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BVKNINO BULLETIN, MAY BO, 1805
LOCAL iVGKNHHAL NKWS.
Tiro Monowni is duo to-day.
Tlio Waikiki end of the Pacific
Mail wharf is being rcplnnked.
The Stars and Kainchaniolms
will play ball on Saturday next.
The Police Court closed at noon
to-day, but the station 5h still open.
Where was the American League
flag this morning? Is Tim Mur
ray already a corpse?
The French candy man is taking
a lay-off, but ho appears to have
an efficient substitute.
Tho only passengers the Miowora
took from here were Mr. Oppcnhei
mer and Mrs. Lindsay and family.
At tho funeral services of the late
Mons. Verleyo, tho government
band will furnish appropriate
Sugar is going up by big jumps
and planters are correspondingly
happy. It is now quoted in San
Francisco at 3.51.
Paha is a truant from school, but
when ho promised not to do it
again, Judge Perry suspended
sentence on him for a while.
This being Decoration day tho
Evening Bulletin goes to press in
time to allow its workmen a chanco
to participate in tho ceremony.
The Hawaiian band, under tho
leadership of Prof. Bcrger, will
give a moonlight concert at the
Hawaiian hotel at 7:30 to-morrow
Mr. Sachs, of W. Peck's import
ing house, is happy in tho posses
sion of two little thoroughbred
Scotch terriers, which camo on the
The bananas on the Pacific Mail
wharf will not bo improved either
in flavor or condition by tho crowds
of natives who are in tho habit of
sitting and lying on them.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week os month. Terms: 25
and 50 cents per night; $1 and
$1.25 per week.
Personal: No timo to talk busi
ness to-day while Enterprise beer
is in town you'll find mo at the
Pantheon, corner Fort and Hotel
sailing schooners. Join mo if you
are after pleasure. John.
United Carriage Co.'s stand, be
sides having superior hacks always
ready at the call of "290," furnishes
fino livery outfits at tho shortest
notice good horses and nico car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. It. 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 tho same as
dono in factory.
If you want your watch repaired
If you want jewelry made up neat
' ly. If you want souvenir spoons,
or anything in tho jewelry lino. H.
G. Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort
streot, is your man. Ho was for
ton years tho practical watchmaker
for Wenner & Co.
Ah Poi forfeited hiB bond some
timo since, becauso ho did not ap
pear before tho Honolulu District
Court on a certain day and date.
Upon a propor showing made this
morning, Judge Perry set aside the
order forfeiting his bond and order
ed tho case ro-opened. Ah Poi is
accused of housebreaking only.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kuboy,
at No. , Masonic Templo; 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 bpecialty of rubber
Accident to (i Bus.
Whilo one of Smith's busses was
coming down Nuuanu street yester
day one of tho mules stumbled and
fell. In tho excitement tho driver
neglected to put on tho brake and
the other mulo started on a gallop,
pulling tho bus over the animal that
had fallen down. No ono injured.
I A Itutuivt'uy.
What might havo been a serious
accident happened yesterday after
noon, when the horses attached to
i a wagon belonging to the Honolulu
1 Dairy Co,, started on a run along
School street. It seems that the
J driver had gone into a house near
I Liliha street and a little four-year
1 old chap named Warren climbed
up on tho seat. In somo way tho
horses became frightened and start
ed on a run, tho cans fell out and
tho horses ran faster but young
Warren held on even when they
mado a short turn down Nuuanu
street. At the Commercial saloon
corner the team came to a slop, but
not until the wagon was consider
ably damaged. Tho boy was un
hurt. THE POLICE COURT.
Popular Tonics OBjak
Perjury Alleged In the Fenian-dez-Gcrnrd
Tho Fernandez-Gerard case crop
ped up again this morning before
Judge Perry in tho shapo of a civil
suit, by the former against tho lat
ter, to recover the sum of $60. J.
K. Kahookano appeared for the
plaintiff, and W. It. Castlo for de
fendant, who pleaded a counter
claim and some other things. His
Honor after hearing the volumin
ous testimony as interpreted by
J. M. Vivas awarded judgment in
favor of the counter-claim and the
defendant to the amount of $15.25
and costs $5.35. Mr. Castle's com
missions as attorney in the caso
amounted to $1.52, but whether he
got any additional feo or not, the
record does not show.
In the criminal department of
the court Mr. Fernandez has been
charged with perjury in connection
with some recent testimony he
gave before tho court. Tho matter
has been postponed until to-morrow,
when attorneys Robertson and
Kahookano will appear for the de
No Session or the Circuit Court
This being a semi-holiday and
the judges requiring a little rest
after their arduous labors of tho
past days of tho present term, no
session of Court was held.
In tho suit of W. C. Peacock &
Co. vs. T. Katakaze, a bond has
been filed by plaintiffs in the sum
of $2500. Tho plaintiffs havo filed
a complaint to recover tho sum of
eleven hundred and sixty-four yen,
equivalent to $640.20, together
with interest and costs upon a debt.
In tho complaint it is stated that
tho defendant is about to leave tho
country and tho request is mado
that tho Court make an order for
his arrest and detention until ho
shall havo entered into security to
abide tho result of the suit and pay
tho judgment rendered therein.
S. C. Allen and M. P. Robinson,
as trustees of the estate of James
Robinson havo filed their account
up to March 12th. It shows re
ceipts for two years to have been
$83,700.18, and expenditures $70,
956.39, leaving a balance on hand
The caso of the Republic of Ha
waii vs. G. Summers, on a chargo
of burglary was tried before Judgo
Cooper and a foreign jury yesterday
afternoon. A verdict of guilty was
brought in and sentence will pro
bably bo passed on tho defendant
(Succes&or to Clins. Hammer.)
Kino and Fort Stheets,
Is prepared to manufacture nil kinds
nud grndeB of Hmul-mndo Harness nt
LOWEST OF IMIICUS l'OIt CASH.
All work guaranteed to bo satisfactory
beforo leaving the shop. C-3m
Ma; W, N!).". I
If it had not liecn for tho ex-1
collont quality of cofibo pro- J
duccd in Kona, it is not likely
that foreigners would havo ,
been induced to invest their i
capital in lands in that district
nor would tho building of a
telephone lino, such as the now
company proposes to construct,
havo had an oxistonco even on
paper. It's tho fact that the
locality produced in a small
way and in tho most primitive
manner an article which
caught the fancy of "cauooz
ers" in tho matter of coffee ;
thoy wanted more and they
were willing to pay a good
prico, but there were no means
of getting it. Investigation
demonstrated that tho land
would produce an unlimited
quantity, but tho people in the
vicinity had not given tho pro
per attention to tho cultiva
tion, you all know tho result,
foreign capital camo in and is
coming every day, and before
another decade the production
of coffee will bo a leading in
dustry of tho islands and the
machinery used in pulping,
cleaning and putting it through
tho various processes necessary
to make it marketable will
come through us. And why?
Because we aro interested in
tho colFeo business; wo know
what is wanted and wo secure
the very latest improvements
in coffee machinery. What is
good enough for ono man may
not bo good enough for anoth
er, but ourstock of implements
for tho coffee business is good
enough for all. Tho industry
is stiU in its infancy and tho
growers do not know them
selves just what thoy require,
but if thov will communicate
with us, wo can give them tho
Tho Helen Brewer brought
us what charcoal Irons will bo
needed during tho next few
months and the prico is just
what the condition of affairs
here warrants. There was a
time, not many years ago,
where a singlo charcoal iron
cost $5.00. In those days it
was a luxury to own ono, now
it is a necessity and the low
prico wo chargo for them en
ables evory ono to havo 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 tho
price of ico warrant our carry
ing a few to accommodate peo
ple who want a really superior
article something thoy may
depend upon to koep 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
wo sell them.
For people who live out of
town and wish to maintain
their own telephone lines wo
wish to recommond our Long
Distance Telephone and Chica
go Magneto bell.-. With theso
instruments a conversation
mav bo carried on between
parties at almost an unlimited
distance from each other. We
have all tho necessary articles
used in the construction of pri
vate and public lines of tele
phones and can supply them
at tho lowest rates.
Among tho articles received
by tho Helen Brewer are Brass
Pino Fittings Galvanized Pipe
and fittings and Gonuino Now
Bedford Cordage. If you aro
interested in galvanized pipe
got a quotation from us.
Dress Makers! Attention!
Have you aeon the latest material for Skirt Linings?
. . THE CHAMOIS FIBRE . . .
Used by all Dress Makers In the United States.
Hair Olotlx! Hair Olotlx!
A. very soiree article. We have a limited supply.
The Corduroy Skirt Bindings!
No dress compute without it; we hare It In all colors
Festlier Bonel Keatlier Bon!
light, pliable, elastic Bone, just the thing (or Wash Materials.
ORINOLINA! SKIRT WIRE!
BILBSUS, PER0ALINK8 AND CAMBRICS In all Colors.
A Fall Line ol DRESS MAKERS' FINDINGB always on hand.
3SJ. 3. 3 gzl. G JrEE ts$7
Fort St. - - Honolialu
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""Scat's "WTjxat I Like."
Everybody lUtea HERBS' Root Bekr because it
gives everybody baakh as well as pleasure. It's the purest
beverage that htUMK 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 cioua flavor is acquired by
the skillful blending of the 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 Root Beer.
J3 Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by the Ciiabxxs B. Hires Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
gestJaacLQiiial b :
"I have UBod ovor fifty bottles of your Boot Boor and always
hare it on hand. Mns. J. H. Walkkb, N. E. Cor. R. B. Ave. &
Schiller St., Alameda, Cal., U. S. A."
"We havo used your Root Beor for aevoral ycara and do not
boliovo it could bo excelled. D. Habmeb, 2210 Hancock St
Phila., Pa., U. S. A."
Hobron Drug Company Wholesale Druggist
Bfnson, Smith & Company " "
HOLLTSTER DbUQ COMPANY, ITD.. . . " "
Lewis & Comx-any Grocer
kTJ Vw l JA Jvn J
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
E. O. Hall fc Son,
Fort & Khifj Streets.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
roa THE ABOVE rOET OK
Monday, June 3,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
a Tickets from this City to all
Tho undersigned are now prepared to
Issue Through Tlclce
points In the United States.
For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. O. IKWIN-A CO.. Ln,
1330 Ct General Agents.