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4i Evening Bulletin VOL. I. NO. 2. HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1895 PRICE 6 cfcNT. -m SB ' ,, ue.?ii Bulletin Fubliehed every day except Sunday nt COO King Street, Honolulu, II. I. SUHSCKIl'TIOX HATES. Per Month, nnywhero in'tho Ha waiian Islands. ..,,......).$ GO, Per Year, postpaid to America,, Canada, or Mexico 9 00 PerYcar,T03tpnid, other Foreign Countries . 12 00 l'nynblo Invnrlnbly In Advance. Advertisements unaccompanied by Fpeclflc instructions inserted till ordered out. Advertisements discontinued beforo expiration of specified period will bo charged as i( continued for full term. Liberal allowance on yearly and half yearly contracts. Address all communications to tho edi torial department to "Editor Bulletin." UubIiicsp letters should bo addressed to "Manager Evening Bulletin." i Telephone 250. B. L. FIN V L Telephone 25G. P. O. Box 89. B. L. FINNEY, Manager. Knmxi3a Cird. LEWERS & COOKE, IMFOSTIM iHD DlALKSS IN LCMBXB ADD am, siitbs or Bdildiho Matmhia Fort Btreet, Honolulu. Tl. HAOKFXUD OO.. HvNtRAl. COMMISSION AGENTS. vrnr Fort mad (toNS Btreata, HoaottuU. MAHCFACTUBIKO JtWIMi ABD WAICH UAKXB. Hukal Jewelry tpeolalty. Faittou'a Attention paid to all ktndi of npalxs. Campbell Block, Merchant Street. HONOLULU raoN WOSKB, tkaic Engines, BruAB Mills, Boiucss Coolkrr. Irob, Bbass and Lxjlv castings. AM)nluty of Krvtj Description Made vi r inter. Pnrtlcnlar attention paid to Shir JlRCktmlthlnK. lo Work executed i fcort Nolle O. B. IDWIGKEET Does all kinds ot Work In (tarDt & Stone Sldnalks & Cnrblng. He has on hand a larxa apply of CM nu6 Granite Curb and always (reps Ha wallan Garbing Stone. K.UmaUts given and lowest prices aasared. Bell Telephone SJ3. HW-tJ Atlas Assurance Co. or XdOxnaos? nr.Tn, . . . iirj.unn.uflO. r t j ' W. NCHMTDT & SONS, Wall Paper ! We have Jnst Keceived direct from om ."pw xorx me , . . , .".'r.,v Largest Invoice AND Greatest Variety Kvrr brought here atone time. ,. '" . Patterns of 1895 t'ricB KedncetU WILDER & CO., Limited, i nxn joxta. I. a. simpsoh. , JONES & SIMPSON, 'AccoontaQis! M Cosniifloa i$rii. , HOUSE, LAND AND General Bosiness Agency. Oonvey'anolng and Leg' Documents Drawn Up. DBAWING8 AND TBAOINOB MADE. US. Translations in Frenoh, German, BpanlaJs, Portaeaese. Batch,- IMHan and Hawaiian. Bills Collected and accounts adjusted, Ofitloo, SOB JuCorohant St. INDUHINE A COLD WATER PAINT f'.i n 1 H "' i A SUBSTITUTE FOB OIL PAINT , . . . ' AND whitewash: ' ' K ' AN EXCELLENT FIRE RETARDANT AND DISINFECTANT. especially Designed For INSIDE Work oc . . Pactoi ies and Public Buildings It is a dry powder which can bj areparf-d for use by simply etirrinjj n COLD WATER, and can bo att olied by anyone and will always pro luce good work. It iti VERY WHITE, extremely re iective and hardens on a wall like Uono and will take any tint. It will list for years, and is un inected by gases. Ono coat covers better than two :oata of oil paint or whitewash. It can be used on any surfaco and or all cUstes of work, even for tho lnest decorating. It will not rub, scale or crack, nor vill it foftun with age or discolor. It will not set in tho mixing vessel, n fact it improves by standing a few lays. It can bo used to good advantage tver old whitewash without scraping. IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER 3EIXG WET. It is cheaper than whitewash, dura lility considered. la lis supplied in barrels from 800 o 400 lbs., alHO in boxes of 100, CO iud 25 pounds. Outside Iodurinel This is for UDTUIDB Work jui'h as Fences, Outbuilding and ..uburcr's Quarters. It is a thick Mbit-to be diluted with cold WHtor; Urimlu rain and uxpouure as well an )il mint, and costs but a fraction at nucli. It is fire-i existing as it con tains no oil, and has no equal as a light reflector in durk basements, Jump cellars and similar places. It is supplied in colors. .... FOR SALE BY .... mtpiNtco.. ijiicrrssD, Mute to the Ru allu Isliadr You may have LOST mauyJiourt of comfort by not having worn good reliable r iiR of CLASSES. Take the hmt; "Don't buy t fiapliazard'.'','' , OKUbiVIi'" . Wm. G. Irwin & Co. (MMlTMD) n "1. J, liwln. . President aud Jciw..,,, 'Uu Biireokels, .... Vioe-Ptesltlnm M. Olttard, BecrtUryandTreasnr.- -o. O. forUr 4r.rtu. -lugar Faotot-8 - AilD- Commisijion A.ent AOBNT8 OF THK uwhhIc Sleamaiilp tompanr RI.L TL. 881. Mdtol TU tl P. O. ItOX 321. PTOlsrOLXTL U 'mi riagu jVtanuftictury 128 & 130 POUT 8TRKKT. Garriage Builder AND HKPAIUKR. Blacksmithing IN AXLJT8 DRAOUKB. Orders from the other Islands In Billdlig, Trhawlnj, Falvllng, Etc., I Promptly Attended to. W. W. WRIGHT, Prop. (Booeeasor to G. West) Jewslry ! Our 8tok of Spring Goods is acknowledged by everybody to bo tbe finest on the rTonolulu miirkut. and consists or evt-rytliiny Useful tuid Ornamental. Our prices are moderate, Jewelry in special desiiih manufactured to older on short notice. JAC0BSEN & PFEIFFER, P. 0. Rim 5W7. K .rt Street. HOP HING & CO., 403 HOTEL BTBEET. 5ERCHAHT8 Wholesale Dealers In Liquors M Manila Cigar; D General Chinese Merchandise SCC1I AS Hat Oils, KIcafHattlnr, Chinese Bilks, Teas, Jite. Eoillcli ul Aaericti .QrocerkH By Every Coast Bteamtr. MPTDAL TELEPHONE W, Illustrated Catalogue We EXI'OltT General Family and PJanu. Con Supplies in any quantity. Bead to? our Yearly, Monthly and Dully Price List. 411-418 Front Street, Ban Francisco, California. i . , . G. E. SMITHIES, Accountant, Collector a&l CopjJiL Office with CD. Chase, Sate Deposit EniW. lng, Fort Street. Telephone 184. The CoUooUon ot QoTernment QIlli a specialty. 1276-ti AYER'S Sarsaparilla IS THE GHEAT s I Blood-Purifier,' NERVE TONIC, ' AND STRENGTH - BUILDER. It attacks and breaks up cycry humor, cures skin ertii L tlonj, restores. 1 exhausted vita I. Ilty, and drives out every cle ment of disease. Sufferers from debility, or nnyotlicr ail ment arising from tmpuro blood, should tako Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It gives strength to the weak, and builds up tho system gener ally. By Its use food Is mado nourishing, sleep refreshing, and life enjoyable. Ayer's Sarsaparilla HIGHEST AWABDB AT THE World's Great Expositions. JUdebf Dr.J.C.AjerACo,LowelliiAU.,r;.k.A. ty Beware of ehenn Imitations. The nm Ayer'n Nnraapurllla li prominent ou tlm wrapper, ana 1 blown la tho gUsi ot each of out bottle . ilollister Drug Co.j. JL'd . Pole Agents for the Republic of Hawaii ! i- People fiho Write hi typewriters marvel I hut husy liiiHinutiH men - 1 1 eliiiir to Hie pen pr , The luifiiK si man u-iiii; . ipowriier would not volimtn ily uturn to tlie old meihoil, hecitie lie citn turn off more wot k, of a letN-r quality, ii nd with kbS t ffoit on li'm imu'liine. Tdo M4H Whi to Ustd a Tyui writer believes the tiisk of lcirn ing to wiitu a ditlicult and hopelcts ono. 1'ry. Others have leuriuy ; you erin. Your first attempt will probably reveal the fact that you do faster work with ,the pen. That's quite natural ; you arc jiiBt learning. Your next Mai will pur priso you. Your fingers go to the right keys in stinctively. It becomes easier and you will then begin to r. alize the usc i'ulnesH and benefit of a typewiiier. CHOICE OF A T i I'E WRITER 4 will either make or mar K our writing liappinB. For tho l.ueinebs man desiring n machine, that comb ncs speed, durabi- I hty, docs periect work, and lastly, has the eabiebt keyboard to leani, buy the . NEW CALIGRAPH, This typewriter stands at tho head. It has all tho latest improvements. Lot me show you a .New CALTGRArii. T. W. H0BR0N, Agent. aw TIIK POUCK COUJtT. Kh Session This Morning AViin Short and Sweet. When Juilgo Wilcox opened court this morning with that solemnity and decorum which ac companies him wherever lie goe?, ho found it very small calendar awaiting him. There were only Fevcn cases on the calendar, and theso were disposed of in short order. Jen Fao, who is ncciftcd of forg ery, was the first victim to face His Honor, but upon suilicient grounds being shown, his case was put off until May 2Stli. This Jeu Sao is an individual who started in to assiht his friends in China to become residents of tho Island Republic, but ho didn't go -about it in tho right way. Not having tho necessary amount of property or influence to make his own name valuable on a bond bor rowed that of his friend Lam Toy Kee without Jinving firtt made ar rangements for the uso of it. Jen Sao signed his friend's name to liond No. 784, granting pf-niiission to Wong Lip of tho Celestial king dom to visit here and sojourn for a time. The same course was pur sued in tho cases of Wong Ling, Bond No. 912, and Lee Quon, Bond No. 913. When the unigue penman had secured the 'bond he hied ' himself in August last to Hongkong. Shortly after his departure Mr. James W. Girvin discovered that Lam Toy Keo had not signed tho bonds, and that the signature was a forgery. Ho im mediately notified tho agents of the steamship company in China of the circumstances and the three friends of Jeu Sao were not permit ted to sail. Tho forger returned on April 23 but was not appre hended until' yesterday. Ho is out on a thousand dollar bail bond and feels blue. Kailianu pleaded guilty to main taining and conducting a certain lottery game known as ehe-fa and was promptly and properly fined $100 for it. An extra $3 for costs wis also charged against him, thereby adding, what ho considered an additional insult to tho injury already inflicted on him. Even a bed quilt worth only $2.50 may causo a whole lot of trouble and for appropriating one of that value Su Tim will work for tho Hawaiian Government just sixty days and pay $1.30 toward his board in tho meantime. After entering a nollo pros, in the chargo against J. Duano and continuing the other cases to later dates the couft adjourned and re solved itself into a ready and ctft cient interpreter. I'unulioti Collide. ' Tho boys of the above named collego arc having a good time this afternoon with athlctio sports and games of a kinds. As tho pro gram commences at 2 o'clock and tho Bulletin goes to press at 3, it is impossible to givo any of tho particulars. m m iii If you want your watch repaired. If you want jewelry made up neat ly. If you want souvenir spoons, or anything in tho jewelry lino. II. G. Biart, at 0. Gertz's store, fort street, is your man. Ho was for ten years tho practical watchmaker for "rcnner"& Co, A i m Aft 'm ;? ' t TH V!'S wa . .'?& iu a ,'J1 i i m tf 3d WI ' ;. ui m j i i 41 . 'ftV, I L- . -2 -ifi-. rfeA-s..