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1 -, ! I t :. . j - -b T n' " i EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 16, 1895. "S- r. "$8 -J b- p- : P ' i .' '' LOCAIi & GENERAL. NEWS. Scqunh to-night. j Vorious changes and improve ments are projected in connection with tho Hawaiian hotel. Tho offico of tho Labor Commis sion will hereafter be located in tho upper floor of the Judiciary build ing. Two thousand people interested themselves in tho Bulletin's affairs yesterday. Tho wholo town is occupied in tho Hamo business to day. Wo call our rcadors' attention to tho fact that to-day's issuo is head and shoulder abovo any other num ber of tho Bulletin for many weeks past. Soquah has made an arrange ment with tho Hawaiian band, by which music will bo furnished by that corps at his. usual evening lectures. Associato Editor Norrio of tho Independent is receiving tho con gratulations of his numerous friends over tho advont of a son1 and heir this morning. Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day, week os month. Terms: 25 and 50 cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per week. Lawn tennis Beems to bo all tho rago at present, judging from the crowds which gather about tho tonnis grounds on Union Square every aftornoon. United Carriago. Co.'s stand, be sides having superior hacks always ready at tho call of "290," furnishes Gno livery outfits at tho shortest notice good horses and nice car riages, from buggy to wagonette. G. R. Harrison, practical piano and organ maker and tuner, can furnish best factory references. Orders left at Hawaiian News Co. will receive prompt attention. All work gurranteed to be the same as done in factory. If you want your watch repaired. If you want jewelry mado up neat ly. If you want souvenir spoons, or anvthinc in tho jewelry line. H. G. Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort street, is your man. Ho was for ten years tho practical watchmaker for Wenncr & Co. While tho Evening Bulletin is fortunate in securing as central an onico as that next to C. E. Williams & Son's on King street, it is un fortunate in the fact that a huge pile of bricks and mortar is lying in front of it. This will be reme died in a few days, it is hoped. If you want to buy a really good clock or watch at Coast prices ir spect the stock of Brown & Kubey, at No. 4, Masonio Temple; thor you will find tho largest variety in Honolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks and watches sold on weekly and monthly payments. Brown & Kubey mako a specialty of rubber stamps. Ah Fook, a Chinaman recently released from Oahu jail, where ho had been confined for having opium in possession, died at Palama yes terday aftornoon. It is thought that his system had been so weak ened whilo in jail through his be ing forbidden tho use of his favorito drug that his death was accelerated in consequence. Ho was one of tho most pronounced fionds in tho Chi neso colony. m m THE POLICE COURT. Tlio Results of a Morning Scs, Hon With Judgo Wilcox. Tho first caso that occupied tho attention of Judge Wilcox this morning was that of tho Republic of Hawaii against a long list of Chinese, for violation Section 5, of Act 21, laws of the Provisional Government of Hawaii, or in play ing a little cho fa. Six of tho num erous defendant pleaded guilty and were promptly fined $10 each and costs. The other defendants, who appeared to bo smart people, de nied the soft impeachment against them and defied tho prosecution to make out a caso against them. In other words thoy pleaded not guilty, and the prosecuting official entered a nolle prosequi in their behalf as. quick u the Court could get it into Writing. ; Henry Carstcn is a poor unfor tunato individual who has got him self into tho toils of tho law by, as set forth on tho records of the Dis trict Court of Honolulu of oven dato hcrowith, violating sub-division 4 of section 15, chapter 16 of tho Ponal Code. This is, of course, an ordinary matter for a Bulletin roportor to bo acquainted with, but tho general public will bo some what surprised to learn that tho defendant was simply charged with feloniously stealing and carrying three pounds of sugar of tho value ol fifteen cents, tho same being tho property of tho Onomca Sugar Co. Tho poor defendant, being caught in tho act, could not do othorwiso than plead guilty. Ho did so and got ton days at hard labor and $1 fino in consequence. Duano's case was continued until to-morrow. Ben. Kalana, whoevor ho may bo, pleaded guilty of tho crime of be ing drunk in Honolulu on the 15th of May. Tho record does not stato how many other men in Honolulu woro drunk on the samo day or where they got their particular "jags," which may account for tho fact that in Bon Kalana's- caso sentence has been suspended. Poor F. McCandlcss was foolish enough to plead guilty to tho samo offense and got a $2 fine and $1 costs charged up against him in very short order. What Sco Tim knows about car rying off a certain quilt, and a cot ton ono at that, which was sworn to by tho complaint, Ah Sin, to bo of tho valuo of $2.50, cash down will occupy tho attention of tho Court to-morrow morning. Various other cases occupied the timo of tho Court during tho ses sion, but when tho Bulleuin ro portor left' there was nothing in sight but a sack of sugar. This being of tho third or fourth grade ho had no uso Jor it. CIRCUIT COURT. Mnny Probnto Matters to Come Up To-morrow. Judgo Whiting will have his hands full to-morrow if ho attends to all tho business that tho clerks and attorneys havo arranged for him. In the first place ho will havo to determine whether M. Morriscau, nco Trousseau, or S. Caillot aro en titled to administer on certain estates connected with that of tho lato Dr. Trousseau. In the cstato of tho lato James G. Hayselden tho account of J. S. Walker, tho former trustee has been filed by II. E. Mclntyro who also petitions tho court for approval of samo and rcleaBo of his testato's bond. In the matter of the, estate of the James Gay minors, a potition has bcon filed for tho appointmont of a trusteo and guardian in placo of tho widow, who recently met with an accident which resulted in her death. Judgo Cooper and a nativo jury havo been occupied during tho day in trying tho caso of tho Republio of Hawaii vs. Kaniku, accused of an assault with a deadly weapon. This is tho second trial of the samo caso, tho former conviction having been Bet asido and a new trial ordered by tho Supremo Court. Hinging Noises fa tho ears, somotlmoa a roaring, buzzing sound, aro caused by cat arrh, that exceedingly disagreeablo and very common disease Loss of smell or hearing also result from catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla, a tho great blood purifier, is a peculiarly sueoessful remedy for this disease, which it cures oy purifying the blood. Hood' Pills are the beat after dinner pills, axfiat digestion, pre Teat eoaaUpatio. IW&T yip- ,,.:? r o. Cl for Vtf JS o Of 0 tff n C & W dC0- See is- H0' v'JC li., ' tt V'St' ' wwmi 'iirfijK' iK r Look At This and Smile Fine Soft Kid B.utton Boot, new diamond tap and Spanish arch, only ss.oo. Out of Sight ! Elegant French Kid Ox ford, Pump sole, patent back stay, for $2.50, Mclnerny Shoe Store. 1819 1895 Queen Victorias Birthday! JOINT CELEBRATION Sons of St. George and Scottish Thistle Club Assisted by the British Vice-Consnl in aid of the British : Benevolent : Society AT INDEPENDENCE BALL, FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 21TH At 7s30 o'clock. SqoIo.1 and Danae, Tickets, admitting lady and enntleman, J 1.0O, for tale at Golden Ru.e Bazaar and Hawaiian News Co. lMOtd NOTICE. TUB TJNDEnSlONED WILL NOT BE responsible tor any rfehti contracted bf any ptnoo vithoai hie written order. ANTONIO DM CASTRO. HoMlaio, May . 1186. r 134v '" '$ '9 ""TT HiHi.i1 i ifcl vjl" 9 0 8 Dress Makers Have you seen tho latest It is . THE CHAMOIS FIBRE . . .. i Used by all Dress Makers in the United States. Hair Olotifci! Hair Olotlx! A very scarce article. We have a limited sapply. The Corduroy Skirt Bindings! No dren complete without It; we huTe It in all colors FeeLtlier Bone! :Fea.tlier Bone! A light, pliable, elastic Bone, just the thing for Wash Materials. CRINOLIKA! SKIRT WIRE! 8ILE8IAB, FEROALINES AMD GAMBIUC8 in all Colors. A Full Linn of DKESQ MAKERS' FINDINGS always on hand. KT. S. SACHS, 5SO Fort St. - - Honol-ulu HIRES Everybody likes HIRES' Root Bkeii because it gives everybody health as well as pleasure. It's tho pureBt beverage that human skill can compound from tho purest ingredients of nature. There is not ono drop of anything in this delicious temperance drink but what promotes good health and happiness. It's del c'iour flavor is acquired by tho skillful blending of the most wholesome herbs, roots, barks and bernes, and not by essential oil and flavoring extracts, of which the many counterfeit ' Root Beer" aro composed. A package of the Wenuine Hires' Root Beer makqs five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Root Beer. K5j? Ask; your storekeeper for it. Mado only by the Charles E. Hires Co., Philadel- ,phia, U. S. A. TestiisciorLisils : "I havo used over fifty bottles of your Root Beer and always havo it on hand. Mrs. J. II. Walker, N. E. Cor. R. R, Avo. &. Schiller St., Alameda, Cal., U. 8. A." "Wo havo used your Root Beer for several yoars and do not boliovo it could bo excelled. D. Haumer, 2210 Hancock St., Phila., Ta U. S. A." JOBBERS: Hobron Drug Company "Wholesale Druggist Bfnson, Smith & Company " " Hollistkr Dhuq Company, Ltd. .-. . " " Lewis & Coma any Grocer The Favorite Gnrney Refrigerators and Ice Chests; i REVERE GARDEN HOSE! Jixst Received BY THE PACIFIC HARDWARE ISO., LT FOKT SHUKXT, HONOLULU. ! Attention! material for Skirt Linings? vj1 ROOT BEER? " .i 4 '4 'i fin -J, !' &tt.tVw '.muk i. U- i i.. i SiiS&l uL .