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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 12, 18U7
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Calico bn.ll tonight.
J. W. Liming nml
A mortgage -,was recontly ro
corded bearing 'interest at 30 per
lurs. w. j. xohcock nnu unugu- j
tor loavo on tuo Mouowni tor
Superior breakfast Bausogo iB a
specialty at the Central Market.
Ring it up.
II. E. Coleman, tho new secre
tary of the Y. M. 0. A., arrived on
Captain Bray of the Missionary
bark Morning Star caruo down on
Kaluna and Josiah, two Ha
waiian drunks, paid tho usual
lino this morniug.
Company D will not meet this
evening, us tho members want to
tako in the Calico ball.
0. H. Fairor, with T. II. Davies
& Co., returned on tho Monowai
from a trip to tho Coast.
Tho charge against Joao Q.
Buptista of peddling milk without
a hconse has been dismissed.
The socoud shooting match bo
tweeu teams of Company B and
tho polico force comes off tomor
row. A meeting of the Hawaiian
Rowing Association iB called for
tomorrow at 1:30 p. in. at A. G. M.
A mooting of tho Christian
Workers of Central Union church
will bo hold in tho Y. M. C. A. hall
at 3:30 this afternoon.
J. S. McCuudleas loaves for La
haina this morning to see how his
well boring contract at that plan
tation is getting along.
Captain Schaefer presides at tho
eloctiou of officers of Company 0
this ovening. Captain Caraara
will havo no opposition.
Lewis & Co. give somo gentle
hints to housekeepers in this pa
per. Hoed what thoy say if you
would livo woll and save monoy.
A number of ladies and contle-
men were workiug until lute last
night at tho decoratious-for tho
- Calico ball at Independence ball.
At a meeting of the officera of
tho Citizens Guard last evening a
plan was agreed on for a series of
shooting contests for medals and
Tickets for Company A's ball
on tho ovonmg or .Monday, (
February 22, aro on sale. Tho i
Quiutetto Club of tho National
baud will furnish tho music. I
Tho roturn cricket match be-1
tween tho British Naval boys and
tho town team will be playod to- I
morrow at 1:30 p. in. sharp. Tho'
Baseball ground will bo tho scono
of tho battlo. I
Johu R. Mott, general secretary '
of tho World's Students' Christi
an Federation, will occupy tho ,
Sulpit of tho Methodist church on
unday morning. In tho evon
1 ing ho will address a union meet
I ing of tho churches at Central
L. O. Abies has ascertained that
the Monowai came all tho way
from San Francisco by water,
with tho exception of one railo
that she was blown out of the
, kwutor. As Mr. Abies ib agent of i
tJio Greenwich Jbire lnsuranco
Co., anything he says about wator
February G, an ongineer of long
exporionco writes the Pacific
Hardworo Co., as follows: "I
received "your circulars concern
ing Vacuum Oil and as -I have
used them sinco, having tho power
of solocting my own oil, I can
only echo tho facts which thoy ex
press." Tho following were elected
members of the Mounted Resorvo
at a mooting held at the polico
station yesterday aftornoou: O.
C. Swain, Joseph Kealohakui,
Joseph Smith, J. Montgomery,
Jumos L. Torbert, Harry A.
Kluogel, H. Duncan, W. A. Lovo
and A. Woirick.
Of tho Secretary Diso Plow ouo
of tho most successful plantation
managers writes tho Paoifio Hard
ware Co.: "I have deloyod writing
you about tho work of the Secre
tary Diso Plow, until I satisfied
mysoU in regard to its proper
working. I am busy
Wowing a fiold with it now, and it
is doing fiuo work, and 1 hopo for
good lesultB from the thorough
plowing it iB receiving."
No arrests today.
Abraham Liucoln's birthday.
Measles is spreading in San
Thorn is not a amain tirisoner
in tho police station awaiting I
Dr. T. T. Fronoh and wife woro
booked for tho Monowai, but did I
The quartorly mooting of tho ,
Union Food Co. will bo hold at 10 (
o'clock a. m. tomorrow.
In tho polico court this morn
iug Judgo Wilcox postponed tho ,
hearing of the Coelho cuso until
next 1" riday.
Mrs. Herbert Wiuslow of Oak
laud, Cal., arrived by tho Mono
wai on n visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Lyle.
Liver and bologna sausage, head
nlinnnn nnrl ntlipr in nut dnlinnnina
are always to bo found fresh and '
clean at tho Central Meat
In tho police court today Ngin '
Kee'a case, for selling foreign
goods without a license, wont
over until tomorrow after a plea
Nine rejected Chiucso immi
grants, who have boon in quaran
tine sinco tho arrival of the Cop
tic, woro transferred to tho polico
station this morning to await do
portation. Marshal Brown has to forego '
his intended trip to Molokai, I
partly on account of tho absence '
of the Attorney-General and part-
ly because his testimony is re
quired in tho Dimoud caso. j
I'ltOUKIJiS OP TIIK l'l.AUlE.
Knronii Aiittioiltle Already Tnlt
IiiK Kneretle lr-rniitliun,
A lato exchange says tho Princo
of Oldenburg, tho head of tho
Russian medical institution, has
visited Odessa to observo tho situ
ation there in regard to the possi
bility of tho introduction of tho
plague through that port, and is
about to visit Berlin and Paris
tor tho purpose of consulting
with medical and health authori
ties in those capitals. The Gor
man Imporial Board of Health
has issued ordors that all parrious
arriving fioni India, Persia and
Red Sea poits be especially
watched and quarantined at Ham
burg or Bremen on suspicion of
their infection with the plague.
Professor Drascho, a member
of the AuHtrian Sanitary Council,
states that there is great danger
that tho pluue will make its ap
pearance iu Europe and expresses
the opinion that European trado
with infected Indian ports ought
to bo stopped at once and such
Professor Kieffer, son in-law of
Dr. Koch, the bacteriologist, ex
pressed his belief that sporadic
cases of tho plague will appear in
Europe, but does not bolievo that
tho disease will become opidomia
if onorgetic measures for its pre
vention aro taken.
Those are days of considerable
anxiety and perplexity to all who
have possessions or other interests
in tho Republic of Hawaii, and it
is time that our citizens came to a
mutual understanding on sevoral
important issues. Tho prospects
for Annexation appear at present
vague and indistinct, and our
destiny cannot be forotold with
certainty. Thero are those, also,
who still fondly cling to tho hopo
of a return to tho old order of
things, and who cannot be per
suaded otherwise, yet this out
look appears far moro hazy than
that of Annexation even to tho
most hopeful disciples of tho
Monarchy. But, fortunately, in
tho midst of all this uncertainty
there is solace in tho fact that
Buffalo Beer has came to stay ami
that patrons of all sorts and
opinions may equally share tho
benefits of its invigorating and
sustaining properties. We are
moreover assured that this favorite
brow will continue to bo dispens
ed as horotoforo at tho Royal,
Pacific and Cosmopolitan Sa
loons. The Moimtor Ilil Not Conic,
Riohard Ashe, alias Butler,
tho uotoriouB murderer, was not
aboard tho S. S. Monowai. Ho
will bo taken to the Colonies iu
the S. S. Alameda, which should
arrivo at Honolulu March 11.
It is understood that exti edition
proceedings woro delayed to se
cure full identification of the
hi i:m:i(i i: ni'ii.nt !
II i 111 j- ii (lonil IIiiii In Sun I'liill
lr' Cllj I'rlxin
Additional details of the capture
of Frank Butler, the Australian
murderer, aro at hand. When ar
rested ho aeomed Btolidly iudiffor
ent and insisted that ho was Loo
Weller. Among bis effects wore
found many of the private papers
of tho lato Captain Loo Wal
ler, also song books and
other personal property of ouo
Frank Harwood and of Captain
Waller. The significance of tho
possession of Harwood's property
lies in tho fact that Harwood is n
mining export in Australia, whose
goods are supposed to have been
stolen by tho prisoner. Harwood
mado that charge mouths ago.
One of tho most important in
cidents of tho prisoner's clothing
was the discovery of ten giaius of
sulphate of strynhuino secreted in
his hatband. Ho expressed sur
prise that it had been found and
professed that ho knew not whonco
it carao nor what it was. Later
ho said he had nover intended to
ond his own life.
Captain Frasor knew that Butlor
was the man suspocted of mur
dering many men in tho Austra
lian bush, but as Butler was a
good worker and an obedient mau
he was allowod to work without
molestation. Tho captain thought
ho had no authority to placo tho
man in irons.
After his urrest tho prisonor was
hurriedly drivon to tho now City
Hull, and his ofFects woro sche
duled, a copy boing kept by Cap
tain Lees and one by tho Aus
tralian dotoctivc. Tho navigation
papers of Captain Leo Wellor
were conspicuous among tho moro
vulii'iMo piocos of ovirlosoo. It
should be rorcombered that tho
bodies of Captain Leo Woller ond
other victims of the murderer
wero not discovered until uftor
tho Swunhildu sailed, so Butlor's
ignorance of whnt tho world knows
did much to enconrngo him in
his bold claim that ho is Loo
Butler was turned over to tho
Uuited States Marshal about 11
a. m., and thousands of pooplo
were allowed to soo him. At 2
p. m., he was exuninod for identi
fication before Comraixsionor FTou
cook nnd the hearing of evidence
of prob'ible onue on tho petition
for extradition will come before
the si mo tribunal at 10:30 a. m.
The British Consul appeared
by attorney and mndo the formal
demand for extradition, resisting
tho application of Loonurd, Stono
& Bidwtll, who appeared for Cut
ler, for a delay of ton duys.
In responro to the only ques
tion nsked by thp court, "What
is your true uarao?" tho urinor
roplied, in a ch-ar tono, "Leo
Wellor is my name." Ho soemed
cool and deliberate.
Among Butlor's eftVots wore
private papors, books, photo
graphs .md "jewelry belonging to
Cnptiin Woller; mining exports'
certificates in the namo of Frank
Harwood, another supposed vic
tim; also a bluo sorgo cOriC and
vest which Detective Roche 8113'S
he can swear belonged to the
murdored Preston. Thoso aro
only a fow of the dutnuging ovi
donces of crime found in Butler's
possession, but aw abundantly
sufficient to haug him.
Tentlmoiiy for Republic Onoa Had
K. U, hclillllioil Iu be Dulended.
In tho caso of Minna Crommor,
put on trial for selling liquor
without a HceuBO, Doputy Attor
ney General Dolo became disgust
ed with the witnosses for tho
prosecution and throw up tho
Mr. Dole also askod for a nolle
prosequi for Ah Wing and Ah
Young, possession of opium.
Leo Yuu, Ah Choo and Hong
Cheong were put ou trial boforo
Judge Cartor by the following
jury this morning: A. F. Cooke,
P. J. Vooller, M. Smith, N. E.
Gedge, Win. Mutch, C.W. Dickey,
J. W. Lloyd, W. R. Sims, D. W.
McNicoll, G: W. R. Kiuo, O. 0.
Swain aud R. W. Cathcurt.
Robeitson assists tho prosocutiou,
whilo Caso appears for defend
ants. It is an appeal from small
fines for assault and battery.
Paul Neumann haB filed notico
that ho appears as attorney for
dofendaut in tho divorco suit of
Minnio Schumau vs. Emil G.
Celebrated for Its ;rent Imunltig utrcnctli
anil lienltlidilneis. AMiireo tho food unlnst
alum nnd all forms of ndiiUvratlon common
to tho cheap brand. ItoVAI. IHkino 1'ow
itu Co , Jr.w Yoiik
Have you n copy of the : :
: : Hobron Drug Co's. now
The book ib different from the
ordinary cook-book. Its freo to
inyone who will call or write.
Better get ono to-day.
Hobron Drug Co.
King & Fort.
Have Just Received per S. S.
jtaw pashioii Qoods
Very Pretty Oesigtia.
Dresses . . .
Dress Goods In Evening Shades!
Wholesale and Ketull.
Straw Hat Chat
FOR ONE WEEK.
Wouderful, tlie style
and comfort tucUod together
Bomo men arejiMtptuliborn
enough to look Into their
live-dollar derhy for tho
label nnd then think of a
htruw hat. If tho label leads
yon no iieiiriT the butter than
u thought, you are u couple
doMur' in, provided our
thought leads you here.
All the butters' styloi unit
point of our own
Price, ull our own
For the Week Only
9 Hotel Street
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
New Spring Goods
JUST OPEN AT
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520 F-orfc Streot
THE VERY LATEST MATERIALS!
Fancy Organdies, Printed YEusliis,
GrcnadineSt HoinesptLu, Linens,
An entire new line in Stripes, Plaids, Checks, Pin Spots, etc.
Latest in. DSTeck Wear,
New Inchings, Latest Collars and Cufl's.
The "STeTr !Bolero Jackets
In Jet and Lace, in Black and White.
New "Ribbons ! !N"ov Trimmingss !
LL pipE SpOfCERS
Our Large A.ssortment of
SPllt - PIPES - W7
Just Received Direct from the London Factory.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
pifiE HvM7 fl,LA VD AtE1lcM Ciqrs
Tobaccos and Smokers' A.rticles,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets.
Li WIS COi
First-class grocers include
among their patrons people
whose tastes run to tho dainty.
It may not pay the dealer to
handle such goods alone but
if one of our 1800 customers
wants Armour's Sliced Bacon
iu tins wo feel under obligations
to that customer to keep a
stock on hand to supply his,
wants. That's how wo came to
order it first, one man wanted
it. Now our sales average
nearly a dozeu cases a week
and we seldom sell more than
one tin at a time Armours
goods are all right, particularly
his sliced bacon.
The best Block Butter is
worth half a dollar a pound
too high to use for cooking.
The next grade is California
Creamery sells for 25 cents;
still high for a largo family
where much of it is used. A
kit contains 25 pounds, we
sell one for 7.50 and the but
ter is good enough for tho
table. This is what you call
California Pig Pork is a
delicacy hero becauso moro
and better care is given to tho
feeding of tho pigs. Thoro's no
question about the quality of
tho American hog and this
pig pork wo sell is from select
ed young pigs, nothing strong
about it and not a bud pieco in
a 2i)lb. kog. It's yours to try.
Other articles wo recom
mend Salmon Bellies and
Bloater Mackerel. They aro
as great a delicacy as can be
found we swear by tho
bloaters becauso thoy are prime
and fat a single ono if you
want it or a kit.
Lewis & Co.,
In many parts of "the land
of tho free and the homo of
tho brave" at this time of the
year building operations are
suspended, and every man has
his eye on the coal dealer
while watching the water pipes
showing a tendency to frecae
up, In Honolulu where spring
is four seasons in the V9nT
carpenters may work inside 6r
The unusual operations of
the past year has had a. de
pressing effect upon edgo tools,
for, like everything else, they
give way with too constant
use. Wo have, in view of tho
prospective demand, made a
big buy of the finest grade of
tools obtainable in eastern mar
kets; they aro what carpenter
and machinists need all the
time and when buying tho best
thoy get is that which lasts
longest and obviates tho
necessity of "breaking in."
We havo the Millers Falls
Company ratchet brace, with
drill attachment. Tho Elkin's
saw file. Bailoy's adjustable
blade, wood and iron baso
planes. Steel tape measures,
guaranteed to bo accurate.
Two-foot rules in ivory and
bound with Gorman silver
Olmstcad's improved mitre box- .
es. Tho "New lloger's" foot
power scroll saw with drill and
emery attachments. These
goods aro all guaranteed first
class. Von Holt Block.