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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 29, 1896, Page 2, Image 2',
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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 29, 1890.
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'er'Compoallloii of a Unit rrucl-
ca Pencil FtKber.
A rcoont ibbuo of tbo San Fran
fcco Exarainor contains tbo fol
Mwing. court report, which, it -will
fc'6ticod, is fire-trato rhymo in
esq, heading and all:
0W FRIGHTON DID A
Ma Emsonkr at the City Hall
He Seehed to Vanish
Tunouaii the "Wall.
M Barglnr on Trial, by Plying
Bis Trad-, a Dreadful' Sen .;
sation Suocosnfully Mado.
.IllfJlW FLlaUT THAT DID HXCITB.
If; Many 'Old IiatcaU, Sonu Short
ijntj Some- Tall, Oeorge Brighton,
Hie Burglar, Was Cutest of All.
His honor, Jadgn Wallace, sat
feck in hi chair, the clerk, the
porter, the lafryore wero- there;
vfcon in marchod the bailiff with
tlprits ,sixtnon--eight mon on n
aede and tho bailiff botwoeu. Poto
.ao'oy, for murder, was mio of tho
mtevrr Housobreaker Jim Buck
'j'Mi8 in the gang, too;thon big
Barry Herrmann, uoar little John
Ames, .whilo most of tho othors
fed fictitious names.
Frank Timlin was thoro on a
rfce'ny charge; and Church, who
fw twenty years won't be at largo.
Boino hard-looking rascals, soino
T.ort and some tall; George
Ikighton, it burglar, tho smallest
rf all. The. Judge heard tho
gJeadings of those not yet tried, to
fGfourch and to Buckley now hear
ibcrfr denied. OF all of the cul
3rits not puo could give bail, so
cbnliiB wore put on them, to go
Inck'to jail. - -
Pole Ducoy, for. .iuurdor, wqb'
bbo- Vif . tho ovovt, Housebreaker
Jim Buckley was m the guiig,
tiro; then big Harry Horrmnnn,
2?ar little John Jninos, and oil of
atios" other witlf fictitious, imudu'i.
IFrauk Tiiulin wuc '.Iwro nn Hie
AtrcHtry vliurge; :itid Church, who
3ot twenty yeais won't bo at large,
Some hard-looking rascals, tlis
Uoort .and the tali; but missing
sas Brighton, tho smallest of
Bravo Curtis, tho bailiff, aston
akeri, dismayed, said surely no
awtn frbm hie sight could havo
raliayed; but Brighton, the burg
Bar, the smallest bf nil, had van
ished as if ho had gone through
fito wall. No way through tho
anndows, a guard at tho door; tho
roiling U.0 hih for escapo and
She floor too solid to cut through,
ad nowhere a space by which any
Min could got out of tho place.
His honor, Judge Wallace, sat
IP in his chair; tho lawyers ho
uauned with a threatening glare,
fo looked at the Sheriff and gazed
ufttho clerk, and started tho crowd
in the thiof-catchiug work. Tho
3)itrict Attornoy jumpeU into tho
ease; ho gave tho absconder a ter
fclo chase. Ho searched all his
tele and looked through the code;
uaong the spectators he hurriedly
Clerk Salomon's desk was gone
K&rtiedly through. Thoy looked
i tho stove, and the waste-basket,
uoat-ppekota, wuenevor sus
usly bier, encountered the
Jiff's inquisitive dig. High hats
tceto examined, ana not a hueo
: was. alio wod to escapo till its
iworo snook. Tho pitcher of
a dootor did noto, and
it tnrougn rim classes doop
hd its throat.
As spectators raced in tho won
iut search, tho prisoners bench
re a sort of a lnrch, and Bomo-
observed it and told what he
maw. -.Then thoy pulled Brighton
mat with the arm of the law. The
ferglnr had slyly droppod down
t of'Bight, and had wedged him
self in. where bench boards wore
jbt. Then out marched tho
wliWwithJonlprits sixteen eight
eeu ou a Bide and tho bailiff bo
iKPonr Pet& Ducoy, for murder, was
crae of- the craw. Housebreaker
JRro Buckley was in the gang,
too; then big Harry Herrmann,
mar little John James, and of; all
df tlie-othors with fictitious names.
Vrank. Timlin was there on a
fcrcony chafgo; and Church, who
twenty years won't be at large.
oitfS hard looking raflcnU, some
dforfc,)hd some Ull, and Brighton,
pbe uurgiao, the maiurpr af
with' VkntL'txiut r WmJIu DlmM
111 b xlnaa .mU botth at Pit OOE-
rrti.flcrrmU.vAMru. mMiritil Debit-
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Books, wo know,
Aro a substantial world both
puro and good.
Round thoso with tendrils
Btrong ns flesh and blood a
Our pastimo and our happi
ness will grow.
Wadsworth, Porsonol Talk,
We Wave Th
All. the Latest
Books of t.he
Wour. - - -Our.
J's THE M.OST
To be Found
In the City. -
Xft If you don't find what you
want, lot us order it from tho Pub
lisher, it takes only a low wooks,
nnd we cbffrgp you notlfing extra
for tho getting oB it.
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A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(DyBov. Edwin M.Blisa.)
Of" Prospectus ami subscription lists
mi., rr " . t n. t
ibb nawaiiafl news to.,
Tvlerohant Stroot, Honolulu.
In one vol. cloth, $ 200
In one vol. cloth gilt, 2 60
In one vol. Urilf-Kufifiinn frilt ,1 50
Notice of Copartnership.
The undersigned, each residing in Hono
lulu, in the Island of Oahu, of tho Itepub
lio of Hawaii, havo formod a copartnership
with oaoh other in the business of buying
and selling general merchandise ana as
commission merchants in said Honolnlu,
undpr the firm name or style' of JT Water
house, being the baainoas heretofore car.
ried on by J T Watorhouae, first, and his
successor, J T Wntorhouso, second.
Dated Honolulu, July 1, 1800,
FnEIlKHIOK T V WATKHUOUSK,
ERNKST OONIiTOK WATEBHOU8E,
qkorox 8 watkr1iod3k.
I hT made orer all the stook and mer
chandise in the business carried on by the
late J. T. Waterbouse, and also the good
will and nllntstanding accounts thereof,
to my sons, F. T. F E. O., John and G.S.
Waterhouse, who henceforth carry on said
buiinee and 'Msnm all liabiliuea from
July 1st, 1890.
EUZADETn BOURNE WATER
HOUSE, Sole Legatee under the will of
John T, Waterhouse. . 345 Im
" TEiCUER'S PREPARATION CLASS 1
MR. C. HENRY WHITE
Prepare Teachers for tho Next
tW Apply at Eagle House. 353-lm
WEOPOLM MEAT CO.
Bl Klntr Street.
O. J. WAMran
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL
OOKSTArnY ON HAMD.
Hetfopolitan fieat do.
Tli Very JEinesfc
eMgeiMed' .-. Mea
Oomo and boo our
NEW CHICAGO REFRIGERATORS.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telophbuc - - - - 104.
JasEpli TinkBT, - - Prap,
Beef, A&e&i !fiulton'
Pork, k, Veal,
Of tho rmont Varieties.
Makci-H ortlio Celebrated 1'ork S.iun(,rc.
Nuuonu htreol, opp. Chaplain lano.
City Feed Store,
Old Armory, Boretania 6ts.
L. H. Dee & Co.
Now Consignment of
Hay, Grain and Feed
Per S. O. Wilder. A large consignment
expected by ship Btorbuok from Portland.
Finn Family Flour, Roped Baled Hay,
Also, 2 Surreys and 1 Phaeton.
For tho Equino Table in tho
way of all kinds First Class
HAY, G-RAIN 0 FEED
Aro on sale by tho
WASHINGTON FEED COW'Y
51 Fort; St. Tel. 422.
STANDARD LINES .
of Groceries are moro palatable as well
m healthier than the other kind.
V0ELLER & CO.
(Warlnc Block, UoreUnla Street).
Handle nothing but the best. Llbby &
McNeill's Canued Meats. Klng-Moree
Table Frulta, GhlrordclU's Chocolate,
Milkmaid Ilraod Milk, Paragon Pure Lard
" Telephone G80 -a
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Caph -:- Grocers
Fort Stroot & Chaplain Lana,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Street, Honolnlu
Telephoner 2U P.O. Box 470
IPlumbinpc ond G-as-fittin
Sanitary Work a Specialty
'Jobbinc promptly attended to.
Telephono 705. 235-tf
Importers and Dealers in
Steel and Iron Ranges,
l.TJtf King Stn-et.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My SI 0.00 Until Tubs, liued with best
quality, No. 10 zinc, G in. Pipe, Uhain nnd
1'Iob, with wood )im all complete. Othei
dealers nro duiufonudcd, nnd texott to all
luiiunor of Tricks and Kxeuies.
15b iiot deceived, tliefto llath Tubs have
been sold for Sit until I reduced the price.
I am prepared to do till work in lny lice
and guarantee satisfaction: Estimates fur
nished. If you want a pood Job cheap for Caih,
riug up Telephone 81-1, nud I am your
Tinsmith & Plumber
For Family Usel
Just Recoived, ox "0. O. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, DepMfeui'e Baj, Coal
Which is offered in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
HOSTAGE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at the very lowest market
rates. Telphone No. 414.
la prepared to furnish
4000 Tons Cane Fertilizer
To order for 18M.
In Quantities to, Suit.
Orders solicited for a future de
A. r. COOKE, MnKer.
At WAIKIKl on car line tad on FA
LAMA JtOAD rear Fertilizes
These Lota are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Deelrable Acre Troota near the city and
other Properties for sale.
BRUCE, WARING & CO.,
Dealers in Lota and. Lands,
Fort Street, near King.
Thlmhonb 607. P. O. Box 82L
DO YOU LIKE CUEET?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY '
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder as .made by
Bccipo from the
r VTEY it onojuj -
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
At tho New Stand, King Street,
Whole Wheat Flour,
Goldori Gate Pour,
Fresh Almonds nnd Walnuts,
Cal. Block Butter,
Smoked Beef, '
Onions, etc., etc.
Hoiiolnlii Road' Wagon!
K3? I receive orders for
THE - YERY -BEST -
Agont for Hooker &
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Rent
Undertaker jad Embalmer,
Tombstones and Monuments.
Itesldenco and Ni8ht Tel. 815. 611 KING STREET, Tel. 179.
H. HACKFEkD & CO.
Importers and Doalora in
H, HACKFELD & CO.
ua ih gropared after tho Original
and For -Sale
Ku it TnnvT
! COMFORT I
the above Vehicle.
IN - THE - MURKET T
Co., San Francisco, Col.
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