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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 19, 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho usual Fronch dinnor and
concert at tho hotol Saturday
Quito n reBpectablo shower of
rain foil nt Waikiki last night nt
A handsomo engraving of tho
"Now Process" Btovo nppoars in
Soimtors whon thoy adjourn
corao down to tho Houso to got
Tho Miinnerohor society neots
this evoning at 7:30 at tho Populur
Tho only arrest inude today was
that of Chon Meo Hin for assault
with a doadly weapon.
Tho Printing Coramitteo of tho
Sonata hold a short sos8ion in the
hall after adjournmout
Chaplain Peck's prayors in tho
Senato aro appreciated both for
thoir forvency and brevity.
The report of tho Labor Com
mission to tho Senato this morn
ing is being printed 'in pamphlet
The poles for the now tolophono
lino between Kau and Konu, Ha
waii, arrived yesterday on the
The Hawaiian baud will give a
concert on Friday ovening ut tho
hotel as a compliment to tho Aus
Newspaper mon were kindly al
lowed to cool their hools in tho
main hall whilo tho Senate. whb
in secret session today.
D McOorrist'on and F. II. Fos
ter have gone into partnership in
tho usprrss business. The firm
namo will bo Sanders' Express.
Every room and cot in tho Ha
waiian hotel has hacii taken by
tho Cooke's Teachers' Excursion
party which is duo on the Austra
lia on Fridiy.
The special committon of fivo
Senators to whom was referred ho
Land Bill held their first mooting
in the Senate Ohambor a lor the
Antone Soabury, who has beon
connected witli 'ho Bulletin fnr
some months, is authorized to col
lect subscription and advertising
accounts for this pa or. 3t.
About forty members of Com
pauy 13 were present at tho meeting
last night. An oloction for first
lieutonant will heboid next Tues
day, lioutenaut Konake's term
F. J. Kroger, practical watch
maker, corner of Fort and Merch
ant streets.. Repairing watchos
a specialty. The colebrated Wien
er Regulators. Just the thing for
an appropriate present to your
There was a quarrel about u
fence on Liliha street yesterday
ovening, between sevoral Cinna
mon and a Portuguese. It ended
with the Chinese pursuing the
Portuguese down tho streot with
sticks and stones.
Sinoo tho government has re
fused to romovo yard refuso, Win.
Larseu and W. J. Coon intend to
start u private enterprise for that
Surpose and wagons will make
aily calls is necessary. Any orders
telephoned to No. 245 will ro
ceive prompt attention.
The civil suit of David Butcher
vs. Kapiolaui tried Ijoforo Judgo
Perry yesterday rosulted in a
rerdlot for plaintiff for $10 and
oosts, in all $14 55. John It. riilva
also recovered judgment against
the same defendant for $15 and
costs, in all $20.05. Appeals to
the Circuit Court woro noted in
"290'' is tho number moat fre
quently called over tho telophono
wires. It rings up the United
Gamuage Company's stand, whore
Superior Hnoks with safe and
oourtoous drivord, aro always to
be found. A completo livery
outfit, including buggies and wag
gonottcB, furnished at tho short
A CHINESE MASHER.
.Anil AVIint IIuiiciio1 to Jllnt lu
Front of tho Sciiilnnrj'.
A few minutes beforo soron
o'olook lost ovoning an eldorly
nnd ill-favored Chinaman dressed
in a shabby suit of dungaroo was
observed sauntoring along in
front of tho Kuwaiabao Seminary.
Ho meandered along so slowly
but evidently with on objoct thnt
a Bullktin roporter determined
to watch him in tho hope of pick
ing up an itom.
Tho colostial inashor walked
slowly along tho sidewalk towards
Waikiki until ho came to tho
seminary whon ho seomed to be
watching for somoono. Ho spoke
to two girls who wore wtthin hear
ing and then went on. At tho
other ond of the grounds ho en
deavored to got into conversation
with sotnt moro girls, but gut loft.
He th on sauntered nloi g slowly un
til past tho Castle residenco
when ho stopped and gazed
at tho pluco where tho moon
ought to bo. Tho reportor,
who was f liowing him, passed,
him and got i good look ut him.
His face would stop a clock and
he had a gonoral hang1 dog look
about him which more than over
satisfiod tho nowspaper man ho
needed watching. After the ro
porter passed him tho masher
turned buck and so did tho ro
portor. Tho Chinaman again tried
to pick up a ilirtation with the
girl who wouldn't havo it tho first
tinio, but failed again. With tho
socond lot ho was more success
ful. Ho spoko to them in native
whon opposito tho gate on tho
Ewa side and -threw u small pack
ago which ho had beon carrying
in his hand into tho grounds,
whero one of tho girls picked it
up and secrotod it in her dross.
Tho mustier from tho Flowory
Kingdom having accomplished
his objoct then pubsod on, but ho
littlo know what was in store for
On tho Ewa sido of tho semi
nary grounds it, a sniull Chinese
store and outsido this wero stand
ing two half white boys hbout 14
or 15 years old, who. had ovidontly
soon what the Chinamen was up
to nnd possibly heard what .ho
said to tho girls. One of these
mado n romark to tho inashor
as ho wout by which waB ovidont
ly insulting, ns tho Chinaman
resontod it. A fow words lod to u
pretty littlo fight.
Round number ono ended in a
draw, the native boy showing
considerable science and ovidont
ly awaiting his opportunity to get
in a knockout. Tho Chinamun
was game but had not the science
of tho old Marquis of Queens
berry. Ho clawed the air in a
desperate but unsuccessful at
tempt to f,ot at his opponent's
faoo and hair.
Round number two was short
and decisive. The native boy
plantod his right on tho China
man's stomach and ho went head
over heels on tho black sand
which now prevails m that classic
Although somewhat bewildored
tho celestial camo to timo for tho
thud and last round, but tho na
tive boy saw ho had things his
own way. After hanging tho
mashor in tho noso two or three
times he got in ono on his jaw that
evidently loosenod soroo of his
teeth and caused tho loss of somo
colostial blood, tho sight of which
was evidently too much for tho
subject of the Son of Heaven and
Empress of tho Moon, for ho ig
nominiously took to his hools,
nursing his face as ho wont.
While all this was going on tho
other nativo boy and tho reporter
divided up doaa loadsof fun and
the police wore not in it, not evon
tho mounted portion of the force.
of lie Day.
"The Monarch will win" is
an expression heard in bicyclo
races oftoncr than anything clso.
It has not yet boon hoard horo
becauso Monarch Bicycles havo
not yot boon introduced, but
whon thoy aro thoy will not tuko
socond ploco in speed, woight or
quality of material.
Tho Monarch in innt what its
namo implies, tho King of bicy
cles, nud wo aro authorized agonts
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
This whool is mado by a com
pany whoso standing in tho manu
facturing world is nt tho head;
thoy aro putting monoy in thoir
wheels and soiling them nt a low
prico because thoy aro not anx
ious to mndo thomsolvos rich in
a year. For that roason thoy
havo put tho price within tho
loach of everyone
Tho coming modols in the
Monaroh nro No's 8, 9, 10, 11 and
12. Theso includo racing and
ladies' wheols. Thoy aro fitted
with oithor "Domoir" or "King
fisher" lamps, and with this on
tho front ond you can soo so far
nhoad of you that night riding is
moro of a pleasuro than you havo
boon used to. With a Monarch
Bicyclo you don't havo to koop a
lamp on tho back to keep drivors
from running over you; tho
mechanism is such thut a high
rato of speed is attained without
much muscular power.
Our prices of tho
Monarch whool will ho
fivo per cont less tlinn
hoard of a first class bicvolo bo
ing sold for. Wo can do it ho
causo wo aro tho manufacturers'
ngonts and havo no middlo man's
profits to pay. Call at our storo
and examine our Agency papors
and secure a handsomely illus
A socond hand Columbia snfntv
can bo had of us vory cheap, tho I
owner wisning to dispose ot it
and buy a Monarch.
If you aro scoptioal call on us
and loam that tho place to buy
tho host bicycle is at.
E. O. Hall $c Son.
Fort & Kliiff Streets.
Import of Champagne
Into the United States
From January ist io April isf,
G. H. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 21,-lGl
Pommory it Grono GJ35
Moet & Chandou S.9G3
Charles Hoidsieok 2,796
Louis Eoederer 2,1
Perrier Jouot 1,320
Irroy & Co 1,215
Vve. Clicquot 835
Boucho Soc 733
Dolbeck & Co 453
St. Marcoaux 209
Krug& Co ..v '195
Hoidsiock & Co. Dry Mono
Compiled From Custom nonse Records.
Macfarlane & Co,, Lt'd.
Solo Agents for Hawaiian
Islands for G. H. Mumm
jul4 tf & Co.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telophono 91.
Central Jtat VIai?et
Love's Building, Nuuanu St.
A FIRST CLASS Markot in eyory
Orders delivered promptly to all parts of
A Few of Our Specials :
10 yards in a pieco for 75c.
Pure Linen Lawn
12 yards in a pioco for $1.50.
Our New Black Stockings
for 25c. a pair; beat any quality in
town and absolutely fast color.
Ladies' Ribbed Undervests
7 for $1.00.
Ladies7 Chemises Lincn
Laco Trimmed; 3 for $1.00.
Our White Goods
G yards for $1.00 is tlio best value ever
5120 Fort Street,
. eminently a homo requisite 1
1 111 mado at homo and drank at;
11 homo. Its delicious flavor, ics
sparkling effervescence, and its romarkablo health-giving qua
lities, make it invaluable as a refreshment for tho children and'
the grown-up folks. It is not only a strictly temperance bov-
erage, but a drink that satisfies cvory thirst; toning tho sto
mach, building up tho systom and creating an appotito for
good, healthful food. Thero is only ono gonuino
A pure, healthful and honestly-mado ox tract of Nature's best
Roots, Barks, Herbs and Berries Ilirrs' lioofbeer.
A Package of Extract makes Five Gallons
of this Delicious Drink. f
Made only by the CHARLES E.
"Your Boot Beer is oxcellont na n bovorngo nnd nets liko n tonic. I
would hnvo no other. Wo uso it ou our tnblo nil sumraor instead of tea or
water. Kev. M. L. Andaiuese, Pittsburgh, l'a., U. 8. A."
"I do not know how wo should get nlonfr without your Boot Beer. Wo
hnvo used it for n numbor of years nnd think it tho most delicious drink,
nnd so simple to mnko. My fnthor soils a sroat many packnRes, especinlly
during tho warm wenthor. Miw. S. W. Glahk, 211 Shnwmut Ave., Grnnd
Bnpids, Mich,, U. S. A."
Hoiiuon Drug Company
Benson, Smith & Company
IIoLLiSTEit Dnuo Company, L'd
Lewis & Company
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOB -tllX ABOVK fOBT OH
Monday, June 24,
AT 4 O'OLOOK P. M.
The undersigned are now prepared to
lssae Through Tickets from this City to all
points In the United States.
B9 For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
Wu. O. IRWIN & CO., L'd, "
10-7 1 General Agonta.
Honolulu, II. I.
to tho grand parents, tho whole!
family can dorivo comforcH
health and happiness from tho;
great tomperanco hovorago,
Hikes' Root Bee a. It is pro-1
HIRES CO., Philadelphia, U. S. A. t
C. R. COLLINS,
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
HAS REMOVED TO
337 Kino: St,
ASK YOUll GROCER
Fon Patent Excellent Floob.
Highest grndo Flour on tho market!
Cost tho same as nil other ilrst-cksa