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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 7, 1895,
LOCAL AWD OXHXBAX. lfXWS.
Thero was a fine halo around tho
THE CITIZENS' GUARD.
moon last night.
Goo. W. Do Long Post, G. A. R., I
will moot this ovouiug.
S. S. Mariposa is duo from tho
Colonies for San Francisco.
Deputy Marshal Arthur1 Brown is
out again after a fow days' illness.
W. S. Luce has a notico in this
papor for tho benefit of his custom
Plan of Reorganization Submitted to
Thoro was a mooting of tho hoard
of officers of the Citizons' Guard at
tho Chamber of Commorco room
last night. F. B. McStocker, captain
of tho guard, prositlcd.
T. l. Lansing reported that sub
'IN. New Goods! -:- New Goods!
DAY, February 9th, and
continuing for one "week wc
scrintion lists had been supplied to ! will hold the LARGEST 11 KM-
tno sorgoanls for tuo Uartor me
Captain McStocker reported com
JUST OPENED AT
Tho editor of tho Star has run up P,nuu.8 OI memoeis ai not naving ro-
misprision -olvou l"y Iur luor uurvicus. nuuy
against the Council lor
of leaking state secrets.
Marshal Hitchcock in tlm papor
tolls members of Citizens' Guard
when to call for tboir pay.
NANT SALE Ot tllO SEASON'.
At the prices we are asking
every piece will he sold. Read
what follows and kindly bear
it in mind.
1ST. S. SACHS'
5SO Fort St ,
woro mostly Government employees
nn Rmall rmv. and in tin ennnnntinn
ho produced a lotter of complaint I POPULAR APPROVAL
from a band musician. Com- -. , . i..,j . i.i.i! i
nlnlnnriL hiul in rnnr.. for .lntv in OOCS far tOWBl'd CStabllsl
tho band if called, yet stood guard ing the standing of a business
tnrougu tno nigui
nnil 'I'. I'. I.nnsinrr
having tho man paid, and tho last- , we have had during the last
a indicate, not only
have the popular
i as tho Government had paid a por-1 APPROVAL, but that those
' linn nf 4linP!t!-mn J flunwl St.unann -1 , f ,. .1 1
"""' iuoiuiua uuuni,in.i.ouU i wnn niivn fieri, r. wirn lis nnvo
Wfl1 thmig.ht A ?mn l!mo' " house in any community, and
ill am O Brion, B. F. Dill ncham i .1 , r , ,"
T. F. Lansing woro in favor of , the good-will and patronage
i ar-1 named moved a resolution that carrl-1 forty vent'
3Sti. led unanimously, giving it as tho .. J ,
K0J seuso of tho mooting that, inasmuch ' U1,,L MU J
Arthur Whito wa ro-arrosted yes
torday afternoon and refused bail. ;
Ho is charged with misprision of
ilu, lu i', uuu muii ., ..i.. "uu v....0
A native named Uaponum was ar
rested vestordav ovoninc for invest!
gation. Ho will probably bo chargod
There wore sovoutoon arrosts mado ,. m, rji,f i,nt it aL.ill rmv
last night of peoplo being abroad I aj
without pajsos. Thoy are alt Japa- Captain McStockor submitted tho ,
noso aud Chiueso i outHno of a plau of reorganization
An Annexation Loiguo of native as follows: t
Hawaiian memborshii) is boiuc or-. Th.oro B Koul(1 bo. ? dY,8,0.n. 9om i
ganizod in Honolulu and will havo , manuer Ui0 captain snouiu navo t j tj EX0KLLKK0K ov QUALI
V. u. 11 1.. ii ' Dowor to nnnoint throe ordorlv sor- i J "'xi'A"iwu vi c"'
uuuo. lucuuKut iu. Kruu,,. g0auts-ouo to look after the" arms TIES shown and our REASOX-
About 52000 has boon collootod by and ammunition, one to havo charge J AHLE 1MUOES than by pi'epos-
Androw Brown for distribution of tho commissary departmont, tho i f,irnlia :ma nP cllmn- n-nnAu
among tho native police who took third to act as clerk of the battalion, i J01,0118 tlaims Ol Selling goods
part in suppressing tho insurrection, j who would keep a record of tho
... , , - , , members and note tho movomonts
Mochauics Homo, corner Hotel 0 u,0 squads,
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day. There should bo a lieutenant of
weok or mouth. Terms: 2u aud CO I oacl division. Ho would havo chargo
couts per night; $1 aud $1.2.. per ' 0f a certaiu district and all orders
wook. , should pass through him to proven t
An adiourned annual meotine of confusion. Each lieutenant to havo
Each squad would bo composed
been eminently satisfied with
And retain patronage more '
tho Honolulu Sailors' Homo Socioty
will bo held at tho Chamber of Com
morco of Saturday morning at 10
Junius Kaae aud Mrs. Kaae were
placed under arrest by W. H. Rico
under orders from tho Marshal at
8:lf o'clock this morning. Thoy aro
charged with treason.
Tho monthly business mooting of
the Young Men's Christian Associ
ation will bo hold to-night at 7:30
o'clock. Bids for tho new gym
nasium will bo discussod.
According to a report in tho Chro
nicle, Adolph Sprockets has takon
his stud of raco horses off tho Bay
District track, on account of a fall
ing out with tho California Jockey
Tho native who was shot by John
Carroll during a carousal tho other
day is improving steadily, and he is
considered to bo out of daugor.
Carroll is held awaiting his ultimato
Jamos MoKay, Thomas Hender
son, James W. Wilkinson, aud John
Gilbortsou, British, Wm, G. Stahlo,
American, and John Galbraith, Ha
waiian, havo taken tho oath to tho
United Carriago Company's stand,
bosidos having superior hacks al
ways roady at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fiuo livery outfits at tho short
est notico good horses and nice 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
ffuaranteed to be the same a done
Of the apprentice boys who went
on the stcaiuor Kinau but two havo
stuck to their work. Thoy are W.
Sumner and Vincont Fernandez.
Although they havo rough oxperi
ouco3 thoy are detormiuocl to learn
tho routine of tho business.
H. G. Biart has removed from
King street to tho storo of Chris
Gortz, Fort street. Thero ho will
ropair watches aud make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every descrip
tion. Having boon tho practical
watchmaker for Wonuor & Co. ton
yoars, ho uoods no pulling.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spoct tho stock of Brown k Kubey,
at No. 4. Masonic Temple; thero you
will find tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubbor stamps.
In a recent editorial tho Salem,
Oregon, Iudopoudout says: "Time
and again have we soon Chamber
lain's Cough Romedy tried and never
without tho most satisfactory re
sults. Wheuovor wo see a porson
aillictod with horsonoss, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably adviso thorn
to got Chamborlaiu's Cough Rome
dy; and when thoy do, thoy never
regret it. It always doo3 tho work,
aud doos it well." For sato by Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
bi'low cost, etc.
As wo hare said before that
when you pay less for goods
than we ask for them you get
an inferior quality.
Cany a stock of dry goods
that is complete in every
sense, from the lowest priced
, with tho cap-1 goods to the most luxurious
i appointed to j m&d W(J make ft spec-ialty of
the highest grade, and exclu
sive designs- of the most re
cent and n cepted styles.
Worth your while always
in making purchases to look
at our stock: before deciding.
If wc have what you want
you will certainly buy it, if
quality and price are any consideration.
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings in nlmilca of Tnn in nil sizes.
Just tlio thing for riding or (or short people. We have thorn In all sizes.
Xew Hand Bags, New Buckles,
Now Jet Trimmings, Now Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
KS" 3STH3W LAOES a
What Shall We Drink?
of forty mon, divided into two
watches or details. i
A mounted jsnuad of about sixty
i.ii '. . 1 i . - I nnncn
men wouiu oe oi maienai oonoui. i ov.tiau,
A committee of live.
tain as chairman, was
perfect tho details.
P. Lowroy introduced tho follow
ing resolution which was adoptod
without a dissenting voice: "Resolv
ed, That it is the opinion of tho ofll
cers of the Citizens' Guard, that an
Act should bo passed by the Coun
cils, making it unlawful for any per
son to woar or exhibit any uniform
or badgo which would indicato that
ho belonged to auy military or police
organization, uuless he was at tho
time an actual inembor of such
George P. Castle suggestod that
tho Govornment offer a reward of
$2 50 for overy gun brought in and
no questions asked, for the purposo
of obtaining arms for members who
as yet had uouo.
B. P.. EIILERS & CO.
Knlghta of Pythias.
Mystic Lodgo No. 2, K. of P.. hold
a mooting in their castlo hall last
evening, on which occasion tho offi
cers for tho coming term woro in
stalled by Deputy Supremo Coun
cillor Chas. J. McCarthy, assisted
by Past Chancollors Eckardt aud
O. 0., Geo. E. Bruns.
V. C, A. W. Keoch.
P., Ed. Towso.
M. of W., H. G. Biart.
K. of It. & S , A. E. Murphy, P. C.
M. of F., S. J. Salter.
M. of E., M. A. Gonsalves.
M. at A., P. W. McChesnoy.
O. G., J A. Mohrten, P. 0.
A. Recommendation From Los An
goles. (532 Castelar St., Ix3 Axoelks, Cal.
After haviug suffered for a long
time from acute rhouraatism without
obtaining relief, I used Chamber-1
Iain's Pain Balm and was almost im
mediately roliovod. I highly recom
mend this as tho best modicino
known. D. M. Hamilton. Por sale .
by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islauds.
Do Yon Smoke?
I( jou do, yon want tho
monev will buv
rflvtii a choice invoice ot fio driest
l nave iim re-
Tho schedule of Jay Gould's per
sonal estate shows that ho loft al
most $31,000,000. This vast amount
was accumulated by his owu enorgy
and busiuoss ability.
The royal standard was brought
to tho station from Washington
Placo this afternoon.
which Rt-ll from 5 cents up to V5
onti. While many jwople prefer
Manila Cigars, I luve for their
benefit a' very choice selection of
all tho best known br.iuls of
For those who don't smoke cigars, '
but "hit the pipe," I have a tine
HterschoDm aud Briar Wood Pipes,
Aho Cum Cobs, Etc., Ktc.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
SmoMngand Chewing Tobacco and
tho favorite brands of Cigarettes are
alo kept on hand. In tact any
thing In tho Hi e of stnnker'a re-
tiuiMtes can bo found at ilia i
Beaver Saloon, I
Fort Street. '
H. J. Nqlte, 1'rop. 12J7-tf
WANTED TO BUY FOR CASH!
When tho rays of Old Ha are boiling down at u ninety de
gree rate, tho air like tho breath of a furnace ami everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural desire of tho uvcrago human is
to drink. But, what to drink? There's tho question.
The bcrious died of an over-indulgence in ico water is well
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gnsy beverages arc known
to ho more or ce injurious to the health, while tho mineral
waters of known purity and healllifulness are a luxury beyond
tho reach of hut few. What shall wo drink?
A beverage to incut the requirements, must, first of all, he
absolutely pure and non-alcoholic. It should posbess a medi
cinal element to counteract tho e Meets of tiio heat and kocp tho
blood pure and tho stomach healthful. In order to ha palat
able and refreshing, it should he sparkling and cUervcscoiit.
Last but not least, it must ho economical and within the reach
of nil. A hoverago that fully meuts all of tho above require
ments and one that is entitled to more than paesitig mention is
HIRES' HOOT UEKtt, manufactured by tho Oiiah. K. Hikes
it Co., of Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by them to be
f rco from any deleterious substance ami absolutely non-alcoholic ;
while nil physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appctuiug flavor, is full of snap, sparklo and
effervescence, and is without u peer as a refreshment.
A p.ickago from your storekeeper will make 11 vo gallons of
this great temporauco drink. Truly it answers the question
What shall we drink? There uro many substitutes and imita
tions ot HIItES' HOOT BEEK offered for salo which should bu
"We have used your Root Ilcer for over a year and Hud it
delicious aud healthful. Wo would not liko to ho without it a
Biuglo day. We And it is helping all of us. Mits. F. H. Clakk.
7:1!) Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wo havo used over one hundred bottles of your Root Deer,
drinking it wintor and summer. My brother and myself uro
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Beer.
.MiciiAKi. Kkm.y, 10 Water St., WuUhuiii, Mass., U. S. A."
Iloimox Drug Cosipaxy "Wholesale Druggists
Benson', Smith & Company " "
Holusteh Ditua Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
NO TO MY PRESENT DIFFI
cultles. rmhllclv aud nromaturolv
miidu known in this morning's P. O. A., I
beg to state that all orders Intended for my
llrm will be promptly tilled by me from
the establishment of Messrs. W. O. Pea
cock & Co. for tho present. Address
W. S. bUl'E.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 181). 1257-lt 0-lt
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
THE UNDEUBIQNKD WH-b NOT IJE
responsible for any debts contructed
In his name without his written authority.
VJAWl ROUT, LAINO.
Uasurcbarged Hawaiian Stamps: ,
'.'c. Ilrown, '.'o Rote, 6c. Dark Hluo.
10c. Mack, 10c. Ilrown. 10c. Red.
ll!o. Illack, 15c, 18o , 25c., &0c. and 11.
Surcharged P, G, Stamps:
lc. Pnrplo, lo. Illau, 15c., !5c.
12c-Mauve,' Red and lilack Surcharge.
rariics,wisniiig io uisposu oi uuv
lease Biaio cjuaiuy wun
J. M. McOHKSNKY.
at M. W. McChcsney A. Sons', Queen st.
O. A. K. MEETING NOTICE.
rpiIK REGULAR MEETING OF X
1. OKOitiiK W. DEboKo Post, No. 15,
O. A. It., will bo hold nt Harmony Hall, y
King street, on THURSDAY EVKN1NU,
Fob, 7, ISM, at 7:30 o'clock. Visiting com
rades are invited to Attimd. 1255.3t
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water Bhould be boiled and filtered.
Tho Only Reliable "Water Filter is the Slack k
Br 0 Willow. They are made on scientific principles. They
are accessible in nil parts and can bo readily cleaned.
of abovo 8taun3, please stato quality with
i.owesi Uttsn rrico i
Pacific hardware co., id
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
JAPANESE MAN AND WIFE.
ood cooks and understand how to
linn.lfn tktia inrtlf.i llll.ii. , IKilIrn
themselves generally usefnl. Also man for
store, who U bright and Intelligent, can
read and write English. Address
IMMw" "P. 0. 1)0X209."
Pare GuaYa&Poha Jelly
Put up by Miw. A. P. JONES.
1215 Agents, Queen Street. lm