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Evening; Bulletin
VOL. I. NO. 22
HOMH ITU', H. I.. MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1895.
PRICE 5 CENTb.
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uepir? Bulletin!
Published every day excr nt Sunday (it '
COO King Street, Honolulu, II. I. '
simscniirnox iiatks.
Per Jlonth, nnywhero in the. Hn-
wailan Islands CO
Per Year. C 00
Per Year, postpaid to America, i
Canada, or 5Ioxico 8 CO
Tor Year, postpaid, other Foroign '
Countries 10 00
l'nyntilb Invnrlnblv In Ailvnncc.
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specific instructions inserted till ordered
out.
Advertisements discontinued beforo
expiration of specified period will bo
charged as if continued for full term.
Liberal nllowanco on yearly and hnlf
yearly contrncts.
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
" Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephone. 250. P. O. Box 80.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
Business Cfirds.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Gexeiiaii Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets', Honolulu.
LEWERS & COO HE.
IuroitTEiis and Dealers in Lumber
AND AIjI KINDS or BUIL.DI.VQ
5IATERIALS.
Fort Street, - Honolulu.
T.JOS. LINDSAY,
MANUFAOTOniNa Jeweleh and "WATcn
MAKEK. Kukui Jow
attention
elry n Specialty. Particular
paid to nil kinds of-repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchnnt Street.
HONOLULU IRQN WORKS,
Steam Engines, Suoae Mills, Boileks, '
CooiiEits, Ijion, Bears and Lead
Castings.
Machinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blackbmitliing. Job Work ex
ecuted nt Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
pCF- IiONSOIV,
ASSETS, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Audits for Hnwaiian Islands.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
I
Ho hns on hand n largo supply of
Chinese Granite Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowest prices assured. Tele
phono S33.
Wall Paper !
Wo havo just received direct from
Now York tho
LARGEST INVOICE
AND
GREATEST VARIETY
Ever brought hero nt ono time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices Reduced 1
WILDER & CO.,
Limited.
riERItE JONES. T. A. BIJirsON.
JONES & SIJIPSON,
" Acconntants & Commission Jkpts.
HOUSE, LAND ANr
, General kiss Agency.
Convoynnciug and Legal Documents
Drawn Up.
DRAWINGS and TRACINGS MADE.
ESF'Translations in French, Gorman,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Itnlian and
Hnwaiian. Hills Collectod and Accounts
Adjusted.
Office, 308 Merchant St.
BLEYENTH AHMUAL 1BETHW
OP THE-
HAWAIIAN
JOCKEY CLUB
2638G&ieaa&E3wRl&
JUNE, 11, 1895.
OfficialFroyraiiiine
RACES TO COMMENCE AT
A. M. SHARP.
10
lat BTOYCLE RACE.
Prlzn: Meda . valued at $20 E"- ,
tr.nro fee J 1.60. 1 miledaah Free for !
all. j
2d-BIOYCLE RACE. ,
Trite: Medal, valued at $30. En
trance fee $1.10. 5 mile dash. Fieefor
all.
3d-HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
Running Race I i mile dash. Free for
all.
4th MERCHANTS PURSE, J200.
trotting and Facing, to Harness; 7:40
Class; mile bents, 3 in 5. Free for all.
5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP,
$250 ADDED.
Running Race; 1 mile dnsh,
Fre for
all. winner ot
Pud to heat record of
Angle A (1 :45j and receive f 50 extra.
Gth-KAPIOLANI PARK PUF.SE
S250.
Trottlnp and Facing, to Harness; mlla
hents, 3 In 5. Free for all.
7th-OCEANIO S. S. CO.'S CUP,
$150 ADDED.
KunniiiR JIace; i mile dnsh. Hawaii
an Bred,
Gtti ro::v race, purse gioo
1 ndlo (lah, for all Ponies H bands or
under.
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE,
$150.
, Running Usee; lmilod'sh, for Hawaii
an Bred Hones owned by members ol
the Club Winner to accept $100 in
lieu of Cup.
Cap becomes the property of t' e person
winninc t twi o. Bhoalil the uers '
vrho has won t onoo and again this
me-tlng, he wl 1 reca ve In lieu of Cup
$K0 toafttier with lltO added Win
ner of Cnp first time will receive $160
and ciedlt for oiftj race.
10th JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,
$150.
2:50 Oiass; mile heats, 2 in 3. Free for
all.
llth PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP, F150 ADDED.
Humiiug l'.ace, i mlb dash Free
for all.
All entries aro tn be made with
the Secretary before 1 MU11SUAY, June ti.
1895 Fntranco fees to be 10 per cent. 'of
purse, unless otm-rwi-e upecllled.
gnr- All Itaces to bn rnft or trotted
ander the rules of the Hawaiian Jockey
Olub.
rw All Horses are expected to start,
atilc(S wlthdiawn by 9 o'clock a. m. on
June 10, 18'
actio nl Admission CO Cents
Brand Stand (Kxtni) ..... .50 Cents and $t
Carriages (Insl'lBoi course) eaoh $2.50
Qoarier Stretcli Badfifs f5
S. (J. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
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AT THE ANCHOR
Southeast Cor. King & Nuuanu Sts.
.7.'X-A" TT.2ii..M. V. -fc.
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Oyster Cocktails 1
Bauer Brunnen I
Frodorlckaburg iSour I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds nud Best Quality.
RHEUMATISM
AND PILES CURED BY
AVER'S SARSAPARILLA.
Mr.W. Jmsinob, Adelaide, S. A., formerly
of Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
Vic, writes:
"For Hip part 3 or 4 years. I have Iipimi ft
front siilTeicr from rliouinatlnm utitl tilev
trlcU nil virtl o( liiedlclnes. Inn ilcrhcit
no hood from tlirin. 1 rhnni'cil to trail iino
of jour book unit tliouulit I woiilil Rive
)ourS.us:ii.ullIiiiitilnl. I did so.nml niter
taking one bottlo I felt lienor, and after
taking 4 bottles I was a new man. I was
sorry I novcr took It liefore, for It would
liavo saved me very much pain. "
Ayer's Sarsapariila
Has cured othors, will euro you
Made bj Dr. J.C.Ajcr A Co., Lowcll,Mi.,U.S.A
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
OWNERS OF
Catties and Horses!
manufacture n Compound of Homo
Products of tho
Seeds of "Cassie"and
Other Ingredients!
It is not only in itself n valuable nitro
gcuous food, but it has the property of
uidiug in the digestion of othar proteids,
generally for animals whoso digestivo
powers aro feeblo ns it jiromotcs appetite
and regulates digestion.
Cg" Tho proof of tho pudding is in tho
eating. Try it.
King nnd Punchbowl Streets.
10-tf
Telephone 007.
P. O. Uox 321.
HONOLULU
Carriage Manufactory
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Carriage Builder
AND ncrAiitER.
Blacksmithing in All Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islands in Uuild-
ing, Trimming, l'ainting, otc, etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WUIUUT, Vroprictor.
(Successor to O. West.)
Win. G. Irwin & Co.
(limited).
Wm. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Clans SpreckoU, - - - Vice-President
V. 51. Qillard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter, Auditor
Sugar
Factors
-AND
Commission Agents.
AQENT8 Ol' THE
V fauns ff
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FHANOTSCO. CAL.
TIII3 POLICI2 COUKT.
'Z'hlrty-tlirpi! Cjihcs DIhiiosimI Of
this Morning.
.Iwlgo Perry mntlc short work of
u calendar which presented nn im
posing niniy of euses this morning.
There were no leH3thun thirty
three of tlii'ni, riiiiging from .t eotn-
i nion, ordinary, overy-Saturdny-
nnd-Sunday drunk to bribing an
. o'lieer and having opium in posses
sion. j Ah Sum nnd I.cc Sun, who
1 pleaded not guilty on Thursday
lu-st to n clinrgt of being vagabonds,
evidently pondered over the mat-
i ter during tho Sabbath and came
to tho conclusion that thoy weio
J vagabonds. They pleaded guilty
this morning but sentence was
suspended until moved on by tho
prosecution.
A procession of fifteen drunks
next appeared in rapid succession.
The first one was not present in
the Hch nor in tho spirit but he
' was represented by six Kalalcnua
' dollars which His Honor promptly
swept into the Court coffers. Of
the others, eight pleaded guilty and
got tho usual fine of $2 and
costs, except T. Macphcrson who
was charged $1 extra for getting
drunk on Sunday. The rest wero
remanded until June 12th.
Ah Kong, Tung Kong and Lum
Wing wero charged with having
opium in possession. The two for
mer laughed to scorn tho insinua
tions of tho prosecution that they
could bo guilty of anything of the
kind and the prosecution promptly
entered a nolle pros, in their favor.
On tho other hand Lum Wing
acknowledged his guilt and got
fined $50 and costs so quick that it
made his head swim.
Six Celestials wero next up for
gambling, four of whom positively
denied any knowledge of any game
played for money and were let oh"
by tho prosecution. Two of them
admitted doing a little gambling
yesterday and tho admission cost
them $10 each and costs.
Another batch of four Celestials
next mado their appearance charged
with the same offense. This was a
case of half and half. Half of
them pleaded guilty and got the
same fine as nbovo while the others
went free.
Ah Kong had as much luck as
the Unknowns did in tho third in
nings last Saturday. Ho was up
for bribing a police officer, but the
astute acting prosecuting attorney
concluded ho could not make out a
case and let him go free.
M. Cassissa insisted that ho was
not drunk on Saturday, but tho
Court thought otherwise. Three
dollars fine and $1.20 costs.
In tho perjury case of W. Fer
nandez, tho Court granted, against
tho objection of defendant's coun
sel, the motion mado by tho prose
cution that tho caso be reopened
and that the prosecution be nllowcd
to introduce further evidence in
chief. Tho caso wus then remanded,
as were all the others, until June
13th.
Having used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in my family and
found it to bo a first-class article, I
tako pleasure in recommending it
to my friends. J. V. Fostiih, West
port, Ctil. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for
Hawaiian IslundB.
TH 12 CIKCUIT COURT.
Probate nnd Other Mutters of
Interest to Litigants.
In the matter of the bankruptcy
of Tai Wo Chan, tho petition of
the atsignee for discharge comes up
before Judgo Whiting on Friday.
The hearing of the petition of
the administrator of the estate of
C. X. Spencer for the examination
of hi accounts and final discharge
alo coine-i up on Friday.
William It. Castle litis filed a
petition asking that letters of ad
ministration mi the estate of Henry
X. Castle, who died at sea, bo is
sued to James 11. Cattle. Judge
Whiting has ?et Fridny. July oth,
as the time for hearing the petition.
The estate is valued at $23,000 and
consists of 90 shares in the Ha
waiian Gazette Company, 100
ehares Ewa plantation, 50 shares
Kahuku plantation and $10,000
life insurance The only heirs are
tho widow and infant daughter.
A judgment has been filed in the
case of Ignacio dc Fraga vs. Tho
Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society
of Hawaii, for the sum of $392.50
and $50.75 costs in favor of the
plaintiff.
In the case of James J. Byrne vs
John Martin receiver and A. Feek,
garnishee, tho defendants by P. M.
Hatch their attorney have filed an
application for a commission to
take the testimony of certain wit
nesses residing at Port Angeles in
the State of Washington.
In the admiralty suits arising '
from the wreck of the Waimanalo,
decrees have been entered as follows:
In favor of Z. S. Spanieling and
against the Sun Insurance- Co. of
New York for the sum of $1500
amount of insurance, $241.10 inter
est, and costs. In favor of Z. S.
Spaulding and against Alliance
Marine and GcncVal Insurance Co.
for $1500 insurance, $211.10 inter
est, and costs. In tho matter of
the libel against tho steamer Wai
manalo it is ordered that tho same
be dismissed with costs.
In tho appeal case of Joseph
Tinker vs. Win. Maxwell, J. F.
Scott, of tho Board of Education
garnishee, the plaintiff recovered
judgment this morning, for the full
amount claimed.
In the equity case of Elizabeth
K. Nahaolelua vs. Kaaahu (w.) et
al., Henry Smith, commissioner,
reports that he has visited tho land
in question and that it would be
impracticable to divide tho same.
That in his opinion it would bo
more feasiblo and practicable to
sell tho same as ft whole at public
auction and that he is informed of
several persons who would be glad
to bid on tho same as a whole.
Admitted to the ISar.
George Anthony Davis, a native
of Nova Scotia, was admitted to
the bar this morning by the Su
premo Court on production of the
necessary certificates. Mr. Davis
was educated in tho public schools
of St. John's, Now Brunswick, and
at tho Ilorton Academy in Nova
Scotia. After passing tho examina
nation required by tho Barristers'
Society of New Brunswick ho enter
ed the law ofiico of Hon. W. Pugs
ley, Q. C. Ho afterwards went to
tho Harvard Law School whero ho
spent ono year. Ho completed his
law studies at the Boston Law
School where ho obtained the de
gree of Bachelor of Laws. On his
roturu to St. Joint's he was admit
ted to the Supremo Court.
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