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EVENING BULLETIN, .TANUAKY 28, 1896.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar remains at tho Barao
Dr. V. Capron loft for Hawaii
on tho Hall.
Tlint-n w n fir nnr f nrm fin fft
at tho circus tonight.
Col. "W. ?. Allen loft for Kauai
on tho Miknhala last night.
Tho forthcoming tennis tourna
mont has finally boon sot for May
Judgo H. A. Widomann re
turned from San Francisco by last
Tho opium conspiracy case for
which Jon Sao is undor arrost will
bo triod on Friday.
E. Kopko, A. Gonsalvos, "W. P.
Fonnoll and "V. J. Gallaghor loft
, on tho Hall this morning. '
f M.J. Hoffman and Mr. Milli
. ken loft by tho Hall this morning
for tho volcano.
"W. H. Hilliard, a famous artist,
will paint a picturo of tho Volcano
t for Adolph Sprockols.
"Meredith's Old Coat" at Inde
, pondonco Park nt 8 o'clock. Pre
served seats at tho Hobron drug
store. Two of the National band boys,
"Win. Aylott and Kealakai, are on
tho S. 0. Allon, duo horo tho end
of tho wook.
Thoro is dearth of civil business
in the District Court. One soli
tary caso for trial yesterday was
settled in Court.
P. Takedzawa, president of tho
Yokohama Specie Bankj will lo.avo
on a visit to San Francisco by tho
S. S. Australia.
0. E. McVeigh, proprietor of
tho National Iron Works, returned
last night from a hurried business
trip to San Francisco.
Mrs. J. T. Crowley, wifo of tho
ohomist of tho Hawaiian Experi
mental Station, and child arrived
on tho Australia.
Mrs. Anna Trumbull, who ar
rived on tlio Australia last ovon
ing, is an art critic who writes for
sovoral of tho Now York dailios.
William G. Irwin arrived on
tho Australia last night, and
everybody is glad, bocauso some
thing may bo douo about a now
Company H. had drill last
night. Tho now order of tho
, commanding ollicor requiring drill
' only once in two wooks seems to
suit the boys.
An old telephone polo at Wild
or's corner broke off short at tho
baso this morning and narrowly
escaped crushing two Portuguese
laborers standing nearby. It fell
Chief Justice Judd's lecture on
tho Hawaiian Constitution will be
tho event of Saturday evening. It
will tako placo at Y. M. C. A.
The Bulletin has rocoivod a
haudsomo advertising circular
from LoCount Brothers, wholesale
importing and manufacturing
fitntionors, 533 Market street, San
Tho caso of. Cranstoun against
tho Canadian-Australian Steam
ship Lino was non-suited at Van
couver. Mueller's caso was to
follow on trial, but would prob
- ably ond similarly.
Officer Toma went to Waima
nalo yesterday and captured n
Japanoso desorlor from Haiku
plantation. Tho man went to
Waimanalo and was found work
ing on tho plantation of that
Frank S. Dodgo of tho Survey
Department returned from his
trip to England and tho Statos,
whoro ho has boon, on government
businossjeoncoruing seworaco and
other matters, Incidentally ho
devoted somo time to ranges add
Thoro was another very good
audienco at tho circus last night,
and tho performance seemed to
give general satisfaction. In "Tur
pin's Itido to York" with whioh
tho performance concluded Mr.
Montgomery showed what can bo
accomplished by careful horso
training. Tho last performance
of the season will tako placo to
Tho Canadian Australian S. S,
lino lmvo changed their time of
sailing. Tho big linors will leavs
J thoir respective ports Vancouver
"" and Sydnoy ono wook later in tho
month than heretofore; tho Syd-
noy dato of sailing will bo tho
25th of each month instoad of tho
18th, and Vanconvor tho 23d
instead of tho lGth.
Lin Sing Keo, plumber and
tinsmith, has a card in this issue.
Punchbowl stroot is being ma
cadamized. Thomas O'Dowd, sugar boilor
at Ewa, will bo married to Lulu
Borba on Feb. 1. N
Tho Pacific Whoolmon will meet
at tho office of H. E. Walkor to
morrow evening at 7 :30.
Cuts of all kinds are made to
ordor at short notice by 0. B.
Andrews, at tho Bulletin Busi
All persons having claims
against Wirlh's Circus aro invitod
to prosont thom for settlement
Fivo drunks paid tho usual fino
this morning. Thoy had probably
boon celebrating the Emperor's
birthday too frooly.
Tho adiournod annual mootinc
of tho Honolulu Cricket Club will
bo hold tomorrow evening at tho
rIington Hotel, King street.
Tho charges of malicious injury
aud mischief on which Ah Yin
and u Portuguese named Mauuol
woro arrested vesterdav wero both
nollo pros.'d this morning.
Mrs. Froar, wife of the First
Associate Justice of tho Supreme
Court, is improving in health at
San Francisco, having submitted
to an operation that proved more
than usually successful.
A. V. Gear has been appointed
a Commissioner of Dcods for tho
State of California. His powers
and dutio3 aro dofinod in tho adver
Sing Loo & Co. import frosh
fruit by ovory steamer; also gro
ceries, canned goods, cigars and
tobacco. Thoir storo is at 502
Kopano, whoso trial for tho lar
ceny of S3.50 from a shipmate on
tho Cummins took placo yesterday,
was. adjudged guilty by Judgo do
la Vorgno this morning and sen
tenced to six months on the reof.
Tho caso will bo appealed.
Tomorrow at noon W. S. Luco
will soil at auction property and
dwellings on Kawaiahao lane and
Queon streot, and tho on tiro stock
of boot and shoos, slippers, rub
bors, etc., comprising tho stock of
C. Gortz, under foroclosuro of
Mrs. J. A. McKonzio died at tho
residence of Dr. McLennan at 5
o'clock this morning. Sho was a
native of Scotland, about 34 years
of ago, and her last illness was
lingering and painful. Tho funeral
takes placo at 3 o'clock this after
noon. OPIUM SnOGI.EBS.
A Uiiecr Outfit Captured hj Captain
From information received at
tho polico station lato last night,
sixty-three tins of opium wero
captured and a man and two
women, all Portuguese, aro in
jail. A man who is in tho omplay
of tho polico noticed somo queor
proceedings in tho room occupied
by a man named Bonani in
Fowler's yard. About 11 o'clock
he noticed tho man tako two women
to his room and immediately
afterward tho light was put out.
In about 20 minutes tho women
camo out but still tho light did
not appear, Tho circumstance was
reported to tho polico. Captain
Scott thought tho mattor was
worth looking into, bo ho made a
complaint on information and be
lief and got out a search warrant.
Ho did this all in 20 minutes time,
going to Emma square and back
on his wheel to got tho magistrate
to sign tho warrant. Ho then took
officers Cordos and Xavior to Bo
nani's room, mado him get up and
listen to tho reading of tho war
rant. On looking undor tho bed
Captain Scott found two pairs of
drawors of a peculiar pattern. Up
ond down oaoh leg of tho drawers
woro specially constructed pookots
containing tins of opium, amount
ing in oil to Bixty-threo. Bonani was
arrested on tho chargo of having
opium in possession and upon be
ing searched was found to have
$55 in his pookots. Ho denied all
knowledge of tho opium or the
Tho story in tho morning paper
about Cordos following tho women
from the Australia's wharf is mado
out of wholo cloth. Cordos know
nothing about tho affair until do
tailed to accompany Captain Scott.
Tho fact of tho matter is that two
Portugueso women who woro steor-
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ago passongors by tho Australia
passed through the gates without
Siuostion or examination by tho
i'ortugueBO customs t oflicor who
was on duty and it is presumed
wont direct to Bonani's room.
Captain Scott considers the cap
ture a piece of pure luck, as if the
two women had not beon Boon go
ing to Bonani's room at a late
hour and in a suspicious manner,
nothing would have beon known
of tho smuggling. Bonani is a
Warrants wero issued this morn
ing at 10:30 for tho arrest of tho
two women, who woro soon "placed
by tho police and shortly aftor
Captain Parker and Captain
Scott woro working hard on tho
case all tho morning and at 1
o'clock had two other men arrest
ed for being connocted with it.
Ono of these is a steward on tho
Australia and tho other is tho
man who mot the women at tho
wharf and drove with thom in a
Hack to Bonani's room. The hack-
drivor has also beon found and
has told the polico all ho knows
of tho affair.
Tho two women in tho caso aro
young and exceedingly good-looking,
but appear more like Mexi
cans than Portuguese. When seen
by a Bulletin reporter after thoir
arrost thoy wero sitting in tho cor
ridor of tho station and appeared
somewhat disconsolate over tho
outlook. Thoy woro handsomoly
drossed. Tho polico aro congra
tulating themselves on tho break
ing up of a very Bmooth gan" of
smugglers, which has probably
been operating successfully for
At the present price of opium
in tho city $30, a pouud, Captain
Scott's capture last night is worth
'II10 ItlUalonnry Ulrniier.
Mrs. Parmeleo presided at a
mooting of tho Missionary Glean
ers' Society at Central Union
church yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
O. H. Gulick talked on missionary
work in Japan and tho socioty
passed resolutions donating $10 to
tho Woman's Exchange, $25 to
Frank Damon's Hotel street mis
sion and $10 por month for one
year to tho Kindergarten associa
tion. m Tho populist national conven
tion will moot in St. Louis in
Mme. Modjoska, the well-known
actress, is lying ill at tho Burnett
PROPERTY n SHOES
Luce's Auction Rooms
At 12 o'olook,
Wednesday, January 29th,
To be sold ot PUBLIC AUCTION
the fino properties, with dwellings,
on Kawaiahao and alsi on Queen
street, and tho entiro stock of
Shoos of C. Gertz, under foreclos
ure of mortgage, aB per advertise
ment of December 28, 1895.
A Rare Chance for Intending Purchasers
tho proporty boing centrally lo
cated and tho etook of shoos (hun
dreds of pairs), Ludios' Gent's
and '.Children's Boots, Shoes,
Gaiters, Slippors, Rubbers, etc.,
of all Sizes and Styles, Bufiiciont
for ono to open a shoe Btoro.
For particulars apply to
W. S. LUCE,
LIN SING KEE,
11 umber & Tinsmith
Do tier In Tin and Agate Ware.
All kinds of I'lumbtm; dono In a Satisfactory
Murmur at Lowest itatts.
213 4C3 Hotel St.
Latest' tT. S. Gov't Eoport.
A nickel platod wheel nut to a
buggy has boon found. Owner
can have tho Bomo by calling at
tho Bulletin Offico and paying
for this notice
Oil paintings of tho Volcano all
sizes and prices at King Bros,
Pictures repaired and refitted
with new paper margins which
covers those unsightly spots at
King Bros., Hotol streot.
A. J. Dorby. D.D S., Dontal
office Cottngo " No. 100, Alakoa
stroet, telephono No. 015. Office
hours 9 A m. to -1 p.m.
Don't leavo your pictures until
thoy aro ruined beforo having
thom framed. King Bros aro mak
ing frames so cheap now that it is
bettor to have your pictures at-
fnnrlnl In 4-linn fr wta)i vnn lmrl
W. S. Luco will sell at auction
tomorrow such a quantity of boots
and shoes ( hundreds of pairs,) as
would bo sufficiont to start a per
son in tho boot and shoo business.
Also a couplo of pieces of very
valuablo property. Considering
tho prospects for Honolulu's fu
ture, this is a prime chance to bo
curo two splendid pieces of real
estate at a bargain.
Thoro will bo a spocial salo of
Dr. Jaoger's Sanitary Wool TJn
dorwear at Trncy's, to rodnco
stock. Pricos will bo $3 por suit
for regular sizes, and $3.50 por
suit for extra large sizes. Ladies'
suits, ull sizes, wliito and natural,
at $8 ,er suit. Do not lot this
opportunity pass to got these
goods at much less than thoir
aluo. as tho salo will only last
il'stook is reduced.
By yesterday's Australia W. M.
Cunningham, proprietor of tho
Anchor Saloon, rocoivod a largo
supply of tho delicious Fredericks
burg beer, cold and fresh; abo, a
lot of splendid oystors from tho
Statos which aro as lino llavored
as any one can find in Honolulu.
Mr. Cunningham's affability and
his knowlodgo of what is attractive
to the palates of tho public is fast
gaining on onviablo roputation
for tho Anchor.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against Wirth's Pacifio Circus will please
present them for settlement.
Ho (linen To-
Owing to tho peformanco of
''Meredith's Old Coat"
For the bonofit of n charitable institution,
there will bo no performance by
WIRTHS' PACIFIC CIRCUS
Programtno for which will bo announced
SirLg Lee Co.?
602 KING STREET,
Opposite Metropolitan Meat Co.
FUrcSIrl :-: FKUITS
By every California steamer.
Importers of all kinds of Groceries, Fruits,
Canned Goods, Cljjuri and Tobaccos,
at Lowest Prices-..
Fresh Vegetables Altrays on Hund.
Tobacco and Clean.
Commissioner of Deeds
State of California.
Having been appointed and commissioned
a Commissioner ot Deeds for the State of Cal
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions and aftlria
vlts. To take and certify the acknowledgment or
proof of powers of attorney, mortgage,
transfers, grants, deeds or other Instruments
For the State of California !
A V m?AT? VENINGn BULLETIN OFFICE! ,. . . ' j&$
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LACES k EMBEOIDEEIES
N. S. SACHS
620, Fort Stroot, - -
AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
Silk IjaceS, latest patterns in black, butter, cream ond
"Wash. Laces of every description in whito, cream
Torchon Ijaces ! Torchon Laces !!
.New patterns, all grades.
Heal Maltese Lace and Insertions
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Embroidery -EdiliaS and Insertions in Swiss,
Nansook and Hamburg. Embroidery and Lace headings.
NOW TAKING STOCK
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET
Grand Clearance Sale!
at reduced prices as soon as goods are re-marked.
Everything Will Be Reduced.
Baby's first teeth need at
tention. With their proper
care is bound up the question
of perfect permanent ones, and
the charm that belongs to
bandsorao whito teeth. Care
for them constantly, and you
make possible one of tho chief
charms in men and women.
Aloha Tooth Powder is
splendid for children. It nev
er makes their tender gums
irritated. Its cidicious flavor
wins thom. Through ta uso
the permanent teeth come nat-'
urally and with little pain, and
are kept sound and beautiful
Aloha Tooth Powder is
made only by tho Hobron
Drug Co. Got it of them.
A YERY FINE THOROUGHBRED DUR
ham Bull, five yean old.
211-21 JAB. OARTY'S START .ES.
A meeting of the PACIFIC WUEELMEN
will be held at tbo offlco ot II. E. Walker,
on WEDNESDAY, January 29th, at 7:30
p. m. A mil auencinnoo is respootmiiy re
BY ORDER OP THE MEMBERS.
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. - . Honolulu.
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AID FOllT STREET
DOf T HESITATE MOMENT
About the best place to buy
PIEST-CLASS -:- PEED
California : Feed
of tho Comedy
"Meredith's Old Coat"
For tho bonofit of Kawaiahao Church
January 28, 1896, . ,
Curtain will riso promptly at
m ij i 1 . 1
xiutuib on unie exclusively at ' :v
Hobron Drug Co,
BOX PLAN NOW OPEN
f'. JSi' xjT. ' $W
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