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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 28, 1895, Image 1

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VOL. I. NO. 11.
HONOLULU, H. !., TUESDAY, MAY 28, lb!5.
VltlCE h i'RV IN
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Iuei?ii BulletipiWm. G. Irwin & Co.
' Published ovory day except Sundny nt
COO King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
SUHSCIUPTION KATES.
Per Month, nnywhero In the Ha
waiian Islands 60
Per Year. '..... G 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Moxico 8 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countnoa , 10 00
I'nynlilo Invariably in Aclvunco.
Advertisements unaccompanied by
ppecific instructions inserted till ordered
out
Advcrtisemcnta discontinued beforo
expiration of spccillcd period will bo
charged as it continued for full term.
Liberal allowanco on yearly and half
yearly contracts.
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bullotln."
Telcphono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Business Cards.
LEWERS & COOEE.
IlirOltTKIlS AND DEALEH8 IN LUMIIEU
AND ALL KINDS OF BCILDINO
MATEniALS.
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Fort Street,
Honolulu.
H. UACKFELD & CO.
General Commission Aoenth.
Cor; Fort aud Queen Streets, Honolulu.
T1U3. LINDSAY,
MANOrACTUHINa Jeweleu and Watoh
MAKEIi. Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all
1 kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block,
Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Suqak Mills, Boileiw,
Cooleus, Ihon, BnAsa and Lead
Castings.
Machinery of Ever' Description Mudo
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ox
ecuted at Short Notice.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand a largo supply of
Chinese Granite Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowest prices assured. Telo
phone 333.
Atlas Assurance Co.
OJT IiOMJOW.
ASSETS, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Wall Paper!
Wo have just received direct from
Now York tho
LARGEST INVOICE
AND
GREATEST VARIETY
Ever brought horo at ouo timo.
Patterns of 1895
Pricos Itcduccdl
WILDEE & CO.,
Limited.
riEltltE JONES. T. A. SIMrSON.
JOXfiS & SDU'SON,
.Accountants & Commission
HOUSE, LAND AND
General Business Agency.
Convoyuncing and Legal Documents
Drawn Up.
DItAWINGS and TRACINGS MADE.
E3TTranslationH in French, German,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian and
Hawaiian. Bills Collected and Accounts
Adjustod.
Office, 308 Merchant St.
(limited).
Wm. O. Irwin, - President and Manager J
Claus Sprockels, - - - Vice-President i
W. M. Gifiard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. O. Porter, Auditor
Sugar Factors
AND -
Commission Agents.
AOENT3 OP THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FBANOISCO, OAL.
Telephone C07.
P. O. Box 321.
HONOLULU
Carriage Manufactory
128 & 130 FONT STREET.
Carriage Builder
and nEr-AiitEn.
Slacksmiibisg in All ks Srancncs.
Orders from tho other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Painting, etc., etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WllIUHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West )
Jewelry!
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo the finest on the
Honolulu market, and con-
sists of everything Useful I
nnfl OrnnmpntRl. Onr nrip.RS I
are moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287. Fort Street.
HOP HINGr & CO.
402 HOTEL STItEET.
B
WLoleenlo Dealers in
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Liquors & Manila Cigars
AND
General Chinese Merchandise
scon AS
Nut Oils, Rice, Matting
Chinese Silks, Tens, Etc.
English and American Groceries
By Every Const Steamer.
TELEPHONE No. 147.
Illustrated Catalogue
Free 2SrS: 2?acre.
We KXPOHT General Family and Plant
tlon Supplies in any quantity. Band lor
our Yearly, Monthly and Dally Trice Llai.
414-418 Front Street,
Ban Francisco, California,
G. E SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector & Copyist,
Olfico with O. D. Clinso, Snfo Deposit
Building, 406 Fort Street. Telo-
phona lHi.
tyTho collection of Government Hills a
Bpocialty. 1-1 f
A HOUSE -WHIPPING.
Directive Allon Gets n Trouit-viiiff-Sli'H.
Gntilrt "Vlelln ISim
Whip.
Mrs. Gauld, agent for tho Viavi
remedies hero learning that Detec- ,
tivo Allen had been using her name '
'ui a rather looso manner, applied '
n horse whip to that individual i
j yesterday evening about G o'clock. j
The attack was made on King i
street near Alakca, and was wit-'
i nessed bv a lama number of nor-
,
sons wnose sympainios were ovi-1
dently on tho side of Mrs. Gauld
Allen recoived several cuts across
his face beforo ho managed to get
away from the infuriated woman.
In an interview with the lady
she stated to a reporter for the
Bulletin that sho had occasion
while Allen roomed at her house, to wealth of soul, goodness of heart,
take him to task for speaking dis- , and beforo all his sterling uncom
resnectfullv of her in the presence . nromisine intceritv.
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oi tier iriunus, anu lor wiucu nu
apologised and promised not to re
peat. After this Allen left her
houfco taking a room in some other
part of the city. Lately she has
been told of remarks he has made
reflecting upon her character and
she decided to call him down in a
manner which would at least con- , El Dorado of tho world. Prior to
vince him of her earnestness in the ! that time he had married Elizabeth,
matter. daughter of Donald Mackay of
Accordingly at half-past five sho I Drumnadrochit Inverness, Scot
armed herself with a short cowhide land, and he leaves JESue two sons
which she fastened around her right nnd an accomplished daughter liv-
wnst and started alter Allen wliom '
Bhc found emerging from .Tun Hee's
restaurant on King street.
Gauld "topped before him
Mrs.
and
slashed him across the face three
or four times with the whip. Al
len then mado a pass at her but,
she says, did not strike her, he then
grabbed her whip hand and held
on. Mrs. Gauld then struck him
twice with her left hand when Offi-
! cer Cordes, who was with Allen,
1 interfered, and threatened to arrest
I Mrs. Gould. This angered Borne of
i the hy-standers and one of them
j struck Allen in tho face. On find
ing the sympathies of the crowd
I were against him Allen retreated
I and Mrs
i bicycle.
Gauld rode off on her
A friend of Allen called at tho
j Bulletin office to say that Allen
I would probahly prosecute Mrs.
I Gauld in tho Police Court, and sho
says if ho does sho will convince
has arrived and does not need tho
assistance of tho law in asserting
her rights.
A penal summons was issued
from tho Marshal's Office this
morning, on complaint of Allen,
charging Mrs. Gould with assault
and hattery. A penal summons
does not carry with it a warrant of
arrest but simply notifies tho do
fondant to appear before tho court
upon demand.
About Two KxiloH.
Volney V. Ash ford is still quite
sick and scarcely able to leave his
room. He was to leave for tho
southern part of California a few
days after tho Australia left.
Fred Harrison is in Ran Fran
cisco and attending strictly to busi
ness. A letter recoived by tho last
mail states that ho is making
money. Ho is acting as purchas
ing agent for building material for
a numborof firms thoro, in addi
tion to his other business.
Tlie Liite Edward fl'rns "Ward.
, Tho decease of tint? gentleman
i awakes many memories among
1 those who, like him early in life,
cast their fates and fortunes in
Australasia.
Ho Intel long and varied experi-1
encc. Was a valued, honored, and
trviHted servant of tho crown, both
in Australia and New Zealand, for I
many years. He brought to all his i
duties, whether that of magistrate, I
counsel, . judge in bankruptcy or
rnrnKtrnr nf thn Sunreino Court, a '
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geniality anu a Kinuiness oi pur-
pose, together with a singleness of
aim which won admiration from
Bench and Bar.
! During his thirteon years' resi- i
i dence here, ho was very unobtru- j
' sive and of retiring disposition, and
I 11U11U UUtr 1US UllllllUlVO JW1UH 111V
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Born in 1830 in Lancashire,
England, he early choee law his
profession, and was admitted in
1S51. For four years he was u
commissioned officer of tho 5th
ltoyal Lancashire Militia, only
sending in his papers when he with
many more embarked for tho then
we in Ohristchurch. N. Z.
IIo was a member of tho English
Victorian, New South Wales, Now
Zealand, California, and Hawaiian
Hars. Hero he rarely practised.
Mr. Lives-ay DeLcyland Ward,
so well-known here in social und
boating circles, is his youngest son.
Mrs. Ward survives, her husband,
and the 1!ui.m:tin extends to her
and tho family hearty sympathy
. Tho funeral will take placo to-mor-
row at 10 a. m. from tho family
residence, Nuuanu streot.
The Native Company.
Last night Major Potter onrollcd
04 Hawaiians desirous of serving
j in the military department of tho
Government and declared Company
G duly organized. Officers were
elected as follows: Captain, Henry
Kuia; First Lieutenant, John M.
Kea; Second Lieutenant, Charles
Wilcox.
Evening Bulletin, 50 cents
month.
per
To Those Who Own
Good Horses!
It id to your advantage
to get the vory best Feed.
Wo have what yon want,
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.selected during our last
trip to tho Coast. Tf you
want to bo in it, call on tho
California
Feed Co.
E2T t'KLUPHONK llil JS1
AVER'S
Sarsaparilla
IS THE GREAT n:
Blood-Purifier;
NERVE TONIC,
AND
STRENGTH -BUILDER.
It attacks
nrnl breaks up
ovory liuroor,
cures skin erup
tions, restores
i exhausted vltal
llty, ami drives
'out every ele
ment otdtscssc.
Sufferers from
IndlgcsMoii.Kcn
cral debility, or
any other nit-
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ment arising from Impure blood, should take
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It gives strength t-
tho weak, nnd builds up tho system gener
ally. Ily Its nso food Is mado nourishing;
sleep refreshing, and lifts enjoyable.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
HIQHE8T AWABD3 AT THE
World's Great Expositions,
Mido by Dr. J.OAjer & Co, Lowc11,M.mi.,U.S.A.
CV"Hewro of client) Imitations. Tito njmo
Arcr'n Hnrmiiinrllln U iirnmlni-iit on tlio
wrapper, nnd U blown In the gtajjot each OS.
our bottlci. i
LADIES' COLUMN; j
A WELL-0 LOVED
HAND
Js always admired. Slovenli
ness in that respect robs the
richest costuming of its com
pleteness. fi LOVES,
n LOVES,
GLOVES.
Woman's love and admira
tion for tho beautiful in gloves
is proverbial; it is an index of
refinement and taste.
ELEGANT VARIETIES!
ELEGANT VARIETIES!
That we show wqro particular
ly chosen for this season, and
included tho celebrated
FRENCH CHAMOIS!
FRENCH CHAMOIS"!
Which are admired by all and
within the reach of all. Thou
comes our
DRIVING GLOVES!
DRIVING GLOVES!
That only need mentioning to
creato a desire for thorn. There
is nothing so fascinating as a
pretty hand and nothing that
makes a hand look prettier
than a pair of our gloves.
B. F. E1ILERS & CO,
HOMESTEAD FOR BALE.
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