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EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL 20, 1897.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Attorney General Smith donios
that his doputy has resigned.
' Tho troublo bctwoon tho two
Chinese thentor companies has
finally roachod tho Circuit Court.
Tho usual rohearsal of tho
Choral Society takes place this
ovonihg at the High Sohool build
ing. A Chinaman for assault and
battery on ouo of his countrymen
was tho only person arrested to
day. J. F. Morgan will conduct ',the
grand credit auction Bale at II.
W. Schmidt & Sons' tomorrow
Court Camoes of Foresters will
celobrato its fourth anniversary
at Lusitann hull, Alapai street, on
Tho wodding of W. II. Baird
and Mibh Fannie May takes place
at St. Andrew's Cathedral1 this
evening at 8 o'clock.
Pain Killer, tho remedy that
has stood the tost of time, is great
ly reduced . in price through
changed sizo of bottles.
The maqquerndo ball at tho
Hoalani Yacht and Boat Club'a
quarters ou Friday night will bo
tho social function of the week.
The regular monthly mooting
of tho Woman's Christian Tera
poranco Union is in progress at
Y. M. C. A. hall this afternoon.
The meotinc of British re9i
dents to coubidor tho Victoria
Jubilee celebration will bo held at
the Arlington hotol tomorrow
In the police court this morn
ing Francisco da Pouto was found
guilty of dBHtiult a.ni buttery ou
Mane Sou.ii, but gut oil with a
M. M. Ilurd entertained tho
morabors of the Social Science
Club at his residence last evening.
Dr. Audrows read a p.ippr outi
tied "A Polyglot Coinmuuity."
A nativo was arretted this
morning uud is held for investi
gation in connection with tho
robbery of some monoy from a
houso occupii'd by uatiTOS near
tho King street bridge.
In tho District Court this morn
ing Tom Walker was formally
arraigned on tho charge of an
assault on John Emmeluth with a
weapon ohvinunly dangoron" to
human life, and hi examination
Bet for Friday morning.
A largo paity of young peoplo
wout down to Ewu mill last even
ing and viewed tho operation of
sugar making with iuteiest. It
was stated that last Thursday the
big miiractually turned out 123
tons of btigar in 21 hours.
Tho Uegimouts defeated tho TJ.
S. S. Petrel's baseball nine ypster
day ufteruoou Ly a score of 21 to
3. It was demonstrated that tho
Bogiments aro in fine form, mak
ing it oasy to predict that tho
Stars have their w oik cut out for
Following is tho Honolulu
eleven to play tho Wild Swan
cricketers at 2 o'clock tomorrow
nftornoon: Dr. Murray, A. M.
Hewott, A. It. Hatfield, J. Cattou,
II. Vincent, Clivo Davies, T.Lish
mau, Duvey, J. Jordan, V. Lish
man, H. Herbort."
Teuders for constructing tho
Pali road will be opened at noon
tomorrow. A condition of tho
pnnf'-nnt i Hut ft Wst Jinlf Hio
number of lahorors employed aro
to bo Hnwaiians, Americans or
Europeans. One pf tho objects
of this stipulation is to givo work
to the many natives living on tho
Boboit L. Soott has dovised a
neut form of program for tho Ha
waiian Opora Houso, tho por
luuuoul embellishment of wuioh
has boou deliuoalod by Viggo
Jacobrien, tho pan niliot. It con
tains a plan of tho houso, with
every seat's number and location.
This will bo a groat convonionce.
Spice for advertising is reserved.
Schillings Best vanilla
extract is made from vanilla,
not from tonka bean.
lea hiking owHfT
coffee flavoring extract I
mda and tpicts
are money-back at your
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
IIF.AVV IA,llli: M'lT IIKOVMIIT
II V INJi:ilKl lll)Mt,M
Controvert- lletnrcu Kltnl Clilncae
Thcnlrlcal Companion DMclinriie
of Alccc lit llankrtiplry.
E. C. Winston, plaintiff, by his
attorneys, Kinney fc Ballon, has
filed a demurrer to tho answer of
Hawaiian Pork and Packing Co.,
dofendant. The demurrer alleges,
among other grounds, that "it is
impossiblo to toll from said an
swer whether tho defendant ad
mits or deuios tho pluiutiff'a
claim, whereby uo issue of fact is
present for tho doterminutiou of a
Judge Carter has granted the
discharge of W. H. Baird, as
signee in bankruptcy of Wing
Yee Tai Company.
A bill in equity for injunction
is being heard by Judgo Cartor.
Choug Moo Iliuy, for and ou ac
count of Loi Kwnu Ying Co.,
prays that Chun Choi, Kan Wing
Chow and Foi Fun Wung Co. bo
enjoined from trespassing on the
boards of tho old Ohinoso theater.
Plaintiff alloges that, with full
authority from tho company ho
represents, ho is losseo of tho
theater, and that from
February, 1890, porformancos
havo been continuously givon
therein, from which tho company
has derived good financial profits.
Loo Clmt S.im, the complainant
pays, i- a shuiiholdur in the com
pany, and ho engaged tho defend
ants to play a season in tho theut
er. Aoioidingly they occupied the
place during last week, giving
their performances and retaining
oil the roceipts for admission.
This was in defiance of tho au
thority and control of Chong Moo
Hing, who is manager as well as
lessee of tho theater. Complain
ant feared that there would bo a
broach of tho peaco between tho
rival companies last night, there
fore procured a temporary injunc
tion to restrain tho defendants
from occupying the theater until
tho mattor bo determined by theso
proceedings. Castlo and Weavor
represent tho complainant, and
Magoou & Ediugs tho defendants.
Carlos Long by his attorney,
A. Bu j, hti at. red a suit
against tVin. II. Cornwall Jr. for
610,000 damage1! for cuoiinal con
versation. Tho alleged grounds
of tho proceeding involve a course
of conduct ou tho part of tho do
fondant calculated to destroy tho
conjugal and domestic peace of
the compluinant. It is assorted
by friends of the compluinant
that this course has been persist
ed iu, notwithstanding severe per
sonal checks from tho complain
ant and strong cautions from near
friends of tho respondent.
TWO .1HI.MOXN IMll MIAIMII.
Jllllllt'O ItPIK llt'l'lll'O ll) II
E. T. Hooloy, tho noted Lon
don promotor and ilontor of groat
financial ontcrpriscs, has takon
opportunity of tho approaching
jubiloo of Quoqu Victoria to de
vote 82,000,000 of his fortune to
philanthropy. Mr. Hooloy, by
his ability as a financier, hns
built up a colossal fortune. He
ia not unknown to American
r. ' 11'
of tno abiost operators ou the
London Stock Exchange. Hav
ing mado hirasqlf iinmonsoly rich
Mr. Hooley has now decided to
spend much of his timo and
monoy in helping his suffering
follow countryman. Tho sum
above numed will bo wisely in
vested and tho interest money
fiom it will bo anonl in ioliv"i
widows and orphans in I ho vicini
ty of Sir. Hooloy b big eatates iu
TJut this is only ono of bin phi
lanthropic schemes. Ho has nt
trnotwl thp attention of the pooial
ists Mith his plan for peubiouiug
every old man in Grout liritnin,
or, say, ovory man who is no long
er able to oarn his own livinu.
Mr. Hooloy proposes to do this iu
a manner which will not tax tho
rich in excess of tho poor. His
piirnoso is to lnvy a tariff of fi
shillinys n ijmirtur on all corn im
ported into tho couutry. This tax,
Iio argues, would fall with scarcely
any offect whatovor on tho well to
do, uud would iu no wise incon
voninnco tho workingman, who
would, iu the ond, bo buuplited by
it when ho would roach an ugo at
Cclcbrntcd for lis great leavening rtrcngth
and lirntthftilncta. Assure tlie fooj ni;aiiist
nlmn mul nil forms of adulteration common
to tho clienp brands. ItoVAi, Hakino Tow
licit Co , New YotiK.
last the season
from 5 to 8 years,
find rongh '
they were fair bargains.
At Throe Dollurs
thoy nio pie-ominont.
9 Hotel Street : : WaTCfley BlOCt
WeJWake Shirts to Order.
Notice is lxtreby givon that tho
undersigned hns boon oloctod As
signoo of the Bankrupt Estnto of
tho Otnfukn Co., Hanuvepu,
Knuai. All liorsons linjiing
claims against tho said Ot.ifuku
Co. vill prcont the sania to mo
at ouco. All accounts duo tho
said Otnfuku Co. nro pnyulilp to
O. von lianiin, at tho ofitco of Ed.
Hoflaohlucgor it Co.. Honolulu.
C. vox HAMM,
Assignee Estate Otafuku Co.
Honolulu, April 17, 1897.
I'rttrmi am n-gpvclfu'ly rpiUtsle(l
to oitlor thi-lr iiiily of Ice licfure 5
o'clock ). in., on wc-el. iIum, uuI Lib
fort. VI o'nloi'k noun on rttnvbv nml
HdliilujH. In case of uewMilty, Jcu
nmy he oht!iliuil nftcr nliovo hours,
Ht No. 897 Heri'lnnltt Street, or at the
Colli Ktoiiigo Kuiiiii nf th Hiiwaiiun
Eleclilu Co', lictwocn tlit lioura of
0 o'cloak p. in. null 11 o'clock p. in.
PEOPLE'S ICE& R'F'U CO., Iiu.
O. II. IIlIITilANN, JlnnaRer.
Olllee, No. 001 fleretiinltt Street,
Tel. No. 153 P. O. Ilox 3G7. 660 3t
NOTARY PUBLIC aul TYPEWRITES
OrriCKt 203 Merchant strcot, Campbell
Jllock rear of J. O. Ciittoi'a office. 1'. O.
which lie was no longer nblo fo
earn a livelihood. Tho millionaire
promoter avs that with IwpIvo
tootl meii to aid him iu the work
j he coukl carry his scheme throuuti
! in lobf) than six inuuths. Mr.
Hooley has lntoly lurnfd his at
I lention to tho pufnuit of ogricul
I turo. Uo is ouo of the greatest
hhi op btcrders in hiifrumd, vnA m
also a cattle raiser. Iio is only 38
Now shirt waists, collaro, cuffs
and tho very latest of funcy ties at
tho Tomplo of Fashion, all going
at a discount of 25 per cent on tho
! original cost.
Tho llov. Alox. Mackintosh
would like to see every mule
momber of tho Second Congrega
tion at tho annual vostry mooting
to bo hold in thu schoolroom of
tho Cuthedial at oight o'olock on
San Francisco and Yoko
The Flr.t Simmer
Of the above lluo will bo due from
Kobe, Japan, on or about tho
30th. OF AJKRIL
And will havo dispatch for San
I3T For particulars, Inquire of
G. E. BOARDMAN,
Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.
A Meeting of British Resident will
be held in tho Arlington Hotel Par
lors, on WEDNESDAY EVENING,
tho 21st April, at 7:30 o'olock, to con
aider what steps should be taken for
the proper celebration of Queen Vic
toria's Diamond Jubilee.
THOMAS RAIN WALKER,
F. M. 8WANZY,
.Honolulu, April 14, 1897. 584-Gt
HAS TnE ,
Best Tonsorial Artists
Notice is hereby givon that all ac
counts due the undersigned of FOUR
MONTHS or longer standing will bo
placed in the bands of our attorneys
for collection, unless Immediate eot
llement is made.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
500 Pieces of Ribbon at 25c, the Piece.
500 Pieces Assorted Ribbons at
Wider Ribbons in Proportion !
SILK TRIMMINGS and PASSAMEHTERIES
A.t JIxcoedinp;ly Tjow l3ricos.
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M 10-EOET STEEET ST0EE-lsTo. 10
Housekeepers, Attention !
BARGAINS IN BED SPREADS
WE ARE OFFERING THIS WEEK -
In Bed Spreads
A Full Sized Bed Spread, hemmed, ready
for use, at $1.25.
Extra Quality at $1.50 and $1.75.
JST1 These are new fresh goods, just opened and bought
direct from headquarters.
N. S. SACHS,
520 Fort; Sfcraot : : L-lonohilnJ
Since We Must Eat to Live, Id's Have the 'Best.
Just Opened TJp an
Invoice of . . .
SctylLUIlq's BeSj Tb3-
Japan Flavor, English Breakfast and Ceylon. Also,
SCHILLING'S BEST BAKING POWDER.
Glvo them a trinl. Slonoy bol: if you iloa'l liko'lhuta. Also, Just recolvoJ,
Choice Block Butter, Kits Creamery Butter,
Fidelity Brand Bacon, Hatas, Crackers and Cakes,
Mild Cheese, Smoked Boet',
Choice Humboldt Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.'
212 King street, next to the Arlington.
ESfc. These Ribbons havo from 9 to 3G yards in
E&, Tnese Ribbons havo from 9 to 1 8 yards in
each piece. 53
45c. the Piece.
each piece. jl
v , $a
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