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VOL. I. NO. 17.
HONOLULU, H. 1., TUESDAY, JUNE 4, liJ5
PRICE 5 CKNI
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Published every clay except Sunday at
009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhero in tho Ha
waiian Wands S GO
Por Yean 0 00
Tor Year, postpaid to America, (
Canada, or Mexico 8 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries , 10 00
1'nynlilu Invnrlulilv I" Artvnflco.
AdvertiBemcnts unaccompanied ljy
specific instructions ins-crtcd till ordered
Advertisements discontinued before
expiration of specified period will bo
charged as if continued for full term.
Liberal allowance- on yearly and half
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Uulletin."
Business letters bhould bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 25G. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
LEWERS & COO BE.
Impoiitehs and Dkaleiib in Lumbcii
and all kinds of bcildino
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Oeneiial Commission Aoentp.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Honolulu.
-- TrtOS. LINDSAY,
MANIJFACTUMNa JeWELEU AND "WATCH
Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sua au Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Maehiuery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
ASSETS, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SON'S
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
He has on hand a. largo supply of
Chinese Granite Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowest prices assured. Tele
Wo havo just received direct from
Now York tho
Ever brought hero at one time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices Reduced! v
WILDEK & CO.,
T. A. BIMrSON.
JONES to SIMPSON,
Accountants & Commission Agents.
HOUSE, LAND AND
'- Genera! Business Agency.
Conveyancing nnd Legal Documents
DRAWINGS and TRACINGS MADE.
Cgy-Translations in French, German,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian and
. Hawaiian. Hills Collected and Accounts
Office, 30& Merchant St.
A chance to get a
PA 111 OF SHOES
Ten Minutes' Work!
Tho question among tho business men
of Honolulu is:
To holvo tho problem as well as to
ascertain whether ndvertibements at
tract tho attention of newspaper readers,
e offer a pair of our best S3.00 shoes
(SO GO anj where else) to tho person who
scinU us, under the head of "Wanted,"
tho cloerext advertisement of our shoes, i
It must bo original, concise, and to tho
point. It must not bo longer than any
ordinary want ad. found in tho daily .
Advertisement to bo written on one ,
sido ofwhito paper and signed by tho '
competitor's full name and address.
Stato tho name of the paper in which I
you saw this notice and euclobo your ef
foit in an envelope marked:
Mclncrny'a Shoe Store,
Tho attention of out-of-town sub
scribers is particularly called to this
competition We wipt your ad.
Honolulu competitors may drop their
envelopes in the bos just inside tho store
Competition Closes at Noon,
June 15, 1895.
Competent judges will decide who is
entitled to tho prize.
Mclnerny's . . .
Is a term that has been juetiy
applied by many to the treat
ment given subjects in the
.A. dozen new ways of ficdtni;
the word you want. A Scientific
Alphabet to aid in the pronun
elation. Is recognized authority.
Fbr particulars address
A. W. EVANS, Agfflt,
1318-lm General Delivery.
ED. C. HOWE,
House, Sign nnd
Ornamental . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Itoive's Liquid Slating,
C20 King Street
8. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Oor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolnm
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer
BBLL TBLKPHONg 9U
HOMESTEAD FOB BALE.
A COTTAGE AND LOT
for Rale. Inqulrn at
the Arlington Barber Shop
Hotel Street. ISii-lw
O VJ KVUHb
I OK TUP HAMD tUlll. Of
tho moit H-tri'Mlng-coiiKli,
ootlio tlio in.
(I anicil mem-
i Itjup, loosen
mil iniliico re-
1 nr tlio cure of
( roup, Wlioop
lliro.it. mid nil
tlio pulmoimrj trotililes touliicli tlio)oiini;
aro so liable, there is no otlitr remedy so
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
Made by Dr.. I C Ayor&Co ,Lcwc!1,SIai.,t7 S.A.
.EJP"Bewiir n cln-p Imlnlloiu. Tlie nanur
Aycr'ti Cberry I'ectornl i prominent on
the wrnpiir. mid ! b own in the glut of tacu
of our buttle.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Bole Agents tor Mie Rcpnbllc of Hoalt
Catties and Horses!
I mauufneturo n Compound of Homo
Products or tho
Seeds of "Cassie"and
Other Ingredients !
It in not only in ltnelf n Milwiblo nitro
genous food, but it 1ms tho property of
trilling in tho dilation of otlmr proteidn,
Kenornlly for tuiimuls vho-o iliKontno
powors tiro fceblo as it promoter nppetilo
nnd regulates digestion.
C3F" Tho proof of tho pudding is in the
eating Try it.
King nnd Punchbowl Streets.
P. O. llox 321.
128 k 180 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All Its Branches.
Orders from tho other inlands in Build-
ing, Trimminc, Piiiiitinp, etc., etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. IV. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West )
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President nnd MniMKer
Claus Spreckoh, - - - Vieo-PreBident
W. M. Giflard, - Secretary mid Trensuror
Theo. O. Porter, Auditor
AGENTS OP TJIli
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OP SAN FltANOISCO. OAL.
I CHERRY I
I .A TiY&-. . I
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Til K POLIC15 COURT.
1 Hv-Dptoj'tiv Wn truer and Ills
1 Lit tic Spree.
Twenty-two tnsa were on tlio
Police Court calendar this morning
anil his Honor went nt them with a
will with the following results:
Mow Chow Foo will know bettor
next time than to carry cho fa
I tickets about with him. It cost
i him eighteen dollars to carry the
S. Sato lovc saki not wisely but
j too well, and ho paid into court
the price of eighteen bottles to ob
I tain his freedom.
' Wa Keo is an individual who
hails from tho celestial kingdom,
I where such things as side-lamps on
n brake are unknown and their Uf-e
unnecessary. But in Honolulu it
is different, as Mr. Wa Kce found
, upon tho payment of $5 and costs.
A. Marque", accused of selling
liquor without first interviewing
Mr. Hassinger on tho subject, will
have until June 7th to think about it.
I Ex-Detective F. Wagner was in
a peck of trouble this morning hut
ho is feeling better now. A nollo
pros, was entered on tho charge
against him for carrying concealed
i weapons, hut when he was arraigned
'on the charge of being drunk, his
soul revolted and ho wouldn't havo
it thnt way. He pleaded not guilty
and His Honor was forced to hear
testimony. Two polico officers tes-
tified that Wngner was gloriously
i how-come-you-eo on Saturday even
ing last and that they arrested him
' on the order of the deputy-marshal.
In his own behalf Wagner denied
I the soft impeachment, hut did not
f-ecm very clear as to what kind of
language he used or to whom. His
recollections of persons whom he
met wore also hazy and indistinct,
though persons in tho condition ho
was in aro generally supposed to
see double. One thing ho was sure
about and that was that he had
used no "disrcpectahlo" languago
on tho occasion. His Honor, how
ever, thought differently and fined
him the same amount as a common
every day drunk.
Lee Chun seemB hard up for a
place to sleep at night, and pro
ceeding on tho principlo that what
is horn in tho llesh is bred in the
bone, hied himself to a certain
wash-houso where he was discover
ed and arrested. As Leo Chun had
no lawful excuse for being thero lie
will sleep across tho reef for a
month and dream of wash-houses.
The Court was engaged with a
che-fa case when tho noon hour ar
rived and it is still going on.
Frank Clifford, of tho Press Pub
lishing Co., lina been studying up
zinc etching and photo engraving
for tho past four years, hut liko
Mulberry Sellers and tho lacking
ingredient ho made too many fail
ures to suit him. There was some
thing ho could not reach and ho
determined to visit San Francisco
and learn it if possible. Ho visited
a half dozen establishments before
making satisfactory arrangements
and when at last ho settled in a '
place to his liking ho learned what
ho wanted in an hour and a half.
Some of tho specimens of his recent
work reflect great credit upon him
as an artist in that lino.
The Special Term Calendar He
fore Judtre Cooper.
The special term of the Circuit
Court commenced yesterday and a
largo number of cases have been
disposed of. Owing to tho nbsoncc
of many of the attorneys at tho
Maui court about ton cases have
been put over until next weok.
The case of Tho. Nott vs. C. T.
Gulick, guardian, has been discon
tinued: ulio that of J. Tinker vs.
E. Xorrie et al.
Tho assumpsit caso of H. It.
Macf.irlano vs. Ira A. Lowoll was
hoatd by the Couit and taken
Nonsuits havo been entered in
tho c.T-es of II. W. Holt vs. Chang
Fat, ejectment; C. S, Desky vs. L.
K. Kamakaia et al., assumpsit, and
Charles Wilcox vs. W. C. Achi, as
sumpsit. In the replevin suit of II. A.
Widcmann vs. K. II. Thomas a
jury trial has been waived.
At this morningjS session a non
suit was ordcied in the ejectment
suit of Mahi vs. Row Gulstan and
In tho assumpsit suit of C. S.
Desky vs. L. K. Kamakaia tho or
der made yesterday granting a non
suit was cet aside and the caso re
instated on the calendar.
The case of Union Feed Compa
ny v. C. Klemmo ct al. was tried
this morning and judgment order
ed for plaintiff for 9 12 with costs
In the assumpsit suit of J. Tin
ker vs. Win. Maxwell et al. a non
suit was ordered.
Tho case of Man Sen vs. Lau Ho
dismissed yesterday on account of
the ah&enco of tho defendant was
reopened, argued and submitted.
Hartwell for plaintiff, Castlo for
The assumpsit suit of Peter High
vs. Charles Wall is on trial before
Judge Cooper this afternoon. Hart
well for plaintiff and Hatch for
In the caso of James U. Holt vs.
George Lycurgus, a stipulation has
been filed granting the defendant
fifteen days in which to peifeet his
motion for a new trial.
In tho caso of Cathcrino K.
Brown vs. W. C. King, an answer
denying generally and specifically
all tho allegations of tho complaint
has been filed.
In the matter of the estato of
Lam Pou alias Yait Sang, I. ltu
henstein has appealed for letters of
administration on behalf of tho
creditors. Judgo Whiting made an
order this morning appointing him
temporary administrator under a
bond of $1000.
The Mariposa is duo from San
Francisco on Thursday.
The Helen Brewer is taking on
sugar and discharging coal.
The Tillio E. Starhucl: which ar
rived this morning from San Fran
cisco, will load sugar for New York.
Captain Hoy is the now master
of the S. (5. Wilder.
The steamer Kinau will leave
Hilo at 10 o'clock next Sunday
and will arrive in Honolulu on
Monday afternoon in time for the
races on Juno 11th.
The Bertio Minor brings a cargo
of redwood lumber and ties.