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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 25, 1899, Page 5, Image 5',
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1 , THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MAY 25, 1899.
Creln L,n,l Aenln.
Ed. Greta, tho eon of tho Ha
waiian Hotel barber, appeared
agnir iu thn Polico Court this
moruing on tho chargo of laiceuy
in tho socond degree. Greta tins
appeared in tho police Court
about a half dozen times ou va-
rioua charges. On tho last occn
f "-eion tho chargo was tho eamo as
,V3 tlio one this moruing. At that
' jjSWitno the father wanted the boy sent
, 9 'uo Koform school a8 ho could
V A.- $P nothing whatever wilh him.
' This moruing ho 6tatod that bi'B
A wife was about to leavo for Ban
"'' ' Francisco and that the boy would
go along with hor. Tho Court
granted Mr. Crota until Jun 3
to get his eon out of tho couutiy.
If be has not disappeared by Hint
timo, sentence will be imposed.
' ' . TOnnt a Heirto Branch.
Tboro will bo a meeting of tho
. Eamohamoba Aluraui Association
at tho usual placo tomorrow even
ing for the purpose of drawing
up resolutions on the death of
etadent Nalmlo and also for tho
consideration of a proposition
from tho Atmnni members iu Hilo
to tho effect that they be allowed
to form a separate branch of tho
Association. There aro now about
ten Kamehameha graduates iu
The Bulletin) 75 cents per month.
Applications will be received at the office
WARING & CO. for the purchase of Lots on
Situated on the magnificent hillside between Nuuanu and
Pauoa Valleys, and commanding a superb marine and scenic
view stretching from Diamond Head over Punchbowl to the
Waianae range of mountains.
A broad, winding Boulevard giving access to the property
is now in course of construction, and choice lots of sufficient
area for magnificent homesteads will soon be available.
On the Nuuanu side of the hill is a Pali protecting it from
the high winds and heavy showers of Nuuanu Valley, ensuring
a salubrious climate.
The elevation of the property is from 1!0 to 7S0 feet
above sea level.
Applications will be numbered and filed, and choice will
"be allotted according to the number of the applications.
Only 1,000 for a lot 100 x 200 feet. Terms easy.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
Rooms 7 and 8, Progress Block.
Goods - - -
New Music Boxes
In the Music Line.
1ST Pianos sold on Installments of Sio per month.
coitNKrt rorrr and behetania streets.
Headquarters far Stella, Reglna, Olympia Music Boxes.
M ' I I '
said a business man, "insisted
upon my riding a
She said there ought to be as
little trouble around our home
as possible, and she has learn
ed from experience that
CAUSE NO TROUBLE."
D. B. WHITMAN,
Telepliono 7 10.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
A young mnn i wanted todrive
a wngon. Seo Wunts.
13onrd and lodging nt theQueon
hotel daring J imp, July and Au
gust for $35 a month.
During tho aliscDco of G. E.
Boardinan from the islands Mr.
8 F. Chillininvorth will act for
hira uuder full power of attorney.
See Now Today.
Victor Hoffmann of San Fran
oisro has preferred to accept his
contract at the price bid, $17,0!)!),
to forfeiting his bond, for building
the Borotauia stroet uchoulhouHH.
A man is known by his look",
but a neglected lawn is an eypnoio
to the neighborhood. JJuy a Cali
fornia lawn mowor and your
grounds will bo an attraction. Seo
Jtfiolo, the nativo spoken of in
yesterday's Hur.LETlN as showing
Bigns of insanity, was examiurd
by Dr. Emerson yesterday after
noon and committed to the Insane
Asylum by Judge Wilcox.
Mrs. McCoy, the McCoy sistnrB
and Sam Marion of tlio Hoyt Mc
Kee Company hnd trouble with
Manager Cooky ou tho Oceanic
wharf last evening and steamer
Moana got out in thn stream with
the ladies rotnnining on shore.
Marion who wont oat iu the
stcamor finally arranged pence
terms with the manager, the Mo
ana was stopped iu tho channel
and the ladicn wore taken out
aboard. Tho trouble was over a
request on tho part of the McCoy
sistorsfor au advanoe in pay.
WHAT MILES WILL DO
WtMuiuglon, May 8. "Tho
President is Coromnnder-in-Obief
of the Army and my superior. Hh
briB approved the findings of the
Wndo court of inquiry. There
fore I have no comment to inako
It would bo an uusoldierly act
were I lo do bo."
With tbooo words General Milos
replied to a Star reporter who saw
him for a. moment today with re
gard to the probable action ho
would takuiu vinw of the advetae
report of the court.
'Will you formulate a protest
to tho President?" was the next
"I havo nothing to ay; no, sir,"
replied the General.
"Will you inspire a Congres
sional investigation r
" JNo, sir; 1 will not talk on the
" Do you bolieve Congress will
rectify tho matter ? "
" I do not know what Cougress
will do, nor havo I any means of
knowing in advance wht verdict
nn investigation might develop. 1
havo no comment, criticism or
statement to innko iu this mutter,
and yon may take it as certain that
any alleged interviews or intiraa
tioub to the contrary said to come
from rao aro wholly and unquali
fiedly folae. I was and am now ac
tuated solely by tho considerations
of the health, lives and integrity
of the Army. My duty is done."
Police Court Notes.
In the Polioo Court this foro
noon M. J. Purgees wan Gned $100
and coMh on the chargo of selling
spirituous liquor without a license.
Tun oilier charge ngaiust defon
dant was nollo proa'd. Munuol
Ferro, charged with assault aud
battery on J. L.F. Silv.i, wan fined
$5 nud costs. Eiehaiduou, chargod
with obstructing and perverting
justico, was reprimauded aud dis
charged. T. G. DALLENTVNE.
H. P. EAKIN.
Ballenty ne & Eakin
General Insnrance Agents.
RICHS MUCH REDUCED.
NEW RECORDS by the well-known
Hawaiian "Kawalhao Quintette Club"
(the most popular native singers In the
Headquarters fo'r Gramophones, Grapha
phones; Reglna Music Bo.xes.
WASHBURN GUITARS AND MAN
DOLINS, the best In the world.
Music Department of
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting nnti Siipnrlntoiullui;
Electrical t Hydraulic
Eloctro-lfyilmtillc Powor Trnnnmltwlon
KKI'OItTS AND ESTIMATES
FUltNISHED. . . .
With Cntton-Ncll Co., Queon htrcot.
Olllco noxt to l'ostofflco. 1223
And we will all for and deliver, without extra charge, your Bicy
cle Gun, Typewriter, or any article of fine mechanism that needs
KODAK AND CAMERA RCPAIRIANn A SPECIALTY.
Our Tennis Racket restrlnging Is only equalled by the factories.
Give us a call.
A. W. PEARSON,
312 Fort St.
Ladies', Gents' and
In all grades from the chesp
est to the best. Sanitary,
Diamond and Hermsdorf Dyes
E. W. JORDAN'S,
Only First-Class American
Restaurant in the City.
Ice Cream Parlors
Bread, Cuke, etc., delivered to any
part of the city free.
527-529 FORT ST.,
HONOLULU, II. I.
HUSINKSS LUNCH, from It a in. till
2 p. in 25 t'ontf)
DINNKK, from 6 to 7 p. in 60 contH
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWR1TEB
Office: 8 Merchant street. Campltll Mock, rear
J. O. Carter's office. I'. O. Ilnx 144
EDMUND H. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conveyancer and Searcher of Records.
Oflloo Cntniitoll'a IJlock, Morchant St.
Neat door to Hawaiian Wine Co.
)l Remember the
M 'Phone 565.
No. 10 FORT ST.
II ' fy
In selecting Gifts
many points are to be considered:
First of all, where is the largest
and best display to be seen ?
Second, ttie quality and prices ?
After you have convinced your
self on these twoipcints the rest
We have on display the
largest and greatest variety of
CHOICE GOODS ever otlered
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.
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