Newspaper Page Text
"'s f f ,(- '..- vfi
EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 7, 1SD5.
Company A, innpoction and
muster this evening.
Dr. Wnyson will make a tour
of tlio island for his lionKh.
Tho Suprbmo CoUrt has ad
journed till Tuesday.
Ilruco Carlwricht and family
have gone to Kulionou for a few
Tho Sharpshooters hold a meet
ing tonight in tho old legislative
Tho llohron Drug
are solo agents lor the Soqnah
W. 0. Wilder, Jr., was unani
mously ro-olected captain of Com
pany D last night.
William II. Groig's condition
has improved since his transfer
to the hospital.
A crickot match botweon local
elevens has been added to tho
Fourth of July attraction.
Tho polico force will enter uu
oight and fourteen oared bargo
in tho racos on the Fourth.
W. Colvillo, F. Fulconor and S.
Chutt woro tho only passengers
for this port by tho Alameda.
Tho Honolulu Lacrosse Club
has its first practice gamo this
afternoon on the old ball grounds.
Graduating oxorcises at Kamo-
hamoha school again thin evening.
Special cars will leave Fort street
It has been suggested that a
matinoo by the Marquardts on
Saturday would bo about tho pro
Genor.il Orders tfo.'s 7 and 8.
rein ting to tho military reviow on
July 4th, appear in our advertis
One of the Alameda's passen
gers, vns unfoitunato enough tn
lose her diamonds, jewelry and
money on the trip hcio.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Com
pany have adopted plans for their
cold storago building and will
soou commonco work.
Ex-Minister Thurston will hore
nftor devote himsolf to tho prac
tice of law. Ho has opened an
ollice on Kauliutnunu street.
Tho arrests this morning were
two Chinese for having opium in
possession and ono native for soil
ing liquor w thout a liconso.
Meohanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nunanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25
nnd 50 cents per night; $1, and
SI 25 por week.
Two hundred resorvod soats for
Friday's concert woro sold by
Frank Hnogs in half an hour
yesterday. Seats for Saturday tiro
now on sale at tho Ilobron Drug
Company s storo.
Whether thero will bo a display
of flic works or not on the Fourth
depends largely on tho success
whifh Wrny Taylor meots with
' in collecting subscriptions from
Government employes and others.
C. Fi. Williams, tho pinnoer
furnituro dealer and undertaker of
Honolulu, left for San Francisco
today on tho Alninotlu. lie ox
pects to make it Hying trip and
will loturn with a largo and com
plete fitockof furnituro and under
If you want your watch repair
ed, if you want jowolry mado up
neatly. If you want souvonii
spoons, or anything in tho jewel
ry lino. H.G. Biart, at 0. Geitz's
storo, Fort streot, is your man.
Ho was for ten years tho prac
tical watchmaker for Wonuor it
General Hartwoll entertained
at diuuer yestorday a numbor of
thoso who gained thoir first
knowlogo of law in his office and
others with whom he has been
associated in his long logal ex
perience. Thoso presont woro: Pre
sident Dolo, Minister Hatch. W.
It. Castlo, W. O. Smith, L. A.
Thurston, J. M. Motisarrat, Judge
Whiting, Judgo Froar, Judgo
Peny, Cecil Brown, W. T. Brig
lmm and W. L. Stanley.
fiT "1NWH dOd AT1Vl03d5 iM'lWU CV
' , lki .1 '' ..norjnja ' 'Ji ijrr 9
ir?ntrtrwnvr-rrrrJLimxa 'antmnemvareincKvrrfTr frwrsf"rxrxexnu
Fivo desortors fivun tho ship
M'inuol Loaguno are still at largo.
The usual quota of socioty poo
plo were on board tho Alamoda
this morning but the crowd on
tho wharf was unusually small.
Manngor Ilondry of the Hawai
ian Hnrdwaro Company ivch his
new adv. in this paper credit for
tho sale of a lady's bicyclo this
Kamehamoha I.'s statuo in
front of tho Judiciary building is
being burnished and ropaintcd.
Tho old man doesn't seem to
It was intimated by ono of tho
Sonators this morning that tho
Sonato coidd got along without
any more ndvico or instructions
from tho Labor Commission.
M. P. Bobiuson, John Ena and
Goorgo W. Smith woro ro
olectod mombcrs of tho Council
of Stato by tho Houso this nftor
nnon.theyhavingrpsignodthoofficps that mado their first eloction il
legal. Tho Judiciary Committee of
tho Sonato will hold a cession to
morrow afternoon for the purpose
of hearing a deputation of sports
men who nro in favor of Senator
Brown's now gimo law. Messrs.
Wilson. Gilford, Whitnoy, Black
and others will bo hoard on tho
iMLi:i: COURT HEWS.
All Sort ol CiiDen llpfore Juiluo I'crry
Til In 31 rut ii x.
J. Dunne pleaded not guilty
yesterday of being a vagrant, but
aftor a nights' reflection changed
his mind. Ho changod his plea
also this morning, in considera
tion of which sontonco was sus
pended. J. Kupihoa, Mrs. Schiofer and
hor liege lord and mastor woro all
us for using vulgar, profano and
obtceno langnago on tho stroet
but thoy aro now propared to
swear they didn't. His Honor
will attend to their cases this
Moke was drunk and mado no
bonos about saying so. $3.
Tho charge of assault and bit
tory against 1 N. Davis was
dismissed whoreupon he pleaded
guilty of boing drunk. U.
Lnlnibi pleaded guilty to selling
s-pirtuons liquor without Iteonso
anil wis foituu ito to get his sen
tence suspended f r a tune.
The ease against Jose C V iche
co for selling goods without a li
conso was d'sniisni'd.
Tanaku is a .lap who is said to
be in lining a hotel without a h
cense. His pilikia will be suttled
Tho trial of 11. Pauls for va
grancy occupied homo time hut
tho Court finally concluded ho
was a good man and let him go.
L. Unit is the n iino ot an indi
vidual who assaulted and letter
ed Ah Leong by striking him
six separate and distinct t mcs.
Ho added insult to injuiy by
holding him by tho hair while ho
also cruisod his Load and face.
As a justification Umi said the
Chinaman has called his wife a
thief and paid her othor similar
complimeutB His Honor con
cluded that Umi did about right
and lot him go.
Clrriill Court lct-Mn.
Judgo Coopor has ronderod a
decision in Thomas Clark vs Hat
tie I'. Parker and others, bill for
specific porforniiinco. Tho do
fondants II. P. Parker and S.
Parker authorized W. H. Cornwoll
by imrol to sell certain lands at
Wailulm. Cornwoll sold tho
land to Ch.rk for 81000, taking in
part payment $200 and giving a
rocoipt for tho money, tho roceipt
stating among other things that
tho deed would bo executed in
two months. Thoro was parol
evidence to show that tho entire
purchaso inonoy was to have been
paid within Unity days from tho
dato ui' tho receipt. Tho inonoy
was uot paid, and tho land, was
sold to tho Wailuku Sugar Com
pany. Tho court after stating tho
law dismisses tho bill. Hatch foi
plaintiff; Cartor and Kinnoy for
Cordwood at S12.50 a small
load is doar; chopping it up and
carrying it into tho houso is a
bother. But it must bo put up
with by pooplo who stick to tho
old ideas regarding conking. Nsw
stylo stovo3. tho Now Process, for
instance do not rcquiro coal or
wood; there is no troublo to start
them, no troublo or time wnstod
in keeping them burning, you
simply start thorn with a match
and in three minutes the water is
boiling, twenty minutes Inloryour
bread is baked. If you want
economy and tho wealth which
follows, you should try a New
Procoss Stovo sold by C. V.
Sturdcvaut in tho Waring Block.
, A New Abstract Office
As a result of 15 yoars oxporienco
in the Abstract JJusiness, i am
iarod to make Abstracts of
in a most thorough, accur
ate, and complolo manner and on
F. W Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Ofiico. .U8 !
Fort Streot. mylo
Per Day S ii.OO
Por Week 12.00
Cpociol Z-Tcntili;- XCcxtao t
The Uest of Attendance, the Uest Situa
tion mid tlio FincHt Mealn in tins City.
Wall Paper !
Wo havo just received direct from
New York the
12er brought lieu- at ono time.
Paiterns of 1895
WILDEK & CO.,
Principal Parts ot tho World,
Transact a Genera)
(Successor to Clias. Hammer.)
Kino and Four Stuck,
Ik lire pared to manufacturo all Id nil h
and k'raderi of Hand-mado Ilarncsa at
i.owr.sT r ntici'.s vou oasii.
All wotk Kiiarnntoed to bo satisfactory
l)cforo leaving tlio sliop. 0-ilm
A Few of Din Specials
10 yards in a pieco for 75c.
Pure Eainen Lawn
12 yards in a piece for .$1.50.
Our IfcTcrcr Black Stocking
for 25c. a pair; beat any quality
town and absolutely fast color.
7 for SI. 00.
Xjadics'" Cfccmises Zxinen,
Laco Trimmed; 3 for $1.00.
Our WMie CS-oods
(i yards for 1.00 is the best value ever
N. S. SACHS,
! r,0 Fort Stroet,
sparkling eU'ervesccnce, and its remarkablo health-giving qua
lities, make it invaluable as a refreshment for tho children and
the grown-up folks. Jt is not only a strictly temperance bev
erage, but a drink that satisfies every thirst; toning tho sto
mach, building up tho systoin and creating an appotito for
good, healthful food. There is only one genuine
A pure, healthful and hone.tly-mado extract of Nature's best
Uoots, Barks, Herbs ami Horrics Ifiir.s' liootbccr.
A Package of Extract makes Five Gallons
of this Delicious Drink.
Made only by tho CHARLES E.
"Your Uoot Ucer h excellent as a bevcra(,'o and acts liko it tonic. 1
would have no oilier. Wo um it on our tabic all Hummer instead of tea or
water. Jtuv. 31. L. An'dmiikhi:, 1'ittnlmrKli, l'a., U. H. A."
"I do not know how wo lmuUl ftet alonic without your lloot l?eor. Yo
havo used it for a numbor of ycain and think it tho most delicious drink,
and so Himplo to nuiko. My father ho11 a reat iiniuy iiackiiKed, OBjiecially
duriut; tho warm weathci. Mas. S. V. Ci.aiik, 'ill SUawmut Ao., Orand
ItapidK, Midi., lT. S. A."
T OB IB
Hoiiko.v DaiKi Co.miv;y
Benson, Smith A: Company
Hoi.listeu Dnuo Company, Ij'd
Lkwis & Company
this si'Aci: itisr.uvi:i)
M. S. LEVY
to the grand parents, tho whoio
family can derive comfort,
health and happiness from tho
great temporanco beverage,
Hikes' Root Bhkk. It is pre
eminently a home requisite
mado at homo and drank at
home. Its dolicious flavor, ics
HIRES CO., Philadelphia, U. S. A.