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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 17, 1895.
Jump l't, JH95.
Tho time made by Burt Loo
m tho trial heats last week but
Jears out tho old saying that
'trotting horses havo no parti -jalar
lineage," and aro not, so
'Jo speak "born to the purple."
Hurt Leo was picked up for a
arriago horse without refer
ence to his sire or dam ho had
tho right appearance and a
smart gait that pleased his
owner, liis possibilities have not
half been shown and there is
no telling what ho may develop
into before noxt season's races.
4)ne of the best of the olden
rime trotters, Dutchman, was
common cart horse without
any thoroughbred origin. The
trotter of today is but the result
if tho careful selection in niat
ingnnimals. Harus, the prodigy
"dio first beat 2:14, was sired
y an unknown fish-huckster's
horse, who oven after ho had
cotton tho wonderful cold pull
Mi is, wood cart. There may bo
other horses in tho islands
vhich, if properly handled, will
io even better work than Hurt
Leer their joints may want lub
ricating and if that is tho only
trouble there is nothing better
than injections of oil provided
on get tho right kind and
ihero is only one '"right kind"
and that is "Vacuum."
Wo havo been handling these
oils for years and can recom
aiend them as tho safest oils
manufactured for use on sugar
aiill or other lino mechinery.
Tho famous GOO W is in use
an nearly all tho plantations
"here and in most of tho electric
light and power works in tho
United States. In a letter to
he manufacturers Thos. A.
"I find that tho oils
You bnvo furnished,
Havo proved very satisfactory."
Tho Vacuum Oil is mado in
.several brands of which wo
carry (500 W, Vacuolino Engine
and Arctic Engine Oil, this
litter for electric light, cen
trifugal and general high speed
work. It is particularly adap
ted to tho Edison system, be
ing used by the Edison Com
pany and recommended by
When it commcH to jrico
Nothing equals Vacuum
liecauso it is labting-
We handle tho celebrated
Pennsylvania Lawn Mower
becauso wo consider thorn tho
iest in use. Other styles havo
!een put upon tho market
-only to bo relegated to tho
back yard but you never find
,j "Pennsylvania" that is not
.lit for use. They aro easy to
jun and no trouble to keep
in order. Wo havo them with
10 to 21 inches blado.
Don't filo a mower blade;
Just put a little oil on it
And sprinklo with oraory powdor,
Then worlc tho machine back
And forward and tho blado is sharp
ened. Wo carry tho largest stock
f Blasting Powdor and tho
celebrated Hercules Powdor
in this market. Tho latter is
mado especially for us for this
climate. No ono has over
questioned our assertions re
garding packing. Our stock
eoni prises all sorts used in
ungino rooms and tho selection
iias been carefully mado. Wo
liavo a full stock.
Wo havo lately added to our
goods used in tho out of town
districts a lot of Sherman's
celebrated Mexican Saddle
Trees. They wore mado to
order for us and will fit both
tho rider and tho horse.
Nothing bettor in this lino
ins over been ofi'ored tho
public and tho prices aro as
TriE PACIFIC WRDWABE Co.
?i m news i,irni:it.
Full Itrport or Circuit t'oiirtnl AVnl
luUtl. Tho Circuit Court will finish
its work this evening, and tho
legal lights of Honolulu will take
thuir departure for homo per Liko
like to-morrow morning This
session has boen n lively and in
teresting ono, wine very import
ant c.ises having been tried. Bo
low is a resume of cases dis
P. Kalioolianolmno, larceny
Ihd degree, found guilty and
sontonced to ono month's im
prisonment. Notice of appeal
Mulielomni, convicted of mur
der in the second degree, was
sentenced to 35 years at hard
The rest of the nutivo oalondar
was nol pros'ed on appeals with
drawn. 1'OKEICIN JUIIY.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Antono,
(Portuguese), larceny. Verdict
of not guilty.
Republic of Hawaii va Manuel
Crostos (Port.), lnrcony lth do
groe. Verdict of not Ruilty.
Republic of Hawaii vsAwona,
assault and battery. Appeal from
Hana Police Court. Jury acquit
ted tho defendant.
Republic of Hawaii vs Young
Leong, bribery. Young Leoug was
supposed to bo loung lieo's part
nor in bribiug tho polico of Wai
luku. Defendant pleadod guilty,
but was acquitted by the jury.
Republic of Hawaii vs Hong
Oliong, perjury. Defendant Was
found guilty and sentenced to six
mouths -it bard labor.
Republic of Hawaii vs Ah Lai,
opium in possession. Appoal from
Hana. The jury disagreed.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Young
Hee, bribery. Defendant was
found guilty and fined -foOO. A
singular discovery has boon mado
in this case, which will most liko
ly result in a now trial boing
granted. It is claimed that ono
of tho jurors who sat on tho caso
bus native blood in his veins, and
a motion for a new trial will pos
sibly be filed this afternoon.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Yichi
kati (Jap.), larceny 1st degree.
The jury brought in a verdict of
guilty and defendant was sentenc
ed to five yoars at hurd labor, and
to pay a fino of $500 and costs.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Wau
Ching, opium in possession. De
fendant was found guilty and fined
Republic of Hawaii vs Hong
Koe, bribery, a verdict of not
guilty was rendorod.
Republic of Hawaii vs Pack
Clioy. bribory. The jury roturnod
a verdict of guilt'. A fine of $250
and costs was imposed.
S. Ah Mi vs E. Morton, assump
sit. Jury brought in a verdict in
favor of plaiutili.
Puauhnu vs Kipahulu Sugar Co.,
ejectment. A vordict in luvor of
plaintiff was brought in with dam
ages fixod at S82.G0.
J una 11 was celebrated on this
side of tho island in good style.
A native luau was givon in Iao
valley, at which a largo crowd of
natives and their frionds attended,
and a vory pleasant duy was spent
listening to tho fine singing and
eating pig and poi. Tho residents
of Makawao and vicinity held a
picnic and dance at the new
school house at Kokomo. A vory
onjoyablo time was had by all.
The baso ball cranks celebrated
the day with two gamos of base
bull at "Wailuku. Tho first gamo
betwoon Wnikupu and Wailuku
resulted in a victory for tho Wai
kapu. Score 9 to C. The pocond
gamo between "Wailuku and "Wni
hoo was won by the Wailukus by
a score of 12 to 8.
Tho brigantino John D. Spreck
els arrived last night, 11 days
from San Francisco. Passengers:
Mrs Smith, Misses Smith (2),
Messrs. Taylor (2) and Mr. Mol
leu. The John D. Spreckels sails to
morrow with full load of Paia
Kuhului, June 15, 1895.
Best Family Medicine
Sick Headache, Constipation,
DYSPEPSIA, LIVER TROUBLES.
Purely Vegetable Easy to Take.
Tho delicate sugnr-contlng of Ajcr's l'lllf
dissolves Immediately on retelling tho stom
ach, unci penult i tlio lull strength of cneh
Ingredient to bo speedily nsslinllntcd. As a
purgative, cltlicr for tra cllers orns a family
medicine, Ayer's Pills arc tlio best la tho
Mado by Dr. J.O. Aycr A Co.,T,owoll,M.lu.,U.S.A.
HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
I CT Ncwnronf cheap Imitation. Tlic inino
A)'r'n 1IUh Is blown lu tlia glast of each
PL UUr UUUIL'f
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Sole Agents for tho Republic of Hnwnii.
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL nOUHS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OP
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS OK HAND.
LAND at auction.
THERE WILL BE SOLD ON SAT
I URDAY, Juno 22, 1895, nt my Sales
room, nt 12 o clock noon, the undivided
ono-hnlf interest of Woiik Wn Fon in
those promises situntcd nt Wnikilri, Onhu,
and known ns Apnnn 2 in Roynl Pntent
G87H to Kulncone, containing nn nren of
1 70-100 acres. Also those promises des
cribed in Royal Patent 8117 to Kamoho
moho, containing nn area of 17-100 acre.
Tho Kalaeouo premises being leased
to Sung Kwong Wo Co. for 350 n year,
ending November 1 1899. Tho Kamoho
moho premises being leased to Y. Anin
and others at 20 a year.
For further particulars apply to Wong
Wn Foy at Wing Wo Tni & Co., or to
William O. Achi, Real Estato Broker.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Juno 12, 1895. 23-td
WO OHAN, formerly of King street,
1 1 Honolulu, haviug mado nn assign
ment to mo for tho benefit of his credi
tors, all persons haviug claims against
(nid cstnto aro requested to uresout their
claims to mo at my ofllco, Queen streot,
Honolulu, within fourteen dnys from this
dnto after which time nono will bo nl
lowed. L. B. KERR.
Honolulu, II. I., Juno 10, 1895.
WING SING OHAN. formerly of Nuu
nim street, Honolulu, having mado
an assignment to mo for tho benefit of
his creditors, all persons having claims
agniust said estato aro requested to pre
sent their claims to mo nt my ollico,
Queen streot, Honolulu, within fourteen
days from this dnto nftor which time
none will bo allowed.
Honolulu, II. I., Juno 10, 1895.
P. C. JONES. E. A. JONES.
nAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
luia Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortjrafjo .Sugar Planta
CS' For particulars npply to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
40H I'nrt Htrrrt, ... Honolulu
THE PLACE TO
A m i
is where you. have the Largest Stock to
select from and the Greatest Variety of
Prices. Bring in Your Feet and we do
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Havo Just Received a Now Supply of tho
O 3311. IE IDE. jgLTOSID
Of tho following Brands:
Also, Just to Hand a Largo Consignment of
GENUINE BAVARIAN HOPS!
EL E. MoINTYKE & BROM
WTOBTZH AMD DULSU Of
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nw Goodi Eeoelred by Brery Ptcket from the Eastern BUtei and Baiupa.
fBESH - OALIFOBNIA - PBODUOE - BY - EVEBY - 8TEAMEB.
Ail Orden faithfully attended to and Goods PeUtewd to anv
Fart of the City FBKB. ,UTBrBa w n
teaw Obduu Souoitid. SArarAonox QDABAMTm
) OOSHBB JTOBI ABD KIMQ BTKBaXO,
PIE, CAKE INI! ICE CREAM!
II. F. SiNoi:ii, for six yonrs foromnn nt
Swiuu'h bnkory, Suttor Htroet, Snu Fran
cisco, lins tnkou up bis hcmlqunrtora with
MitH. Kate Sinoeh, Kino Stuket,
will bnlto superior
PIES axuSL CAKES
for family uso.
Mincu Pies a Specialty !
Delicious Ivu Cream !
Mndo from pnro crenm nnil from puro
fruits vill bo supplied to families or for
bnlls pnrtica nnil recoplions.
1ST Ordor on Tclopliono 872 will ro
coivo prompt nttentiou.
HSf Dohcious Pies will bo on snlo nt
II. J. Nolto's Hcn or Saloon. 18-lm
METROPOLITAN liT CO.
SI ICIxig- Street.
G. J. Waller, - - - Manaoeh.
AVIIOLESALE AND RETAIL
?. O. BOX US
A FAMILY HOTEL.
I1. CKroviao, - lE'rcp.
For Day S 2.00
For Week 12.00
Special ZjCaxLOaly Xtatoo I
Tho Best of Attondnnco, tho 13cst Situa
tiou nnd the Fiuoat iloala in this City.
G. E. SMITHIES
Accountant, Collector & Copyist,
Ofllco with C. D. Chnso, Safo Deposit
UuildiuR, 100 Fort Streot. Tclo-
ESTho collection o Government Hills a
Consoliflatefl Sola later Co., L'i
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
ISOOMS AND KOAltl).
l)OOMS AND 130AKD
It for n fow persons can
bo had nt "Ilnniwni," on
tlio Wnikiki lloncli.
W. S. BARTLETT