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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 4, 1895.
LOO AX AND (JENKBA1.
A tidal wave did some damago
Maliko gulcb, Maui.
The oQlcora of tho Gorman Bene
volent Society appear in to-day's is
sue The Marshal is still engaged pay
ing off members of the Citizens'
Guard and specials.
Tho Fobruary number of tho
Paradise of tho Pacific will bo issued
A Japaneso belonging to tho
schoouor Norma is hold by the
authorities for investigation.
James Lino, ono of the rebel
prisoners at, tho Asylum, has becomo
quiet and his health is improving.
Captain Cutler of the barkonlino
Klikitat has applied to tho polico to
have two deserting sailors caught.
U. S. Consul-General Mills was re
ceived with tho usual saluto on
board tho U. S. S. Philadelphia this
A bakiug powder advortisomout ,
iu a Coast paper begins with the
words, "Uawaii as a republic is '
A native was found dead at Ulu
palakua, Maui, and investigation
showed tin had been celebrating Chi
noso now year to excess. ,
Mrs. Charles Tumor (Aunis Mon-
taguo), tho Hawaiian songstress '
whoso husband diod lately, is teach
ing vocal music iu Sydney.
The passport of Captain F. D.
Walker was stopped on Saturday by
tho Marshal. Mr. Walker intended
leaving on tho S. S. Warrimoo.
Bogiuniug on Saturday uoxt, B. F.
Ehlora & Co. are going to hold a
week's salo of remnants Seo what
they ay iu tho "Ladies' Column."
A ncal little olliuo is boing fitted
up on tho Fort street side of tho
Custom IIouso for Geo. C. Strato
moyer, storekeeper iu tho Customs
Mons. Vorloyo, French Commis
sioner, visitod the U. S. F. S. Phila
delphia at IU o'clock this morning,
and was received with tho usual ofli-'
Tnilurinn. n nnlri water liaint. for
which Win. Q. Irwin & Co.. Ld.. aro '
tho agents, must bo a great thing '
for house ownors. Seo what is said I
of it olsewhore.
Senhor A. do S. Canavarro, Portu
guese Chargo d' Affaires, mado an
official call on Admiral Beardsloo on
board tho U. S. S. Philadelphia this
aftornoon. A saluto was fired.
An engrossed copy of tho names
of tho officers aud membors of tho
Hoalani Yacht and Boat Club Asso
ciation has been placed on oxhibi
. tion iu tho Pacific Hardwaro Co.'s
Robort Atkinson, a son of tho In-spoctor-Gonornl
of schools, is now t
omployed in tho Government Stir- i
voy, in placo of Chris. Willis, who
neglected to tako tho oath of alle
giance Arthur White, whoso trial for '
shooting Woo'ds, tho baseball pitch
er, was uoforrod on account of his
certiGod physical inability to appear,
is supposed to have skipped to the ;
Coast from Maui. ;
All tho tutor-island steamers bo
longing to tho two local companies i
aro engaged bringing sugar in from '
tho other islands. The Lohua has
boon placed on the route of tho '
Kihalani, recontly lost. ,
Tho dead body of John Lilikoi.
ono of tho robel leaders, was found
on Mount Tantalus by P. H. Bur
netto yesterday. It was in au ad
vanced stage of decomposition aud
will bo buried on tho spot.
Charles Gray, clerk at tho Union
Feed Co.'s storo, will bo married to
Miss Chapin on Friday next. Tho
couplo will leavo on tho stoamor Ki
nau in the aftornoon to spend their
honeymoon at tho Volcano.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides haviug superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fiuo livery outfits at tho short
est notico good horses and nico car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
f guaranteed to lie the same as done
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spoot tho stook of Brown k Kuboy,
at No. '1. Masouio Temploj thero you
will find the largest varioty in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest pricos; elocks
and watches sold on weekly aud
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
Tho Woman's Board of Missions
wm meet to-morrow ixuesaay) at
the Central Union Church at 2:30 p.
m. A paper will bo road by Mrs. U.
Thompson, on missions in Siam and
Laos. Miss Dudley, a returned mis
sionary from Japan, will also bo pre
sent. II. G. Biart has removed from
King street to tho storo of Chris
Gortz, Fort streot. Thoro ho will
repair watchos and mako souvenir
spoons aud jewelry of ovory descrip
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wonnor ft Co. ton
years, he needs no pulling.
Tho father of M. L. Pluukett died
recently iu London, leaving an ostate I
of 00,000 sterling (so states a lato I
English paper) to bo inherited by 1
his five children. Mr. Piuukett is j
pleasantly rotnombored as the man
agor of tho Misses Albu, when they
f gavo thoir delightful concorts hero
a uag containing signal nguts was
brought to tho Polico Station yes
terday oveuing by a Portuguese. Ho
ststod that tho lights belonged to
threo other Portuguese. On this in
formation Joe Viorra, Mauuol Pas
so and J. An tone Faria nro hold for
investigation. No charge has been
made against them.
MICHIGAN'S YOUNQ EDITOR.
Ho la Only 13 Years Old and Pub- i
llshos a Bright Paper.
A Kalamazoo paper is responsible
for tho following narrative: Tho
Marcellus Rocord is a newsy little
sheot publishod weekly by Clydo
Clemens, aged 13. The first edition
was issued March 1, 1891. Master
Clemens at that time started with a
partner iu tho business, Carl Benton,
aged llj who sold out his interest in
tho business to Master Clemens re
cently. Tho young editor has a
room fitted up iu his father's house
for an oilico and the outfit for priut-
inr nnnaiaio rf n lnvifit ti tin o I il
whore tho typo is sot aud iukod, and !
a hand roller is usod for printing ,
Tho Record is out early Satur
days. Many copies are Hold on tho
streets in addition to tho numbers
which are sont through tho post
oQico to regular subscribers. In
addition to tho duties of an editor,
this young prodigy attends school
regularly, besides doiusr all tho odd
jobs that usually fall to lads of his
Ho is tho vouuKost child of Mr.
and Mrs. George Clemens, and the
youngest of four brothers. Ho has
a bright, open couutonanco and a
FALSE REPOR ?.
Bootless Search for a Body Reported
Lying in Fauoa Valloy. :
A Portuguese reported to tho
Polico Statiou this morning that ho ,
had scon a dead body in Pauoa Val
loy. He gavo tho location of the
body and departed. Two uativo
specials were despatched to tho
place iudicatod. They scoured tho
valloy from one ond to tho othor,
but nothing liko a doad body was
soon. Tho men returned lato this
afternoon. Tt will go hard with tho
informer if ho is seen around tho
Ministers Visit tho Flagship.
Ministers Hatch, Damon aud
Smith wore taken on boird'tho U.
S. F. S. Philadelphia at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon. Tho party stayod
on board about (if toon minutes. On
leaving the Hawaiian ensign, was
run up to the foro and a salute of
twenty-one guns was fired from tho
Philauelphias battery. Thero was
quite a crowd ou tho city frout
wntching tho saluto.
' Bnildiog and Loin Association.
rpHE ItEGULAlt MONTHLY MEET
JL Ing will 1)0 held nt the Clmuihcr (if
Commerce on MONDAY EVENING, Fob.
i. 18'J5. nt (1:30 o'clock.
raymonts are ruiuirca In uold.
A. V. UKAU,
BY A JAPANE8E MAN AND WIFE,
cood cooks and understand how to
handle sewing machine, willing to make
themselves generally useful. Also man for
store, who li bright and intelligent, can
read and writo English. Address
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Subjects chaniied dally at Hurt
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hours : 0 a. h. to 0 r. m. 125J.II
of every descrip
tion done bv tho
IIuu.ktin Puiimsiiiko Co. hi). First class
Commercial Work a Specialty. Estimates
given. Orders promptly executod.
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It is u dry powder which can bo
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It is VERY WHITE, extremely ro
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It will last for year, and is tin
affected by gases.
One co.it covers better than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surface iind
for ,,n , classes of
work, even for the
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not set in the mixing vessel,
iu fact it improves by standing a few
It can bo used to good advantage
over old whitewash without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied iu barrels from 300
to 400 lbs., also in boxes of 100, CO
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Agents for ttie Hawaiian Islands
Tho monthly mrotlnK of tho HONOLULU
TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION will
bo hold In tho
Y. M. C. A. Hall
TUESDAY NEXT, at 7 P. M,
All Address will be dullvored by
E. L. BROWN, Ph. D.
Short addresses will bo dollvurcd by
A.T ATKINSON, V. It. Q. S .
Inspector-General of Schools.
During the ovenlng Musical Selections will
be rendered by
MISSES OAHIlir. CASTLE,
Members of tho Association, and those
Interested In education aro invited to at
tend. J. LIGHTFOOT,
THE UNDERSIGNED Ol'FEItS A
roward of $250 to any ono giving in
formation that will lead to the conviction
of tho person who utole a Diamond King
from his promises on Thursday last.
1212-tf MILLAKD F. GUANDALL.
When tho rays of Old Sol arc boiling down at n ninety de
gree rale, the air liko the breath of a furnace und everything
hot, dry and dusty, the natural desiro of the avonigo human is
to drink. But, what to drink? Thero's the question.
The serious effect of an over-indulgcnco in ico water is well
known, Tho thousand and one cheap gassy beverages aro known
to bo more or less injurious to the health, whilo the mineral
waters of known purity and hcalthfulncss aro a luxury beyond
tho reach of but few. What shall wo drink?
A beverage to meet tho rcquiicmcnts, must, first of all, bo
absolutely puro and non-alcoholic. It should possess a medi
cinal element to counteract the cll'cots of tho heat and keep the
blood pure und tho stomach healthful. In order to be paint
ublo and refreshing, it should bo sparkling and eirervescciit.
Last but not least, it liiust bo economical and within tho reach
of all. A beverage that fully meets all of the above require
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HIRES' ROOT UEER, manufactured by tho Ciias. E. Hikes
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lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by them to bo
free from any deleterious substance and absolutely non-alcoholic ;
while all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appetizing flavor, is full of snap, sparklo and
effervescence, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will mako the gallons of
this great temperance drink. Truly it answers the question
What shall we drink? Thcro are many substitutes and imita
tions ol HIRES' ROOT DEER offered for salo which should bo
"We have used your Root Recr for over a year and find it
delicious iiiul healthful. Wo would not liko to bo without it a
single day. Wo find it is helping all of us. Miih. F. H. Ci.AltK,
7:?.") Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"We have used over ono hundred bottles of your Root Beer,
drinking it winter and summer. My brother and myself aro
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Recr.
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