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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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Vhk Daily HULLITIM Id printed ami i.un
llshed by tbo Dtdly Bulletin Publishing
Company, Limited, at Its otllce, Mer
chant street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isl
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakea street, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Address letter! for th paper Kditot
Bulletin," and business letter " Manager
Dally Bulletin Publishing Company."
Using a personal address uiuy mu delay
LBWERS 4k COOKE.
Imiortkhi and Dkalkrm in Lumbfr and
alh kin ps or ButLiiiNo Matkbialh.
Kurt Street, Honolulu
U. HAUKVELD A CO.,
Gn.NF.Rtt, CoMMIMlON AotHTl'.
iKirnxr Koii ml ljueeu tilm-l. nini.iium,
JNO. . BMITHtEt
AUCTIONEER AND ar..MSnLllD8!MH AllB.NT.
Maliukona, Kolialn. Hnwuil,
Masukactuwno Jeweler a.no WATCH-
Kakul Jewelry a specialty. Partieuiar
attention paid to all kinds of repair.
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON W0BK8,
Btkam Enuiskh, Bmun Mills, Bou.siih,
Coolxrs, Iron, Brass ami Lkad
Maohlnery of Kvery Descriptiou Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blacksmlthlng. Job Work executed at
CONTHACTOK AND BuiLDKll.
Estimates given on all kinds of Brick,
Iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings. Job
bing of all kinds. Building Material for
sale, 310 and Ml! King street. Kesldence
Telephone, Bell 237; P. O. Box 11.
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Arenta for Hawaiian Islands
City Carriage Co.,
Comer King and Bethel Bts.
- B0TB TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages & Civil Drivers
To be had at all hours.
J. 8. ANDRADB,
WI. G. IRWIN k CO.
...ii. uKour sum
Cnlf.bratva High Grade Cans luioib.
V. art. ltu prepared to tntf irtlM Im
Uunmu N. Or.Ua.iiUt A Oo w
luaiirlug prompt dellvm,
BOILED LUCOL ! '
aTs"" This Is a superior Paint Oil. cou.
turning lass pterueut than Linseed Oil, and
rtlving a lasting brllllanoy to colois.
used with drier It gives a splendid floor
gives a splan
T-vm.e. dement, !
PairtiAQk Canning Co.'fiComwd Haul
A AtrrlS I SAINT '.'.
Compounds, Roofing k Papers,
icd'i P.ieni Stetm Ftp counm
I J&rbOHw' DiaaoHi, Etuttet Bter-,
K-i"y arKtia ir Vncuuiu r.i...
I X: i.XvJli,
LslFlU N l.
,Brtiorii ftro lunrance Co.,
Luuduu LABcaihlre Fire Ins. Co.,
Tbauitissnri Mersuy Marine Ins. Co,
Nov York Hie Ins. Co.,
C, 0. BERGER,
General Agent lor Hawaiian Islands,
VYu.. li. irwiu. PretideiH aud Manaxer
OiauB Bpreckela. - - Vice-President
W. M. Gltfard, Hocre tary and Treasurer
Thao C. Porter . . Andltnr
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Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FitANOIBOO. OAL.
DR. O. W. MOORE,
1100 Van Ness Ave., S. F., Cat.
Elegant Apartments for Patients.
BLICTBIOITV Iff KEBVOCB DISSABM.
Dr. Moore oners Invalids all the
comforts of home, with constant and care
ful treatment. Refers to H, It. Macfa.'lane.
HO TEN KEE & CO.,
41 Nuaann Street
Tinsmiths, Plumbing, Etc.
OUOOKEUY and OLABSWABU.
liiililitii Hi' Bazaar.
V fteyuoldh f1.
SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR. .
Pci'ioiliCiils ill Nevsu pcrs
PROMPTLY ATTHNDKD TO.
j 0 1 A 1 IUNIjH. cheap biat'onn y.
Opllciin, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Carefully united to all HI, lit.
I KEMINGTON TYPKWK1TKU
Domestic Skwixg Maouinks
Bole Am nt.
(James, Toys, Dolls,
Diaries 185)0 Diaries
A Nlrc Stock .lwfN Kepi on Hand
to Select f oin HOOKS order. d by
0UirABB KK0M lm m,. .
Klu'es, Cornfts, l'lecoloj. Ukuleles
Biid other Iutrumcnts. Also Violin,
Hanlo and Guitar S'rlnus ii'id Fit
I SEWING MAOHINK NKEDLKS
i for all kinds o' Maclilues.
i - Our Great Drive -
A HAND MACHINE Fon fSXa
Do You Smoke?
If you do, yoa want the bt yo'ir
motley win ruy i nave jut re
i'aWmI a choice invoice of te lliicst
which Ml from 0 rcnti up 'o'0
onts. While many reople prefer
Manila Oignm, I hv fr their
benefit a very choice selection of
all the best known brands of
For thoie who don't smoke clgnrs
bit "hit the pipe," ( have a lino
Htersctuntn and brim Wood Pipes,
Alio Corn Cobs, Et?.,K'c.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
BmoVIugaiid Chewing Tobacco and
tun favorite brands of CiKarettesaro
l-n kept on hand In tact any
thing in the Hi e of smoker's re
quibltes can be found at iIih
H. J. Nolte, Prop.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER "&" CO., L'd.
O. B. DWIGHT
Dots all klmts of Work In
foment & Stone Sidewalks & Coiblog.
He has on hand a larva supply of Chi
nese Granite Curb and al way. kieps Ha
waiian Curbing Stone. Eitluiates given
and lowest prices assured Bell Telephone
AN INNOCENT CRAFT.
Not an Enomy But an Old Acquaint
ance in Distress
Tho Iiir Eleu, with n ch'tnil of thn
Sharpshooters on board, Ii-ft CArly
tliis rnoniiug for a ''irouit of the isl
and iu roaruh of n "mrAtorioun
Bchoonor'' whiuli hail heen roportod I
as having bemi soun "jjointr hithnr 1
and thitlior arouud tho isl.itul of I
Molokaj for Bomo days provious."
Captain Kinir. Miaistor of tho Into- V
rior, was in chargo of tho expedition.
a sinnii cannon unsnipo i a koii aiong
as part of tho Uiu'h war cqniptnent.
About 0:30 o'olork a trim little
craft painted black was sighted olT
Diamond Head by tlio people ou tho
Kleu and her noso was turned thai
way. Tho schooner was flying tho
American lhg. Sho was signaled
and tho tug hovo to near her. Tho
master of tho schooner hailed tho
tug, saying he wanted to bo towed
into port. A lino was passed oul
and tho schooner was brought in
and anchored off Urowor'a wharf.
Tho "mysterious craft" turned out
to bo tho Eealing schooner Jauo
Groy of Sau Franciico ou her way
to Japan. Sho is iu command of
Captain E. W. Fuucke.
Captain Funcko was spoh bv a
1'uLLETiN reporter this morning.
Tho captain had heard from friends
ashore of his schooner having been
suspocled of boing the one expected
hero with men and arms to assist
tho royalists, ami ho was having a
good lough over it.
Captain Funcko reports thai tho
Jane Grey loft Sau Francisco ou Jan.
G for tho sealing ground, Japan. Tho
first ten days out tho schooner met
with a very heavy gale from the south.
Ou Jan. 1-1 and 15 hard blows and
heavy southwesterly gales were. mot,
1 and three of tho boats on deck woro
, smashed. Tb'o vossol sprang a leak
and at ono tiino thero Woro three
feet of wator in her hold. The pumps
i waro set iu motion and thn schooner
was relieved of soruo of her water
ballast. The balance of tho trip
i light anil heavy beau wiuus wero ex
perienced at intervals. Made tho
i island of Hawaii on Jan. 28 and was
' eight days coming from thero to
Honolulu. Ou Saturday last, whilo
the schooner was iu tho channel, a
. heavy blow tamo up unexpectedly,
, carrying away tho main rigging.
This accident happened about twelvo
miles from land. Sho sighted two
or three island steamers and was
picked up by tho tug as stated off
Diamond Head. Tho Jauo Groy
will repair hero aud expects to get
away for Japan ou Thursday morn
ing. Tho schooner carries tho usual
soaling outfit and twenty-four men.
In winding up tho interview Captain
Funcko stated, " You cau say that I
i have a crack gang of hunters, six in
Tho Jauo Groy passed Honolulu
i last year on hor way to tho hunting
grounds. Curtain Funcko wa then
! in command of her. Ho made Houo
. lulu that trip from San Francisco iu
I ton days. Captain Fuucke is well
. acquainted horo. Ho called at tho
I Custom Houso aud filed an outry of
I tho stores, arms and ammunition on
! board his schooner.
WHAT ABE THEY FOR f
Somebody in Ban Francisco with
Diagrams ot Hawaiian Buildings.
Tho following advertisement was
published in tho San Francisco
Chronicle of December 20th: Lost i
Diagram of buildings ou tho Ha
waiian Islands. Hoturu to room 1,
Cth floor, Mills building. i
U. of F. Officers.
Tho following officers of Oahu ,
Lodge No. 1, K. of P., woro installed ,
Saturday evening: "
George Hawkius, C. C.j George i
Dall, V. C; W. M. DUuoy, P.; J. '
Buckley, M. W j William H. John
sou, K. It. S ; Jamos Padgett, M.
A.; Charles Kidder, M. F,; Henry
Smith, H. E.; John MoLahi, O. G.;
William McGregor, I. G.; S. Deck
At Williams' Studio are to bo soon
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for locturo by the set or
J you are oul oj Hill Heads, Letter
HeiuU, elo,, vie can tupply them.
TENTH HEHIE8 OF STOCK.
Prosperity of tho Ploneor Building
and Loan Association.
At tho monthly meeting of tho
Pioneer Building and Loan Associa
tion of Hawaii this evening A. V.
Gear, Secretary, willdjtributo print
ed copies of tho Sfini-Hnuuat state
ment for tho term ending December
It shows receipts of $22.81!) 3.'), in
cluding balance on July 1 of $1031.
2(5, monthly dues of .?lO,G32.fiO anil
loaus repaid $3380. Tho chief item
iu the disbursements is ? 11.800 in
real estate loans. There is $3712.27
of withdrawals, and tho treasurer's
balance is S1211 80.
Thoro aro fiS real estate loans in
force, making an item of $71,050 in
tho schedule of resource, aud 17
stock loans aggregating SOtiOO. The
capital stock amounts to $82,77312,
aud thoro is a reserve fund of
Thus far nine sories of stock lmvo
boon issued iu the six years of tho
Association's existence, the total
number of shares in forco in all
series being 1717.J. The tenth sories
of stock is now open for subscrip
tion. Monthly receipts from inter
est and premiums at the nd of 1891
were$783.C0. On Saturday la;t nt
tho headquarters, Mr. Gear received
ono thousand dollars from the mem
bors. Tho desk of tho secretary in
tho Chamber of Commerco room,
Campboll block, is fitted with a
cashier's wire screen, with nn open
ing for receiving bonks ami money
mid another for returning books
Wui. K. Smiis aud E. W. Peterson,
auditors, repoit that they have care
fully oxnmiut'd tho books of tho
secretary and treasurer, and find tha
semi-annual statement to be correct.
Tho directors of tho Association,
all woll-kuowu jouug aud energetic
meu of business, are as follows: T.
, F. Lansinr, S. B. Kose, A. V. Gear,
, J. H. Fisher, J. J. Locker, G. E.
Boardman, A. W. Keecb, Henry
Smith and J. G. Rothwoll.
Tho Military Commission Takos To
day for TJolibaration.
The court-martial convened at 10
o'clock this morning.
Col. WhitiuL' announced Hint. Mm
Court would bo cleared for deliber
ation until 1:30 p. m. Tho Court
desired to finish tho business already
before them before proceeding with
tho next trial.
Tho Commission had uot conclud
ed with its deliberations at 1:30
o'clock, aud tho court was ordered
cleared until 10 o'clock Tuesday
The Commission has been sitting
in secret sossion all da), tho doors
and windows being closed and guard
ed. John H. Wise, charged with mis
prision of treason, will probably bo
put ou trial to-morrow.
HAVE TAKEN THE OATH.
More People flwoar Allogianco to
The following have taken tho oath
of allogianco iu tho Clerk's oDlco of
tho Judiciary Department. Tho first
eight all took tho oath before Judge
Cooper this afternoon:
W. U. Mason, Hawaiian;
Mosos Kekahio, Hawaiian;
J. Kekahio, Hawaiiau;
F. G. Timas, Portuguese;
Manuel Smith, Portuguese;
Frank Pachau, Portuguese;
Antoiio Machal, Portuguese;
Win. Ikuwa, Hawaiiau;
A. Wiggins, American.
February Term Adjournod Buaineaa
Tho February torm of tho First
Circuit Court oponed this morning,
Judgo Coopor presiding, and ad
journed without doing any business
until noxt Monday.
Judge Coopor nas appointod H.
A. Widemann guardian of Charles,
Olga, Hilda and Minna, minor chil
dren of tho lato C. O. Bergar and
grand-children of tho guardian.