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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 11, 1895.
Till". JAl'AXENi: CASES.
Yniiiniiuiln cnlcnrril In Three month
on tlio Itccf.
In tlio District Court on Satur
day morning tlio Japanese riot
cases were brought up.
Mori tu iiltd n bond in tlio sum
of $250, conditioned that ho will
not commit tlio ollbuso of buing u
disorderly person by reason of his
buing a disturber of tbo pence,
within one yo.ir from November
lth, Miid w.i 8 discharged.
Yamamoto, whose tria' on I ho
7tii was not concluded, was then
brought up and his attorneys in
troduced several witnesses for the
Yoneda, a J.ipinose ni.idun
who lived in tbo no ghborliood f
Kaumakupili, testilUd that she
mw tlio rumpus and saw the po
lice beating the defendant with u
call). tShe saw him beatou over
the head and kicked. There were
five or six police present. She
could not identify the police.
After lie was beatou by the police
the defendant went homo, lie
Iniil no wo.ipuii or stick of any
kind. She saw tlio occurrence
from her lesidence on Smith
stieet. On cross - examination
she could not say that the row
stnrtod from drinking too much
siiki or not, but admitted that
everybody was indulging freely in
that intoxicating bever.ige and
that six policemen a l rested too
Kimoshitii, who also lives on ,
Smith street, told ii dllerent j
story. Ho said ho saw the de-
fondant during the row audsiwl
the defendant struck on the head
by a pulicemau, who told him to
go home. After the policeniiii
left two natives got hold ol the
defendant, kuockod him down and
kicked him and struck him with
tbo sticks. He was twenty yards
away nod could soe that the de
fendant had nothing in bis hands.
On cross-txamiuution the witness
said this occurred fifteen minutes
after tbo row wus over and tlio
crowd had dispersed. The two
natives who did the boating wore
In his own behalf tbo defend
ant swore that ho was walking
quietly along tho stroet, wheu ho
was stiuck on tho face and knock
ed down by some one who told
bun to go borne. When he got
up five or six policomon twisted
his arm behind his buck and hit
was stiuck on the head, car and
face and Ins clothing torn, iiio
policeman who beat him was the (
second witness agiinst him; a short
half-1'oitug icse. It is not true
that ho struck him on thoarin with
u stick first, lie was alone when 1
he was assaulted and kne notd- I
ing about the row in progress. Ho
said on cioss-examinatiou that j
he was going to a carpenter shop i
to soe about woik, but admitted
that the shop wus not open at
51:30 P. m. Ho was positive it was
tho polico who first htruck bun .
The defendant was found guilty
by Judge IVny and sonteiiced to I
threo mouths' impris turnout at j
hard labor with costs. An appeal
"being l.ikoli to the CirOuit Couit i
His Honor fixed his b.iil at 300, .
Seattlolieer is it mild and reficsh
ing drink, it will CVOtito flesh
and generally improve tho systMn.
On draught at Critorion.
Mechanics' ILnne, corner Hotel
uud No mum streets, lodging by
d.ty, week or month. Tonus: 26
ami 50 conta por night' $1, and
?1 25 por week.
will tell yon
it la the
FOH BALK J5Y THK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Antat for the Hawaiian Inlands.
20 lbs. m
Ltllie May Jlutitley
Born a Genius
Dlsonso Throatons to Cut
Short a Noblo Cnroor
But Hood's Snrsnpnrllln Rostoroa
Llllle Hajr Rentier I) an accomplished !ocn-
tlonlst and natural torn irieaker ol only tt year
of aje. Slio Is the only child temperance UcV
urer before the public. Her eenlus, howeTer,
did not exempt her from an attack of & disease
of the blood. Her on n words best tell the itoryi
, " C. I. Hood it Co., Lowell, Mass.i
" I heartily Join with tho many thousands thai
I r.re recommending Hood's Rarsaparllla, I had
heen troubled from Infancy with natherlncs In
Iiio head. 1 wan compelled to liavo school upon
t ii doctor's aiUler. llo thought It was the only
thing to invo my life, but I . '
Contlnuod to Crow Worse.
I was persuaded finally by a friend to try Hood's
Earsaparllla. The uso of one bottle acted ef-
' Hood's8 Cures
fectltely upon the blood and I began to lmprore.
After tho use of three bottles the gathering
"eased and I am cured of my former trouble. I
owe my life nml III nlwajs remain n truo friend
V "'S'1 biimiKirlllii." Lillik May Uent
i.uv, Sliel'.iyUllo, Indiana. Get HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
eul.dentl . on the liver and bowels. 230.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Acontfl for tho Itepublio of Hawaii.
FOKT AND HOTEL STS.
GeadmiuTtcrs Eiilerorisc Brew Co'
Lnrgoat Consignment of Beer
that over arrivod horo, now
J. DODI). 1'rop'i
Central JVIeat JVEaset
Loto's Building, Nnniiun St.
A FIKST CLASS Markot in every
Onion delivered promptly to all parts of
WEBT11ROOK &. GAHES
gjB Telepliono lot. 12!)-tf.
You throw away dollars evory
year in broken lamp chimneys
Bolter ptop it now whilo you can
get a preparation that will prevent
a chimney from broaking whim
put on wet. I'rof. Humholt's tinti
exnlomvo compound will do this
and will prevent tho explosion of
korosisiie oil and gasolino. We
tiro solo ngenti for this propara
tionas well as for the iNew Ideal
Hewing Machino, tho equal to any
high priced article and wo sell it
for MC and Silo with attachments.
lfioOO feet of mouldings for picture
frames just received by the
'Albert;" also oval and circular
frames, something now and ele
gant. The Pacific Hardware Co,
l.O Comment U nnneccBsay.
Tlio Bus man will send
busses to private residen
ces for passengers to Wni
kiki without extrn chni'iro;
pnvate parties can be ac
commodated at reduced
rates, but remember this,
that a bus or wagonetto
will call at your private
residence and take you to
Waikiki and brin j'ou
back at the regular street
KlMI AMI NlT'ANl; SlIlEhTS. I
( n BUILDING DUHNED KKOKNTIiY
in Mllwniikee, without Insurance,
IwcaUKO n clerk TOltUOT to renew certain
polidcH promptly ns instructed.
"He was discharged.
"A few days later, tlio owner died without
iiiHitrnuce on his life, leaving n widow mid
three young children in poverty, bemuse
ho hud NEGLECTED to insure. As procrast.
inatiotj h tnoiu cnljinblo than forgctfulnehs
perhaps tho owner is having his punish
"MOltAL 1 Consultation and offlco treat
ment free. Special attentiuu given to pro
crastiuatore." INSDIIK YOUn LIFK IN
The Fquitablo Life Assurance Society
of the United States.
Bruce cartwnght, j
General Malinger for tlio Hawaiian Islands: .
128 .t 130 FOKT STKEET.
BlacUluDgiiiAll Its BrancHes.
IV. W. WKIMHT, lMopnotor.
(Successor to O. West.)
C. B. DWIGHT,
Doch all kinds of Work iu
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
llo lins on hand n largo supply of
Chincso Grnnito Curb nud alwavs keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given nnl lowea prices assured. Tele
At'WAtKIKl ou car lino and on PA
LAMA HOAD near Fertilizing
These lots aro VeryJCheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirablo Acre Tracts near tlio city and
othor Properties for sale.
BRUCE, -WAKING CO.,
Dealers in Lots nud Lands,
1-tf 503 Fort Street, near King
P. O. Box 321.
Jose Do Espirito Santo,
Guitar ) Maker.
Taro-Patch and Ukulele Guitar?
Mndu of Ilnwaiiau Woods.
130 Port Sluet Opposite Club Stabltc
THE STANDARD STALLION
Ire of Cri'iilr, -'Ki KiikIi1
2:1i; Apex, 2:-Jili Tnuivll
siren of u im.l Is iliiuis it( 70
WiiU'ii 2 27'j; Chlco, .' 21,
mill tif the (bunt, of llrlllhtii'
'IIAII'IK Until. 2'2S 1-1 -
limn n( I'lltM, 2:2i: ilaiii
el licet, 2:lai fcit lint,
i'.j'i; nml ilniiiK of Miinniu
l'llncc. j-i'i: I'Klron', a.Wi
Pniu I'rnii 111, a:j''4: H""'
ilule 111, i-ji; (lolilii, a'll;
IIIMM, a jlh: ti,"lt, """
rill., Sid licet, a'.J,l
Fleet a 1SJ,-
Hum of Greole.'J
Dimi nf Atti-x, i.rf; Hn
lliiir, lro cf 1 1" 'W itty,
ilaiii nf j III ' p; 1'Hice,
uuru oi ltcoic, 2.15
Crfoi f. is the gaincM, fafctest and best
iitci the Hawaiian IbluiitlH. Ho reilnced
Cal., AuLast2t, 81)4. (lUtancmu Ida nholo llelilln tun nrsi neai, iae:i igum i
L':15 in Stockton, Cal., Kcntt'inbor 2.1, 1SU4, winninc tbe lirHt heat in LilB?, fonrtt
heat iu2:ir, and ilfth heat in l 10J, iirovlaR that ho is a remarkably r.v.io no well
Hsn speedy race horse. ("Creole by Prompter oat of Grace by Hiiccar.eet ehowi
that ho Ib callable of Retting ii mark of 2:10 mid In one of tlio enmest itahloiit e.-ei
this year, mid bcHido. Iwiiik iriuiie, Ih ono f tlio best formed, and remarkably in.
te!lit!mit.!'-;Y'f.ir a ,Sorfini, Kept. 25, 1801 .) Ho is Hi liund hij-.h and oi
powerful build throughout. Ilia color is kIohsv black with one white iliind foot
JHh diHposition is ll that could be desired, and his action BUperb. Ho is a sure
foal Rotter. , ,. . ,,
Tcrmi 50, with usual return privilege. Will mnko iho bouboii nt the
CLUB STABLES CO.
The pleasantost, quietest,
shadiest and most porfectly ap
pointed soaside rosort on tho
Islands. It is only four miles
from tho hoart of tho city and
within oasy reach of tho trnmcnrs,
which run every twenty minutes
or oftenor. Hlogantly furnished
(lotiichtd cottngos or rooms nro
obtainable on oasy terms. Tho
tu bio is suporior to that of any of
tho aity hotels and all tho modern
conveniences aro provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in advance
Tho bathing facilities of Sans
Souci aro suporior to those of any
lilnceon tho beach. 89-tf
Our Stock ot Summer Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tlio finest on tlio
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
aro moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287
H. G- BIART.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry raado to order,
Souvenir Spoons, Gold wiro
jT Island ordots solicitod.
P. O. Box 35r;ntC. Gortz's storo.
Fort Street. G2-I
LYCURGUS LODGING HOUSK
TOUKI8T8 AND OT1IKH3 VISITING
IIllo can llml tultaMe lionnl and loilgiiii; by
calling on JOHN I.YCUItdUS.
In cDiiiieclion w lth the nboru lie can supply
KorclKii and Domestic Fruits,
Clears nml Tobacco,
Cool Drinks, etc.
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwino Ma-
RIII.VKS and E.MIlItOII)EItY WoitK
at tho World's Fair, Chicaco, 111.,
he n g tho largest niimbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than don'!e tho niimbor
"von to all other Sewing Ma
chines B. BunoKitso.v.
mvltl tf Uolhol st.. Honolulu.
Record, 2:21 1-2.
f Hi uk Hull (l'mcli'ii )
S ri'iifiitiiruitnnu.'J'll.1!, I
Zen 11,2 17'4; licn.li', .'-IT1!,; Icim.EN
timl tt lllc U'itlls. .11
Mrcuf2 In list mill iliimi
of 'J trotter nml 2 iituri
of l'nilrie lllrd
IMS A CIIIH' Jrf-
llU of A 111 J.IO
a - nr -
Mre of linn, 2:k: Y.m
pcchi, 2 i'.iI; nml liiitns of V
bred stallion that law tycr bei-n hmioil
his record of L'-'iO to ".MS in letoliimn,
While Brothers' Cement,
Corrugated Iron Roofing,
Galvanized Water Pipe
Paints and Oils.
Roche Harbor Lime,
C. tt- C. Fine Flour,
Hay, Grain, and Groceries,
Hardware and Cutlery,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
Matlo of tbo Finest and Most Dolicately Flavored Tobacco.
For ualo by nil Druggists aud Cigar Dcalcra.
II. ,T. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT AM, HOOItS.
THK FINEST HltANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on band.
Estimates givdn for bouse wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a epooiulty.
l. o. JOJJES.
E. A. JONEB
HAVE FOH SALE
A Few Shares of
Pain Stitfar Stock,
Hawaiian Suirar Co. Stoclc.
Hawaiian Government and list
Iortfra; Suar JMiinta-
t3 For particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Snfo Deposit &
408 rnrt Stre.t
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Agonts for Hawaiian Islands.
A Good Fertilizer
To Suit the Times
At S."0 per ton of COOOJIbs.
Anuljzi'il ns follows:
10 per ooiit. I'liosplmiio Acid, j soluble
liptr L'int. l'oliifcli (actual).
H por cinl Ammonia.
IU per ii-ut. I.lmc (Ciirboiiati').
ANY SPECIAL l'OHMULA 3IADE TO
A F. COOKE,
117-tf HAWAIIAN' I-EKTII.IZINT. CO.
Horizontal "lido Vulvo En
gino mado by Honolulu Iron
Works Co. in 1885. Boro of
Cylinder l.'J" : Lenth of Stroke
40': Crank Shaft 0,1 loft of
Cylinder: Hand ltevorsing Gear.
Diniuoior of 1'ly-w lieel Lift.: Sizo
of Lngine Bed 3 foot wide x 20ft.
For further particulars apply to
Theo. H. Davies'fe Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, nawitiian Islands
Principal Parts of the World,
Transact a General Banking?
8. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corimr KlnB A Nunmu Htrrnt., Honolulu
Cholco Liquors nud Pino Boor.