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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUABY 2, 1895.
Jour n$ edMfe
WIS HAVE JUST KKOB1VKD Kx
4- "I" -I
Agmits for tho
633 PorStreet !
, woro weeping all round tho room,
TTOP Rl Nfr Sir, CO tho air of which was heavy with tho
nUI Qli W ''odor of candles aud lamps, aud
M HOTEL STKKBT
Wholesale Dealers in
Liprs aim Ha Giars!
General Chinese Merchandise
riot 011b, HIce, Matting,
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Etc.
Bnglisb and Amorioan Groceries
lty Every Toast Bteaiuei.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 117.
A. Family Hotel.
Per Ray $ 2
Per Week l
SPECIAL MONTHLY' BATES.
The Beat of Attendance, the Beat Situation
and the Finest Meals in the Oily.
8. l.BH AW, Proprietor.
Cor. King aud Nuuauu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
HELL TELEPHONE 491.
BACK AGAIN TO WORE.
1ST. 3T. BTTIRGKEjSS
Is again prepared to repair Garden Hose,
Bnrfuklers. Water Tana. etc. Baw Fillne
i again preimi
aud all kinds of Tools sharpened, Inolnd-
Iiik Uarvinti Knives una Scimora: Lawn
Mowers a Biicclttltv: also Betting Glass: in
fact all kinds of jobbing. Work called for
and returned. King up 1C2 Mutual Tele
phone any time before U a. u. U'Utf
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Estimates given on all kinds ol
BTONE.CONOKETE & PLABTEHWOKK
COIIOBKTX A SPECIALTY -l
JOHN F. BOWLER.
A DISHONEST OOON.
Ho Misappropriates a Hundrod Thou
sand of Other People's Monoy.
Suporintendent Preston of tlio
State Banking Department, accord
iug ton late Now York despatch,
says ho has discovered that about
8100,000 of the funds of the Bankers
Loan and Investment Company of
10 Wall street havo been misappro
priated by its whilom socrotary.
Union II. Coon. Ho also discovered
that Coon, who was ousted as secre
tary a year ago, was at ouo timo con
spiring to nave the ofllcials who
were friendly to him placed in power
iu the company to ouablo him to
virtually control its finances.
' Preston's investigation, which lt-d
up to this discovery, lasted nearly a
The company which is a building
and loan association, niado most of
its investments iu lloanoko, V. It
was at that place that Coon estab
lished his ollice while eourctarr and
manipulated tho company's afTairs.
It was noticed by Vice-President
Charlns Hillhouse that tho com
pany's funds were getting lower and
lower without adequate return be
ing shown. Ho immodintnly noti
fied Superintendent Preston and an
investigation was begun. To-day
on application of Superintendent
Preston and tho Attorney-General
Mr. Hillhnuso and James M. Gifford
woro appointed receivers of tho com
pany. Tho assets of tho Bankers' Loan
and Investment Company amount
to .f-1127,l(J3, whilo its liabilities aro
Mr. Hillhouso says that although
a now board of directors was elected
last Tuesday, there has not been a
breath of suspicion cast upon tho
old directors. "Thoy aro men of
sterling integrity," ho said, "and it
was only their confidence iu Coon
for which they aro all taken to task.
"There arc. however, no doubt,
several nubordinates of Coon iu the
company, through whoso couni
vauco ho was enabled to swindle to
such an extent.
"Under tho reorganized manage
ment of tho company I am confident
that we shall soou put it on its feet
again and hate it iu excellent run
ning and pa) iug order."
Something About Two Boys.
i "Tho most pathetic incident of
I my childhood is this: My motuor
lum.t iin.i' .11 Tim. onltninl ...fw.lrci
and tho doctor solemnly announced -that
sho could not livo more than
two or threo days longor at most.
That ninht my father rousod me '
from sleep aud took mo out of my
liltlo bed to bid hor a last good-byo.
1 suaii never lurgub wio scene, wuiuu
was now aud awful to mo. Peoplo
reeking with tho fumes of drugs.
My mot hor know aud kissed mo, aud
IUUU IUUJ IUUU 1UU UUl'K IU 111 J UUUi
But ero I was led away some ono
opened the window a few inches
I from tho top, aud I noticed tho grey
1 dawn resting on tho glass, aim hoard
tho 'cheep, cheep,' ol a newly waken
ed bjrd. Since thou I havo associ
ated that hour aud sound with that
"But (and to say what now follows
1 1 havo writteu tho foregoing para
graph) wo woro all rasped and tor
j tured for nothing. My mother pro
I ceoded to got well hand over baud,
I and died quietly thirty years after
! ward. She survived every person who
1 stood at her bedside that niijht except
Speaking of tho illness of hor son,
a boy of nine, a lady says: "Wo had
to sit with him night anil day, giv
iug him brandy, wine, boot tea, A;o., 1
to koop him alive, aud oxpoctod I
evory day would bo his last. The 1
physician plainly told us that uoth-'
iug more could bo done to savo 1
Yot iu spito of tho disease, aud
wo almost said iu spite of tho doc-'
tors, the lad is woll to-day. And
this is how it all caino about. There
is a moral iu it, too, but suppose wo !
1 servo that up at tho end of tho story.
I All right, you say. Very woll, then. '
It seems that this boy, Goorgo 1
Westmorolauci, had previously beon ,
a strong, healthy little chap, as all j
boys ought to bo. But about tho 1
middle of last November 1891, that
is ho was takou down, Tho family
couldn't make out what ailod him.
Ho comnlained of a bad nain in the
stomach, aud vomited a quautity of
I yellowish green stuff. Presently tho
I Pain was SO sharp that ho couldn't
ho in bod, and thoy had, so his mo
: fl.nr un t mnW fmati lint nm.1.
' n . ' n '.':n mi., 'i !
wceouu uuer auoiuor. i.no wuuo
Ul HIS OJUB LUTUUU JUllUtY, uuu uia
skin, too. Ho was hot, and feverish,
aud had to fight for his breath.
Of courso Ids mother sent for a
doctor, aud tho doctor said his young
patient was suiToring from iuilam
mation of thobowQis. Hegavo medi
cines which, however, did no good,
so far as tho boy's friond could eoo.
On tho coutrary, ho grow worse, and
a second doctor was fetched. This
inodical gentloman differed from his
predecessor, and gave out that i
Georgo had an attack of rheumatic
fever in othor words, acute rhoum-,
atism a dlsoaso which no boy has
any business with whatever.
Tho treatment on this theory
availed nothing; Georgo was worse.
Ho now had a hacking cough, and ,
his expectoration was so oflensivo
that tho people had to use disinfec
tants. Ho broke out into sweats, so '
heavy as to saturate the pillows. ,
Ho could take no nourishment save !
a little milk aud lime water. Ho
woro away to a skeleton, did tho
por boy. Ho was nothing but skin
aud bone, and thoy had to lift him '
in and out of bed. Then ho fell so ,
ill ho would not notice any one iu
tho room, aud lay for hours never ,
opeuiug his oyos. Then came tho ,
time when a third doctor said ho
couldu't possibly livo.
What happened aftor that tho '
boy's mother tolls. We give 3 on '
horexaet words: "In February last,"
sho pays, "my husband, as a last re
source, determined to try Mother
Soigol's Curat ivo Syrup. After a
few doses tho hoy's breathing was '
easior and ho took food. In three
days ho was able to sit up, and iu a
week's time ho was up and dressed.
Ho gained llesh aud strength every '
day, ami is now ablo to go about.
Sometimes I look at him aud can
hardly believo ho is tho same boy 1
who was so recently at death's door. ,
Soigol's Syrup saved his life. Yours
truly. (Signed) Mrs. Mary West
moreland, 5, High Street, Plum
stead, London, April '27, 18.t2."
Now. a half a dozen words, Little
Georgo had no bowel intlammatiou,
nor a single touch of rheumatism.
That was tho doctors' professional
guesswork. Ho had a sharp attack
of biliousness and indigestion, of
1 which Mother Soigel would havo
cured him long before had hor
medicine been appealed to. Hero is
the moral to coneludn with: Learn
what tho true remedy for illness is,
aud use it first instead of last.
What Might Havo Happonod.
Tho Brush electric light works of
Baltimore havo preserved tho re-
mains of tho rat which threatened
their buildings with destruction Ly
running across a switchboard and
making a connection which sot tho
board ou firo. Whon found tho rat
was wet and as rigid as if frozen.
As preserved ho retains tho attitude
of stepping from 0110 brass to an
other, iu which ho was killed by tho
rpilK ANNUAL .MEETING OF THE
A Members oi the Pacific Ci.uii will be
, A 1JIfn!bcr,s,10'.
1 atV:: o'cioo
!lnb on .MONDAY, February
clock i m. Election of Olll-
cers anil General lluslnus.-i. Members un
able to ntteuil will please urruogo for their t
representation by nroxv. I
j; ,M. M"ON8.KUAT, '
Pacific Club, Honolulu, Jan. iiO, 1K'J5. J
In dcr Y. M. C. A. Hall
am Sonntag, d. 3. Februar
Vormlttags 11 Uhr.
A Soiiti Odk Bedroom Suite!
Tho monthly meetlim of the HOSOU'LU
TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION will
bo held in the
Y. M. O. A. Hall
TUESDAY NEXT, at 7 P. M,
An Address will be delivered by
E. L. BROWN, Ph. D.
Short addresses will bo delivered by
ATKINSON, V. it. O. S ,
liiseetor-U"eneral of Boliools.
During the e eulng Muicnl Selections will
be ruudered by
m1bsks oahihe oabtli:,
Members of the Association, aud those
interested in education nre invited to at
tend. J. LIOHTKOOT,
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
411 NUDANU STBEET.
ijpiiei' ani Mr id Garopean Dry aM Faicy Goons
l.udles' Wares of every description. Also, fresh line of Chinese Goods.
Pongee & "Wliite Sills. Fajaineis.
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Best Bluck and Green Chincso Tea. Crepo Shawls, Etc.
tW Fit Onaranteed. Prices Moderate. Kft
ur 3u.ua.l Teler3lione 543
llirOKTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Presb California Roll Batter and Island Batter
tst Gooa! Hecelfed by E?ery Steamer from San Francisco.
gar- aji Urders faithfully nttond to. Batlafactlon gaaranteed. Island Order
-nii-itwi nd packed with care.
Linoolm Block, Kino Stuer, Bet. Fobt and Alaska Stbkrs.
MiTH rKI.BPHONKH 'iVh
lp:wiis & co..
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers. Wholesale (6 Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
EiBah Goods by Every CalilornU Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
islands OnntKs Solicited. jfB t0 SATurAOTioN Gdabantebd.
rMLBfUOUB V. O. BOX 118
11. K. MolNTYKE & BRO.,
- IMrORTKUD AND DK4LBBH I
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Mt-f ()oi1 lth-eivd by Every I'acket from the Eastern Btates and Europe.
fubsh . California" .""produce - by"- every . steaueb
Ml Orrttir (Hhfally Attended
Vnn of th
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ART COKNKK .!
AONK UNDIVIDED TWENTIBrU
nliaru In tho Ahuiiuaa of llonukuu
sltaato in Bouth Koim, Hawaii, containing
un area of ("d Acrea, and belli); Anana U
of It. I. (W57, U 0. A. 7713. Thoro uro iili
0-10 Acres to every share. This luud ad
join Kalahlkl on tliu Bouth and is a valu
able property. A wood deal of It In suit
able for L'olleo, and the balance for pastur
age. It lies near Ilookuna landing. I'rlco
IbCO. Title perfect j warranty deed, ac
knowledged and stumped, given to pur
chaser. I'or further particulars apply to
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given to all creditors of the deceased to
present their claims duly authenticated
wlthlu tlx mouths from this date.
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Administrator, 'JOS Merchant street.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, ls'J5. 1213-lm
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