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EVENING BULLETIN, APJRIL 20, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Bund conceit tonight fit Eminn
Miss Ella "Wight came ovor on
Sco description o tho lloliuble
Hit- flrimkn rmicl tho usual h'no
in Judgo do la Vorgno's court this
Rudolph" Sprockols returned
from a quick tiip to Maui by yes
Tho cases o AV. Lycott for as
sault and Ah AVai for furious
driving Avoro nollo pros'd in tho
District Court this morning.
Two of tho government re
servoirs are about ompty. t Hard
ly enough wntor is running into
them to k'oop tho olectrie light
Tlio railroad excursions to AVaia
lino woro well attended thisweek.
1'our full carloads of excursionists
went out on tho fust train yester
Rev. Dr. Dillo in his dedication
sormon referred to Lord Tenny
son as a poot whoso laurels had
not yet found a brow worthy to
There woro forty-two casos on
tho Distiict Couit calondar this
morning, but owing to tho Julion
D. Hayno trial most of them went
over till tomorrow.
Emil Klemmo and G. Mueller
have preferred countercharges of
assault and battery against each
other and will forco Judge do la
Vorgno to sottlo their differences.
"When you have picturos to
framo it would bo well to romoni
bor that you got the benefit of 15
years' experience together with
honest treatment at lCing Bros.,
Alaniwas arrested this morning
on complaint of one Silva, a driver
of a milk wagon, who says that
during a quarrol Alaui showed a
pistol in his faco and thereby
scared him very badly.
Tho coloring of a photograph
adds life to the subject. King
Bros, havo some charming speci
mens done by their artist, who
has no equal for this kind of
work. Gall and see their collec
tion at King Bros., Hotel St.
Charge d'Affaires Ellis Mills
paid an official visit to tho Execu
tive building officials ou Satur
day. Tho guard was turned out
iu his honor. In tho afternoon
he visited tho U. S. S. Concord
and was accorded a saluto of
Deputy-Marshal Hitchcock and
a posse visited every houso of ill
fame in tho city on Saturday
night and notified tho inmates to
tako down all lace curtains, etc.
which would give an outsidor
any intimation of tho character of
tho houso and its inmates.
This is tho wook for moonlight
concerts. Tho band will play at
Emma squaro tonight, on Tuos
day at Thomas Bquare, Wednes
day at Makee Island and Thurs
day at Thomas squaro. On Fri
day night thero will probably bo a
concert at tho Hawaiian hotel.
Miss Phonio King mot with an
accident at the corner of Emma
and Berotania streets on Saturday
afternoon, which might havo been
much moro serious than it was.
Tho front wheel of her bicyclo
collapsed, but fortunately she was
going slow at tho time and alight
ed on her feet. Tho shock jarred
her hands bo that thoy were numb
for a time.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Males Jlettcr llreud and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Qiucer Fur Jt.
An omcini vi. u.
Captain Craig of tho U. S. S.
Coucord paid an official visit to
Prosidont Dole this morning, and
was rocoivod witli tho usual cour
tosios. Ho was presoutod to tho
ProHidnnt by Consul Gnnoral and
Charge d ' Airninw Ellis Mills,
and Major Potior did tho honors,
Mvh. Buriih tT, Miloholl, wifo of
Will. Mituholl, ilind quito Hllililon
ly yowtonluy, "god 2!) yuuirt mid 7
nioiitlw. Tlio (loooiiHiid limviw
four tiliililiun. tlio you nutwt mi
inrmit uhonl IM tlityH nM. Tli
fuimrHl will InU pluuu fruin lliw
Kibm of Douglu Cull Inn ou
liwul lrwl Ml I o'plot'k lliUwf-Utriiuuii,
MIEN D, HAYNE ON TRIAL
OlSR ItKSUMKD IV THE lUMItlcr
The Vnrlonn Wltneci F.xnmtiiml nml
Wliftt Tllry T.-ntlllcil 'I ( llic I'ron
edition linn Concluded.
Iu tho District Court boforo
Judgo do la Vorgno this morning
tho trial of Julion D. Hayno on
tho charge of boing a public nui
sanco was takon up again. At tho
previous hoaring tho foromati of
tho Hawaiian Gnzotto Company
was tho principal witness and his
testimony roforred to tho receipt
of tho manuscript and its being
put in typo.
"W. J". Forbes was tho first wit
ness this morning. Ho was
bunded a copy of tho December
January number of tho magazine
and testified: I havo seen this
book before. I first saw it at tho
Golden Rulo Bazaar on tho 4th of
March this year. I wroto my
namo on page 5 of tho book. I
bought it at Mr. Eoynolds' on
Fort street. Hayno was not
there. I did not notice where
tho book was published. "W.
O. Smith gavo mo tho monoy
to purchuso tho book.
I don't know that it is printed
in Honolulu. 1 havo not boon in
the business office of tho Hawaii
an. I can't say of my personal
knowledge that defendant has
printed and published this book
Jas. B. Castle, sworn : I am di
rector of tho Hawaiian Gazette
Company, I Baw and road two or
threo pages that formed part of
that issuo on morning of Decem
ber 1, 1895. Their character was
such that I would not allow tho
stuff to go out of; tho office. "Was
afraid of proceedings boing taken
against tho company. Procured
tho destruction ot tho issuo. On
cross oxamination Mr. Castlo said
tho edition was printed but not
published or circulated. I retain
ed ono copy which 1 handed to E.
P. Dolo. I had what was con
Btrucd.to boa con tract with Hayne.
It was written out for tho uso of
my lawyer. Am quito .sure none of
tho copies were circulated in Hono
lulu. The articlo "Fin do Sieclo Eo
public" was printed in tliot issuo.
Tho magaziuo identified by W.
J. Forbes was offered in ovidonco.
Georgo H. Paris identified a
letter ho wroto to Hayno concern
ing the contract.
Tho defendant's attorneys admit
ted that Hayno's placo of business
was on Fort street.
Tho prosecution thou rested its
case and argument began on tho
motion of defendant's counsel to
dismiss tho cuso, claiming that no
publication had boon raado in
this city, and that the words com
plained of were not such as would
bring tho defendant within tho
definition of "a common nuisance"
within tho moaning of tho law.
E. P. Dolo and L. A. Dickoy
represent tho Government, and
Messrs. Neumann, Croighton and
Davis the defonso. Tho argument
was still going on when tho Bul
letin wont to prosB.
Doulli or W. II. Smith.
W. H. Smith, tho well-known
carpontor, who formorly had a
shop on tho corner of Alakoa and
King fitroot, died at an early hour
this morning of pneumonia, aged
about (iO years. Tho deceased was
an old rosidont of tho city and
had many friends who will mourn
Mr. Smith was a mombor of tho
Masonic Toraplo squad of tlio
OitizoiiB' Guard and during tho
oxciting times of January a year
ago stood guard night aftor night
with tho writer on tho comer near
his shop. Whilo doing bo ho
contracted a Bovoro cold which
laid hini up for roiiio months and
from tho otl'cots of which ho never
Tlio funoral will t,ul;o plat-o to
morrow nftoi'noon nt ) o'clock
f i out tlio Into rosidonco,
Do you mod uuy't If ho wo
iiiin aIiow you u iminplnln Htonk
nml ut jii'loim tluil mo iiiiiuli lower
Hum liuvn boon ipiotml liurnlufoiii
In lluimliiliii nml llii uoixU nia
I ri 1 1 mill jii
iv, iilimil irnin Din
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Hlghost ofiil in Lcavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov'tRoport.
tolimoyonr town mowotH nnd Rnr
den lioso put in order, m 1 uutlcipiito tak
ing n vacntiou by tho Wououui dt'io ou or
about tho thirtieth inst. i
Your onloni by tolepliono will bo promptly
attended to. Telqihoiio 852.
ST. F. BURGESS
Simple, Safe, No Smoke, No
A vory handsome stovo, profusoly
nicklcd, bonutilully Japanned nnd orna
mented nud Btrongly built. Baking, Cool,
ing nnd. if necessary, washing can bo done
at tho same time.
show whether tho burners
are closed. This not only
ensures simplicity, but is
because tho burners can
not bo done further than
Tht oven flamo is
stronger than either top
llame, therefore baking
can be done to perfection
in a short time.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, and 210 Front
street, San Francisoo, Cnl.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants.
m wJXwFi'rUfl't . i I ''f till ji. lyjoCi
REAL ESTATE !
QUEEN HOTEL and COTTAGE
Situated on Nuuanu Avonuo.
Tho Hotel has twenty woll-light-od
and woll ventilated rooms.
Tho Dining Room is spacious
and airy, nud thoKituhon is fur
nished with a raugo and a spe
EAGLE HOUSE and OOTTAGH
A promises woll adapted for a
hotol or firriUuhiHH boarding
Iiouho. J ii good condition,
"MOUNTAIN V1UV," Niuiunu
Yalloy, A bountiful and dimir.
ablo looiilion: within iicciwh of
town, and yoi pimHUdHing all of
tlio(mliiiiiH(if a mountain homo,
A iiHiiiulHliiwlnmin llowHtlnniiuli
tlio nropuity, mid w wiml null
flD'nUllIM IllHftr Hllll MHI-Mlll
H& Kur riiilliwi' imillwulHrii, apply u( Hm (JllKm uf
18HO, Twenty-Two I3ounilR.
When You Buy a
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion ono that won't broak
down wkon you'ro ton
miloB from homo. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
STEiililNQ has boon on tho
market livo years. Tho
Stkhlino costs S110. If
you want to know moro
about it, sond for our Art
Catalogue, mailed freo to
any addross, and you will
Terms: S10.00 down, balanco
S2.C0 a wook or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
BISSELL THOMAS. HUGH P. KING.
320 MERCHANT STREET
Old Bulletin Building.
Collections Promptly At
Money Delivered the Day of Collection.
water. Sovoral acres of land, a
house, two cottages, a barn and
fiorvants' quartors aro iuoludod
in tho offer.
12 ACMES of 1U0E and TAKO
LAND-Situated on tho Rail
road botwoon Pearl City and
tho Pen insula. Two housoa and
a windmill uro on tho promises,
"Uimoli lots at low prices nnd
LoIh with lioiiHUN, lots without
llOIIHOri, llOUHOrt willlOIll lotri.
PKAHIiUITY liOTH Anyolov
iillou, iIimIiiiIiIoiiiiiI iilmiip. Now
iNtliAtliiio to uoUiMJimtiy lioiuu
lit II lOlltiilllulllll JH'IfJI.
THE il &
BETAKE THE LEAD -J
The E. & G. Summer Corset !
The R. & GL Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
The 3?. 1ST, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Riding Corsot.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waists !
Try thom, you will like them.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset Waists!
Porfect fit for all age1? brst for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will not pull off; cord eilgo button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on hip to Bocuro hoso supporters.
Ki3" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
WITH EVERY $3.00 PURCHASED.
B Vo want monoy and in order to got it offer tho
largest Btock of DRESS GOODS ovor brought
to Honolulu at unheard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Summor Goods iu endless va
riety. Desirablo stylos in oxclusivo patterns.
Cotno in and look at our Btock. . . . "JX
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
TELtrnoNE 53. gjfl BCSr P. O. Pox 222.
Oalui Lumber Building Co.,
ICing Street, near Onbu Itnilvrny & Laud Co. 'a Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Gontractors and Builders.
IMI'OIlTEItS AND DEALEI18 IN
Doors, Sash, IBlinds, Taints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
A thorough canvass of the
glass markets of tho United
States was necessary before
tho stock wo offer you could
bo gathered together and only
such an outlet as Diuiond's
could justify such a collection
of glassware. Tho benefit is
yours in lessened prices on
wanted dependable, wanted
goods; tho benefit is ours
through increased business
such soiling makes for us.
No such spring distribution
has cotno before.
Muny of tho articles aro
duplicates of those wo had
when tho storo opened; a Rose
bowl at 20 cents was an in
novation to Honolulu, we
didn't expect it would be, and
tho stock was not half big
enough. Now wo can supply
Huso Jioft'ls aro not tho onl'
articles; wo'vo jugs ofnll sorts;
salad bowls, buttor dishes; ber
ry dishort, sugar bowls ami
ClicmpnoHH in price and
iiloyiiiico in imlily (liHliiig
uiuh thom from tint hoiLhoIiI
in oLliwr nIiu)n. Tliuy imi in
lliitluiiM nf Out diwiyiiH
lilliifet pncii cut yliiMi,
Vmi IhJt IIuiWIuk.
Tlic IlawaiianNcws Co.,L'd
Morclium Street, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers,
iJ-P"17 '' arBcst AiBodment in
theso linos of any house on tha Islands. No
Just Received a oonRignment of
Vose & Sons, Scliiller & Smith ana Barnes
jT Special attontion called to tho last
named to thoso who vrant a good Piano at
a niodernto nrieo. Wo bell Pianos on the
tVo Jtlnnurncture Ilnbber Ntampi.
rc Ihlaud orders solicited. Givo ns a
trial and wo guarantee satisfaction.
Take an Outing
Trains will It'tiVo at !);1C A. m.
niiil 1:1C p. M.,nriiviiR iu Hono
lulu at !i:ll ami 6-M l'. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ponrl aity 75 HO
I3wn I'limUIIun... I 00 75
Wilnni.ii 1 r0 1 U5
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