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0$WX lWAO 4 ' 6fr0ftVO fcs Advertising Medium eVNI'NG. BULLGTIN 8 77, W .7iri ',; Evening Paper Published on the Hawaiian Islands. CllC-l-flfl ?C" T HlMltlt 1 you Don't Head the JJullct.n you Don't Gel ALL the News. It Readies ALL Uic Teople. UNIVERSITY Or HAWAII lxw oo UBRA&r: oootmwwow Vol. II. No. 421. HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1896. Price 5 Cents. 'I t THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published ovcry day except Sunday nt 210 King Strcot, Honolulu, II. I. BUHSCltllTION KA.TK8. Per Month, nnywhero In tlte Ha waiian Islands 7S Per Year. " " Per Year, postpaid to America, Canada, or Mexico 10 tJO Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Oountrlos 13 00 Pnynblo Iuvnrlablv 1" Ailvnnoo. Tolophono 260. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. WONDERFUL Blood-Purifying Effect OF Ayer's Sarsaparilla Tllr. Clinrlcn Sleplioniion, n well-known Jtallwny Ihnploye at Kulnpol, Now Zealand, write t "About ten years ago, while en ga,;efl in shunting, my foot cauglit between tho rails, and my leg was Sfraiturcd below tho knee. It healed in time, but 1 havo been troubled evei since with swollen veins, and have been obliged, at times, to wear a bafydago. About a year ago it be came much worse, and I feared I slrtull bo obliged to givo up my work. A friend advised mo to try AyVfs Sarsaparilla. I did so, and aftentaldng four bottles tho swell ing uisnppcarai, aim j. u.ivu been 'troubled with it since." not feili V f' Gold Medals at the World' Chlet ExbpiIHom. f AVER'S PILLS for Biliousness I Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii. t LEWEBS II COOKE A GREAT INVENTION The Traveling -Lawn SprinSder ' i Moves Unfit about your Liwn, Travels .in a otrulglit III o or u oiroln. fitopn untoin- f f.ttcaiiy. set mr nuy lougm oi uuu. SUF" No sncli RprinUer 1ms over betn Sp'litced ou tho market btforo. Come and See It. CLEWERS & COOKE, 147.1 Fort 8treet, Tulephoua 20. i COTS AT WA1KIKI FOR HALE. ' There nre G Lots nt Waiki Iri, lying on the Wwkiki side of Kalin, Road for snle, about tlG feet raakai of Waikiki Road. Th'ose lots will bo sold for cash or on installment plan. $2T. For further particulars apply to WILLIAM C. ACHI, Real Estate Broker, 1 0 Went, King street. Aug. 18, 18!)G. 384-lui THE BOARD OF HEALTH VAUIOHN !(i:lOKT.N, IMCTITIOXS ANIt co.u.uijnicaiions acikd N. l'iitl Unit it CoiiirrcfH nC T.epro- Klt he, Held Tor llio Niitrrloii mid I'rcveullon of I.rirony. At tho regular mooting of tho Board of Health yesterday after noon tho following proceedings were had : Tho petition of Leo Kni Fni, n Ohineso from Hongkong, for a license to practico medicine, was referred to tho Board of Medical Examiners. Tho touder of tho Hollister Drug Company for supplying drugs nnd medicines for tho use of tho Board for tho ensuing year was accepted. Tlio request of tho wife of n leper to bo allowed to send her twolve-year-old girl to the Kupio lani Homo for girls was deuied. Kinau, -who owns three dwell ing hou'ses which woro condemn ed as unlit for habitation during tho cholera season, petitioned to bo allowed to rout two of tho buildings and occupy tho third. Referred to tho Sanitary Commit- too to report on next week. Tho usual letters nnd reports from Superintendent Meyer of the Leper Sottloineutaud Veterin ary Surgeon Mousnrrat were re ceived and approved. Dr. Hildebrand reported ex amining 737 female pupils in tho Honolulu schools. Dr. Williams of Hilo made a similar report. Tho position of Government physician for tho district of Ha naloi, Kauai, was offered to Dr. Brown of Kealia. Sheriff Andrews of Maui was appointed ogont of tho Board to adviso with the matron of the Wailuku hospi'.al on financial and othor concerns of that institution. Sheriff Andrews was granted permission to sell tho old pest house nt Wailuku for 25.. A loug communication from Dr. Albert S. Ashmead of New York to W. O. Smith, in rolation to n proposed congress of leprogists to doviso ways and means for tho suppression of leprosy was road and referred to tho special com mittee on leprosy. A communication from Dr. Eldredgo of Yokohama concern ing the IluRntsu Minoral bprings in Japan was also road. in i. m - iioAiiii or i:iucaiiok. Iudiiatrlnl Work ut tho llofariu Scliuol to be liiniiKuriiteil. At tho meeting of tho Board of Education hold yesterday after noon Professor Alexander report ed arrangements mndo for the selection of school sites at Hann mau, Hawnii, and Pearl City. Tho blauk forms for school tenchor's certificates, recommend ed by doputy inspector J. F. Scott, were approved and adopt ed. Tho Board refused tho request of J. Smith of Koloa, Kauai, to lease a lot of land nt thnt place which belonged to tho Board. Minister Coopor reported on tho proposition to stnrt industrial work at tho Reform School, stat ing that tho Executiva woro in favor of tho new departuro. Ho recommended thatSOOO be expend ed in making necessary arrange ments. Doputy-inspcctor Scott was in structed to procuro n list of all the scholars in tho Emma street school nnd that conducted by Armstrong Smith, Baid list to show which of the pupils paid for tuition. Tho potitiou for tho releaso of Froitas, a Reform School boy, was granted. Mr. Dumas nppearcd boforo tho Board and explained certain re commendations iu connection with tho Practice School, and Mr. Scott wiib authorized to procuro an estimate of tho cost of fencing In the i building occupied by that school. Applications from McflsrB Bar- ton unci O. H. Whito for tho posi- , tion of assistant at tho Rfform School woro laid on tho tnhle. School ngont R. W. Moyor of Molokai was authorized to closn one of Urn schools on that island until a suitable teacher could be found. It waB ordered that tho Maomno school bo iiuislied up ut once. iitoimi.i: in tiii: fojii.y. A WrontfCil iin1hiiiI Comip Ilinno U'lien Nut i:.Tiocteil. Last night between 10 and 11 o'clock Bon Pangelinnn went homo quite unexpectedly and found tho door of his wifo's room locked. Ho kicked it in and found auothor man occupying tho pluco in tho bed which lawfully belong ed to him, which was just what ho had expected and prepared for. After kicking in tho door Bon drew tho pistol ho had provided himsolf with and entered tho room. Tho guilty parties both jumped out of bod, tho wifo making her escape duringtho subsequent proceedings which interested her not. Tho man made abreak for tho door without waiting to put on his clothes but was stop ped by a blow iroin tho lujureu husband's fist which partly Btun ncd him. Ben then put up his pistol and after putting tho man's head "in chancery" thumped him uutil his head was covered with blood. Ho thon compelled tho man to sit on a chair until n policemnu nrrived, refusing to allow him to put ou his clothes uutil ho had been taken in charge. At tho police station ho was identified as Arthur Jones, a clork in tho Manufacturers' Shoo 6tore, and one of tho promiuont young half whitos about town. He was charged with being found unlaw fully on tho premises of another at night, and later bailed out and sont homo. Ben Pangelinau is tho second steward on the Hall, but loft Mint vcsboI during hor last trip nnd came home ahead of timo in order to verify certain suspicions of his wife's fidelity which had been aroused in his mind. Somo nccounts havo it that ho battered Jones over tho head very soveroly with tho butt oud of his revolver, but tho above will likely bo found to bo tho truth. During tho morning tho wifo wns also, ar rested but afterwards allowed to go on hor own recognizance. Tho enso against Jones was called iu tho Police Court today but wont ovor. tub iU!tciinwi. itr.sr.uvoiit. I-Witter Turned In 'ctcrluy LciiIih the Night. Out During Yostorday afternoon tho now Punchbowl reservoir was filled for tho first timo for the purpose of testing tho comout work nnd discovering tho location of nny possible cracks. This morning tho water waB fouud to bo run ning out through a Binall leak in tho bottom. Tho wator was turned off and n search mndo for tho leak. It was fouud to bo in tho bottom of tho reservoir, but there wero on ly a few slight cracks in tho co mont to show for it. It is sup posed there is a bed of black sand under that particular place which has caved slightly from tho pres sure above. Tho place will bo ex cavated and filled with rook and cement nnd it is expected thoro will bo no more trouble IIuwhIIiiii llurdwuro Co. In a ehango of ndvortisoraout this morning tho Hawaiian Hard ware Company calls attention to a few novelties in tho shnpo of tho improved American meat and vegetable choppers, bird cages both brass and painted, Hartman's steel wiro door mats, rain gauges and portable boot black stands. A couplo of drunks, male nnd femalo, woro given the usual fino in tho police court Hub morn-iiig. IMPORTANT DECISIONS ixnihumkntn jiaui; nv sunNi'.u to CltANnF.I.t. AUK ritAI'IlS. Itmvllns IVoli'cfi'tl la Ulu i:lslitN TriMt t'uiitt tlimrilcd Other Court .'nt". Judgo Perry has tendered a decision on the bill in equity to cancel a deed brought by Maria K. llatbottlo and William llnr botilo her husband against T. W. Rawlins. Thtt grounds stated in tho bill are that the execution of tho deed was procured by Rawlins through unduo influonco nnd mis representation, and while com plainants wero acting under fear j nud constraint caused nud exer- . cised by defendant. After roviow- ing the ovidouco tho Judgo fiuds : upon it, nud upon tho law, that tho complainants nro not ontitled ' to tho relief prayed for. Henco i tho bill is dismissed. MWoon it Ediugs for complainants; Robert bou tor (leteuunut. in rendering tho decision, tho Court quotes Story ns follows: "If a parson of ordinary understanding, ou whom no fraud has been prnclicod, makes an imprudent bargain, no court of justice can releaso him from it. Inadequacy of i consideration is not n substantial ground for sotting aside a convey ance of property." ' Judgo Carter has rendered n de cision on motion for ordor of publication of summous, in tho case of James J. Byrno vs. John Allen, Henry Allon, Henry Rhodes, W. II. Lambert, A. Feok, B. F. Dillingham and tho Oalm Railway & Land Company. Tho bill alleges the recovory of a judgmont for $812.12 nud costs against tho defendants othor than Dillihf'hum and tho company; thnt'thoro is no property in this republic which could be attached ' or tnkon nutler oxecutiou; that tho defendants other than those ex cepted nro non-residents; that ' thoro is an agreement between tho j railway company nnd Feok by which Feek is to receivo $7000 of its bonds on tho completion of its roadbed to Kaena Point, and that tho right or equitablo interest of Feek in said bonds cannot be taken ou execution. Tho relief sought is an injunction addressed to tho Oalm Railway it Land Company enjoining it from pass iug tho 6nid iuterestof Feok in or to said bonds to him pr his as signs, nnd tho application of tho proceeds of Feok's interest there in to tho iudtrmeut debt. There is no allegation thnt execution has issued aud has been returned uusntisfied. Tho Court in effect fiudB that it has no jurisdiction to summon Feck by publication, and such be ing so it cannot constitutionally soquostor tho property to onforce a judgment nt law. It would bo objectionnblo to enjoin tho com pany from passing tho intorest of Feek, which, if tho Court did not acquire jurisdiction of Feek, would tie up the bonds indofiuitnly. The motion is over-ruled; the cause cannot proceed in tho absence of propor service ou tho defendant Feok. Magoon it Ediugs for plaintiff; Wood for Dillingham and tho Railway. In tho mntter of tho application of Bruco Cnrtwright, trusteo for SiiBie F. Cnrtwright and two children, to invest $5000 in a chnttel mortgage of a half intorest in a collection of coins and medals, to boar nine per cent, per milium, Judgo Carter hns ren dered n decision. Ho disallows tho application on tho ground that the proposed invostmont is not n propor ono for trust fundB. Un der tho terms of this particular deed, which require first-class in vestments, tho Court considers that security Bhould bo of the first importance and tho rate of iutor .ost secondary. Apnrt from tho deed it would not bo approved if the trusteo mndo it on his own re sponsibility. "The properly of fered hns no markot or definito val ue, and, while the collection may bo of greater vnluo than ton thou sand dollars to tho present owners, still under a foreclosure snle of an undivided interest it is extreme ly ( doubtful if tho samo would bring nuy thing like five thousand dollars from anyone iu this coun try, aud tho mero fact of adver tisement of such sale in n foreign country would not insuro so much as investigation, not to sny bid dors." The fact that tho parents of the children interested hnvo con sented to tho proposed investment ennuot affect tho requirements of the law, as tho interest of tho children ennuot bo prejudiced by any consent or act of the parents. Kinnoy and Ballon for trusteo. A. M. Knhananui vs. James Ashfnrd, injunction, has been sot for hearing next Monday. Judgo Perry has signed a decreo affirming tho bill to apppoiut n re ceiver, etc., in tho caso of J. K. Sumner by his uoxt friend, Maria S. Davis, against M. F. Crnudell. Tho decreo Bots out that tho pow er of attorney alleged to havo been givon by J.K.Sumner to tho defend ant wns obtained by Crandell by frnud aud is n fraudulent in strument. Also thnt a certaiu in strument signed by J. K. Snmuer in favor of M. F. Ornndoll, whero by Sumner trnnsforred nnd as signed to Crnutloll for thirty live years one-third part of nil the not income, rents, issues nnd profits accruing or dorivod from tho pro perty of Sumner after nil expendi tures for care and mnnngemont nnd snle had been pnid, was ob tained by tho defendant of Sumner by frnud and is also a fraudulent instrument. Tho decreo orderB both tho fraudulent instruments to bo re voked, tho property restored to Sumner, nnd n full accounting mndo by Crnudell, who is also enjoined from .having any moro to do with tuo property. Jnmos A. King is decreed as appointed to bo porraanont receiver of tho estnto of J. K. Sumuer, having its full maungemont, under a bond of S25,000. jungoou nnd iuiinpy for com plainnnt; Cnstlo nnd Dolo for de fendant. . Cecil Brown, administrator nnd trusteo of tho estnto of W. M. Gibson, has filed his third annual account. Receipts $3390.47, pny mouts $2a(!0.79, bnlanco $520.08. Ho also files n report, chiefly tak en up with n statement of tho ar rangement lately mndo with W. G. Irwin for tho relief of tho es tnto. Croighton it Correa havo filed an nppoal for Arthur Fitzgerald, sentenced to two years for shoot ing a polico officer in tho leg. Tho same hrm, with o. is., ivnne, havo filed Geo. Houghtniliug's appeal from couvictiou for un lawful liquor Belling. 0. Knisor nud Chun Miug, ad ministrators of tho estato of Lam Pow, havo filed their first nnd lin al account. Receipts $171.03, payments $171.03, balnnco to dis tributo among creditors $300. Mrs. Mnrin J. Forbes has ent ered n suit of ejectment against Christian Gertz and Anna Uortz for property at Knwaiahao. TOOK 1(IS- IIV .IIISIMKi:. An riectrlc I,fht Mmi Itrlnhi Acid Cold Ten. lor An omployoo of tho Electric Light Works nnmod S. Stobbius, who was working in tho now stables of W. G. Irwin atAVnikiki, took somo nitromnrintio ncid in mistake at noon today. Ho was feeling quite thirsty, so taking up tho bottle whioh ho thought con tained ton, and which was labeled "Root Boor," ho took a largo draught of tho burning ncid. Available antidotes woro givon him, aud Dr. Sloggott was tele phoned for. Dr. bloggett nccoru paniod by Dr. Wnysou drovo out nB quickly as possible Tho Buf fering man was given tho propor antidotes, and thon removed to his homo on Emma stroot. When soon at 2:30 this attornoon, Dr. Sloggott said tho patient was rest ing easy. IS THIS OUR OLD FRIEND? oi: j . xv. ami WA.vrr.it rorc uiutino- nori:r.s. Kiihiic1 to lie V.'. :. A h IVIni Onlnrd .Until iloil-ly In IIiIh lljr homo llnio 4i;o. Many people will romenibor a young man ho was known hero an AV. B. Ash, who posed nB n teacher of elocution nnd music aud appeared in several entertain ments horo. Ho wns accompanied by a good-looking young woman whom ho said was his wife, al though ho showed his affection for hor by taking o nhot nt her" with a revolver while thoy woro residing in n cottngo on Hotel' street. It is more than likely that this is tho samo young mnu who is mentioned in tho following clipping from n Into Call: "Detectives John Seymour nud' Rosa Whitnker were at tho Puhico Hotel last night, waiting for somo hours for the return of J."W. Ash, who is said to bo n vory smooth young man with soveral aliases, who has been benting several ho tels of tho country. "Ash,nccording to the story, had a traveling partner who hus been operntiug for a part of tho timo undor the nnmo of J. T. McKay. Tho latter stopped at tho Occident al for a brief timo, but appearB to have grownapprehonsivo of arrest, for it is said no loft tho city Tues day. A reqtH'Bt has been sont horo that thoy bo arrested for ob taining inoiioy undor false protons cs. It sepms that thesn men, both of whom nro well dressed nud of suave manners, wero at tho Ant lers Hotol in Colorado Springs from Soptombor 5 to September 11. Two youug women woro with them, who passed as their wiveB. Tho men left tho hotel aud went to Denver, thoro apprising tho women that they would return tho next day. Thoy did not put iu nn nppcar nnco, nnd about this timo it de veloped that thoy had feathered their nests in ono way nnd nnoth er to theexteutof sevornl hundred dollars. At Colorado Springs tho mon woro snid to havo registered us J.T. McKay and J. W. Ash. Further investigation brought out tho story that thoy had left KniiBns City on September 1, nnd registered nt tho Brown Palnco Hotel us A. W. Mnnn and wifo, Boston, nnd H. AV. Gordon nnd wifo, Arizona. It 'is said they also announced nt ono timo thnt they woro stock mon of Fort Worth, Tex. iMti.ici: to ii u r M,rri.iiN. Six .Mouth on tortus the 111 itper AVIfO. for Hat- In tho District Court Hub morn ing tho caso of V. Thoui, charged, with malicious iujury and mis chief iu untying n horso belong ing to Carl Klommo from tho wncou to which it was attached and thoroby possibly causincr damngo to tho amount of $200, was Bet for trial ou tho Gth, on a plea of not guilty. J. Kolly was lined $2 nnd $3 cosls for battering another. Maria da Mollo pleaded guilty of profanity. Sentence suspouded. Puakola was fined $50 for hnv ing opium in possession, nnd tho charge ot larcouy against nollo pros. d. Knolelo was soutencod to six mouths on tho reef for bnttortng his wifo, although tho latter tes tified that ho only pulled hor by tho hnnd nud she foil over n trunk, iu llio ting n bad out ovor her eyo and otherwise giving hor tho appearance of having passed through a throshing machine. Doputy Marshal Hitchcock nnd othors of tho polico told a different story and testified to statemenlB mado by both mnu nud woman nt tho timo of tho arrest. It was' al so shown that tho dofoudant had beon convictod sovornl tiraco of a. , similar offense. mm K 4 r I) JSL tySfr L ' fc fVmi.r?MwBnf..- Afc&, : a ..4 l. JWh. tp'Vi. uiL Jul ;Vn.ii,K aa-i-"-" iinfimrrrir