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Evening Bulletin
VOL. I. NO. 12.
HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, IbHo.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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uei?i9-Bulletin
Published evrry day except Sundny nt
CirJ King Street, .Honolulu, u. i.
SUllSCHU'TION KATES.
Per Month, nnywhero in tho Ha
waiian Islands 8 GO
Per Year. GOO
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 8 00
Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 10 00
1'nynlilo Invnrlolilv In Advnnco.
Advertisements unaccompnnled by
specific instructions insorted till ordered
out
Advertisements discontinued before
expiration of specified poriod will bo
charged as it continued for full term.
Liberal allowance on yearly and half
yearly contracts.
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
IiuHipcflM letters should bo addressed to
''Mannger Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Business Cards.
LEAVERS & COOEE.
iMFOllTr.ltH AND DEALERS IN LuMDElt
AND ALL KINDS OP BtJILDINO
MATERIALS.
Port Street, - - Honolulu.
H. QACKPEIiD & CO.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
THOS. LINDSAY,
MANOPACTUitiNa Jeweleu and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchant Streot.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoines, Suoar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Castings.
Machinery of Every Description Mado
to Order. Particular attoution paid to
Ships' Blacksmithiug. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand a largo nupply of
Chiuebo Grnnito Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowest prices assured. Tele
phono 1333. "
Atlas Assurance Co.
ox iioroDoic.
ASSETS, - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT ARSONS
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Wall Paper!
Wo linvo just received direct from
New York tho
LARGEST INVOICE
AND
GREATEST VARIETY
Ever brought hero at one time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices Bcduced!
WILDEK & CO.,
Limited.
riKRIlE JONES. T. A. SIMrSON.
JONES & SIMPSON,
Accountants & Commission Apts.
HOUSE, LAND AND
General Business Agency.
Convoyancing and Legal Documents
Drawn Up
DRAWINGS and TRACINGS MADE.
jgTranslations in Fiencli, German,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian and
Hawaiian. Bills Collected aud Accounts
Adjusted.
Office, 308 Merohant St.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
(limited).
Win. G. IrwiD, - President nnd Manager
Clous Spreckote, - - - Vice-President
W7 'If filfTnA tinnMlnm nrwl 'IVnnonrflr
Theo. O. Porter, Auditor
Sugar Factors
AND
Commission Agents.
AGENTS OP TUE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FBANOISCO, CAL.
Telephone C07.
PI O. Box 821.
HONOLULU
Carriage Manufactory
128 & 130 FOBT STIIEET.
Carriage Builder
AND REPAIRER.
Blacliunitfcingi&All Its Branches.
Orders from the other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Painting, etc., etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. W." WBIUHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West )
Jewelry!
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jowelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFE1FFER.
P. O. Box 287.
Fort Street.
HOP HING & CO.
402 HOTEL STREET.
Wholosalo Dealers in
Liquors&ManilaCigars
AN1-
Goncral Chinese Merchandise
SUCH AS
Nut Oils, Rice, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Etc.
English and Amerioan Groceries
By Every Const Steamer.
TELEPHONE No. 147.
Illustrated Catalogue
Plea-l-i-i E'airew,
We EXPORT General Famil
y ai
and Plants.
Knn Rnnnlles In anv ouantltv.
Bend tor
our Yearfy, Monthly and Dally Price LUt,
414-418 Front Street,
Ban Francisco, California.
G. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, Collector & Copyist.
Oilico with O. D. Chase, Safo Deposit
BuildiiiR, mi Fort Street. Tolo-
phono 1S1.
EJTTho colloctiou of Government Bills a
specialty. 1-tC
SPURIOUS COIN.
The Honolulu Public is Warned
to Look Out for It.
The Evknino Bulletin warns
the public to look out for counter
feit coin, and especially silver half
dollars. An early rumor was cir
culated this morning, that the
Australia brought among her mis
cellaneous cargo a consignment of
counterfeit Hawaiian dollar and
half-dollar pieces and that some of
them were already in circulation.
A reporter immediately started out
to investigate the matter with the
following results:
No one 1ms seen any of the now
counterfeits, if they exist. But
about six weeks ago a large num
ber of spurious American dollars
and half-dollars were in circula
tion. These have nearly all been
destroyed and little danger may be
anticipated from them henceforth.
In investigating the matter this
morning a Bum.ktin reporter called
on a number of leading merchants ;
nn.l nt.Wi W1. tl.n following ro.
suits:
E. O. Hall & Sons say they have
had no spurious money passed on
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ally runs across spurious half-dol
lars which he promptly rejects.
At Spreckels' bank it was learned
that some two months ago a num
ber of spurious dollars and half
dollars mado their appearance on
the counter but tho workmanship
was so bad that they were easily
detected and of course refused.
At Castle & Cooke's cashier Gil -man
reported that two counterfeit
half-dollars had been offered to
them in tho past week.
Oliver Carter, of Bishop & Co.'s
bank, through whose hands more
money pastes every day than with
some of us in a lifo time, said that
some six weeks ago a mini her ot
counterfeit dollars and halves were
presented at tho bank but the
workmanship on them was so bad
as to bo immediately detected by
anyono used to handling money.
Mr. Carter kindly showed tho re
porter a specimen of the coin which
caused him the most trouble. It
is one of the now issuo of American
half-dollars, and the production of
the stars on it was what seemed to
trouble tho counterfeiter. They
were badly executed and by com
parison with tho genuine coin could
be readily distinguished.
At tho Marshal's office it was
learned that the polico havo been
on to theso counterfeits for some
time, and tomo six weeks ago
made a raid on a certain Chinese
store in which was found a large
quantity of tho spurious coins.
Theso wore confiscated but the po
lice could obtain no evidence as to
tho coiner except that general sus
picion pointed to a Japanese who
is very handy in that class of work.
Since that raid tho issuo seems to
have ceabed, tho local coiner evi
dently having becomo alarmed.
Inquiry at tho finance office
elicited tho information that no at
tempts are made to "shove" any
of tho coin on that department.
I The receipts there are largely from
other departments ot tho govern
ment and tho various receivers of
coin are on tho alort for any pieces
whose ring is lacking or havo the
greasy fooling when taken betweon
the fingers. At the tax office they
occasionally meet with spurious
fifty-cent pieces but they are sel
dom taken over the counter. The
clerks there are familiar with coin j
1 and are more apt to detect those i
not genuine than where the cur-
rency is more generally used. i
TIIK POL.ICK COURT.
Fined for Hoiu "Wliliipinj; 1
tcctlvo Allen.
Judge Perry's time was pretty
well taken up yesterday afternoon
in the hearing of the caso against
Kaahanui and Moke, who were
charged with conducting a cho fa
N?arae - JudS Rktson appeared
for the defendants, but tho Court
decided the defendants were guilty
and assessed the first one $208.35,
and the second $103.35.
It took seven pages and a half of
the Polico Court records to recapi
tulate the testimony in the assault
and battery case against W. Meyers
which finally resulted in a verdict
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Aft(Jr mailding
seven minor
cases this morning His Honor took
uj) that of Mrs. Ciauld, charged
with ussaulting and battering one
II. II. Allen. The defendant
, . , !j .. ,.1 ll.
I iJii'iiuuu luiiky un iiiuiiiubiv ' "u
law would allow her, and tho court
fined her $10, with $3 extra for the
costs. It is not every-day in tho
week one can have the pleasure of
horse-whipping a man for $18.
K. Maluo was found guilty of
gambling and got a fine of $15 in
consequence.
Fernandez got mixed up with
Frank Gerard over a little matter
of 5.55 with a watch thrown in,
but after hearing the testimony in
the caso the court decided he was
not guilty of cmbezzlemont or any
thing else and discharged him.
The court is in sen-don this after
noon. While in Stockton, Cal., somo timo
ago, Thos. F. Langan, of Los Banos,
that state, was taken very severely
with cramps aud and diarrhoea. Ho
chanced to meet Mr. C. M. Carter,
who was similarly afflicted. Ho says:
"I told him of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kornody.aud
wo went to the Holden Drug Store
and procurod a bottle of it. It gavo
Mr. Carter prompt relief and I can
vouch for its having cured me." For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. CI11CJ!
STYLE!
FINISH!
QUALITY !
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suitb
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey wan for
some vear one of the besi
known cutters on the Count,
consequently the best dres
ed men in town weur clothec
made by
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 fort Streot
IND2GESTEON
And Liver Complaint
CURCD BV USINu
Ayer's Ssnsaparilla
Mr. T. J. CLUNE,
( Walkcrlll?,S. Au.trailit, rll-t
"Six e.ns pen. 1 l-ail i"i nf.i- of IiiiIIkpv
tlon niul I.Imt i inil.iiii tl-.it l.iin-il (or
week. 1 wiih im.ililo t i!n i , Iinrd work,"
liml mi iipi'i'ilti', 1 1 ii il iii-irt -"il m, mid I
sutlcml mudi Irom In-1 I'm ' Mi skill uai
jggjk
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WEJI S" JVJS
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sallow nnil il-i-juMil m.t ! i ' t-ic. I trl"d
neer.il reiueilifH :iinl i i -uit'-u :i iloctur,
without iilitnli Ihk ;" r l I . l'mlly, one of
jnv ciiiliiiiii-t-i reroiiii c m-1 Ayr's hariana-
rlll.i; It lielNil iim ir n- I rt. In fact,
lifter tnklni; 'lx Imtt I w i niiiil(-tely
i-iireil, nml i-uiil I t-at .ii jtium; ui.i! tWvit HUo
a child."
ftyer's SarsaparBla
Has cured othera. will euro you.
Made bjr Dr. J.C Ajrcr.l Co I.vr': 1!f.,U S..V.
LADIES' COLUMN;
A WELL-GLOVED
HAND
Is always admired. Slovenli
ness in that respect robs the
richest costuming of its com
pleteness. GLOVES,
GLOVES,
GLOVES.
Woman's love and admira
tion for tho beautiful in gloves
is proverbial; it is an index of
refinement and taste.
ELEGANT VARIETIES!
ELEGANT VARIETIES!
That we show were particular
ly chosen for this season, and
included the celebrated
FRENCH CHAMOIS
FRENCH CHAMOIS!
Which are admired by all antt
within tho reach of all. Thou,
comes our
DRIVING GLOVES!
DRIVING GLOVES!
That only need mentioning to
create a desire for thorn. There
is nothing so fascinating as a
pretty hand and nothing that
makes a hand look prettier
than a pair of our gloves.
B. F. EIILERS & CO.
HOMESTEAD FOR 8AI.E.
AOOTTAOE AM) U)T i -. -v
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