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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 2, 1893.
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The weather is close with souther
Fifty cents a month secures you
the Bulletin with nil tho nows.
Johu Richardson of Wailuku,
Maui, has been arrested for troason.
Some favorite brands of cigars aro
advertised by II. W. Schmidt Si Sons.
Tho S. S. Warrimoo took quito a
number of passengers from this
Nothing but good opinions are
hoard of tho mjw form of tho
Fursor White of tho Hall reports
smooth weather at Kau, and rough
at South Kona.
C. B. llofgaard, merchant aud
postmaster at Waimua, Kauai, is
visiting tho city. ,
Tho Southern Cross design lias '
boon removed from tho smokestack
of the Warrimoo.
Mr. Whitney's ontortaiutnont is to
tako placo this night week. Ablo j
local talent will assist him. ,
Tho members of tho Military
Commission wero photographed by
A. W. Bolster this morning.
Tho steamer Miknliala dropped in
from the Garden Isle this morning, ,
a day ahead of schedule timo.
Fassos have been extended to all
thoso who desire to be abroad after
0:30 o'clock p. in. until Feb. 7.
Fin or gum tho back of your
Bulletin, then cut tho top open, and
you will find it as easy to road as a
llorace Crabbe, a half-white, not
tho former policeman of that name,
was arrested for investigation this
Tho doparturo of the S. S. Warri
moo was delayed until 2 p. in.
The Government band played on
tho wharf until 1 p. tu.
Ilauiwai, tho popular bathing
place, has not beeu upset by tho
war. The brine is still on tho out
side, aud a good table inside.
The Health ageut is only able to
roport throe deaths from gunshot
wounds after the war. This leaves
tho kuowu rebel fatalities at two.
Tho Aloha class in Thoosophy
will moot as usual at 7:1)0 Monday
eveuing at 105) King streotj Way
block. All interested are invited to
Joe Dins, of Co. F, National
Guards, was placed under arrest
yesterday for assault and battery on
J. Rafael, a private in tho same
B. K. Denbigh is tho conductor '
of tho Cool: excursion party visiting
tho islands. Another contingent
will arrive by tho Mariposa on the
7th iust. '
There was a steady run on tho
kinotoscopo at the Elite last night. ,
A crescent of colored oloctric lights
has been placod on tho wall over tho i
Tho Anglican Church Chrouiclo j
for February is out, containing many '
reflections on tho rebellion, bosidos ,
the usual full quota of church and i
Tho guards who hnvo boon ou duty j
at the barracks, courtroom and
Washington Place wero paid to-day.
All others who have been on guard j
will bo paid Mouday.
Tho football team of tho U. S. S.
Philadelphia will probably come
ashore on Monday for ' practice.
Sharkey, tho pugilist, is one of their
host players. Thoy say it takes six
men to hold him in a rush.
Unitod Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready nt tho call of "290," fur
nishes fino livory outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nico car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker aud tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be tho same done
H. G. Blart has romoved from
King street to tho
Gertz, Fort street.
storo of Chris
ropair watches auu make souvenir
spoous aud 'owelry of every descrip
tion. Having boon the practical
watchmaker for Wennor & Co. ton
years, ho needs no pulling.
The S. S. Kahului arrived at Ka
hului on Jau. 23, on hor second trip
from San Francisco. Sho brought a
cargo of general merchandise for
tho H. C. Si S. Co.'s store. Tho Ka
hului was to sail for San Francisco
to-day. Mr. and Mrs. O. Abbott of
Lahaiualuua go by her as passengers.
Another Attempt to Burn tho Proper- '
ty of a Robcl Prlsonor. ,
Thursday night as roportod an at
tempt was made to burn the business
premises of II. F. Bortelmanu, ono
of tho imprisoned leaders of tho late
insurrection. List night tho houso
of Samuel Nowloiu, tho rebel mili
tary chief, was sot on fire. Thore
wero in tho houso two louo womon,
Mrs. Xowlein and her sistor. Tho
latter was rostless before boing
alarmed, and told Mrs.Nowlein that
sho could not sleep.
Shortly after 11 o'clock J. H. Bol
ster, a Bulletin reporter, who livos
in II. T. Walker's houso next door to
Nowlein's on King street, opposite
J. B. Athorton's rosidenco, saw from
his lmlrootn window, through tho
chinks of an intervening board wall,
a light as from a lantern on Now
lein's premises. Whilo he was watch
ing the light in a few momonts it
suddenly bocamo a great glaro. Mr.
Bolster rushed out aud bounding
over the fence discovered tho rear
cornor ou tho Ewa sido of Nowlein's
house in a blaze. Tho fire wasabovo
a lattice screen and was running up
tho houso. Yelling out "Fire!" Mr.
Bolster first seized a board and tried
to beat the fire out. Thou ho happi
ly discovered a garden hose attached
to a tap, aud turning on tho water
soon quenched the Haines.
There aro two plausible theories
to account for these attempts to
burn the property of tho two rebel
leaders. One is that somo light
headed crank is trying to anticipate
the hand of justice iu punishing tho
, disturbers of public tranquillity.
Another is that tho authors are
rebels or rebel sympathizers attempt
ing to wreak vengeance upon Bertol
maun and Xowlein for their confes
sions and state's evidence implicat
ing their confederates and followers.
Detective Larson took up tho case
of tho Xowlein Dro oarly this morn
ing for investigation.
Threo of tho Kobol Suspects Shlppod
oa Board tho 'Warrimoo.
This forenoon about 5) o'clock
Marshal Hitchcock applied at tho
ollico of Thoo. H. Davies Si Co.,
agents of tho Cauadiau-Australian
, Line, to ascertain if there was any
steerage accommodation on board
1 tho S.S. Warrimoo bound for British
i Columbia. Being a ns wo red iu the i
1 affirmative tho Marshal left, saying i
ho would soo tho agents later. I
About noou J.Craustun, A. Muller !
and J. B. Johnston, prisoners held ,
for conspiracy, wore taken under es-1
, cort ou board tho Warrimoo lying at '
the P. M. S. S. Co.'s dock. It was
Impossible up till a Into hour boforo '
this paper's going to press to obtain j
1 particulars of the procedure under I
which tho banishment was effected.
It was probably under the Daugor
i ous Persons Aot of tho Provisional
Government's laws. ,
Thoro seemed to bo somo hitch iu
tho arrangements, as tho steamer
was detained uulil 2 o'clock although ,
sho had blown two whistles before '
12. The Cabinet was assomblod at '
tho whaff for somo time prior to the
J steamer's departure. U. S. Minister
i Willis, British Commissioner Hawes '
aud German Consul Hackfeld were ,
1 also there. Tho men did not want to
! go, aud there was a protest, but tho '
I Government persisted. Senior Cap-1
l tain Parker of the police accom-1
1 pauiod the exiles to soa, to return iu
tho pilot boat. i
During tho absence of L.J. Lovoy,
whose political proclivities have
stranded him on the roof, his broth
er Sam of Frisco fills the rostrum
aud ably haudles tho auctioneer's
hammer. Mr. Lovoy hold a success
ful sale of goueral merchandise, this
morning, being ably assisted by his
Anglo-American clerk, Miko Bailey,
late a member of tho firms of Debeu
ham, Towson Si Farmer of London
and Spear Si Co. of San Francisco.
''The Cockfight" is tho subject of
tho kiuotoscopo exhibition to-day.
It is all motion. Tho bauds aud
facos of aiders aud abettors making
gestures aro soon over the fence,
whilo the roosters keep up a con
tinual combat. Tho flvinc feathers
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i birds aro Splayed.
A rumor has boon in circulation
two or threo days that Alex. Smith,
ono of the suspected rebels, had died
iu Oaliu Prison. Deputy Marshal
Browu, whon seeu at tho station at 2
o'clock, laughed at tho quostion
about tho rumor. "Smith is as live
ly aud hoalthy as you or I," said Mr.
Mechanics' Homo, cornor Hotel
VlUUMIIIllbi AXUtUU I.UIUUI UUlUi
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 aud F0
couts per night; SI and $1.25 per
Buvo Half the Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should use Lucol in
stcud of Linseed Oil, because:
Lccot. Is more durable than Unseed
2. Lci'OL la more
economical thmi Liu-
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Six years of actual uo iu exterior
houso painting In California (tho
most trying cliuiuto for paints), iu
tho burning heat of tho Arizona J)os- '
crt, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, iiml ou
tho Atlantic coast, have fully und
practically shown that Lucol always
outwears Linseed Oil under the same
conditions. All tho ucid works in
San Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lucol.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Limcul und
Lucol paints. The Lint-cod paints
aro destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucol paiutH are practically unaUuct-
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Brciik up lj lb, paste white lead
iu ono pint of Lucol, und the tame
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads us far as aud covers
much bettor than tho Linseed paint.
To got equally good covering with the I
Linseed paint you have to tibo 2J lbs. .
of white lead to ono piut of Linseed ,
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of ,
paste lead to each pint of Lucol used, I
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving inure than half the ,
first cost of the Lucol.
Lucol is not in competition with j
cheap Linseed Oil biiuslitutu. i
tots for the Hawaiian Islands
Drawing and Painting
D. Howard Hitchcook
CLASS DAYS, RATES, ETC.
DRAW ISO ULAMIM:
Tuctday and Wednesday afternoons
Tuesday and Weduetdny morning,
livery alternate Baturday utturutou.
Criticisms will bo given tulco a week
The Class ltoonn will be open from 8
m. to 12 noon for mornlnir cIjsus; from
to 0 i'. m. for afternoon classes.
'svSV'Lcvvo,.:::: ? 23
PaiiithiK Class, per month 10 00
" " Shujlu Lessen.... 2 00
Sketch Clans, freo to regular class
pupils, to others 1C0
0He- Special rates for Private I'unlls
and to those desiring dally study at class
r. o. jonxs.
E. A. JONES.
TECHJ HAWAIIAN ,
NO. 10S FOKT STIIF.ET.
SAFES of Various Siics for Hent
by the Month or Year.
m- VAULTS open from 8:30 s. m.
until t i. m. uzcept ou Saturdays, when
they will bo closed at 2:M r. si.
m- WE liny and Sell First-class
STOCKS and BONDS ami make ad
vauces on same,
When the rays of Old Sol arc boiling down at a ninety de
gree rale, the air like tho breath of a furnaco and everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural desire of the avcrago human is
to drink. Hut, what to drink? There's the question.
The serious cllcct of an over-indulgence in ico water is well
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gassy bovcrages are known
to bo more or less injurious to the health, whilo Urn mineral
waters of known purity and hcalthfiilncss are a luxury beyond
the reach of but few. What shall we drink?
A beverage to meet the requirements, inust, first of all, be
absolutely pure and non-alcoholic. It should possess a medi
cinal element to counteract the cllccts of tho heat and keep tho
blood pure and the stomach healthful. In order to bo palal
ablo and refreshing, it should bo sparkling and effervescent.
Lust but not least, it must bo economical anil within the reach
of all. A beverage that fully meets all of the above require
ments and ono that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIKES' ROOT DEER, manufactured by the Ciias. E. Hikes
& Co , of Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by ilium to bo
free from any deleterious substance and absolutely non-alcoholic ;
whilo all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicioui, appetizing llavor, is full of snap, sparkle and
ell'ervescence, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will make live gallons of
this great temperance drink. Truly it answers tho question
What shall ue drink? There are many substitutes und imita
tions ot HIKES' ROOT HEEK offered for sale which should be
"We have Used your Root Deer for over a year and find it
delicious and healthful. Wo would not like to bo without it a
single day. We find it is helping all of us. Mrh. F. H. Ci.aiik,
7:i.') Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wo buvo tn-ed over one hundred bottles of your Koot Deer,
drinking it winter and summer. My brother and myself are
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Boer.
Mioiiaki. Kxu.v, 10 Water St., Waltbam, Mass., U. S. A."
Drug Company ,
Smith & Company...
j Hollister Druo Company,
! Lewis & Company
A. I JWi- J
' Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HioniiXjiSTEie, & oo.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
p, 0 II0X 181-
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O. N. WILCOX President.
J. V. HACKFELD Vice-President.
E. SUHK Secretary and Treasurer.
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIHI boing completed, wo aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
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Snecial attention ulven to Analysis of
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