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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 21. 1895
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
E. C. Mnofiirlnnonriivedon tho
Muriio.sa this morning.
G N. Brunaitlo lonvo for New
Zoaliuiil by today's atenmor.
Tin) Holl stor Drug Company
ia shipping goods to Australia.
Tho Mounted Patrol will drill
nt Mukiki tunorrow uftornoon.
Tho Kilohnua Art Lr-nguo nieot
'liig tonight is for members only.
I Stockholders of K.ihuku plnnta
tion hold tlioir annual mooting
Tho 85 Backs of mnil on tho
Auslriiliii contained 111,305 letters
and 15,011 papers.
S. K. Liudloy, tho Sydney bunk
er, loft for his homo today by tho
C. It. McVo'gh is homo again
from a business trip to S.m Ernn-oiheo.
Cc mpniiies G and II will nppour
)in their now uniform at tomorrow
Drs. Ginvcr.of tho Mnriposi nnd
. Sonlo of tho Australia have cx-
Don't forget W 0 Weedou's
lecture at tho Young Hawaiian's
Members of tho Contral Union
church will held n social in tho
church parlors this owning.
Tho Miriposn brought over a
lot of npnlos, cranberries nnd
other fruit for Thanksgiving.
x The Board of Immigration met
I yesterday but adjourned owing to
tho absence ot jliuibler iviugiiiiu
J B Athorton.
Janaiioso inorohanfs aio happy
ovor tho receipt of mail and mor
ohandifio by tho stoamor Mount
Tho embezzlement charge
ngaiuht 11. Cowan has boon post
poned by Judge Perry until Nov
Mr. Yatman made his lafet , up
poaranco in public last night
when ho attended the prayer moot
ing of tho Methodist church.
V. W. Diinonil will open up
his stock of Christmas glassware
in tne iort oiioui sioieioom uuui
Alexander Young, manager of
tho Honolulu Iron Works, with
bis wifo and family returned by
this morning's steamer.
Tho Muriposa had twouty-nino
through passengers, bosides Undo
fur Auckland, two for Apia uud
twenty-throe for this port.
Capt. Scott, who has boon sori-
ously ill with a complication of
malarial fovor and whooping
hcough, was much bottor this
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morrison
of Makuwoli were given a surprise
party last Saturday on the occa
sion of their crystal wedding.
Ovor 10,000 ballots have been
cast in tho Bulletin's Bicyclo
Contest up to date. Tho contost
onds on tno 27th, next 'Wednes
day. Thoro wero only three cases on
Ibo criminal culonuar ot tho Dis
trict Court this morning, It has
boen many a month since tho liko
of this hupponod.
Tho charges against Ah Wa and
Ah Kwai lor having opium un
lawfully in possession wore nollo
pros.'d in Judge Perry's court
D. Mackenzie's littlo boy is
happy again. Through tho notice
in tho Bulletin about his lost
vshoop, it was roturuod to him by
Jtho boyB of Hngino House No. 2,
yivuo found it and took caro of it.
Tho Wall - Nichols Company
will open up businoss in tho He
public building about Docoinbor
2d. One of tho firm claims to
havo tho finest selection of holi
day goods over brought to this
The Wondlawn Fruit Company
of Poarl City, of which Carl Wil
ling is superintendent, exhibits
choico spooimons of pineapples in
the show windows of 13. O. Hall &
Son and tho Pacific Hardware
Tho Board of Directors of tho
Iloalani Yacht and Boat Club
will meet at tho rooms of tho
Oliambor of Commorco at 5
o'clock this uftornoon and will
probably soloct a now captain for
Miss M.IIartwoll uamo ovor on
Tho American Loogue meets
Tho Board ff Education wr.s t
moot ul 2:30 this afternoon.
J. J. Williams is about ngain
after a bad attack of tho grip.
Tho Plantors' Monthly for Xo
vombor is out.
Sergeant Smith of Company A
has boen transferred to IS com
pany. C. IT. W. Norton has boon ap
pointed qnnitorinnstor of tho
Surveyor Monsnrrnt has gone
to Waianae on II. A. Widomann's
Minister Hatch declined to dis
cuss Hawaiian iiffiirs with ro-port'-rs
at Sun Francisco.
A lino lot of soasonablo now
good- is advertised by the Temple
Airs. C. II. Eldrodgo and Miss di8pluy(.(i,
Kldrodgo roturnod to tho islands .,,'.. ,. , ,
by thoMar.posa. Much interesting olographic
. news will bo found on the inside
A. Unas, representing tho Call- pngos ,,f t,j3 jssu0
foroia Fertilizer Company, camo ,. ,. ...
down by the Mariposa. . rl, proceedings of the meet-
ing ot tho Bond of Health yes
Mr. Yatman addressed an au- torday will be found on tho third
diouco of about 200 natives nt pago.
Kawaiahno church last evening. ....... , ,
If you feol out of sorts, cnll nt jn ,js Cll,0 llRljnst Jitnos Moigm.
iho Critorion and try our rofresh- wlici, wns abided in favor of
tng Seattio Beer on draught. I jiorg m in tho lowor court.
Alb-it Lucas, a popular mom-! Doputv Marshal Hitchcock
her of tho famous Thirteen Club. give- nnt'ico that ho lmsndvortisod
roturnod by this morning's the silo of tho bark Don Adolfo
stoamor. , to ttiku place on Wednesday next.
There will boa band concort at' Mrs. Jtibert Louis S;ovonson
Thomas Square this afternoon, tho mn fmnily havo rented a eottago
program for which appears in nn-,ftt Sans Souci, and will stay I hero
other column. , linont threo months.
1'nnl Isnborg Sr. is oz)octod Tho road jury on tho proposed
hero by tho City of 1'okingon Do-!CUag0 i the Nuuanu stream,
cemborGih. Ho is in San Fran- consisting of J N Wright, E D
01sc" now. Teunoy, Gilbert Waller. TJ King,
J. 13. Miller, who is an ngont of C L VVight nnd A B Wood, com
a fortilizor company nud has been nioncod thoir labors this morning
liQrc i boforo, was n pnssongor on Foreign oflico correspondouco
the Mariposa. j by the Mariposa is without special
Tho Y. M. C. A. orchestra will ' iulorcst. Thoro is a good deal
meot this ovoning at 7:30 toli0out cholera. Minister Hntch
practico sciuo of that now musio announces his sife nrrivnl nt San
received on tho Australia. Francisco after a ploasaut trip on
Miss Kate Field, spooinl cor- '
rospondont of the Chicago Times, The funeral of Charleston Kniho
arrived this morning and will okai Kuhoa, sou of tho caretaker
mako "quite a stay in the islauds J of tho Itoyal Mausoleum, took
n, JMn ii p:j. Mi-s-to,. f.,-' P1,lC0 ystorday. Tho deceased
Switzerland, ' was 'visiting Snn
v : ...- m.-:.,... fi4.i. r
Hawaii arrived thoro. Tho Chro
niclo groups their portraits with
F. E. Nichols of thoWall - Ni -
chols Stationery Company return -
ed by today's steamer from a trip
to Now York and Chicago,
i.ii i. i... '
1IUI1 1 IU IUUUU3U
years and a half. Ho intonds to
stay with Honolulu for n time.
W. W. Dimond makes tho an
nouncement today of tho oponing
of his crockory business for the
holiday trade. Whiloawaiting tho
completion of the Yon Holt block,
ho will occupy W. 13. Foster's
storo on Fort street.
(). CI. Stvjiin. x.in ivnu Lirmnrlt-'
right Landman in tho postollico, ont n Uun',or "" ."'eir work
returned by this morning's i "Jon.' 8 nRll"6 ?Ut T1 Un '
ut ..f.: ... i.. r ti..? ! clusively. This wns likoly to pre-
lvillllVi IlilUl Ull UUOUIIVjU Jl LIIIITU I
The Anglican Synod will meot 'o'clock this nftornoon. Mr. Lucns
on Monday ovoning, if tho Kinaurotm.lied tMis niorning by tho
gets in. The election of Thomas Stit 1 i 1 t
Itain Walker as synodsmnu of the Mn"!,T' ""ll S pl"Ced Urulr
Socond Congregation may bo sot
nsido by tho Synod, as tho requi
site fiftoon days' notico was not
Dr. Avordam, of tho Paoifio
Guano and Fortilizor Company, is
nvnAlnrl llanb trrm ltT.ii.ni sm I
..r -v. ..... ... "' "" I
Sunday lheso works did tho
largest businoss last month of any I
since their inception, ovor 1000 '
trill a nt (nnfl lrfnwi mt.n.x V.nn..
tons of fortilizors having boen
Charles Oreighton was cordially
welcomed by his host of frionds
on returning from his long nb
sonco in San Francisco. Ho is
somowhnt thinuer than of yore but
looks woll. Ho reports all tho ox
ilos in good health, excepting V.
V. Ashford, who is vory ill.
At tho annual meeting of tho
"Wilder Stoamship Company hold
on Monday tho following officers
wero re-elected: C L Wight, pro
sidont; J F Hackfeld, vice-president;
S B Itose, socretary and
troasuror, and WF Allen, auditor.
Tho abovo ofiicors with J A King,
W G Irwin and G O Beckloy con
stitute tho Board of Directors.
Highest of all in Loaouing Bow-
j v.w1l MB Jyl!3L.9k HI VRTbi
m mu ssssssss ETd
Albert Lucis was admitted to
bail shortly aftor his arrest.
Tho State of Arkansas is valuod
at $86 ,-109, 01.
The ano.it of Albort Lucns so
soon niter his return causes much
Itonowed inlorost isjippment in
tho Bulletin Bicyclo Contest.
ThfW nroyot five moro days.
Ten thousuul n"id sixty-eight
votes havo boon cast in tho bicy
cle C'ute!rt fo far,
Merchants nro busy gotting their
P.lirlut rntiu uliu.L mi mf.tifl nnil
JT.n8,n,J?,lt two,v? T
I bis death occurred fn
Niau Mitchell is undornrrost
for being found in the store of
'".' imn" U3K " nigni umo
,w1ltll?u an? Ia"f"1 0U8- .Ho
,,le1ndIod1 ,m. guilty this morning
' n.,l1JnilR Poo7 80t ln8 CnS8 lor
i trial on the 23d.
Shipbuilders on tho Clydo,
threatened with a strike, locked
cipitato a big striko, so that tho
next news may bo awaited with
AMJKHT 1,1 CAN AltKKSTi:!).
Charged Willi i:inlir7zllii; SI 000
I'runi Iho Wnter Uorkit OUIcn.
The sensation of tho hour is tho
arrest of Albort Lucas about 1
arrost slloruy auer tnng lunch
nt Nolto'8 Tho warrant of arrest
is sworn to by H. 13. Cooper,
Ministor of Foreign Affairs, and
nllogos that during six months
last past Albert Lucas frandulont-
i .... .
ly npproiriitteu to His own use
tbo sum ot .1000, tho same boing
mouoy intrusted to his charge
8 800retry of tho department of
-.. . -.. '. '
It has been known for some
timo pnst that a deficiency existod
in tho recoipts of tho department,
and immediately aftor Mr. Lucas
was discharged from the ollico for
bis counoction with tho Thirteen
Club a superficial examination of
the books wns mado but nothing
wrong was npparout. A moro
careful exporting of his accounts
shows tho abovo dofioioncy. It
is also said that tho total defalca
tion amounts to about 6000 and
that they havo beon extending
over u poriod from tho ond of
189 1 to tho timo of his dischargo.
Proof to bo presented by the
prosecution will bo, stubs of ro
ceipt bonks from which thoro uro
no ontrios in the cash book.
r. Latest U.S. Gov't Itoj ort.
I'lirllrulnm of Hip Hrrrptlon (ilrrn
Hint Till IMoriilli:;.
The lccoption tondoied to Mr.
Alexander Young in honor of his
return from i.broad, givon by tho
ono hundred I'lul thirty-live em
ployees of tho Honolulu Iron
Works, this morning, was of a
inturo to ling -r n long timo in
th" heart of the mnnagor.
At eleven o'clock tho grimy
stone walls ol ttio wotks wero
hung with Hags and bauuors of
various nations, the brilliant
colors subduing and bghtoning
up tho otherwise storn interior.
TheHawaiianbaiid was in utten
dauco and at ton minutes past
eleven struck up u lively maich
Mr. Young, accompanied by
Mr. Hiedeinnnn and sevoral other
gentlemen, ontertd and wore re
ceived with In arty cheers by all,
tho employes presont.
Mr. Wm. llowo, for twenty vents
npm tho company's pay-roll, wel
coimd manager Young, tho em
ployes, clad in their working
c othos, ngiin choeied, and Auld
Lang Syne was rendered by Pio
ffSS'r Beiger's lustruinoutalists.
Jlr. Young responded to tho
welcome and in a fow words spoko
feoling'y of his regard and affec
tion for all of the employes, his
trip, his plensuro ovor his roturn
and surprise uud gratification nt
such a hourty welcome. Ho said
ho wishul to call thoin "tho boys,"
as ho always spoko and thought
of them in that way, although ho
knew that tho titleof "goutlemon"
was most appropriate. Although
he had, during his oloven months'
nbsenco, travoled extensively
throughout America, England and
Bonnie Scotland, still at Hawaii
was tho fairest spot of all and no
sceno had made so deop an im
pression upon him us Munoa
"Homo, SweUt Homo," by tho
band was now rondered, followed
by tho tnant "Mr. Young and
family, may thoy livo long and
Threo cheers for Mr. Hoidc
m a nn and then tho toasts wero
drank with a plontiful supply of
soda to wash them down.
C gars woro passed round and a
general hand shaking followed.
Mr. Young again thankod tho
workmen for their loyalty and at
tention to duty during his abscuce
and greeted each with aloha.
Prof. Berger pluyod some
Hawaiian uira and evorybody
felicitated Mr. Young upon bis
Threp Clrrult C'nurl I)rcllon---Unrli
Uum Adulltt :olili'lllllcl.
Judco Whiting has rendered a
decision on M. J. Silva ot al. vs.
Anton Ilnmon, assessing damages
to p'aint.ir nt $'299. for ilhgal
soizuro of his jr iptrty, including
i itorest to date of hearing.
Tho Bime Judgo has rendered a
decision on Jumos A. Low, ad
ministrator, vs. John M. Horner,
overruling tho domurror of de
fendant, Nouuianu for plaintiff;
Kinnoy for defendant.
Judgo Whiting has ulso decided
tho case of Bun Hop Sing vs.
Wright and Willard, and J. F.
Olay, Secrotnry of Sonalo, gar
nishee. He holds that the law of
1890. providing for tho garnishing
ofsaluries or wages of government
bonefioiurics, applies to ollicors
and omployoes of tho Legislature.
Judgmont may bo entered against
garuishoe for the amount paid into
court, to wit, S.'jO, and judgmont
against Wright nnd Wilhird for
ifUO-l. Ballon for plaintiff; Mugoou
Ah Wong is on trial before Judgo
Mnnoon for runo. tho followinu'
jury boing in tho box: D. Grozier,
A. ilurrison, J. JU.. irncy, vy.d.
Campbell, J. W. Graco, J. C.
Clunoy, F. S. Lyman, W. W.
Harris, E. Wodehouso, J. Mclner
ny, C. L. Brown, J. W. Robert
son. The ltopublio is represented
by Marsbul llrown, tho dofondant
UP TO DATE
520, Fort Slroot, .
Ladies' Worsted Suitings!
A VERY CHOICE ASSOIITMKXT OF THE VICHY
la&fest Dress BHafeffSals
With Trininiiii (o Mntch.
Ladies' Silk Waist latterns
Now Do-ign, and Only One of n Kind.
Jot Fronts and Spangled Fronts.
Thcso are entirely now and make a rich v.ai.t trimming.
Buttons! Buttons! Buttons!
Don't Fail t. Ki tho New Style Button.
WSTOur stoek of
Will arrive on tho
Exclusive and Attractive.
9W$ffi Bath:,, Resort
J" AT WAIKIKI.
Free Hods and Bait l-'iirnislii i.
GET OFF THE TRAM AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
DONT H?ITiTE MDIEWT
About tin' lieil place ! buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- FEED
ia : Feed
i:i,i:i'ii : t.
inn IIKADOF VYXX CATTLE. FOJt
uulu in lots to HUlt.
Knliukn, Knn, Hawaii.
riNi: JILACK HOltSK, l'EltFKCTI.Y
I Homitl. Apjity tu
131). A. WILLIAMS.
A lnrgo flock, enough for ovcryboily.
I'lacc orilcrs early lo liiniiru lar(;el.uiiii.
HENRY DAVIS & ICO.
- - ..
Au - trrdin (hi-; m .
rnrTi f tc k 'r xiti.t,
aii i j v. ' ; . i v ii. rsy.
Owing to tlie dolny in
the completion of tho
Von Holt building, I
havo concluded to ,
open tern porn ri.'jr o'
Joc. 2nd, the stoft
formerly occupied by
V. E. Foster on Fort
street, for thu sale of
goods suitable, for tho
-wan ii in, i.vci run
A.fiEtc : cdj : qLAss
Onyx Tables, Fivo
O'clock Teas, Chafing
Dishes, etc., etc.
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