotor uenerai or internal
Taxes, to enjoin him from oollect
ins income tax from tbe cjm
plainant. The ground of the com
plaint is.tbat the Income Tax Aot
of 1896 is unconstitutional.
Editob Btxnino Bulletin:
In reference to an item which
appeared in last Monday's Bulle
tin Btating that advices bad been
received that "tbe Qovernment of
Japan has 'abolished' such is the
word usedthe Kobe 'Immigra
tion Company,'" allow me space
to say that your information is
wholly incorrect. Tbe fact is that
our company is still in existence
and will continue to do business
here and elsewhere. My state
ment that your article is correct
may be verified at the Japanese
Consulate iu this city. Yours
truly, S. Fukdda,
Agent Kobe Immigration Com
pany. The information camo in a
letter from Japan to n high official.
Telephone Snperliitriidrtit Out.
G. S. Gillespie, who came here
from Los Angeles a few months
ago to become superintendent of
tbe Mutual Telephone Company,
retired from that position this
morning. Difficulty with tbe
directorate waB tho cause Mr.
Gillespio loaves tho work
of rewiring tho system, by
the cable mothod, in a much uu
fiuishod fitato although ho mado
groat progress ou it for a whilo.
A successor lo him will ho sought
iu California, In tho mpantimo
O. A. Builoy, tho hoad liuoman,
takes ohargo of tho system.
Tho finest of hnmkfuHt siiiisiigon
urn lo liu hud at tlio Ci'iitnil Moat
Market ou Nuimnii uvuiiuo. Tolo
THE MARSHAL REPLIES
TO CIIAKIit.N AllAMHT TUB I'OI.ICE
Diirk Not Hrlleva JpH Vn Mpealt
liiK Ike rrntk WMm'Hc Huld
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Chas. J. McCarthy -this morn
ing received the following letter
from Marshal Brown, which is
'self-explanatory : '
Dear Sir: In regard to the
chargo made by Ota, Japanese
employed in the Criterion Saloon,
that he was robbed by certain
police officers upon tho occasion
of his arrest on Jane 5, 1897, on
charge of being.drnnk, I. wish' to
state that I have carefully investi
gated as far as I havo been ahle,uud
from the evidence 1 do not believe
the police office to be guilty of
tho charge -M made by tho Jark
That the Japanese, Ota, lost his
money that night I do not doubt,
hut 1 feel that he is blaming the
police for tho loss of tho same
without anyjust grounds fordoing
It is ono. of those matters whero
I feel, upon the evidence as I
have heard it, that the officers are
telling the troth and should be
backed up and supported by jbo.
The statement of Ota, the Jupa
neBe,.IjoonBidario be largely ex
aggerated, and his statement that
at the time of his arrest he was
taking no part whatever in the
disturbance i which called the
oocBpyli the position and doing
what he ' says he was at the time
the oOosrs arrived, be never
would have bees arrested.
i The halftFortagaeae sailor, who
it alleged' to have been on the
spo at vtha, tiaae has, as far as I
am able to learn, shipped out of
My theory of the matter is that
Ota was taking a hand in the dis
turbance going on at that placo
and during such sorimmsge lost
his money. His statement that
on tbe way down to the Police
Station the two officers who had
him in custody were both feeling
in his pockets for money, and that
one of them asked him if he had
any gold, ' seems to me most un
This is a matter, however, whloh
I should, prefer to havo thorough.
ly tried in the courts of this coun
try father than have it rest with
my decision. As I have said I do
not believe the police officers to be
guilty, and for that roason I do
not wish to prosecute them as
head of this Department.
I (would not stand in the way,
however, of a prosecution by an
attorney for tho Japapes, which
I hope for the satisfaction of
yourself and thoso who may think
tho polico officers guilty, may bo
brought and tried boforo tho pro
I remain, yours truly,
A. M. Brown,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
Mr. McCarthy does not conoid
er tho abovo letter as at all satis
factory and will probably mnko a
complaint againBt the throo polico.
men involved in the courso of tho
day. Ho does not see, however,
why he should be put to tbe ex
pense of $25 or $50 to hire outsido
uttotneyB to prosecute u charge
which is clearly in the province) of
the Attorney General's depart
ment. uki'artiikk or tiii: alapikiia
Large Crowd at Ine Wlmrf lo Mve the
Thoro was a vory larco number
of peoplo at Pacific Mail wharf
this morning to koo tho Alameda
off and it tvas fully half uu hour
aftor tho advertised time before
bug got away. Tho Govoinmout
bund wiib on hand to make things
lively. Prominent among dopnrt
ing puflBongorn woro pt-OoiihiiI-Gunoral
Ellin MUIh and wifo and
II, A, Baldwin and hrido.
Priob 5 Cknts.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
II.U INSITCTTOK FOR IIUNOf.UI.1)
Pat Inkers Tilk'w lothr lliicud- TM
ttiiirjtr ti ! tha Leper Metliv-
, ' Killed.
Yith the exception of Dr. Day
then) was a full n.temluuco of
members and officers of the Board
of Health at its mpelitig yestordny
After the reading of tho minutes
the usual reports from the
slaughterhouses, fish markets and
undor1 tbe Act to Mitlgalo- wore
read and filed.
President Smith said tho ro
commendation of tho Board in
reyuul to the sdcation of Dr. L.
F, Alvarez for the Berlin confer
ence had been favorajWy acted on.
by the Executive Obriocil and a
Mr Smith next called nttontion
to tho fact that no more, monny
was available from.the present ap
propriation for carrying on tho
work of inspecting uowb foi tuber
culosis. It was tho general opinion
that the work should go on. Dr.
Monsarrat solved the difficulty by
Btating that Dr. Shaw and bimr
self would continue the work until
tha Legislature met. if,$$
Several minor matters affectinir
the leper settlement were acted oh, ' v.,
among them being a proposition 'jt !
to slauchter all docs over IS in-i "-v
chee high and all female dogs of ' .-ItLS
"draft a "regulation for tho aamo .
for action at next week's meeting,
the rule to take effect September.
President Smith nexl brought
np a proposition to appoint a
milk inspector for this district,
stating that it was backed up by
tbe Dairymen's Association. He
was personally in favor of it hat
there were no funds available for
. Paul Isenberg, who was pre
sent by invitation, addressed tha
board, stating that tbe Associa
tion desired tbe appointment of
Buoh an official for its own pro
tection. It was testing all its
milk and wanted the milk of other
dairies and peddlers similarly
treated. Tbe Association for the
present would stand all the ex
pense incurred. Ho had spoken
to Dr. Shaw on the matter and he
was willing to accept the position.
The inspector must be given power
to examine milk anywhere at any
hour of the day or night and
as often as he pleased. Tber was
such a thing as drivers watering
milk even after jt had been tested
und tho fear of detection at tbo
hands of an inspector would stop
A motion prevailed that Dr.
Shaw be appointed an r.gont of
tbe Board of Health with special
reference to tbe inspection of
milk, tho Board to assumu no res
ponsibility for his compensation.
Dr. Monsarrat made tho follow
ing report on dairy cows tested for
July 13 21 co we tagged 5 20
touted; C condemned; 1 not tusted;
I to be retested.
July 1923 tugRed; 19 tested;
II condemned; 4 not tested.
Reports were received from Dr.
Eldrcdgo of Yokohama, covering
the period from Jane 28 to July G.
President Smith mado the an
nouncement that iu a privuto
letter Dr. Day had notified him of
bis return by the Belgio on tho
Matters concerning the treat
ment of lopor suspocta and the
hiring of nurses for tho new Hilo
hospital werodiscuRsed informally
hut aotion doforred.
The Board then went into
On account of departure, the
furnituro for throo rooms for
light lioiiHO keeping, and a good
payiug husitiCBB will ho mild
cheap, Apply to Mndatnn Yule,
at No, fill) Xuuutm ptioet, necoud
hoiiao holov; tho lingln llotuo.
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