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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 20. 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tho Board of Health will meet
today nt 3 o'clock.
Company B had a meeting after
tho drill ltisl night and elected
two uow niombors.
Lidii'B day at Pacific Tennis
courta, which aro open throughout
Tho Hnwniiuu Medical Society
will meet this evoning nt tho
homo of Dr. McGrow.
Qodftoy llkodcs has taken ono
of tho Hall cottages on Nuuanu
Messrs. C. M. Cooko and J. B.
Atherton aro expected on tho Ma
Hawaiian studonts at Yale Uni
versity aro Riving a good account
An additional forco of mon was
put lo work on tho new Punchbowl
Merit will tell, and that is the
roason tho Bulletin's Mibucrip
tion list is piling up so fast.
W. It. Castle's resignation
na Minister to Wasliiugton lias
been received ut tlio Foreign
News arrived on tho lwalnni
this morning that Mrs. S. V.
Wilcox of hi hue, Kaimi, is sori
Jim Quinn has a liorso in train
ing for tho raws on Juuuary 1st,
and may surprise somo of tho ex
ports. l'acific Lodge of Freo and Ac
costed Masons will hold a special
meeting tins evouiug for work iu
tho thud degree.
Colnnol Spalding writes oncour
ngingly of ciblo prospects. Under
the circumstances he could hard
ly do otherwise.
Tho general sentiment seems lo
bo that road races in this city aro
unsatisfactory, aliko to contest
ants and the public.
Miss Ethel Mossmaii of tho Ka
hului school loaves on tho Aus
tralia today for a month's visit to
Morchnndiso of tho Pacific
Trading Company, bankrupt, is
boing inventoried and arranged for
Owing to nocossary ropnirs to
its press tho BULLETIN has been a
little late tho past two days, but
everything is all shipahnpo uow.
A hoilor explosion in tho De
troit Journal building on tho u'tli
inst. ciusod tho doath of eighteen
persons and injury tomany others.
Dr. Borrio, late of tho Belgic,
who is now in San Francisco do
nios positivoly that that vossol
brought tho oholora to Honolulu.
Tho Government will probably
solid an agent to Hongkong lo in
vestigate tho actions of those who
procure Chiueso contract laborers
for theso islands.
Miss Helen "Wilder and Miss
Alice Kimball loavo on tho Aus
tralia for two months' visit to the
home of tho latter in Oakland,
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany will havo something
to say to tho public tomorrow
about the immonso lot of now
goods reooivod by tho Australia.
James F. Morgan will on Satur
day next at 12 noon sell lots ad
jacent to Kapiolani Park, under
foreclosure of a inortgago made
b' tho lato Dr. Goorgo Trous
soau. A recent numbor of tho Call
says tho prosent attitude of tho
champion pugilists is slowly con
vincing tho country that tho do
fcut of Sullivan wasaoruol and un
necessary blow to humanity.
A number of the mombers of
tho Young Hawaiians' Institute
sercnadod Mrs. Mary E. Foster at
her rosidonco last night, tho oc
casion boing that lady's doparturo
on tho Australia today.
Tho Board of Directors of tho
Hawaiian Athletic Association
will moot at Y. M. 0. A. hall at
G:30 this ovening to porfoct ar
rangements for tho football game
on Thunksgiving day. Other at
tractions may be addod.
Managor Dillingham of tho
Oahu railway proffcred tho resi
dents of Pearl City and Ewa a freo
special train to the Yatimui moot
ing and roturn Inst night, and a
large numbor availed ttioinsolvoo
of tho opportunity offered by his
Thoro weio no arrests this
Mrs B. Lambert ltavo3 on tho
Australia this afternoon.
Now is tho time to subscribe
for tho Bulletin.
Brown & Kilbey havo a change
of ad. iu this issuo.
f and Commissioner Brown is
making preparations to go lo Hilo
on tho next Klnnu.
Jim Dodd has refitted his jaunt
ing car mid will givo moonlight
drives to his friends..
A petition . asking for olomency
for tho remaining political pris
oners is being circulated by Clias.
Miss King says that lonrning to
ride her now LYm.ktin bicyclo is
not so easy as her friends lid her
to bolievo it would bo.
Tho bind will play at tho Exe
cutive building this afternoon
immediately nl'tor tho doparturo
of tho Australia.
Iopa, n nativo, wan couvicted of
vagrancy by Judgo Wilcox yentor-
day afternoon and sentenced to
six months at hard lnbir with ?-'
S. Louo was finod $100 and
costs this morning by Judgo Per
rv for (cllini? linnor witliniit. n
license, to which ofloncobo pload -
Pau Aki ploulod guilty in
Judgo Perry's court this morning
-.-.... .K..4....1 wiuhi ii a iiceii8o.ii.Ul, J. M.Tracy, M. N. Kcn-
.,(.,,.., ., 1...1 i-ii i ....
by tho prosecution
Judgo Perry roturnod from his
M 1 1.1.. ' f 1. .
wuniuur.iuiu rain ion on ine
other side of tho pali yesterday.
According lo coast advices tho
U. S. S. Boston wns to havo gono
into commission again yosterday.
Sho is likely to bo ordered to
China and to call hero on her
Thomas Hum Wnlkor was una-
nimously olected synodsman of
tho second congrog.itiou of St An-
urow's Uathtdnil last night to fill
tho vnemey caused by the death of
Tho stamod glass windows, now
nearly all placed in tho Christian
church, aro in pretty dosigns.
Upon the window boh i ml tho plat
form thoro is an opon Holy
Workmon are ong.iged in fitting
up wiu niuio uu xori sirooi, lor
morly occupiod by Foster's har
ness shop, for W. W. Dimond's
display of Christmas crockory and
glasswaro. Eloctnc lights wero
being put in this morning.
Leo Ko's trial for having
opium in possoasion hns been set
for tho 23d. In tho moantimo
the dofondant is out on $100 cash
bail. The same disposition of tho
oases of Ah Wa and Ah Kwai for
tho samo oflonso has also boen
Tho caso of Juno Davis, charg
ed with breaking into tho room of
Palo Alapni with tho iutontion of
committing a folouious assault,
was partly heard by Judgo Wilcox
yesterday uftornoon and will be
ooncludod this ufternoon.
Mr. Yatman will spoak to na
tives ut Kawaiahao church nt 7
O'clock this evnninfr. his rnm.irl-a '
u....Hu irnj. loiiuiiuu iroin nisi ij-iv,,,,.,,,. t ,..,:.,. r v r
rip to Kanooho yesterday and w S, ' - r'- , ' ,Gr.ac"-
n.loi.s tho roadsery nildy. ut ,0!" 'l0 ,M,,,,Uto8 'Pl
Joiisidoiublo rain foil on the I" A?;.Iu txlTt!?A J veil let
being translated into Hawaiian I ' "'; ,l,U,Cf VV over n
byllev. H. H. Parker. Mr. Yat-:,0:0'"1'1!,8, ,od. b' Al"u"Han 8C1UU
man will afterwards hold services ' 8t8,; i"7 boK11" lu l1' '.l Prty
at the Methodist church in the wo,kf'"K lr,ou' th" Atlantic and
hall over Tracy's store. . ono from tho Pucifio. Ti.o first
. ,. ' , lreat western quudnlutoral, one
An old nutivo, who is paralyzed of tho largest over dotonniind.ian
in ono arm and carries nowspapers I from Mt. Diablo to Bound Top
on horsoback f.r a living, had his thonco to St. Holeua and Mount
leg broken yostorday aftoruoon Lola, tho long side boing about
whiloon his rounds on School , 1U5 milos. This is knowi as tho
street. Ho was on horseback and Davidson holiographic dotormina
ohuras that a suddon turn of tho tiou. When this work was in pro
horso broko his leg and throw , gress the helioscopers on Bound
him to tho ground. Top used to flunk tho sunlight to
Tho charge of selling awa root' tn.080 ou ''Moi distanco of 105
without a liconso placed against I m''0H "ro sunriso ut tho
J.W. Kuikainahaoloyosterduy waslwostoru "'ouMuiu, so that tho
dismissod in tho District Court HUU'H niy8 to'd tuo'r story to tho
this morning. Ho was then I wostorn pirty while they woro
ohargod with soiling liquor with- Bt'n evolojod in tho darknoss of
out a liconso during tho hist1 oarly morning.
throo weeks, to whioh lie plonded
sentenco was sus-
Tho Japanoso thoator is about
to bo reorganized according to tho
idoas of the Erapros.s, who takes a
spooial intorost in inusio and tlio
drama, Sho has authorized womon
to uppear on the stage, whioh un
iu now uas uoon lorliiaaon.
JWIIIHUBB In IIIHU CUUBIIK HUrOPO-
works to ho translated into I
i.' .... i ...... . .
Highest of all iu Lenvouiug Bower. Latest U.S. Gov't llojort.
Tho steamer J A Cummins was
telephoned at 2 p.m.
W 0 Hammond, American, hns
taken the onth to tho constitu
tion. Miss Axtell is organizing hor
singing class at tho Punahou
Preparatory school this after
noon. Tho class is for anyono
who wishes loj.iio.
Tho Hospital Flower Mission
ontoitainment, which uis to havo
boon held at tho residence of Mis.
Sw.uizy, will take place at Inde
pendence Park instead. Next
Tuosdav I'vonintr, November i'Ot'i,
is thodato sot.
A. B. Proita wns tried beforo
!,luS Mngoon, by the followii g
I jury this morning on tho charge
j t,f malicious injury, third degreo:
' Jas. Mclnerny, C. L. Bnwn, C. S.
" f L"11lt(Vl lit
IS: II. Wodohousc, A. Harrison, J.
ot guilty, throo dissonting. Do-
foudant'sciunsel noted an tipped .
Tim oil' nso was alleged to have
beon in filling with earth a w.itor
closet belonging to Thomas Nott.
Tliedofenso was that theclosetwas
close on the lino fence and had
caved in, cnusing a dance rous
?!"''' "n tlofo''dant'3 pioporty.
a l !uo, f"r prosecution;
iouniann lor ieiuiil.int.
The c.ise of J. Kukona, oharg"d
with larcony third degreo, was
strickon oil' tho calendar on testi
mony tiled that defondant had
died in tho Queon's Hospital.
In tho caso of Wong Wa Koy
and others vs. Kaili Kakoi and
olhors, Judgo Whiting has ap
pointed Henry Smith, Clork of
tho Judiciary, us coniiq'issionor to
partition tho land. Anela Kakoi,
ono of the defendants, n minor,
potitions for tho appointment of
A. G. M. ltobortson as hor
gunrdinu in pluco of J. K. Kau
lia. a ;iti:,T :i:oii:ti: miuviiy.
Tlio IlWlnuuo Vruiu Ocouii ! (Irani
Klcuauri'il Willi Ircclnluu.
Cuptiiin Rodgers of tho Const
and Goodotio Survey has received
word that tho Government geo
dists, who havo beon for twonty
four years survoyiug a lino from
Capo May to Point Arena, have
at last met on the summit of On
compahgre in Southwestern Col
orado, whoro thoy havo joined the
mathematical lines which will ac
curately determiuo tho 3'Jth do
greo of latitude.
111. . m ..
V1,H. 1S. 0UU 0l "'U most 1111-
'1'1'oro has uovor boforo been a
inoasuiomont of verv uroat mutho.
niutical importnuco along tlio 39th
lino of latitude, and when tho
data and maps are all dotorminod,
which will bo a laborious work,
tho exact distance 1'ioin thotAluu
tio to tho Pucifio along this lino
will bo fixed with niioroscopio ac
curacy. TIiih will uivti a mora
acuiirato dotoriniiiution than is
....... I.. i.. f.i ji in
nZnil "ihH ""'"
ltv tiii: ahmhai.h.
Oomplpto I. lot ill' I'lmicnscri I r (lie
The following are booked at tho
office of W. G. Irwin it- Co, to
loavo on tho Aui-tnilia this after
noon: Cibin Mrs Victoria Ward, tho
Misses Ward (2, Father Noel, S
M Ballon, Miss Helen Wildei,
Miss A Kimball, Mis.l Kirkland,
Miss H I. Arnold, Mrs Til Foster,
Mis J K Dnrkott .:d Mrs B
SleoiMge Mrs C Boeseh and
tlneo cjiildren, G O Waruor, Hon
Tjing Sing, L M Camaru, Y Na
Inidu. II 1J Koen, P Wieniaiisand
E J Burns.
I'on i:.rci!iiri: ci.miiiM'Y.
Icllll:i Inrl'Hrclon ofclir llcniiilnlii
Charles B. Wi'son is circulat
ing n petition asking for a pirdon
for tho political prisonnrs yet 10
maining in tin- Oahu penitentiary.
If a full pardon cannot b" gruntcdi
tho ietitH)iiers ask tint tho pris
oners bo roloased on parol. Mr.
Wilson informed a P.ur.i.irriN rep
reseiitutivo today, that ho had tho
ii'imos of ovor ono hundred of the
strongest supporters of tho Uo
public already signtd lo the
potition, which is not bo
ing circulated among pronounced
adherents of tho ox-quoon, but
only among prominent advocates
Mr. Wilson is going lo inter
view tho editors of tho various
newspapers this afternoon and
ask them to advocate oxocutivo
cleiuoncy to tho remaining prison
ei s, and says ho can givo thoso
who havo not already dono so
some vory sound masons thorefor.
Noun o( VetoiniiH.
short meoliug of tho intend
ing chnrtor members of tho now
camp of Sons of Votorans was
held last ovening, and it wns do
cidod to send an application for
n charter by today's mail. A fuv
orablo reply is expected by tho
roturn mail, after which prepar
ations wi'l bo mado for tlio im
rnediato institution of the camp.
Tho amount of capital in tiio
book business of tho United Stales
is bolieved to bo double what it
was twenty years ngo.
If you feol out of sorts, call nt
iho Oritorion and trv our rofresh-
tng Seattlo Beor on draught.
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dental
olUco Cottngo No. 100, Aluisoa
street, telephone No. (!15. Oilico
bonis 9 A m. to -1 I-..M.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, wool: or month. Tortus: 25
and CO conts por night' $1, and
?1.2G por week.
SeuUlo Beer is n mild nud refresh
ing drink. It will create llesh
and generally improve tho system.
Ou draught ut Critoriou.
II. Cannon it Co. roceivod por
H. ti. Australia, a full lino of Ico
Houso Fruits; fresh Halibut and
Salmon. Paluma Grocory opp.
Uailroad Dopot; tolephono 755.
City Curriago Co.. J. S. And
rndo, manager. If you want a
hack with gooil uorso nnu caro
ful driver ring up Telophono 113,
(U J.' Oil UUU HiUIUIIllllli
Back at all hours.
A MAN WIIO(UNTIIKAI) UNKXl'IXT
ediy liiioii n iiltvi' of corul ro(l, lilli blb
liiKt Wnlklltl, iitul mil wmi up or maku )
prolauu riiuiirk". nnint uUn be oblc to knock
a moiiiUo oll'bU notu wltbout li!l t lnjr tli.t
iirKiu, be will be rciulri'il to iiuiiluv a Ulrj
I'lu track nml It'll which vsuytbi- ubct'l nt
IrawlliiKi call on llrowu .: Kubi-j ami look
on tin Ir new tlouk Junt rm'lM'il 'r latl
Aiutrallu." 1M U
To eornvrnf Allium I.unu imil I luUl tuU
UP TO DATE
G20, Fort Stroot, .
Ladies' Worsted Suitings!
A YEBY CUOICE ARSOBTMENT OF THE VBKY
latest Di?ss 3Mlaf'2?iais
With TrimuiingH to Match.
Ladies' Silk Waist Patterns
New Designs, and Only Oiip of u Kind,
Jet Fronts and Spangled Fronto.
These are entirely now and make a rich waist trimming.
Buttons! Buttons! Buttons!
Don't Fail to Sop tho Now Style Button,.
tfiyOur stock of
Will arrive on the
iiill THE CHASS HOUSE
Pftlii BATH.NH RESORT
Viww v ; 1 n s,',
Exchisive and Attractive. jJ'i;Q) iFisIllllS'.
Freo Hods and Bait Ftirni.-.iied.
GET OFF THE TRUM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
Telephone 889. EEXB & A2iYEE
DOMT HpITiTE f MOMENT
About the best iil.vo to buy
UK Ft UMBll
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
LOWEST PB ICES.
California : Feed
yinn iikadof nr.ni' cattle, fok
4-UU balo ia lots to suit.
Knliukn, Kuu, Iluwuil.
rixi: lii-ACK noitsi:, rEitt'iXTLY
r BoiniJ. Apply to
151). A. WILLIAMS.
A lnrtjo flock, 1'iiounh for oreryloily.
I'lacu (irdera early to liuuie Ur);cit.blrd.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
- - . -
Austral !:i ihii w-i-k.
AI.MA COITAHK, AT WAIK1KI, IS TO
I.el, fiirnUlieJ, toj;i'iliiT with a livncli lot.
SToitu 'io m: r, Ktxo .s'nti:r;r neau
lull. Apiily to
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
IHT.INO MV VllSI'.NCK l'HOM TIIK ItE
publif of Ilawnll. C'linnir Jack Kuu lll liavo
cb.irm- iiiiiUt 1'oHcr of Attorni'V of oil the
biilnc nno" allalrs of Hit- linn of'WIii" .Mow
WISH MOW CIIAN.
I)alnl Honolulu, Nov. II, S'j.',. 15T.'.'w
Election of Officers.
AT Till". ANNTAI. MEKTIXH OF WIL).
fr'Mfamlilili., Mil, In Id at tbclr olll In
IliU iltj on XutiiiilnrlS, ibW, llicfcilloilin
iiIIUith uitc if cU'iti'd to vtrrvc tlurln tlio ciH
C. I. VIlil. -J
- - - Prcidilent
Sec. and TreaMirer
W F Allen,
Till' l.linV . II.KII. it M).1.1 tl: .1 ..1.1
Klin.', (i Irnlii mid (10 llccklcy com.
prUu the Hoard ul lllroclorn.
8. II. uosi:.
l.i, -Iw Stcretarj.
MORTG AG-EE'S NOTICE
-vtotici: is iir.nniv iivk. that iiv
IV ilrtin- of miIi- contained In u (.crtain
inort;ai;i', ilaleil ApiiliM, lyjl. nuule
bv l.COKl.r. TKOl-Sli.L' it llonoulu"
OaIiii, to All tanner J. Cnrturlulit, Truntce
for Ailuli.1 ( nnmell, ir mild, Honolulu re
corded in llienllleooMlio lleclmrar uf Con
VUai'icitln llbrr lai, pa.-n il5-a7 lc n.
derli;ned, Biicccsnor In trmt to Alexander I
CiirlMrljjlit, InleniN to foreeloi.e tM mort
Ctiue for condition broken, to wit, tlio unn
paMnent of principal and Interest wbendue
Notice Ualno nil en tbat all tbe iiroiiertv
coiLrcd b fiild morlpme, HltU all tbe rluhU
lliiletobcloiiulni:, Mill be mild at public auc-
iiun niiiiuniiciion-rDoui in JuineH K. Moriruu
ou IJuci n tn.Lt, In Honolulu, on '
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1095,
At 1J oMock noon.
lure certain loin or parcc! of
nt Kanubiilii. In tin. iii.iri.,..f
laud sit unit' nt
Kulu, ou the
ii the Ih'uiM of Ouliu, conlMlulnu' In
111. I or U J. hill Ailir ,,,! I..1....
all uu A
poriliiii of Apaim f,' of the land dmcribul n
1. l. A i.V.UI and lol iiunil.mil a I, W mid
VlofKapii.ulu. 1)U adjaccnl lo Kapiolani
l'i.ik,iui.the iimepnml.t Hint ut-ru ciin
v.cd to il inurlcnuor (icorKu Trou.M'uu,
,) L. M loukf Inmue for Anna II. llullej?
Ii dud of ijen date w HI, ,i morliracu
AU,i. Ihe IrrlKWhiB Plant. I'uuip, PlpK,
rtr , upon Hut prcml.,.. Ti-rnu ci.n. ,,t
ut cipen.u ofpuuliater.
K. V. MACI-'AHhANE,
Jas. F. Morgan,
Ilouotulu. Nov. BO, IS93. AUCi!iTaTr'