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Vol. II. No. 4G2.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day escopt Sunday nt
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Paynlilo Iu variably In Advnuco.
Tolophono 250. V. O. Box 80.
B. L. FIF.NEY, Manager.
Cure SICK HEADACHE.
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Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good for the Stomach,
GocJ for the Liver,
Good for the Bowels.
THERE ARE HO OTHER PILLS
SO COOP AS
Highest Awards at the World's
Hollistcr Drug Co., Ltd.
-rSolo Agents for Un iiupr.blia of Hawaii.
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k Light and Serviceable.
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THE FRAWLEY COMPANY
ft All i: TUU1 II HS ,-i PIT. 'HANOI'.
at nii: orrntK iiiini
('rutlf Ij.ni.o in '.Vltiio.ii fe- I'ru.
tlimlnii l lltn Wlft-" T.
inorrmv .lalilV I'ci'fri incr.
'J 'ho opeia houoo was crowded
with 'thu beauty iiml fashion of
Ilonolnlu last night to witness the
iiisl peiformnueo of tho Frawloy
Company. This troupo lias been
so well recommended that expect
ation rnu high. It is sufficient to
state after eooiug their first pro
duction that these expectations
were in tho main realizod. In tho
piny given last night it may bo
baiii there was no central charac
ter, as in Nat Goodwin's "Gilded
Fool," but rather a collection of
character' which drew and merit
ed equal interest when on tho
stage. It can truthfully be said
of tho Frawloy Company that it is
one of general excellence through
out, judging from lnt night's por-
torniunct', mm that u tho same
finished acting and careful atten
tion to details is maintained in
fuure the success of tho company
should be beyoud question.
'the four act drama of "The
Wife" was written by David Uel
asco and Henry do Mille. Tho
part of John Jtutherlord of tho
United States Senate, the princi
pal cliaiactcr, is a powerful one
and was well taken by Mr. Frank
Worthing la6t night, but his good
acting was marred by tho incon
gruity of a youthful make up.
Miss Blanche Bates, tho loading
lady of tho company, who took
the character of Helen Truman,
who marries tho sonator whilp
loving uiiother man, is an actrcsr.
of no meuu ability and is bound
to become a popular favorite. Her
acting last night left little to
bo desired. As Matthew Culvor,
the villuin of tho piny, who in this
instance is a scheming politician
aud an unscrupulous editor who
uses his paper to blacken tho
private famo of his political op
ponent for the honorable office of
United States District Attoruoy,
Mr. Wilt.on linos ably sustained
the reputation which has preced
ed him. Hurry Carson Clarko as
Major Homer Q., Ptitnmu, G.A.R.,
was capital, as was Miss Hope
Hosb as Kitty Ives. Theso two
characters, with that of Jack Dex
ter, a Columbia graduato, takon
by George W. Leslie, furnished
tho comedy portion of tho play
and kept the audionco in roars of
laughter when ou the stago.
The part of Robert Grey was
acceptably filled by Mr. T. Dauiol
Frawley, but hardly afforded op
portunity for any special efforts.
Miss Lansing Rowan as Lucillo
Ferrant had a difficult rolo to
fill but was fully equal to
the occasion. Tho other char
acters, oven to tho smallest,
wore well filled and it was readily
soon that there are no "sticks" in
In one of the proscenium boxes
wore Mrs. W. G. Irwin, Mrs- Mon
tague Tumor and a party of
friends. Mrs. S. G. Wilder in tho
box opposite was accompanied by
Miss Atkinson, Dr. and Mrs, Her
bert aud GiMiitt Wilder. In the box
above wore tho Japanese Cousul
General aud Mis. Shiniamnra,
Professor Scott aud party. In tho
upper left hand box woro Dr. and
Mrs. Mousarrat and a party of
friends. Scattered through tho
audionco wore many prominent
diplomatic and government offi
cials. Tho full cast is given bolow.
John Rutherford of tho U.
S. Senate Mr. F. Worthing
Matthew Culvor, in politics.
Mr. Wilson Enos
Robert Groy, attorney at
law.... Mr. T. Daniel Frawloy
Silas Truman, of tho Pro
Mr. Mcly u Arbuokel
Major Homer Q. Putnam,
G. A. It., whose faint
heart ne'r won fair lady,
Mr. Harry Corson Clark
Jack Dexter, Columbia '88,
Mr. Georgo W. Loslio
Mr. Randolph, Rutherford's
Mr. Georgo Basworth
Holftu Truman, nu only
daughter, Miss Blanche L. Bales
Lucille Ferrant, from New
Orleans... Miss Lansing Rowin
Mrs. Bellamy Ives, in Char
ities Miss Madge Carr Cook
Kitty Ives, coming out,. . ..
Miss Hope Rous
Mrs. Armory, junior mem
ber l'ruumu iV Co.,
Miss PhoMi McAllister
Agnes, Helen's maid
Miss Alicf Phloy
"Tho Two Escutcheons," tho
play to bo produced tomorrow
night, is a piece fairly bubbling
over with comical situations and
the funniest up todato quips and
jokps. It is story of a self made
Chicago family aud a German
aristocrat with a long line of an
cestors. Tho eon of tho Gorman
swell falls in Ioto with tho
daughter of the Chicago pork
packer, and the two old men have
a quarrol and fight, but tho young
folks have taken tho alTair into
their own hands and married, and
so things coma to an umicablo
understanding. This is told with
niBiiy side issues in scenes aud
witty lines in dialogue. There ib
much that is original and un
conventional in the handling of
tho subject of tho characters.
Tho play is constantly interesting,
highly uniUBiug and witty all
Hi' MiK OYili:us CKO'.V.
Srloatlilr I'.irly 'nun the iilmlro
Ha to t'l'iirl lliirlmr.
When the Albatross anivod tho
Bulletin mentioned her as tho
vessel of the United States Fish
Commission. In tho now defunct
California Magazine, a former ex
pedition of the Albatrosnriu Miese
and adjacent wnlors, formed tho
subjoct of several pages ot in
teuboly interesting description.
At the former visits of tho Alba
tross she was doing surveying for
tho Pacific cable, but incidentally
the fishery experts on board
pursued their investigations. An
account of somo curious fish
caught in deep water, which ap
peared in tho lUi.u.riN of that
time, was called a "ftiko" by
smarties. ') his morning the gen
tlemen of the Commission attach
ed to the Albatross wore conduct
ed to Pearl Harbor by John F.
Collmin to inspect his transplant
ed oyster beds there. Tho party
wont in tho directors' car of tho
Oahu Railway & Laud Company,
procured by Mr. Colburn for tho
purpose through the kindness of
Superintendent B. F. Dillingham.
A representative of tho Bulletin
was kindly invited by Mr. Col
burn to join tho party.
At TliomitM Siiunre
The government band will play
at Thomas square this ovoniug at
7:30, with the following program:
Overture-French Oomcdy Hula
(luvottc I'llncuss .May (Ijy ri'ijuct)
ItcmlnUcciiccs of Dontruttl Knppoy
Kn llnl, llalduiil, 0! hot li.i.
PA I IT XI.
Mulley (ifrmnii Airs (loilfiey
KmitntilA l.ut'b l)on oMlur Kllcnbi'ric
Wal'rs Comtmm-c lliu Hall ..Cooto
M urcli Manlial tnn Uu.icli smif .i
Weililuil tlilN Altoriioou.
At 2:30 this afternoon at tho
rosidonco of tho bride's parents nt
Punahou, Miss Gortrudo Wido
manu was married to W. Lanz,
bookkeeper for F. A. Solmefor it
Co. Rev. Father Loonoro officiated.
Following tho coromony a rocop
tion will bo held by tho newly
wedded couplo, lasting from !i to(i.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
furnish delightful music on tho
lawn during tho reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Lanz will occupy
tho Widemann promises at tho
beach for tho present.
Hon. John W. Forstor and wife
tho City of Peking last
THE AUTUMN EXHIBITION
a u r,
In cur ili'il Oliliiii by Nvvcrnl liiiiSii'i
joint r Ur llWfl'ciick'pt 1'itliit-
In;; h CoutrllitttniN.
Lust night tho autumn exhibi
tion of tho Kilohaua Art Leaguo
was thrown open to tho public.
It will bi-jopen from 10 to 5
o'clock iu tho day time, and on
the evenings of Monday aud Fri
day from 7 to 9, until furthor
notice Tho ontranco to tho art
gallory is on Hotel streot near
It was to have been expected
that this exhibition should bo an
advauco on anything yet attempt
ed by the Leaguo, for tho organ
ization has grown numerous since
it Bhowcd it camo to stay, and
with the incrcaso its artists have
gained in oxcollonco aud had their
number reinforced. Yet there is
a ilit,lny of meritorious work
hanging on tho walls which is
surely beyond tho most sanguine
expectations oven of those
who had formed a fair es
timato of tho amount of
artistic talent owned by theso
islands. Tho whole country is
credited advisedly, because not
only does the leading painter hail
fimn Uilo, but sovoral of the con
tributing mombors of the Leaguo
belong to tho outer districts.
Besides paintings on canvas, tho
collection includo art architecture,
wood carving ami plastor mould
ing, decoration of pottery, and
sculpture It would bo doing tho
exhibition much injustice to at
tempt to mass it all in n Rinrlo
' description. Thoreforo this paper
will only deal with a few works m
a bingo issuj until iho entire ex
hibition has been covered. Meau
whilo all patrons and lovers of
art should visit tho gallory for
thoiiibolvo-i, which will givo them
the satisfaction of judging press
criticisms as they appear.
Mr. L). Hitchcock contributes
really a giant's share to tho dis
play. Ilia masterpiece is, without
a dissenting opinion thus far
hoard, voted to be "Tho Wuvo,"
occupying a coutral position ou
tho lower end of tho hall. Thoro
is a tremendous roller moving
with as yet unbroken front upon
tho beach, excepting that its left
ilank has gono to pieces in an
angry charge upon tho impregna
ble rocks. Whoro it breaks tho
spray Hies white and high, roilect
iug in brilliant lights tho daylight
sheen. Stupendous weight is
realizod in tho curviug high breast
of tho wave, and tho rich dark
groon color is intact as tho form.
The contest of fierce light and
fitful shadow on the far ocean
horizon, with a shimmering sun
wake playing between there and
the shore, and a breezysea atmos
phere over all, make this a marino
characterization of remarkable
Mr. Hitchcock has a picture of
tho volcano of Kilauoa in 189K,
which, besides fino tieatmont of
tho cooling lava ovorilow, with
disappearing fires, and of tho
great molten lako in violent erup
tion, has merit novor reached by
any previous paiuter of that sub
ject in tho representation of tho
atmosphere Biiporhoated to the
verge of incandesceiico over tho
fiery mound and fountains. Ma
il im Loa's mighty dome in tho
background, with tho rugged ora
tor rims occupyiuc the middle
j distance, confer no slight valuo to
the composition. This is a pic
ture whoso historical worth scarce
ly falls bolow its high artistic
nualitv, for uo eyes will over again
see tho reality just as it was when
studied by the artist on tho heated
crags ovorhanging the awful
scone. Another volcauio produc
tion of tho same artist is a sketoh
of tho mythical Madame Pelo ris
iug with frightful inion from tho
Continued an 6th I'aye.
SUGAR AND RICE MARKET
r.xritAors rno.it castle a cooick'n
.Martlet fir llaunllitii Klce In Ntrini
Ailvmict In Price of ttiiiinr Arri
val mitl Drprluro.
Tho following is takon from
Castlo it Cooke's latest circular
letter to their correspondents,
issued yesterday aftornoon. The
salo of 0000 bags of sugar on the
9th, was made in Boston nt
3 3 8ths; tho San Francisco quo
tation is only 3 l-l:
Centrifugals Wo aro pleased
to adviso have advanced to 3JotB.
for 90 dec.
Tho following Balos have been
reported: Oct. '2Gth, 10,000 bags
spot, 3Jo for 9G deg. 28th, 3100
bags spot, 3o for 90 dog. 29th,
1000 bags spot, .lava, 3o. 30th,
12,000 bags spot, Cuba, 31c.
Nov. 2nd, 1000 bags spot, 3c.
9th, 0000 bags spot, this is only
for Boston), 3o for 90 dog.
Granulated on the 9th advanced
to 1.31 o. in N. 1; in S. F. it is
1 5-8 c.
Beets have iluctuated but plight
ly; wo givo you bolow the follow
ing closing quotations ou dates
Oct. 20th 9s porewt.
28th 9-1 l-2d "
29th 9-2 1-1 "
30th 9-0 3-1 "
31st 9-2 1-1
Nov. 4th 9-2 1-1 per cwt.
5th 9-2 1-1 "
0th 9-2 1-4 "
7th 9 3 3-1 "
Sugar stock has been stoadily
advancing aud closes firm; tho I
daily quotations aro as to. lows:
,. .. 1132
llico Hawaiian The San Fran
cisco market is stroug with a de
mand at il cts. 00 days. A corner
has boon olfected in New Orleans
aud tho bulk of this crop is con
trolled by a rico trust. A quality
of Now Orlooua Bimilar to our
rice cannot bo laid down under
j cts. Receipts for Hawaiian
have been 5200 Dags. Rocoipts for
Japan have been 0000 bags and in
fair demand; prico 3.95 cts. duty
Arrivals have boon as follows:
S. G. Wilder, from Honolulu,
Oct. 28th, basis 3J cts. for 90
degree; Martha Davis, from Ho
lulu, Nov. 9th, basiB 3Jcts. 90
degreo; Annie Johnson, from
IIilo, November 9th, basis ',:
J. D. Sprookels, from Malmkoua,
Nov. 9th, basis 3J.
Sailings have been as follows:
"Andrew Welch," for Honolulu,
Oct. 31st; "Anna," for Malmkoua,
Oct. 31st; "Roderick Dim," for
IIilo, Nov. 2nd: "Muriel," for
Honoipo, Nov. 7th; "Lurline," for
Kahului, Nov. 7th.
Hon. H. M. Whitney by u re
cent mail soiit copies of his "Tour
ists' Guide Through Hawaii" to
Messrs. McKinloy aud Hobart,
the Republican presidential team.
By the Australia's mail ho re
ceived autograph acknowledg
ments of tho gift from both gen
tleman, now tho President and
Vice-President oleot of tho United
States. Mr. McKinloy makos the
acknowledgment on behalf of his
wife, and says ho is glad to know
that Mr. Whitnoy was a friond of
bis brothor in Honolulu tho lato
David McKiuley, United Statos
Consul hero and later Hawaiian
Consul in San Francisco.
.THE STUDENTS MAY LAND
oit.Mi it:cisiov i. rnr. haijiam
I'riifei'illiiKa In (lie lillicr rmirtt
This .Ttornlnc-Dcrliiloii lit nn
'Jffl tin-nt Suit, i'lc.
In the Kuprpoit Court this
morning, iu tho habeas corpus
case of tho Jnpaneso who havo
boon lefused landing permits
from the steamship Toyo-Mnru,
Attoruoy Gonoral Smith nked
permission to argue tho caso of
Masumoto Michimoshu before
proceeding with tho othors. This,
was granted aud argument was
then hoard from the Attorney
Gonoral for tho government, and.
L. A. Thurston for the respon
dent. Chief Justice Judd dolivorod air
oral decision discharging the res
pondent from custody. Tho de
cision was not obtainable this
afternoon, a copy not having boon
tiled, but it is understood the
duties of custom huiido officials
and tho polico dopurtmeut iu tho
matter are fully defined, bo thut
thero will bo no clash bo
twoan theso brunches of tho
Government in future cases.
Tho Court hold that as tho statute
made it obligatory on the Collec
tor General or his deputy to
make tho investigation iu theso
cuhcs he could not take cognizanco
of the statements mado to t'vo
Marshal or interpreter Doylu as
against tho statements of tho re
spondents raudo to tho custom
house officials. As tho statomout
of tho respondent made to tho
custom house officials wi8 con
firmed by hiu testimony in poiirfc
it must be takon as against n
different statement obtuiued by
persons unauthorized to make it
iu tho sumo proceeding.
At the conclusion of tho deci
sion, tho Attorney-General an
nounced that the Government
would make no furthor contest in
tho other cases, aud all tiie Jap
itnobo were nccordinglydiseharged
Provious to the rendition of tho
last order, Mr. Thurston obtained
permission to insert the name of
Sumimoto Geukichi iu tho peti
tion, so that ho might obtain
tho bonoiit of the judgment.
Iu tho old ejectment case of
Haliaka Squires, Frances E. Jack
sou aud A. P. Jackson, her hus
band, vb. Gaspar Sylva, judgment
for plaintiff has been rendered in,
tho Supremo Court ub of tho Jan
uary term of 1892. Tho docision
quiets the title to a lot of laud
Bituato in Kawaihapai, district ot
Waialua, this island. W. R. Cas
tlo for plaintiff.
In tho case of L. H. Dee vs. J.
F. Morgan, decided yesterday, tho
judgmoiit roll and defendant's
bill of costs amounting to $19.1?
has been filed.
In the cuofa caso of The Repub
lic of Hawaii vs. Tain Hoou and
Ah To tig, tried this morning, tho
jury disagreed. E. P. Dolo for
the prosecution aud A. S. Hum
phreys for defendants.
Arthur Fitzgerald convicted o
shooting policeman Ah Fat, was
sentenced to two years imprison
ment. This afternoon the caoo of Ma
ria J. Forbos vs. Anna Gortz efc
al., an action for debt, is on trial
before a foroign jury. Magoon &
Ediugs for plaintiffs, aud the do
fondant in person. At tho sug
gestion of tho court aud consent
of opposing counsel, attoruoy E.
P. Dolo assisted Mrs. Gortz iu
questioning tho jury as to bias or
prejudice, etc., in order to facili
tate tho trial.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho-
Popular House, 154 Fort Btreotv
from 1.U0 per week up.
Don't Fouairr Ushors T. V. F..
"Tho Very Finest" whiskey ovor
imported to tho Islands is uow on
sale at tho Royal Annex. It's,
Scotch aud it's Al. .
k. ..19 nt