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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 7. 1893.
Citizoua1 Guards who havo not
collected thoir tnout'3' for sorvices
rendered the Government, will call
at tbo Marshal's OIlli'o for saino from
1 to B r. m. FRIDAY and SATUR
DAY this wook.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
in these islands, who was in the dis-
affected province some time ago,
says it was openly advocated there
to cut adrift from the northern part !
of Brazil and form a now republic.
The province is almost inaccessible
to troops from tho north, and can
only bo subjugated by attack from
lw SMS gj Uldin.
Pledged to ntilher Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for U,r lime fit of All.
THURSDAY. FEB. 7. WV6.
Natives in the country are prono
to carry lanterns w lieu they go out
at night. Every moving glimmer
iu the suburbs or mountains is not
necessarily a "signal light."
Iu this issue a teacher takes up a
subject of importance to tho pro
fession. Teachers might tire the
newspaper press more than they do
for discussing educational matters.
Kosldunts of Aula Complain About
tho Now Chinoso Theatre.
The peoplo iu tho vicinity of Aala
complained to tho marshal yester
day evening about the noise and
racket created by Chinese actors iu
the new theatre recently built in tho
rear of where tho old theatre form
erly stood. The diu was something
awful, and the neighbors wore great-,
ly upset. Even tho boarders and
faculty of St. Louis Collego wore
unablo to got any rest. The marshal
finally despatched Deputy Marshal
Brown and a special and the pro
ceedings were stopped at 10:30
The Chinese wore going to have
thoir theatre anyhow, although they
were handicapped by tho demolish
ing of thoir old theatre. Tho new
one h smaller, but is well fitted out
for an Oriental ''shindig."
Tho dwellers in that locality are
very grateful to the marshal for his
prompt attention and quelling of
Elsowhoro will bo found a cure for j
seasickness, which requires taking '
nothing but plenty of breath. Peo-.
plo liable to tho disorder should
read tho article, and try tho euro
when they next go on the water.
When tho water works system is
improved by tho operations now on
foot, theru will be so much reduc-1
tion iu tho risk of lire. It is to bo
hoped tliH underwriters will make a
note of this when the time comes -and
give a shave in rates. i
As stated before, the Bulletin is
fully convinced that no more avail
ing agoncy for procuring annexation
can bo sot on foot than a native Ha
waiian movement with that object.
Such a movement is now well under
way, and details will bo published
later. It is a very important move
ment, in iewof tho fact that many
of tho earliest supporters of tho
revolution of 1893 aro now oponly
talking in favor of au iudepondont
republic as against annexation.
Peru is having its periodical revo
lution and little respect seems to
bo paid to tho lives of foreign resi
dents. Au American railway con
ductor was tho first man killed, nuid
Colonel Pauli, a German subject,
was shot at and arrested in Lima by
Government police Colonel Pauli
was employed as colonel of tho staff
of tho Peruvian army, having been
recommended for tho position by
tho Gorman Govormnont. He was
omployed for tho purpose of put
ting tho army on a better basis.
There may b worso-goverued coun
tries than Peru on tho planot Mars.
Thoro is a now phaso in tho move
ment for uniting Central Amorican
countries. Tho Central American
Federation scheme, which is substi
tuted for tho Central Amorican
Union, allows each country its own
President, the presidents choosing a
President of tho Federation, who
shall livo in a noutral district, and
on retiring givo place in rotation to
all the other presidents, each to have
one vote in tho council of federa
tion. Should it bo accomplished tho
federation would probably go far to
ward preventing revolutions, if tho
fedoral government bo given consti
tutional authority to suppress local
Brazil's rebellion seems to have
becomo a permanent institution of
tho country. Thoro aro 9000 rebels
in Rio Graudo do Sul, who, having
grown tirod of waiting for amnesty,
havo loft tho mountains and show
fight. Arms aro being sout to tho
robels from Rio Janeiro, whonco it
is said tho plot was directed. Gov
ernor Castilho is thought to bo ablo
to resist removal by force, and his
friends say ho will uovor givo up his
post until tho Government at Rio
Janoiro reimburses him for mouoy
bpont and gives him auothor ofijeo
just as good or bettor. A tourist now
UJJ) CHARY JurTINttt- I
Large Bond Filed Minor Mntteis at
John T. Waterhouso, Henry Wa
torhouse and William Waterhouso, '
principals, and Peter C. Jones,
surety, havo filed a bond in JoO.OOO,
conditional on tho propor manage
ment, by tho principals, of the busi
ness of the late John Thomas Water-!
C. A. Bishop of Lihue, Kauai, has
filed a bond iu S1000 as teumurarv
administrator of the estate of Ko
baobi. a dead Japaueso.
Judgo Coopor has grauted tho po- (
titiou of Henry Smith, to be reliev
ed of the guardianship of Fred. Aug.
Wenner, a minor, aud to havo Alf. I
W. Carter appointed in his stead.
Tho retiring guardian's accouuts,
approved by tho Court, show a bal-1
anno of $12901 to next account. i
THE OL1FPEK ALBERT I
Baitlod by Head Wiuds and Calms j
Tho bark Albort.Captaiu Griffiths, '
which generally comes down from
San Francisco in steamboat time,
arrived this morning, 21 days from '
that port. Captain Griffiths was a
very much disgusted man. Head
winds wore experienced all tho way. '
Besides four passongors and a gon
er al cargo tho Albert brought two
well-bred rams for T. H. Davies aud
a cow for William Dimoud. Cap
tain Griffiths did uot bring any lato '
news this trip.
A Secrot of tho Trade.
Ouo evening, being perplexed at
Boeing some Italian image sellers l
coutiuually hawking their trays of j
statuettes on their heads through
tho streets without a human creature .
over appoanngto buy any, tho writer ,
asked ouo of them if ho had oxorcis-1
ed his vocation loug.
"Somo years," replied tho man.
"And did you ever chance to soil
ono of your figures!"
"Only now and thon, sir."
"My good man," said tho reporter, I
"do mo tho favor of telling mo why
you havo been thus walking about I
for years with that load upon your j
head. Is it in obedienco to a vow '
which 3'ou havo tnadot"
"No, sir; cortainly not. It is to l
got my living."
".out you say you only raroly soil
"1 don't often sell anything, it is
true," returned tho man; "but thoro
aro so mauy clumsy pooplo in tho
world that a day seldom passes with
out some oue running against mo
and upsetting my tray. My figures
aro broken, and a crowd collects and
makes tho person pay for them."
The exposure to all Borts and con
ditions of weather that a lumberman
is called upon to onduro iu the
camps ofton produces sovoro colds
which if not promptly choekod, re
sult in congestion or pueumonia.
Mr. J. O. Davenport, ox-manager of
the Fort Bragg Redwood Co., au
immonso institution at Fort Brafrg,
Cal., says thoy sell largo quantities
of Ohamborlain's Cough Remody at
tho company's storo aud that ho has
himself used this romody for a sovero
cold and obtained immodiato relief.
This modicino prevents auy toudonoy
of a cold toward pneumonia aud in
sures a prompt recovery. For sale
by Bouson, Smith Co., Agents for
the Hawaiian Islands.
February 5, S95.
The occasional heavy rains
we are having appears, to the
uninitiated, like a balm (0 the
injured roses and tropical foli
age for which Honolulu was
once famous. You've noticed,
perhaps, the absence of the
rose bug for several weeks
past; they seem to have disap
peared as effectually as the car
goes of some of the mysterious
crafts that enter the port. But
they are simply taking a vaca
tion; if you will dig down into
the soft earth you will find
hundreds of little white worms
which, if these heavy rains do
not kill them, will in a short
time develop into full fledged
rose bugs. Without knowing
positively that the rain will kill
the larvae we would imagine
it would do what nothing else
The Grand Rapids Carpet
Sweeper is as well known as
Pears' Soap. For polished or
covered floors there is nothing
more effective and nothing
easier to handle than one of
these sweepers. We have a
few and we sell them cheap.
If your mangoes are ripen
ing you will want a fruit
picker because it saves your
mangoes from being mashed
when they fall to the ground.
If you sell your fruit you will
save ten times the price of a
picker the first season you use
it. Four, bits if you don't
want a handle; six, if you do.
One of the new lot of Car
riage Whips we have just re
ceived will suit you unless you
require to have it gold mounted,
in that case it will be done for
you at the Coast. Oursarereally
good ones for the money; you
can get one pure whale bone
or imitation as you wish.
The Pasteur Filter seems "to
be a good one, judging from
the quantity of dirt that col
lects on the cylinders as the
water is filtered. We rent them
at a dollar a month (jrsell them
at a fixed price try one of
them for a month or so and if
you like it well enough, buy it.
You will never have a loaf
of heavy bread in your house
if you cut it with a Gauss
Knife. For real genuine use
fulness nothing can compare
with it. Just fancy! For
a dollar we give you a knife
that will cut warm bread, an
other that will cut iced cake
and still another that pares ap
ples or potatoes with the least
proportion of loss of material.
Haviland China leads all
others and we have the stock
from which you may draw
from. Our assortment is made
up ofi all sorts of the very best
and we have arranged the price
to suit your purpose.
The Hawaiian Hudiiw Co, Lti
OrpMtto SfrMfccI Block,
A I flU A TOOTH
is head and shoulders ubovc all other Tooth
AVe sell more of Aloha Powder than all
other Tooth Powders combined.
With Aloha Powder you are sure of a den
tifrice that will effectually whiten the teeth with
out any hurmful effects. It is agreeable and
plea-ant to use. Try it once and you will never
be without it.
Said a customer : "Your Powder seems to
be better than any I havo used. I have never
had any irritation of the gums since using it. I
have my children ufo it alro."
That's the whole stor. It came volun
tarily. A bottle of Aloha Powder will convince
you of the correctness of this customer's opinion.
tcs A Map of the Hawaiian Islands will
he given with each buttle as a premium. This is
a handsome Lithograph Mup, is about 8 by 10
inches in size, and shows clearly all the Islands.
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