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EVENING BULLETIN, N0VEM13EU 1-1. 1895
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Local newB will bo found on tho
insido pages of tho Bulletin.
Only ono arrest Inst night, n
Thoro wero but fivo oftbiulers
boforo Judgo Perry this morning.
A lnrgo shnrk wus soon playing
off tho Hoaltmi Boat Houso Tucs
l day evening.
I The grounds of St. Androw's
' cathedral are now closed to tho
Company D. mot Inst night and
and was drilled by Lieutonant
Tho libol suit against Okita.tho
Japanese editor, has boon again
postponed to tho 19th.
Tho amended fishing regulations
1 of tho Board of Health appoars in
Tho funeral of James I. Dow-
sott takes placo this afternoon at
y o'clock from Knpalnm.i.
Tho enso of John Emmoluth vs
John Cook in tho District Court
has been postponed until tho after
noon of tho 15th.
Mrs. E. S. Cunhn, Miss Cunlia
and Master Olarcnoo Ounha arc
expected to arrive on tho Austra
( lia tomorrow.
It is about timo the dog-catch-ors
made a fow rounds agiin, us
tho number of canino vagabonds
is rapidly increasing.
Ed. Paris gave a dinner at tho
J Richelieu last night to a uuuibor
of his cycling frionds.Augusboing
tho priiicip.il guest,
Tho supply of draught beer on
hand in somo of tho saloons is
running short, but tho whiskey
still hold out.
The Board of Health held its
usual mooting yesterday and
transacted tho routino business
of reading communications and
ThoY.M. 0. A. orchostw will
practice this owning at 7:30 at tho
usual place, and overy member is
expected to bo on hand and bring
I his music.
Meohanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Torms: 25
and 50 conts per night $1, and
1.25 por week.
Tho second battalion of tho
First Regiment will drill tomor
row ovoning under tho command
of Majoi Jonos. It is composed
of Companios F, D, G, and H.
II. L. Lyons, a compositor em
ployed on tho morning paper,
loft for tho Coast by tho S. G.
Wilder. IIo was loft out by tho
introduction of machines.
Harold Kannha, an habitual
truant, pleadod guilty thoreto
this morning in thoDistiict Court,
nnd Judge Perry sont him to tho
Industrial school for six mouths.
Thomas Cummins; agod 72;
birthplace, Hawaii noi; occupa
tion, capitalist; appoars on tho
pnssonger list of tho S. G. Wildor
to 'Frisco yostorday. Aloha nui
loa, Tom, and a safe return.
The Los Angeles Times says it
looks now as if eventually tho
song would havo to be, "AYo'll
Novor Tako tho Spockot From tho
Door," for there won't bo any
Mr. Yatman will hold a special
mooting for llawaiians atKauma-
kapili church this evening at 7
o'clock. Hov. H. II. Parker will
intorpret what ho says iuto Ha
Prof. King, tho celebrated horso
trainer, oamo over from Maui on
tho lost Claudine. Tho professor
has boon away for throo yoars and
trained all tho animals on tho
other islands, including moon
gooses and cano rats.
During tho rocont opidomio of
cholera in Shanghai, tho magis
tral being very sorry to hoar of
tho continual death of his pooplo
by cholera, wont to the city tom
plo to pray for peaco. Ho burned
a petition to the god bogging for
morcy to tho pooplo.
Dr. Mooro tho dontist has re
covered his caso of instruments,
whioh wero lost overboard from
the W. G. Hall through tho caro
lcssness of ono of tho omployos
of that vossol. Tho instruments
woro considerably damaged but
can bo cleaned so as to bo used
again. Nativo divers woro em
ployed by tho steamship company
and brought tho instruments up.
Highest of all in Lonvoniug Power.
Goorga A. Davis is now a f nil
Hedged notary public.
Tho Monowai has a big ship
ment of Innnnns awaiting her.
It rained hard elovcn days out
of tho twolvo that tho Uonuiiigtnn
wob in Ililo.
Tho bind will play time
now piccos at tho Thom.i'u scpiaro
concert this afternoon.
CoIoupI McLoan mndo uu ofli
cinl cnll on tho now Japmeso
Chung See Cheng's examination
by Judgo Perry for perjury takes
placo tomorrow morning.
A magic Inntorn show will bo
i.no of the attractions of thu Hos
pital Flouor Mission's ontortain
mont. Tho piogram of events for tho
racing at Kapiolani Park on
New Year's day appears in another
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
office Cottogo No. 100, Aluisoa
street, telupliono o. 015 Ollico
houis 9 a.m. to -1 p.m.
AY. W. Dimond has temporarily
rentod tho Forstor pwimisus for
tho ntlo of Christmus glassware
and crockery, his new stoioroom
not boing ready.
Hov. Mr. Yatman will discourse
on "Paul" this evening at tho Y.
M. C. A. hall. Thoro was a good
nltondanco last night when ho
took "Daniel" for his subject.
Subscribers not rocoiving their
papers legularly will confer a fa
vor by notifying tho business
oflico at onco, so that tho matter
may bo inquirod iuto and
The Board of Health has con
solidated tho AYaianao and Ewa
districts into ono, and offered the
appointment of government phy
sician thoreat to Dr. Potorsou at
f80 por month.
A mooting of the Choral society
will be hold this ovening at 7:30
o'clock in tho lecturo room of
Central Union Church, for tho
purpose of organizing for tho
coming year. A full attondanco
of members is dosirablo.
Tho Berctania Tonnis Club bog
to thank all those who so kindly
assisted at tho concert given by
tho Club, tho success of which
was duo to Mr. "VYray Taylor, who
was fortunate in Becuriiic such
good local talont.
Tho final plans of tho Nuuanu
stroaui improvements havo boen
completed, and tako in moro of
tho St. Louis college propeity than
was at first intendod. Tho noxt
thing is to call a jury to roport
thorcon, which will bo dono
C. D. Donnys has ongnged to
supply tho audiencos at the baud
concorts with programs. They
will bo nicoly gotton up and dis
tributed at oach concert. They
aro in four pogo pamphlet form
and tho spaco not used for pro
gram will bo usod for advertising.
Wait and seo tho fino importod
Pattern, Hats and Bonnets, that
nro expected on tho Australia for
N. S. Sachs; thoy will bo
Tho card of Dr. R. I. Mooro,
tho popular dontist, appears in
today's issuo. Dr. Mooro 1ms
just returnod from a vory suc
cessful four months' trip to tho
other islands. Ho has roopoued
liis oflico on flotol stroot in tho
Arlington cottago, No. 92.
Hoo Kong got into a pilikia this
morning by getting up too oarly
and taking a drive about daylight.
Policoman Kaili arrestod him for
driving without a light, but ad
mitted that it was aftor a quartor
past five. Both tho dofondant and
his employor swore that it was
daylight wlion ho was arrostod,
und Judgo Porry dischargo him
Maid of Hawaii, ero wo iart
(live mo back, nol not my heart
Hut that shining diamond rlnir,
Bracelet, eardrop, cverjtlilug
That I bought and pivo to jou,
When our summer lovo was new.
Gho them back, and I will lilt,
lrind another whom the 'II lit,
Whllo In Ilrowii ,t Kuboj's stoic
Yob can buy a few dozen wore.
Latest U.S. Gov't Iloport.
Tho American consulate sports
a now ilag.
J. L. Cartor w.is one of tho
passongors to tho Co.i3t by tin S.
Tho now storo fronts for tho
Hollistor Drug Company and
Lewis it Co will bo complot d in
a day oi two.
Thomas Iroue, proprietor of
tho Arlington, loft ,n tho S.N.
Castlo today, as tho BULLlvm
said lie would two weoks ago.
Wona Look , the Chinese inur-
doror, has beon sent nvor to Oulm
Prison, where ho in clusolv wtch-
cd by Jailor Low and hisdoputies.
Many of tiio boys havo beon
putting in a good deal of (heir
time this morning telling how the
bicyclo race ought to havo Ivon
On Sunday afternoou at !
o'clock llov. Mr. ratman will
speak at Y. M. C. A. hall on
"Tho Foity Wrcstlors." Thoro
will bo special singing in connec
tion with this mooting.
Attonti'in is cullod to the vory
dangerous condition of an oloctrie
light polo, opposito tho lower
gate of the High school on Emma
street. It has rotted away at tho
base so that only an inch or so of
it is left. If it is not roplaced
Eomo ono will get hurt shortly.
As tho S N. Casth was being
pulled out in tho stream from her
berth at Oceanic dock this morning,
hor stem s ung round and came in
contact with tho wharf, straslnng
hor dingy anil tearing away somo
of the woodwork. Tho vodsol went
on her way as though nothing had
71m. Itcniicr WltliilriiWH.
Tho following was loceived at
tho oflico at 1 p. in. today:
The EvnxiNo UoLurrix: You
will obligo mo by withdrawing
niv itnmn Vnm tlio bievnlii pnntit
my name 110m tno uicjoiooonust
(tit conducted by your
Honolulu, NToV. 13th, 1895.
Itcply of a Skipper lo n Llbol Jury
Cuptiin Larsen of tho bark Don 1
Adolfo has mndo answor to the
libel against the vessel by some
of tho crew. He asserts that the 1
men aro articled for two years, '
which havo not yet oxpired; also!
charges ono of them with dosor-'
tiou at Newcastle, and two of thoni
with having allowed two stowa
ways to como on board at l'ort
Blakoly. Noumanii is proctor tv
libollauts, and Hartwell and
Thurston aio attornoys for
v. i' . Alien nas nioct ins nc
count and askod for discharge as
administrator of tho estate of
William A. Aldrioh. IIo recoivod
$400 00 and paid $144 00.
Bishop & Co. havo brought a
hill to foreoloso mortgngo for
$00,223.50 against Cooil Jlrown,
administrator and trustco of tho
will of tho lato Wnltor Jliuray
Gibson, Talula Lucy Ilaysolden
and Fiedorick II. Ilaysolden
Tlio proporty nwrtgagod is tho
largo slicop ranch on Lanai. A
petition to havo a rocnivor ap
pointed is ponding.
Jack Kano was acquitted of
common nuisnnco in kooping a
forocious dog by tho nutivo jury.
Niau Mitcholl was on trial yoa
torday by a nativo jury for
honso-bseakiiig. Cartor for tho
Ropublic, and Thurston and lau
lukou for defendant.
If you feol out of sorts, call at
iho Critorion and try our refresh
ing Seattlo 13eer on draught.
W. U. WINCHESTER,
HARNESS MAKER AND SADDLER
Our Motto is :
"Tako Pains and Hoop Customers."
11.') Dctliol St,, between King ami Hotel,
AT KAl'lOI.A.M l'AIKv.
IroBrin ufXtciitN fur thu Now Yciir'n
Chnrlos David lias arranged
tho following list of ovonts for tho
proposed races at Kapiolani Park
ufl January 1st, 1896:
1st. Gmilo bicyclo rnco. Prizo:
E. O Hall trophy. Froo-for-all.
2d. Half-mile bicyclo race (ju
vonilo). Prizo: not docidtd. Open
to all non-winners under 10 yeurs.
3d. Bicycle race. Prize: not
dccidod. Arrangoinonts to bo
lth. Running l'uce. Prize: $100
purse. Ono hall' miloiuid repeat.
Weight for age.
oth. Trotting race. Prize: $100
puisc. 3-iiiinuto class, niilo beats,
best two in throo. For Hawaiian
Oth. Tiotting race. Prize: i'rlOO
puro. 2:10 class, ono imlo ho its,
best two in three. Froo-for-all.
7th Ono tuilo novelty running
race. Prize: $100 purbo Free-
for-all; first horso re idling tho
quartor to rccoivo 2o; first hoiso
rcacning ino nan, to rccoivo vzo;
horso ro.ichiug tho thrco-
quarlor, to rccoivo $25; first h
le. icliing homo to recoive $25.
I IVj, iVl Pi
ii llino. Ynlo'd itif.illiblo euro of Frooklcs,
Tun inul Sunburn. It is tho only roiucily
over comnounrtou1 that will reiuoo frecUlea
complotoly nml surely.
llio inner nml mora ilclicnto tlio Akin,
tlio moro likely it 1h to frccklo nml
worHe it will look nfler it in freckled.
lliousnuilnol women, othtrwlo beautiful,
,ii,iiCH,01i by thehu uusiuuilv. brown
blotclicH. Xothiiig will hiilo them. Tliey
nro a wiurcc oi nii"ory, nut tuey can uo cureu .
Lu Freckl.i in tlio cleatli-warrnnt to freckles.
Thu ircuirntiou of L.i l'rcckln Is ono of
Jliae. inlo'n Tentedt acliievcmciitH.
Thcro nro many imitntious, somo of tliem
ery tlanoroiis ami liuttful to tlio skin;
nnuo of tliem really cfluctiro. l'or safely
nml certninty, insist nlwnyH on fiottiug tho
gouuino nml originnl La Freckln.
1'riec $1 nt ilrug ntores, or by wnil.
MMK. M. YALi:. Health nuil llenuty
Specialist, 1 10 Stato St , Chicago, llenuty
(iiiido. miiilcil free.
iiointox Diiua cC,
R. I. MOORE, D.D.S.,
On ick Hocus: 0 A. m. to .') r. M.
No. DO Hotel St., Honolulu, II. I.
'MewYeaificeg . . ,
KAPIOLANI -:- PARK
January 1, 1BBB.
1st llicu-l.r It ice; i: O Hall Trophy.
2d Diitci.k Rw Ono-lialf luilo Juvcnilo.
Open to nil non-winners under 10
.'Id Ilmn.h Raci.; Prio not ileciileii. Ar-
raiigeiiieut to boiuiulo Inter.
Hu-Res'MMi Rck; l'ruo $100 Purso.
One-half tuilo uud repeat. Weight
nth-TiiOTTi.so Rut; Prize 100 Purso. 3
minuto class; uiilo heats, host t! in 3.
Kor Hawaiian broil horses.
Gth-TnoTTiNo Race; l'rizo $100 l'urfco.
2:10 class; 1 luilo heats, best 2 in 3.
Free for ull
7tli-0.s. Mh.k Novni.TV Rcnmmi Rck;
l'rizo $100. I'rooforall. First horso
reaching tlio quarter to receive $2.").
Fint horso reuchiug the half to re.
ceno$2.'i Firnt horso roaching the
threo-iiunrter to receive $25. First
horso reaching homo to rccon o ?'-'"
Tliiaraeo will bo of special interest as it
will allow mlmittanco of both long and short
Entranco foo to trotting and running
races to bo ton (10) per cent of tho amount
of tho purses.
gjV For further information address
P. O.Roi 177, Mnungor.
UP TO DATE
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Ladies' Silk Waist Patterns
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Jet Fronts and Spangled Front!?.
These aro entirely now and make a rich waist trimming.
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Just oponed a full and comploto nssortmont of the
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Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
AH Goods dclivoroil promntly. Civility nml every attention giton to customcra nt
COWAN'S CASH STORE.
AI.MA COTTAOr., AT WAIKIKI, IS TO
Let, furnlilicil, together with a beach lot.
Stable Room To Let.
r'INE 8TAHLE ItOOM TO I.UT TKOJI
F I to 3 stalls.
STOllU TO LET, KING STKEfc.
l'ort. Apply to
head or ni'xr cattle.
snlo in lots to suit.
Kahukn, Kan, Hawaii.
riNH HLACK HORSE, PERFECTLY
sound. Apply to
A largo flock, enough for everybody.
Placo orders early to insure largeit birdi.
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