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Vol. 1. No. 348.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Beautiful nnd Stylish.
An Endless Variety.
NO. 18 FORT S
Notico is Iioroby given that tlio
undersigned liuvt on tho 25th day
of Juno, A. D. 189(5, purchased
from Messrs. AVong Ohong and
Kg Gung, Assignees of thn estate
of Ting SangAVni Co., a bank
rupt of Wnilun, Island of Kauai,
II. I., nil lonsoe, buildings, horses,
oxen, pigs, fowls, tool9, imple
ments and everything connected
with the abovo named Ting csnng
AVni Co. Rico Plantation.
Dated at Honolulu, Juno 21th,
OHEONG HUNG TTAI CO.
PAKTIES REQUntlNG PURE
Italian Bees or Queens
C2u Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
THE LAST DAYS
m S AL F,
To close out tho Full Line of Goods placed in Our Salo a still
Further Reduction is made in all Classes of Goods.
HATS nnd CAPS, from a Turn O'Shautor to a SILK BEAVER.
Rlbbana, Laces sad Embcaliestes still a Great Variety I
BEAUTIFUL TERRY QUILTS Marvolously Cheap.
LADIES' and MEN'S HOSE in Black Stripes and Bnlbriggan.
Men's Drawers and Undershirts.
COSTUMES AND JACKETS.
A Largo Soloction of FLOWERS, lOo a Bunch.
;J. T. WATERHOUSE,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
"Will relievo tho most dis
tressing cough, sootho
tho Inflamed membrane,
looson tho phlegm, and
Induce refreshing sleep.
For tho euro of Croup,
Whooping Cough, Soro
Throat, and all the pul
monary troubles to which
tho young uro so liable,
there is no other remedy so effect- ,"
A Record of nearly 60 years
Gold Medals at (he World's Chiel Exposition.
2T Tho tiamn, Ayor'n Cherry Pectoral,
It promlni'iil mi tliu Miumicr iiml n Mown
In the kIhds ut cuili Lottlo. Ti'.ku no uhoaii
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agonts for tbo Republic of Hawaii.
t3T My Ilack docs not tip in this ronn
nor, no ninttor how weighty tho load.
Hack No. 14
E TELEPHONE 176 jgz
Standi Bethel nnd King t roots.
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Can Furnish tho Base
Offlos, Fort streot, oppodito Catholic School.
Telophono 2.11, 412 nnd 100.
BST" Ordor&proraptly attended to.
A SMALL BLACK AND WHITE JAP
ancse Spaulol; a suitable toward will bo
paid for its return to tho Arlington Hotel.
37-tf THOS. KRODSE.
RAIDING AN OPIUM DEN
OI.EVS-.U CAPTUKK OP A CIIINKSK
Olllcorg John l'crnni'ilc mid iJoorco
Hen Dlnicnliio 'IIiciiihcItph unit
HIiiUc uii Important Cniituro.
Tho oxistonco of an opium smok
ing don in tho vicinity of King
and Maunakea streots has long
been known to tip police, but up
to last night ils exact location
could not bo asdortainod. From
information obtained from an in
formor, however, Lioutonant John
Fernandes, familiarly known as
John Jack, nnd George Soa, tho
offiolont and popular clork of the
polico station, determined to make
a raid on a certain room in tho up
por part of tho building
on the corner of King and
Maunakea streot and over tho
pork butcher shop of Yoo Wo,
and see what was going on thore.
Disguised as two Chinese of
tho agricultural class and pro
ceded by tho informer, tho two
officers went to tho house and to
tho uppor story. From a room on
tho second floor tho informor led
them to somo Btops which thoy as
cended. They woro so narrow
and steop that only ono man could
stand on a step. At the head of
thofeo stops was a door just
wide enough to ndmit ono
person at a timo, which
evidently led to a room concealed
uudor tho roof. Tho informor
whispered tp George Sea, who was
behind him, to watch his chance to
got in tho door, while Lioutonant
1'ernandes, with his hand on a
cocked piatol, brought up tho roar.
Tho informer knocked on tho door
and a Small winkot wna nnnnnd
After a few words in Chinese, thoi
uoor wab cautiously opened and
tho informor passed in. Georgo
Bea jumped up tho last step aud
tried to pass in, but tho China
man became alarmed at some
thing in his appearance and tried
to closo tho door. Tho officer,
however, had got his head and
arras in and by a desporate effort
throw tho dooi- open, tho China
man sprawling on tho floor.
Fernandes followed before tho
Chinaman could recovor himsolf.
As Sea burst in tho door another
Chinese lying in a bunk mado
a lunge at him with a knifo which
luckily missed him. Fernnndes
saw tho attempt and quickly laid
tho Chinaman out with tho butt
end of his revolver.
When tho Btrugglo wns over
tho officers found themselves in
a rooni about six by oight feet,
containing one lnrge bunk cover
ed with matting such as is used
by opium smokers On this
bunk was tho Chinaman who
had tried to stab Sea and
another who had evidently
just boon disturbed from an opium
slumber. Tho door koopor was
identified as the man tho officois
woro after. His name is Loo
Kok and ho has long boon
known to tho polico as' an
opinm doalor, but ho is a very fly
bird and horotoforo tho police
have never boon able to catch him
in tho act. Ho rents tho ontiro
building and sublets to othors.
Before leaving with their pri
soners, who had quickly beon
handcuffed, tho oflicors made a
thorough search' of tho room.
Bosides tho knifo thoy brought
down to tho polico station thirteen
lichoo nuts filled with opium, a
number which had lately been
emptied of thoir contents, together
with a miscellaneous collection of
lamps, pipes and other parapher
nalia used in opium smoking.
Tho door of tho don willalso
bo used in evidence. It is mado
of heavy planking, so heavy that
a Blodco hammor would havo little
offeot on it. It is just larco
enough for a man to pass through
tho opening it filled. To protect
tho door on tho inside woro three
wooden round bars about six
inches in diamotor, which fitted
into holos in tho floor and
abovo. By an ingenious ar-
rangoinont tho door-koopor in
side could raise or lower thoso
bars at will. "When tho bnrs were
in plnoo tho don was almost im
pregnable, as only ono man could
stand ou tho step'i outside at a
Tho capturois regarded as ono
of the most important mado by
tho polico for some time, and tho
officers concerned nro entitled to
much oredit for the neat way it
was effectod. There was consi
derablo personal risk in the un
dertaking. Charges of keoniug an opium
resort, smoking opium and resist
ing an officer woro placed against
the Ihroo prisoners, after thoy
had boon escorted to tho polico
nrivHvrimr: op tub kixait.
An Uiiuannl I.nraro Crowd nt the
WkniT till Morning.
The doparturo of tho Kinau is
getting to bo an evont second only
to that of tho departure of the
Australia, and from present ap
pearances tho Kinau wharf will
soon havo to bo eularged to ac
commodate tho crowd who ilock
to tho landiug on tho arrival and
doparturo of tho steamer. Major
Pangborn and wife woro promi
nent among tlio departing pas
sengers this morning, and
their friends had covered
them with lois. Tho flower
girls woro out in force and did a
rushing business. The Btoamor
was detained a short time as usual
by thqtardy arrival of consign
ments of freight, which would try
the patience of any purser, oxcopt
a Honolulu one. Louis Konako
was on timo with tho outgoing
mail as ho always is, and somo of
the uptown morchants might try
to rival his punctuality. Follow
ing is a comploto list of tho Ki
For Maui and Hawaii, por stmr
Kiuau, July 7 Vol.: Miss Goaron,
Col. McDonald, Col. Guonthor,
Miss Guonthpr, Mrs. Usnor, Z. K.
Pangborn nnd wife, Miss Julia
Perry, Miss Flora Perry, "V. G.
Pierce and wife, Frank Barwick.
"Way ports: Father Bonavontura,
Ronald Kennedy, Master Robort
son, Mrs. Mnholona and 3 chil
dron,Miss (JuinUjMiss Ella Quinn,
Hattie Kuiholani,Miss J. Brockie,
Miss C. Snow, David Smith, Win.
Forbes, Mrs. J. A. Kennedy, Mrs.
Brown.Miss Nolte, Miss Smithies,
Mrs. W. N. Johnson, Mrs. Goo
Kim aud daughter, E. J. McCand
less, J. U. Kuhia, A. Simonson,
Mrs. Simonson, Mrs. Nawahi, K.
Hoshina, Aunio Umeamaka, Mary
K. Nailima, Eric Gay, Freda Gay,
Ivy Richardson, Mrs. Norrio and
Borvaut, Miss M. Horner, Sam
Dowsott, Theodore Wolff, Oapt.
Ross, Mrs. Cioighton and
daughter, MissAlico Lishman, T.
J. Jliggins, wifo and sou, Mrs.
Parkor and child, H. S. Town
Bond, Laura Perrcs, B. H. Brown,
Jr., R. Bond, Mrs. Bioknoll and
son, Dr. McKibbin, Miss Low,
Miss Holen Parkor, Miss Boll,
I. (. O. V. Iimtalliitlou.
Harmony Lodgo, No 3, 1. O. O.
F., installed its officers for the
prcsont term last night, as follows:
Noble Grand, Dr. O. T. Rodgors;
Vice Grand, O. L. Soronson; Sec
retary, Goo. A. Tumor; Troasurer,
J. A. Magoon; Warden, T. P.
Sovorin; Conductor, Paul J. Vool
ler; Guardian, O. F. Horriok;
Chaplain, J. L. Dumas; R. S. N.
G., D. T. Lawrence; R. S. V. G.,
Capt. Paul Smith; L. S. V. G.,
Littio Timo Loft
There is not much time loft in
whioh to see Hugo Fishor's exhi
bition of oil nnd water color pain
tings at tho Pacific Hardwaro
Co.'o rooms. Tho works have
boon doscribod in tho papors to a
limited extent, but ono must boo
tho exhibition to fully appreciate
Tho work of excavating nnd lay
ing tho foundations for tho now
Lovo block on Fort streot is ap
proaching completion. No coral
was oncountorod in oxcavnting.
UNDERWOOD AND MORROW
K1AKE TIIEIIt AITKAItANC'i; II K-
rone junot: wii.rox'.
KntcltiiiniRlinn TpIIi IIom n timlir
j or CIiliieHC Axuitiilteil tllm nml
Throw IIIm Wife In u I'ontl.
In tho District Court this morn
ing, Judgo AVilcox occupying tho
woolsack or tho plnco whoro it is
supposed to bo, tho cases' of Paddy
Curtis, skipper of tho yacht Spray,
and Undorwood and Sheridan, or
Morrow as ho profors to bo called,
Curtis is charged by tho other
two with the larcony of certain
sails belonging to tho yacht. Ho
pleaded not guilty and the caso
was sot for trial tomorrow.
Tho charge against W. P. Mor
row alias Shoridan iB violating
tho provisions of soction 1, chap
ter 51 of tho Penal Code, in Ho
nolulu on July 3d, in that ho did,
not being a person authorized by
law so to do, carry a certain dead
ly weapon, to wit, a pistol, con
trary to tho Btatuto in such cases
mado and provided. Tho chargo
against F. Underwood is for
violating soction 0 of chapter 41
of tho Ponnl Codo in Honolulu on
July 3d, in that ho did instigate
ono W. P. Morrow to commit an
.offenso by commanding tho said
W.P.Morrow, said W. P.Mor
row boing thon nnd thoro armed
with a deadly weapon, to wit, n
Iiistol, to kill and murder ono
Patrick Curtis. Both theso cases
woro set for trial on tho 10th nt
tho request of tho dofoudants.
In the trial of Lock Kau, Ah
Song, Ah Kai, Ah Pun and Ah
Ko, charged with assaulting ono
Kaleikumahoa, tho complaining
witness testified that while ho was
fishing in a ditch under his charge
Ah Kau told him to go away. Ho
refused and Ah Knu pulled off
his frock and wanted to fight. Ho
blow a whistle and tho other
Chinese enmo. Thon Lock Kau
pushed his wife into the fishpond
whilo tho othor defendants pulled
him down. Ah Pun struck him
with a long stick and Ah Kai
punched him with another whilo
Ah Ko throw stones at him whioh
struck him in tho hands nnd thigh
nnd altogether ho had an extreme
ly hard timo of it for awhilo. Tho
Court found all tho defendants
guilty. Lock Kau was fined S5
nnd tho othors S2 each with costs.
Throe liquor cases woro sot for
trial ou tlm 9th aud tho trial of
tho throo Chinese whoso arrest in
an opium don by oflicors Fernan
dez and Sea is dotailod in another
column was set for tho 11th.
Suburban I.otH to be Hold by J. p.
Klorsnu at Auction.
Tomorrow is tho day for the
salo at auction by James F. Mor
gan of rosidonco lots on the Wai
kiki road. Tho salo will tako
placo at 12 noon at Mr. Morgan's
salerooms on Queen stroot. Every
body who has travolod a littio on
tho Waikiki road knows tho loca
tion of theso homesteads, ono of
tho two areas having boon occu
pied for years by Claronco Mac
farlano's turkey ranch. It is just
nt thn spot that has boon solcutod
by visiting artists of lato, as tho
viewpoint for sketching somo of
tho finest scenery ou this island.
Tho air is superb out thoro also,
as people riding along tho road
always notico tho invigorating
breezo from tho mouutains, blow
ing gratefully upon them whon
ovor tho bond is turned into that
stretch of the road.' Convenient
to town by carriage, saddle, car,
cyolo or oven shanksmaro locomo
tion, this tract is ono of tho most
desirablo for rosidonco iu nil Ho
nolulu delightful suburbs. Got
in on this sale and secure proper
ty that is bound to increase in vn
luo with tho continued dovolop
mont of Honolulu.
TSWDniH VOtt LAUNDRY.
Contrnct Awnrileil to the Second
Following are tho bids received
at the Interior Offico for tho con
struction of n twenty room laun
dry at Iwitoi:
Oahu Lumber and Building
J. B. Council 270(5
R. Howio 2817
J. Ouderkirk 2818
F. H. llrclwitnl 2915
H. Dofiies 2955
Sinclair & Walker 2997
J. A. Buttorfield 3220
W. Wagoner 3250
Tho contrnct has boeii awarded
to J. B. Connell, tho second low
est bidder. Between opening of
tho tenders nnd awarding tho con
tract, thero was a good deal of
talk down town about "bidding
against Chinese," reforonco being
to tho corporation that mado tho
lowost tender. It will be noticed
that thoro is somo close figuring
between different bids, although
tho gap is wide enough botweou
tho highest and lowest.
1'rnbmo Mutter Habeas Cirpiti
riupreme Court Term l;nd.
Chas. D. Chase petitions for pro
bato of tho will of his deceased
wifo, Gertrude Wolf Chase, ,in
which ho is named as doviseo,
legntoo and oxecutor. Tho pro
perty consists of real estate in
Gormauy of value unknown and
personalty in Honolulu valued at
235. Tho will waa executed
May 1, 1891, iu presonco of Hen
ry Congdou and Thomas Lindsay.
Sarah A. Davis petitions for
lottorB of administration to her
solf on the estate of hor lato hus
band, Moss Davis, consisting of
$13,500 cash. Tho heirs known
to petitioner are herself and threo
sons Aaron and Charles of Now
York and David Honry Davis of
Judgo Porry is still hearing tho
habeas corpus caso relative to M.
D. Monsarrat's children.
The Supromo Court completed
tho hearing of tho calendar for
tho Juno term yesterduy.
CLHAKlXtt oirr r.AI,i:.
Clrand Opportunity for StorcKocpom
nnd lh tiencrnl Public.
H. AY. Schmidt Sc Sons announco
a clearing out Bale of a great
variety of merchandise, somo of
tho loading Hiiob of which aro
listed olsowhore. Tho goods aro
for sale wholesale and retail, but,
host of all for tho public, they aro
to bo Bold bolow cost. Thoy must
bo sold within six monthc, ag, in
its now quarters, tho firm must
havo room for now stocks for tlio
succeeding brisk season. Messrs.
Schmidt aro now in ono of tho
magnificont stores of tho von Holt
block on King street, vhero tho
facilitios for displaying goods aro
bettor than in thoir former quar
ters on Fort street. Tho firm haa
boon justly famod ovor since its
start for tho excellent quality of
its merchandise. This cloaring
out salo is the best opportunity
tho publio havo had for bargains
iu somo timo.
l'OU THE PLAXTATIONS.
Tho t'lty or Peldux'A Jniinnvko Slilp.
pod Oir today.
Tho Jnpaueso contraot laborors
who arrived on tho City of Poking
on hor last trip woro sent to thoir
various destinntions by tho island
stoamors today. Thoy woro ap
portioned as follows:
Haw'n Com'l S. Co.
A. S. AVilcox
Kahuku Plantation 25
Kilauea Plantation 25
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