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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 20, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
J. T. Stnckor is now city editor
of tho Advertiser.
I3and concert at Emma square
this ovoning at tho usual hour.
Laud Commissioner J.F. Brown
has returnod from his trip to
G. P. Wilder and wife came
over from Maui by yesterday's
Club is mooting
at Emma hall.
. Tho Hawaiian Athlotio Asso
ciation will moot at tho Y.M. 0. A.
this ovoning at 7 o'clock.
G. N. "Wilcox and Miss E. Wil
cox wore passengers by tho Mika
Marshal Brown has returned
from his trip to Kauai; also Pro
Evnns' Japanese acrobats had a
good audience at "Waiauao on Sat
iW L. Waldron, with Theo.
II. DuvioB & Co., leaves tomorrow
for a three wooks'tour of Hawaii.
The sugar crop of tho Spreckols
villn plantation this season is ex
pected to reach 12,000 tons.
Somoono has poisonod Captain
Scott's dog, and ho will reward
anyone who will givo him inform
ation on tho subject.
Tho Emperor of Japan is an
all-round sportsman, dovotcd to
riding, shooting, fishing, billiards,
tennis and football.
Tho Zamloch party loavo for
Hawaii by to-morrow's steamer.
Tho professor had a crowded
houso on Saturday at his last per
formance. Tho winter term of tho Kamoha
moha schools ended on Saturday
with a xmagic lantern exhibition
in Bishop Hall. Tho vacation lasts
for three weeks.
First officer L. E. Atwator had
tho misfortune to fall on board tho
steamer Waialoalo, when bIio came
into port yestorday morning, bus.
taming sovoro bruises in tho ribs,
Tho adv. of Niopor's Express
appoars in anothor column. Fur
niture and pianos moved at ro
sonablo rates and steamer baggago
carof ully attended to.
Judge do la Vorgne fined Lono
$10 this morning for playing a
lottory game. Nakai was fined
$35 and costs for having chofn
.tickets in his possession.
Tho detective forco is com
plaining of hard times. There
wore only twonty - throe minor
offenders in tho Police Court this
Tho adjourned salo of stalls in
tho Fishmarkot was hold at tho
Interior Office at noon today. A
goodly proportion of them was
sold and good prices wore rea
lized. "Billy C" and "Confederate"
have boon matched to race next
Saturday aftornoon for $300 a side,
half mile and repeat. A race is
also talked of between "Judah"
Ah Yin was arrested this morn
ing for kooping a forocious dog,
which bit a nativo boy named
John Lii at Palama. The father
of tho boy swore to tho complaint
on which tho warrant was issued.
Tho case of Adams, accused of
being a gross choat and passing
an old $10 Confederate uoto on
Antono Philippo, was tried before
Judge do la Vorgno this morning
and taken under advisomout until
There will bo a grand moon
light excursion to the ball at
ltomond grove on Monday, Feb
ruary 3d. Speciul trains will loavo
tho depot at I ociook, returning
at midnight. Single ticket $1.50,
" lady and gontloman $2.00, winch
includes railroad faro, dancing
Ano Nahali and a number of
other female Hawaiians woro ar
rested on Saturday night for dis
turbing tho peaco and quiot of tho
neighborhood of Nuuanu stroot.
ThiB morning they wore allowod
to plead guilty to tho minor charge
of being drunk, and were given
tho usual $3 fine.
Owing to a change in the sail
ing arrangements of tho Btoamor
Mikahala tho circus will not loavo
for Kauai tomorrow and tho trip
to that island has bcon abandoned.
The farevroll soason in this city
will consequently commence on
noxt "Wednesday evoning. Pro
gram will appear tomorrow.
Judgo William Foster goes to
Hamakua by tho Iwalaui.
Mrs. Georgo Woight and three
children left on tho Kaala this
Maria Barato, a Portugueso
woman, was arrested today for
deserting her husband.
0. Von Hamm returned yester
day from a business tour of Ha
waii and Maui. .
King Bros, aro offering a very
good article in Ebony Wall brock
ets at Fricco prices.
Of tho ton cho players arrest
ed on Saturday, eight woro dis
charged for want of ovidonco this
Tho program of sports for Sat
urday's mooting of tho Hawaiian
Athlotic Association appears in
t Henry Smith, clerk of the Judi
ciary, loaves by tho Kinau in the
morning for a woll-carncd vaca
tion on the other islands.
Tho prizes of tho Kilohana Art
Lcaguo School competition aro on
exhibition at tho Pacific Ilard
waro Company's store.
Polo cornices for windows or
doors; from 4 foot to 1'2 foot long
with wood or brass trimmings at
King Bros., Hotol street.
Among tho arrests this morn
ing woro one truant, one drunk
and a Japaneso deserter from
Ioano Pahua ploadcd guilty in
tho District Court this morning of
using obscene langnago on tho
streot and was fined $5 and $3
Shobollo, a Manila man and a
desortor from tho Kokaha planta
tion, has been roturned thereto
with costs of his arrest taxod
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottago No. 100, Alakoa
street, tolepliono No. 615. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 P.M.
Father Conrardy, who has been
officiating among tho lepers at
Kalawao, Molokai, for eight years,
is in town. After paying a visit
to Hilo ho will go to tho United
A now Chinese fruit store is to
bo opened in a few days on tho
lot of tho old Eleotric Light Com
pany on King stroot. Anothor
ono has already made its appear
ance noxt to tho now store of W.
W. Dimond on tho samo stroot.
No reserved seats can be se
cured for tho performance of
"Meredith's Old Coat" until
Thursday, 23d, at 9 a. m., at.Hob
ron's drug Btore. Ordors bytolo
phono provioua to that timo will
not recoivo any attention, as it is
desirod to givo everyone an equal
chance to got good seats.
Tho Hawaiian band will loavo
on tho Kinau tomorrow morning
for Hilo, whore concerts will be
given for four days. It will then
go to Wailuku, whoro anothor stay
of four days will bo made Tho
band will return on tho Olaudino,
reaching this city on Sunday,
Dr. Clifford Ryder's locturo on
"Ancient, Medieval and Modern
Surgery" in the Y. M. O. A. hall
on Saturday evening was very in
teresting, showing great research,
study and literary ability. Threat
ening weather and tho Gorman
holiday mado tho attendanco
smaller than it would havo baen
Judgo Perry has approved tho
accounts and ordered tho dis
charge of Bishop Willis as guar
dian of William Bolster, minor,
tho ward having como of ago.
Tho samo Judgo has approved
tho account of Raymond Beyes,
guardian of tho Machado minors.
Slado Murray j tho famous Aus
tralian comedian, who passed
through Honolulu on tho last
north bound Alameda, met with
bad troatmont by tho management
of tho Orpheum theatro in San
Francisco. On account of Iiib ar
riving a few days lator than tho
dato assigned in his contract, tho
theatre pooplo cancelled his en
gagement and endeavored to forco
Mr. Murray to play at a lower
rate of salary. Ho refused, and,
being approached by the Alcazar
manager, signed with that theatro
aud has scored a big success in
Rev. Dr. Stalker of
says that gluttony is
tho Bin of
Highest of i II in Leavoning Power.
YOUNG HAWAIIANS INSTITUTE.
Project to Knlarffo tha Sphere
Tho mooting of tho Hawaiians'
Institute last Thursday night
brought up a subject that may re
sult in much futuro good for its
mombors. After tho usual routine
business had boon transacted a
gonoral discussion on tho futuro
aims of tho Instituto took placo1,
brought about by ono of the
meinbors rending extracts from an
article by Georgo Manson on tho
"Lodges of Honolulu," which
appeared in tho Holiday Edi
tion of tho Bulletin. Tho speaker
showed from tho article quoted
how tho wealthy and important
lodges of Masonic and other fra
ternal ordors which aro now tho
pride of Honolulu had struggled
against adverso circumstances in
tho early periods of thoir exist
ence, when thoir membership and
resources woro far less than those
of tho Young Hawaiians' Insti
tute. Ho suggested that what
white men, comparative strnngors
in Hawaii, havo done in tho way
of building up lodges, tho Young
Hawaiians connected with tho In
stituto could do if they would only
make up thoir mindB to accom
plish a similar purposef and con
cluded by asking tho members
present to join him in showing
that nativo Hawaiians could tako
hold of ono thing nt least and
mako a success of it. Ho wanted
to put the Instituto on a similar
basis to a lodgo and make it of
practical use, and eventually to
havo n building of its own with
money to invest liko other socie
ties. Tho ideas advanced woro heart
ily applauded and it was determin
ed to adopt them at onco. Tho
first stop to bo taken will ho to
wood out all tho useless members
and thoso who aro delinquent in
the mattor ol duos, and a com
mencement in this direction was
made at the samo meoting. Tho
leading members of tho Instituto
aro full of zeal and determination,
and there is no reason in tho world
why buccoss should not finally at
tond their laudablo efforts to mako
tho Young Hawaiian's Instituto
somothing moro than a society
with a name only.
SPItECKELS' IIOCSE INVADED.
Tli Court Orders Subpoenas Scrrad bjr
"Attorneys for tho dofenso in
the suit of ClauB Sprookols and
wifo against Rudolph Sprockols
have been trying for three weeks
to Borvo a subpoena upon' tho two
plaintiffs, in order to compol thoir
attendance at court to testify upon
behalf of tho defendant," says tho
San Francisco Chronicle of Jan
uary 10. "First thoy woro order
ed to appear before Commissioner
Lawlor in tho law offices of Roth
child & Aoh, and thoy rofused,
upon tho ground that it wbb not
right to compel them to testify in
tho offices of tho attornoys for
Rudolph Spreckols, who was the
defendant in tho suit thoy had
brought. At that timo tho attor
neys for Glaus Spreckols and his
wifo Baid that thoir clients woro
willing to givo testimony boforo
tho Court, and would do so if di
rected. "Tho caso camo up boforo Judge
Slack about n week ago, and n
subpoena was issued upon behalf
of tho defonso, directing Glaus
Sprockels and wife to appear in
court. Since then an agent of
Rothchild & Ach has boon trying
to servo tho Bubpoena, but hns not
succeeded in doing so."
Tho Chronicle proceeds to re
late the bringing of matters to a
climax on tho 9th, by tho filing of
an affidavit by Rothchild & Ach,
as attornoys for Rudolph
Spreckols. In tho uBual legal
rigmarolo an officer of tho court
assorts that ho roceivod Bubpoonas
tho 0th inst.,but admission to thoir
'houso at 2027 Howard street had
boon constantly denied him, so
that ho could notsorvo tho papers,
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I and on luiormauou aim 001101
allogod that thoy woro concealed
Latest LT.S. Gov't Eoport.
in their houso for tho purposo of
preventing tho sorvico upon them
of the documents.
"Tho affidavit was brought to
the attontion of Judgo Slack, and,
upon motion of tho defense, ho
directed tho Sheriff to sorvo tho
subpeona upon OlatiB Spreckols
and wifo, and, if necessary in do
ing it, to break down tho door of
thoir houso. Tho subpoona was
put in tho hands of Deputy
Sheriff Fitzgornld, and yestorday
oftornoon ho wont to tho Spreck
ols homo at 2027 Howard street to
sorvo it. Ho was rofused admit
tance by tho servants and had to
mako a show of forco in ordoi to
got into tho house. Once insido,
Fitzgerald mado a closo search
for tho plaintiffs, but failed to
find them, aftor searching tho
house from basomont to garrot.
"Tho caso will bo called and if
tho plaintiffs aro not present tho
attorneys for tho defense will
probably make anothor effort to
bring them into court."
Genuineness is rare with
French perfumes. They aro
so good they aro imitated. Wo
havo an exquisito assortment
direct from tho manufacturers.
Thoy aro Genuine. Wo sell
them samo as American Per
fumes, and you ought to havo
Hobron Dnua Co.,
Headquarters for fine perfumes.
FEBRUARY 3, '96.
O. R. & L. Co. Trains leave
Depot at 7 p. m., sharp.
RETURN AT MIDNIGHT
Single Tickets, $1.50
Lady and Gent; $2.00
Tho above prices includes R, It,
Faro, Dancirg and Refreshments.
J. W. CHAPMAN, tho famous
caterer, will have ohargo of the
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