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Vol. II. No. 435.
HONOLULU. II. I.,,' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Sunday nt
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
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Telephone 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
J. I. WATERHOUSE
aro frequently wanted for
temporary use and at times
when expensive ones are uot
needed. Wo have soma cheap
ones in White Enamel Frames
that will answer the purpose.
AND WE I-IAVE
some of the richest Cut
Glass ever soon in the country.
Genuine English Cut with
burnished gold rims which
relieve the monotony.
IN PINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars and
Cheese Plates that are of
greater service than one would
suppose at first thought. They
keep crackers and cheese fresh
when other means aro dismal
failures. Theso articles are
y reasonable in price.
is needed in all kinds of
weather and while wo have
light showers nearly every
day there aro times when the
soil needs irrigating. And
when you havo a hose look
to tho life of it and add to
it by the purchase of a
It's the dragging of the hose
over tho walks that kills it;
once the covering is worn it
begins to crack and your hose
won't hold water.
forgottory tear this out.
Around our neckwear
station thoro's n hustling
movo today. Boxes upon
boxes chuck full ot
tho ripest pluniB aro
open for tho first time.
This happens ovory season.
Our habit of growing
batter makeH tho difference.
Tho first pioking costs
no more than the leavings.
Jog your forgottery.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Wjiverloy Block, 9 Hotel street
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fr Shirts Made to Order.
A TERRIBLE CASE OF
Mm. I.. Wyntt, f Tort, Itond, West
lilmtmnmh. So. AiuifAltn, writes of
tlin Kin! condition of tier little (tiuigli
tor, wliciKO iiortmlt alio nlao gondii
"My (laughter was afflicted with
Eczema of the most aggravated
typo. Tho disciiso llrst appeared in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
began to fall out, and in spite of
tho best medical advice and treat
ment she grow steadily worse. Tho
sores were full of mutter and wero
extremely offensive. Her eyes be
came affected, and sho was, in truth,
in a terrible state. My neighbors
woro very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded mo to try Ayer's Sarso-
Carilla, and I am most thankful to
o able to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health, sho has now as
good a head of hair sis anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,
and sho is a flno girl of eight years
with every prospect of growing up
to be a strong and healthy woman."
Gold Medals at the World'a Chlel Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents fur the Kopnblio ot Hawaii.
Light and Serviceable.
"tuft miik i Li i iw.,
Castle & Cooke
BULLETIN'S HILO LETTER
ick and colo nroiiaue i'jlan t on
Intltntlnti to a lliiril Time l'arlf-
Ilrlp Tor the llmid-Noclrtl Nnten
The bark Annie Johnson, Capt. j
Matsou cointnandor, arrived ut Hilo
Sunday, Oct. 11, just 11 days from
San Francisco. Sho hud a full
cargo of merchandise for our llilo
merchants, also horses, mules,
cattle, etc. Among tho passong
ore wero W. Davie, Mrs. M.
Woodruff and two daughters, Jas.
Cowau, Mrs. Plunkctt, R. Woods
and F. JBrugholli. Tho Annie
Johnson is ouo of tho fastest
Bailers between Frisco and tho
By tho Annio Johnson came
the machinery, lumber, etc., for
the construction and completion
of the Hilo Ice Works nnd Cold
Storogo, which will adjoin tho
Electric Light Works on Pitman
Tho following oniquo iuvitatiou
has been issued to tho members
of tho Hilo Social Club by Miss
"Pourty Guderiu at do Liman
"You ar axt to u sociml Us
folks is a goin to give nxt Turs
dy nito at I past sevin ukluk
Oktobr do 15d
"Rools and RogulashuiiB
"Chap 1. Women ware your
olo olos mor whole do bediler- -patchs
"Chap 2. Men dittor Eny
man wid a biled shurj or stanuup
koller will be put out suddiut.
"Chap 3. Pryzes w-ill be giv
to do man un gal bavin do wurst
rig in do rorn.
"Oiiap 4. Deez rools will be
"Ax yuro freudz to kum an join
The invitations aro written on
brown wrapping papor oucloBed
in an envelope of the same ma
terial which is significant of tho
intontiou to lituo u hard times
Tho S. S. Kiuau arrived in port
Saturday with a full list of pas
sengers, tourists for the Volcano
and a cargo of merchandise. She
Bails Thursday morning at 10
Tho Hilo Hotel will bo opened
on Friday by Mrs. L. T. Grant,
who will reuovato and refurnish
tho eutiro houso.
Specifications for tho construc
tion of Puna and Kaumana roads
aro at tho Telcphono otlico for in
spection. When tho Kaumana road is
completed llilo district can boast'
of having noarly thirty miles of
paved road. Thou it will bo easier
riding than walking.
A typo written subscription is
being circulated about Hilo re
questing tho peoplo to subscribe
certain amounts monthly, to do
tray tho current expenses and to
assist tho baud boys to purchaso
now instruments nnd uniforms.
A great many huvo already allixed
thoir signatures for largo amounts,
so that shortly wo expocl to seo
tho band boys clad in now suits
and ploying sweet week day notes
through their new instruments.
Tourists and sightseeing island
ors who aro sojourning at tho
Volcano House report Kilauea
very active. Those who wituoseed
tho lire in '93 say the lako is act
ing in tho samo manner as it did
at that tirao.
Mrs. Saddlor of Ilakalau has
returned to her homo after a two
weeks' stay in Hilo, whero sho
was visiting friends and rolations.
It is reported that those who
aro litorarlly inclined can Boon
purchase a book written by a
young Hilo author.
Miss Hill is now teaching
school at Haaheo beyond Wai
naku. T. Wolff of Phillips & Go. loft
this morning for tho yolcano.
W. W. Goodalo is home after a
trip to tho States.
Mrs. Pluukott of Oakland, Gal.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs.R. B.
On Friday night, Oct. 10, tho
Hilo band will civo tho second
dance of u series of six at Spreck- !
On Wednesday laqttho Misses
Roso entertained a few friends at
an old time Hawaiian lnuu. The
nffair was in honor of and a com
piimout lo Mosdamos Conoy, Ua
alolea and Monsarrat. Theso la
dips wero also entertained by tho
uml others during their visit
TIIK SI) OAK MARKET.
Extract from Onutlo CooIic'm Lntr-it
The following is taken from
Castlo & Cooko's latest sugar cir
cular issued sinco tho arrival of the
Centrifugals Wo regret to ro
port a decline in theso to 3 cents
for 96 which took place ou tho
Granulated Prices aro un
changed, viz.: 4.31 in Now York,
here in San Francisco it is 4j
Hoots Following aro tho quo
tations received. October 2, 9;
October 8, 8-11 .
Sugar Stock Following are the
closing quotations on dates given:
October 1 S 111 i S 99 ?
" 2 "110? "99 I
" 3 " 110 " 99
Arrivals Mary Dodge, Kahu
lui, Sept. SO; Albert, Honolulu,
Sept. 3; Transit, Honolulu, Sopt.
5; S. N. OiiBtlo, Honolulu, Sept. G.
Vossels Discharging Alden
Vessels waiting to discharge
W. H. Dimoud, Allan, Mary
Vessels on the borth Archer,
Honolulu, to sail on tho 7th inst.;
Irmgnrd, Honolulu, no Bailing
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AT illAKKK ISLAND.
Excellent l't'orinu lor Tomorrou
Professor Berger has prepared
tho following oxcellout program
for tho baud concert at Makeo
Island tomorrow, commoncing at
part I. '
Overture-Tlie FlutMc Kline
liallad Dream On, Dear Child. ... Cmilderg
Finale llletizl Wanner
Selection Nnliuveo Verdi
Select Ion Norma Bellini
liallad The Lost Chord Sullivan
(lavotte Old Tapestry KocKettl
Finale Carmen lilict
Iteuiilirul MuIiIm ut the Anchor.
Anyone entering tho Anchor
saloon during business hours, or
in the evening, is immodiatoly
charmed by tho handsomo array
of gamo birds teal duck, mallard,
quail, grouse, etc., which decor
ates the bar. They aro all stuffed
as you will be, with rioh, nourish
ing boor, cold and clear, and, with
tho palatable viands of tho lunch
counter. Tho Seattle beer, lino
wines and liquors are of the best
quality and alwayB fresh. Every
Australia brings a largo consign
ment nnd Mr. Cunningham uses
ovory idoa which his massive braiu
suggobts, to pleaBO his patrons.
Tho Anchor is now tho most popu
lar saloon in town. 1 and 3 King
At Kiiilli it Nqnurc.
Tho following program will bo
rendered by tho band at Emma
Bquare this afternoon if it doos
not rain :
Overture Raymond Thomas
Concert Quartet Peroltni
Selection 11 Travlata Verdi
Cavatina Maria dl Rohan Donizetti
Waltz Court Ball Fetra
American Patrol Meaeham
Conductors aro being Btrung on
tho huco now polos of the Ilawuii-
1 nil Electric Co. on Queen street.
JUDGE ROSA PRESIDES
at thk .m:nri.a or tiii; ho
iial a ciiiouir couur.
K.Ut ofCrliuliiRl nnd Civil Oic rrleil
l'rolmte 11 ml Other Itlnttcrn
Settled In ClininlierH.
Judge Antono llosa opened tho
Circuit Court for tho Third Judi
cial District at North Kohala, Ha
waii, on October 9th last nt 9 a.
m., tho commission of Judge llosa
arriving at that hour. Tho fol
lowing cases woro disposed of
during tho torm:
Republic of Hawaii vs. Uano
Punikala and Willio Spencer,
commitment for forgery from
District Magistrato of South Ko
hala. Dofandants each sontoncod
to Bix months imprisonment and
a fine of $25.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Thomas
Martin. Extortion. Appeal from
District Magistrato of South Kau.
Appeal withdrawn and fine paid.
Itopublio of Hawaii vb. Kekua
laa Ahann w. Polygamy. Appeal
from District Magistrate of Kau.
Plea of guilty. Sentenco sus
pended. Republic of Hawaii vs. Eliza
beth Melo. Polygamy. Commit
ment for polygamy. Eomandod
to tho lower court.
Republic of Hawaii vs. John
Haili. Burglary. Commitment
from District Magistrato of Kau.
Attorney - General doclinos to
prosecute and defendant dis
charged. Jiopublia of Hawaii vs. Daniel
Hoolapa, gross cheat. Appeal
from District Magistrato of North
Kohala. Verdict of guilty. Def
endant Beutonced to ouo yenr's
imprisonmnent at hard labor aud
to pay costs.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Kaue
Simoona. Malicious injury.
Appeal from District Magistrato
of South Kona. Appeal with
drawn. Republic of Hawaii vb. William
Spencer aud llano Punikala. In
dictment presented for forgery.
Defendants both pleaded guilty
nnd sentenced to bix mouths hard
labor each and a fino of $25.
Republic of Hawaii vs. John C.
Haili. Being found unlawfully
on promises of another at night.
Appeal from District Court of
North Kohala. Continued for tho
Republic of Hawaii vb. Ah Wa
Kui. Attempted rape. Indict
ment presented. Unanimous ver
dict of not guilty.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Ichi
Tomey. Embezzlement. Verdict
of guilty. Defendant sontoncod
to ono year's imprisonment and
Republio of Hawaii vs. Akima.
Soiling liquor without license.
Vordict of guilty. Dofondant fined
Republic of Hawaii vs. Apa.
Selling liquor without liconso.
Nolle pros, ontored.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Ako.
Soiling liquor without license
Appeal withdrawn and lino paid.
Republic of Hawaii vs. Akima.
Selling liquor without Hcoubo. Ap
peal withdrawn and lino paid.
Republic of Hawaii vh. llera
sumi, Meannga, Tasima and Ya
inata. Assault and battory. Ho
rnBiimi Bontoncod to two montho'
imprisonment. Bail of tho others
declared forfeited for non-appearance.
Republic of Hawaii vb. Aguohi
Tnza and Yukino w. Adultery.
Bail forfeited for uon appearance.
Republio of Hawaii vs. Agawa
Tataro. Gross cheat. Nolle proa,
Edward B.Barthrop and Joseph
Schlumph vs. Kona Coffee Com
pany, V. J. Capron and' J. F.Mor
gan. Creditor's bill, etc. Action
stayed by writ of prohibition
from Supremo Court.
Edward B. Barthrop vs. Kona
Coffee Company. Assumpsit.
Continuod for tho torm by consent.
Melikina and Kaluna vs. Hina
Kuoha and Kuoha, her husband.
Bill to set aside u deed. Contin
ued till moved on.
Ahong vs. Aiona. Action of ro
ploviu nnd damages. Appeal from
District Court of North Kbhnln.
Appeal withdrawn aud cnyo' 'dis
missed. Ahoi v.?. Samuel Parker by
Paul Jarrolt. Assumpsit. Appeal
from DiRtiict Court of North Ko
hala. Stricken from tho calendar.
J. D. Paris ot nl. vs. J. V. Ko
liikoa et al. Illegal impounding
aud diiii.igpu. Bottled out ot,
Joe Freitag vs. Junorio do Froi
tas. Ejectment. Continued for
tho torm by consent.
Akioka vs. John Lindsay. A&-.
flumpsit. Judgment for defendant.
J. K. Nahalo vs. Mrs. M. F.
Scott and M. F. Scott. Suit
to recover possession of lantl
Appeal withdrawn. Settled out
Kohala Sugar Co. vs. Willio
Poliahu. DeHortitm onntrnnf. aav.
vico. Appeal withdrawn and caaq.
Kaleohaui ot nl. vs. Mre. J. N..
Kuaumoku. TrospaBs. Contin
ued to noxt term.
Lopoka Lincoln vs. George Lin
coln. Divorco granted. Libellco
to pay 1U por mouth alimony and
50 counsoi fees.
Kahooholo vs. Kcawoopaln w.
Divorco grantod on ground ol,
Sera w. vs. Mahiko. Continued.?
for tho tdrm.
Alapai vb. Konanui w. Divorco
grantod ou tho ground of utter
Knhukula vs Kekuanniw. Di
vorco granted for desertion.
Milly Kuaimoku w. vs. J. N.
Kuaimoku. Divorco granted for
Ahaua vs. Kekualoa Ahann v.
Divorco grnuted on ground of
Kamahiai Kahokili vs. KaliOn
kili w. Continued till next torm.
Manuel Ah Oheo vs. Maria do
AsconBao. Continued for tho
Estate of Rev. Elias Bond, do
ceased. Ordorod that lottorB tosta
montary issue as prayed for
Estate of D. N. Heloloa of Kan,
deceased. Petition to sell real
estate. Continued for tho lorm.
loano ot al. vs. 0. P. Hart ot al.
Bill for partition. Roport ot
Commissioner affirmed and
authority granted to oxecuto con
veyances to parties interested.
In tho matter of tho guardian
ship of tho minor children of D.
S. Kahookano. Petition for ap
pointment of guardian granted
and order raado that letters of
guardianship issuo to D. S. Kn-
hookano, tho father. Bouu $250.
In the matter of tho application
of H. L. Kawowohi for liconso to
practice law in tho lowor courts.
Petitioner oxamiued and tho ap
III tlio 1'ollce Court.
In Judge de la Vorgno's 'court
this morning three Chirieso gamb
lors woro fined 10 oach.
Doyi, convicted of being a com
mon nuisanco in causing tho pub
lic highway to be ovorilowed, was
fined 10 and costB.
Fred Wagner plead d guilty ot
assault and battory ou a China-
1 num. beutonco reserved. '
Tarn Hoon and Ah Toug w.oro
sontoncod to sixty days each on
the reof for being concerned, in
a chofn gamo.
cMinATt: I'oit junun. -
Editor Evening Bulletin:
Tho old adago says, " Of two evils
ohooso tho least." Tho two evils
in our case aro Col. Littlo and tho
Little Colonel. Wo, tho people,
don't liko cither ono. So saitu
072 of us, nil voters.
Hilo, Oot. 12, 1890.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nununu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Torino: 26
nnd 50 cents por night. $1, and
1.25 por week. 1