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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Jnck W ntor nnd K. BuoboHz
ctuno in on tho Cluudino.
H. S. Tregloin 1ms return, d
Iroin n irip to Hawaii.
Mrs. J. J. Ejran rolurncd on the
Clnudinc thin morning.
J. P. Ilnckfold roturuod by tho
Cliiiidinethia tnoruini; from n hur
ried tr'.p to tho other islands.
Fathers Jtitnoa and Nool nnd
It-vs 0. I'. Etnnr8on, rCilun mid
K'ipii oiirau up on tho Cluudino
ltov. Mr. Yiitmiin will snonk
this evening ut 7:
!10 on "Tho
Pacific Lot1g A. P., and A. M.,
ni'-ots this owning, and will have
work in tliu third dogroc.
ltov. Mr. Y.'itm.in will proich at
Co'itrtl Union Chimih noxt Sun
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I'linrn urn 11 mmpnti ittinra tit tlin
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nwiim 011 nun iKMiniuu u.inuitii-
which is to bo had this
An oschango says Hawaii nmy
continue to bo a puradise, but it
cm hardly bo cillod u pacific one
P. L. Stolz and G. T. McLean,
with th.-ir familios, arrived on
tho Claudiue this morning; also
A. 1$. Lindsay. ,
A olono gutter is boing plnced
noross tho corner of Quoun and
Fort stiouts, a long and much
Entries for tiio Hawaiian Ath
letic Association's rond raeo close
on Wednesday aflornoon nt
Tho hunting pirty of fourteen
which loft for tho Waiuuae moun
tiuns "ii Friday afternoon shot 54
gouts during Saturdty.
Doteetivo Kiinnn and ofiicor
Chung Poon captured a Chinese
chckoii thief oarlv Sunday morn
ing, with a half-u-dozon stolon
hens in his possession.
Of tho G'l contract laborors now
on Quarantine island forty-four
will go to Honokua plantation
and tho othor twouty to Koloa.
Tho jury in tho Woodward
breach of promiso n d seduction
caso brought in a verdict of guilty
on Saturday afternoon, two dis
senting. Some merchants prefer cobwobs
in thoir stores to ndvorliseii.outs
in tho nowspapers, and forgot that
tho Bulletin is a livo local paper
and that advertising in it pays.
"When a muu thinks bo can run
his business without advertising
tho people think ho can do it with
out their custom. Tho Bulletin
is tho best advertising medium in
Hymau Bros, recoived a fino
toam of draft horses from Califor
nia by the S. 0. Allen on Satur
day. Thoy will bo used at tho
firm's Konlnu plantation.
Somo peoplo insist that the road
rnco should havo been run on
Saturday afternoon, rain or shino,
while others are satisfiod to havo
had it put off.
N. S. S.ichs advertises up to
dato dross goods, silk waist pat
terns, jot and spangled fronts.
Those goods wero psrsonnlly so
loctod, nnd are tho correct styles.
J. M. Whito was found doad at
bis homo at Kikihale yesterday
morning. Ho hud boon confined
to his bod by illness for two or
threo days proviously. Dr. Eraor
son pronounced tho oauso of bis
death as paralysis.
Tho first of a monthly series of
papers on tho various missions of
tho Contrnl Union Church was
road at tho morning servico yes
torday by tho pastor. It was on
titled "Tho Work of the Portu
guoso Protestant Mission'' and had
been proparod by W. A. Bowon.
Captain G. G. Trask will bo
succeeded on tho City of Poking
by Captain Smith of tho Rio do
Janeiro ou this month's trip from
Hongkong to San Francisco. First
officer J. J. Catannrioh of tho Bio
will be promotod to master. The
Poking will be duo hora from tho
Oriout on Deceiubor G.
Tho funeral of tho Into Harry
Wolcb took placo from St.
Andrew's cathedral on Saturday
afternoon. Six of the drivers of
tho Tramways Company aotod ns
pall-boarors. Tho osponsos of
tho funeral woro bnruo by tho
Company and all tho omplnyous
who wished ,to attonded woro al
lowed to do bo without loss of
Highest of nil in Leavening Powr
Ciptuin Cnmoron roports bad
wentboron his hist trip.
Five drunks paid the ueuil fine
Begulnr monthly mooting of
tho Sharpshooters tonight.
Football players had a meeting
on Sa'urday night.
r Annual meeting of tho Healani
Yacht nnd Boat Club tomorrow
ii. ght at tho boutbouso.
L-wnn'H now grocery
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n riiHiung business on
Evangelist Yatman addressed
the boys of Punahou College this
Thore Chinese vagrants wiv
given thirty days each by Judge
Perry this morning.
Tho trial of T.ng lng for con
spiracy comes off in tho District
Com t tomorrow morning.
About soventy-fivo w Into pooplo,
including many ladies, visited the
Chinese theater on Saturday
The bark Don Adolfo lm boon
libeled by her crew for about ifl-k 0
Three Chinese woro fined $50
and costs in tho District Court
this morning for having opium in
Squad G of tho Citizon's Guard
did some good shooting at Kulihi
yesterday afternoon, about twenty
If your aunouneeniont in the
Bulletin only t xoites curiosity
to know moro about your goods,
it has effected its purpose. Your
salesman should do tho rest.
Official announcement is made
that the now Japanese Uonsul
General and Diplomatic Agent has
presented his credentials and ro
coivod his exequatur.
Loy Yan, tho Chineso chicken
thief captured by Officer Kan pa
last night, was given six months
nt hard labor by Judge Perry this
morning. IIo is an old oflbudor
and has an unexpired sentence yet
John Quinby Wood, lately of
Ouhu College faculty, has been
admitted on examination to full
practico at tho bir. flo was at
Harvard law school two years, and
Principul Hosmor and Mr. Thurs
ton cortify to his moral character.
Otto Fettor, a native of Ger
many, aged 74 years, died yostor
day morning of liver disease. Ho
canio to Hawaii about thirteen
years ago ami had boon ill for
somo weeks. His oldost daughter
is the wifo of Captain Paul Smith.
Tho funeral takes place at 3 o'clock
this aftornoon from his late rosi-
Menco on Berotania street. Ilev.
H. W. Pock officiating. ,
"Yes," said tho grand mogul
of tho rival daily, as ho vainly
attempted to touch off n Tokio
match ou tho globo of nu incan
descent light; "yes, this world is
full of hollow shams, of liars,
frauds, pooplo who steal nows and
pooplo who conduct low bicyclo
contests, but I thank hoavon that
wo aro nono of thoso. Wo havo
Woltnr it Klemmo of tho Louvro
saloon on Nuuanu street claim to
bo doing u full share of the saloon
trado apd attribute it to tho high
olues of liquors dispensed at their
Thero was no policoman at Em
ma square on Saturday afternoon,
and consequently hoodlums of
both sexes had full sway, much to
the annoyanco of thoso who went
to hoar tho music.
Niu Wong, who was arrested
for fishing in wutors forbiddon by
tho Board of Health, was discharg
ed by Judgo Perry this morning
bocauso tho ordor of tho Board of
Health relating thoroto hud not
been published in a nowspapor or
posted up in prominout places.
Sara Ivalioino, who was convict
ed of assaulting Moko Eloelo on
the 4th of July last and his sunt,
euco susponded, was brought up in
tho District Court Huh morning
nnd sontenccd to throo months
at hard labor.
EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBEK 11. 1895.
Latest tS. Gov't Roport.
Tho District Court is hearing
civil b .sincss tins afternoon.
Tho Mounted Patrol will drill
this afternoon at Mnkiki.
The wind-up of the Jnnanoso
riot caos will b found ot tho
A lady's red silk stiivlmdo was
lost on the Waikiki road nb-mt
noon yesterday. The finder is
requonted to return it to this
office or Wright's villa nt Waikiki.
The prov.iiling high wiudi and
cod weather seem to bo re-pou-siblo
fur tho increasing int. rest
in tho b'cycle contest.
F A. Schnfor and family linr
returned to their Nounnu valley
residence from Waikiki.
Tho board of directors of tho
Pioneer Building and Loin Asso
ciation hold their monthly moot
ing toil ght.
Tho new IMlo piper has not yet
made its appearance. Its first
Ksuo was to have been m.-ido on
All police oflicors havo been
provid-ul with a small b k which
contains rules and regulations for
the guidaiicu of the police depart
ment. The Hawaiian Ilaidwuro Com
pany lecoivod an immense con
signment of goods bv tho Mario
Hncktcld. AIo (500 casus of
Star kerosono oil.
CHINESE BOY MURDERED.
a fatal h-iaiiimm: cam:
Tli Murderer i:cnc lor 11 Time lint
In Allerwiii-it 'uit.iril Iniict
lktwoen 3 nnd 4. o'clock yester
day ufternoon Ah York, a Chineso
boy about fifttcu yours old nns
stabbed in tho .ibdomon by Vong
Look without a word of wiruing,
Tho murdoror disippoarod nnd
the victim was convoyod to tho
Quoon's hospital where ho expir
ed about 2 o'clock this morning.
Tho murdered boy lived with
his uuelo in a houso 011 Hotel
stroot nour Muunakoa. Wong
Look, tho murderer, oamn from
Kauai somo months ago and wont
to work at Heoia, from whonco
he arrived in this city a low d.iys
sinco. Ho eng.igod a room noxt
to that occupied by Ah York. Ho
wus out all Saturday night and
until uonrly daylight Sunday
morning. During tho morning
ho wus soon sharpouing a big
batcher's knife with a file. About
1 o'clock in tho afternoon tho vic
tim left his room to fill two buck
ets with water, and upon return
ing with 0110 iii each hand wus
mot on tho btnirwny by Wong
Look, who stabbed him in tho
abdomon without a word. When
the police arrived on tho spot tho
boy was found doubled up at tho
foot of the stairs. The two buck
ets nero lying near him and 111
a corner wus'tho knife covored
withbloid, just as the murderer
hud thrown it from him in escap
ing. Tho wounded boy was re
moved to tho hospital uud given
proper medical attention, but no
thing could bu dono for him and
about 2 o'clock this morning ho
Tho murderer escapod over the
buck teuce and nothing moro wus
seen of him till about 11 I. M.
when word was sunt to tho police
station that he had beon seen near
tho rooms of Took Hing Society.
Lioutennnts Unit, feeduum and
others went thero and found him
hidmg behind the d..or of a two-
story house opposite, lie wus
taken to the Station House uiul
from theuco to tho hospital whore
the wounded boy identified him us
tho man who had Stabbed hill).
Deputy Marshal IlitcllCOCk has
summoned u coronor's jury t
meet uud consider tho cuso at '2:1)0
this afternoon nnd it is now in
One or Tli rni Mijn lliej- lire Nl;litp
A momber of tho N. G. H., in
conversation with a Bulletin rep
resentative, sii'd: "I belong to tho
militia, and I was quite enthusi
astic in legmd to military mutters,
until I noticed th t most of the
government jobs, of lutu, are go
ing to non-mombeis of nny or
g.u station of that id' d.
"Our captains soiuetimes fool
aggrieved n account of v -luiitiirv
iibsenco from d l ill and meetings
genorally. The principal roison
is, the boys fcl that government
patronage goes olsewhoro.
"Well and good, ll thoy don't
like us we won't like them, nnd
as for drid wo will attend it reu-
ulnr.y whenever wo feel that our
i altuud.iuce is appreciated "
Tlio Yntlnilll Tlcclllica.
That Mr. Y to.au is a tiroless
worker in the cause of Christiani
ty is evidenced by his holding
eleven soparato meetings yester
day, all of which wore well at
tended. This evening he will
Ihponk on "Tho Pr. digal Son" and
tomorrow evoning ho will tell the
"Storv of Little Jim." On tho
threo following nights thero will
be sermons on Daniel, Paul and
is Mmo. YuIo'h iudiUitilo caro of Freckles,
Tun ami Sunburn. It is the. only rcine.ly
over coinpuniiilcil tlmt will removu Jrt'ckle
comiili'tcly mill surely.
Tho fairer anil more ilelic.ito tho skin,
tho moro likely it l.s tci Ireeklo nuil tho
worse, it will look after it U freckled.
Thousands of women, otherwise, beautiful,
arc (lisliuurod by llies.. utiHlhtly, brown
blotches. Nothing will hiilu them. They
nron source of misery, but they can bo cured .
I. it rreckhi is tliu diath-wirr.iiit to freckles.
The preparation of Ln Freckla Is mio of
Mmo. nlu's (roitest iichicvcmeiits.
Thero aro many imitations, somo of them
very dangerous and hurtful lo tho skin;
110110 of them really iileetlve. Tor safitv
and certainty, insist alwuysou getting the
gouiiiue and original La l'rtekla.
I'rice $1 at diii'stoies, or by mail.
MMi:. M. YALK. lle.ilth nnd lieauty
Specialist, 1 111 St do St , Chicago, lieauty
(luiilo. mailod frio.
THi: ANNUAL MIUU'ING OF 'I UK
Ilculniii Yacht and llo.it Club will bo held
at tho lloalani II. mt House, TU1NDAY
i:T.VINO, November VI, IS').-,, at 7:.'t0.
A Y. UKAH,
of all kinds.
A. L. MORRIS & CO.
Bl Fort Street
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A largo flock, enough for eTerybody.
nce orders early to In.urc UrKl bird..
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Ladies' Silk Waist Patterns
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Jet Fronts and Spangled Fronts.
Thoso aro entirely now and inako a rich waist trimming.
Buttons! Buttons! Buttons!
Don't Fail to Seo tho New Style Buttons.
ir3"Our stock of
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Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
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All Goods delivered promptly. Civility and ovory attention given to customers at
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
AI.MA COTT.UIE, AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furiiUlicd, together with a beach lot.
Stable Room To Let.
PINT. STABLE HOOil TO LET FUOM
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Fort. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
yinn head of heef CArrLE. for
4-UU blo in lots to nulU
K3-tf Kiilmkn, Kau, Hawaii.
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r Hound. Apply to
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4000 tons, is due on or about
And uill havo immediMo dlupatch for
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Hiip,u uppty to
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1 either whito or nativo who nro willinir
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lue the unilcrxlKiiciI will be pUcul In the
ha.i.U ..r nn Attorney for col cello n lr not
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