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evening bulletin, may 20, 1895
LOCATi & OKNKUAL XKWS.
Judge Perry ifj about ngnin.
Tho Unknowns and the istars
will play ball on Saturday next.
Tho dredger is working in the
btrcam off Nuuanu street wharf.
There was a quantity of powder
wasted at Makiki range yesterday.
Marshal Hitchcock returns to
morrow thoroughly recuperated in
Dr. M. E. Grossman leturncd
from a professional visit to Kauai
MTts. F. M. Swanzy will entertain
some friends at dinner Wednesday
Tho head of tho armv seems to
be cettinc ouite popular with tho1
rank and file.
The S. S. China will leave for
San Francisco at 0 p. m. Mail
closes one hour sooner.
Tho Robert Searlcs is unloading
her big cargo of lumber at Wilder'e
wharf this morning.
With two of her topmasts down
the bark Sumatra presents rather a
President Dole and J. p. PariB
of Kona occupied a pew at Central
Union Church last night.
The eloction of officers pf tho
Maui Racing Association was held
at Kahului on tho II th inst.
Numerous Chinese storekeepers
wcro notified by the police yester
day to close up or suffer arrest.
For elegant turnouts and careful
drivers tho Fashion Stables Com
pany has an enviable reputation.
Tho Evening Bulletin is in
debted to Purser Brickwedcl of tho
China for a file of Oriental papers
and other courtesies.
Tho police would like to find tho
man who deliberately shot a cat
near the Y. M. C. A. building yes
terday about noon.
Yesterday's rain extended only
over tho lower half of tho city.
From Alakca street to Waikiki the
city was as dry as usual.
A number of bluejackets from
tho Philadelphia had a great timo
at Waikiki yesterday which was
moro than their horses did.
Mr. K. I. Green, superintendent
of tho Executive building, has our
thanks for a boquet of pansics of
extraordinary sizo and delicacy of
"W. II. Cummings has asked per
mission to uso a squad, of prisoners
in putting tho ride range in order
for target thooting by the Citizen's
Wildcr's wharf was crowded this
morning with Chinese watching tho
disembarkation of their friends and
relatives on their way to tho Qua
The Nuuanu street wharf is
crowded with sacks of fertilizing
material for tho Makee Sugar CoirJ-
pany. It comes from tho California
(Tho admission fee of ono dollar
to tho joint celobration of tho Sons
St. Gcorgo and the Scottish Thistlo
Club at Independence Park on tho
24th inst. includes proper refresh
ments. Tho Makiki residents complain
of an absence of water around nino
o'clock .this' morning. It seems as
though the resovoir in that district
could bo kept full at all times and
stop tho complaints.
Tho Maui Itaciug Association
will hold (as per advertisement in
another column) their annual race
meeting at Kaimlui on July 4.
There will be seven events with
United Carriage Co.'s stand, Re
sides having superior hacks always
ready at tho call of "290," furnishes
fino livery outfits at tho shortest
notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prifces in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4, Masonic Temple; there
you will find tho largest variety in
Honolulu at the lowest prices;
clocks and watches Bold on weokly
and monthly payments. Brown &
Kubey make a specialty of rubber
Assortment of Pnior,s Filed
In the case of C. A. Brown vs.
Star Kapu, a notice of appeal, cer
tificate and record from tho Dis
trict Magistrate of Ewa has been
Mce Fonc & Co., by their attor-
ncy Alfred S. Hartwell, have filed
a replication to tho answer of
Kwong Leo Yuen & Co. in an
The annual account of William
0. Smith, guardian of tho Gettrgo
Richardson minors, has been filed,
showing his receipts to have been
$2210.7'.), expenditures $1837.43,
leaving a balanco on hand .of
In tho matter of the opening of a
new road along tho beach from Ka
kaako to Waikiki, tho Attorney
General has filed a motion asking
that the appeal of Mrs. Victoria
Ward in the abovo entitled causo
be placed on tho calendar fo'r trial
at the present term.
Judge Cooper and a nativo jury
are engaged in tho trial of tho suit
of Lipino Fern vs. W. C, Achi for
damages. Paul Neumann for plain
tiff; defendant in person.
THE CHINA AKKIVES.
With ii Ulg Passenger List nnil
Lots of Freight.
The Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany's good ship China arrived off
nnr ot InvlirrM. fViiB mnrninrr. lmv-
ing on board tho largest number of J
cabin passengers for many a trip
Of these six wero for Honolulu:
Mr. T. Kitakaze, Dr. J. P. Kramers,
Mr. B. Lathrop, Miss 'Sears and
Mr. and Mrs. F. Sinclair. There
aro on "hoard 84 cabin passengers
in transit. Of the stcorago passen
gers there are 22(1 Chinese and 25
Japanese for this port and a large'
number for San Francisco.
The China brought 5G6 tons of
tho usual miscellaneous assortment
of Chinese and Japnneso freight for
this port: Sho will continue her
voyage promptly at 6 o'clock p. in.
Til 13 SUPKEMK COURT.
Tho Constitutionality of the
Military Commission to Ho
A special term of tho Supremo,
Court has been' ordered for Thurs
day morning at 10 o'clock to hear
the petition of Jonah Kalanianaole,'
commonly known as "Cupid," on a
writ of habeas corpus. Paul Neu
mann, . Esq., filed an application
for tho writ at noon to-day and it
was granted and made returnable
The dofondant alleges that ho is
illegally confined in the Oahu pri
son .by virtue of the sentence of
the late Military Commission',' the
constitution and action of winch in
his case ho maintains- was contrary
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can
furnish best factory references.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
will receivo prompt attention. All
work gurranteed to be tho same as
done in factory.
The Hawaiian Hotel Billiara Rooms
Have been entirely refitted and nro
under tho management of ... .
Tho position ot tho Tnblea hove been
changed so as to allow ample room for
ELECTRIC LIGHT CHANDELIERS
Hays been placed over each tablo.
Cushions on the Tabloa havo been thor
EST Enter your name for tho tourna
ent which takes place attor JUNE 11th.
if i Da?.
Matj 18, Mo.
If it had not been for the ex
cellent quality of coffee pro
duced in Kona, it is not likely
that foreigners would have
been induced to invest their
Lcapital in lands in that district
nor would tno omitting ot a
telephone line, such as the new
company proposes to construct,
havo had an existonce oven on
paper. It's the fact that tho
locality produced in a small
way and in the most primitive
manner an article which
caught tho fancy of "canooz
ors" in the mattor of coffee :
they wanted more and they
wero willing to pay a good
price, but there wero no means
of getting it. Investigation
demonstrated that the land
would produce an unlimited
quantity, but tho people in tho
vicinity had not given the pro-
por attention to tho cultiva
tion, you all know tho result,
foroign capital came in and is
coming every day, and before
anothor decado the production
of coffee will be a leading in
dustry of the islands and tho
machinery used in pulping,
cleaning and putting it through
tho various processes necessary
to make it marketable will
come through us. And why?
Because wo are interested in
the coffee business: we know
what is wanted and wo secure
tho very latest improvements
in coffee machinery. What is
good enough for one man may
rfot be good enough for anoth
er, but ourstni'k of implement
for tho coit'ee business is good
enough for all. The industry
is still in its infancy and, tho
growers do not know them
selves just what they require,
but if thoy will communicate
J with us, wo can give them tho
necessary in formation.
The Helen Urewer brought
us what charcoal Iron.s will bo
needed during tho no.t few
months and tho price is just
what the condition of ail'airs
here wariunts. mere was ai
time, , not many years ago,
where a single charcoal iron
cost 5.00. In those days it
was a luxury to own one, now
it is a necessity and the low
price we charge for them en
ables every 0119 to have ono.
We'vo novor done much in
tho way of Refrigerators be
cause tho town seomod to bo
well supplied, but the pros
pects for 11 reduction in tho
price of ice warrant our carry
ing a few to accommodate peo
plo who want a really superior
article something thoy may
depend upon to keep' their
meats and vegetables in during
tho day and over night with
out spoiling. It took an East
ern man to doviso something
a little better than any other
inventor could produce and
wo sell thorn.
For people who livo out of
town and wish to maintain
their own telophono lines wo
wish to recommend our Long
Distance Telephone and Chica
go Magneto bolls. With theso
instruments a conversation
may bo carried on between
parties at almost an unlimited
distance from each other. Wo
havo all tho necessary articles
used in tho construction of pri
vate and public linos of tele
phones and can supply them
at tho lowest rates.
Among tho articles received
bv tho Helen Browor aro Brass
Pipo Fittings Galvanized Pipo
and fittings and Genuine New
Bedford Cordago. If you aro
interested in galvanized pipo
got a quotation from us.
E. O. Hall & Son,
Fort & King Streets. '
Dress Makers! Attention!
Have you seen the latest material fdr Skirt Linings?
. . THE CHAMOIS FIBRE . . .
Used by all Dress Makers In the United States.
Hair Olotix! KCalr Olotli!
A very scarce article. We have a limited supply. ,
The Corduroy Skirt Bindings!
No dress compWto witboat It; we hare It in all colors.
'iTeattier Bone! F'ea.tlier Bone!
A. light, vll"b', aUstlc Bone, just tlie thing (or Wash Material.
CRINOL.ITTA! SKIRT WIBE!
BILE8IA8, FEROAMNKB AND OAMBKKW in all Colors.
A Full Llneof DKB83 MAKERS' FINDINGS always on hand.
3ST. S. SACHS,
5aQ Fort St. - - KCoxioliol-u.
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
Everybody likes HIRES' Boot Bkku because it
give everybody health as well as pleasure. It's the purest
bi'veragc that human skill can compound from the purest
ingrcdicntp of nature. Thine is not ono drop of anything
in ihits de'icioii! tempomnce drill1- but what promotes good
health and imppiuecs It's d 1 ctous flavor is acquired by
the ekilll'ul blcndig of the most wholesome herbs, roots,
'-arks and berpea. and not by essential oiln and flavoring
extracts, of which tin many counterfeit ' Root Boer" are
composed. A package of the (-Jenuine
Hires' NRoot Beer
makes five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Root Beer.
K2 Ask your utorekccper for it. Made '
only by the CiiArlhs B. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I havo used over fifty bottlos.of your Root Beor and always
have it on hand. Mns. J. H. Walker, N. E. Cor. It. B. Ave. &
Schiller St., Alameda, Col., U. S. A."
"Wc have utsed your Root Beor for sevoral yoare and do not
bolievo it could bo excelled. D. Harmek, 2210 Hancock St..
Pliila., Pa., U. S. A."
Hobron Drug Company "Wholesale Druggist
BPNSON, SltlTTI & COMTANY " "
Holli6ter Drug Comtany, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & CoaL. any .Grocer
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;1
REVERE GARDEN HOSE!
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.. LTB.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
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