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'' '.iitoi'Wfv - A T I 77w Vi -ft Ttaw ! v eiw'wi6 iijifif Don't Read the Bullet: VrtA .i .t rr iJjiht iJ n 1.1 if l.ul j f on the Hawaiian Islands. you Don't Gel ALL the jX It Readies ALL thcfPeople. Subscription j$c. a month. O000tt-0' Vol. II. No. 371. HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1896. Piuok 5 Cents. NING i In J& I K. B Lf im rM S M. IL3 wJlLxL-4 1 II i THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday nt 009 King Streot, Honolulu, II. I. suaiscnrP'DioN hates. Per Month, nnywhero In the Hn- wnilnn Islnnda 7ft Per Year. 'Xi Por Yenr, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 00 Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign Countries 13 00 Pnynlllo tiivnrlnbly 1" Axlvnnoo. Tlophono 250. I. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. For gcnonil business there is not a store In Honolulu which occupies the samo floor space that our home docs, and wu need it And wo conic as ncur to baring n de partment store hh 'any in the islands; hb nearly to that goal as the trade of the inlands will permit. You know what a depart ment store means low prices for good articles. Goods aro bought in large quantities for cash, they're cheaper that way and that is the way wo buy. You gut the advantage of any discount's we receive. One of our.departmenits con tains hardware and articles used every tiny in the prepara tion of food. A Queen Pud ding Bowl is newer than any thing you havo setn here and a bit better because it is con venient. It's .cheap, too. We've all sortc of things in agate ware aud hi first.quality only. Meat Choppers, Fry Pans, Bread Boards, Duct Pans aud W. P. Fu'llor'a Ready Mixed Paints for household uso are alwaj's in doiiiiuul .about the .homo. A ready mixed paint that may bo depended upon is not alwuys .to bo had. Fuller's is the acknowledged superior to all other.-) J. T. WATERHOUSE Qnocn Street. Kortageo's Hotioo cf Intention to ?oro closo and of Sale. Jnnccimhnce with tlie provisions of thut certain morcime iniule hrO. II. KI.AMA (k), oud KKALA1.A1NA, his wife, to JOHN l'U LAA (10, 'lntocl May '.'8, lbss, recorded In the ltccUtnir Olllce, Ouliu, In Lllicr Ho, pp.:'J and 830, notice Is hereby given that suld mortgagee Inlands to forccloso tlio bhiho for condition broken, to It, the non payment of bothptlnelpnl Mid Interest when due. Notice Is likewise given tint utter he ex piration of thrut weeks from this date the property covered by said inortciij;o will be advertised for sale and will bu sold at public auction at the auftlon moms ol James K. Morgan, Uoiioliilu, on Wednesday, August 12, ISM, at IIS o'cloek noon of that day. For further particulars apply to J, A. Maroon, attorney lor John I'ulua, mortRaeo, Honolulu Unit, .Merchant street. Dated Honolulu. July I'll, WW. The liropeity to be sold Is as follows: All ttiat piece or parcel of land situated at Katiaaken uinl Opukanln, Walklkl. Oalni, dcseilhed in lloyal Patent No. 25158, KuUaua 1530, to Knueaulill, tontaliilui; an area of four and :w-ioo acres. liVj.td ii ii . ' Notice. DUIUNO MY AKSI'.NOi: I'UOM Till". Hawaiian InI.hnIh, iny Imither C'Imiik Yeo will iimnnKO my two Hlort :wl-:KMI Xiiu uiiii street known iih Yeo Oliun, anil :i:w UI3 Nniinnti utreet ltnunn iw V. M, nniler full j owr of nttuniy . Honolulu, July W, 1SUU ' ' 3(il) Iw WONDERFUL Blood-Purifying Effect or er's Sarsaparilia Mr. CliarlfR Stcplirnsiin, n wolUlninwn Itntlwiiy Kinployo nt Kulnol, OChm -Zoalaud, wrltcm "About tea yenrs nyo, wlillo cn Baged in shunting, my foot caught between tlio rails, anil my leg was fractured below tho knee. It healed in time, but 1 have been troubled over since, with swollen veins, and havo been obliged, at times, to wear a bandage. About a year ago it be came much worse, and I feared I should bo obliged to givo up my work. A friend advised mo to try Ayer's Sarsaparilia. I did so, and after taking four bottles tlio swell ing disappeared, nnd I havo not been troubled with it since." ER'S SARS&PARILIA Cold Medals at the World's Chief Expositions. te''."w',S' AYER'S .PILLS for Biliousness Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. Solo Agents for tho Kopublio ot Hawaii. LEWERS & CGOKE A GREAT INVENTION The Traveling Lawn Sprinkler Moves itself nbout your Lawn. Travels iu a Rtraight lino or n circle Htop) Jiutoin ntici31y. Ket for uuy length of hoe. tTe? No mioh Sprinkler hns ever wren placed .on the murkct befoie. Come and See it! LEWERS & COOKE, Tort Streot, Telephone 20. .KiG-ly LW.gc5midtJ$onji Eetail Their . . . . . . Large Stock OF- DRY GOODS! At Mnralt Prices! Specialties THIS WEEK. New Serges, Lawns Dress Goods. ,'MIMIin SATURDAY'S BALL CAME Tin: iio.oi.ul.un MUccui:i)t:D i.v :t:TTI. MJ KWN ONLY. Tim i:irl.r 1'iirt nl'tlie Onme Whn I'.x. cltliiK I.ncnif'M umcroiiH Error llrl ttic I'tmt ItPslliinllt Ten ill. Tlio game, of baseball on Sntur dny lust sboweil very plainly that tho llonolulus aro uot in the snine class with tho First llegituent toam, tilthouyh thoy suciuiodevl in holding down tho latter to two runs in tho first sixiunings, ami it looked as though the gnnio was (o bo close nnd exciting. Tho llonolulus lmvo only ono or two men who can comu anyway near finding WooiIb" curves ami tho euoro shows eightoon strike outs to AVoodB' credit Only threo hits woro mndo off his pitching during tho entire gnmo, of which Ed. Holt got 1 wo. Errors woro nuinorouB ou tho part of tho llonolulus, Lucas making more than all the rest of his nine. Following are the details of the play: FinsT--For tho Honolulus Wodohouso nnd Thompson failed to get first, Dayton struck out. For tho First Eogirnents linker got in a base hit, Neeley got first on n fumble by .Lucas, Y. Woods ilow out to couterfield, Curmnings got a base hit. "With the bacu full Cunlin rlow out to Cupid and Goorge "NYooda failed to got first. Si:cokd Clnrko was struck by tho ball and took his base and got second on n wild pitch, Liomon and Lucas struck out. Clarke stolo third. Cupid took first by being struck with tho ball nnd stole second. Chris Holt struck out Gleason Hew out to centerfield, Carlylo flew out to third, Luahiwa tn ado third on n hard drive to couterfield and came in on a pass ed ball. Baker wont out at first. Tniltn Eddio Holt got his baso by hard running. Wodohouso failed to reach firtt but Holt made second. Thompson struck out Dayton flow out. Duncan, who took Noeley's place, failed to got first, as did W. Woods. CununingH got first on a mulled fly by Jimtnio Thompson. Cunha flow out to left field. FooiiTii Clnrko got in a baso hit to left field ami stolo hccoihI. Lomou struck out Clarke got third on it passed bill. Lucas struck out. Cupid flew out to catcher. George "Woods niado a homo run on a threo base hit and over throw to third. Gleuson got first on a fumble by Lucus. Carlyle ilow out to shortstop and Gleason took second on a passed bull. Luahiwa struck out ltnknr wont out on a beautiful one hnuded catch by Olaike. Firm Chris and Eddio Holt both failed to uinko first aud Baker ilow out to first. Duncan failed to make his base, AY. Woods got first on n fumble, by third. (Jammings and Woods woro put out at first and second on a double play from second. Sixth Thompson got to sec ond on n bnso hit to contorfiold, uayton lannea out. Ularko was given his base on balls. Lomon broke n bat on a foul. Thomp son wub put out trying to steal third but Clarke stole second on tho samo play. Lemon struck out. Cunha got first on n clean base hit, George "WoodB made his base and advanced Cunhu nuother bag. Gloasou struck out, Carlylo flow out to Cupid. Luahiwa got a baso hit aud filled tho bags. Bakor was put out nt first Skventh Lucas struck out, Cupid failed to got iirst, ChriB Holt took his baso on balls and stolo Bccond. Eddio Holt got first by tho skin of his teeth nnd stolo second. Wodohouso struck out. Duncan failed to got first, Willie- Yood8got first on an error by Luuiib nnd nmdo rqcoihI on Cinitintuil oi Sth Pugr. IN THE HIGHER COURTS (it'EXhti or riir. aukust rtiui or 'iici: cincuii- coiutr. Cull hm !ic 'itlcn ir nnd llli Ittort J i.l 'ui'H niii.li) I Ills 'toriii.iir Ulnrm-.i s I'roNrne. I The August term of the Circuit Court of tho First Circuit of tho Hawaiian Islands opened this morning, Judge A. ". C'Mter, pieoidm. Deputy Attorney - General Dole ropivsented the government and tho following attorneys, who woro interested iu cases on tho calendur, were pre sent: Messrs. Creighton, Eosa, Ed iugs, Mngooii, Cecil Brown, Ito borlHon( Humphrey 8. Davis, Stnu loy, Correa, Ballon, Kuulin, Kano, Boopoo ami Kahuokuui. For tho Hawaiian ii'nty there aro threo criminal and ten civil cases on the calendar. Twelve civil ciihos mixed jurv will como b -fore a For tho foreign jury j there are fourteen criminal oases i who seem to be happy and con and nineteen civil. In thirteen I touted, from tho gonial and easy other cases a jury is waived. Thero I Btyle, most faces exhibiting pleas ure also fifteen divorce cases on I nut smiles, if that can bo taken as tho calendar. Tho proceedings at this mom- nig s session consisted in calliug ' tho calendar aud assigning cases tor trial, in nearly every in- stuneo tho uttoruoys announced themselves as ready to go iuto tho trials of their respective cases at once. Tho ojecttnout suit of James K. Smytho et al. vs. Hakuolo ct al. was set for tritd on tho 17th. Tho throe appeals cases from tho District Court of Honolulu, entitled Itopublio ot Hawaii vs. Ah Mau, opium in possession; Bo public vs. M. S. Perry, opium in possession, nnd lopuulic vs. Chang Chun Sing, common nui sance, woro sot for trial on Wed nesday at 9 a. m. The civil suit of G. H. Paris vs. C.W.Muofarluno was discontinued. Tho cuso of Wing Wo Tni & Co. vs. N. Monwur, appealed from tho Honolulu District Court, was con tinued for tho term, as was that ot J. P. Crusato vs. Virgiuia F. Crusato, who appoals from n conviction of the District Court for deserting her husband In Pueo vs. Antono Muronio for damages, a motion to dismiss was filed. Tho cases of Hattie Kekalukalu ot al. vs. Ken wo et al., n suit to quiet title; Noleolani vs. Ah Iu, assumpsit, aud Ii. W. Holt vs. Chun" Fat ot al., ejectment, will be heard iu vacation by agreement of counsel. Tlio assumpsit suit of Yeo Wo Chan Co. vs. Kon Yeo et al., wao sottled out ot Court. Chus. It Bihhop by his attorney in Diet, H. M. Damon, answers tho bill for the reformation of trust iu tho Bishop Museum matter, ad mitting all the allegations and ap proving tho proposed deed of trust Judge Carter has remauded tho caso of Pohuo for kidnapping to the District Court for trial. Goo Kim by his attornoy, J. Q. Wood,lui8 sued out a writ of error against B. W. Holt, for a caso of ojoctmont in which a vordict was roudored adverse to tho present complainant A. F. GousalvoB by his attor neys, Oroighton & Correa, has sued out n writ of error against Pakiko for n judgment rondored against complainant by District Magistrate T. n. Wright of Hoo kona, South Kona, Hawaii, on trial of a claim of S1G1.05, balance duo for work dono for defendant. Tho Christian church annivor Bary social has boon postponed till Thursday ovoning. Count Mutsu ot Japan was ro coivod by Presidont Dolo and tho Cabinet at tho Executive building on Snturday, A special guard of honor from Cos. B and D was paraded This forenoon Minintors Cooper, Damon, King nnd Smith called on the iliitinguiHliwl visitor at Wnikikl, WHAT A STRANGER SEES i:vi:kv rxioNi'KfiT rtcAMN axi tiii: i'i:on.i; aki: riou.s. .llltiln - i of llio Cllimiln a Mirirlc i:nrl.v Cotli-erini Inu iiiiaiih- iiiiiliiim I'rnctlc. . The writer is a foreigner from Japan and has only been hero a short tiino. Yet there aro many things connected with tho placo go strikingly peculiar and novel that ho is tempted to givo ex pression to his thoughts, notwith standing his imperfect knowledge, of tho lauguago iuwhich ho writes. On a foreigner's first arrival hero what strikes him most is tho general refreshing scenery with overgreon folingo with which tho spacious aud well laid-out gardens surrounding most residences are covered, itenlly it seems to defy tho heat, of which ho had an ex aggerated idea, judging chiefly from tho tropical position of tho Island. Noxt come the people, an indication of coutontmout Tho general appearanco of tho town is a mass ot neatness ana cleanliness nmdo yet nicor by tho frequent showers of rain, which is a great factor iu subduing dust that is often a source of an noyance whon ono wishes toon joy the cool breeze. No wonder Max O'Boll called this placo a "veritable earthly paradise." All those aro, however, a foreigner's cursory observations uoticeablo to overyono nt a glauce. Thoro aro matters of far greater importance yet to bo uoticod. That is tho piety ot tho residonts generally. Whatovor thoro may bo behind tho scene, thoy Becm to live most strictly nnd solemnly in accord nuco with tho "Lord's command ment" Tho world iR getting more and moro wicked and some other country folks seem to bo I inclined to take as much worldly pleasure as possible, and at tho samo timo expect the benefit do Birablo from Christian faith iu tho world to come. This fact mnkes the place look so much moro pro-oininontly pious. Thanks to tho rigid enforce ment of Sunday closing, thoro aro almost no drunken sailors and tho class, so frequently met with in somo other countries, annoying to tho public and in- ' jurioiiB to thomselvos. Iho people hero seem to bo nearly all cyclists, and tho caso ! with which they mnnnco their i stool ponies is simply ndmirablo. Thoro is, however, oue point of which 1 am not yot enlightened. In riding bicycles they boom to mo, at least, to bond forward too much, which 1 cannot help fear ing may prove injurious to thoir constitution, and bo tho causo of somo day getting ono sickness or other. Auother thing that appears rathor peculiar to a new-comer is tho way in which ladios rido tho ponies, that is,liko men instead of sideways. Thoro is yot another thing very peculiar, that is cock-crowing at 10 or 11 o'clock at uight, instead of at 2 or 3 o'clock iu tho morning as is usu'il in tho writer's native country. When tho cock crows boforo mid night in his nativo country it is superstitiously bolioved to bo tho foroboding of an approaching fire. Perhaps tho closo proximity ot this placo to tho volcano accounts for tlio cock being nlways on tho alert Tho forogoing aro tho writor's first improssions ot Honolulu, with somo omissions and excep tions of mattors which ho has at momont forgotten. What his socoud and maturor improBsiou may bo timo only will toll. Though tho writer has his own opinion on political nnd coiiiinor cml mutters, ho is for ono reason or nuuthor precluded from dls cloHing tho hiiiiiu apart from hit thus far scanty iusigUt If tho writer had been in America, per haps some of tho thiugb nbuvo written about might not seern to him strange, but ho has not been there. l'OLICi: Cllllltl1 NKWN. lloiiriro .III flirty Trt'Mnl to n SllrjirUc l)' Juilco Wllcnx Iu tho District Court this morn ing Judge Wilcox sentenced six drunks to a fine of ;?2 and $1 costs. Gnorgo MeCarty was in line for tho same cllonse, and thought ho would get off with tho samo doso. But George was mistaken. The Court is getting tired of weekly interviews with him for tho samo offence and this timo sontenced him to twenty days at hard la bor. Boforo Georgo could get his breath and remonstrato ho was hustled off to tho lowor legions. Tho cases of J. E. Gomes and F. Fornandes, charged with as Hhult, woro nollo pros.'d. Juan Boaries, charged with tho larceny of 25c worth of fruitgfrom Georgo Carter, pleaded not guilty nnd his trial was set for Wednes day. Ah Wai and AY. Stone, charged with an affray, were nollo pros.'d. Four Chinese gamblers woro fined $10 each on a plea of guilty aud four others were discharged. Tho preliminary examination ot Yong Yeo and Ton Kak, on a charge ot ourglary, was sot lor to morrow. I'lill. Ilriiuu'H I'm mo nil. Tho funeral services of Philip Braun will tako placo at 3:30 p. m. tomorrow from the English Cathedral. Mr. Briuin was nu old and esteemed citizen and u member of tho old volunteer fire dopartmont, tho surviving mem bers of which will act ns pall bearers. Bov. Alex. Mackintosh will officiate; E. A. Williams conducting tho fituornl. Frionds nnd ncqunmtancos aro invited. Chief Engineer Hunt has se lected tho following pnll-bearors: L. H. Deo, J. W. McDonald, David Bailey, D. Logan, Chas. Lind and P. O'Sullivan all from tho old volunteer fire department. Rurprlae 1'nrty. Mr. nndMrs. Mollis were ngree ably surprised Friday evening by a party of their friends who took possession of thoir residonco in tho temporary absonco of the host aud hostess. By tho exercise of a littlo diplomacy Mr. and Mrs. Mollis woro persuaded to make it short call on a neighbor, nnd up on their return thoy found n jolly company assembled in their par lors, and lots of good things set out for thoir delectation. Dancing, song and refreohmonts helped to mako tho hours fly by, and tho littlo surj)riso party was conceded by all present to havo been ono of tho pleasantcst gathonngs of tho season. IIiioIiichi 1'lllrol. Tho question of employing a night watchman to patrol tho business district is being agitated. Without a doubt tho idoa iB a good ono. If tho patrol had boon organized a month ngo, in nil pro bability Elders A: Co. would havo boon S35.000 hotter off. A num ber of the leading merchants hnvo nlready agreed to contribute tho small feo charged by Mr. BoworB, promotor of tho patrol system, and very likely all of our business mou will follow thoir example. At liimiiR Nqtiurr. Tho usual concert will bo given at Emma Square this evening, commencing at 7:30, with tho fol lowing program: l'AUT I. Overture Tlio l'lutlnte Kllm; Soue; Utcuiu On, DrnrClillil Coulclery SHeclInn Popular IIaIIhiI Ktupcy Mulkul Wulplo, l.lko I'uu I.eliPH. .Maul no UOI. l'AUT II. Puiitiulu The Oohl licet iw Seine.... Kllm; Vnllr.0verlliflVYW ltua Kfi!itftl A Hunt In the III" Koret Vwijlker Marcb-Ulwrty MftUtdt Walkoi Ilnwnll Tenet, 0 A.