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l'HE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., JANUARY 10, 18!)9.
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Firiy Tim Cmiturril,
Deputy Marshal Obilliugwortb
mado nnotbor clover cntch nt
nbout 10 o'clock laat night. Tim
time it was 13. Gallagher, n roan
who, provioua to bis stay in Ho
noluln, wiiB on oraployo aboard
the. O. S. 8. Australia.
Ohillinaworth got n "nointor"
and was waiting for Gallauher at
n nlaoo on BereUtnn near Mauuit
kea whoro tbo latter intonded to
dispose of some of bis opium. Ai
tbo timo moutioueu, b dbok,
driven by Miko Oostlo, approach
ed from tbo direction of town. As
Gallagher started to jump out, tbo
glenmibg barrel of a royolver up
neared in close proximity to his
face. Ho submitted to arrest but
. vVcurped his luck in round terms.
V With Gallagher, tbo
$ .. . Marshal focud lifty tins
i With Gallagher, tbo Deputy
AToi-alml fnniiil fiftv thin of Ran
'Francisco onium. In the Polico
S?yt Court this forenoon, Uallaphor
yx nlflad ouiUv and waR fined S2J30
and costs. Ho may have to work
out bis seutence.
Gallagher is supposed to bo the
same man who was recently con
victed in "Waimea, Kauai, on tbo
charge of having opium unlaw
fully in his possession.
Pttllcn On,,rl Nnteg,
In tho polico this forenoon, Dau
Houghtailing, ion of George
Hougbtailing, appeared on tbo
charge of selling spirituous liquor
without o license. Altornoy De
Bolt appeared for tho defendant
and asked tbat tho ploa bo reserved
until tomorrow. Granted.
Tho caso oi H. F. Bopoi and N.
P. Pluubett, tbo two young meu
anoMca yesterday on tuo cuarge
of gross cheat, was sot for Monday
next at Uw request of Attorney
Ediths. Tho young men, who
are suspected of obtaining money
on bogus checks, aro expecting to
got some lottors by tho Kinauthat
arrive 'back in port Sunday night
Akina, a Ohinaman, who, ao
cording to his own statement has
boemconvicteu three or four tiinos
ou flio chargo of having che fa
tickets in possession, again plead
guilty to tho Bamo cbargo and was
fined 32G and costs.
TEmil HesB, tho mBmvbo for a
long timo past, made tho sausages
for tho Metropolitan Meat Co., died
yesterday, after a abort illness.
Tbo funeral notice will bo fouud
'in another column.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Alcherley is hero from
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WE WANT YOU TO SEE THEM!
Bakin & Whitman.
- - TRIBUNE AND MARCH BICYCLES.
Pionoor Mill started in grindiug
gaiu on Monday.
Tbo Aldon Bessc has hauled
out into tbo stream.
A furnished houeo centrally
located is to let. Sco WANTS.
Tho Kilohana came in ytter
day and will sail again today for
W. A. Greenwell, J. Green
well, A. Ferunudos wcro among
tbe pussougeis in tbo Mauua Lun
Thf Golden Bule Bazaar tells
today how it can sell goods at low
or figures than competitors. Head
bow it is done.
Tbo Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
again calls attention to its place
in banking circlcH. The saving
department is a uow and popular
Tho Mnuna Loa pcoplo deny
that tbpro was any race between
the Mmum Loa and Olaudiun to
Lilmina. They say tbat tho latter
vcbsel wos too far ahead for auy-
ono to tbiuk of racing.
Tbo Manna Loa bnuled along
sido tbo Inter-Island wharf at
about 2pm today. Purser Tuft
roports as follows! Honuapo
cleaned out; 1300 bogs sugar left
at P M and COO at P S M.
The Hawaiian Crisps Company
has removed from tboir old eland
in King street to morn suitable
premises lately occupied by Joseph
Tinker as a moat mnrket on Nnu
anu Btreet, opposite Chaplain
streot. Sco New Today.
Thero wero not enongh mem
bers of tbo Hawaiian Relief Soci
ety present at the home of Mrs.
S. C. Allan this morning, to con
stitute a quorum. The annual
meeting has been postponed until
next Tuesday moruiug at tho
same time and place.
Pilipo, a native who has been
working along tho wharves for
some years past, was arrested Sun
day it being thought that the man
was iuHaiie. His relatives called
for him this morning. Pilipo in
sists on remaining about the police
station. His talk is hardly tbat of
a wholly stino man.
IS NOW COMPLETE.
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
Seth Thomas Clocks
In Big Assortment!
Cor. Fort and Merchant St?.
Any style of machine or hand stamp made
on short notice. Agents for the Molse
Kllnkner Co., Sun l-mnclfo. Brass and
Metal Signs. Call and see samples. : : :
WALL, NICHOLS CO
1'ernntm wlhliliiK to obtain hoard nt
Makuwao, Mnul, can lie vccoiimuxlntoit
at MRS. II. II. I!AIU:Y'.S
TnruiH, $10 wirwook. OSfi-flm
if you want a nice rubber tire
back with a careful driver ring up
Club Slablo Hack Stand Tel. 315),
and wo guaranteo you will be
N. FERNANDEZI I
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Oltlce: 208 Merchant street, Camp
bell Block, rear of J. O. Carter's ofllce.
P. O. Hox 104.
EDMUND II. HART,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Convtynr nd Searcher of Records.
Ollleo Cainnboll'a Illook, Moroliant St.
Next door to HillnVlne Co. :os;-H
AOKNT TO TAKK
Acknowledgments to Instruments,
DlHtHct of Kona, Oahit.
At V. C. Aclil's olllco, King Ktruot, near
We have on hand for a
few days, a large stock of
We do not keep them, we
sell them. Begin the
right by purchasing a new
piano, and REMEMBER that
we will take your old pianos
as part payment.
BERGSTM MUSIC C0,Ltd.
CONNER rOUT AND I1KKBTANIA STREETS.
Holiday Prices on Bicycles!
For Sweethearts and Wives,
Sisters and Daughters
A LARGE STOCK AT
m& i& out :r,.a.tes !
PEARSON & HOBRON, Agts
312 FORT ST. Telephone 565.
In selecting Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen ?
Second, the quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these two points the rest
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever offered
in Honolulu. We know our prices
are right, because we buy right
from the manufacturers, thereby
saving the percentage made by
the middle man.
When you come to our store
we feel it our duty to familiarize
you with the goods we carry, and
our time is yours.
Come and inspect our stock.
Goods are all marked in plain
Hollister Drug Co,
CKUKI.TY TO A CHILI).
Ever since tho nrrival in port of
a certain coil ship, thoro baa been
talk along the waterfront of tho
ill-treatment that n littlo eight
year old girl is receiving at the
hands oE tho Captain. Now tho
matter Iiab gotten to a point wbero
waterfront peoplo aro interesting
thoraselvee in tbo caso. They are
very much incensed over tbo
affair and have dcided to take
steps immediately toward tbo re
lief? of tbe poor child.
The stnry is briefly this. Tbo
girl is a daughter of tbo Captain
by bis first wife, from whom bo
obtained a divorco not lone ago.
For reasons which tbe skipper
aloue believes to bo good ones, ho
Las kept tbo child bolow in tbe
cabin ever einco bis arrival in
port aud will not allow her to go
above, even for a breath of air.
Tbo Captain oats but littlo him
self (this by bis own confession)
aud thinks that therefore, the
girl can got along with an inade
quate amount ol food.
Tho auonta hero have not be
come acquainted uith tbe facts in
tho enso as yet but, before long,
they will very probably be called
upon nnd given a complete htatn
m?ut of affairs.
Vloliitliitf Currl.; Hetfulutlont
In tho police court Hub fore
noon, Nat Goodwin appeared on
tbo cbaryo of violating ono of the
carriogo regulations by overcharg
ing a passonger. W. N. Arm
strong mndo the complaint tbat
waB tho causo of Goodwin's arrent.
Ho, however, did not appear in
court. G6odwin plead not guilty
a first bat, after walkiug to tho
back of tho room, docided to
change this to guilty. Marshal
Brown asked for a light fine.
Goodwin bad already bcon pun
ished as the peoplo for whom ho
had been working, bad takon his
back away from him. Judge Wil
cox finod tho defendant $2 and
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We have a Large
Assortment of this
ble article, which
we are selling at
the most reasona
No. 10 FORT ST.
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