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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 6, 1805.
A pair of work horaos is wanted.
The local football team will begin
active praotico this afternoon. i
N. S. Sachs offers a variety of
vory attractive new and seasonable (
Arch. QilGllan, assistant port sur-1
voyor, found G3 tins of opium on the
Minister Damon made an early i
call on Admiral Buardsleo this j
morning, but unofficially.
J. K. Lilikoi, Keraa Kekipi. and
Hoopil Kalilaa wore arrested last
night for treason.
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
Loilani boat club at the Hotel at
7:30 this evening.
Lilikoi, a rebel supposed to havo
been liillocl, was arreslou by (Japtaiu
It is reported (hat a Malay did a '
Japauoso to doath at Pahala, Hawaii, i
with some rudo weapon.
Two Ohinoso and one Japauoso
were brought to tho Station last
night for being abroad without
Owing to the existenco of martial
law, the ontortahitnnnt to bo given
by C. J. Whitney and others Satur
day evening will begin at 7 o'clock.
John S. Walker, Thomas Rawlins
and Harry bwinton uavo been re
leasod from prison on thoir own
recognizances to appear when called.
Arthur While was arrested yester
day shortly after his arrival by the
steamer Kiuau, on tho Marshal's or
der, charged with misprision of trea
son. Thoro will bo throe baseball jclubs
to contest in tho coming baseball
season. The Karnohamoua School
will probably not enter a team this
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
What Shall We Drink?
Says She Knew Nothing Aboat the
Rebellion lays the RIama
DAY, February 9th, and
continuing for onk week, wc
j will hold the JiAiuiEST jikm-
NANT SALK of the SKASOX.
A t the prices wo are asking
J every piece will be sold. Read
! what follows and kindly bear
i it in mind.
1 POPULAR APPROVAL
Goes far toward establish-
ing the standing of a business
houstt in any community, and
the good-will and patronage
, we have had during tho last
forty years indicate, not only
tlwt we have the popular
approval, but that those
who have dealt with us have
The authorities granted Senior
Captain Farkor an interview with
Mrs. Liliuokalani Dominis yesterday,
prior to tho opouiuir of tho morn-
Imr iniilnn nt Mm flniir mirl 10I n( l " llu "VL Ul.il. L Willi no
tho request of that official. An or- been eminently satisfied with
dor had been made that besides Faul their transactions.
Neumann, hor counsel, and Chas. B. lim . mmn t nm
Wilson, hor agent, none should bo WJ!j AlllCAOl
allowed to seo tho ex Quoen. The And retain patronage more
object or Captain Parkor's visit was .. ... . ;., .?,... . , .
to gain from her a confession of hor by the E.VCttLLKXOK OF QUALI-
complicity and how far sho had boen TIES MIOWII and our 11KASOX-
r . . .
, connected witu tho lato unsuccess
ful attempt to overthrow tho Repub
lic of Hawaii.
Captain Farkor arrived at tho
Executive building at 8 o'clock and
was admitted to tho room allotted
, to tho prisouor, where sho is attend
ed by Mrs. C. li. Wilson. Tho cap
tain stated tho object of his mission
was to havo a conforenco with hor.
Mrs. Dominis said sho was quite will
ing to hear him and aakod if it might
not bo proper that her companion
, retire during tho interview. Cap
tain Farkor replied that it was un
necessary aud Mrs. Wilson could re-
aiilk riticES than by prepos
terous claims of selling goods
bidow cost, etc.
As wo have said before that
when you pay less for goods
than we ask for them yon get
an inferior quality.
Ca-ry a stock of dry goods
that is completo in every
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day, , main. Tho captain then stated that sense, from the lowest priced
week or month. Terms: 25 aud 50 ho required from Iwt a full conies- goods to the inofct luxurious
conin vr night: $1 and l.2. per sion of her kuowledgo and what part j , ,.
week. - p .i, took in tho lato ri.iiion. ' n made, we make a specialty ot
Tho kiuotoscopo is Ui.-..;no. crowds
to see its comical actiug pnoiu
graphs. It is sot up, along with
two graphophones, in the Elite ico
M. Houghtailing and Louis Rich,
Hawaiians; Faul A. Moshor, Ameri
can, aud J. S. Matos, Portuguese,
took tho oath of allegiauco to the
Co. B, X. G. H., has passod a reso
lution in favor of dismissing all Gov
ernment omployoos who did not
come to tho aid of tho Republic
when it was tbreatoued.
endeavored to impress upon her the the highest grade, Olid excltl-
anecj&u1 m ch,a 'roceedinf a8 il ! Hvo designs of the most re
auetioa m liberty of a great num-1 . -P , , . ,
bor of hor foruibf nia?,B Theso cent am" a' CC'ptod styles,
people wero iu prison and au r- - ' irp t
avowal from hor might gain for j ', ,
' them thoir immediate release. She1 Yortn J'Olir wim, . i-.v
would only havo to appear boforo in making purchases to look
tho Military Commission and plead t todk , foro doW,
guilty to tho chargo preferred " . , , .
against her aud tho prison doors If WO have what you want
would be thrown open, aud those you Will CCl'tatlily buy it, if
loyal to her would go homo as froo mmijtv m& ,)rico nre any COn-
poopio. 1 no senior capwtiu lauurou v. '.
When the rays of Old Sol nio boiling down tit n ninety dc
greo rale, tho nir like tho breath of u furnuco and everything
hot, dry and dusty, the natural dcslro of the uvcrngo human is
to drink. But, what to drink? There's the question.
Tho serious effect of an over-indulgence iu ice water is well
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gassy beverages arc known
to lie more or less injurious to the health, while the mineral
waters of known purity and hoallhfulncss are a luxury beyond
the reach of hut few. What shall we drink?
A beverage to meet tho rcqutiemenls, must, first of all, bo
absolutely puro and non-nlcoholic. Il should possess a medi
cinal clement to counteract tho effects of tho heat and keep tho
Mood pure and tho stomach healthful. In order to bo palat
able and refreshing, it should bo sparkling and oliervcscont.
Last but not least, it must bo economical and within the reach
of all. A beverage that fully meets all of tho above require
ments and one that is entitled to more than iaahig mention is
HIKES' KOOTHEER, manufactured by tho Ciiah. E. llincq
& Co , of Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by the 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 tlavor, is full of snap, sparkle and
ellervcsrence, anil is without a peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will make five gallons of
this great temperance drink. Truly it answers the question
What shall wo drink? There are many substitutes and imita
tions ot HIKES' ROOT UEEK oirered for sale which should be
"We have used your Koot Deer for over u year and find it
dwlicious mid healthful. We would not like to bo without it a
single day. We find it is helping all of us. Mkh. V. H. Ci.auk,
7:15 Chester St., Oakland, Cab, U. S. A."
"Wo have used over one hundred bo'ttlcs of your Koot Deer,
drinking it winter aud summer. My brother and myself are
total abstaiuurc, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Deer.
Miciiaki. Kkm.v, 1( Water St., Walthain, Mass.'U. S. A."
An amended notice to tho saloons
by tho Marshal allows all kinds of
liquors to bo sold belweon six and
six daytime, but nothing to bo taken
away excepting beer, alo and stout.
Unitod Carriage Compauy's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways roady at tho call of "200," fur
nishes fine livery outfits at the 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 Drompt attention. All work
guaranteed to b tho bbidh
Chief Justice Judd aud Associato
Justice Bickerton of the Supremo
Court, with Judgo Cooper of tho
Circuit Court, paid an official visit
to tho Fhiladolphia this morning at
10:30 aud wore accorded tho usual
saluto on their departure.
II. G. Blart has removed from
King street to tho store of Chris
Gortz, Fort street. Thoro he will
repair watches aud mako souvenir
with tho ox-royal lady for ono hour
Mrs. Dominis replied that she was
not guilty of treason. Sho pleaded
iuuoconco of tho whole proceedings
aud laid tho outiro blame for the up
rising upon Samuel Nowlein. It
was he who had planned tho whole
affair and had douo so without con
sulting hor iu auy way whatever.
During tho intorviow Mrs. Dominis
became quite oxcitod aud told Cap
taiu Farkor that tho authorities had
.informed hor that no one but Faul
Neumanu and C. B. Wilson was
allowed to spoak to hor on those
The senior captain rotircd at 0
o'clock aud Mrs, Dominis made pre-
iiaratious for appearing boforo tho
Military Commifsion to answer to a
rinnc i charge of misprision of treasou.
During tho aftornoou Captain
Farkor bad an interview witu (J. li.
Wilson. Mr. Wilson agreed with
the captain and said ho would see
Mr. Neumauu and would ondoavor
to obtain a complete statemeut from
Mrs. Dominis. Tho captain was
quito couiidout yesterday evening
that ho would gai his point ultimately.
B. P. EULBRS & CO.
IIodrox Ditua Company Wholesale urugywi
Bensox, Smith & Company
HoLLiSTEit Ditua Company, Ltd. . . .
Lewis & Company Grocers
Do You Smoke?
It you do, vou wont tho liet your
mwiicy will tuy I have Jam re
relvnl u uliolco fnvolof! of t'e finest
Tililcli K-ll from 0 cents up oV5
cants. Whllo ninny people prefer
Manila Cigars, I liive for their
bene lit n vry cliolco seltcl'on ot
all tho best known brands of
Kor tlio8i who don't siuoku clours,
b.it "hit tho pipe," I havo a lino
Mtencbniii and briar Wocd Pipes,
Al Corn Cobs, Ktc, K'c.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
from nil tho Celebrated
Factories In the United
thi favorite brandsofeinsretteanro
alio kept on hand In lact any
thing In tho Hie of smoker's re
iiii'dIk's can bo found at ihe
Tho oxposuro to all sorts and con
ditions of weathor that a lumberman
is called urou to euduro in the
spoons and jowelry of every dosorip- camps often produces severe colds
tton. Having been the practical which if not promptly checkod, ro
watchmaker for Wounor & Co. ton suit iu congostiou or pneumonia,
years, he noods no pulling. Mr. J. O. Davouport, ex-niauagor of
the Fort Bragg Hedwood Co., au
If you want to buy a really good immonso institution at Fort Brajjg,
clock or watch at Coast prices in-, Cal.. savs thov sell lartro ouautitios
spoct tho stock of Brown k Kuboy, of Chamberlain's Cough Komedy at uriiirnnn rnA UUV DAD PHCU1
at No. -l.Masouio Temple; thoro you the company's storo and that ho hits iKfuUljlJ IU OUI fUu llAon 1
will find tho largest varioty in ho- himself used this remedy for a severe
nolulu at tho lowest pricos; clocks cold and obtained immediato roliof.
and watches sold on weekly aud This medicine prevents any tendency
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy t of a cold toward pneumonia and in
make a specialty of rubber stamps. , auros a prompt recovery. For salo
by Benson, Smith Co., Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islanus.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HCOXjXalSTBie, Sx oo.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
p. O. HOX 8t-
-MUIUAL TELE. 407
J. Nome, Prop. ViSl-lt
. Recommoudatlon From Ios An
geles. 032 Castolar St., Los Anoeles, Cal.
-After having suffered for a long
timo from acute rheumatism without
TY A JAPANE8E MAN AND WIFE,
ood cooks and understand how to
Chambor- htwidlo seeing machine, willing to make
outaiuinc ronoi, l usou unamuor-.;"' , 'k . . ........b ....
l i .. TnT.. Tilln nml nlmnal im. t ifinse ves Kenerally useful. Also mau for
lam's Pain Balm and was almost im- Btorej wl0 ja ,)rlgljt aml llteluBent( ca
mouinioiy ronoou. j. niyuij lotuui
mend this as tho best mediciuo
known. D. M. Hamilton. For salo
by Boiison, Smith & Co., Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
read and write Enullsh. Address
liUw "P. O. HOX m"
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The Daily Bulletin, 50 cents
tnonlft, delivered by carriers.
tTMlK UKDER8IGNED WILL NOT HE
JL responsible for any debts contracted
In lila name without his written authority.
ll&Mt ROUT. LAINO.
tacbarfStd Hawaiian Stamps : ;
'.'o. Drown, '.'a Roje, Sc. Dark Blue. 1
10c. Illack, lOo. Drown, 10c. Red.
R!o. Dlack, 15c, 18o , '25c., bOc. and f I. I
, Surcharged P, G. Stamps:
lc. Pnrplo, lc. Ulue, 10o., 25c.
12c. Mauve, Red and Ulack Surcharge,
tw Parties wlslilng to dispose of any
of abovo Btuuins, jileoso state quality with
Lowest Cash Price to
' J. M. McOHKSNEY,
at M. W. McChesuey .t Sons', Queen st.
O. A. R. MEETING NOTICE. ""
rpUE REGULAR .MEETING OF f
1. (Ieorob W. DbLo.no Post, No. 45, H
(J. A. It., will bo held at Harmony Hull, -T-
Klnii street, on THURSDAY BVKSJKU,
Feb. 7, li'J5, at 7 :30 o'clock. Visiting com
rades aro Invited to attend. R!M 3t
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
0. N. WILCOX President.
. J. F. HAOKFELD Vice-President
E. BUHR Secretary and Treasurer.
OUR NEW WORKS AT KALIHI being complotod, wo aro now roady
to Furnish all kinds of
ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacific Guuno, Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Nitrutu of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
fiopclal attention Klven to Analysis of Soils by onr AKriciiltural Chemist.
All uoous are !"aranicuu m every respect.
tT For further particulars apply to
Paciflo Guano & Fertilizer Co.,
'iOC-lm DR. V. AVERDAM, ManaRer.