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HONOLULU, IT. I., FIRDAY, AUGUST 1G. 1895.
VOL. 1. NO. 77.
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v ueiii7 Bulletin
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Juno 22, 1805.
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"Manager Evening Bullotin."
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
H. UACKFELD & CO.
Qeneiuij Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Qneon Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
IUFOKTCKS AND DbALCRS IN LuMllEIt
and alii kinds of buildino
MANnFAOTuniNa Jeweler and Watch
maker. Eukui Jewelry a Specialty, Particular
attontion paid to all kinds of ropairs.
Campbell Block, - - Morchant Stroot.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Mnohinory of Evory Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
ShipB' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BKOKEIt
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisemont of Real
Estate and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoon Rtroot. Honolulu.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Doos all kinds of "Work in
Cement & Storso Sidewalks & Curbing
Do has on hand a largo Rupply ot
Chinese Granito Curb and always koops
Hawaiian Otirbinir Stono. Estimates
given nnd lowes4, prices assured. Tele
H. G. B1ART.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry niado to order,
Souvonir Spoons, Gold wiro
gW Island orders solicited.
P. O. Box35o;ntO. Gortz's store.
Fort Streot. 02-tf
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Ofwok ID and 1C Koihumnna
Tolophoiio 039. JuM tt
Poplar Tics of He Bay.
This filibustering business is
growing monotonous; tho peoplo
who aro engagod in manufactur
ing rumors should switch off nnd
do something olso or tho govorn-
mont will loso counuonco in mom.
Such rooorts do tho country no
good and wo fail to soo where tho
rumor makers nro benofitod Ha
waii does not soem to mind it
much for things uro ns quiet and
peaoeful horo as in a woll con
Wo bolievo wo have quite tho
best stock of leather in Honolulu
and it comprises besides solo
leather tho celebrated Spoits light
and heavy harness leather, and
leather forsnddlos. Tho best of
ruBSott and rod onlf skins.
Leather forcarriago makers, oulor
od lining Bkins and soft dash
leather. All kinds of loathor i3
higher today than it was two
months ago; in somo instances it
has advanced as much as ton por
cont, but as we woro woli Btookcd
boforo tho rise wo can soil at tho
samo old prico and perhaps n
little lower. Wo have a vory coni-
Eloto stock of Shoo and Hamoss
ndings and tools for all kinds of
loathor work tho prico of which
is ontiroly satisfactory to all of
Wo havo tho goods and tho
pricos will suit you.
E. O. Hall & Son.
Fort & Kin it StrootH.
The Hawn Fertilizing Co.
AKE BETTER PREPARED THAN EVER,
To any analyses, at lowest pricos.
A. F. COOKE,
The . .".
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimatos givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a specialty.
Jinn ia generally as vain as a womnn,
bnt it is almost nn impossibility to get him
to admit it. Some aro piuticulnr nbout tho
Bhapo of their hats, others aro dnft on shoes;
bat tho last mother's Hon of them will insist
Fit when itcomcH to clothed .Thoy go on
tho old adage that "lino fciUliorn niako fmo
birdB;" and as far as tho artistic eyo in con
corned they aro about light and that in tho
rcnuou that most mon drive tboir tailor al
most road by insisting on a perfect
Thero aro several kinds of litu, however,
some arc hereditary, boiue uro brought on
by heat, ovcr-excrtlon, oto,, but the lit that
is brought aboutby u is not alluded by tho
heat or cold, but U nevertheless htreill
ttry with uh.
418 Fort St,
It euros Itching hu-
mon, ana Keeps mo
solp oool, moist,
healthy, and free from
that six years ago I lost nearly half of ray
hair, and what was left turned gray. After
using Ayer's Hair Vigor several months,
my hair began to grow again, and with tho
natural color restored."
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AVER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U .S. A.
6TT-Ilewnre of cheap Imitations
7.. 1. nmmh.nl nn thfl wrannt
blown in ma kim vi vacu m vu. w. .
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Itepnblio ot Hawaii.
.m.,. .- r;---"---"- I." i"- .-l.
Kinau streot near Punohbowl
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
PaciGo Hardwaro Co.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner Kins; & Nuuanu Street, Honolulu
Clioico Liquors and Fino Boor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Stroot.
D. J. OASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a Specialty. Over Cali
fornia Feed Company's store
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
Japanese Goods I
2QS Fort Stroot.
Book and Job Printer
Morchant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nowb Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
W. F, SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort Btroet. Gonoral Cart
ing and Drayogo Business dono.
in 7 tf
AT LAW. '
818 Fort St. - Telephono 01.
j . ..-P'?kBK
From U. B. Journal ifUtticini.)
Prof.W.H.Pfk,wliomkf iptcliltyof Kptfcpiy,
bu without doubt treated nd curt d mora curt tUin
tcndi wllli Urge bnltla at Im alolutciirCi fno to
drrti. We kdvlu inyou wlrtilnic euro In ulilrmr,
Prof. 7, U. 1'KJJU JC, V, U, Cdir bu, Nw York.
AKiaMTRONG CALLED DOWH.
Editoii Bulletin If W. N.
Armstrong's .impressions of Japan
aro not any moro noourate than
his knowlodgo of tho United
States, tho articles he is contri
buting to tho Advertiser aro both
unroliablo and misleading. Ho
says in this morning's issuo:
"Tho Amorioan flag won't liolp
us. Go to Santa Fe, Now Mexico,
whero the American flag has been
triumphantly waving since tho
territory was wrosted from Mox
ico, and the polico will toll you
not to walk in tho sido streets at
night or a Moxicnn groasor will
put a knifo in you."
As an adopted citizen of the
United Statos I deny most posi
tively the assortion that the Am
erican ling won't help us, and as
one who has livod in Santa Fo
and knows whereof ho speaks I
disputo tho assertion that tho. po
lico of Santa Fo or any other town
in New Mexico will toll visitors
not to walk in tho Bide streets
at night or a Mexican greaser will
put a knife in you, and lot mo toll
Mr. Armstrong that to coll a man
a groaBer is a torm not used in
polito oirolos in that part of tho
world and is not always safo in
In tho courso of my travols I
havo beon protty much all over
New Mexico. I havo lived in
Santa Fo, its capital, in Albu
querquo, El PnBO, Socorro and
other cities within its borders and
nowhoro doos such a state of af
fairs exist as Mr. Armstrong would
havo his roadors boliovo.
Lifo and proporty aro as safo
thoro as in any city in tho world;
indood more so, for tho pooplo
thoro aro more accustomed to pro
tooting thomsolves than calling on
the police, Mr. Armstrong may
not be aware that tho city of Santa
Fo is the oldoit city in tho United
Statos, and has been renowned for
nearly 350 years for its advanced
oivilization and many educational
institutions which have dosconded
from the early Spanish fathers.
In conclusion, while I havo no
means of knowing if Mr. Arm
strong was ever in Santa Fo or
not, 1 do know that if tho polioe
of that oity told him "not to walk
in tho sido streets at night or a
greaser would put a knifo in him'
he must have been in a portion of
tho city whoro he had no business
to bo and at an hour of tho night
when dooent people aro in bed.
Comrade in Arm.
C. H. Fox, a G. A. It. vetoran
for many years living in Honolu
lu, sent a copy of tho Bulletin
containing a report of Docnration
Day hero to Prof. Hyland C.
Kirk, who was first lieutonant
and adjutant of tho 4th New York
Heavy Artillery, that boing tho
regiment to which Mr. Fox be
longed. Tho Pholps Citizen of
Pholps, Ontario county, N. Y. ,
gives u condensed account of tho
Honolulu colouration from this
paper. Prof. Kirk was announced
in the uitizon as
tho 4th of July
I'ubllcutlou of Law.
Many joint resolutions and
sevoral laws of tho lata sossion
aro officially published in this
issuo of tho Bulletin. By cut
ting out thoso documents as they
appoar nnd pasting thorn in a
scrapbook, anybody can havo a
volumo of tho Sossion Laws of
1895 ut Bmall oxponso,
la kept on
Il)u t I'. c.
Ail vet llhlntr
.itinri. t)l oiul m Merchant KM'Iiiiil'i
rnncuco, i.uuioriiiu, wiierit cuiumiiu niraii
r ' ..ii . i . .! i
Heeord ofTliU morning's Halon f
the DUtrlct Court.
Tho first on'so to come to the
official notico of Judge Perry this
morning was that of G. W.
Smytho, who pleudod not guilty
of assaulting and battoring Tt. S.
Scrimgoour. Ho will bo tried on
Kulukulualani is tho name of
an individual whodo tongue must
bo about as long as his naino, for
tho charge against him ia that of
being a nuisance by making loud
and troublesome noises at night.
Mr. K. otc. snys ho didn't and
will alto have a hearing on Mon
day. Tho samo disposition was mado
of H. M. Borg, who Is in durance
vile on a chargo of vograncy.
Ukida wob in luck this morn
ing in Rotting tho chargo against
him of assault with a doadly
Weapon reduced to simple as
sault. His oflonso consisted in
battering a Chinaman booauso
tho latter tried to oolloct n debt
of thirty-fivo cents. In spite of
his own testimony and tho oflbrts
of Goorgo A. Davis his counsel,
ho was found guilty and sontonoed
to pay a fine of twonty dollars
Tho next viotim of tho strong
hand of tho law was "W. Ray
mond, aoousod of overloading and
overdriving a certain bus toain on
the 10th of August laBt. Police
man Edward Dunbar was tho
complaining witness and Paul
Noumann appeared for the do
fonso. The dofondant waB found
not guilty and discharged.
Tho caso of Jenny Oloary for
keoping a disorderly house was
oontinuod till moved on, and the
Court adjourned for lunoh.
KCivil business this afternoon.
CIRCUIT COCIIT TERN.
Verdict of Dnrnace Asaunipill Suit
Tho mixod jury awarded Ca
therine K. Brown $12.50 damages
against W. O. King for trespass.
Kawni Sing vs. T. Hoomaha,
assumpsit, noxt oamo on beforo
Judgo Whiting, and to try it tho
following mixod jury was drawn:
C.B.D wight, J.Morso,A.Bishaw,H.
F. Wiohman, O. L. Brown, J. L.
MoLoan. J, Raicer, G. "W. Nawaa
koa, J. W. Akana, K. Bennor, J.
Ascli, T. M. Starkoy. Begun yos
terday afternoon tho trial con
tinued until 2 p. m. toduy,
whon tho jury roturnod a
verdict for tho dofondant.
Magoon for plaintiff; Robertson
At 2:10 tho Court adjournod
till 0 a. m. tomorrow.
Judge Coopor sustained a ploa
in bar in tho caso of Yap Yong vs.
Kaanana. Thurston for plaintiff;
Kinnoy for defendant.
Ilustaco & Co. deal in wood
and coal, also in b'ack Band, at
the lowest market rates.
For rowing or oycliug nn oleg
nnt lino of swoators "ohoap" us
Bortod colors. Molnorny.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT At.I nouns.
THE FINEST IJItANDB OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYH ON HAND.
vending on lie mailu fur II,
awatfttjjttel.f.iwl ,t -iiini.li'iii- n.MlftX I tir'iilinll
i if i' .Uwhr ?hi