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VOL. 1. NO. 183.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sundny nt
COa King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro In the Hn-
wallnn Islands .' $ 76
Per Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
l'nyulilo Iiivnrlnblv In Aclvntico.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Dcliclitnil situation. Itc-niitirul view of the
oi'uiiii. iAccllent ncluhborhood. Lovely
A. V. GEAR.
Capt. W. Robertson,
Neither the captain tior tho undersigned
couIi;uees of tliu above named vessel, u 111
bo rcnponitlble for any debts that may lie
contracted by the crew.
Theo. H. Davies & CO., Ltd,
Cash , Grocery
Fort Street, Opposite Club
Stables. Tel. 355.
YEE ON CO.,
317 Nuuanu St. P. O, Box 143.
Watchmakers and Manufactur
Repairing of Watches and Jewelry, ALL
. Importers of Watches and Clocks ol Finest
Consoliiatel Sofia Water Co., L'J
Corner Alien & Fort Sta., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
COTTAGE TO LET.
aNEWLT PAINTED, COTTAGE CON.
tains parlor, two bed rooms, dining
room, kitchen, pautry and bathroom.
Enquire L. ADLElt, ID Nuuanu street.
A MAN WHO CAN TBEAD UNEXrEOT
ediy upon a piece of coral rock, while bath
lag at Walklkl, and not ease up or make any
prolane remarks, must also be able to knock
a mosquito olf his nose without hilling that
organ, lie will be rt quired to examine a bicy
cle track and tell which wnythu wheel was
traveling; call on llruwu it Kubey ami look
ou their new stock Just rvii'lud per Istt
"Australia." 158-U '
c oiiiiL yLuyy
Is i!i3 source of good health.
i Makos Para Blood,
B Strengthens tho tiorvos,
Shaipens tho Appetite,
Ror.iovas that Tired Fooling,
and Makes Lifo Worth Living.
any other ail
Cold I Icdals at the World's Creal Expositions.
tItcwnrn of clicap Imitations. Tim
n iiiiu Ayor's Siirsiiimrlllii In promi
nent on tho wrapper, niul Is blown lu
tho glass of cuili liottlo.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
3olo Agents foe tho Ilejmblio of Hnwnii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
PllOM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
G H Mumm & Co.'s extra
Pommory & Greno 11,798
Moet & Chnndon 9,008
Heitlsiock & Co., (dry
Louis Itoedorer 3.438
Perrier Jouot 3.280
Irroy & Co '..... 1.785
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Morcoiiux 334
Krug& Co 270
Ohas. Heidsiock 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
Solo Agents for G. II. Mumm & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
CKOCKEKV, GLA8SWAHE, ETC., ETC.
Water Piped, laid and repaired,
aud plumbing neatly executed.
142- No -It, Nuuanu street.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING FAT & CO.,
CONTUACTOU9 AND 11UILDEHS,
Furniture, of all kinds made and repaired
Bulldlm; houses and malting rice mills a spe
cialty. P. O. Box 10.' corner King and BctLcl
J. : T. : Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE
Will bo open this ovoning, and
every ovoning until
HONOLULU, H. L. FRIDAY DECEMBER 20. 1895.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
SUNT LOUIS CKTSTIIK IIKPUrtMO
AN NATIONAL CONVI.MUO.1.
Durrani' Ilrntli Wnrrmt Other
IIoiiii of Intercut Irimi nil Quart
er of tbo Olobe.
The Union Steamship Com
pany's royal miiil steamor Mono
wai arrivod in port from San
Franoisco at 1 p. in., bringing
foroign tolegraphio dates up to
tho 13th iust. A summary of tho
most important nows nppoars
St. I.ouli. UeU the Prlzo.
The next National Republican
Convention will bo held in the
city of St. Louis ou Juno 10.
1896. This was decided on tho
fourth bnllot by tho National
Committeo on Decombor 11.
Thoro wero five contestants in
tho fioltl San Francisco, St
Louis. Chicago, Pittsburg and
New York. On tho first voto San
Francisco blood at tho head of
tho list with twonty voto-j, and
St. Louis noxt with thirtoon. San
Francisco only lost ono voto on
the second ballot. Tho fourth
aud last ballot stood: St. Louis
29, Snn Francisco 10, Chicago 0.
Judgo Murphy has fixod the
day lor Durrant's execution as
Friday. February 21, 1890. Ho
hos nlso refusod to grant n writ of
probablo catiso, which would havo
kept Durraut out of San Quontin
ponitentiary ponding argumont of
Durrant's appeal. This decision
was lutor reconsidered and the
matter was still pending whon tho
mail closed. Judgo Murphy
granted twenty days' stay of ex
ecution. The President' IKessace.
Tho President's mossago claims
that a low tariff increased tho ex
ports of tho United States and
cites trade with Argentine as an
example, comments on tho settio
mont of tho Argontino-Brazil
boundary question and considors
tho adoption of specie pnymonts
by Chile b a stop'of groat import
ance. It denounces tiio attacks
on missions in China And eye
measures should be adopted to
oheck futnre fanatical outbroaks.
Tho relations with France are
cordial but negotiations in tho
Waller case havo not yot arrived
at a satisfactory conclusion. Tho
President thinks the British
should be paid for seizures
made in tho Bohring Sea and ro
fors at longth to tho discrimin
ation of Germany in throwing
many obstaclos in tho wuy of Am
erican trade, fie furthor hays
tho Ahskan boundary dispute is
in a fnir way of settlemont and
calls attention to tho lynching of
foroiguuis aud tho abuso of alien
Tho President further touohes
on Russia, Japan, Mexico and
Guatemala and Nicaragua aud do
votes souio considerable spaco to
Cuba. He ia opposed to recog
nizing Cuban bolligeronts and
dodgos tho question. Ono half of
the mossago in devoted to tho
tangled stato of tho National fi
nances which ho acknowledges has
not been relieved by frequent bond
issues. That portion of tho mos
sago relating to Hawaii and Sa
moa is given in full elsowhoro.
The President ou Hawaii.
Tho following is tho only ro
foronco to Hawaii in tho Pre
Early in January lust an up
rising against the Government of
Hawaii was promptly suppressed.
Martial law was forthwith pro
claimed and numorous arrosts
wero inudo of pertons suspected ot
boing in sympathy with the
royalist warty. Among thoso
wero Bevorul citizens of tho Uuiti'd !
States, who woro oithor convicted
by a military cuort and sonteuced
to fino, or woro deported without
trial.a Tho United Statos, whilo
denying protection to such as had
taken tho Hawaiian oath ofal
legiaiico, insisted that martial
law, though nltoring llio forms
of justice, could not suporsodo
justice itslf, n ml demanded a stay
of execution until the proceedings
had boen submitted to this Gov
ernment and kuowlodgo obtained
thorcfrom thut our citizens had
recoivod fair tr'nl. Tho doatb
sontoncos wore subsequently com
muted or wero remitted on condi
tion of leaving tho islands. The
cases of cortiin Americans arrest
ed and oxpollod by arbitrary
ordor, without formal clp.rge or
trial, havo had attention, and in
somo instances havo boon found
to justify romonstranco and n
claim for indemnity, nhich Ha
waii has not thus fir conceded.
Mr. Thurston, tho Hawaiian Min
ister, having furnished this Gov
ernmorjt abundant reason for ask
ing that ho be recalled, that
oourso was pursued, and his suc
cessor has lutoly boon recoivod.
Tho President in hismesBigo
bus this about Samoa:
In ray List two annual nu-Fsages
1 cullod tho attention of Congress
to tho position wo occupied as ono
of tho parties to a tioaty of ngreo
ment by which wo becamo join'Iy
bound with England and Ger
many to so intorfero with tho gov
ernment and control of Samoa ns,
in effect, to assume tho manage
ment of its nfHiira. On tho 9th
day of May, 1894, f transmitted
to the Seinito a special inessngo,
with accompanying documents,
giving information m the subject
and emphasizing the opinion I
havo at nil times -nterluined, that
our situation in this mutter was
inconsistent with the mission and
traditions of our Government, in
violation of tho principles wo pro
fess uud in all its phases mis
cbiovons and vexatious. I again
pross this subject upon the atten
tion of Congress and ask for such
lopislativo action or expro?sion us
will load the way to our ruliof
from obligations both irksomo
Aloxandor Collio.n noted block
ado runnor in tho Civil War, died
poor and forgotton in Now York
on tho 12th inst.
Lord Salisbury's answer to
Secretary Olnoy on tho Venezuel
an question is delayed from pub
lication until tho return of Presi
dent Clevolund to Washington.
The Whito Stnr steamor Ger
manic oollided in a fog at tho
mouth of tho Morsoy with tho
Scotch coasting stoamor C.imbrae,
tho latter boing sunk hut alii
hands rosouod and thoGormanio
having ono holo 9r7 foot and an
othor two feet in diumotor stovo
Tho Prince of Walos has hud
his right eyo injured by powdor
blown into it whilo shooting
Tho Cuban war continuos and
tho insurgeuts scorn to bo holding
licautllul Art Worki.
At the art room of tho Pacific
Hard varo Company are some
bouutiful hand wuter - colored
picluros. They wero personally
solootod by Col. Goo. W. Macfar
lano in London and consiguod to
ono of his brothers here. A ntim
bor of thorn havo alrondy boon
bought on sight. Among thom uro
eomo perfect goms on porcelain.
Thero aro works by tho French
artist, Jbdouaru JJinson, whose pic
tures havo always tukeu a high
place in tlib London markot.
Others are by Vincont, Laws aud
other notable tirtists. The color
ing is most oxqtiisito and drawing
purfoct. Tlioy aro well worth n
visit for sooing to tho ait rooms
Tho ,lIoMornl Pniornccra.
Following is a completo list of
tho Monowni's passongors:
Cahin Mips E Harland, Mis3
E H Millor, Misses Fay (2), Mr
Goo W Irvino, Carl Frank, 13 H
Phillips, F B Smith and wifo, I)r
J C Frasor and wifo.Prof O Musin
and wifo, C do M Mansfield, Os-cur-F
Mahrt. J F Humbert?. K
Flohr, L P Seott, T Peters, H A
Widcinnnn, W 13 Edministor, Ed
STEniAon Josoph Kennedy,
H B Elliot, Horhurt R Smith,
W G Sutton, Ed Deacon, J Mc
Meekin,David Kaiunir, JScmilon,
Jno Maroll, wifo and 3 children,
P A Lynn, W B Knsign, M Silva,
wifo and 1 child, J C Irving, A W
McCurrio. H Peterson and wifo,
W II Sowoll, II O Vincent, Mrs
Jarre t and childron.Mrs.Wothoral.
Sttbscribo for tho Evenixo Bul
letin. Tho Monowai sails at 11 o'clock
Tho Motropolitun Moit Co. hns
refrigerated turkeys for salo.
A full list of tho Monow-ii's
passengers appoais in this
Ovido Musin nnd wifo arrived
ou tho Monowai, accompanied by
P. S. Cassidy, a Now York
nowspapor man, is going to Auck
land by tho .Monowai.
The stoamor Strathnovis has
boen reported as disabled. It was
fearod alio was lost.
Purser Bondall of tho Monowai
has our thanks for S..n Francisco
filos and report of voyago nnd
possongor and freight list.
Thoro was a largo crowd at tho
wharf to boo tho Monowai coining
in. Tho steamor had a deckload
of lumber and was listed to port.
Thoro will bo a criokot matoh
tomorrow afternoon, botwoen tho
Honolulu Crickot Club and nn
olevon from tho Wild Swan, at tho
Walter Emery, aged 19, and
Liola Bowon, a 15-yoar-old school
girl, both of Oakland, iutondod
to olnpo on tho Monowai, but tho
delay in the dopurturo of tho
stoamor spoilt their little game.
Lowis & Co. havo reooivod by
tho Monowai natural Christmas
trees, holly and holly horrios.also
a great variety of Christmas doli
caoios, including mallard and toal
ducks and quail brought in tho
Tho City of Poking, which beat
hor record from Yokohama to
Honolulu by 17 hours, also boat
hor record hence to San Francisco
by going over in 5 days 22 hours,
which closely approaches tho no
ord of tho China.
G. U. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mnkor and tunor, cai
furnish best factory reforonces.
Ordres left at Hawaiian News Co.
will recoivo prompt attontiou. All
work guarnutoed to be tho samo
as dono in factory.
The Honolulu Crickot elovnn
who aro going to pluy an eleven
from tho Wild Swan tomorrow
afternoon at 2:30 p.m., at the
King strout grounds will bopiokod
from tho following names: B H
Norton, A St Clair Mackintosh, T
Lishmaii, L do L Ward, W L
Stanley, S P Woods, A It n.it
fiold, D Ross, P Lishman, Paul
Noumanu Jr., Ahlo, St. Piuniia,
Wife (to unhappy husband): "I
would't worry, John; it doesn't do
to borrow troublo." "Borrow
troublo. Great Ciesar, my dear,
1 'nint borrowing troublo, I havo
it to lend."
Tommy: Pa, what is tho dif
foroncu between a pothunter aud
a sportsman? Mr Figg: Ono can
kill enough gamo to make n living
nt tho business, and tho othor
PRICE 5 CENTS.
AT KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOLS
.-NO I F.N OF
Wlmipra In Hip Vllilotlc CnnK-.c. ol llifi
Tim htoinrv exorcises which
iiiuiUni llio colebr.ition of Found
er's Day at Kmiohamuha schools
yestorday took plnco iu the largo
gynnasium, which was woll rilled
by Rtudents and visitors. On the
platform woro Rev. C. M. Hydo,
Professor Richards, Miss I'opo,
Miss Knapp and Fred. Beckloy.
Prominont among tho nudionoo
wore Presidout and Mrs. Dole,
Chief Justico and Mrs. Jtidd,Miss
KatoFiold, Col. W F. and Mrs.
Allen, A. T. nnd Mrs. Atkiuson,
Professor nnd Mrs. Alexnnder,
Rev. D. P. und Mrs. Birnie, J. O.
mid Mrs. Carter and Kov. Hiram
kov. D. P. Birnie delivored tho
invocation, and Kev. C. M. Hydo
the address of welcome. Tho pro
gram as given in yesterday's Bul
letin was then proceeded with,
and its rendition relloctod credit
alike on both scholars nnd teach
ers. Tho sketch of tho hfu of
iWnko Piiiuihi Bishop by
Miss Helen Kalolu was n well
written essay aud morited tho ap
plauso which it received.
Tho now bust of Hon. C. It.
Bishop wns thon placod on viow
aud muah admired.
Aftor tho litorary program had
boon cnmplotod, tho audienco as
sembled on tho campus to view
tho athletic sports between rival
athlotes from Oahu collego and
tbo Kamohamoha boys, in which
tho lattor woro victorious by a
Boore of 37 to 34, five points boing
to tho ninuor in eaoh ovont, two
points to the second and one to
tbo third. Following is a list of
tho cvonts and tho winnors:
Ono hun.lred yards dash J.
Custino of Ivnmohameba, first,
timo 11 2-5 sees.; Ed Hapai and
C. H. Traoy of I'unahou, second
and third respectively.
Throwing 10 pound hammer
O. H. Traoy of Punahou, first,
distunco 71 ft. 0 ins.; W. MohouU
of Karaehamoha, second, and V.
Rawlins of Punahou. third.
Ono hundred yards high hurdles
J. Custino of Kamohnuiohu,
first, timo 14 1-5 boo?.; Ed Hapai
and En Ohang of Punahou, socond
and third rospeotivoly.
Pole Vault In the two trials
allotted each contestant, all failed
oxoopt En Chang of Punahou,
who naado 8 foet, giving him first
place. In tho struggle for second
plnco, K. Oann of Knmehameha
and O. II. Trucy of Puuahou tied
with a record of 8 feet. Tracy
succeeded in going his opponent
two inches bettor, thus securing
Becoud plnco, with Oanu third.
Ono hundred ynrds low hurdlos
En Chang of Punahou, first.
Timo 14 1-5 sec; Kupu nnd Win.
Naipo of Kamehumeha second
and third respoctivoly.
Putting 16-pound shot Joi.
Smith of Kiimohatnnlm, first, dis
tance, 28ft. 10m. In til contest
for second placo J. Custino of Ka
mehamoha inudo 30ft. Shin, and
0. 11. Tracy of Pnnaiiou 29ft. 1J
iu., giving the latter third place.
Running high jump E. Hapai
of Punahou, first, height 4ft 10
in.; J. Custino and, William Nai
poof K.imehnmeh'i, second and
Fifty yards dash S. Amalu of
Kamohameha, first, time 0 sees.;
Ed. Hapai of Punahou, socond,
and Win Mobeula of Kauieba
Running broad jump J. Cus
tino of Kumobumoha, first, dis
tance 18ft. 4in.; Ed. Hapai of
Punahou, socond, and S. Amalu
of Kumohameha, third.
The day was brought to a happy
close by the annual dinner at both
the Boys' and Girl's schools, Pre
sident and Mrs. Dole and othors
boing proaout at tho latUr.
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