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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 28, 1895
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'LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tlic dredger is doing good work
off tho Nuuanu Btrcet wharf.
' California cherries have made j
thoir appearance in the market.
F. A. Schacfqr will leave for the j
Coast on Saturday by the Warri-1
Tho Lehua went" off onashoit
cruiso laBt night but returned in a
Last night's band concert was
well attended but encores were
The caso of 0. Henery charged
with obstructing an officer has been
put off until May 31st.
H. E. Mclntyro will have oys
ters in tho shell on Wednesday.
Leave orders in advance.
J. Ill) IIUIUUIUUD 1D1U11U OH.UUll.lO
leaving to-day makes tho water
front present a busy appearance.
One solitary drunk mado his ap
pearance before Judge Perry this
morning and settled with His Ho
nor for $3.
Milton Schmitt, son of Maurice
Schmitt, tho well-known San Fran
cisco politician, is visiting his un
do, Harry Lewis.
, H. S. Overend, formerly of Hono
kaa, and who has been visiting re
latives in the States, returned on
tho Australia yesterday.
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The building of an extensive
brick block on King street is under j
consideration; in fact it. is said it
has gono beyond that point.
Jim Dodd received tho largest
invoice of Enterprise beer he ever
ordered by yesterday's Australia.
Prohibition is evidently on tho
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week os month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night; $1 and
$1.25 per week.
Tho inside of tho roofing of the
new wharf at tho foot of Nuuanu
street has recoived a coat of white
wash, thereby giving it a moro
cheerful appearance than formerly.
Threo Chineso pleaded guilty of
gambling this morning in tho Po
lice Court and paid a fine of $10
each and costs. Two others plead
ed not guilty and a nolle pros, was
entered in their cases.
Personal: No timo to talk busi
ncss to-day while Enterprise beer
is in town you'll find me at the
Pantheon, corner Fort and Hotel
sailing schooners. Join me if you
Are after pleasure. John.
United Carriage Co.'s stand, be
sides having superior hacks always
ready at the call of "290," furnishes
fine livery outfits at tho shortest
notices good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
Mr. Edward ffrancis Ward, a
member of tho Honolulu bar. died
this morning after a painfuUllncss
which has confined him to his room
for several months. His funeral
will take place from his lato resi
dence on Nuuanu street at 10 o'clock
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. 4, Masonic Temple; there
you will find the largest variety in
Honolulu at tho lowest prices;
clocks and watches sold on weekly
and monthly payments. Brown &
Kuboy make a specialty of rubber
Frank Clifford, tho efficient fore
man of the Press Publishing Co.,
returned by tho Australia and was
at his post as usual this morning.
Mr. Clifford visited tho Coast for
tho purpose of perfecting himself
in tho photo-engraving process,
and during his absence he has
spent his time among peoplo who
have assisted him in his efforts to
ward success in his profession.
Tho Arlington hotel register
shows the following arrivals ex
Australia yesterday: J. A. Blat
ton, Baltimore, Md; J. B. Heitman,
Redlands, Cal.; Henry Fisher, wifo
and child, Cal.; Bishop John M.
Waldon, Mrs. Waldcn, Miss Wal
don, Miss Oskimp, Miss Florenco
Wells, Cincinnati; Louis B. Goff,
Philadelphia; Rev. G. T. Draper,
wifo and threo children, Mrs. Dr.
G. Draper, Yokohama; Joe McAu
liff, Jas. McAuliff, San Francisco.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall arrived
as tho Bulletin was closing up its
Dowager Queen Kapiolani did
not arrive on the Hall although ex
pected. Johnny Hayward has been with
drawn from tho races of Juno 11,
owing to a lack of time necessary
to get him into proper training.
The best time made by Hayward
while at tho park was 2:32.
Any ono who has over had an at
tack of inflammatory rheumatism
will rojoieo with Mr. J. k. Stumm,
220 Boylo Heights, Los Augeles,
over his fortuuato escape from a
siege of that distressing ailment.
Mr. Stumm is foreman of Murriam's
confectionory establishment. Somo
months ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the street
on an orrand, ho was caught out in
tho rain. Tho result was that when
ready to go homo that night ho was
unable to walk, owing to inflamma
tory rheumatism He was taken
home, and on arrival was placed in
front of a good fire and thoroughly
rubbed with Chamborlain's Pain
Balm. During tho erening and night
he waB repeatedly bathed with this
liniment, and by morning was re
lieved of all rheumatio pains. Ho
now takes? especial ploasurn in prais
ing Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and
always koops a bottle of it in the
house. For sale by all dealers, Bon
son, Smith &Co., agents for the Ha
ALL ABOUT A DOG.
Occupies Nearly Two Days' Scs- ;
sloii of tlio Police Court.
A fiiend remarked to a Bulletin
leporter this morning, 'You ought
to go up to tho Police Court and
hear tho eloquence that is being
wasted on tho desert air." As ho
had already been there and knew
that Lawrence Kip was talking and
that ho could do so by tho hour or
yard, ho gathered up a few items in
The first caso called this morn
ing by Judge Perry was that of tho
Republic of Hawaii vs. Thomas E.
Krouse, for tho crime of malicious
injury committed on tho 19th day
of the piesent month by wilfully
and maliciously killing a certain
dog, tho property of B. Berger, tho
said dog being valued at fifty dol
lars in coin of the Republic; the caso
came on yesterday and the defend
ant promptly pleaded not guilty
and J. A. Magoon appeared as his
counsel. The magnitude of the
case required tho employment of
additional counsel to represent the
Republic of Hawaii, and Leonard
Kip appeared as assisting tho pro
secution. As Mr. Kip did tho
whole business, and did it well, it
is a question whom he assisted.
Ah Hing testified that ho was
about the grounds of the Arlington
hotel and saw a dog there. He
afterwards heard tho report of a
gun in the hands of the defendant
and the next thing he heard was
tho dog's crying. Ho next saw tho
dog lying on the floor of the hotel
and it died about two hours after.
Ho buried the dog but took off its
collar first. Recognized the collar
produced in Court as the one taken
from the dog.
B. Berger testified that the dog
was his and that it was a valuable
trained hunting dog and worth $50.
W. M. Graham, C. J. Whitney,
C. L. Brown, W. H. Drummond
and W. M. Cunningham, all testi
fied as to tho value and other mat
ters connected with tho dog and
tho prosecution rested.
The defense moved for a dis
charge and the Court denied tho
motion, and continued the caso
until this morning, when L. S.
August, G. H. Ruttraan, II. G.
Wooten, Unda and A.R.Rowat testi
fied for tho defendant. The latter
in his own behalf testified that ho
shot tho dog because it was a com
mon nuisanco about the place.
After hearing arguments lasting
about an hour, the Court found the
defendant not guilty and discharged
SONS OP ST. GEORGE.
THE OFFICERS AND BROTHERS
of Captain Cook Lodpjo of Sous o
St. Georgo aro hereby notiflod that tho
Funorol of our lato Brothor Edward
ffranoib Wahd will tako place at 10 a.m.
on "WEDNESDAY, May 29tli, from his
late residence, Rnuanu Street. 11-lt
Pogar Topics of h Day.
Mat 27, 1805.
If it had not been for tho ex
cellent quality of cofi'eo pro
duced in Kona, it is not likely
thai? foreigners would have
been induced to invest their
capital in lands in that district
nor would the building of a
telephone line, such as tho now
company proposes to construct,
have had an existenco even on
paper. It's tho fact that tho
locality produced in a small
way and in tho most primitive
manner an article which
caught the fancy of "canooz
ers" in the matter of coffee ;
they wanted more and they
were willing to pay a good
price, but there wore no moans
of getting it. Investigation
demonstrated that tho land
would produce an unlimited
quantity, but the peoplo in tho
vicinity had not given the pro
per attention to tho cultiva
tion, you all know tho result,
foreign capital came in and is
coming every day, and boforo
another decade tho production
of coffeo will bo a loading in
dustry of the islands and the
machinery used in pulping,
cleaning and putting it throng!)
tho various processes necessary
to make it marketablo will
come through us And why?
Because we are interested in
tho coiFee business; we know
what is wanted and wo secure
the very latest improvements
in coueo machinery. Wlmt)s
good enough for ono man may
not be good enough for anoth
er, but ourstock or implements
for the cofi'eo business is good
enough for all. The industry
is still in its infancy and the
growers do not know them
selves just what they require,
but if thoy will communicate
with us, wo can give them the
The Helen Browor brought
us what charcoal Irons will bo
needed during tho next few
months and tho price is just
what tho condition of affairs
hero wartants. There was a
time, not many years ago,
where a single charcoal iron
cost 5.00. In those days it
was n luxury to own ono, now J
it is a necessity and tho low
price wo charge for them en
ables every ono to have one.
We've never dono much in
the way of Refrigerators be
cause the town seemed to bo
well supplied, but the pros
pects for a reduction in the
price of ice warrant our carry
ing a fow 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.Qvdr night with
out spoiling, ft' took an East
ern man to devise something
a little better than any other
inventor could produce and
wo sell them.
For people who live out of
town and wish to maintain
thoir own telephone lines wo
wish to recommend our Long
Distance Telephone and Chica
go Magnoto bolls. With these
instruments a conversation
may bo carried on between
parties at almost an unlimited
clistanco from each other. We
have till the necessary articles
used in tho construction of pri
vate and public lines of tele
phones and can supply them
at tho lowest rates.
Among tho articles "received
by the Ilolon Browor aro Brass
Pipe Fittings Galvanized Pipo
and fittings and Genuine Now
Bedford Cordage. If you aro
interested in galvanized pipo
got a quotation from us.
E. O. Hail Son,
Fort & King Streets.
- jes& Ma&ers
Have you Been the lateet
Itis . , ,
Used by all Dress Makers In the United States.
HEetir Olotto.! xaia,ir Olotlil
A very scarce article. We have a limited supply.
The Corduroy Skirt Bindings!
No dress complete without It; we have It In all colors
Fea.tln.er Bone I JFeatlie-r Bone!
A light, pliable, elastic Bone, Just the thing for Wash Material.
CRINOLINA! SKIRT WIRE!
BILHB1AS, r-EUOALINKH AND OAMDIUO In nil Colors.
A Fall Line of DHK33 M.KKHS' FINDINGS always on hanl.
isr. . s.a.o:e3:s,
Sao Fort St. - - Hoxiol-ul-u.
TtLsit's "Wlsit I Like."
Everybody Hkos HIRES' JRoot Bkkr 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 delicious temperance drink but what promotes good
health and happiness. It's del cioun flavor is acquired by
tho skillful blending of tho most wholesome herbs, roots,
barks and berries, and. not by essential oil- and flavoring
extracts, of which the many counterfeit ' Root Beer" are
composed. A package of the Genuine
Hires' Root Beer
makes five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Boot Beer.
Kg Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by the Chablxs E. Hires Co., Philadel
phia, IJ. S. A.
"I have used over fifty bottles of your Boot Boer and always
have it on hand. Mrs. J. H. Walker, N. E. Cor. R. B. Are. A
Schiller St., Alameda, Gal., U. S. A."
"We havo used your Boot Beor for several years and do not
believo it could bo excelled. D. Habmkr, 2110 Hancock StM
Phila., Pa., U. S. A."
Hobbon Dbuq CoIatany "Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company " ' "
Hollister Druq Company, Ltd.. . . ' "
Lewis & Company Grocer
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon.
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
material for Skirt Linings?
FIBRE . . .
TffK Al STKAM8HIF
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
rOB TUB ABOVE POST OH
Monday, June. 3,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The undersigned aro now prepared to
Uiue Through Tickets from this City to all
Dolnts In the United States.
Frelcht or Passage, annlv to
i'or tanner particulars regarding
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