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5 E E V'-fcLNJNU UULLETIN: HONOLULU, IX. f., OCTOBER 30, L3U0.
7. 9 ;
f TwapiamMliyod by maslcrd
of UicNnBtrirtjientQ will be n mobl
accoptablo addition to tho orcbeu
tra during tlio opera eeaBou. Mr.
Hozelrigt', tho grand opera con
ductor, will play ono and Mr.
Glover tho other. Mr. Paal Eery
will bt the first violin, Mr. liorger
tho second violin and his rann will
play the ilute, crarionot, cornet,
viola, donblo base, trombono and
cello. Thoy will ranko a com;
plote and porfeot orchestra.
The rale of commencing tho
performanco at 8 o'olook will bo
strictly adhorcd to at tho hoar
naraidtotho second nnd it bohoov
os all patrooB to be in their plueea
at that time. Tho delights of
mubici can very easily be destroyed
bv the nnuoyauce o lato comers
and it is hoppd thnt each will not i
bo the enso daiinjj the seaeou tif
The management of tho Lyrio
havo faithfully carritd oat so far
every promise mado and it goen
without eayina that tho 8 o'clock
starting will bo strictly in order. j
luere aro it tew Boats leu tor
- the opening uijjut.
PI'ATIItiUED UVK TU11KKY.
Ah Hok and Kee Hole woro ar
rested by Humane Oflicer Apana
and others this morning in their
storo next to tho Metropolitan
Meat Mtrket on King t street.
They word caught feathering livo
turkeys and wero charged with
cruelty to animuls which, in law,
included any liviog creature.
The trii.l came off in the Police
Court at about 10:15 o'clock.
Both defendants pleaded guilty.
Two live turkeys with nearly nil
thair foithors plucked wore pro.
iluced as evidenc. Tho China
man had no reason whatever to
givo for their action and Judgo
Vileox attributed it to their "mis
erable coolie" nnture, A lino of
SIO and irapiieonment for ten
daya was imposed by Judgo Wil
ox who remarked, in pissing,
that the turkeys should bj killed
and placed en ice in order that
they might bo produced as evid
enoo in tbo Circuit Court should
tbero be an appeal.
Tho two Chiuamou havo appeal
ed and are now out i n $1(X) bail
Wanted Japanose nuree girl.
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-RISING WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
WALL, NICHOLS CO
1000 copies Sheet Music, 15c pep
copy. Catalogue free.
Reginn and Stella Music Boxes at Reduced Prices.
Beau Ideal Strings,
We are selling good Mandolins and Guitars from S3. 50 to $20
' Sole Agents for Maurer Mandolins and .Martin Guitars,
ranging in prices from Si 5 to gioo.
THE BER6STR0M MUSIC CO,
Proeress Blook., .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chlckerlng, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroeger, Krell, Piano;.
.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs..
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Hawaiian Songe. Soo pafio 3.
Tho Dorio will trot awny for Ban
Francisco at C:3U o'clock toinoi-
W. L. Eaton, of the 0. 11 k L
Co , leaves for Hilo tomorrow on
a two weeks vacation trip
Motion for a new trial has been
filed by defeudtnt) in tho case of
C. Lai Young vs BerenRbo et al.
Steamer James Makeo from
Kapna yesterday, reports bad
weather off thnt harbor last week,
Tho ca'o of Cbrititloy vs Ma
goon is drawing to a closo. To
morrow will probbably seo it con
Threo boys arrested under the
Curfew Law wero repriminded
and discharged in tho 1'olico
Court this foronbou.
Mr. and Mrs. Lonsdale of tho
Clay Clement Co. wero guests at a
dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. II.
M. Mott-Stmth last evening.
Midd Thomniou, sister of Mrs1.
Clement and a mombor of tho
Clay Clement Co. will remain in
Honolulu for a short time on ac
count of her health.
Tomorrow, at 10 o'clock n. m ,
James F Morgau will hold a coi -tiuuation
snlo ot boots and shoes,
also fixtures, etc., on the preinim s
of A E. Murphy fe Co., Hotel
The Dorio docked today at 1 p
ra from the Orient, having lei t
Hongkong on the lUtn instant,
Amoy on the lltn, suanguai iaui,
NugiiBaki 17lh, Kobe 18lh, Yoko
Akai 011 three charges of shII.
ing liquor withont a licenso and
Knilinli on tnn aharoes. (lDDCar-
ed in the Police Court this fore
uoon. Tneir cas-io havo betn sot
On account of au accident to
Mr. Norfleot of tho Clay Clement
Co. it was found necessary to put
Mies Lonnou in tho cast of Ham
lot at tho Opera Houeo Saturday
night as Rosencrautz.
Among tho through paseongers
on the Dorio for San Fraucico are
Captain W. H. Anderson, U. S.
A., Mujor 0. W. McCawley, U. S.
M. C, Lieut. Col. A. 13. Bay lean,
U. S. V., Lord BalcarriH and
Lieut. E. Stevenson, It. N.
Captain E II Sterling is owner
as well as commander of tlio Am
erienn Bhip Great Admiral; the
boat is named in honor of Admi
ral Farrngut. The captain bought
the ship with the idea of putting
her into the Honolulu trade.
Mrs. John Rotbwell, who line
been spending the bummor in
Seattle, returned in tho Aorongi
Saturday. She iB accompanied by
her sister, Miss Edith Haley.
Mrs. Rotbwell will reside foi the
E resent ou Biugham street, Puna
Ah Fat, a former detective in
the employ of the polico depstt-
mont, was arrested Saturday on
mo cuargo ot nniawini possession
of opium and lined S3 and costs
in the Police Court this forenoon.
Two others onuglit in Im den
weie fined the same amount.
Leiasnd iloweis forfrionds.aiiint.'
per Aurtialia tomorior. Lt t thom
cany Hawaii's', best witix-s abd
Bontiments expressed in 'song by
parebneing the "Aloha Collection
of Hawaiian Sons." For sale at
the Hawaiian Bazaar, Maeonic
Temple, e rnor Ho'e! and Alakea
sttei t5 See d 911 page 8,
Martin Deuuy and Armstrong,
the two principals in tho Unlit at
Independence Park Friday uight,
were arrested yesterday afternoon
on tho charge of gross cheat, this
in connection with tho fight men
tioned. They appeared in the
Police Court this forenoon whon
tbo charge was changed to con
spiracy. The caso has been set
for Wednesday. Attorneys
Oreighton and Uaukty will ap
pear for the dofendautR.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
High Class Opera Wear
Ever seea In Honolulu, being the SPECIAL IMPORTATION selected
during her recent Eastern visit, 'lhese elegant goods comprise OPEItA CAPES,
WAISTS.i MARIE ANTOINETTE SCAItFS, and NECKWEAR of the richest
designs of thepresent New York and Paris fashions. HAT? 'n the very, latest Eastern
styles. Also Fringes and Butterfly Effects.
During the Opera Season, Miss Klllean has arrangea a special department for
Coiffeurs of the latent Parisian styles. '
Special Engagements may be made by ringing up
Another gem of
Johnstone & Murphy's crea
tion. The Australia has just
brought us this ntw bho,
fresh from .the factory, and
the very latest for this season.
This shoe is anatomically
correct, will (fit with perlect
comfort, and always retains
Mclnerny Shoe Store. 1
We have on hand a nice line of dust covers, to spread over the buggy
when not liuise. Also Clothes and Laundry Bags, Carpenter (Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc.
We irake Tents, Awnings, Canopies, Machinery Covers, and In fact
anything In the line of canvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 565.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
(fairing; Painting, Trimming and Ilaiicluig
Kino MovHoshooinpf a, Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING CO.
Queen Street near Port. i.28.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS, that I, JAMES A. KING, Minister
of the Interior of the Hawaiian Islands, do
hereby certify and make known, that I
have examined Ir.to the condition of 'THE
FIRST AMERICAN BANK OP HA
WAII, LIMITED," and It satisfactorily
appearing to me that the sum of Five
HinJrcd Thousand Dollars has been paid
In on account of Its capital stock, that the
Directors of said Bank are B. P. Dilllng
ham, owning 200 shares of stocl;, Mark P
Robinson, owning 200 shares, G. W- Mac
farlane, owning 25 shares, Bruce Cart
wrlght, owning 50 shares, and Cec'i
Brown, ou nine 16 shares, and tli.it all
residents of Honolulu, in the Island ot
Oahujand it also appearing to me tl. I
said corporation has complied with a1' ne
provisions ot tiie lianuing Act oi 18M4,
required before commencing buIness. and
Is lawfully entitled to comnif .e the busl
ness of banking, permission Is therefore
HEREBY GIVEN to "THE PIRST
AMERICAN BANK OF HAWAII, LIM
ITED," to commence such business.
GIVEN under my hand and th&
seal of the Department of the
SI-AU Interior, this 5th day of Sep
(Signed), JAMES A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
The above Is a true and faithful copy
tht Certificate granted to The First Ameri
can Bank of Hawaii, Limited, under the
provisions of the Banking Act of 1SS1.
TAHO PATOU FIDDLKS.
Wor!.mntllp nl Maltrlil GuA-lVili. Ktjf"
11W :: No. imijf KING f
JOSe t6 iiSl'IFlilj Ma
Klnc Mrecl, to door, below Punchtol lt,
Guitars, : tPlJitieloh
TAHO PATCH FIDDLtS.
Vokimi,hlp tni mXerltl curntrd, Ktpih!i
4 FORT ST.,
4 Neif comer of Cimpl.ln Uri
Clnln? and Rtptlrlnj al Short Notice,
and In th. bttt pottlblt tainntf.
0. A. GROTE,
MERCHANT ; TAILOR,
Clothea mado to onlor at a reasonable,
cost. CIoUich cloniiod, ropalretl acd
dyed. . I'lrst-class v.nrk guaranteod. h.
O. Inx U60. Unhin street, Uonoluiu
H, I. I20S
r$W$ I f L 1 r
Claj- Clrment ('.
The Clay Gleraunt Co. played to
a very good nudienco ot tuo Opora
Houao Saturday night. Tlio work
in Hamlet wan very woll done,
Clay Clement mnkingnn exoellont
FJamlet and Mra. Clement a
fnnltless Ophelia. Tboao two
leading players woro ably mipport
3d by tho remainder of tho com
pany. Tho Chy Clement Co.
leaves for San Francisco iu the
Australia tomorrow afternoon.
I Am Now Showings
A irew pieces of French
Organdie and Fancy Pique, upto
date New York style, and well worth
it j 1. in
different shades and colors in higlv
grade Japanese Silks.
B. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT ST.
Jtkii&M-u'ii- '-'iv iiamiVvMaMuk