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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 5, 1895.
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LOCAL AND QXNEBAJL NKWB
R. W. Lniug has a
uotico in an-
Arthur Wkito was among tho pas
sengers on tho Kinau to-day.
Donuty Marshal Brown
the weatuor with a slight attack
Goorgo Sea has been acting as
clork at tho Police Station during
tho pat two weeks.
L. L. La Fierro suecoods 0. J.
Fishel as District Deputy Grand
Siro of tho Odd Fellows.
Thero are still thirty-three pistols
out of tho number landed on Rabbit
Island unaccounted for.
A. MuTutyro, a do'ortor from tho
British bark Glauivor has boon ap
prehonded by the police.
A uativo and a Japanese were ,
brought to tho Polico Station last ,
night for not having passes.
Tho guards at the Custom Houso
have boon photographed by A. W.
Bolster of tho Aloha Gallory. .
Nouo of tho mon belonging to tho
merchantmen in port aro allowed
to bo abroad after S):30 o'clock.
A large number of bidges roceivod
by tho last steamer have been distri
buted among the Citizens' Guard.
Tho real nauio of tho young man
locked up for conspiracy is not
Horace Crabbe, butlloraco E. Kala
waia. Tho regular monthly meoting of
Goo. W. DoLoug Post, Xo. 45, G. A.
II, will be held Thursday evening
Fort stroot is torn up from tho
water front to Merchant, for tho
of laying tho uow water '
Tho Gormau Consul has filed a
formal protest against tho deporta
tiou of A. E. W. Mueller by tho
Tho couutry botwoeu Honolulu
and Ewa is delightfully fresh look
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this issue which will bo of bouofit to
parties wishing to dispose of post
Views of the Hawaiian Islands
wore cast ou tho screen at a recent
exhibition of tho Camera Club of
yet boon douo
relation calling an olectiou to fill
Charles L. Carter.
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Carnage whips, Clauss broad
knives aud other useful articles aro
mentioned in tho Hawaiian Hard-
-ware Co.'s column to-day.
L. P. Liucolu loaves on tho Clau
dino this afternoon to assume his
now positiou as bookkeeper of tho
Reciprocity Sugar Company.
Reciprocity Sugar Company.
D. Howard Hitchcock tho artist
leavos to-day for Koun aud Kau. Ho
expects to remain away three woeks.
Ho goes ou a sketching tour.
Captain Roed, who is appointed
to the command of the cruisor
Olympia, was hero within tho past
few years as captain of tho Alort.
Thero is a luau at tho Polico Sta
tion twico a week, to which mem
bers of tho ExocutiTo sit down. Tho
innovation is greatly appreciated.
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weok or month. Terms:
:o anu ou
conts per night; $1 aud
Tho Pioneer Building aud Loau
Association passed resolutions last
ovoning on tho doath of Chas. L.
Carter, which appear in auothor
Commissioner of Agriculture
Marsdon has boon busy to-day for
wardiug packages of rare seeds re
cently received from Ceylon to tho
Tho Youug Hawaiiaus'
has not givon up tho idoa
a concert by any means. Rehearsals
will be rosumeu when martial law is
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who have not, received tho money
for their services during tho rovo-
lution can obtain tho same at tho
United Carriage Comoanv's stand.
JJJ.ULL1UUIB Ul LUD UIL1Z.HUH UXUHril
bosiues having superior hacks at-
wavs roadv at tho call of "290." fur
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uisnos uuo uvory ouuua at vno snori -
est notice-good horses and nice car-
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
A project is mootod, as probablo
to bo put into execution this year,
of driving a tunnel into tho sido of
tho Waiauao rango, with tho object
of tapping the artesian stratum. If
successful it will increaso tho valuo
of Ewa sugar stock unormously.
The Cook tourist party returned j
from tho Volcano by tho Kinau this
Androw Brown was around this
morning with his sack in which ho is
asking merchants and others to
throw in a few dollars for tho bene
fit of tho native police who did their
duty so well during tho revolution.
Frank B. McStockr, captain of
the Citizens' Guard, has been pro
sented with a badgo by that body,
in recognition of the ability with
which ho commanded that branch of
tho Government's forces in tho rebel
lion. The bid for tho construction of
tho now boat houso of tho Healani
, Boat Club will probably be awarded
by tho board of management this
evening at a special meoting to bo
hold in tho Chambor of Commerce
Captain Cotton, Captain of Ma
rines Cochrane, Lieutenant Wood
and a number nf other officers of tho
I Philadelphia came ashoro in citizen's
! clothes this morning for tho purposo
of attomling tho trial of tho ox
. G. R. Harrison, practical plauo
anil organ maker and tuuer, cau fur-
, nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian Nows Co. will ro-
i coive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed - lx thnie a dorm
I in factory.
Tho Attorney-General has tiled
a cortiGcato with tho Supremo Court
! declining to present an indictment
against lvato, rsakamura, Tornado
and Okamoto, four Jnpauoso detain
ed in the Lihuo jail ou a chargo of
Romombor the meeting of the
Teachers' Association this oveniug.
Prof. Brown, of tho University of
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I tiomsts ot note will also spoak, anu
there will be some delightful music.
H. G. Biart has removed from
King street to tho store of Chris
Gertz, Fort street. Thero ho will
repair watches and make souvenir
i oi'uuuo mm jutvuiiy ui umu ui'auiiu-
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wouuor & Co. ten
years, ho needs no puffing.
Mr. Stoecklo is doing a rushing
business with Edison's wondors at
tho Elite. Last night tho serpen-!
tino dauco was shown in the kinoto
scope. To-day tho horsoshoeing
sceno is exhibited. Popular songs J
in the voices of famous vocalists aro
heard in tho graphophone.
T? T TMtini f rat!i .C. rtr.lrt
j conducted a press party to Ewa
niautation tnis morninu to soo tuo
new mm. rue party consisteu oik,...,,.
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w-. Coney, Advortisor reporter,
aud D- Logan, oditor Bulletin.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices iu-
! "P1 tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
, at.,N5- Mnsouio Tmnplo; thero you
win nnu wie largest variety in xio
nolulu at tho lowost prices; clocks
and watches sold
on woouiy ana
Brnwn A: Kiihnv
make a specialty of rubbor stamps.
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A. SHOOTINO SOU APE.
John Carroll Sorlously Wounds His
About half-past two this after
noon Mrs. Wilder telephoned to tho
Polico fetation irotn her resideuco at
Pensacola street, to tho effect that
there had been a shooting scrape iu
rou, wuo was luriuuny a urumiuer
in tho army, but now claims to bo a
member of tho mounted patrol, had
shot his brother-in-law. Tho shoot
ing took placo in house opposite
that occupied by Carroll, where a
number of uativos had boon carous
ing sinco yesterday. Carroll claims
that ho shot iu solf-defonso and iu
this ho is borno out by his wife.
Three shots wero fired from a pistol,
only ono ot which took effect.
Tho wounded man was tauou to
tho hospital whore Dr. Wood found
that tho ball had entered behind
me leu snouiuor anu passeu arouuu
! the surface to tho front of tho breast
! bone. Tho wound is not sorious
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auu boo mau win uo an r"L mram
800Di c tnin Scott br0lht inBtha
ownorof 'tho house, Carroll's wife
aud two others a8 wtnosses.
I I a S0 oditorial tho Salom,
Orogon, Independent says: ''Time
and aorain havo we seen Chamber-
Iain's Cough Romody tried and never
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H1IIIV kV IIHMHVMr YVII M4I Ift lltirMIIII
suits. Whenovor wo boo a person
afllictod with horseness, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably adviso thorn
to got Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy; and when thoy do, they never
regret it. It always does tho work,
aud does it well." For salo by Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
CHARLES L. CARTER.
Resolution! ot the Pioneer Building
and Loan Association.
At the regular monthly mooting of
tho Pioneer Building and Loan Asso
ciation, of Hawaii, hold at their of
fico on tho dato mentioned, the fol
lowing preamblo and resolutions
wero unanimously adopted:
Whereas, In view of tho loss wo
liavo sustained by tho decease of our
friond and associate, Charles L. Car
ter, and of tho still hoavier loss bus- '
tained by those who wero nearest '
and dearest to him; and
Whereas, This association has lost
a faithful and efficient officer, who
zoalously guarded it) interests, and
through whoso advico it has attainod
its present promiueuco nud success;
therefore, be it
llcsohed, That it is but a just trib
ute to tho memory of thodopartcd.
to say that in regretting his removal
from our midst, wo mourn. for ono
who was, in ovory way, worthy of
our respect and regard
lictolved, That wo sincerely con-,
dole with the friends of tliodeceasod
in their hours of trial and afllictiou, '
aud commend them to tho keeping
of Him who looks with pitying eyo
upon the widowed and the father
less; llesolved, That theso resolutions bo ,
spread upou tho records of this asso-1
ciation, and a copy thoreof bo trans-
mitted to tho family of our deceased !
friond aud associate, and to tho ,
Daily Advortisor, Daily Bulletin, I
Hawaiiau Star, aud Kuokoa news
papers. A. V. Gear, '
Honolulu, U. I., Fob. 4, 1895. j
Upon tho petition of W. W. Hall, '
Judge Cooper granted this morning ,
temporary letters of administration
' to C. H. Bishop ot Lihue, Kauai, ou
tho estate of Kobachi, a Japanoso i
storekeeper of that placo who died
recently in this city. A bond of
$1000 was required. It was also
ordored that notico bo given to tho
creditors aud others having claims
against tho estato to show cause on
1 a dato to bo advertised why said
appointment should not be made
I Continuing for ONE WEEK. WC
hold the LAIIGEST ltKM-
SAJiK Ot thO SEASON.
At the prices wo aro asking
every piece will be sold. Read
what follows and kindly bear
it in mind.
Goes far toward establish-
iiwr flm otmiflinrr nf n lillBilinaci
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nousu in any community, ana
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we have had during tho last
forty years indicate, not only
th.it we have the popular
approval, but. that those
who have dealt with us have '
been eminently satisfied with
And retain patronage moro
.,rv unrni.'S thnn hv
terous claims of selling goods
bi'low cost, etc.
As wo have said before that
when you pay. less for goods
than we aBk for them you get
an inferior quality. ,
Carry a stock of dry goods
that is complete in every
sense, from the lowest priced
! Cfoods to the most luxurious
made, wo make a specialty of
tho highest grade, and exclu
sive designs ot the most ro-
cent and accepted styles.
Worth your while always
in making purchases to look
at our stock before deciding.
If wc havo what you want
you will certainly buy it, if
quality and price are any con
sideration. B. F. EIILBliS & CO.
When tho rays of Old Sol are boiling down at a ninety de
gree rate, the air liko tlto breath of u furnace aud everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural desiro of tho average human is
to drink. But, what to drink? There's tho question.
Tho serious effect of an over-indulgence in ico water is well
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gassy bovcrages aro known
to bo nioro or less injurious to the health, while the mineral
waters of known purity and hcalthfulncss aro a luxury beyond
the reach of hut few. What shall no drink?
A bovcrago to meet tho rcquiicnicntH, must, first of all, bo
absolutely puro ami non-alcoholic. It should possess a medi
cinal clement to counteract tho ollecls of tho heal and keep the
blood pure and tho stomach healthful. In order to be palat
nblo and refreshing, it should bo sparkling and eH'orvescent.
Last but not least, it must bo economical and within tho reach
of all. A boverago that fully meets all of tho above require
ments and one that is entitled to more than paining mention is
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lysed by tho highest authorities unil pronounced by them to bo
free from any deleterious substance aud absolutely non-alcoholic ;
while all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appetizing flavor, is full of snap, sp.trklo and
effervescence, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will make five gallons of
this great temperance drink. Truly it answers thu question
What shall wo drink? There aro many substitutes and imita
tions ot HIKES' KOOT 1JEEK offered for salo which should bo
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drinking it winter and summer. My brother and myself are
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Koot Uecr.
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