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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 20, 1895.
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S Evenirj$ Bulletin,
1shui(I ovory Afternoon Jxuuil stm
iluy, from (101) KIiik Mi'cut.
J. T. STACKER, EDITOR.
MONDAY, MAY 20, 1895.
The Evening Hum.ktin is willing
to have in its columns the views of
correspondents on live topics, but
only when the true- siL'hntures of
the writers are appended. When
anonymous writers are pleased to
tend communications relative to
any matter published in this paper
and expect their scribbling to be
given to the people through the
medium of tho Evening Bulletin
they will kindly add two cents
moro to their expenditures and buy
a stamp. Postal cards are not con
sidered av fait in business circles.
The Hawaiian, Julien D. Hayne's
contribution to tho literature of
Hawaii, mado its appearanco in the
book stores this morning. The pe
riodical is octavo size and will no
doubt be sought after by tho peo
ple who tee no good in anything
missionary as well as by many who
do. Mr. Hayno is a forcible writer
and he seems to have put all his en
ergies in this, his initial number, in
attacking an clomont which, if not
entirely popular with certain
classes, enjoys the happy distinc
tion of fathering somo of Hono
lulu's best institutions.
As tho engines at tho new pump
ing station have no connection
with the Makiki reservoir it is
rather mystifying that people on
the plains are so often deprived of
sufficient water for household pur
poses. From eight o'clock until
cloven this morning at Makiki, in
some of the residences, it was im
possible to get a drop of water from
tho pipes, and this, after we arc
told that there is an ample supply
in the artesian well for all pur
poses, and engines capable of forc
ing it to all of tho residences in the
district. Occasionally the lack of
supply may be attributed to breaks
in the machinery as wa the Cif-e
this morning, but would it not bo
well to arrange for such an emerg
ency. As it is the householders
aro deprived of water for three or
four hour; but had the break been
more fcuriou they might have gone
on for an indefinite period washing
themselves in root beer and ginger
ale. On the other hand if the ar
rangements for supplying the 'city
with water were even half com
plete there would not be any occa
sion for the complaints that are
forever being made.
Honolulu has among its citizen
a few knights of tho cuo'who rank
with the average billiard player
in tho United States, but there aro
apparently, so few of them that in
terest in the game is lost. For a
house game there is none that re
quires greater skill and closer cal
culation than billiards and as a
means of quiet recreation and
chango of thoughts from tho usual
business channels nothing bo fills
Tho billiard rooms of tho
, Hawaiian Hotel have latoly
come under tho management
of Harry Saylor, who has put tlio
tables in first-class condition and
arranged them in position much
more comfortable for tho players.
A tournamont is bei j arranged
to take place after Juno 11th, and
four of tho best players in the city
havo signified their intention of
Tho arrests made to-day include
a Japaneso for deserting contract
sorvico, three native drunks and
a Portuguese and Chinese for as
sault and battery.
JOHN DUXX KICKS.
Obji'uts to Buinir Hauled Uy its
John Dunn is n man who, ac
cording to his own account has
done considerable eer;ico for the
I Hawaiian Republic, in furnishing
i tho police department with news
concerning the late uprising. Ho
! nlso gained some notoriety by, as
ho says, venturing alo'no and un-
lidcd into tho robel camp, full par
! ticulars of which were published in
one of. our contemporaries at the
time of the adventure.
John was told some time since
that the police had no further use
for him, hut when on the 14th of
the present month ho was arrested
as a common vagrant his heart was
broken and it is not mended yet,
although on the day following his
arrest a nollo pros, was entered in
Instead of being a vagrant Dunn
claims that on -the day of his ar
rest ho hnd a meal ticket calling
for 21 meals at the Sailors' Homo
restaurant, of which only four had
been eaten, the ticket being pur
chased the day before Ho had
also on his person an Elgin watch
worth $26 and $20 in cash on de
posit with Castle & Cooke.
New Native Paper.
J. Nawahi, recently acquitted on
the charge of conspiracy against the
Republic of Hawaii, is soliciting
patronage for a now nativo paper,
soon to be issued from the Indepen
dent office. It will be issued both
daily and woekly, and it is asserted
that Nawahi himself will be the
The Pumping Plant.
Superintendent Brown informs
tho Evening Bulletin "that tho
necessary repairs to the hursted
water main have been mado and
that the pumps started again at
noon to-day on a 24-hours trial run.
Any ono who has ever had an at.
tack of inflammatory rheumatism
will rejoico with Mr. J. A. Stumm,
zaj uoyie Helmuts, .Los Angeles,
over bin fortunate eacano from a
siege of that distressing ailment.
Mr. Stumm is foreman of Merriam's
coufeotionory establishment. Some
months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the street
on an errand, ho was caught out in
tho rain. The result va that when
ready to go homo that uight ho was
unable to walk, owinp to inflamma
tory rheumatism. He was taken
homo, and on arrival was placed in
front of a good fire and thoroughly
rubbed with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. During tho evening and night
he was repeatedly bathed with this
linimont, and by morning was re
lieved of all rheumatio pains. He
now takes especial pleasure in prais
ing Chamborlain's Pain Balm, and
always keeps a bottle of it iu tho
house. For sale by all dealers, Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for the Ha
H. HACRFELD & CO.
Havo Just Received a. New Supply of tho
Of the following Brands:
"Gold Label," :
Also, Just to Hand a Largo Consignment of
GENUINE BAVARIAN HOPS!
QUEEN VICTORIA'S BIRTHDAY
SONS OP ST. GEORGE and
SCOJTISH THISTLE CLUB
Asststcd'by tho Ilrltish Vice-Consul
iu aid of the
BRITISH BENEVOLENT SOCIETY,
AT INDEPENDENCE HALL,
FlllpAY, MAY 24th,
At 7:30 p.m.
Social nnd Dance Ticket admitting
Lfjdy mid Gentleman, $1, includes
Z3 To bo had at
QobDcx Rule Bazaaii and
45t Hawaiian News Co.
Fashion StaWes Go.,L'fl.
Honolulu, II. I.
Sullivan & Bcckley, Mnn'g'ru.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competeut nnd Cnre
ESjTTourista nnd othors denirous of view
ing tho m(t desirable p lints of inter
est iu nnd nbout the City will do
well to secure one of our
GENTLE SADDLE HORSES,
For Ladies or Gentlemen, always on
Stand at tho Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort aud Hotel Streots.
Hnw'u Hotel Stables, 32.
Pantheon Stables, 31.
Fashion Stables, 148.
Election of Onifcrs.
Maui Raciko Association.
IT A MEETING OF THE MAUI
ti Racing Association held May 11th,
the following gentlemen were elected Of
ficers for tho ensuing year:
W. H. Cornwcll President
David Conter Vice-President
W. T. Robinson Treasurer
A. N. Kopoikni Secretary
UroaU, il. (i. JHcLaiu, J. Dow,
A. N. KEPOIKAI, Seo'y.
Kiihului, Maui, Mny 11, 1S93. 4-tf
FOR SALE OR LEASE
822 A FISH JEUl
Yielding a safo Incomes
AT THE ANCHOR
Oynior Cocktails 1
Btuor Brunnen 1
straight and Mixed Drinks
Uf All Kintli aud Best Quality.
ftnathwuAt flnrnnr Kino 4 Nnaina Bt.
A. HOUSE, BRAKE AND HARNESS
ii forSlOO. Apply at this Offlco.
IT PROVED .
to me that good goods 'nd low
prices are still appreciated in Ho
nolulu. T therefore intend 16 give
my customers and the public in
general another opportunity M I
. beg to call attention to the special
bargain in our line of
Wool Goods, Cashmere, Flannelettes ft Flannels.
Sale will commence MONDAY, April 22cL
is the latent novelty in cigars. This is a per
fectly flat cigar. The filler is Havana of a
very high grade and laid in, like the sheets of
a book, in the same way as cigars that cost
$150.00 per thousand. The outside appear
ance of the cigar conforms to the filler, and is
perfectly flat. Those of our cigar customers
who have sampled them pronounce the Ha
vana Flats of excellent quality and pf unique
and attractive shape. ' n
by reubuti r' t '
are uaualh sold
excellent line of these cigars direct from Ha
vana. While the quality of these cigars U at
the top-notch our prices have been scaled down
to bring these popular cigars within the reach
need very little said in their praise, for they aro
well known here to every Hinokcr. It would
be difficult to get a better cigar for the price
at which Manilas are sold. We allow no one
to undersell us in this line. We compete with
any nationality. Remember that when look
ing for Manila Cigars. , '
New Goods 1 New Goods! .
Suitings, Serges, Trouserings,
Linen Duck, Linen Drill, Flannels.
DRESS C3-OOIDS I
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Sateens, India Linens, Victoria Lawns, ,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Mwrjuijp Nets, Art Muslins, Cretonnes, Madapolains, spo
cially pdaptcd for Ladies and Children's Underwear.
SOLE AGENT FOB THE
Renowned "PEARL" Sewing Machine I
At the marvelously low price of $30.00. Guaranteed
equal if not superior to any machine over imported.
L. B, KERR, Queen Street, Honolulu.
superior quality and name
t hich ni ices. "We have an
iaces, blowers, Feathers, Etc.