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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 1, 1895.
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Steamer Hnll has arrived. I
Mr. Sachs has a cottago to lot.
- How do you like tho now form!
A solid oak bedroom atiito is for '
Moro rain last night and this
Valentines have appeared at tho
Golden Rulo Bazaar.
The Bulletin gives all tho news
for only fiO cents a month.
The Sharpshooters aro to havo a
uniform of cray with creen trim-'
Kamohamoha Manual and Frona-
! ratory schools will ro-opon on tho ,
Oh, you must see Edison's kineto- j
scope. It is a marvol and cuock full
of fun at that.
Lieutonant Worlich, of the U. S.
S. Philadelphia, attonded tho Court
martial this foronoon. !
H. A. Widetnann, W. G. Irwin and
Jan. G. Spencer visited tho flagship
Philadelphia this morning.
.. Divine service in the Gorman Ian-
guago will bo held at tho Y. M. 0. A.
all at 11 o'clbck on Sunday.
Tho monthly meeting of tho Pio
neer Buildiug & Loan Association
will bo hold on Monday ovoning.
"What Shall Wo Drink?" the quos-
kiuu uusoiou uiaunuuiu iu hub t
paper, is rather appropriate to tho
To-morrow morning at 10 o'clock
general nierohaudise and throe
watches will bo sold at L. J. Lovey's
It is generally belioved that son
tenco of death has boon passed up
on Eovoral of tho stato prisoners
Sentences cotno under roviow of tho
Tho name of Fleet Surgeon Wins- !
low was inadvertently Smittod in
11 . - n. ! i-i -
the PLiladel ,h a'a officers o the '
tho Philadelphia b ollicors to tho ,
Deputy Sheriff W. J. Sheldon of
Waianao is in town. Ho says that '
s few days before tho outbreak many
natives asked him for passes to come
James F. Morgan will hold his
regular cash sale at 10 o'clock to
morrow. Provisions, feed, furniture,
clothing, and tho stock of a drag
store will bo offered.
Senior Captain Robert Parker and
a squad of police, all on horseback.
loft this morning on a searching ex-1
podition. Tkoy will scour tho Ma
noa Valley for rebels' arms.
Something good to roliove tho
dulness of martial law is promised
by C. J. Whitnoy, assisted by othor
uisirioniu ami musical laiuni, ai 1.
M. C. A. hall on Monday evening.
It should not bo missed.
Koao Aki, who lives iu Pauoa val
ley, thrashed hiswifoand then ran
away with thoir child. Ho was ar
rested and gave up tho child, and at
tho station was released on $25 bail.
S. H. Saleno, business manager of
the Ovorland Monthly, is in the Isl
auds gathering material for special
use of that magazine. Ho should
bo aided by all who would have in
formation about Hawaii
H. Hackfeld & Co. offer to tho
trade, on tho most liberal tonus,
their largo and varied stock of mer-
chandiso. Town aud country retail -
ors will consult tlieir own Interests t neparaio voruiot against meso uo
by taking noto of tho advertisement ' fondants was rendered, finding them
of this house.
Chinese restaurants aro uow
nismng tneir customers with nico
Japaneso napkins at each meal.
They cost about $2 a thousand,
which is cheaper than tho washing
of linen ones. It will not bo long
before the entorprising Japs will
own tho restaurants.
H. G. Biart has roinavod from
King street to tho store of Chris
Gortz, Fort street. Thoro ho will
vnnnii ti'nfolina ntwi ivnlA oniiirnnia
Bpoous and jowelry of every descrip- S200 with tyonty-four hours; Sugi
tion. Having been tho practical i DBai Weda, Oda, Igami and Matsu
watchmakor for Wonuor & Co. ten , oto S7d each with twonty-four
years, ho needs no pulling. uoura'
" COLD FEET."
Ono lilttlo Practical Joko on a Brave
Tho guards at tho Judiciary build
ing are jovial company. Ono of them
has had a photograph made of ono
of tho members lying on a table
with his foot wrapped in blankets.
Tho photo is labelled "Cold Foot."
In consoquenco of the photograph
ono of tho men who took an activo
part at tho front during tho late
rebellion will probably resign. "Cold
Feet" has been placed on, exhibition
in T. G. Thrum's bookstore. There
is a big demand for tho souvenir.
Two Supreme Court Decisions Ono
on the Konri Tragedy
A unanimous decision of the Su-
Iiremo Court has boon rendered in
lepublic of Hawaii vs. Goorgo
Friedouburg and Republic of Ha
waii vs. R. Palati. selling liquor with
out liconso. Chief Justice Judd ;
frames the opinion, of which tho fol
lowing is tho syllabus:
"Defendants pleaded guilty to a t
charge of Belling spirituous liquor
without a license aud sentence was
suspondod. Thereafter they woro
again arrostd for another oifonso of
ttio same character. On being
brought into Court a nolle prosequi
was entered and the Court imposed
sentonco in tho previous case. Held:
It was no error to thus passsontoncc,
though proof of tho second offeuso
was not made to tho Court."
Deputy Attorney-General A. G.
M. Robertson for prosocution; J. K.
Kaulia and Enoch Johnson for do-
Circuit Judgo Whiting Bat on tho
caso in place of Second Associato
Juslico Froar, provouted from duty
Chief Justice Judd also renders
the opinion of tho full court consti
tuted by himsolf, First Associato
Justico Bickorton and Circuit Judgo
uvuimi iu uiatoui uumvo iiuai; iu
Republic of Hawaii vs. Oishi. Suji-
uagn, vouo, uui, igaiui nuu maisu-
moto (all Japanese); and John Gas
par, accessory before tho fact. This '
is tho caso in which, at Kona, Ha
waii, last September, an officor was
wu, oiai iiuwuv;i uu uujuui tmo
injured and a Japaneso was shot and
killed, in a quarrel ovor tho posses-
sion of cortaiu cofToo land. Tho syl
labus of tho decision is as follows:
1. A defendant was committed for
trial for instigating others to com
mit an offense Tho Attorney-General
doclined to indict him on this
chargo and ho was discharged from
custody and again arrested, commit-
ted. indicted, tried aud convicted on
tho chargo of being au accessory bo-
fro tho fl lo thViTmrrWif
tho said offonso. Hold: That tho
former t)roceodinis wore no bar to
tho conviction and there was no mis -
2. A District Magistrate oxeroising
tho functions of this ofllco is a ile
facta maristratu to all rjarties exceDt
tho stato. Where a warrant issuing
from a District Magistrate is offered
in evidence it is not necossarv. to
prove its legality, that tho commis-
biuu ui iuo uiogisiravu ua piuuuuuu.
Circuit Courts can tako judicial
knowledge of the appointment of
the inferior magistrates.
3. Reference was made in the
body of a warrant, for tho names of
all but ono of the parties to bo ar-
restod, lo the information which j
preceded the warrant on tho sauio j
paper, and contained tho names of
tho parties complained against.
Hold: Tho warrant complied with
1. Extreme strictuoss is not re-
; quired in writing in English a Chi-1
neso or Japanoso name. "Uis as ,
1 pronounced by a Hawaiian would
bo Mem tonant with "Oishi."
j. Where tho evidence shows that
1 a person incited otuors to assault
polico ollicors generally 11 tlioy camo
for a certain purpose, tho person in-1
citing is responsible ovon though 1
tho ollicors were not armed with
G. To hold a person guilty of in- '
citing another to commit an offense,
it in not. nncAKsarv to show Hint hn i
1 exercised so great an influonco ovor ,
him as to deprive him of tho free-
I dm of his will.
. 7. In order to distinguish between
certain defendants and an accessory
' before tho fact, tried with them, a
, "guilty of tho chargo of resisting
! t&o o4ers." Held g'ood. Tho ver
1 diet, if free from uncertainty, is good
thouch it does not coutain tho parti
culars of tho indictment in doscrib-1
ing tho offenso.
Attorney. General W. O. Smith aud .
Deputy Robertson for prosecution;
P. Neumann, O. W. Ashford aud A. ;
S. Hartwell for defendants.
The penalties to bo paid by tho
defoudants are as follows: John Gas
par is to pay a fiuo of $500 and bo
imprisoned twonty-four hours; Oishi
Re-open Feb. 12, 1895.
Daily Bulletin 60 cent per month.
fjnve Hull tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in riRinont.
livery painter should use Lucol in
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
Lucol Is mure durnlle thnn Llniced
2. Lucol. in more
economical thnn Liu-
.Six yours of actual lue in exterior
house painting in California (tho
most trying climato for paints), in
tho burning hciit of the Arizona Don-
crt, the Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
lliu ilium UU UUiiei. Iliivu 1U1IV UUU
practically shown thai Lt'coi. always
outwears Linked Oil under the mini
conditions. All (lie uuid works lin
Unix Francisco have diteurded Lin
seed Oil for Lucoi..
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOUHSKLK.
Put strung ammonia on Line cod uml I
Lucol paints. The Linseed paints
aro destroyed in 11 few minutes; the
Lucol paiut are practically uuailcct
cd. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS
Break up lj lbs. puste white lead
in 0110 pint of Lucol, aud tho same
quantity in ono pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on cimilur dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
' I'uint spreads as far M uud covc
nmch belter than the Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed paint you have to use 2A lbs.
of white lead to ono pint of Linseed
, Oil. This means a saving of J lb. of
I paste lead to each pint of Lucol used,
or 6 lbs. to every callon. equivalent
' to your saving moro than half the j
first cost of tho Lucol.
Lucol is not in competition
cheap Linseed Oil substitute.
AM for (tie Hawaiian Islands
Drawing and Painting
D. Howard Hitchcock
CLASS DAYS, RATES, ETC.
Tuesday ami Wednesday afternoons
Tuesday and Wednesday morning,
Every alternate Saturday af tornaon.
Criticisms will bo civen twice a week
The Class Itooms will be open from 8 ,
M. to 12 noon for mornlnc classes; from
to 5 p. m. for afternoon clutnes.
. Drawlnij Class, per month. 18 00
' mcu. &TZ 10 So
' Slngio Lesson.... 2 00
Sketch Class, froo to regular class
pupils, to others 1C0
nr Special rates for l'rlvato Pupils
and to those dcslfinu daily study at class
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E. A. JONES.
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K0. 108 FOIIT BTUEKT.
SAFES of Various Sizes for Ilent
by the Month or Year.
t VAULTS open from 8: SO a. m.
until 1 i. . except on Saturdays, when
they will be closed at 2:30 r. M.
m-WB Iluy and Sell F.'rst-class
STOCKS and I10NDS and mako ad
vances on same.
When the rays of Old Sol are boiling down at 11 ninety de
gree rate, the nir like the breath of u furnace smil everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural do-ire of the uveiage human i
to drink. Hut, what to drink? There' the quottion.
The serious oiled of an over-indulgence iivieo water in well
known. Tito thousand and one cheap gity bevt rajics arc known
lo be more or loss injurious to the health, while th mineral
waters of known purity and healthful lots are a luxury beyond
the roach of but few. What nhall we drink?
A beverage to moot the ri4uiicineiit!, must, lliet of all, be
absolutely pure and non-alcoholic It should po.-ics.t u medi
cinal element lo counteract the cfiocts of the he.it and ktep the
blood pure and tho stomach healthful. Iu order to bo palat
able and refreshing, il should be sparkling and oHorvccont.
Last but not least, it must bo economical and within the roach
of all. A bovorage that fully niectn all of the above require
ments and ono that is entitled lo more than passing mention i.
HIKES' ROOT HEEK, manufactured by tho CiiArt. E. Hicks
.v Co , of Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has bo n ana
lyzed by the highest authorities and pronounced by tliotn to be
frco from any deleterious substance and absolutely non-nlcoholic ;
while all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has 11 delicious, uppetizing flavor, in full of snap, eparklo and
effervescence, ind is without a poor as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will make live gallon of
this great tempcranco drink. Truly it answers the question
What shall we drink? There aro many stibhtitutes anil imita
tions ol HIKES' ROOT REEK offered for sale which should bo
"We have used your Root Heer for over a year aud find it
delicious ami healthful. We would not like to bo without it a
tingle day. Wo find it is helping all of us. Mnn. F. II. Ci.aiik,
7:15 Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"We have used over one hundred bottles of your Root Heer,
drinking it winter and summer. My brother and myself are
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Rcer.
Miciiaki. Kiii.lv, 10 Water St., Walthain, Mass., U. S. A."
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