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THE DAILY BULLETIN!
MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1893.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Two keys nro lost.
Tug-of-wnr to-morrow night.
"N." this olTlco, wnuts n brooch
loading shot gun.
Tho band will givo a concert at
Emma Squaro this ovoning.
Thoro is an oxoctitivo session of
tho Councils this afternoon. Somo
official changos may bo tho rosult.
M. W. McOhosnoy & Sons havo for
salo six trypans of 180 to 200 gallons
capacity. Thoy will bo sold cheap.
Tho Mohican baseball team ha3
challenged tho Hawaiis to another
match on tho Lcnguo grounds next
Thoro was a lartro audionco to
hoar Dr. Lucas on tho subject of
Bible wines at Y. M. O. A. hall yos
His Excellency Thoodoro C. Porter
has boon appointed a Commissioner
of Crown Lands, vice Mr. P. C.
Mr. Jamos A. Martin, formerly
storekeeper for tho WaiakeaMill Co.,
is now conducting tho Hilo Bazaar,
25 Waianuonuo street, Hilo.
Mr. P. P. Kanoa, who was stricken
down last wook with paralysis, still
lies in a critical condition. Mrs.
Kanoa arrived from Kauai yester
Hawaiian historical drama will bo
prosontod at tho Opora Houso Satur
day ovoning, April 8, by a Hawaiian
company. It will bo an event of
D. L. HUNTSMAN KILLED.
August Herring Fatally Shoots
the Editor of the Liberal,
The Victim Lingers from Saturday Even
ing Till Monday Horning.
The sailors on tho Japanoso cruiser
Nauiva havo boon deprived of shoro
liberty since the oseapo of Imada
Yasaka, tho convicted murderor, on
board that vessel.
Sunday, March 10.
Btmr Clautline from Maui
Stmr Milcahnla from Kauai
Stmr Waialcalo from Kilauea
Btmr Iwalani from Kauai
Stmr Jamus Makee from Kauai
Stmr Iichua from Hilo
fcielir JIary E Fo-iter from Kauai
Monday, March 20.
Haw bk II P Rithet, Morrison, for San
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stnu Mokolii for Molokal
Stmr Wainianalo for Molokai and Mauf
Btmr Kanla for "Waianae
Btmr Jas Makee for Kapaa at 4 p in
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Schr Millo Morris for Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Schr Luka for Kohala
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Lehua for Hakalau and Hononiu at
i p m "
Btmr VaiaIeaIefor Lalmina and Harua
kua at !) a m
Btmr C R Uinhop for Kahuku and 1'una
luii Stmr Kilauea Hou for Hamakua
Btmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Iwaluni for Makaweli
L. J. Lovoy will hold a salo of
choice plants rocoivod by the Japa
nese stoamor Miiko Maru from Japan
latol", at his salesroom on Friday
noxt at 11 o'clock.
Tho practice bjisoball game on
Saturday aftornoou between tho Mo
hican and Hawaii clubs was won bjr
the Hawaii after a one-sided contest
bj' a score of 15 to 4.
A Chinaman arrested yesterday
for having opium in possession
pleaded guilty this morning and was
sentenced to one month's imprison
ment at hard labor by Magistrate
Six tuur-of-war teams American,
British, Gorman, Japanese, Portu
guese and Hawaiian havo boon en
tered for tho tournament to take
place at tho Berotauia street Armory
Mr. Wray Taylor will shortly ro
sumo his popular organ concerts at
the Kauinakapili Church. The first
will probably bo given in honor of
tho Raymond tourists expected by
Tho inquest on tho body of tho
dead Chinaman who was found in
the harbor last wook has boon post
poned until Thursday next, owing
to a hitch in tho ovidenco of ono of
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikahala 53S0 bags siij;ar, 20 bags
rice, 25 bags pia, bO bdls hides and (35
Stmr Claudine 777G bags sugar, 48 bags
corn, 147 bags potatoes, 51 head cattle,
10 calves, 70 hogs, 1 horse and 80 pkgs
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, March
10 Bishop of l'anopolis and servant, Q N
Wilcox, it Catton, K W Holdsworth, Mrs
M J Kowell, J L Kaulukon, .las H kaiwi,
Miss Juliette Smith, C Tucii, Mr P P Ka
noa, Miss II Loveli, A Tiioel, Ing Kee
Chan, Leo Ynng and 53 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, March
10 .W O Wilder, a P Wilder and wife, M
Louisson, C Uolte, Mrs B K. Kaapa, J Na
wahi, Aliini, Ahana, Wong Chow and 20
At Hilo from San Froneisco, per bk Har
vester, Mar 14 Miss M Lidgate, Miss Nellie
Sisson, Mr. Crocker.
Next Sunday ovoning at G o'clock
there will be a confirmation in St.
Andrew's Cathedral, when a number
of candidates prepared by tho Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh will bo confirmed
by tho Bishop.
Judge William Foster, Chief Jus
tice Judd and Mr. Cecil Brown have
been appointed Commissioners for
revising and codifying the Penal
Laws of the Hawaiian Islands under
an Act of 1892.
Tho steamer V. Q. Hall will arrive from
windward ports to-morrow afternoon.
The bark Harvester, Captain Johnson,
arrived at Hilo March 14th, 15 duys from
Ban Francisco, with a small cargo of gen
Tho Opera Houso Shut to Politics.
A meeting of peoplo favorable to
annexation has been advertised to
bo hold in tho Hawaiian Opora Houso
to-morrow ovoning. Mr. L. J. Lovoy,
lesseo, on being applied to for tho
purpose, could not grant tho build
ing for tho mooting without perniis
bion of tho proprietors, W. G. Irwin
& Co., L'd. Thoro is a standing
rule with thorn that tho Opora
Houso cannot bo lot for a political
meeting. Mr. Lovoy failed to find
either Mr. Irwin or Mr. Gilford yos
torda', and tho projectors of tho
meeting took tho chance in their an
nouncement thai the building would
bo granted. On consultation with
tho firm this morning, however, ho
was instructed to adhoro to tho rulo
agaiuht letting tho houso for a po
litical meeting. Therefore somo
other place will have to bo obtained
for tho annexation convention.
Threo da3?s is a very short time in
which to cure a bad case of rheu
matism; but it can be done, if tho
proper troatmont is adopted, as will
lie been by tho following from .lames
Lambert, of Now Brunswick, Ills:
"1 was badly alllictod with rheuma
tism in tho hips and legs, whim 1
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
J'uiu Balm. It cured me in three
days. I iiiii all ri;;ht to-day: and
would iiihist on every ono who is
nllliutcd with that terrible disease to
use Chamberlain's i'aiu Halm and get
"well at once." 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Boiimjii. Smith
& Co., agent h for the Hawaiian Islands.
axeouM ut tho
neatly and iiromjitly
On account of rough woathor no
communication could bo made with
Niihau the past week. Thoro will
therefore bo no mutton in the
market until the roturn of tho Kinau
and Mokolii next Saturday.
A Sunday rough-and-tumble bo
twoen two Chinamen, with more or
less bruises to both of tho combat
ants, resulted iu ono boing iinod $25
this morning, ho pleading guilty to
having used wood-borry rules.
Puahala, the confidence man,
pleaded guilty in tho District Court
this morning to having obtained
S2.50 of Mrs. E. Maholona undor
false pretences, within the past week.
Sentence was reserved until Mon
Rev. D. V. Lucas, D. D., will lect
ure at Y. M. C. A. hall this evening.
"Tho Evils of tho Treating System"
will bo tho subject. A siivor otter
ing will be received at tho door.
All who go may dopoud on boing
amused as well as instructed.
While Max Ordonstoin,aged eight
years, was watching his father, Mr.
is. Uruenstoin, at work on the U. 11.
& L. Co.'s wharf on Saturday, a na
tive boy of four years named Pua
fell olF the wharf and sunk in tho
water. Young Max sprang aftor him
liko a lliibli and brought little Pua
safely ashore. Neither tho rescued
boy nor tho young horo who saved
him from drowning woro tho worse
for their wotting.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Boer on draught ut Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Boiihon, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 11U Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugicai
cases, Mutual Telephone 082.
Mechanics' Home, iV.liviul (II Hole
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c, mid JitJo, a night; fl
and $1.25 a week.
J'rof. V. Lombard, A, U., will con
tinue giving instruction iu private
and in classes; French, KpaiiUh,
and Latin. Resilience, Alukoa street,
uour Y, M. C. A.
A telephone message was received
at tho Police Station at 7:10 o'clock
Saturday ovoning, that D. L. Hunts
man, editor of tho Liberal, had been
seriously wounded, on Liliha street.
An olncer was despatched to the
house, but m tiio meantime .Hunts
man arrived at tho Station accom
S anied by a Chinaman in a hack,
lood was dripping fiom a wound
ovor his mouth and nis clothos woro
heavily stained with blood. Ho was
laid on a stretcher aiul convoyed
below. Mr. Huntsinau was con
scious all tho time, and told those
present whoro ho was shot, and that
August Herring shot him. Dr. Ohas.
Peterson was called and dressed tho
man's wounds, after which ho order
ed him removed to tho Queen's Hos
pital. Thoro an olFort was made to
extract the bullet in the mouth, but
was givou up, as tho doctors were in
fear tho pationt would not survive
tho oporation. Besides tho wound
ovor his mouth, thero was also one
in tho loft hip.
When tho police officer arrived at
Herring's houso ho found him stand
ing on tho veranda with the pistol
still iu his hand. Herring aimed
tho weapon at the officer, when the
latter coinmonced to talk kindly to
him, advising him to givo himself
up quietly. The crowd which had
assembled sang out to tho officer to
jump on him. After a few minutes
parley tho odicor grappled with
Herring, and while tho tussle was
going on Captain Max Schleinmer
arrived on tho scone and the shooter
quietly gave himself up. Ho was
taken to tho Jolico btation and con
fined in a cell. Tho revolver was a
Smith & Wesson .'38 caliber.
Tho unfortunate victim was con
scious from the time of his entry at
tho Queen's Hospital until his death.
It was known by tho physicians that
his life hung on a critical balance,
and he lingoied thus until about
midnight last night. Then tho
scales tipped for the wor?o and tho
authorities woro summoned to take
his ante-mortem deposition. Hunts
man diod at 3:15 this morning with
out a murmur. His friends havo
boon bus' to-day arranging for tho
fuuoral, which will take place from
the Queon's Hospital at 1 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon. Tho band
will bo in attendance.
D. L. Huntsman was born in Mis
souri, U. S. A., and was only thirty
years of age at tho time of his death.
Ho was a member of tho Hawaiian
bar for several years past, but was
not successful in drawing clients.
For a few years ho had interested
himself much in politics, speaking
at meetings in different agitations
and contributing to tho pros'-.
Herring's jealousy of Huntsman
for suspected intimacy with Mrs.
Herring is tho commonly received
motive of tho shooting. Previous
to tho tragedj' Herring had a few
hot words with his wife, and tho lat
ter had made her escape outside.
Huntsman, who was a roomor at
Herring's houso, came in shortlj-
aftor tins, lie was mot by llei ring
at tho top of the steps. Herring
upbraided Huntsman and without
warning iired at nun, the millet
entering just under his noso. Hunts
man toppled ovor and fell down.
While ho was ou the ground another
shot struck him in the hip. Two
other shots were tired but did not
strike the mark.
Huntsman had just been down
town before the shooting. Tho
editor of tho Bulletin on his way
out tho Palama road had mot him
opposite tho railway station coming
toward town on his usual leisurely
sauntering gait, a few minutes after
seven o'clock, and exchanged a
friendly salutation with nun in pass-
August Herring is ono of tho Ha
waiian youths who woro sent abroad
by tho Government to be educated,
and was recalled about threo yearn
ago. Aftor his return ho kept a
turning shop on Fort street, whore
ho mado a specialty of Hawaiian
cuiios in the shape of oocoaiuit
dishes and calabashes, engraving Jla
waiiau scenery on them, and so forth.
IIo was arrested fcomo time ago for
I eloping with a young native girl, and
later still was lined lor carrying a
deadly weapon. The young man
was in with tho radical element of
politics for some tune, along with ,
ids victim, and carried a gun in the
late revolution. I
Herring and Huntsman woro i
known to bo on vory intimate terms,
and woro often seen on the streets
together. They have been living i
together for some time.
Herring has been engaged lately
painting tho new resilience of Mr.
12. H. F. Woltorft on tho slopes of
Punchbowl. A week ago last Sun-
day -Mrs, Julia Herring visited .Mm.
Wolters for the puichae of a second
hand sot of furniture for 10. She
paid .!0 cash down and said that i
hho would pay the remainder by-
and-by. Mrs. Herring I old .Mrs. '
Wolters that she had SK) in tho
bank. When she iimt put in I lie
money, she did it iu her husband's '
name, but .Mr. Huntsman had ad- I
vised her to change it, ami have tho
money deposited in her own name.
This nth ice had been tnlieii and the
money was so deposited. .Mm. Her
ring stated this iu the presence of
several, including her husband.
Another feature of the a II air is
thut while lluntbiiiuu was on Kauai
as school ' teacher, ho corresponded
romiliirlv with Mrs. Herring. Mrs.
Herring wroto a vory endearing let-
tor to tho school teacher ou Kauai
which somehow or other was not
sent. It was picked up by a woman
friend of Mrs. Herring's and shown
to soveral peoplo on Punchbowl, and
the woman decided to put tin? mis-
. . i .. .
sive in an envelope nun send it to
Herring. In the meantime, how
ever, wlnlo tho women were plotting
Mr. Wolters had hoard tho gossip,
and on mooting Herring told him
about the scandal regarding his wife
and Mr. Huntsman. This was two
days boforo the fatal shooting.
Herring went directly homo and
asked Huntsman whether the ro
nort was true, Huntsinau did not
sav anvlhing. but came downtown
and thieatened to shoot Wolters if
ho said any moro about, or inter
fered in. his affairs.
Mrs. Herring is a very handsome
native woman, short and fair.
Mr. Huntsman made an anto-mor-
tem statement at tho hospital be
tween 11 nud 12 o'clock last night to
Marshal Ashley and Deputy Attorney-General
Brown and Deputy
Marshals Wilder and Mohrten. Ho
mado a disposition of his little be-
longings, and instructed tho Marshal
to write a letter to his mother and
father, who aro in Idaho, U. S. A.
Other statements regardiug tho cir
cumstances of tho shooting etc., tho
authorities havo withhold until aftor
the coroner's inquest, which will .bo
Herring will appear for prelimi
nary examination on tho charge of
murder in tho District Court to
Domestic Soap for Sumo Price as an
Inferior Article in San Fran-
Soap has gone up in San Francisco,
but tho Honolulu Soap Works Co.
sell their product for tho samo price
as tho California article on its owu
ground. That is, tho Honolulu soap
is sold horo at a lower price than tho
California soap can bo placed here
for. Laundrymen all along havo
found it more economical to buy
Honolulu soap at a higher figure
than the imported article, bocauso
a given quantity does a great deal
moro washing. Tho cause of tho
advauco in San Francisco is tho
highor price of the ingredients. Tho
Honolulu Soap Works Co. aro pay
ing four cents a pound for tallow,
and will tako all they can got at that
price. It is theieforo wanton wasto
to throw awav good soap grease
S2k Sfet fc
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fvlrfyiv I I IhI
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Fine .'.Easter ..Millinery
OKTCyW" OFEOST JUT
N. S. SACHS'
can bo turned into good
Houso at Punahou Entered and Some
Tho residence of Dr. and Mrs. J.
M. Whitney at Punahou was entered
eaily yesterday eveniilg for plunder.
Tho doctor and his wife returned
from church at J):!M) o'clock and
found tho bedroom ransacked and
articles thrown on tho lloor. A box
containing sonic jowolry and money
had been overlooked by tho burglar.
Tho matter was telephoned to tho
police, and Captain H. Juen repair
ed to the house. Ho found that en
trance had been mado through a
Nothing was found missing at the
timo, but at 10:15 o'clock Mrs. Whit
noy telephoned to tho station, that a
sandal wood bo containing a boar's
tusk, ono plain gold brucolot and
two Japano-o crystals had been
taken bj" tho burglar. The same resi
dence was entered a short timo ago
under similar circumstances. No
clue lias been got as to the identity
of tho burglar.
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
Wc want to cull tho attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tlio favor it litis boon re
ceived with, wo believe lias come
to stay and become an indispen
siblo article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut above will
show at once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
ScniVKx's Pati:nt Elastic
Sham Dhawkus arc provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. The drawers arc
cut in fiiniro outlines and allbn
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patknt Elastic Si:am,
which contains no kubhkk, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than the other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to tho position
of Hie wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also bo found that these
Patknt Elastic Skam Dhawkus
equally well adapted to all
Latest Novelties ! New Styles !
New Spring Flowers ! New Ribbons !
Latest Novelties in Children's Hats I
ALSO A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
New Spring Dress Materials!
ni:v Fuuntnn muslins, oruandif.s & ciiAMimics,
NEW FRKNC1I ALL-WOOL IIAILLF-S, dark ground elR-oN;
WHtTT, & l'RINTi:i) LINKS k IRISH LAWNS,
NUW COTTON PONOKKS .t COTTON CRAPES,
New White Goods.. Dimities, Marseilles, Etc.
Wi: HAVE TH13 VERY" LATEST IN
Laces, Embroideries & Trimmings!
ALSO A NEW LOT OF THE
Adeline Black Stockings
aro Absolutely Fast Color anil will not Crock they arc pronounced
20 lbs. W
i : GiM m m w
,1 lmte"I JP4PMp'
SkSt3 You. arc respect
Tour doctor fllIbr requested to call at
will tell you Our Si ore and
it is the SamI'LH of the
Pure Milk Food!
And requires only
turn of Water
Tuesday, March 21st:
Hawaii vs. Uerinany.
America vs. Portugal.
England vs. Japan.
Wednesday, March 22d:
America vs. Hawaii.
Germany vs. Japan.
England vs. Portugal.
ThurMlay, March 23d:
England vs. Hawaii.
America vs. Germany.
.lapan vs. Portugal.
Friday, March 2 ith:
America vs. England.
Germany vs. Portugal.
Hawaii vs. Japan.
Saturday, March 25th:
Germany vs. England.
America vs. Japan,
Hawaii vs. Portugal.
A dainty new book, Tie Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
THOMAS LEEMINO & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
pare it for
Large Packages 50 Cts
Native Pans and Curios in great
variety at the "Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
OS SATURDAY EVEVISC, TWO
Ken, lii-UK'tm WaiMki and School
xtiuct. l-'iudcr will pkuM' leave at Hob
ron, Nuwimiu A Co.'s Drujjstoiu,
A bISOLi: 1JAKREL
iV lirt-i-i'li Lo.tdint;
rpilE REliULAR ASS UAL .MEETISCI
1. of the hlucUlinliliTs of Ihu Illtfl
Islaml ritiiuui .Navigation Company, (L'd),
will li hold at tint Ulllci- of the Coiiniauv
ou TUESDAY, Man-li -.'1st, at 10 o'clock
. M. W. 11. .Mil.LA.N,
AHORSE, IIRAKE ASD
Harm-. All in k1""'
condition. Apply at thb
ALL IT.IIMISK IIAVISII CLAIMS
iiKiiiiii-l 1'iiitl I'. Kanoa will iilciiMi
iin-MOil them at once In I lie midc.rjlj;m-d.
JOHN F. COLUURS.
Honolulu, Miucli 17, lIM. H77-.il
All kimlti of Viiiitiiiprctttl I'tlntlioj
jiriiiiijitly Muulril at low rah ut tlm
athletic positions and allow tho
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not the least
tension is produced on the main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic seams tillow the transfor
mation .of the figuro as seen in
the position, which would he im
possible in others' without pro- I
uucmg great strain on tno goons
and friction upon tho person.
We havo now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
tho material known as "Jean"
to bo the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
follow who said that was all
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new in that lino.
Tho latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from the
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, lialbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
hack to protect the most vital
parts of the body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
. .... . ....
tunes lolt, these goods will ho a
great boon, as, whilo they will
I have tho advantage ot wearing
i cotton fabric, tho lungs and
hack will have a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From the many
souliinents of approval wo have
leard regarding those goods we
loliovo lliein to bo a good tiling
for our cli 111110, and have placed
our orders for a full stock,
which will be cm aide m about
To any person desiring to sou
the samples which wo havo wo
will bo pleased to show tlici-i.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
lO Fort Street,
KConol-ulia, EC. I.
rdware Co., L'd
au.m.rxiin.s' Block., Port Street.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUR LINE OF SI.ES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
CHeiiit KTa.il PullorB, Lariat Swivels,
Turner's Snips etncl Shears,
.A.wls and Tools, Garden Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
IB. IB EBE31iEK,S &c CO.
S3 FORT STK.B3E3T.
AFTER TA1CINU STOCK ALL KINDS Ol- KJ$fc.
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half thu former coat.
Velvet Sc Smyrna Pi-u.gs
In all nli'i greatly reduced,
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
IW In far I ut oiler Iniimmnu lliii'nalna iu all Department. -&
lit" Dressmaklun Under the Management ol MISS K. CLARK. j3
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per mo"j