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sSPtl ' ' SV - -. - - -w - r - ,r ." "W " ". "i,l!r'',"T"S r ' 4.:t wM . Vtf- $ VW ' nlri9 wWVM4-we-' .- - " ' 'v7 C3f 'rr -JTJW- : 7w 'Best Eight Vagi I 4 : Evening Paper Published I sfc on the Hawaiian Islands. . . ' : Subscription 75c. a month. : - , "ir Best Advertising Medium. BULLETIN If you Don't Head the Bulletin you Don't Gel ALL the News, It Reaches ALL the Tcoplc. Vol. II. No. 45G. HONOLULU, JI. I., WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBER 11, 1896. Piiiok 5 Cents. BVGN N.G ; -Jr 1, f, THE EVENING BULLETIN. Published every day except Sunday At 210 King Stroot, Honolulu, IL I. SUUSCmi'TIOX ItA,TE8. Pet Month, nnywhero in the Ha waiian Islands.. 3 7" Per Year. mi Pot Year, postpaid to Amoricu, Canada, or Mexico 1000 Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign Countries 13 00 1'nynblo Invariably In Advance. Telephono 250. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. J. T. i&TERHOUSE The demand for garden and plantation tools is large and our orders to England to Bupply tho dorannd aro in proportion. Wo "are enjoying a reputation for sell ing good goods at low prices, con sequently wo aro doing a larger share of business than most houses in the same lines. By the Edward May wo receiv ed a largo invoice of goods for garden and plantation uso. Tho quality is unquestionably tho best and tho prices tho lowest. Tho stock comprises Lawn Mowers, Rakes, Shovels, Garden Tools, .... Aud Carpenters . . . . . . Tools ! An order for any of these will have prompt attention. Goods de livered at any lime aud any plnco iu tho city. J. T. WATERHOUSE Queen Street. Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to Forecloso and of Sale. In ncoordanco with tho pro visions of thut cortain mortgage made by Aimio Haines and Churlos Haines, hor husband, to TV. A. Kinnoy, dated Aug. 4th, 1887, rccoid d in tho Register Oflico, O.iliu, in Liber 111, pages 403 ot seq , which moitgago was duly assigned to J. A. Magoou by nssignmont, notico is horoby giv en thut tho assigiioo of said mortgngo intends to foreclose tho same lor condition broken, to wit: tho non-payment of both princi pal and intorost whon dno. Notico Is likowiso given that aftor tho expiration of three weeks from this dato tho proper ty covered by said mortgage will bo advortiyod for sale and will bo sold at public auction at tho auction rooms of W. S. Luce, Honolulu, on Monday, Doc. 7th, 1890, at 12 o'clock noon of that day, For further particulars apply to J. A. Magoou. Dated Honolulu, Nov. 7, 18 G. Tho property to bo sold is as follows: All that pirco or parcel of land situato at Puunui, Honolulu, more particularly described in Royal Patent 4401 11., Kuloana 1070 to flikoulu. 453-td Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan. AUCTION SALE OF laftiable fJouseLots t ON Kigg Street, eppsstts the Kavral ahaa Seminary. - I am directed by Oharlos M. Cooke, executors of tho estate o Juli.'tto M. Cooke, deceased, act in l: tinder instructions given in the will of said Juliotto M. Cooke, to soil at public auction, at my snlesroom in the city of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, On SATURDAY, Nov. 1 4th, at 12 noon of said day, tho follow ing property being a portion of lloyal Patent No. 1934, commen cing at tho north corner of this lot ou lower side of King street nt juu '.'on of wooden fence and coral wall aud running: 1. 8.57 8'E true 117.5 foot along King stroet along fonofi to an iron pin at tho north nnglo of gate post on north west s'do of driveway. 2. S. 31 00 ' West truo 132 feet along A. F. Cooko lot along north west side of driveway to an iron V 3! N. G2 o 21 W. truo 101 ft. along A. F. Cooko lot to an iron pin at ti-nco; thenco 4. N. 31 10 ' E. truo 28 foot along Chamborlain lot along fonco to anglo of tamo; thpneo 5. N. GO 40 ' W. tiuo 14.5 feet aloi.g Ha mo along fonco. G. N. 2!) 23 ' E. truo 113.8 feet along mmo along northwest face of old coral building on t'iO Cooke homostoad aud along fonco to initial point. Area 33 100 acre. Also buildings thereon. Tornn cash in U. S. gold coin. Deed at tho expense of tho iur chnsur. For furthor particulars apply to C. M. or A. F. Cooke. JAS. P. MORGAN, ir." -t t Auctioneer. FOUR BEAUTIFUL Homestead Sites .A.t A.uction On SATURDAY, Nov. 14th, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. There will bo Bold at Public Auction, nt tho (motion rooms of Jas. F, Morpau THOSE TOUR BEAUTIFUL HOMESTEAD SITES, 8ltuatcd on tlio cast corner of Keeaumoku street aud Wilder uvemie In Maktkl. Tho location of these lots Is one of the bust in Honolulu. The neighbors aro among the best in the cky. X3T For further particulars, apply to JAS. F. MORGAN, Auctioneer. Or to W.O. Aohi & Co., Roal VaMo Brokers. IID-M AUCTION SALE OF Pearl City Lots lly order of John F. Colbuni, Esn., As olnee of tho Kotato of 11. F. 1'oor, l.sj , n Bankrupt, 1 will sell at Vnblic Auction, On SATURDAY, Nov. 14, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, At uiy Salesroom, Queen street. Lot 4, Block 1, at Pearl City. Lot 9, Block 15, at Pearl City. fST Lot No. i Is adjacent to the Depot at Pearl City and Is a valuable Lot. JAS. F. MORGAN, 4SG-3t Auctioneer, ALtulM ,,YJt. .ififamr 'W Jtei. -... PURE BLOOD Is tho source of good health. Ayer's Sarsaparilla Makos Puro Blood, , J Sirongthons tho Norvos, Shaipens tho Appotito, Removes that Tired Fooling, J and Makes Life Worth Living. Sufferers from indiges tion, general debility, skin diseases, or any other ail ment arising from impure blood, should tako AVER'S ARSAPARHLLA Gold Medals z tta World's Great Expositions. 57newnr of chonp Imltntlons. Thn nnmt Ayer's Siirsiipnrlllu Is pronil iiunt on tho wrapper, nml is blown in tho glass of eueh bottle. Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. 3ole AKents for tho Ilepublio of Hawaii. m lawo mowers , Gtuick Cutting, Light and Serviceable. ALL SIZES. Moderate Prices Gastle & Cooke (X-iim-ited..) Notico to Intonding FurchasorB. As Assignco of tho Eatuto of II. F. Poor, a bankrupt, I am opon for negotiations for tho sulo of his roal estate, situnto at Kapahulu Kapiolani Park, Vaikiki. Map of tho same oan ho seon and par ticulars loarned by calling on mo at my oflico on Kimhnmnnu Street. JOHN F. COLMJRN. Uonolulu, Nov. G, 18. 453-tf US IlLUelE nWi' in 'idi'tfm&Mfastfnt-lsL AN EVENING OF COMEDY TWO l'LAYS JVTN KY I.RAI)IA LOCAL T.l,i:TS. ".TI.v rude Will" nntl 'Jnne"- Itril- ' lliuil Cliurnclorlzallonii nud I'luc Aclliinr Liirco Aiitllcure. It might havo boon expected that tho transition from high claa sicnl opera to tho lightest of light comndy- between tho first aud tho second nights of tho opening sea uon of tho new Opera House would havo changed tho ratio of numbers and enthusiasm in favor of the galleries as against the choicest parts of tho auditorium. Such was not tho case, howovor, ns the most prominent feature of tho audience Inst night was tho largo proportion of " grave and reverend seigniors" aud venora bio dames interspersing a good house of tho representative pro fessional, business and social lifo of tho community. President and Mrs. Dolo wore in tho middlo of the auditorium, and functionaries of church and state wero present with their wives and daughtors. In viow of tho fact that tho atuli enco assembled in the midst of a thunder aud rain storm, tho houso was in itsolf a grand tribute to tho ladies aud gentlomon of Ho nolulu who provided tho ontor taiument. It was an entertainment that fulfilled ouo of tho primo func tions of public amusements, in tiiat it mado tho people laugh heartily aud took them wholly out of the influences of carkiug care for tho timo. Tho "morol" of tho principal play was ono to bo tak en inversely, as directly it implied f hat tho most nrtintic lying does not always cud tmdly for tho artist in that lino. As tho wholo sohemo is full of absurdity, tho inforonco in question is mado absurd, aud tho result is a moral lesson by contraries. For a curtain raiser tho one-act comedy, " My Unclo's "Will," was produced with the following cast: Hat ry Cashmoro Major G. C. Potter Mr. linker.. . . . . . .Mr. 11. L. Scott Floronco Marigold.. Mi6s McGrow Harry Cashmoro, a naval oilicor, and Floronco Marigold aro com panions of youth to each othor. Tho young lady's undo dies, will ing the pair of them $230,000 if thoy intermarry within ono year. Harry gets homo on furlough whon tho year has but a week to run. There is much constraint botweon tho young people, iu tho mutual knowlodgo of tho provi sion in tho will, and whon thoy meet their exhibitions of regard for each othor aro extremely tho reverse of affectionate. All this voxob tho old executor of tho will, Mr. Barker, to whom tho little fortune rovorts if forfeited by tho young people's failuro to marry. Ho has no uso for tho monoy and would prefer that the marriago should tako placo, but if tho con ditional dovisoes provo obdurate ho will apply tho wealth to 'found ing an asylum for mad dogs. Barker uses all his powers of conciliation and persua sion upon them, ami plays tho trick of placing photographs of a straugo man and a strange woman where thoy will ho picked up, respectively, by tho hello and Mho beau, so as to put tho strong motive of jealousy in oporation for bringing about tho matoh. This brings on a tor riblo quarrel, endiug in ouch ono writing a renunciation of tho othor aud tho fortuuo in langu age that tho fuuny littlo ovomng paper might ouvy in raviowing tho political situation. Next Har ry iu an independent mood des troys his lottor, leaving tho lady her rightful prerogative of rejec tion. Sho follows suit with hor letter, and then ho woos aud wins hor in a fivc-miuuto siogOj while tho old man comos in to rojoico at the destruction of his dog nsylum in the air. It was all acted out in a stylo boyond criticism. Miss McGrew and Major Potter, although thoy had achieved no small distinction on proviouB occasions, raised ex pectations by somo dogrees for tho more elaborate comedy to follow. Our clairvoyant takes a difforont view of tho gist of tho comedy just described from others. Tho pair woro lovers throughout. "What made them so mutually rcpollaut and irritable was tho senso of bondaga from tho iron decree of tho will. They wanted to woo and bo won, respectively, like other people, and tho way waB oponed for this happy condition only whon both had ronounccd tho monoy consideration. After all thoir mutual recrimination tho exhibition of cxtromo affection in tho denouement would have been unseemly. Thoir modorato dis play of passion was just riht, criticism to tho contrary notwith standing. "Jane," a society comedy in threo acts, was tho main piece. Its cast was as follows: Chas. Shakelton Mr. W. H. Lowers William, his man " Mr. O.D.Wilson Mr. Kershaw. .Major G O. Pottor Olaudo . . Mr. A. St. M. Mackintosh Mr. Pixton Mr. R. L. Scott MrB. Chad wick .... Miss McGrow Miss Martin. . . .Mrs. W. P. Boyd Mrs. Pixton.. .Miss Panahi Judd Jano Mrs. W. W. Dimoud Shakelton is a high roller of London. "William is his valet, Claudo his footman and Jane his housekeeper. Mrd. Glial wick is aunt of Miss Martin, a young lady tor whom ho cherishes tho divino spark. Mr. Kershaw is an unclo of Shnkelton, who lias from a dis tant town supplied for years tho wherewithal to stand off tho young swell's creditors. By aud by tho uncle, gotting tired of the drain on his bank account, resolves to visit Shakelton and lecture his sup posed wife on tho extravagance of tho housekeeping. This places Shakelton on tho brink of an awful catastrophe, for ho has no wife to bo lectured. lie do putes William to omploy a woman to personato a bettor half for him. William hires Aunt Chndwick only too easily, for the damo has soft dosigns ou Shakelton. Bo fore William reports tho buccobs of li ib commission, Shakolton has hired Jano for a hundred pounds, with waulrobo and jewels thrown iu, tor tho same purpose. But it happeiiB that Jano had secretly been married to Wil iam that very morning. Kershaw arrives in this situation and Mrs. Chadwick introduces herself as Mrs. Shakol ton. Kershaw is not quite polito iu his direct remarks to tho lady on her longth of days in tho land. Shakolton repudiates tho first wifo and presents Jano as tho gonuiuo article William bwooiib aud tho curtain falls tho second timo ou a ludicrous tableau. Only indifferent success follows tho effort to conciliate William, who makes a frightful wrook of dishes in serviug luncheon. Kor shaw wants to seo tho baby, but Shakolton had forgotten ho had evef mentioned such a creaturo. Tho ombarrassment of the request is tided over with hair-raising ter giversation, and a borrowed baby to bo returned at 7:30 is produced. It's still in swaddling clothes, howovor, and tho unclo's fatal recollection of dates induces nn other iiotiou, regarding -a child two years old away to school, who has id ready won seven prizes. A handsomo niouoy settlement is promised, but, William's jealousy breaking all bounds, ho gives tho wholo thing dead away. Repudi ation of tho nephew comos swift and sovero, but is followed by reconciliation all round. Mr. aud Mrs, Pixton aro tho parouts and lessors of tho baby aud thoir anxioty to recovor it waB a feature of tho denouomont. It would bo impossible to bo Htow more praise than is dosorvod on tho local talent that present ed this comedy. Mrs. Dimoud iu tho titular rolo adorned every sit uation. It is usually uphill work to surmount high expectations, Continued on Jtih l'aye. & jAumMdmM THIS KVr.NINU'N DKAMA. Nut Unoitnlii nml III J rent lli-miniMe (Jrentlon on the llunrd. Through the very creditablo courtesy of Mr. Mark, manager of tho Frawley Company who will open in tho Irwin Opera Houso next week with a most excellent roportoire, Mr. Nat Goodwin will open at tho Opera House tonight iu "The Gilded Fool," a comedy of bucIi rare mrit as lo win for Mr. Goodwin, the onginutor of the play, fame aud fortune beyond ordinary people's and the uu stiuted applauso of hundreds of thousands ol people who havo seen this comedy. Itisagom, raro ond beautiful. It dopicts tho careor of an appar ently brainless Bcion of a crrafc Now York broker's house, who, at a most critical moment m tho family's finances, suddenly devel ops a talent for stock jobbiug which surprises ovorybody anil savos tho family honor. It's a great play and has boon, since its introduction, a groat success. Como and seo it, for you cannot afford to miss it. 7IOITNTi:i I'ATItOLJI VN I.T.WIS. Off rull mid linn lllcli old rime All by lllmicir. This morning mouuted patrol man Horaco Lewis, who lives out ou tho Waikiki road next to Jas. Boyd's placo, wont off duty at 7 o clock aud immediately proceeded to quench an all night thirst ac cumulated during long hours of arduous watching on tho Waikiki road. Ho succeeded so well that when ho wont homo about 9 o'clock ho was gloriously intoxicated. Ho wont to bed and then amused hiinsolf by shooting his revolver off through ono of tho windows, and scaring all tho neighbors. It waB reported at tho pohco station that ho had shot himself, but on investigation tho above state of affairs was developed. I.tut Mtfllt'N Illllll. Tho sudden and heavy rainfall between 8 and 9 o'clock last evcu ing washod off tho streots and flushed tho sownrB very thorough ly. Tho torrents of wator com ing down tho streets leading from Punchbowl brought down enough debris to clioko up tho sower en trances for a timo aud flood Boie tauia and King streets, but men in tho employ of the street depart ment wero soon on hand to remedy the trouble. No damugo of any moment was done to tho Nuuanu htream im provements, tho rain in tho valley above evidently being loss than in town. I Xollca ol I'ottpiiiieiiirut Owing to tho indisposition of some of tho principal perfor mers in tho Opera of 11 Trova toro, it haB boon decided to post pone any furthor representation of it for tho present, and tho per formance advertised for tomorrow evening will not tako placo, Tho public may, however, look for somo entertainment during tho holiday soason. Parties who havo purchased tickots for tomorrow's performance will have thoir monoy refunded on application to Wall, Nichols Co. ul Ciiifditin ToiilKht, Through tho efforts of a repre sentative of tho BuLLKTi.Njit is an nounced that Mr. Nat Goodwin aud his splendid company will pro duce "Tho Gilded Fool,"a comedy of rare merit and interpreted by Mr. Goodwin only, a comedy which has won for him a famo and fortuuo iu Amorico, England aud Australia, at tho opora houso tonight. Every lovor of tho stage should bo prosont. Chineso banana shippors did not loso any timo gotting thoir fruit down to tho wharf today after tho steamer was sighted, Wagons woro boing unloaded at tho wlmrl as early as 1' o'clock. " 4" v 4'. Hi A I ''& & ' li re