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All Public H-liooljin Honohiltt will bo
upetiud on MONUAY. .Inn. 2 at.
llj Order ol tlic llunr.l Ot Kiliu-iUion.
.1 I'. Si'OIT,
FUilgrd to nrithrr Sect nut ftiriv,
Hut Kilulilishrd fur the Ikiiffii Alt.
SATUHDAY, JAN 1!, 18! 5.
Military ami police ouieiaU, as
well ai members of the Uoverumout,
Lavo wou tho highest esteem from
members of tlio proas in tho lato
trying times. Tlioir uniform court
esy in granting favors and iirivileges
to tho uuvvsgathorers can never bo
forgotten by tho beiiclh-iarios.
One on Writ of Error Anothor on
a Bill in Equity.
Two Supremo Court decisions
have this day been filed in tho Clerk's
OUicc in tho following case?:
In ro application of Hang Fuok
for a writ of error. Tho applicant
was couviotod iu tho First Circuit
Court for soiling opium and sent
enced to pay a lino of .?."il)U, hence
his petition alleging that said con
viction was in error of law. Writ
refused, tho Court stating that tho
grounds set up iu tho assignment of
error wore matters of ecoptiou
which should have boon taken at the
trial. A. S. Hartvvcll and C. V. Ash
ford for petitioner; A. G M. Robert
son, Deputy Attorney tumoral, for
E. lv. Nahaolelua and husband vs.
Kuaahu and others, bill in equity
praying to reform a deed conveying
valuable property near tho Kauuia
kapilt church. There was an ambi
guity in tho doed as regards tho
quantity of land sold, owing to a
lnulty description as to metes and
bounds. Tho Court holds the plain
tilTs aro entitled to the relief prayed
for, and is of opinion that plaiutilTs
did not soil as much ot the laud m
is claimed by tho defendants. V. C.
Achi aud li. Johnson for plainull'i;
A. Kosa and J. 11. Uaretiaba for do
foiidautH. Minister Slovens' Viown
At tho present juncture it may
not bo iuopportiiuo to recite a por
tiuu of lion. John L. Stevens' ora
tion delivered on Memorial Da
(May UO, 1SU2), at the Xuimnu Ceme
tery, when ho took occasion to
throw a hint of condemnation on
that wholesale arrest thou made by
tho Hawaiian authorities, ami de
monstrated how ditieront tho Gov
ernment of tho United button had
acted Buortly before tho outbreak
aud after tho end of the rebellion
toward those who had participated
iu it. Hero uo quote:
"Tho constitutional voice of the
people had just placed in the presi
dential chair one of tho most
humane aud noble statesmen ovei
at the head of a nation. At tho side
of Abraham Lincoln nood Seward,
Chase, Stanton and their honored
associates. Strong iu the sen.-e of
right, tho government did Us inmost
to avoid calamity through tho
agencies of forbearance an.l peace.
It made no threats; it ordered no
arrests; it did not begin by crowd
ing prisons with suspected persons.
That would have been a sign of
weakness, aud to follow iu tho long
trodden path of despotic govern
ments, unbecoming civili.ed peo
ples, and generally more harmful
than beuelicial. Firm iu its con
sciousness of rightful power, serouo
iu its majesty of law, it calmly in
vited tho malcontents to abandon
their hostile designs and yield obedi
ence to the legal authorities of tho
nation. It would not strike tho
first blow. This luagiiauimous atti
tude batlled tho conspirators; they
saw only defeat to thoir cause before
Hlinli n nnlii.v n4 tlint.
"Tho Union camo out of tho strug
gle stronger than before a traitorous
baud had boon raised against it.
Tho mighty armies were dissolved
aa by magic. Forgiveness and
peace bocaino tho rulo of tho gov
ernment." Thus woro tho sentiments of Mr.
StovouB expressed on the occasion.
President Clovolaud iu his restora
tion scheme made it obligatory on
tho ox-yuuoon of Hawaii to pardon
all tho rebels and traitors, to which
she after some persuasion con
Honolulu, Jan. 18, 181)5.
Sourcli of Houbos.
Yesterday tho ex-Queen's bath
house at Vaikiki aud her premises
opposite, oir tho road, woro searched.
Only a bundle of ancient spears was
At Satis Souci, iu Chas. Creigh
tou's room, woro found two Japa
nese swords prosoutod to Charlie iu
recognition of professional son ices.
It is reported that tho premises of
James Campbell, ox Governor Clog
horn aud V. Dimoud woro also
visited by tho searchers at Wmkiki
without auy thing being found. '1 hu
houses of other supporters of tho
Govornmont besides Dimond woro
visited, tho guards asking at each
place whether tho owners were in
favor of tho Govornmont or other
wise. Common SonBo
Should bo used in attempting to
euro that very disagreeable disease,
catarrh. As catarrh originates in
impurities iu tho blood, local appli
cations can do no permanent good.
The common sense method of treat
ment is to purify the blood, and for
this purpose there is uo preparation
superior to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Ilood's Pills euro constipatiou by
restoring peristaltic action of tho
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, tlau 12.
Iy S. 8 Aruwn.l
THE OUIENTAIi WAlt.
Tho Japanese havo
Chinese at Kai-Ping.
The disabled warship Chon Yuen
has been repaired.
Tho King of Coroa is reported
Great Britain has cabled Admiral
Freotuantlo to prevent, by force if
necessary, tho Japanese squadron
from ascending tho Yang-tMS-ltiaiig.
ti rms of ri;,u k.
Japan's tonus of peace aro as fol
lows: The iudepeiideiico of Corea, under
Japanese suzerainty; tho cession of
certain Chiuose islands, tho razing
of the Taku forts, tho deprivation of
Port Arthur and Wei-hai woi of
their character as naval ports and
tho dismantling and demolition of
all forts iu tho way from Coroa to
China, and the admision of Japan's
right to proscribe the number and
typo of China's men-of-war, tho pay
ment of a heavy iudomuitv and if
possible tho negotiation of
nose Japaueso alliance.
TIIF. II VVVAHAN I AlILl:.
Kopresent alive llitt, who is recog
nized as the Republican loader iu tho
House on foreign affairs, said poster
day tliat ho fully agreed with the
President that the Hawaiian Islands
should havo the bom (its of tele
graphic communication with the
world at largo, but was strongly op
posed to putting their calile acui
ties under control of any Govern
ment but the United Slates, llitt
favors a subsidy for a Hawaiian
Had there been cable communica
tion with the United States tho
complications iu Hawaii for tho last
two years would havo been greatly
simplified and partly averted, Mr.
Hill said. Ho declared it to be a
doubtful form of economy to spend
.2.",IXX,000 annually for the main
tenance of a navy and neglect com
paratively small expenditures for
the control of vessels, by which they
could bo etlectivoly handled aud
kept under working orders by tho
11KSN.VUI. IIY rilU FlUIiIDKNT.
President Clovolaud has sent a
message to Congress, regarding the
t .. . ... ii. ...... .-
roioroueo oi mo iiawniiun ooveru
tiietit to the United States Govern
ment of tho request of tiio llritish
Government for a lease of Neckor
island. The President concludes:
"1 hope Congress will see lit to
grant tho request of the Hawaiian
Government that our consent to the
proposed lease may bo accorded.
It seems wo ought not by the refus
al of the request stand iu the way
of the advantages to bo gained by
isolated Hawaii through biographic
communication with the rest of tho
world, aud especially in view of the
fact that our own communication
with that country would thereby
bo so unproved without apparent
detriment to any legitimate Amor
The correspondence shows a dif
feronco of opinion between Admiral
Walker and Minister WdMs regard
ing the necessity for an American
w.iiship at Honolulu. Minister Wil
lis urges tho importance of giving
tho llatvniitn Government freedom
to obtain cable communication. Ho
also reports tho Government as con
fident of its ability to suppress any
Tho 1'. M. S. S. Kio do Janeiro
went ashore oil' Kagoshinia, vlnl
voyaging for Sail Frnucisco, but was
lloatod in a few days.
Geo. Gould has ouored to pay
quarter of tho cost of a yacht to do
loud the America cup.
11. C. Frick lias retired from tho
presidency of Homestead, I 'a.
SAW SI ATI Kits.
Tho Sau Francisco has sailed from
Newport for Gibraltar.
Orders havo been ijivon for con
structing admiral's quarters on the
f'..l l.i 1 m: ....!!..
IWIUIlllJIU tlllt! .H1IJUUJIJUIIB.
Secretary Herbert is criticised for
scattering the Pacific srniadron, and
for neglecting Hawaii in tho dispo
sition of naval vessels.
The cruiser Castillo is ordered to
go to the oast coast of Africa to pro
tect Amoricrn interests. Consul
llollis was sentenced to six months'
imprisonment for shooting a Katlir
who broke itito his kitchen. On ap
peal of tho authoiities to tho Gov
ernment of Portugal ho was released
Tamatav, Madagascar, has been
bombarded by tho French. Tho
llovas retired with heavy loss.
Dissension is rumored iu tho Brit
ish Cabinet on tho Irish question.
Heavy snow storms prevail in the
Continent aud iu Great Britain.
Uov. Thomas Podmoro, viear of
Ashton-Leo-Willows, was found dead
iu tho snow.
Toronto has had a ST&OOOO lire.
Jamaica will sent a protest to
Fnglaud against tho incorporation
of Mosquito territory into Nicara
gua. Two British warships aro at
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
famous for its cures of bad colds. It
opens tho secretions, relieves tho
lungs aud aids nature iu restoring
the system to a healthy condition.
If freely used as soon as tho cold. has
been contracted, aud before it has
become settled iu the system, it
greatly lessons tho severity of tho at
tack ami has often cured in a single
day what would havo boon a severe
cold. For sale by ail dealers. Ben
sou, Smith & Co., Agents for Hawai
Tho Compauia General of Manila
employs 10,000 hands and turns out
ovory yoar 80,000,000 cigars, 100,000,
000 oigarottos and 2fi00 tons of cut
L00A1. ANU OENKRA1. VKVtt
The lnrk Arclior loads coal at
Nauaiino for this port.
Notice is givou that the public
schools will ro-opou on Monday.
Tho S. S. Arawa from San Fran
cisco was signaled o4l ICoko Head at
12::K) p. in.
H. J. Moors is returning to Samoa
bv tho Arawa with 21 Samoaiis he
took away to tho World's Fair.
The American 1 mastership Konil
worth has been chartered to cotno I
to this port to load sugar for Now I
A largo lot of Ferry Davis' I'ain I
Killor has boon received by tho Hot-1
listor Drug Company ox tho bark I
Mohican. " I
Aloha tooth powder is ndvtrticd !
by tho Hobrou Drug Company
With each bottle is presented a map
of tho Hawaiian Island".
Jy a no ice Iiom Adjutant lieu-
oralJ. 11. Sopor it will be seen that '
people again have freedom to ro.un
over tho hills and valleys. j
J. U. Athertoti will load tho meet-
nig at ttio . .u. u. i. to-morrow at
i:'M o'clock in tho evening. Topic
"God's promises and thoir proofs."
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
a Chi- aud Xuuanu streets, lodging by day, Willi tllC aid Of Which We may
week or month. Terms: 25 ami 50 COIHC down tOWIl without CX
, cents per night; I and 1.2., per ,; , , ... ,, .
Two of tho Japanese immigrants
escaped from the Quarantine Stn- ,
tion yesterday evening. They worn I
captured at 2 o'clock this morning !
bv p. o'Suiiivan.
J. W. Chapman, tho woll-kuovvu
caterer, is now open for ougage
molds for banquets, weddings, balls,
dinner parties, garden parties, etc.
Address him care of Bulletin ollico.
(3. U. Harrison, practical putm.
iiid organ maker niitl tuner, fan fur
nish best factory references. Ordorc
left at Hawaiir.n News Co. will ro
ceivo prompt attention. Ml word
guaranteed H I . M-f shuic lone
II. G. Biart has removed from
King street to tho store of Chris
Gortz, Fort htroot. There ho will
repair watches ami make souwuir
spoons and jewelry of every descrip
tion. Ha.'iug been the practical
watchmaker for Won nor & Co. ton
years, ho needs no pulling.
Pending the time when tho Gov
eminent will bo able to transmute
its rilles into agricultural imple
ments, tho Hawaiian Hardware
Compatij is prepared to supply every
demand for tho latter. It has also
a liltor for serving pure water which
beats ovorytiug yet iu sight. Ita I
itig yet iu sight.
An Old Soldier's Hucoramundation.
in tho lato war 1 w-as a soldier in
the rirst Maryland Volunteers,
Company G. During my term 0
service 1 contracted chronic diar-
rhoiu. aiiicu thou 1 havo used a
great amount of medicine, but when
l found auy that would give mo re
lief it would injure my stomach,
until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrlnca Kcuicdy w.ti brought
to my notice. 1 used it aud will say
it is the only remedy that gave mo
permanent relief ami 110 bad lo-mlts
follow. I lake plonMiro iu recoui
ui'Midiiig this preparation to ml of
my old comrades, who, while giving
their services to thoir country, coil
traded this dreadful disease as I
did, from eating unwholesome and
uncooked food, otirs truly, A. Ii.
lii.NDiNo, llalsoy, Oiegou. F01 sale
l)j all dealers. Benson, Smith .V Co,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
S t. Anvwn
The S. S. Arawa loft S.tn Fraueis-
o on tho 12th inst. at 5 p. undis
charged pilot at i.,'!U p, in., and ar
rives at Honolulu on tho I Dili at 2
p. 111. uii the Mill a passenger nam
ed Sulita(Sauioan native) .lied from js absolutely no waste of Ilia
piiouuioina and was buried at sea. . , 1 J
Shu will resume her
o'clock this evening.
voyage at tf
Pay for Quurda.
It is understood that tho Govern
ment will pay members of the Citi
zens' Guard not otherwise rocoiu
pi-used or who aro not well enough
olT to render voluntary service, two
dollars for ovory night's watcli or
Tt's nl most an easy for it
horao fuil on (JaHl'oni'ui
Pei-d Co.'s Hay and
to draw his Ion
is for this hi
pliant to draw his.
pay tho highest price and
get tin' bej-t tliere is to
be had. Our pi ices ate
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Uuth
Telephones 12). . .
FOIt SALE CHEAP
8UKUV IN VKItY
Oik id lleiiidr. Alto
n lew 11 rimes bum Mew
mid Bi'OOiiU-liuml. Aiuiiytn
W. V. WlOGHT,
1107-tf Huuolnlu Currlut;,) il'J'y.
January it), So.
Electricity and the methods
of handling it may be reckoned
among the greatest of the
world's wonders: such advance
ment has been made with it
during the past few years, that
it is difficult for even electri
cians themselves to tell where
its uses will end. No one
would have believed a few
years ago that anything that
moved so rapidly could be
measured, atul vet it is. and !
... . . ,
the people Wll0 lUVC llieteiS 111
(h.ejr houses I'eali.e it. Every
yeaf bH UJ. km
eJ.ro oil tllC SUb'lCCt; aild Willi
.-- ..-.., ...... r - - .....,
u . , ,i i .. ,nnnn
ii luiuta a ucoiiu iu i;u luxd
into the mystery. A lew years
hence there may be appliances
UUMUi: Ulll IIIIILO til till, UIUC 3
nothing impossible ill electrical
SCICllCe after What has already
, ,,i.,4. ,(!,-, ,.,. ,,..11 , 1
a pi.inuiuon maiugei called
on us ine oilier day in searcn oi
plows, and when he examined
them he remarked that "the
siocK is noi only larger man
I lhf nflifr ilrnlfr; rrimldm.il
but that the plows were of a
better quality. It was no trou
ble (0 sell him just what he
wanted. The demand upon
us for plantation implements
is always at the top notch, and
for that reason we always keep
a good stock on hand.
Among plantation supplies
we can truthfully say that our
Hendry Breaker and Double
Furrow plows have tilled a
want, and every manager who
has them on his plantation tells
us they are the nest plows he
ever had on his place. Our
slock of the Hendry Flows,
bath Breaker and Double Fur
rows, is large, and we can sup
ply any demand that we may
have. If vou will compare
tlioir capabilities with other
1 -n 1 ,1
1 P'OWS you Will see where they
j Every plantation on the Isl
ands uses fertilizer to a greater
1 or less extent. If you doubt it
drive out Kali hi way and see
the immense works of the Pa
cific Guano Fertilizer Co. The
j difficulty the plantation mana
1 ger has had to contend with in
I the use of fertilizer is to secure
an implement that will distri
bute it economically, yet thor
j oughly. We believe our Avery
! Distributor is the most perfect
machine for the purpose ever
nit on the maiket. This has
)een in use on the plantations
of Louisiana fur a long time,
and is now being ued with
great success on Hawaii. By
the use of this machine there
terial, and nine acres can be
thoroughly covered in one dav
by one man. It means econo
my to the plantation that uses
it both in labor and material.
The Avery Cane Cultivator is
another machine (hat is mak
ing its inroads on the planta
tions here after a thorough trial
in Louisiana. We have sold
several of them on Hawaii and
the parties using them seem
perfectly satisfied with their
purchase. We believe this
machine is destined to be ex
tensively used wherever sugar
We have made arrangements
for the handling'of the cele
brated Pasteur Filters so much
used in the United Stales in
places of business, public in
stitutions and private residen
ces. These filters are rented
or sold outright as people pre
fer. One of them is now in
use at the Queen's Hospital,
and after a careful trial Dr. C.
13. Wood, the well-known sur
geon of I lonolulu, says:
"I have o.ximiunl the "1'iMour
Filter" ni.iiiiifitctiiicd by the l'ustcur
Oliimibuihiuil Kilter Co. I consider
it to he the must cllicicut litter I h.ivu
Anyone desiring, to examine
one ol the filters at their resi
dence may communicate with
us, and Ar. 1 1. L. Thiron will
call upon them and fully ex
plain the working of it.
Hie Hawaiian Hardware Co, Lid
Opt lt MykV Woi,
(15 Id tue
and hre.vcrjf so.no us
t. o n ,5 nw ticts,
WKll VB Jt'T JtKOr.IVI'l) Kx
( ON l AIM NO
14,400 Bottles !
- . -j
I.U'lu-lvo An'Mit tit- the ll.unllan
S a S Ior k 3 r t
! i.o iiip- t'lll'l comes to n
man to dti lii' iclf !ii.il,
oiicc iu it Ir 'time. That
mice i now it you i com
mand. We li.ive just re
ccivi l a coii'il c oli" i. I
tlic (' li'lir.ilot
'I'lii- lini of icci.id heaters
we 'lie m llhij.' nl
S5 00 per Plr
illC"i never dreamed of be
fore iu this country. , .
We nro after the men's hlioe
I rude a i nl we are goiin; to
Til Id SI'AOK 1H
M. S. UETST-yr,
Foiit Stiiukt, II, I.
is head and sh dihlers -bove all olher I'noth
We sell more of A'oliu Powder tlnui ad
other '.Pontli Powders combined.
"W'th Aloha 1'owder you are sure of a den
tifiiee tlisit will ffeetunlly whiten the te th with
out any hurinful i ffeets It h agreeable and
plo:i-niit to line. Try it mo! and you will never
be without it.
Said a customer: ''Your Powder seenn to
lie belter than any I have used. I have newr
h.ul any irritation f the gums since u-ing it. 1
have my children uje it al-o."
Thnt's i he whole felon-. It came volmi
trtiily. A bottle of Alulia Powder will convince
you of the correct ess of this customer h opinion.
C3? A lJ,P ' the Hawaiian Islands will
le given with ea-h b ittle as a premium. This is
a handsome I ilhograph Map, is alxuit S by 10
inches in size, and shows clearly all the Islands.
hobrom mm CO.
JnMilBStS Ml -
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Scis1 The Automatic Pkahl Fkwxio Maciiixk with
the Ij:itest Modern Attachments suitahle for Light and
Heavy Work To Pin chasers: riihtruetlons in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schuelle atul Fancy Wtnhroidery Work will le given.
New and . .
Cheap in. .
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should he bailed and liltered.
The Only Kkliaiilk AVatku Filtku is the Slack &
Brownlow. They are in ule on seiuntilie principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily clouted.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LT
CORNER FORT A MERCHANT STREETS.
j. B. Kerr
is the only
man in 1 lo
1113 HAS KHCKIVED EX S. S. "AUSTKALIA"
A SI'LEXDID LOT OF
Worsteds and Tweeds
LATH ST STYLhS.
AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
EVEUV LINE OF :::::::
Cull and examine gtimls and iiricos before you
(10 KAItTllKR ANU f'AHK WOIWU. Yoil llllOW tllO placOl
S. UOTIi Tailor.
rummlns Block, Foitaiid Merchant Sis.
.'V i&k&.-v, -tarn-
tlSBHto'v. i.J . JUj,
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