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VOL. 1. NO. 191.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every clay except Sunday nt
009 King Street, Honolulu, 1L I.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Irritating and Disfiguring
On the Face, Cured by
Remarkablo Experience of Mill Dorothy
Haher, Fitzroy, Victoria, whose portrait
wo are privileged to givo below:
"J tuUopleasuio in testifying to
the front benefit I derived from
Ayrr's Sarsaparilia. I suffered
from eruptions on my faco of a very
irritating and vexatious nature,
l'or a considerable timo I expert
'mmited with various so-called blood
medicines, but without any allovia.
tion of my trouble. At last, your
famous Sarsaparilia being strongly
recommended to me, I began to use
it, and after taking two bottles it
was most gratifying to see and feel
the effect in allaying the Irritation
and reducing the eruptions. When
I had used three bottles Uio erup
tions disappeared altogether, with,
out leaving a mark on my face, and
1 have never been troubled with
anything of tho kind since."
S:l Medals at the World's Chief Expoilllcm.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Acenta for tho Republic of Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FROM JAN. lBT TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
G H Mumm & Co.'s extra
Pommory & Grono 11,798
Moet & Ohandon 9.G08
Hoidsiook & Co., (dry
Louis Rocdoror 3138
Perrier J.ouot 3.280
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
Bt. Marco nx 834
Ohas. Hoidsiook 355
IC0MPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
,fi tpwuiu nunis iui vj. ii.ju.uiuu) nuo,
Q1, Ai-fn it ar .
ior mo uawuimn islands.
LATE FOREIGN ITEMS,
noiun now m:ws fho.ii
Iutcrctlng American Xatcn 1'onrere
Mint Act Noon In Turing Cub.
nil Wnr Venr7ii-lu.
All tho coal miners in tlio In
dian Territory havo struck work.
Eugene V. Dobs has voluntari
ly withdrawn from tho Brothor
hood of Loooniotivo Enginoors.
A stoam pipo burst on tho Am
erican Lino Steamship St. Paul at
Now York, oausing the death of
six meohanics and tho serious
scalding of fivo othors.
A good striko of oil has In on
in ii do at Summorland, Santa Bar
bara, Cal , at a depth of 212 foot
Ex-troasurer Boggs of Tacoma,
"Washington, has boon found guilty
of misusing city funds. Ho will
maho a hard fight to keep out of
Lloyd Montgomery, a lad of
oighteon years, has bean found
guilty at Albany, Oregon, of mur
dering his father and mother and
Daniel McKorcher. His plea of
insanity availed him nothing.
Truokoe, Nevada, ii to havo a
grand winter carnival, with an
ice palaco as an adjunct, from
January 1 to April 1.
H. C. Hodgors, United States
Commissioner for AluBka, has ar
rived at Soattlo, where, although
74 yoars of ago, ho was interview
ed for the first timo in his life. (
A uni versa ' street car strike is
in pro cross a. Philadelphia. The
strikors woro overawed by the
police on the 19tb, but not a
wheel moved. Tr ops woro held
tn rouuinoss to suppress serious
Accusurs of Captain Healy of
tho revenue cutter Heur, Lieuten
ant Daniots and Engineer Dory,
aro to bo charged with gross doro
liution of dutv in sleeping on their
watch and other offenses.
Brother officers of Lieutenant
Albert Buhnor of tho rovonue cut
ter Boar are going to prefer
churgos against him in conse
quonco of disagreement with him.
Charges of thoft of canvas at
tho Maro Island Navy Yard have
on investigation pioved to be
groundless. Tho shortage is
noconntod for by carelessness in
Judge Pardeo has rendered a
decision in tho TJnitod States
Circuit Court at Now Orleans
Btrongly against tho position as
sumed by Controller Bowlor.
John W. and Honry T. B'ythe
of Kentucky havo begun proceed
ings on their claims to the Blythe
Mrs. Julia S. Morrison, widow
of the lato Chiof Justico of Cali
fornia, died in San Francisco
Thoo. Durrant haB beon dis
honorably discharged from the
Socond Brigade Signal Corps,
owing to his conviction for mur
der. Tho Unitod Stutos Govornrr.O' t
will proceed vigorously against
the soaling sohoonor Kate and
Annu, not accepting hor owners'
excuse th.it sho loft Sun Frunois
10 bofore tho speoinl licenses
undor tho Paris agroomont ar
rived. Suits lmyo beon initiated by
d posit rs in tho defunct i'aoifio
iiunk ot Man 1'runcisoo to recover
tho balnico of their doposits from
T o Otlifornia Legislature will
probably be asked by the Soo oty
or v o rmvonuon oi unoiiy t
Children to provide a training
ship in the harbor of .San Fran.
HONOLULU. H. I.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31.
Insurgents havo beon routod nt
several places in Cuba by tho
A Madrid paper repeats the
statoment that Martinez do Cam
os will resign tho Capiain-Gon
orulship of Cuba.
Tho total win prod'ict of France
for 1895 will show a decrease of
12 365,000 hoctulitros, dui to
heavy rains that destioyod the
Tho Araorican commission to
investigate tho Cheng Tu inussa
cro has reached its destitution
and tho commisdionors wore re
ceived with great honor.
There is a state of affairs re
ported in Asiatio Turkoy which,
it is bolieved, will not porinit of
inaction on the part of the Pow
ers muoh longor. News of a mas
sucro at Zeitoun wns expected at
Tho third series of gamos in tho
international choss tournament at
St. Petojsburg wus finished in the
onrly hours of tho 18th iust.,
when Lnskor beat Tschigorin in a
queen's gimbit, after twenty-five
moves, and Steinilz beat I'ills
bury in a PetorofT defense after
sixty moves. Following is tho
scoro up to that d.Uo: Lasker
won 2, lost ljiPillsbhry won 2,
lost 1; Steinitz won 1, lost 2;
Taohigorin won J., lost 2.
In Maroh,18jJjftrjdJ tho foroign
reprosontutives at CarnonH, Vene
zuela, excepting thai sf tho United
States Svero summurily packed
home. 'The causo of this bold
action was tho suggestion by tho
reprosontutives to their respective
governments of a 'mixed tribun
al" to piss upon ,,tv:tain unpaid
claims. Since tbatiiiwdont Vene
zuela hak tried ii?V51n' to restore
diplomajio relations witjc Franco
and Bolgium. Frunto hasitead
fastly refused to be appeased, and
.whoa Venezuela sout a, now con
sul io St.' Naznire tlio Fronah
Government- declined to receive
him. It is now roportod that
Franco will send her old Minister
back to Venezuela by a man-of-war
and insist on 'an apology to
him. Gormany is ono of the coun
tries that has an old claim against
Vfcnozuela,vbejng that of interest
guaranteed on railway built in
tud ropubliojtbttfOrrman subjects.
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i.Avr I'e.f''ih iimn.
Four Inclie of Rtn Ilaa Fallen So
Curtis J. Lyon's rain guage nt
Punahou registered four inohes of
rain, as tho fall of last night. At
Frank Brown's place on King
street tho guage showed 3:50 in
ches. .Tho storm came from the
southeast bat about midnight tho
wind changed to southwest, in
which direction it has romuiued.
At 5 o'clock this morning tho
baromotor marked 29.71, the low
est it has been in a your. It has
risdn but slightly during the
raofuing. The rainfall was pro
ended by lightning and thundor.
Thtie was an unusnnlly heuvy
tide this morning, it being threo
leet nbovo lowest low tide, and
tlioro is considerable bwoII on.
Thn indications furnished by
tho Woiithor Bureau for tonight
ure that the wind will got into the
W03t, with consoquont hoavy
showers of rain. Tho damago
dono by tho storm in tho city was
w n vory light.
Lady Quest I feol cortain
there was a man in tho house
last night. Wasn't that a strange
fancy? Hostess Oh, our cook
ii a now woman., you know Do
She -Do yon men still pursue
tho even tonor of your way! Ho
JMo; wo aro ooutent to pursue
tho even fiver now, if we think
you havo it to lond. Brandon
Baisc-B will leave tho corner of
Fuit mid King Htreets ovory half
llf flAiiiiaiiiii nlliiu nmlii rv'nliiAl
iu a luiiiiuiun iiiiur Ulliv u vim;
1 ii r ii
tho Iliflo Range.
THE HOLIDAY BULLETIN.
IT MILL III l'UIIMSIICD IV X
VBMY FEW DAYS.
I.UC ol AfMllloiiHl Conlrlhiilnra nnl
(lie Siilijcct OIiokoii liy'llicm
A Nrcit I'n per.
About a woek sinco tho Bul
letin published a partial synop
sis of tho contents of tho Holi
day edition which is now in courae
of preparation. In addition to
the list of contributors givon at
thut timo mention may be made
of tho following:
Eev. Mr. Hill of Hilo furnishes
an nrtiolo on "Roligious Advance
ment in Hilo which, will bo found
of much interest. Gilbert F. Lit-
tlo of Hawaii contributes uu nblo
ossuy ontitled "The Evening
Hour" and William G. Waito an
artiolo on tho Kona district in
which much attention is paid to
tho cofieo plantations which are
in such a thriving condition in
From tho pen of Mrs. Judgo
Lyman of Hilo is an urtialo on
tho Hilo Boarding School. E. P.
Dolo of Honolulu tells about "A
New Lav,yor" nnd J. W. Gallagh
er, editor of tho Gommorcial Jour
nul, describes an old-fashionod
Ilnglish Christmus. T. G. Thrum
hi un ablo nrtiolo on the "Evolu
tion of the Honolulu Dailies' fur
iubIios some statistical information
of grout vuhio besides uu interest
ing history of the early daily
papors of this city. The Fire De
partment of Honolulu is written
up by George Manson, und John
Eflingor furnishes a review of tho
shipping transactions at this port
for the piikt year.
Streuuoun efforts aro being mado
by tho management to got the pa
per out noxt Saturday and mon
aro now working night and dny to
effect that object. It must bo
borne in mind, however, that
every lino of typo which composos
tho 130 columns of rooding mat
ter in the Holiday odition hag to
be sot especially for tho paper.
Thoro is not a sinalo lino in tho
I popor that has over been printed
boloro, nor a single sentenoo that
is not original matter. Tho
holiday odition of tho Bulletin
will contain. more original matter
than any ten newspapers ever
printed in Honolulu. The work
of engraving tho pictures and
photos whioh will adorn its pages
was finished this morning and
thore will bo no delay on that
score. Whilo it is hoped to get
the edition out by noxt Saturday,
it may possibly be tho b giuuiu
of the week boforo it can be bound
and roadyfbr distribution, but in
tho meantimo everything thut oun
be done to hurry tho work along
is being done, consistent with
Tho major part of tho 5000
copies to whioh tho edition ib
limited has already beon spoken
for. Ordors for extra copies should
bo fiont to the business office nt
009 King .stroet, where they will
bo filled in rotation.
Subscribore to the Evenino
Bulletin will receive one copy of
tho holiday odition, but extra
numbors will be charged for at
the rate of 25 cents each.
Uoaril of lleulth Contracts Were
Tho Hoard of Health held n
short Bpooial mooting yostorday
for tho purposo of awarding con
tracts. Tho following woro the
Wildor & Co. Nor'wost lum
her, tongue and groove, redwood
lumber, redwood battings, shing
lea, posts, doors and shushes.
Allon A ltobinsn Nails, whitb
lead and boiled oil.
J. T. Wnterhouse Medium
bread and salt.
H. Iluckfuld & Co. Brown
soap, salmon, cemont, lime.
Theo. H. Davies it Co. Sugir,
flour, rico, matches.
J. A. lloppor Piping,
STABLE SUPPLIES, UO.NOLULU.
Thoo. H. Davios .t Co. Hay.
Cil.furnia Foed Co. Bran and
PU11CHASE 01' HIDES AND TALLOW.
McChesney fc Co. Tallow.
F. F. Porter Hidos.
Metropolitan Meat Co.-i-Beef.
Foo Tow it Co. Frosh broad.
J. T. Waterhonso Modiuin
broad, bouns, brooms, keiosene
Paul Isonberg Firowdod.
McOhesnoy it Co. I'ork. ntiln-
H. Huckfsld it Co. Coffeo. Sal
J. A. Hopper ltice.
THE DELAYED MIOWERA.
SIX DAY TOTTING TIIK SriUMKIl
Wheal Oue Hundred jnilee rrnm Van.
! lie llawaera Parted and
the HlraluneTls Dliapimarod
Folloing is the memo of tho
voyage of the S. S. Miowora which
arrived t x'av t.t 12:30 on route to
"The R.M.S. "Miowora'' arriv
horo today at 12:30, having loft
Victoria, B. C, on Monday, Dec.
lGtb. On 18th of Dec, at 8:45 a.
m., about 450 miles from Cape
PJattery tho S. S. "StrathneT-s"
was sighted with distress signals
flying "In distresiwant oBsist
anco." Sho was bound from Vic
toria to Yokohama and had then
beon 59 days holplo.sly adrift on
tho Pacific with her shaft broton
and propoller lost, and had on
board 1G0 Chinese passengrs
and 39 of a crew. Wo took hor in
tow that day, but bad wouthor fol
lowing the tow lines carried away
threo times. Finally got two licos
on to her two cables and got ler
to about 45 or 50 miles froai Cape
Flattery when a vory hoavy west
erly galo was experienced and
whilst attempting to tow the
steamer to soaward, ono hawser
parted at 0 30 a. m. on Deo. 231,
and tho other parted half an hoar
later. During tho night tho steam
or was lost sight of and after
koeping in the supposed vicinity
for 15 hours, the g.tle and treuieu-dv-us
sen still continuing, wo wore
totally unable to do anything
further toward the eafoty of that
The circumstances woro such
that wo had at last reluctantly to
head this b ten in or seaward for hor
own safety, after having gone in
shore us far as it was sufu, with
the sea that whs thon ruuuiug.
Thon whon all hope was abandon
ed we procoedod en ronto to this
port, experiencing a rough and
blowy passifie. Tho mssongeis
for this port are: Mr L Brooko,
Miss Giaco Helloubeok, Mr F W
Godsal, W J H Carter, Mibs Car
ter, Bov Mr Lydgnta, Mr J Swith,
Mr G R Brown, W P Silvu, Mrs
Silvu mid family, Mr J Browu,
Mr H F Honss, W H A Ingram
and daiighfor,V A C McLeod and
sixtoen en routo to tho Colonies."
The Miowsra brings about 750
tons of freignt for this port, in
cluding flour, feed studs, boer,
furnituro, etc. and has 1200 tons
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ded Ii) tlir Cumuli ofMntc.
Tliort- wus u mooting of (k
Council of Slate IihUI in tho ofliw
of the Attorney Goneral at ffil
o'clock this morning.
Present: President S.B. Dok,
Ministers King, Damon aaT.
Smith; Councillors Goo. W.Surhi,
secretary, W. C. Wilder. P.tL
Jones, A. G. M. Robortson, J. X.
Kennedy ,T.B. Murray, John Nctft,
John Ena, M. P. Bobinson rail
D. K. Nnone.
It was agreed aftor discussion,
on suggestion of Mr. Kennov
that tho reading of the minnVsj
of last oxecutive session be poses!
vor until tho Council should jp.
into executive session.
Attorney-General Smith, tj
request of tho President, rrtuL
potitions from Chnrlos T. Guliti.
Win. T. Seward, Robert W. W3
cox, John F. Bowlor, John Wis?,
J. W. Bipikano, J. J. Lilikoi aoB
Josoph K. Clark, prisoners 3r
O.ihu Jail, praying for executwt:
clomonoy for thorn.
Mr. Gulick, besides exprosdiK
contrition, pleaded his health sui3
the demands of business, he lin
ing tho management of various
estates in his hands.
Mr. Seward causod a smile as
saying in his petition that fe
thought himself not unjtufrr
treatod in his trial, as the ev
donco "landed him in it wifib
Mr. Wilcox exprossod regaw
for his part in the insurrection,
promising, if clemency wear,
grunted him, that ho would 4
sorvo tho laws of the Republic,
respect tho Government und a
deavor to be a good citizen, a vefil
as try to induco his countrymen,
to do likewiso. . ,.
Mr. Bowler's nruvnr.fnrplnnwM..
cy was briof but plain enough c
us Buumission to tlio Uovers
ment. Mr. Wiso said it was oofc
neglect to put on paper what rc
in his heart whioh prevented hie,
from notitionincr fnr niinlnn nl.
other prisoners had done so. Us
wouia promise to make no raws
attempts to overturn tho Govern
ment, but, as promises might bn
broken, ho would nnk tlm r!n.rr.
mont just to try his fidelity.
iur. uiptK.tuu inciuueu an osui
in his prayors that ho would eir
tcr into no moro nttemnla nnn.v-
tho Government, und ho cIosaQ
with a prayer that God wouU
luive tho Government in his ),ir-
Mr. Jjilikoi culled for diviaL'
blossiugs on tho Government.
Mr. Clark nssurod tuo Govort
mont that they would never httrc
cuiseto regret tho granting of
tho biinitt oloinenoy to lum uhict
had boon grunted to othor prisou
ers. Tho Prosident oullnrl iin l.
Council for an expression of oni
ii n upon tha dispostl of the peO
tions. Mr. Kennedy asked if il.n v.
euut'vt- Ounuoil had any rucarc-
raeuuauon to mano.
The President in roply simpfrv
slated that the Kxooutivo hiiil
unanimously decided to subnifc
tho pit lions to tho Council for
its advico. Mombors of tho 0&
mot, he said, could spoak &n
Minister 8mith was tho fir,'ar
spouk. Ho hud boen surpriso4i
ii s return to litul wha action haB.
been taken in his absence in Kk
(Continued on 6th page.)
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