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EVENING BULLETIN, MAROH 2, 189G.
(S Evei)ir?$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, MAROII 2, 189G.
It is surprising bow low somo
aowspnpors will stoop in nttompt
5ag to vilify people who rofuso to
dJo business with them. The- Star
5s Snturdny's issiio undertakes to
call Messrs. Cameron and AVirth
"loafers," drunkards nud other
3ct names in a wild endeavor to
Bwrm tlio business rolations thai
WirtU's circus has with tho en
liro community. A member of
3!io Star stuff was heard to remark
flwhen asked why ho attacked
5ho circus) that it was be
cauKo they refused to put up,
and still another one told Mr.
Cameron that as long as thoy had
started to "ronsf tho circus thoy
would continue especially if tho
Bulletin saw lit to champion their
vmise. This was practically admit
ting that thoy wore in tho wrong,
ftut if thoy retracted at this lato day
St would make them tho laugh
ing stock of tho town. Poor Stor,
that need not have worried thorn,
is they nro laughed at most of tho
lime by the llonolulu public.
Messrs. Cameron nnd"Virth spend
jQoro uiouoy in one day in Honolu
lu than tho entire Star staff spends
iu a week. Thoy do not buy as
much exchange on tho U. 'S. as
somo of tho Star people, but as to
ilie necessaries and luxuries of
lifo these gentlemen circulate moro
money in twonty-four hours than
lho entire Slur bluff does in a week
r oven in a month, and it is com
monly remarked tnat these gon
tlomen lmvo a first-class case of
Saturday's Star Tho circus
proprietor and manager have bo
Tiavcd like a pair of wolves. Their
quarrel with this paper began
whon thoy woro refused tho "speci
ll rates" for advertising thoy said
ihoy woro given olsowhore. Then
ihoy claimed tho insertion of ly
ing' puffs from their own literary
lureau as a right and thou tho
Star dropped them.
Whew! This is bad. Tho Star
'bopped thorn. Poor "Wirth, dis
aoiiHolnto Cameron, how bad thoy
aKist feel to bo dropped by a
Hoiler-pluto, blanket sheet non
aows giving paper like the Star.
That tho Star is tho only paper
Shat reachos 'all tho-pooplo was
jtroven Saturday. After thoy had
lied about and vilified tho "Wirth
combination for a day or two tho
largest crowd of tho season gather
ad to witness a first-olass por
lormanco and ono that gave satis
iaction notwithstanding the Star's
-jositivo assurance that it would
io a fako. Thon thoy say that
for tho few capable porformors
lho Star has rospoct. This is
"STidently intonded for Prof.
Trice, as there is a possibility of
3iis remaining hero u short time,
srnl the Star wants to "catch" him
lor an advertisement. Tho "Wirth
combination refused to givo tho
Star any moro advertising patron
xgo because they saw that it was
throwing money away. Thon it
vurf in brdor to whip them iuto
line; in this they lmvo failed
signally. Acknowledge tho corn,
Mr. Star, and don't make a fool
of yourself any longor.
THE GRAND ARMY BENEFIT.
Tho Star boos fit to insinuate
in an underhand, ambiguous way
that tho Grand Army Post was
robbed by Messrs. "Wirth and
Cameron at the benefit perform
ance lately given. In an in
torviow had with Mr. "Wright
today ho Btated that tho com
bination received $200 for tho
performance, that was tho prico
fixed beforehand, and Mr. Wirth
did not expect or ask for moro,
and tho way iu which tho Star
endeavors to throw discredit on
Messrs. Cameron ond Wirth is
disgraceful, especially as theso
gentlomon had nothing ia do with
tho sale of ticknts.
lO 1IK I!I:lI NI-..YT MAY.
Tiic HcsiitlH r I tie lliitviillim !(
At ii meeting ot tho Hawaiian
Rowing Association hold Inst Sat
urday afternoon, it was finally
decided to cliango tho timo of tho
annual regattas from Soptombor
to May for many reasons, pro
minent among which wob tho de
sire to sok'ct a cooler period of
tho year for tho necessary (.inn
ing. Tho tiino fixed in tho second
Saturday in May, which this year
falls on tho 9lh.
Thero will bo no change in tho
program prepared for Inst Sep
tember, mid lho coming regatta will
consist of two four-oared practice
sholl races for seniors and juniors;
one six-oared sliding seat and
one six-oared stationary seat
bargo race and a single sculling
Tho races will tuko place over
the Pearl harbor courso and tho
entry fees and prizes will bo tho
sumo as announced lust Sep
tember. The rogntta commilteo consists
of Claronco Mucfarlono of tho
Ilealnnis, W. C. Parko of tho
Myrtles and ,). S. Low of tho Loi
lunis. Tho Ilculani club had two
four-oared crows out yesterday,
and practice will now comnionco
in earnest with tho clubs.
A l'lut' Akccnt.
Tho balloon ascent and para
chute leap Saturday was under
tho direction of that famous bal
loonist Prof. Prico. That tho affair
was a success was duo to his
ability in that particular lino.
His balloon "Whito WiuRs" made
a beautiful picturo and Mr. Burns,
who mado tho ascent, looked like
a small-sized mosquito after ho
got above 4000 feet. A repetition
would undoubtedly draw a largo
Messrs. Wirth and Cameron do
siro to extend their hoarticst and
most sincoro thanks to tho polico
department and all government
oilicials for their thoughtfulness
and fair treatment during tho so
journ of tho circus company in
A FIRST CLASS
GEBMiN : DINNER
Wednesday -:- Evening,
March i, 1S'.0.
A.t O O'clock Sharp.
3" Musio and Donoing at
8:'.0. Pino Band in Attendance.
Price - 7octs.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats.
Tho ougiuul b m nd.
Different from unci bettor than nuy other brand,
&JV For sale by nil Lending Grown.
FKANK B. PETERSON & CO.
For It !
F- j -
JS?" A Very Largo As
sortment at Very Low Prices.
Auction Sales by If. 8. Luce.
On WEDNESDAY, Mnrch 4
AT 12 O'0L60K NOON,
At tho Jewolry Establishment of THOS.
LINDSAY, Morcbnnt streot, I shall sell,
on nccount of his departure,
his Entire Stock of
Jewelers' Tools, Etc.
A'so, some Very Vino
Kjff" A raw chanoo tor tho trndo and
public to obtain good article- jt n bargain.
W. S. LUCE,
On WEDNESDAY, Mm Hi A
N AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I shall sell nt tho Cil cum Tent, rnruvr !
1'ort nud I'crotnuia sticets, s.iy
IW A B'J1 onporlniilty to obtain uco-1,
strong nud cutnfortublu beats at a baigmn.
W. S. LUCE,
BM S B gpaatum11 JJBP-
THE COMPTOMETER PERFORMS
DIVISION, ETC, ETC.
At the World's Co
the Comptometer re
ceived the highest
award on adding and
aj-JTCall around and
seo this time-saving
machine; computes in
terest, discount, ex
A. V. GEAR.
Agent for tho Hawaiian Is.
GOO King Street.
Olearing Out Sale!
Auction Sales by Jas. F, Morgan.
COFFEti ESTATE AND LANDS
I nra directed to bcII atl'ublh' Auction on
Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 13 o'clock noon ot cald day at my Bales
rooms on Queen street. In llonolulu (unless
fooner dltiiosed of nt private salo) tho follow
lng described property, namely:
A tract of land of about 1!J00 acres-In tie
simple situate at Kolo and Olclomoana 1 Iu
South Kona, Inland of. Hawaii, about eight
miles by a good road from Ilookcna, one oi
tliu largest villages In Kona. Tlicro Is an ex
ri'llcnt landing on the land Itself from wliero
tho collce and other produco could be slilntd
nd a good stto for a mill near tho landing.
Fifty acres of lund are In collce. Itoughly es
timated thcio Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid colfec land lying all on one block on
both sides of the Government lload. Klght
1 hi ml red acres Ijlng above and to tho Hastof
the seven hundred actes above mentioned Is
also excellent land and although nt n higher
altitude Is no doubt also well adapted fori
coiieo cimurc. 1110 loner land ueuiw mo
colfeo belt U sultnole forplueapples and sisal.
Thero Is a drjlng house, eloro nud work
rooms, n Goidon's I'ulpcr, laborers' quartern
and water tanks ut tho plantation, nud the
land Is partly walled Thcio has never been
any blight on lids laud, although eolfeu was
planted n great manv jeaM-niro. Old residents
of Knun U'ctlie late 1). II N'ahimi, J. W
Kiinluioku mid otliiT have testitled to thU
fact. There Is a pen fMicrj appurtenant to
Terms cash or part of tho purchase, price
can remain on mortgage at elulit per cent per
annum. Deeds and stamps nt the expense ol
A map of tho property can bo soon dud fur
ther particulars obtalnul at my sales rooms.
J. F. MORGAN,
211-td ' Auctioneer.
j L .ax jk:
Roducctl from $3 to $2 per Doz,
j. p. eooeiGUES,
Fort Street, opposite llackfeld's.
A Nervy Lot o Nico Goods Just
Received, denning nntl Re
E OFFER FOB SALE
New :, Shipment
Of tho Well-known
A LIFE SIZE',
One Dozen Photos of the:. Slttec-'
KiTI tho ZavTEST OFFER .M-o.lmve
3'ortrait and Landscape
ta .,.. WN,
DOIU'T HITJTE MOMENT
About tho best tdaca to buy
FIRST-CLASS -:- PEED
California : Feed
pyjfto J-ike Ours,
i I lu Go On Groceries
Every mice wo quoto is tlio lowost. Wo
intend to koep onr prices nhwys tho lowest.
If thoy ro wot bring your purchase buck
niul Ket tho money. '1'hat'ft our stnndiuR
offer. Oonipmo our piicos oonsidsr thut
quuhty is tho choicest-and hoo il such
prices nro to be found olRowhoro..
" Quick, Free Delircry.
Ilotol street, opp. Arlington Aiinex.
No. 117 Bolhel st., between King nud Ilotol
Clothing- Mado to Order
IN TIIC LATF.ST STYI.K.
Satibfaction Guaranteed for Good Fit.
0.1tY WltlTK IiABOn IiMPLOVED.
llcpnlrlng and Clrnnlng- a Kpcclalty.
R. C. A. PETERSON,
CtiGlum House Btokorf
jSTotary -:- Public,
Genera Business Agent,
Collections carefully nttouded to.
E" Offlco with II. E. Walkor. Cum.
mius Block, Merchint Btreet. 2:8-tf
To Let or Lease.
THE RESIDENCE Of-' IIKS. A. LONG
ono niilo from postofllce. Largo houso with
furnituro. Four bod rooms, parlor, larno
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath looms
hot and cold water, with patent olosots'
norvaut houses, stables, horso paddock'
garden and trees. A charming location. '
Apply to J ALFIIED MAGOON.
Mcrolmnt st next Fostofllcoi
DR. JENNIE L HILDEBRAND,
Offlco: Corner of Fort aud rorotonla
Office nouni 0 toll . ,., i to 4 p
Sundays, 0 to 10 , nj, '
H. HflCKFELD & CO.
Watchmaker and Jowelor,
Aunt .Abbey. S F. AGENTS
:Mtd: -Jk Mtsd.C.,
Wh'i riXl'i .&
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