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VOL. 1. NO. 16G.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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A TERRIBLE CASE OF
Mrs. i:. Wyntt, of l'ort llond, Went
lllnflitinmli, He. Atmtriiltn. wrile of
tlio m! ciimltllon of lirr llttlo dangli
ler, wIioau portrait .lio nlw sends!
"My (laughter was afflicted with
Ec7em:i of the mo.st aggravated
type. Tim disease first appeared in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
began to full out, and in spite of
the best medical advice ami treat
ment she grew steadily worM). Tho
sores were full of matter and wero
extremely offensive. Her eyes bo
caiuo affeuted, and she was. In truth,
in a terriblo state. My neighbors
wero very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded me to try Ayer's Sarsa
parilla, and I am most thankful to
bo ablo to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health. She has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, her eyes aro perfectly we!!,
and sho Is a flno girl of eight jears
with every prospect of growing up
to bu a strong atid healthy woman."
gold Medals it the World's Chlel Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Republic) of Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
TllOM JAN. 1ST TO JUNK IsT, 1895.
G H Mum in fc Co.'s extra
dry . .. 30,831
Potnmory fc Greno 11,708
Hoidsiock cc Co., (dry
Louis It ederer 3.-1U8
Perrier Jouot 3.280
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. MnroOuUS 33t
Ghas. Uoidsiook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Bdo AgontsforG. ll.Mumm &Co,
for tho ljawniiun Islands,
AMI y 1mK5
VIEWS OF ADMIRAL WALKER
BIY.'VY MOIIC Villi's oir WWII
'olc to Tnllt of War Willi Any
i:uriicnii 1'nHpr In flip I'i-omiiI
Condition of the Nm-.
WaSHixutox, November 14.
Admiral John ,G. Walker, who
represents tlio progrc&sivo elemont
of tho now Navy, legards coiiRt
defonsos and tlio Navy ns c imple
ments of eaoh other that is to
Buy, no grout country can protect
itself without both systems of de
fense "I nm h good American," sitd
Admiral "Walker today, "but I
cannot shut my eyes to tho cold
facts. Wo nro not propared today
to engage in war with any first
oluss power. Wo are in tho position
China occupied in her recont
struggle with Japan. Wo h.ivo u
vast population, great woalth,
boundless resources and intonso
putriotisn., but wo cannot main
tain an ofl'ensivo or defensive at
titudo against any ono of hnlf a
dozou loroign countries. What
Goneral Miles savs about tho do
fensoless condition of our coast
cities is entiroly correct.
"It is true that Now York and
San Francisco aro bettor protect
ed than other commercial cities,
but even they would bo holpless
ng.iiDst tbe aBsnultsof powoiful
irouclnds. So far as the remain
ing cities aro concerned Ihoy
Ii.ivo no protection whatever.
"Congr?ps ought to utuko libor
ul appropriations for coast de
fenses una for additional ships of
war. Moio than anything elso
wo need a strong navy. If we had
a dozen buttlo-ships of thO Indi
ana class on tlio Atlantic Const
we would defy us powerful ft'
mnrit'mo country as Great Brit
ain. Wo liavo now four battle
ships building and two others
have boon appropriated for. Wo
need nt lonst soven more. If
CongrobK would vota the money,
two of tho ships should bo givon
to the Cramps, two to tho Hunt
ington ynrds at Non-port News,
one to the Union Iron Works nt
San Francisco and tho oti.ier8
ought to bu built in Vue navy
yards at Brooklyu an-,1, Norfolk.
"With anything iike rt fttir
system of, coast defense wo would
itleh bo boyond tho probability of
war. Thoro 'noulu be no moro
Corinto incidents; no moro talk of
foreign aggression on American
soil. Tho United States would bo
pro-eminent on tho Amorican con
tinent. The greutest preventive
against war is to be fully prepured
"What about the Pacific Coast?"
"Three battle-ships would be
sufficient for thoso wators, as tho
only probability of troublu there
might bo with the countries to the
south of us, end threo such ves
sels would amply protect us from
"A battle-ship is not needed in
times of peace, but it is indispon
aible in cuso of war. When not
actively ongiged it cun be luid up
in ordinary, mid tho polioe work
of tho ocean can be porformod by
small gunboats, which would not
bo effective in battlo, but which
uro useful to carry tho flag. This
is tho policy pursued by Great
Britain, who sends her gunboats
abroad, whilo ber powerful iron
clads, which aro mere exponsivo
to keep in commission, remain on
tho home stations."
"Could Groat Britain, for ex
amplo, Hond all of ber navy to tho
United States in the ovent of war
botweon tho two countries?"
"No; I doubt if she could soad
liulf of lior vessels, for she cannot
leuvu her interests in other parts
of tho world unprotected. Hut
HONOLULU, H. I, SATURDAY,
evon n part of her great nuvy
would bo sufficient to give us
grent trouble, at tho start, at
loast. On tho othor hund, if wo
met her with u dozou poweilul
battle-ships on tho Atlantic o.st.
with such othor resources us we
would possoss, wo would no
donbt wiu the strugglo. Mean
while, we would throw 500,000
mon into Canada within u few
wcoks, so thifight would not bo
so one sided ns it might as first
gin noo iipponr."
"But you think th.it nt tho
present time England nrnnvf
tho continental powors.y would
hnvo us nt n disadvantage?"
''Undoubtedly. "Jf- !ess to
talk iibout War WiJ-lii.,v Hirnnrr
Europonn country iu our prcent
condition. " " .
i.ti: imiii:m;n- nkws.
Supplementary Item, Cnlli-il From
Lieutouant-Commuiider W. S.
Cowles, United Sbttos Naval at
tache at London1,' is ongaged to
Miss Boosovolt, sister of James
R. Boosevolt, tho Secretary of the
United Stales Embassy.
Mrs. Edith S. Trowbridgo of
California is suing a Now York
boardiug-Louso koopor for 515.000
damages for injuries sustained by
tho collopse of u folding bod.
Mrs. Stanford expects n favor
able decision from tho federal
Supreme Court. Sho puys the
University costs hor 1000 n day.
It is reported that the Congo
Froo State bus p.iid 30,000 in
demnity for tho irreguljr execu
tion of tho British trad- fllmrles
Stokos, hanged last' iy t
Lindi by order of Captain Lo
tbair, a young Belgian officer, tho
claim being made that Stokes,
who was an ex-missionary, hud
been guilty of soiling amis to tho
natives without warrant of mili
tary, or civil law.
Postmaster Gonoral "Wilscn has
issuod a uouoral fraud order in
cluding all tho alleged lottery
companies, uotn in tho United
yiuloa and oloewheto, nnd direct
ing all pi;tuiabterh of the C'J'.'iitry
to innrk mail font t' tlieso com
panies as fraudulent and roturii it
to tho senders.
Tlio Panama jJailroad Co. has
drawn up 'oontracts which are
ready to 'DQ signed for the ostnb
lishijiont of n now stonmship lino
on the Pacific Coast and nlso ono
from New Orleans to Colon, and
it intends, so it claims, to start in
with a ruto-cuttinc camnnicn at
uu early duto unless tho Pacifio
Mail Compuuy within u few days
uccepts its ultimatum. It is said,
however, thut Mr. Huntington is
now ready to mako a compro
mise. Archbishop Nicholas of tho
Itiifsian ohiiich is visiting tho
W. lf. Brooks, editor of the
Nashville, Tenu., Daily Ilorald,
has beon sent to jail for contempt
of court in rofusing to answer
q-iestious relating to nllegatuuis
made in the paper thut the Sun
day laws wore oponly violated
Mrs. Potent, wifo of the pastor
of Calvary Baptist Church. New
Haven, Conn., whoio the Chris
tian Wnrkor's Convontiou wiib
lately hold, atone of tho sessions
condemned Yalo University us a
plnco conducive to tho ruin of
Montian of the dancing and
boating party givon by tho Heu
laui Boat Club on tho evo of
Thanksgiving Day was omitted in
the proBsuro on space in yester
day's itsue. There woro about
two hundrod people present, who
had a fine timo. President Lan
sing nnd othor officers and mem
bers puid good attontion to tbo
guests. Thorewas boating in tho
harbor with sail and oar,onjoyod
by many, ltofroshmoiits woie in
NOVEMBER 30. 1895.
copy oi' ie: i'ikm j: i;v it
JM Itl.lS '! r.
Iloiv Klrii; Cluirlen ol (jrout IlrllHln
AiltcrllNtd lorllm Kiturn ol lit
A fow words on advertising may
be both amusing nnd instructive
to reudors of the Bui.ixriN, es
pecially us tho writor in looking
over somo txchangs recently
came across somo th.it nro docid
odly unique and are worth repro
ducing us litorary cutiomics. Tho
following is the first ndvertiso
ment over published in a newspa
per anywhere or in any
language. It apojred in
tho London Mercurins Poli
ticus in tho year 1G52, and to its
author must bo bo given tho title
of tho "Father of advertising:"
Mono lla (Iratlolanl, nn Heroic I'oenr. buing
a Congratulatory l'aiicKjrlL- for mj Lord (itn
cnit's late return; iiramliiL' up lil iuceci
la Kx(Ullto mnnucr. To lie void lij .lolm
llulden, In the Sew Exchange, l.omlou
I'i Inttd liy Tlio. Ncwcourt, 105-J.
It is not known whothor tho
entorprisiug author and publisher
of tho above heroic poem mado
fortunes or not, but from the f.tct
of thoir advertising in a news
paper tho presumption is that
the) both mud i) largo accumula
tions of tho world's goods thoro
from, dind wotilthy and their heirs
squubbled ovor and squandered
their estates us is now tho
On tho 28th of Juno, 1GC0.
somebody sooms to hnvo stolen
ono of King Charles the Socond's
dogs and His Mnjosty caused an
advertisement to he insoited in
tho same paper for his return, in
which the canine was described
us "a smooth bluck dog, loss than
a greyhound," which was to bo
roturnod to John Ellos, or his
Majesty's B.ick Stairs. The
whelp, not boing returned, a
bocond and quite unique nppenl
for him is inserted;
Vo must call upon you nijitlu tot n Wok
doK, but Of u a greyhound ami n spanltjl, no
whlto about him only a btrcnk ou hi
breast, and a tail a little bobbed. It in hit)
Majesty's own dng, ami doubtless was
stolen, for tbo dog was not born or bred in
Iiiglaud, nml would never forsako his
mastor. Whoover fiuds him may acquaint
any at Whitehall, tor the dog was bet.er
known at court than those who stolo him.
Will they never leao robbing his Majesty?
Must ho not keen it dog? This dog's ilnco
(though Letter than nomo imsgine) is the
only jlacu which nobody offers to beg.
It is boliovod that this wns
written by King Charles himself,
us no ono elso would liuvo ustd
the familiarity with thut mou
aioh's numo which pervados overy
lino, and almost, indoed ovory
word. Thoro is much humor in
it "the dog was better known at
conrt'thau those who stolo him;"
whilo tho prevailing corruption
aud obsoquioiis'uess at court aro
felicitously hit off by tho observa
tion Hint "this dog's plnco (though
better than somo imagiuo) is tho
only place which nobody ofFeis to
In tho year 1722 tho "noble
hcionco of solf-defonso" was pub
licly practiced by womon us well
ns men, and thoro was no jawing
or backing und filling about
it. Corbett and Fitzsiuamous
and their coterio might well
take a lesson from tho follow
ing advertisements which appear
ed in thut year.
Challenge. I, Elizabeth Wilkinson,
of Olerkenwcll, having had some words
with Ilunnnh Itylleld, and requiring sat
isfaction, do write to her to meet upon
the etngo, and box mo for three guineas;
each woman holding half a crown in each
hand, and the first woman that drops the
money to lose the battle.
That Huunali know how to "put
up hor hands" may be intern d
from hor reply :
Ankwkii. 1, Hannah Itylleld, hearing
of tlio resolutions of hlizahuth Wilkin
nm, will not fail, (lod willing (t) to give
her moro hlow than words desiring
home blows and from her no favor Khu
may expect a guod thuiup'iig.
Tho manner nf deciding t
b.ittle propound by Klistibeth Wil
kinson must OHitiiinly have been
S'ltisfnetnrv. much moro so tlinii
tin' piis'-iit systom, but unfit-
i. l.-ly tlio lJULLETIN is nil- bit
to bl.itf whethor Mnnnnh Hyfiold
gavo hot- tho thumpiug sho pi o
niised or not. It may be stated
-., M' clnqion, however, that tho
i ' ' ,v. is tho boit advertising
medium in Hawaii.
Yi.siriMi Tin: i.i:i;:iis.
Ilonrtl f Health I,ruH ou Mourner
Kcauliou (or .lloliikut.
At 9 o'clock Inst night tho
stoamer Keauhou left for Kuluti
papa, with the Board of Hmlth
and puty abourd. Tho occasion
is the somi-uunual visit of tho
Board to tho Leper Sottloraent.
Tho following named constituted
tho expedition : Board of Huulth
J. T. Watorhouse, prosident; H.
K. Cooper, Minister of Foreign
Aff.iirs and ad interim Attorney
General; Dr. F. R. Day and David
Koliipio; Charlos Wilcox, secre
tary; C. B. Reynolds and J. D.
McVoigh, officers. Invited Miss
Kate Field of the Chicago Times,
W. B. Farrirgton of tho Adver
tiser, Edward Towso of tho Star,
Goorge Mausnn of the Bulletin,
J. It. Musick of Funk tfc Wag
nails Company, Doctors Bussol,
O.ipron , Hebbitt (U.S N. ) .Coopor,
Krystofovich, Pratt, Bydor and
Howard; Bishop of Panopobs,
Father Pamphilo and four Broth
ers: Senator H. Wutorhouso, W.
buthor Wilcox, interpreter,
Doputy Attornoy-Gr-noral A W.
Carter, Principal Richards of Ku
mohameha Schools, Missos Bossio
Roynolds and Jenkins. Mons.
Vizznvona. Fronch (acting) Com
missioner, saw the Bishop and his
party off. Tho expedition will
return tonight, leaving Futhor
Pamphilo (tho lute Futhor Da
mien s brother) and tho Brothers
with tho u llhcted pooplo.
To Study n Dsvnrrilnce.
Pnf-ssorFirdoriok Starr of tho
University of Chicago will loavo
pn Decombor 20 for Guntomala,
to be gOno about threo months.
"I will first go to Guadalajnra,
Moxico,'' ho said, "to study tbo
tho submerged oily iu Lake Chap
lf and tho 'Mountain Idiots,' in
habiting tho mountains near by.
This is a race of dtvarfs which has
been studied vory little, and my
intontion is to try to detorraine
whother theso pooplo aro racially
small or hnvo become so by
disouso. I will hnvo the assist
ance of Archbishop Gillon, nn
authority on dwarf races. In tho
interior of Guntomnlii pygmiosnro
stid to live iu caves aud holes in
tho ground, and speak lunguugos
not known to whito mon."
HAD OIL INVOICn.
Five Hundred CaCkiif Iliikalun That
Olll) Tc.U IUI.
Mr. Barnes, the niorohant, re
ceived by the S. S. Mount Leba
non from tho Oriont an invoice
of 500 cases of ltimsian petroleum
oil. Tho oil, on being subjected
to the Hash test only stood 107
degrees. As no oil can bo sold
lawfully under 115 dojrroos, tbo
lot is unmarketable hero. Tho
importor has boon trying to mako
nrrangemonts with Mr. Eramo-
lnth to bavo the oil taken out of
tho customs for fuel tit tho pino
apple oannory, but, as a mensuro
for such purposes failed to suo
coed in tho Legislature, tho pro
bability is that thoso ojsos of low
tot oil will bavo to follow the
ship Helon Hrewer's load of oil
out of tho country It is said
that tho invoico price of this Rus
sian oil is $2 n caso, for whioh
full tout Pearl uil onii bu got at
PlllCti 5 (JUNTO.
B THE HIGHER COURTS.
days if -nn:
SpnH'iicr I'cil tij Jiutc ."Jn;oiiii..
I'.ilierii on I'llc Voliiniliious
Itrl(f In Wilier t'uc.
Knnnknkni, clinrgcd with gim
ing. was c died in open court, but
thnrs wns no npp-firnuc of or for
him. Depnty Attorney Genera5.
Carter nskod for a nollo prosso-
qui, whioh was grunted and the
defondant wns discharged.
Judgo "Whiting hn6 ordered thai
letters of administration issuo to
Knhniiuumaikni undor !i20on
bond, for tho estnto of Mole Hoo-
moepulo of AVninlun, which is
valued at $5000. Dickey for pe
titioner. Judgo "Whitinc sat beside Judct
"iMngoon at tho opening of the
Circuit Court this morning.
J. M. Vivns nnd J. M. Teixera,
who had boon found guilty of
libel in thoir Portuguese paper,
wore fined $50 and $25 respective
ly and costs. Mr. Neumann, the
prosocuting attorney, had asked
for a light sontoDce.
Albeit Lucas wns brought up
for sentence upon his nlons of.
cuilty to three indictments for
ombezzlompiit from tho Govern
ment. Judgo Mngoon hnd rea
son to bolievo thut thoro vrort
mitigating circumstances, and ex
prossod regiotthata young man.
of ability should bo in such a
position. Tho sontoncos were
fines of two, thren and three
thousand dollars iu each caset.
making an aggregato of $8000,
with costs added.
Mr. Neumann has filed a bill of
exceptions to tho verdict for de
fondnnt in 1I10 c.iso of A. M.
Boattio vs. J. F. Moigmi.
llriofs for defondant in Wong
Loong and othus vs. W. G.Irwin,
tho Wnimunalo water cifc, nrs
filed und occupy -l;t tyt.owritton
Alary Knoaka lias been granted
a petition to summon tbo heirs at
luw of tbo Into Koiiku, w., of Wui
alun, died intostnto, tovnpponr und
show their claims for sharing iu
tin distribution of tho estate.
P. H. Kalian nnd Knpela Kn
haii hnvo brought a bill in cquit
to redeom a mortgage ngainst C.
W. Booth, trustee for Eliznboth
K. Booth noo linker, legnteo and
devisee under the will of Malic
Knlmi. An interlocutory injunc
tion has been crranted hv .Itidcrc
WbitiiiR to rostrain tho dofondanl
from prosecuting his suit against
plaintiffs for tho possession of the
mortgugeu property, wuicti is
lund on Quoon streot.
Judge Whiting was bearing di
vorce cases this forenoon.
YO NU HAWAIIAN 1NRTITCTI1
Program or the llrnent Concert lo bo
Following is tho program oJ
thu concort to bogi,von by-thfl
Young Hawaiians' Institute thie
ovening for the purpose of pro
ouiing funds to form thetucleuo
of a library. Tho object is a most
worthy one and a good attondunce
is hoped for:
I Mnreh "KcntUal" Orcheti.
S Chorus "l'ullimmelianu" Y. II. I.
8 Wul Bolo "ChanccltM'- Jas. MUiuire
4 Overturu "I'oct aud Peasant" Man
dolin Bolo by U. J. Urdway, with gultM
accompanlnieut by J. Henncsicy
5 Bong & Chorus '-Lei I'onl Mol" Y. H. t
S Overturo "The Cavalier" Orchestra
7 Chorus "Ua like bo me a'u" Y. II. L
8 (lavotte "Dearest" Orchestra
0 Duct ds Chorus "Uallkenomca'u" Y.II.L
10 Vocal Bolo "Violets" W J Coelh
II Chorus "Adlos, adlos" Y. 11. 1.
lit March "Turner" Orchtstw
City Cnrriugo Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and caro
ful drivor ring up Tolophono 113,
corner of Fort aud Merchant
Btreeb. Hack nt all hours.