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EVENING BULLETIN, MA11C1I 19, 1890.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Subject nt tho rovival tonight,
Tho American League Iiiih a
special ineoting tonight.
Ohas. Creighton yill defend
Juliou D. Hnyno at hid trial to
morrow. "Wilder fc Co. offer Departure
Bay coal, 22-JO lbs. to tho ton, de
Honolulu l?oyal Arch Chaptor
ot Masons will have regular moot
This is tho regular weekly
rehearsal night ol tho Y. M. C.
Tho Hawaiian band will givo a
concert at Thomas squtiro this
evening at 7:30.
Two Chinese woro arrested this
morning for assaulting ono ot
A mother and hor thrco daugh
ters woro divorced in ono day re
cently in Salem, 111.
Julia Pat Choo is under arrest
for dosorting tho bed and board
of her lord aud master.
Oflicor Hammer is acting as
night clerk at the police station in
tho placo of Qeorgo Sea, who is
Tho Dolineator for April and
tho Now Buttorick Patterns have
arrivod at Mrs. Hanua's on Fort
Tho small boy is now crazy on
tho subject of parachutes and somo
of thoso seen on tho streets aro
Tho sidowalk in front of Hio
stores of Wing Wo Tai and Wing
Wo Chan on Nuuanu street has
been lowered to conform to tho
In a change of advertisomont
today B. J?. Ehlors & Co. call at
tention to a fresh invoico of P. D.
corsets, of which thoy carry all
sizes in -stock.
Captain Tim Murray was una
nimously elected captain ot Com
panj JI last night. Tho election
av.is held to rectify an error in tho
Dr. Joseph Shaw, tho young
veterinary surgeon, has bought
tho promises recently occupied by
Dr. Bowat, aud will outer upon
tho practice of his profession.
The Diocesan Magazino, organ
of Bishop Willis of tho Anglican
Churoh, lias boon received. It
contains several articles of moro
than denominational interest.
Thb Archduchess Maria There
sa of Austria is said to bo tho
strongest woman in tho world
outside of a circus. Sho can lift
an ordinary man with ono hand.
Kahula (w), who died at hor
Waikiki residence Tuesday morn
ing, was buried at !3:U0 in tho
afternoon in tho Waikiki ceme
tery, undertaker Ed. A. Williams
Tho firm of A. L. Morris fe Co.
has been changed to "The Wash
ington Feed Co.," and is compos
ed of A. L. Morris and S.Lowden,
formorly of Voellor& Co., grocers.
Mr. Morris has gone to tho Coast
to return in two or threo weeks.
Tho Woman's Board of Mis
sions will moot tomorrow (Friday)
nt 2:30 p. m., at tho Central
Union Church, to hear letters and
journals, rocoived by tho Morning
Star, from tho ladies in Microne
sia. Miss Crosby will givo a
brief account of recent work
During tho hiBt run of tho Mo
nowai to San Francisco First As
sistant Engineer II. H. Cooper
wont suddenly out of his mind,
and had to bo confined in u strait
jacket. Ho was apparently ration
ul whon tho vessel docked, but tho
chances aro that it will bo somo
time beforo he fully recovers.
Tho examination of Julion D.
Hayno, who was served with a
penal summons yesterday which
charges him with committing a
nuisauco in tho publication of
coitain matter in tho Inst uumbor
of his magazine, comes off tomor
row morning. It ib likely Mr.
llavno will conduct his own do
onso. Carl Klonimo will on Saturday
opon his now cash grocory store
ut tho corner of Foil street and
Chaplain Imiu whoro ho will dis
poiiso staplo and fancy grocorios
to tho public. Mr. Kluiniiio is
nlii-niist. nf thn times, his hloelc is
tlfcjfc now and fi'twlt, ami by onoh fitoiim
w ho will recolvo the (lolicaoioH nf
thn Nunmm. A fruu tlolhery to nil
imrU nf ilm nity In aiiutlier point
In Mr. KlnmiiiH'n favor.
tiii: opiit.it oases
Trlnl nf llonlilun mill I wain Com- '
iiiijiccil Thl Iiiruln-i. I
About nu hour and a half was
wasted in tho District Court this '
morning searching for a compe
tent Jnpanoso interpreter in tho
caso of Iloshina and Iwata,
charged with having opium in
possession. Cliestor Doylo was
disqualified ' from, acting in his
usual capacity, boiug a witness in
Tho first witness for tho pro
secution was Masui, who was ar
rested at tho 'samo time as tho
othors. Masui testified that ho
know the defendants and where
thoy hed. That ho was at i
lloshina'B house about two
weeks ago last Sunday.
Thoro woro a number of Jap
anoso thero in different rooms.
On tho way homo to his room ho
mot iloshina and Iwata , again.
llion no received tlio opium.
Attorney ltobortsou for tho do
fonso objected to any ovidonco
about opium undor tho charge.
Tho witness continued: I was
talking with Hoshinn and Iwata,
Wont away to another place, thou
received the opium from Hoshinn.
Opium was in a tin box similar to
tho ono iu Court. That was all
Hoshina did. Thoy had promis
ed to bring mo tho opium boforo.
Don't know anything about tho
opium oxcopt that I received it
from Hoshina. It was not n pro
sont. I had no money. Prom
ised to pay $270 on Monday morn
ing to Hoshina. Don't know how
much opium was in tho
tin box but Hoshina said
thero was 20 tins. Hoshina
named tho price at tho time. I
gave the opium to Furuya aud
wont back to Hoshina afterwards.
Ho received tho money afterwards.
It was paper inonoy, S200. Furu
ya wont to tho Custom Houso with
tho money, and said Hoshina
would havo to wait till afternoon
for tho other S70. Thoro was four
fifty dollars bills. Furuya camo
with mo to tho bank, then went
back to Furuyn's, then to tho Cus
tom Houso to seo iloshina. I wns
arrested by Doyle on tho way to
tho Custom Houso and takon to
tho police station. I had tho
innnnv in mv tinnknt wlinn iii'rnaf.
wl l.......... .1.M .t 1. ...... il. zm I
v;ii. x'uiujib nut uJi liiivu lliu vlu
and Hoshina was to wait till 1
o'clock. I havo not soon tho tin
box sinco I was arreted. Tho
box was wrapped up in uowspapor.
I always went to Hoshina's when
I got a chance.
At this point tho examination
was continued until 1:30 p. in.
Marshal Brown ia prosecuting
the caso aud attorneys Neumann,
Davis and ltobortsou nro defend
ing. Tlio Vliltliitf Arllxt.
Mr. W. II. Hilliard sold threo
pictures yesterday to ono buyer,
who returned this morning and
bought as many more. Sinco his
arrival ho has sold thirty paint
ings nnd ho has orders ahead for
about a dozen more. As ho in
tends leaving with Mrs. Trumbull,
his business manager, for Japan
on tho 28th inst., these orders will
fully engross his time. Thoroforo
ho has placed his pictures not or
dered on exhibition and sale at
King Bros.' ait store, where all
intending buyers, as well as tho
public in general, may sen them.
Mr. Hilliard has been remarkably
successful in his brief stay here.
Ho will return next Juno.
!ivv Ullle lluucfl.
Tlio committoo of tho Hawaiian
Riflo Association which is charged
with tho selection of a now
range has found suitable quarters
on tho Houghtailing road, bohiud
tho Kamohamoha schools. Tho
property is to bo acquired by tlio
association by lease or otherwise,
aud arrangements nro in contemp
lation by which tho Sharpshooters
will uso tho samo rango and help
pay tho expense of keeping it up.
Manuel Costa was arrested for
being drunk last night and plead
ed not guilty this morning. After
hearing two witnesses for tlio pro
secution aud two for tho dofonso
Judgo do la Arorgno dooidod that
ho was guilty and fined him
twico tho usual amount. An appeal
was promptly takon, and is tho
first known from a conviction of
It is now possible to roach
Iiinimii, Alaska, from Ban Finn,
nini'o for SHI imhlii nnd $7.50
souoiiil uliiH fnroH, Tlioy nro $5
nnd 9g,60 from Bonlllo.
t , vtsiAsffjIMMlM rrh t , toUAh- .MMmtmi, .mMMldimmdmkm
Highest of nil in Leavening Power. Latest T.S. Gov't lloj'Ort.
Il L teEZzzzn
A half dozen years ago n
gentleman of Honolulu re
marked after buying and ri
ding a bicycle that "tlio day
will come when half of Hono
lulu will bo on wheels."
The remark or prophecy lias
become literally a fact, for who
is it who will not ride a bicycle
when they can get one Unit is
as reliable as tho Ivor John
This is a now wheel here
and it will take time to intro
duce it, but once it gets a hold,
or rather once it is seen on the
street and tried it will replace
nearly all the makes now sold
here. We f have the Iver
Johnson; it is a l.igh grade
bicycle of f89G pattern and is
sold under a guarantee. George
H. Paris 'will fide a Johnson
and you who aro used to
wheels and know a good ono
when you see it will recognize
at a glance the good points.
Wo have othors. Four
months ago a bicycle agent in
San Francisco in order to in
troduce his wheel took over
from tho proprietor of a cyclc
ry all the wheels ho had in
stock. Some were a week old,
others new, some had been
used a month. Thoy are as
good today as when the' left
the factory. Wo took the
whole stock at a bargain.
You havo a chance to get
them from us.
Von Holt Building.
Just -:- AiTived
A NEW INVOICE
P. D. . Corsets
Wo b?g to call si ccial attention to tho
K 0. LIKEN
Of which wo curry All Sizes iu fcitocli.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
VOELLER & CO.,
Itcad Lit of hK!iinHiuH:
Fata iIh i'dIb Girt , Am-luivlea,
Mushroom , M t i i t, LtmbuTgei,
Young America CIn'csc.
And Vail Lino o( Giocoiioi of Kuny
WurltiR lllook, ISiiioUuU Hticot, Honolulu,
A. V. GEAR.
'iyiephuiHtHQ, i i i i Ko.OW, KlDgil.
is our now inscctitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths nnd
insect pests of nil kinds.
It kills thoin instantly, des
troys tho eggs. Won't stain;
doesn't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. The great
valuo of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, where their nests are,
and thus destroy the eggs and
break up their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't do
what wo claim, we refund
money. You therefore take
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
Wo have Just Received a New
Shipment of tho
CIS rJrCB RATED
DANISH v BEER
In Light and Dark Brows.
Sold in Quantities to Suit.
H. HflCKFELD & CO.
lake an Outing4
. . . . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m.
mid 1:15 r St., arriving in Hono
lulu at .'1:11 nnd 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lrt Clfljs !2il Clnts
Pearl City r5 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wninniio 1 50 1 25
having hi:oi:ivi:d notice ov my
iiuubniuVs extreme illuuHn ut the 1'nliiula
Hospital iu Sau Francisco, I am compelled
to go to tho Coubt on Saturday uext. Dur
tug uiy ubseuco my IniBincHS will lu con
ducted by my uuiplojtoii aud I respectfully
ask that our former patrons continue their
Mud patrouao ns hcretofoie.
Honolulu, March 17, IS'JO. SSI-lw
NY A WIDOW LADY A8 IIOUSK"
l.oeiior 01 Companion; host of references.
, M US. J.. I, KliLSQ.
If55.tr ISM Tort Mitet.
A HRUUNIMIAND CVBIUAflB OH
TJnggy In k1 rdop, Apply to "v"
Elegant Wash Materials
N. S. SACHS'
New Prencli Organdies
KxqutRito Patterns in Light nnd Dark Ground!).
Printed Dimities and Muslins . . .
In 1'rltty Daln'y rip;un;s and Hair Stripes.
Fancy Piques and Cotton Duck
A LINK ASSOKTIuT.NT OK
Percales I Percales !
Stylifli Pattern- fur Shirt U'nit8.
A New Assortment. Choico Patterns.
FIGURED AND SOLID COLOR ART DENIM
SPECIAL BAltOAINS IN
Valencienne '." Lao.es !
Piano for $1.00
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying a Binglo big silvor dollar for tho privilege of guessing ltow
33ig -s- Ccaxicile
Will burn, now on exhibition iu our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
lnrgo show window. Cnll nnd oxnmino tho Pin.no. Every lovor of music
will recognizo tho suporior qunlities ot the "Fischer" Grnml.
Every purclmser of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is ontitled to a
guess. Wo have adopted this means of more ltirgoly advertising the
nigh merits of tho Fischer Piano.
The contest will tako placo on the
Hth DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held undor the porsouol supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
I ii22 COUPON Mo I
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
Height of Candle 4 Feet.
I fisher; pip
Valued ut gil-IO.
g H?" Tho nearest
m correct e;ui'88 Mill
m take tho l'lano.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
pj HONOLULU, H. I.
STILL GOING ON !
Our Closing Out Sale
IS TITE TALK OF HONOLULU.
Lnrpfe "Line oi Undcrwenr!
Lu.ijyo &?toclc oi'SilUs nnd StjvtiiiH I
Jsxi'fXti SlocIc oi Olotlis-; iintl jSo.i'jjfcs I
Lixvfto Sloclc oiVliito rIiiNlins I
Are being .sold during the month of Murch at Half Price.
A. G-reat Opportunity !
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
AN Ol'I'OHTUNlTV TO 1'UIU HAbK A
1'liiu lllouileil Dii.nirf Aldiiial, ixiioilt urn.
tlunnd nouiid In every rwpect, 1 ullcn.il hi 11
liny (U'ldlneli) .Mnrlu, ftji'urold, dun Kit
tle V li Volunteer 'llio lloun U lino
Oritur nnilKlvu otldewu o( hiluu wry fan.
'Iliumilimil Is ww In the liainU lan caiurt.
t." I'ur iHirllenlHr, niiU ti
m-'iv At IvBitlfllaiil VftiU 'I r.b.
Now Advortisomonts. '?
Contest Takos Placo on Juno 11th. $
Kill hi tliU Coupon ami iirifcut Mine to ns per- M
Kiniftllv oi lir mall, AC(.oniinulul li one dollar, ami In Ej
return uu fve joti tho choice uf one dollar's worth of j
KooiU Iroin our lare and vutli.il block, and nl the ri
t-umc time e will reiord jour plena ua follow a; 3
How Long "Will It Burn ? g
NOTICU IS I1KUKIIV (lIVl'.N THAT TUB
Meieantllo llutdnc lirrtlnforo carried nu In
Honolulu liy .loliu Tliotnas Wutcrlioutu will
he continued hy tin; iuulerl);iicd under the,
Htylo and niiiim of
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Tim shIiI hiinlni'M will be under thu Man
HKi'iiu'iit of Mu IhiMtr WATifiiiioimit who
villi nil (or me iiudir u full power ulattor.
ili!l,AIIHTII liOIJItM". WATIIIUIOWHU,
i:Miiilor n( nml tfiil Haw wiidor thu
Wmr.lnliiiT. Wiilthnw, Jr
llonnlHlH, ,Mnli l.llsV). !)IUSy