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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 15, 189G.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A lost draft is advertised.
Kams vs. Honolulus at I):30.
Bund concort at Emma squaro
Sco now card of Tomplo of
Another big coal pilo is boiug
Btartod on Kekuanaoa street.
The Makoo Island band concort
tomorrow commences nt 3 o'clock.
A nativo girl was nrrested this
morning on a chargo o adultery.
Ilear and see Master RuhboII in
"Illustrated Songs" at tho drill
Deputy Collector McStocker
has a notice to importers in this
0. J. Falk of Mahukona leaves
for tho Coast today ou tho Aus
tralia. G. Schumnn appoints C. H.
Bellina as his agent during ab
sence W. W. Dimond discusses glass
waro , in a tolling mauuor olso-
Captain Parker of tho police
forco is again on duty, after a
vacation on .tiawaii.
Arthur Harrison offers for salo
or loaso tho house and lot at Vic
toria aud Green street.
Tho Chinese girlj who attompt
ed to commit suicido last night,
was doing woll this morning.
Representative Rycroft iB ono
of those who will give tho projoot
of raising castor beanB a fair trial.
Tho festivitioB at tho Hawaiian
hotel last night drew out a largo
number of peoplo to that popular
Sheriff Wilcox of Kauai has
resigned. It is said deputy mar
shal Hitchcock will likely get tho
George 0. Beckloy has taken
tho management of tho Hilo hotel
until its alfuivs can bo satisfactori
Henry James, tho carpeuter
who shot a Chinaman nt Hilo, has
f boon committed for trial at the
Tho funeral of Percy Stuart St.
John Gilbert will take place from
tho family rosidenoo at 3:30 to
. . The court-martial of machinist
Ring of thoAdams, who stubbed a
shipmato with a file, was conclud
ed yesterday afternoon.
T. Ganzel has been awarded the
contract for building a two room
ed school houso on the Royal
School premises at $1850.
T. B. Sovorin will bo appointed
Port Surveyor of Hilo. Ho in
'' tondB also to open a photographic
ostablishmont in that burg.
It is suggested that arrange
ments bo nmclo so that streets
could bo sprinkled with salt water
in an omergenoy like tho present.
An improved cano knife, Ro
vero gardou hose, tho Secretary
plow and other articles are advor
tised by tho Pacific Hardware
Tho roport that Captain Good
intended to loavo tho islands is
incorrect. Ho will remain horo
but has not yet decided as to
what ho will do.
Owing to the closing down of
tho pumping plant the sprinkling
carts only mado ono round today,
sinco when tho air has beon full
of dust and maledictions.
Tho ejoctmont suit which hns
beon on trial in tho Circuit Court
for tho last four days waB givon to
tho jury nt 11 o'clock last night.
Tho jury returned a unanimous
vordict for tho plaintiff.
Tho Star announcos in its arti
olo on tho Sept. 19th rogatta that
tho diving match "will be measur
ed by tho judges from thoir bots."
It fails to state whether the"bots"
nro of tho "largo cold" variety or
fr Now sanitary regulations put
1 in force in tho Borkoloy, Califor
nia, sohools require that each
student must bring an individual
drinking cup, present a certificate
of vaccination and eschew tho
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Better Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ask Your Grocer For Jt.
UNION FEED CO., Hole Agents.
A judicial notico to ci editors of
M. S. Levy appears elsewhere
Don't forgot tho comnloto
chango of program by Elsie
Adair's compnuy tonight.
Tho Hawaiian ship John Enn
has arrived at San Francisco with
4290 tons coal from Australia.
Tho Gorman ship H. F. Glade,
last from Honolulu, has been
chnrtored at San Francisco for
wheat to Europe.
In tho District Court this morn
ing Autouo Richard pleaded
guilty of battering Julia Guorroro.
Miss Parrish, tho seventh and
youngest W. O. T. U.t round-tho-world
missionary, will bo horo
Soptembor 2 ou tho S. S. Coptio
on route to Japan.
The trial of Charles Kaulin
yesterday afternoon, for running
a gamo of RusBian war, resulted
in a judgment of guilty. Judgo
do la Vorgno fined him $100 and
There was a largo attendance,
good music aud a pleasant time at
tho complimentary dauco to Mr.
Robort Moro and his bride in In
dependence Park pavilion last
Officer Cordos and n posso Bur
prised a gang of Chinese gamblers
in tho uppor story of tho Iwilei
wnshhoii80 this noon. Nino wore
captured and as many moro 03
caped through tho windows and
out on tho roof.
Peter Bolabola mado his ap
pearanco ut the police station yes
terday aftornoon in n badly bat
tered condition. Ho claimB that
threo Chinese were gathering ti
leaves off a garden patch of which
ho has chargo and when ho order
ed thom away they hid him with
sticks. Tho Chinese wero arrest
ed and brought into Court this
morning whoro they pleaded not
guilty and got thoir trial sot for
JAN. CMJiriHII.t, KOIIIIKD.
Continued from hi rage.
tho bed and a chain was passed
over his body and fastened to
staples drivon in tho floor. Captnin
Lees, in his investigation after
wards, found tho evidenco of this.
Cords wore passed around Camp
boll's body and drawn so tight
that ho could not move.
For twelvo hours Campboll was
kopt in this position, tho ana be
ing in his mouth all tho timo. On
Tuesday morning the gag was re
moved, with tho caution that ho
would bo killed if ho made uny
noiso. Ho was told that ho would
liavo to sign a chock or ordor for
S20.000 before ho would bo re
leased. Ho was shown a docu
ment, which they asked him to
sign, and ho was also ordered to
writo a noto to his wife asking her
to cash tho check and to givo tho
money to tho boaror without ask
ing an' questions.
Campbell says ho refused to
oven read tho paper, telling his
captors thai ho did not caro what
they did to him. Ho Baid ho was
an old man and did not havo n
groat while to live anyway, and
that thoy could kill him before ho
would submit to such an outrage.
Ho did not care much for 820,000,
ho said, but ho would not bo
blackmailed or robbed. His cap
tors replied that they would keep
him Btrappod to tho bed as ho was
until ho did sign tho paper.
Tuesday passed with no change
in tho situation. Either Win
throp or tho young maskod man
guarded Campbell constantly.
Thoy offered him drink and food,
and announced thoir willingnoss
to givo him anything ho wanted,
but ho refused everything for foar
that thoy intended to poiHon him.
Ho was givon ovory attention, but
was kept strapped to the bed all
tho time, and no opportunity for
escape was allowed.
When Campbell was first seized
and thrown on the bod Winthrop
took $305 ill coin from his pockets
and kept it. Tho youngor man,
as far as Campboll knows, did not
got any of this mouey.
Wednesday night about 8
o'clock, after turning out tho gas
and darkening tho houso tho
youngor man unbound Campbell
and went out of tho houso with
him by tho back way to California
stroot. Ho took off his mask but
pulled his collar about his face.
As it wns dark Campbell could
not see his features.
Tho man walked with Camp
bell sovoral blocks along Third
avenuo almost to tho Geary-stront
cur lino. Whon a car camo in
Highest of all in Lonvoning Powor. Latest "U. S. Gov't Roport.
sight tho man handed Campbell
n nickel and told him ho was free.
Campboll lost no timo in gotting
to his hotel.
Campboll was taken before tho
Srand jury on tho following Fri
ay and told his story of the af
fair. That body promptly indict
ed Winthrop and "John Doe,"
tho identity of tho second man bo
ing unknown. Winthrop wasseon
on Monday night aud again on
Wednesday. On tho last occasion
ho had shaved off his moustache.
Although every dotoctivo in tho
city has been looking for tho two
men they had not boon found
when tho steamor loft.
InvitntionB nro out for a dancing
party at Sans Souoi on Tuesday
evoniug noxt, in celebration of tho
twontyfifth annjvorBary of Pythi
auism in Hawaii. Extra cars loavo
Fort Btreot at 7:30, and thoro will
bo extra Into cars. Froo busses
will ply botwoen tho tram termi
nus and Sans Souci. Dancing
will begin at 8:30 and supper will
bo served at 11.
There was tin old maid m sick as sick could
Doctor enld the trouble wis drinking com
Recomuiuided "Su.vatiox ,hmv IIiusk,"
When. Oil. nlint j0' to till.
Jt quickly mlted tier from her bed,
ISotb stroui; ond ouml mid well.
Harry Onnnon, Palatini Gtocoiy,
is appointed Sole Agent in the
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent lb. packages. His Me
morial mixture, Young Hyson
aud Japan, 25 cents, unrivaled for
cheapness and excellence of
MM1dlI.IIIMWMftM J MMMUJllliniMIM,
ands Mr. C II lltillua will act forme under
full power of iitturney.
mnitxt. my Aiw.s'nr. KimiTiir. isl
DRAFT NO. 185, ON KIPAIIULU
Sugar Company, iu favor of Mrs. It.
Struucli, issued June 24th, for $30, bun
boon loBt. Payment has been stopped on
DIUFT YOU 50 PAYABLE TO GEO.
F.Grant. Owner can have same by calling
on Ordway & Porter and paying for ad. .
Tho steamer Kinau will leave Hilo, Sat
urday, Aug. i2th, at 8 o'clock p, ni.; nrriv
ing nt Honolulu Monday moraine, Aug.
24th, instead of the rogular advertised
WILDEK'3 8. 8. CO., LTD.
Honolulu, Aug. 14, 1800. 3Sl-0t
For Sale or Lease
House and Ijot!
On tho corner of Victoria and Green
H?" Apply to
382-tf AllTHOn HARRISON.
IN Till: CIRCUIT CODUT, FIRST
I Circuit, of tbe llnwnllnu Islands in
bankruptcy. Iu the mutter of tho Bank
ruptcy of M. S. Levy, of Honolulu. Credit
ors of tho said Bankrupt aro hereby notified
to come in and provo tiieir dobts beforo tho
Ciieuit Couit of tho Flint Cirauit nt
Chamberti, at Honolulu, on WEDNES
DAY, tho 10th day of August. 1890. be
tween tho hours of ten o'clock in tho fore
noon aud noon of tho said day, nnd olcot
ua Asslgu'jo of tho said Bankrupt's Egtute.
By the Court: GEO. LUCAS,
382 .It Clerk.
i AT Till.
Diu mum win mil 1 1
Will present . . .
Farce, Comedy and Vaudeville !
Prices: $1.00, 75o and BOo.
1ST Seats at Wall, Nichols Co. 331-2t
yield to tho prcsuasivo powers
of Pabst Malt Extract (tho
"Best" Tonic.) Strength comes
with the first bottle. You
can sleep soundly after
taking it, and lift tho
system into n condition to
resist the enervating heat
Bo suro to get tho genuine
Pabst Malt Extract.
For salo wholesale and retail by
Hobron Drug Co.
S&Vho Puffy Ankles
hair or laying the horao up. Does
the worlc well. Pleasant to use. J2X0
bottle. Druggists, Harness Dealers,
or sent upon receipt of price.
31 Amherst tiki HprlngOeld, .Main.
Hobron Drug Co.
fjT My Hack does not tip in this man
ner, no matter how weighty tho load.
Hack No. 14
EST TELEPHONE 17Ga
Staadi Bnthel aud K.nc HtrootH.
To Let or Lease.
THE 'IES1DENCE OF MRS. A. LONG,
ono inilo from postoOlco. Lnrgo houso with
fnrnituro. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchou. bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closota,
servant houses, stables, horso paddock,
garden and trees. A charming location.
Apply to .1 ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Morclmnt st., next Postofflcoi
A WELL MATCHED SPAN OF
horHOs (California stock), works single or
double, nlso colt four mouths old of fast
stock, double lmrnesH, carriages, etc. For
Biile nt a bargain. Apply to DR. McLEN
NAN, King street. 375-tf
A nOUSE OF EIGHT (8) ROOMS,
next to tho Whito Houso, Nuuntm street.
$25 por month. Tho Furniture in the
house is for Balo. Apply to
308-tf A. V. GEAR.
GOOD PASTURAGE FOR A LIMITED
number of huntus ut Kuliouou, neur Niu.
For terms apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT.
378-lw Cartwright's Block, Merchant st.
During Mr. Bonrdmau'a absonco, Mr.
Ewing will havo charge of my books aud
attend to all collections. Ho can bo found
either at Mr. Boardman's office at Ognnt &
Co.'s or at my ofllco.
335-tf DR. HERBERT.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchant street, Campbell
Blook rear of J. O. Carter's office. P. O.
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Lace Striped Dress Mulls
Jn dolicnto shndrs, silk lustro, just tho thing (or ovoning
drosses, only 20 cents a yard
Pin Dotted Swiss Muslins
In solid colors, sulphur, pink, blaok and yellow.
Pure Linen Lawn for $2.50
n piece, containing 1G yards nnd guur.inttod to bo puro
Our White Goods Department
is most comploto, Victoria and Porsian liiwn, dimities
in stripes and plaids, nanpookn, mulls, Swiss muslins,
fancy plaid and strip nl whito goods
At Rock Bottom Prices!
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Fine Whito Muslin iu open
A great stock of
. Valenciennes Laces .
. . EDGING AND INSERTION TO MATCH . .
BaaT" Wo expect within ton days a great and now stock of
D Jfc CORSETS
Ordered Specialy by Us !
This is known to bo tho
(iuost Corsot mado. . .
We Are Now
Selling a Special
Mado to Remedy tho Dofecta
Ex "Australia," an invoice of tho Favorite
Revere : Garden : Hose,
Scissors, Shears, Hair Clippers,
Packing of All Kinds, Foatho Dusters,
Brushes in Grat Variety, Shelf Hardwaro,
and Another Consignment of
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE!
SATURDAY, August 8.
Every Article in the House Must
Go Regardless of Cost,
I nra overstocked and mutt reduce in all departments.
Noto tho following goods and prices:
Silk Neckties, 10c. up.
Very beBt grado Silk, COc. por yard.
A good grado Silk, 15o. por yard.
Still 13osom Oropo Shirts, colorod or whito, 95c.
Negligee Orepo Shirts, colored, 85o. (
"Whito Dross Shirts, 50o.
Silk Shirts, colored or whito, $1.50 up.
ATnn'a TTnflnrRhirfn. Ifin. "
Somo bettor grades for a little more tnonoy.
Tajamas, best Oropo, SI and up, according to cut.
Kimonos, 85o. and up.
8" Theso Prices lloprosont liolow Cost Figuros and
aro Unheard of liargains for tho Bnyor. . . .
Hotel Street, Robinson IBlock
work. Beautiful Patterns,
of Thoso Pormorly Usod Hore.
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