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Vol. 1. No. 350.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 9, 189G.
Pitiox 5 Ckhts.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovcry day excopt Sunday nt
009 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro In the Ha
waiian Islands $ 75
Per Year. 8 CO
Por Year, postpaid to America,
Can ruin, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
Paynblo Invariably In Atlvnnoo.
Telephono 250. P. O. Box 81).
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Beautiful aud Stylish.
An Endless Variety,
NO. IP FORT ST.
Special No. 2
An Extraordinary Bargain
vjMe -:- Hffn?rg
Pleated and Plain Bosoms
At 75c Each
Special No. 3
Is Somothing that is want
ed nt all times, an : : :
Aii Silk Shield Bow
in various Colors and Effects
at 10c. each, or 3 for 25c.
I, LEVIMSTON, - - - Manager.
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
S3T Shirts Mado to Order.
Tho Celebrated Paintings in Water Colors and
Oil from the Brush of
Are now on EXHIBITION nt tho ART
ROOMS of the -
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO,, L'd
$&- Admission Free ! -s
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OP
Water Colors, Oil Paints,
Color Boxes, Paint Brushes,
' Winsor y Newton's Canvas,
Bevel and Plain Mirrors,
i , ,
Ayer's Hair Vigor
Koops tho scalp
cool, moist, healthv.
nud freo from dan-
, dritff. Tt In Hm
W&Vi' lbst dressing in
Those desiring to
retain tho youthful
appearance- of tho
a hair to
v a need
Ayer's Mair Vigor.
Gold Medals at the World's Gretf Expositions.
n?-I!ewnreof elwnp Imitation. Tha tinmo
-Ayor 1 prominent on tho warnier, anil U
blonn in llio uluti ot each bottl.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Bopublio of Hawaii.
Notico is horoby given that tho
undersigned huv on tho 25lh day
of Juno, A. D. 1890, purchased
from Messrs. Voiig Obong and
Ng Gang, Assignees of the estate
of Ting SjnglViii Co., a bank
rupt oi Wailua, Island (u Kuuai,
H. I., all louses, buildings, horsoB,
oxen, pigs, fowls, tools, imple
ments and everything connected
with tho above numed Ting dang
Wai Co. Rico Plantation.
Dated at Honolulu, Juno 21th,
CHEONG HUNG WAI CO.
005 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Cnstt.ni House Brotcr aud Statistician
G-eneral Business Agent.
Having severed my connection with tho
business establiHhment of J, T.Waterhousc,
I desiro to Bay to my frionds and tho public
that I can bo found, for the prosont, at tho
oflioo of the late O. It. McVeigh, corner,of
Queen and Nunanu ntrots.
349-St AVALTEB C. WEEDOK.
Subworibe for tho Evening Bul
letin. 75 cents par month.
Picture Mouldings, Etc.
DEATH OF B. 3. HORNER
T1IIUMV.V 1'JtO.n IJIN HOItNi: AND
nnow.NKo IN A DIK'II.
A Corcmcr'n Jury llvtiirtm n Vcrillct
or Acclilculul Dentil. Tim lMiuqruI
Toole I'Inco I.nxt Sliuduy.
A letter from AVillinin Eassio to
an oilicor o tho Knights of
Pythias in this city contains tho
sad intelligence- of tho uccidcutal
death of B. S. Horner, a lunu
on tho plantation o'f the Makeo
Sugar Company at Kealio, Kauai.
Tho accident occurred on tho
night of July -1th, whilo
tho deceased was riding homo from
Kealia about half-past sevon in
tho evening. No one wus proseut
at tho timo. of tho occurrence,
but it appeurs that Mr. Horner
was thrown from his horse on a
small bridge crossing a ditch.
Ho struck on tho Bide of his head,
almost cutting his oar off. From
tho bridge ho fell into tho ditch
which was running full of water.
The force of tho fall must havo
been sufficient to Btun him, as ho
was evidently helpless whou lie
foil into tho water. Tho body was
not found until G o'clock on tho
morning of tho 5th.
An inquest waB held tho same
morning, and medical testimony
showed that 'death ensued from
drowning. Tho jury roturned a
verdict of "Accidental Drowning."
Tho funeral took place on Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock aud was
The deceased loaves a wife aud
ouo child two years old. Ho was
a member of Mystio Lodge, K. of
P., of this city.
A IIAMSOMt: DISI-LAY.
Tin- Sell Storu of Jll'.rs. Ortluny uiul
On tho cornor of Bethel and
Hotel streets, in tho now and ele
gant Waverloy Block recontly com
pleted by Mr. Mutch, Goo. Ord
wuy and Kirk Porter, two of tho
most enterprising of Honolulu's
young business men, havo just
opened their handsome and well
stocked furnituro establishment,
occupying throo floors about CO
by GO foot in sizo. They havo on
display the most magnificent as
sortment of furniture of every
kind over seen in this city.
Their confidence in tho Hono
lulu public has mot with a flatter
ing response, ovor one-third of tho
big Bhipload of goods recontly re
ceived by tho W. H. Dimond hay
ing been already sold, although
tho store was only opened seven
It will well repay you, oven if
you do noi desire to purchase any
thing in thoir lino, to tako a look
through thoir storo.
"Wo propose making it com
plete in every respect," Huid Geo.
Ordwoy, referring to tho stock;
"we shall soon havo everything
on hand that appertains to our
business, including floor mattings,
portiuros, curtains and so forth,
but wo shall make an especial
effort to keep in stock all tho
noweBt and most stylish designs
in the furnituro lino. iM'orythiug
is purchased direct from Eastern
factorios, so that wo havo none of
tho trouble of dealing through
middlemen; wo iiud it pays both
ourselves and our patrons."
Pursuing this policy there is no
doubt as to tho linn's success.
iioAitD or iicMrii.
IioceoilliKM ut tlio Kcffiiliir nioclliir
At tho regular weekly meeting
of tho Board of Health yesterday
afternoon, thoro woro present Pre
sident Emerson, Minister Cooper,
Drr. Alvarez, Monsarrat and Day,
Messrs. Reynolds, Lansing and
Dr. Monsarrat mado his ufeual
reports under tho Aot to Mitigate.
Fish Inspector Koliipio's report
showed '17,000 tish received at the
market for tho week ending June
28th. and 57,000 for the week end
ing July 5th.
Upon tho suggestion of Minis
ter Cooper tho restrictions hereto
fore iuipotpd on (ioliing in the
harbor with ho modified in n-t to
iutorforo with existing private
Tho resignation nf Dr. dtowo as j
uuvurmnonc pnysician lit jua'aiua
was road and accepted.
Tho petition of Kiihnlewai to
bo allowed to return to the leper
settlement as kokua for his wife
A letter from W. O. Smith, de
tailing his experiences in Jnpuu
and Cirri, wus read.
Agent Afoyer reported on the
condition of tho lopor prisonors
uov in jail at Molokai and on
motion his report was forwarded
to tho Attornoy-Gonoral. Mr.
Moyer says tho prisoners are a
lot of cattle thieves and bad mon
gonerally and wants them kept
whore thoy arc
Aftor tho usual executivo ses
sion tho Board adjourned.
ITIltltrLU UOAT VM'U.
Aniiitiil Itlvctlncmxl Klcctioii of Dill
ecru I.nt Hl;lit.
Thoro was a largo attendance of
members at tho annual mooting of
tho Myrtle Boat Club, held at the
boat houso last evening, and tho
officers' reports showed tho club
to bo in very flourishing circum
stances, financially and otherwise.
llio JJoaru oE Trustees woro
instructed 'to pioceod at onco with
tho construction of tho proposed
addition to tho boat house and to
make tho necessary collections to
pay for tho same.
Tho following officers for tho
present year woro olected: A. G.
M. Robortson, president; D. Croz
ier, vice-president; A. Potrie, sec
retary; W.C.Parko, treasurer; Wm.
Love, auditor; II. A. Giles, "W.
Alexander, Jr., F. W. Thrum,
mombors of tho Board of trustees,
aud Oharlos Crane, unanimously
ro-olooted captain; John S. Walker
was elected an honorary member.
tiii: 1IAWAIIAX II.WtOU'Alli: CO.
Will Introduce Itorrlcrmtliii; !
clilnem mill Orciuii Senirntorn.
Tho Hawaiian Hardwaro Com
pany has been appointed solo
agents of tho Hawaiian Islands
for Barber's Refrigorating Ma
chines and tho Alpha-Do Laval
Cream Separators, for which they
will furnish prices on application.
Thoso refrigerating machines aro
especially applicablo for small
dairies, hotels and largo stores,
tho use of ice being entirely dis
pensed with. The "Baby" Alpha
Cream Separators will recommend
thomsolvos at sight to ovory dairy
man. Read their ad. in another
Hugo Fisher tho artist rocoived
two flattoring ovations from tho
officers of tho Austrian war ship
Saida. Being by birth and edu
cation a Bohemian, and, as a conse
quenco, at first hands an Austrian
subject, ho was most warmly wel
comed on board tho Saidu. Ti.s
imputation is firmly established
throughout tho ompiro and the
commander and othoi mombors of
tho vessol's superior complement
considered it au honor to bo ablo
to extend to Mr. Fisher tho hospi
talities of tho ship.
Vnllcy Tennis Cluli.
I'll is latest addition to tho
ranks of tenuis clubs has elected
tho following officers: President,
Dr. A. E. Nichols; Vico President,
li. W. M..Mist; Hcorotary, A. St.
M. Mackintosh; Treasurer, W. E.
Brown; Henry Mist, Superintend
ent of Grounds; S. M. Ballon and
Arthur B. Wood, Board of Man
agers. m m
J, W. Borgstrom is agont for
tho celebrated Kroogor pianos, ot
Now York. Ho builds organs.
Second-hand pianos taken as part
payment. Pianos Bold on instal
ments. Tuning and repairing.
P.O. Box 387. Tele. 317.
PADDY CURTIS ON TRIAL!
HIS CIIOS - UXAJTIINATIO.V COM-
l'M-.rr.n tiiih moiiniku. I
Trlnl 1oMoiic(1T1II thin Afternoon-
oilier c:niCMlleliiroJiiilo t II
cox Till Itlornliic.
In tho District Court this morn
ing, Captain Patrick Curtis of
tho yacht Spray presented myself
bright aud early to tho tender
mercies of attorney A. S. Hum
phroys for cross examination.
The attoruoy was in a merciful
mood, however, aud lot tho skip
per down easy. The only points
brought out on cross-oxamination
woro that ho purchasod the Bloop
Spray from Mr. Galway. Ho
took a trip in her to Molokai
and camo back empty. Mr. Wil
cox had a bill of sale of tho boat
in tho way of security. Ho ex
pected to soil tho boat to him for
Captaiu Curtis's next wituesB,
Mr. Burt, failed to put in an ap
pearance, and tho bailiff being
uuablo to find him in tho vicinity
of tho court, an adjournment was
had until 1:30 p.m., nt which time
tho skipper will havo to produco
his witness or go ou with tho trial
Sing Kin, who was captured by
officer Goorgo Soa Inst night, and
charged with having opium in
possession, ploadeduot guilty, and
ins trial was sot for tomorrow.
Kuhau, charged with selling
that class of liquor known under
mo uenominaiion or swipes,
pleaded not guilty itnd announced
that S. K. Kano would look aftor
his defense. Tho caso was partly
tried when tho noon hour arrived,
and as Judge Wilcox never
misses a moal a rocoss was taken
until 1'30 p. m.
irxirATi:i'L'i. cuaiilky yviiit.mvy.
Hun Ho Trentotl n Jlrl Who I'ut Up
(intlOO Mr Him.
A lato Coast paper contains a
Cloveland, Ohio, dispatch, from
which tho following is takon:
" Cleveland, Juno 22--01ga
Groonwald brought suit in tho
United States Court today to re
cover S5000 paid by her to Day
kin Brothors, plumbors. Miss
Groonwald recontly returned from
Hawaii, whoro sho had gono to
visit her lover, O. J. Whitney,
who had fled to Honolulu to ob
capo arrest for tho alleged eni
bozzloment of S10.000. Miss
Groonwald sacrificed hor proper
ty and liquidated S5000 of the
indebtedness. Sho then wont to
Honolulu to nogotiato for tho
balance and to pavo tho way for
AVhitnoy's return. Ho promised
to roturn as soon as tho
indictment was annulled, and then
sent hor on a steamor to San
Francisco. As soon as sho sailed
ho took a steamer to Australia.
"Miss Greenwald is now Book
ing to rocovor hor property on tho
ground that tho Daykins had pro
mised to forego tho prosecution,
but had failed to do so."
Chip of tho Old lllocli.
Apropos of tho subject of Hugo
Fishor'H( most oxcullont paiutings,
a word in praiso of his son, Hugo
Jr., is due. This young man has
already earned, for himsolf, al
though but twenty years of ogo, a
reputation not to bo despised, as a
pon and ink artist. Sketches from
his ready hand frequently deco
rate tho columns of tho loading
San Francisco dailies olongsido
those of his brothor, well known
all ovor tho coast.
'I ho Uoyv Ilcnd It.
Two littlo boys woro gazing at
one of tho attractions in tho Paci
fic Hardwaro Company's window
this morning. As thoy turned
away ono of thorn said, "I saw it
in tho paper last night." Tho
Bulletin is road by young as
well iib old, besides being used in
Bomo of tho schools for modol
IN THE RICHER COURTS
S rVEUAI. DIVISIONS or SUl'llt.MK
couitr ix jvsk tkiiji.
.Mnffooii.AfoiiK Ce Itcnililril to lr.
Cult Court Onler for Xoiv Trlnl
iiymom. Allen Jtov,.lm.i.
Tho petition of Kiisiuimtsu, do
ing"1 business as tho Pacific Trad
ing Co., for discharge fiom bank
ruptcy, will bo heard on tho 31st
A batch of decisions camo down
from tho Supremo Court today, of
which tho following is a sum
mary: PilipoHaao vs. Kuluwaimako.
Appeal of dofondaut from Third
Circuit Court is dismissed be
cause thoro was no bill of excep
tions. Noumauu for plaintiff;
Kaulia and Kanoakua for defend
ant. Goorgo Titcomb vs. J. M. Nao
olo. Appeal of defendant from
Fifth Circuit Court, whoro pppeal
from tho District Court of Hona
loi was dismissed, becausotho cer
tificate of tho magistrate did not
contain any points of law. ""
Tho judgment of thn Cirnuit Court
is couQrmed in a unanimous
opinion written by Justico "Whit
ting. Magoon & Ediugs for
plaintiff; Johnson for dofondant.
James J. Byrne vs. John Allon
and othors. A third decision has
beon rendered in this case, Justico
Froar being tho author, tho court
reversing tho ordorfora now trial,
wincii is noui to uo unnecessary.
"A decision of the court, jury
waived, like tho verdict of a jury,
is to be supported unless error is
clearly shown." Plaintiff wins tho
caso. Hurtwoll for plaintiff; Dic
key for recoiver and garnishee.
Eramaliuo M. Magoon and
othors vs. Julia 0. Afong- and
othors. Tho unanimous opinion
of tho Court, rendered by Chief
Justico Judd, "sends the caso
back to tho Circuit Judgo for
amendment as to parties and with
out prejudice to the now or tho
present parties to further appeal
aftor hoaring on tho other
grounds upon which tho Circuit
Judgo sustained tho domurrer."
Costs of this appeal to bo paid by
complainants. Kinney tt Ballou
for complainants; Hurtwoll,
Thurston & Strinley aud Robert
son for respondents.
P. H. Kahau and his wifo vs.
0. W. Booth, trusteo for Mrs. I
Booth. Tho decree of tho Circuit
Court is confirmed, which was
that tho transaction in question
Avas a mortgage, and as such tho
plaintiff had a right to rodeom tho
property. Thero had boon an ab
solute deed of convoyauco, but
supplemented with a dofeasunco
pivon by tho buyer tho late Ma
lie Kahai who thereby agreed to
rosoU tho laud on payment of tho
principal and interest by a certain
dato. Tho land was worth from
S800to S1000, and tho nmounfc ,
loaned on it waB $100. Monsarrat
for complainant; Magoon & Ed
iugs for respondent.
I.lnt or Tender Ilurelvrtl for lt
Tho following aro tho bids
opened at tho Interior Otlice at
noon, for tho construction of tho
now jail at Hilo:
Robt. Howio ' $2,0CS)
John Cook 2,423
II. F. Houbs 2,417
P. A. Anderson 2,700
J. A. Buttorfiold 2,7U
Wm. Vannatta 2,750
W. S- Rohm 2775
F. H. Rodward 2,900
Wm. Wagohor 3,030
Lucas Bros 3,375
Tho contract has boon awarded
to Mr. Howio, tho lowest biddor.
"Tho way of tho transgressor
is hard," but tho man who drinks
plonty of Seattlo boor at tho Crite
rion will loso all desiro to trans
gross the laws.
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