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THE DAILY BUlTfiETIN,' MARCH 13, 1895.
. xV The Bulletin
" r MartiD, Hilo.
A3TD GENERAL KKW8.
AN OLD OA8E.
for sale by J A.
R. W. Meyer, Buporintondent of
tho Loper Settlomeut, is iu town.
The President of tho Mormon
slon Opens a Lotter.
New Goods! -:- New Goods!
Matthew Noall, president of the l
.T.. ; 7, . i . ! Mormon unurcli at tho Laio Settle. ,
iirown jvuuey nave inoir nanus , montj Wfl9 0 trial Jn tho District
-full of work iu tho rubber stamp
It is rumored ou Mori'haut street
that tho Campbell block is to be repainted.
Tho S. S. Mariposa will bo duo
from Snn Fraucisco to-morrow with
late foreign news.
H. P. Bortolinaun drove to his
office to-day with his wife. Ho
looks pale and thin.
More sentences have been passed
ou rebels, but they are not ready to
announce tint altoruoou.
Kalaau, Hawaiian, and Prank
Allen, American, have takou tho
oath to tho Constitution.
i$Tho Oovornmeut baud will play
at tho Hawaiian noioi to-morrow
Iseveuiuir tho Mariposa arrives
L. J. Levoy will hold a special
cash sale at his salesroom at 10
fb'clock to-morrow morning at his
Ah Foo. n Chiuoso boy, was sent
enced to two years in tho Reforma
tory fachool by Judge Terry yestor-
Court to-day for violating Chaptor i
17 of tho l'eual Codo in that ho did, !
on or about the mouth of March,
181)1, open and read a sealed letter
belonging to one II. N. Hottondorf,
without being authorized so to do.
Mrs. Hottondorf was tho only wit
ness for tho prosecution. She testi
fied that she came hero with her
husband about three yoars ago and
went to the settlement. They wore
then mouibers of tho settlement and
church. Tho couple lived at tho
settlement ouo year aud seven
months and then had trouble with
defendant, consequently came to
Honolulu. They uoro penniless and
walked to Honolulu with their two
little boys. Defendant was presi
dent of the mission. Ho did not
givo the couple auy money. They I
expected a lotter from Salt Lake
aud waited for it from Octobor unj
til March of last year, whon tho litis
i baud left for Utau. Liter tho hus- I
! band wrote to the witness saying
I there was n lotter here for wituess
t aud that alio should go to Noall aud
get it. Noall admitted ho had tho
, letter but said ho had sout it to tho
husband. Noall also admitted that
he had opened tho letter because
D. B. Smith bought tho state bed t witness was miller him ana he tau
- .i... n i.n:.i.- i i. r v i a right to open it. He did not tell
Morgan yesterday.' He says' it will , w,HI0"j? ??n&nl" J 'l
4 - llm Clnf ika li l f Ittl
fcu iu luu umiro iui oiiuuiuuui
The steam launch Anuio, tho pro-1
party of tho cstato of tho lato Dr.G. ,
Trousseau, was not sold at auction
to-day. 1 he sale was postponed.
Thirty-two activo members of tho i
Choral Society had rehearsal uudor
M'ss Ittohnrtii ytsterday oveuing.
Its meetings are held overy two
Tho Now York Life Insurance
Company is presenting its local poli
cy holdors with beautiful calendars.
Thero is a card for each quarter,
which boars a Gno floral illustration.
Au underwriter's salo of goods i
damaged by salt water in tho Ger
man bark H.'F. Glade will bo hold
by James F. Morgan, at tho yard of i
H. Hackfold & Co., at 10 a. m. to
morrow. The trial of E. Eucontor, W.
Bresley and W. Gehmati, the three
sailors of tho whaling bark Gayhoad
who aro charged with having sot
firo to that ship, has been sot for
the 15th iust.
Tho glass, china and silvor ware at
the resulenco of Hon. C. R. Bishop
will bo sold at auction by James l .
Morgan ou Friday at 1G o'clock.
Tho articles will bo on view from 0
to 3 Thursday.
United Carriago Company's staud,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "2M," fur
nishes fiuo livory outfits at the short
est notice good'horsps and nico car
riages, from buggy to wagouotto.
Tho invitation dauco of tho Lei
llima Club will take placo at Sans
Souci this oveuing. Busses will
leave tho cornor of King aud Fort
streets at 7:30 o'clock. A buss will
So out on Borotauia street and ono
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re-1
ceive prompt attention. All work I
guaranteed to Vh the sr.tw rlo?n
in fBotory. I
A brass star medal with a glass
diamond in tho center surmounted ,
by tho stars and stripes shield aud
an old toa kottle aro on exhibition in '
Lowers & Cooko'a window. Thoy ,
woro presented by Squad 3 to Sor-
goaut r. J. L.owroy ana his wile,
M. Noall in liin mvn dpfnnsn nd- I
i mitted on tho wituoss stand that ho
had opened tho lotter believing it
, contained instructions to tho hus
band's boneflt. As president of tho ,
mission aud having supervision of
I defendant until she should leave tho
I islauds ho folt ho was wiso aud had
authority to open the letter. There
was a placo iu Honolulu hnro some
peoplo belouging to the Mormon
Church aro sumiortod. Defendant
had no animus or ill-feeliug against ' take
either aeloudant or hor husband.
Defendant was found not guilty
aud discharged. J. A. Magoou as
sisting tho prosecution; W. R. Cas-
tlo lor tho uoiendant.
The Waianno Sugar Plantation
shut down ou Friday last for threo
weeks, to givo tho cane limo to
R. L. Gillilaud, formerly clerk iu
C. O. Berger's offico, is now the
book-keoper at tho plantation, suc
ceeding Mr. Johnson, who has taken
a clerkship in tho Post Office.
By Xowii J. Lovey.
SPECIAL GASH SALE!
TO-MORROW, March U,
AT 10 O'OI.OOK. A. 51..
A.T 1A"Y" SALiBSUOOM
I WILL BELL AT rCULIC AUCTION
Gonoral Morchandlso, Dry Goods,
Household Furnituro, &c , &c.
rplIlRTY-FOUU VOLUMES OK THE
X Scientific American 1878-lB'Jt incla
blye, well-bouii'l, nre for sale cheap. Ap
ply nt this orticfl. UMS.lw
NEW COTTAGK ON
Ijirirn l.nt .nlrulv laid out.
m ni.i i a i. v lor eaie. some terns, nnti (
A.wu ymm.u, u ami au twu, i iianclne Buckets. Also Oarrlaeo Hi.r.e.
llWI-lw II. I. lillu;.
pleaded guilty in the District Court
lO-Uiiy IU !UjrUK CIIU ill 11U K1IIIUU o.
Tho first named was sentenced to
pay a fino of S23 and tho other S20.
There were fivo other defondauta in
tho ciso, but a uollo pros, was eutor-
eu as to tiiem. '
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey, '
at No. 1. Masouic Temple; there you ,
will find tho largost variety iu Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks ,
and watches sold ou weekly aud '
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
Tho Waianao Extension.
Tho Waiauau extension of tho 0. ,
R. & L. Co.'s lino will probably bo I
completed in about threo weeks. A f
lino snowing is oeiug uinuo iu niu
grading aud everything is progress
ing favorably and rapidly. Thoro
aro threo camps on tho lino whoro
tho grading is being douo ono at
Nauakuli, ono at Waimanalo aud
another at Waiauao. Tho camps aro
occupied by Japanese, Portuguese
and whito laborers respectively.
Wall Paper !
Wo havo Just Received direct from
New York tlio
Ever brought here at one time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
Gkoiuu: lA'ounaua wii.i. act
(or 1'. O. Camarliiosi under full power
in attorney in
JUST OPENED AT
rlnot at the Uallf jrnla Fruit .Market.
c the lattcr'H absence,
will represent Mr. Cania-
LOOK BKFORE YOU
JjEAP. When you go out
(shopping, conaidur; think of
the money in your pocket, and
account ot the many
i stores whose various attrac
tions are laid before you.
, There is X, with tempta
j tions in the form of a pretty
show ; there is Y, whope wiles
arc innumerable ; and Z, who
i says he is the man for your
money. PLEASE PATJSJ3 1
1 And remember your pocket
STOP AND TIILNK!
Would it not bo well to go
'where for forty years
, HONEST GOODS and
; HONEST PKIOKSS go hand
in hand. Beauty itna dura
bility, instead of mere show
, and display, from the virtue
of goods handled by us.
To sell at a Small Profit in
every Department is the fun-
damental law of oun house ;
to carry the best aud newest
i goods the markets of the
world afford is our constant
I Among the many new
i things found on our counters
.tivs week, mo wish to call
J your especial attention to what
; h generally known asTABLE
F8LT. TABLE FELT,
TABLE FELT, though it is
continually used for fancy
work. Vo havo an extra' fino
line of this cloth in all colors.
To look at it is to buy it,
soft as velvet, just the thing
for CapcH or Children's Jack
ets. We have it in blue, pink,
and cream. You will want it
in all these colors after once
looking at it.
B. F. EIILERS & CO.
Put Him to the Test
By having him do a
Job of Plumbing for You,
And see if it is not handled
To your entire batisf action.
1 lou will easily
, his sign
1 At 15 Bethel Street.
1ST. S. S-A.OHCS"
520 Fort St, - - Honolulu.
I -ATEST NOVELTI ES :
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In shades ot Tan In all sizes.
Just the thing for rid ng or for short people. We have them In all sizes.
New Hand Bags, New Buckles,
New Jet Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
ACS 3STKTW LAOES
Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world in to
1. U. UAMAltI'03.
Honolulu, March 7, ltM. l'.'Ul-:it
If you arc out of Hill Heads, Utter
UeatU, etc, we can supj'l'J them.
In Blue and White.
Daily Bulletin 60 centt per month.
Hires' Root Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and berries, from
which Hires' Root Beer is carefully made, have
been the main dependence of physicians in all
Everybody everywhere is better for every
swallow of Hires' Root Beer, and everybody
In the Family.
KS Ask your storekeeper for it- Made only
by tho Ciiaklks E. Hihks Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I sue your Hoot Uuor took tho prizo at tho World' Fair.
Wo a ro glad of it. It certainly dc8urv6 it, uh it is thu licttt
drink wo liuvo over ucd. Makoaukt S. Houston, fi Linden St.,
Kooliester, N. Y., U. 8. A."
"I luivo iibcd a t,'ront many liottloH of your Hoot lluor tho
last llvo ycira, und liuvo givon u sain plo of it to a groat many
people A. W. Si'kinklk, E. 7th St., Charlotte, N. 0., U. S. A."
Iloimox Dnuo Company
Benson, Smith & Company
Hollistkk Dnua Company, Ltd..
Lkwis iVj Company
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
o now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beauties.
i"iu:sh GOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed Taints, Oils and Varnishes, llruuhi's, Carriage Whljis,
I0l I'KKSKUVING WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps.
- AOKNTB KUR THK 0B1.KIUIATEI) -
T o llfit l.ulirlcanta Known to Commerce.
imsrillBUTINa WAItKllOUdi:s In i:iiBlund, I'riincu. Italy, (lurmany, Scot
land, Wulfi. Iruland, Oub.i, China, Janin, Jura, India and the principal cities ot
the United at.Uus.