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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 21, 1895
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
News is very scarco in town.
John Todd of Kona returned
homo this morning.
The pressure on tho King-street
water mains to-day is simply im
mense. Tho Chineso tax li't has 'disap
peared from tho portals of the Ju
Tho yacht Spray with her qon
sort, tho Lchua, have not yet re
turned to port.
Tho fancy Corinthian pillars for
the addition to tho Y. M. C. A.
building aro being put up to-day.
Everyone is looking forward to
tho colcbration on tho 24th of May,
in honor of tjucen Victoria's birth
day. Tho residents of Kailua will give
a luau to tho Queen Dowager at tho
residenco of Miss Paris next Satur
Tho marines and sailors from
the Philadelphia wero landed this
morning for drill at the baseball
Mr. Joseph Weston, latoly con
nected with the telephone com
pany, left for Kona by tho Hall
Mr. Charles Meneicko of Kau
who has been spending a few days
in tho city returned to his home by
tho W. G. Hall to-day.
Tho Y. H. I. will give an enter
tainment on Thursday evening next
at Foster Hall, to which the friends
of tho members aro invited.
Owing to unforeseen circum
stances tho- stcamor Mokolii did not
got away yesterday. Sho leaves
this afternoon on her usual trip.
Another of tho now water pipes
on Punchbowl street burst some
time during .last night and the
street is flooded in consequence
Inquiry at tho police department
at a late hour shows that public
morality is good. At least there
have been no arrests this morning.
Captain MacDonald is still in
the ring, all assertions to the con
trary. Ho is canvassing for a book
entitled "New Paris" or something
Tho young son of William Chun
Hoon, who was injured last week
by being knocked from a bicycle,
is rapidly recovering from tho
effects of the accident.
The crounds of tho Pacific Ten
nis Association On Union square aro
being torn up, tho reason assigned
is that the present concrete pave
ment is too hard to play on.
President Dole is almost a crank
on the subject of floriculture. Ho
takes great intorest in tho plants
and llowers which adorn tho
grounds arouud the Executive
Tho rain last night was quite
sufficient to lay the dust that has
been accumulating in the streots
for some time. Tho severe thunder
this morning seemed to bo a part
ing salute to Jupiter Pluvius.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can
furnish best factory references.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work gurranteed to be the same as
dono in factory.
Tho Bulletin reporter is inform
ed that tho mounted patrol did not
interfere with tho soldiers on Sun
day while they wero enjoying them
selves at tho residence of one of the
number. Ono member of the patrol
merely stopped at the gate to pre
sent his congratulations.
H. H. Williams, furniture dealor
and undertaker, on Beretania Btreet,
is having his store fitted through
out with olectrio lights, his win
dows aro pressed artistically, espe
cially tho corner one, being fitted
up as a sleeping chamber and with
a four-light electric chandelier,
ought to attract considerable atten
tion. If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4, Masonio Temple; there
you will find tho largest variety in
Honolulu at tho lowest prices;
clocks and watches sold on weekly
and monthly payments. Brown &
Kubey make a specialty of rubber
Charles Hammer and Georgo
Klcugel left on tho China for, tho
Franz Buchholz, formerly man
ager of Hecia Plantation, went to
Kona this morning for tho purpose
of inspecting coffee lands.
Postmaster-General Oat is ex
pected to return when ho gets ready.
Inquiry at the Po3t Office docs not
elicit the important information as
to when ho will return.
Tho efficiency of tho new pumping
station cannot be better illustrated
than by mentioning the fact that
pipes aro bursting all over town.
Ono of them had tho nervo to
burst right in front of tho Police
Station this morning.
E. 0. Hall & Son have in their
store an 'electrical applianco for
producing clcctrity by entirely now
methods. The machine is tho in
vention of two Clydebank engineers
and may be destined to revolution
ize tho construction of electric bat
teries. THE POLICE COUKT
Tho Result of a Morning's Ses
On Tuesday, May 21, 1895, if tho
Police Court calendar is kept as it
ought to be, Thomas E. Krouso was
accused of the heinous crime of
malicious injury. Now anybody
who knows Thomas Krouse knows
that he would not maliciously in
juro anybody, not oven a dog.
Whother ho did or not is for tho
government to prove early in the
At the 6amo timo and date Liu
Koon and F. J. Souza will find out
whether they aro guilty of assault
and battery or not; at present they
deny any guilt whatever.
G. H. Truschler is' a man who
has worried tho police department
considerably of late, but he is now
charged with intending to commit
an offense, but whethor ho did or
not will be determined on tho 28th
of May noxt.
During the foregoing proceedings
His Honor incidentally charged up
two dollars and costs against a va
riety of drunks whose names need
not bo mentioned.
Losina is a wahine who failed to
do what she ought or did some
thing sho hadn't ought to do
cot thirtv days in jail in conse
For assaulting and battering M.
Harvey in Honolulu on tho 20th of
May last, Leolii pleaded guilty and
got a fino of $5 and $1 coats in con
sequence. Ah Chan is a good man when he
is asleep, but when he takes to rid
ing a bicycle at night without a
lantorn his name is "Mud." For
doing thus ho was assessed $3 and
costs this morning, without even an
extra exertion on the part of the
court; a plea of guilty justifying
Numorous other cases were con
tinued until later dates.
A Great Battlo
Is continually go
man systom. Th
oing on in the, nu-
Rvstom. The demon of impure
blood strives to gain victory over
tho constitution, to ruin health, to
drag victims to the gravo. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the weapon with
whioh to defend one's self, drive the
desperate enemy from the field, and
restore bodily health for many years.
Hood's Pills cure nausea, sickness,
indigestion and biliousness. 25c.
Per 8. B. "AnslralU"
X SMALL INVOICE OF
FOE BALE BY
H J". NOLTB
Popular Topics of to Day.
May 18, 1895.
If it had not been for tho ex
cellent quality of coffee pro
duced in Kona, it is not likely
that foreigners would have
boon induced to invest their
capital in lands in that district
nor would tho building of a
telephone line, such as the now
company proposes to construct,
have had an existence oven on
paper. It's tho fact that the
locality produced in a small
way and in the most primitive
manner an article which
caught tho fancy of "canooz
ers" in the mattor of coffee ;
they wanted more and they
were willing to pay a good
price, but there wore no means
of getting it. Investigation
demonstrated that tho land
would produce an unlimited
quantity, but tho people in the
vicinity had not givon the pro
per attention to tho cultiva
tion, you all know the result,
foreign capital came in and is
coming every day, and before
another decade the produotion
of coffee will be a leading in
dustry of the islands and tho
machinery used in pulping,
cleaning and putting it through
the various processes necessary
to make it marketable will
como through us. And why?
Because we aro interested in
the coffee business: we know
what is wanted and we secure
the very latest improvements
in coffee machinery. What is
good enough for one man may
not be good enough for anoth
er, butourstock of implements
for the coffee business is good
onough for all. Tho industry
is still in its infancy and the
growers do not know them
selves just what they require,
but if they will communicate
with us, we can give them tho
Tho Holeu Brewer brought
us what charcoal Irons will be
needed during tho next few
months and tho price is just
what the condition of affairs
hero wariants. There was a
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 thorn en
ables every ono to havo one.
Wo'vo never dono much in
the way of Refrigerators be
cause the town seemed to be
well supplied, but tho pros
pects for a reduction in the
price of ice warrant our cany
mg a few to accommodate peo
ple who want a really superior
article something they may
depend upon to keep their
meats and vegetables in during
the day and over night with
out spoiling. It took an East
ern man to devise something
a little better than any other
inventor could produce and
we sell them. v
For people who live out of
town and wish to maintain
their own telephone lines we
wish to recommend our Long
Distance Telephone and Chica
go Magneto bolls. With these
instruments a conversation
may bo carried on between
parties at almost an unlimited
distanco from each other. Wo
have all tho necessary articles
used in tho construction of pri
vate and public lines of tele
phones and can supply them
at the lowest rates.
Among tho articles received
by tho Helen Brewer are Brass
Pipe FittingsGalvanized Pipe
and fittings and Genuine New
Bedford Cordage. If you aro
interested in galvanized pipe
got a quotation from us.
E. O. Hall fc Son,
Fort & JClng Streets.
Dress Makers ! Attention!
. Have you seen the latest material for Skirt Linings?
Itis . , ,
...THE CHAMOIS FIBRE...
Used by all Dress Makers in the United States.
HCair Olotih.! Hair Olbtli!
A very scarce article. We have a limited supply.
The Corduroy Skirt Bindings!
No dress compltte without it; we bare it in all colors
Feattxer Bone! yeatlier Bone!
A light, pllablo, elastic Bono, Jast tie thing for Wash Materials.
ORINOLINA1 SKIRT WIRE!
8ILE8IAS, 1'EROA.LINKB AND OAMDUI08 inallColocs.
A Fall Line o( DRESS MAKBK8' FINDINGS always on hand.
XQT. S3. 3
580 Fort St.
That's "WfcLEtt I Xiifce."
Everybody likes HIKEi' .Root Beer because it
gives everybody health as well as pleasure. It's tho purest
beverage that human skill can compound from the purest
ingredients of nature. There is not one drop of anything
in this de'ieious temperance driii but what promotes good
health and happiness It's del ciou flavor is acquired by
the skillful blending of the most wholesome herbs, roots,
nrks and hemes, and not by essential oil and flavoring
extracts, of which tun many counterfeit ' Root Beer" aro
composed. A package of the Genuine
Hires' Root Beer
mates five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Root Beer.
S3 Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by the Chablks B. Hires Co., Philadel
phia, -U. S. A.
"I have used over fifty bottles of your Boot Boor and always
have it on hand. Mrs. J. H. Wauckb, N. E. Cor. B. B, Ave. &
Bchillor St., Alameda, Cal., U. S. A."
"W6 havo used your Boot Beer for several years and do not
believo it could bo excelled. D. Harmeb, 2210 Hancock St.,
Thila., Pa., U. S. A."
Uobron Drug Company "Wholesale Druggist
Bfnson, Smito & Company " "
Uollibter Druo Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Comi any Qroccrt
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE!
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE 00., Lit
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
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