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jfc T" s a j3"i; wi tV jTy 'nHQJFH , a ,&$&? . 'TTjIJ 5mt i 31 "Jim ' . ? Evening Bulletin VOL. I. NO. 7. HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1895. PRICE 5 CENTS. . fmW ? h r (. 1 s M 4 ,i ."I . li v f i' Mr v ; .- s Eyerjir, Bulletin i TubliBlicil every day except Sundny nt COO King Street, Honolulu, H. I. SUllSCItlPTION HATES. Per Month, nnywliero in tho Hn- waiinn inlands 8 CO '.Per Year. 6 00 ' Dn Vi n nui Ml t rl 4n Ainfl rt on '' A' " f,T Cnnnd'n, or Mexico 9 00 '. ' Ter Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries '. 12 00 li I'nynblo Invariably In Advance. 1 Advertisements unaccompanied by opecitlc instructions insqrtcu till ordered out Advertisements discontinued boforo expiration of specified poriod will bo charged ns if continued. for full term. Liberal allowance onyearly,hnd half yearly contracts. Address all communications to tho edi tonal department to "iuiitor unueun. Business letters should bo addressed to "Manager Evening Bulletin." torial department to "Editor Bulletin." business letters on 'Manager Evening ft on P. O. Box 80. Telephone 250. B. ,L FINNEY, Manager. BnaineM Oorda. XjSWZBS ft OOOXX, luroBTxaa aud Dxalibs ih Luhbib ahd 4 ALL UKDS Or BUTLDIKO MATUIAU. Fort B treat, Honolulu. .. K. KAOXFKUDi OOm Oshibal Commission Aoxbts. Oornsr Fort and. QtiMn BtrsU, Boaoiala. IHOB. UKD8AT, Mahdfactubiho Jcwbleb AMD Watch- KAXBB. Ctucal Jewelry specialty. fxOoa'i attention paid to all kinds oi ropaln Campbell Block, Merchant Street. HONOIAJLTJ IEOIT WOSXS, Stiam Esoinks, Buoab Hills, Boilbbs, COOlsbs. Icon, Brass ahd Lxas Oastinos. Mnoninery of Btstt DescrlptlJn Made Ui tUidar. ParUoalar attention -paM toHhlps Blaeksmitbing. Job Work exeooted ot I'hort Nott. O.' B. DWIOHT Dots all kinds of Work in Cement & Htnne Sidnwaiks & Carton. H h on Imtid lr mipply of (' nwp 'KUit Curh ami sIwav- i.eps Hit ' waluin Uurhiug oimie. Ktiniol -lv' tnd lowest pnoH Mmnrmt BHTipliont 833. llA-Mf Atlas Assurance Co. OX IiONDOST, ASSETS, - - - $10,000,000. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS Agents for Havraiiau Islands. Wall Paper ! ' We have Jiwt lteclved direct from New York the Largest Invoice AND Greatest Variety Ever brought here at one time. Patterns of 1895 Prices Keducedl WILDER & CO., Limited. rilBBI JOKES. T, A. SlUttot JONES '& SIMPSON, iccoontants aod Commission Agon-. HOUSE, LAND AND General Business Agency. Conveyancing and LegO Document Drawn Up. DltAWINQB AND TKA0ING8 MADE a- Tranilatlom in French, Oerninn Btmnlsh, PortURiieM. Dutch, Dalian nixl llawallan, Jllfli Collected and Aucoumt Adjaited, " Offloo, sob MoroUarxt BV Wffl. 6. iTWffl & CO. (LiMirmD) Wm. Q. Irwin, President and MaaKr Glaus Bnreckels, - - VtM-PrwMant W. M. Qiflard, Becrttary afl Traianrtr ThM. O. Porter Auditor Sugar Faotora -AHD- Comxnisaion Afftnte. AGKNT8 OF THE Mosaic Steangkly CtMpaiT, K BA.f yUAHUlBOO, PAX. li. Tkl. 881. Mutual Tax. WW P. O. BOX 821. HOKTOIIjTJXjU i , . , , I JUTiage MamiiaCtOlY ! " " J 128 4 130.FOBT STREET. I t i Carriage Builder AND BKPAIUKR. Blacksmithiig IN &. Orders from the other Islands in BtUH, TriawlBl, PriU. Efe-. Bto Promptly Attended to. W. W. "WEIGHT, Pbop. (BaetMtor to G. Yfttt,) Jewelry ! Our stock of Spring Goods is acknowledged by everybody to be the finest on the Honolulu market, and consists of everything i Useful and Ornamental. Our prices are moderate, j Jewelry in special designs i manufactured to order on short notice. ! JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER, P. O. Box 287. Fort Street. HOP" BDLNG & CO.. OT HOTEL BTKEET. iQ u Wholesale Dealer In Lifinors aad Hills ilipc General Chinese Merchandise .DOII A - Nnt OUa,.Bloe, MatUnp Ohlnete BUka, Teaa, Cte. CnglUb and iMerictn Oroeeri By Every Coast Bteamei. MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147. Illustrated Catalogue We EXPORT General "atnliv and PJuuta Uon Supplies In any quantity. Be-id Inj our Yearlj', Monthly and Dally Price List. 414-418 Front Street, Ban Franclboo, Callloruta. G-. E. SMITHIES. Jr.coDDtant, Collector dJ Copyist. ODIcu with 0. 1), Chase, Huh DopnMt llullil lug, 40tl Fort Stroot. THlephuiie I "4. TrieColl9otloiiofUuYtriiiiintlilii H.clalty, l'.'7fl-lf RESTORED TO HEALTH I1V TIIK URK Of Ayer's Sarsaparilla Mrs. SI. A. Cummlne, of Ynrrnvlllo, Vlclorln, Auttriilla, njt "Aliout n year ago, I lind a severo attack ol Influenza, which left mo very weak, with out energy, appetite, or Interest In lite Ob taining little) or no relief from doctors, or from the many remedies recommended to me, I finally tried A)crs S.irsnimrllla.nnd from that time, I began to gnlu health and strength. ( continued the treatment until fully recov ered, and now havo very great pleasure In telling my friends of the merits of Ayer's Sar saparilla, and the happy results of Its use. 1 consider it the best blood-purifier known." Ayer's Sarsaparilla Has cured others, will euro you. Made by Dr. J. C. Ayer 4. Co., Loirell,Mau.,U.S-A. vilders Steamship Go. i t& TIME TABLF ' WItlHT Prfs. b. B. KOBE, Bee. ('nt. J. A. KING, Port Supt. i. Stmr. KINAU, CLARKE. ConinuDder, vi leavt- Hunolnln at 'i r. n., tonohlnKat itialna. Maalaea Bay and Makena the . I hiiim rlav: Mnhukona. Kawalbae and Laa nliohoe the following day. arriving at nt.. tb tame evening LEAVa8"HOK01.DU. ABKIVEH HONOLULU. Tnesday ... May M I Tuepilay May 21 Kridav. . ..My2l Hriditv MayWl Tnesday. June 4 Tnesday ....Jane It Friday .... June 4 I Friday June 21 Tuetaay... June 25 I Tne-ifoy. . .Jnly 2 Vriday July 6 I Frldey July 12 xnesnav . . July iti frlday July 2 Friday.. . Tnesday . , Friday. .. ..Aug. 2 ..Aug. 13 ..Auc. 23 Tuesday... . Aur. .0 Friday... .. Anp. 10 Tnesday, . Aug. 27 Tuesday .Fept 3 rM ay &ew. u Friday Pent. 13 Tuesday . . Sent. 17 Tuesday.... Bent. 24 riaoy,... Tuesday . . Friday . . Tuesday . . Friday. Taesd.y., Friday . . . Tnday Friday. . Sept. 27 Friday ()o 4 uct. h xu.naay net. io Oc'.lO Friday Ort 2 ..Oet.2iTnsday ...Nor. 8 Nov. j Frluav Nov. 10 Nov. 10 I Tut-tday . . Nov. 2o Nov. W Friday... Pc. C Dec, 10 Tno'day ... D-c. 17 Dc, "O I Friday. ... Deo 27 ita.uiu -f t. .. . u.no at 1 o'clock p. m u'irtiiu m Lrftupaboehoe, Maha run and Kau-iiar same day; Makani, Mnai.rtt l') an Ihslna the following tr- arriving m Mi.inlnlu the afternoons of Tu-Buaj s and Fridays XW No Freigbt will be received after IS uoon on day ot lalling. Stmr. CLAUDINE, CAKEBON. Gotuuafer, Will leave Honolnlu Tneidaye at 0 r. ., touching at Kaholul. Hana, Uamoa and Kipahala, Meat. Retnmlng arrives at Honolulu Bnnday npomlDgs, Will coll at nu, Kanpo, on second trip nf each month. & No Freight will be received after i r. u. on day of tailing. r- This Company vrill reserves the right to make changes in the tlmeof departuie and arrival ol its sttarners without notice and it will not be responsible for any conse quences arising thrrefiom. Consignees must be at the Landings to receive their Freight; this Company will not hnld Itself responsible for freight after It ia been landed. Live Btock only at owner'a risk. '1 his Company will not be responsible for .tunev or Valuables of passengers unless plimd In the ourv of Pursers. rtttt-ntors art requested to purchase tickets b fore emburklng. Those falling to do ho will bo subject to an additional charge of twenty-live per cent, HOMESTEAD FOB. 8 A I.E. A COTTAGE AND LOT for sale. Inquire at the Arlington Burlier Bbop Hotel Btrtet. lit'lMw NOTICE. rpjIK UNDKItBIONBI) WILL NOT HE X rm)iinllile for uny debts unntrtcted lJ any ptmmi without his written order, ' ' ANTONIO K. OASTIIU. HonalBlfl, .May If, 16, JHlO-lw Til 12 XfeW VOLCANO. The Whole. Native Population is 12xeite.il. About half-past ten o'clock this morning a nunibor of nntivo women were bathing in the vicinity of the bark Sumtitra, now being dis mitntled. Ampng her stores tire a number of life-buoys, to whicli are attached a gasoline apparatus which shows a light at 'sea for twelve hours or more. One of these is said to have .been thrown over board this morning to scare tho aforesaid native women. A few seconds afterwards the whole busi ness exploded, and general .repbrt now says that a now volcano has broken out. There aro even those .who Bay that on tho first flash, ' which was somo four feet in j height, tho picturo of a new ruler was distinctly seen. Anyhow tho I whole native population is aroused I over the matter, and tho Nuuanu 1 9 street wharf, tho bark S. N. Castle . and other sh'ips in tho vicinity are literally crdwfleu' with sight-seers. The kahunas have been (tuick to ! I take advantage of the occurrence j and prophesy that a new volcano will arii-e out of seven feet of the Pacific ocean, and that another monarch will ascend the throne of Hawaii before thoernption is'over. As a matter of fact there periodical eruptions of steam, ure :ic" i companied by occasional flashes of fire about every three minutes, the location being on the Ewa fido of the bark Sumatra and only a few feet from it. Tho bark lies about midwuv between the Nuuanu street ami thou. K. d: l.. Uj.'s wlmrvcs. I There are as many rumors as to i tho cause of the curiosity as there . wero )eople watching it every man had his opinion aud he ex pressed it. Lighthouse Keeper Williams Bays two Japanese had an argument as to tho relative merits of a certain brand of matches; ono of them contended that water would not effecLthem, and to prove it throw a box overboard and tho sun's rays set them on fire. They were shown to bo water-proof. Another individual who declines publicity through the newspapers says it's an indication that tho Le hua has found a cache of opium and the surprise waB so great that the bed of th'e ocean was eo affected that it ' shows its surprise by fre quent outbursts of fire, j Tho captains of vessels in tho' harbor aro inclined to tho boliof that by somo supernatural means tho "hoo doo" has gone from the Sumatra and lies at tho bottom of the' bay as a warning to other cap tains. A physician from the other isl ands on a visit hero says it is a new procc-s of fumigation he is ex perimenting with and that lie didn't know tho thing was loaded. When it went off he throw it over board. Tho abulias Fay it all coined from of their prayers and incantations againfet certain peo plo in tho government. Tho mltl is nigh and monarchy will bo ies lored at 0 p. in. uo.vt week. Another authority has it that Unreini IHshop and Dootor Hodgurx were dUeiisHing a vuliuno of tho Hawaiian ami tho llnHlioj of wit came nt euoli a fast and Uirlouu rati Umt'tlio water caught flro, v IB As a matter of fact the trouble was caused by throwing, overboard a patent life preserver that had caught fire from spontaneous com bustion in tho hold of tho bark Sumatra. The chemicals with which tho lifo buoy is inflated are of a character that is not effected by water and will burn for some time. POLICI2 GOUKT. ilutle Perry lloitch Oevuiileil To-day. Ab stated in yesterday's Bum.kti.v Judge Perry was about again. Ho got there this morning in time to open court just tho samo as if he. had not been in bed with tho grip for about ten days. Now when Judge Perry gets on the bench, most peo plo know that he means business and, ho went at it this morning just as though he did not know the debilitating effect of the' malady he mi i,, suffering from. J. F. Souza, is an individual who by tho grace of tho Hawaiian Gov ernment and the Attorncv-Gcncral i,ag niui tj10 dj.rge agnj118t him reduced to the extent that it only reads: "Violating section 9 of chap ter D of penal code," which in plain English means assaulting ' 1 t...2I- t--L "T' Ttf !" I ami uuuuriiig iura. .J. r. couzu. Whether the parties aro related to the celebrated bandmaster or not, , the reporter could not discover from the records and Professor Ber ger was not in sight. Ah Loy is an individual who testified that he was agent for the company which leases the Chinese wash-houses near the King street bridge. .Mr. Loy was testifying in tl0 c;iao of The Hcpublic of 11a- wan vs. Uhun ajand Ah l.iu, and it was mainly tin his statements ' that the defendants got thirty days each for running a wash-house without first interviewing tho Min ister of tho Interior. "Mendoza" w.ns charged with vagrancy, but evidently had sense enough to keep his mouth shut. Ho is reported on tho re cords of the Court as "standing mute" and he evidently did it in great shape, as the Court ordered a plea of not guilty entered in his behalf because he would not do it himseff. Tlie I'uolili! Hardware Co. Among tho most attractive show windows in town are those of tho Pacific Hardwaro Co. They pro sent to-day a regular art exhibi tion. Prominent among the dis play is tho picturo of tho late Dr. Trousseau from tho brush of a local artist, views of the different squads of tho Citizen's Guard, in one of which Paul Isenborg occupies a prominent position. There aro several photographs of tho Philadelphia's boy's scaling the Kawaiahao church walls, ono of the schooner Wahlburg at an chor in San Diego bay, a painting of Makapuu Point by D. Howard I Hitchcock and other works of art that attract tho attention of pilfers !l "N.F. BURGESS Is now prepared Ut repair Garden Hom, Sprinklers, Water Tap, efi. Baw Klllrw , and all kinds of Tons slurnrned, Inolurf. I Imk Carving Knlv ami Hoi mo m lAwn I Moner.a siKiqlAltvi alio Butting ()l lu fact all kinds ol lotiniiig, work uuiiim lor mill -eturiied Hinu up vj .Mutual xei. ' . ?M JR. a ",c fi '1& t" ;A tf ),?' '", J9 r. -,' t ffft ii ,, '.L)W.i 'W.ltttelw kMkmi&mi JZJh.l f v r rYft rriWiti 'nr MHmammmnn