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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 8. 1895.
FRIDAY FEB. 8 I u
PA01FIO OABU". YA.&K
Roforriog to tho recent Colonial
Conference, tbo Awklntitl llorald
ha tho following. It ?hows that an
accident has matte people hi tho
Australasian Colonies to luok for
ward to tho Pacific cablv as a nouns
sity: Ono important mattor which tho
Conference considered has already
buuu put on a praetlcal footing, and
is likely at uo distant dato to bo real
ized, and that is, a cable across t lie
Pacini. It was thought that the
communication between Europe and
Australasia had boon secured by the
duplicate lines now working, but
within the last few days wo have
boon compelled to realio that this
is not ho, communication having
eeaecl for about a week. This is a
very serious matter for us now, jco
ing thai the news by cable as to the
markets of Europe has become a
matter of daily need, and I hat with
out it business is dislocated. At the
present time tho colonies are all
more or less uuwilling to incur addi
tional responsibilities, but wo hare
no doubt that in regard to this cablo
project I hoy will endeavor to meet
tho necessity. Gront Britain will no
doubt look at tho subject on ovory
side. In a tim j of war, tho pro3ont
Hues are all opoM'd to great dan
ger, as they pass through narrow
seas, and through torrltory over
which Groat Britain has no power.
But a Pacific lino would stretch from
tho western coast of tho Canadian
Dominion to Now Zealand, without
danger of any interruption uulcss
Great Britain completely lost the
command of tho seas. It is evident
now that thn l'auiflo Ocean is likely
to play n larger part in tho history
of tho world than it has done iu tho
past. Tho great empires which bor
dor it, China and Japan, have hither
to been strictly exclusive. They will
evidently bo exclusive no longer, but
will bo marts of world-wide commerce.
Regular Cash Sale
TO-MORROW, Fob. 9th,,
AT 111 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I WILL OKl.t, AT PC11LIO AUCTIIC
A.T MY SAIjICSROOU
Qonural Merchandise, Dry Goods, ,
Flannole, Groceries, Etc
Also, laruo iimntlty of H 'OKSnr.d lot of '
K oa LA.YINU HENS.
L.iwt J. Levoy,
t OS M AUOrtONKr.H.
l O-MORRO W I
1,150 PINE TOPS!
TO-MORROW, Fob. lUli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I wax. mat. at rum.ic AUCTION
liso pi2srin tops
Jtit Received Ex "Jlnrlpo-n'
Lewis T Lovoy,
A NOBLEMAN THRASHED.
HIb Ciiaro Against a Follow Fas
senKtir Hcsimted Physically.
There was quite a little soufllu on
tho Oceanic wharf about 10 o'clock
this forenoon between Count Von
l'latoi), who U a pasfongor for Hono
lulu by tho S. S. Mariposa, and a
through pastouger by tho same
steamer. Tho Count had had trou
ble on tho stoamor during tho pas
sago with the gentleman and sent a
message to him accusing him of mis
appropriating norno pictures which
ho (tho Count) had. Tho man did
not say anything until tho Count's
baggage was brought ashore to bo
inspected by tho Customs oflicers.
Tho Count stood by while his bag
gago was being searched, and tho
gentleman accused of atoaliiig hap
pened along. Ho accosted tho Count.
A fow words passed botwoou thorn
and tho straugor hauled olT aud
struck tho Count square in tho faco.
Ho followed it up with sovoral other
blows aud fluslly grabbod tho
Count's cane aud struck him over
tho head with it. i'ort Surveyor
Sandors came to tho assistance of
the Couut aud tho men woro separ
ated. Tho Count's eyes wero black
enod and ho had a out on his nose.
Ho did not attempt to mako any re
sistance whatever. Aftor tho trou
ble ho said ho was going to appeal
to tho Consul, but later decided ho
Should bo used in attempting to
euro that very disagreeable disease,
catarrh. As catarrh originates in
impurities in tho blood, local appli
cations can do no permanent good.
Tho common souse method of treat
ment is to purify tho blood, and for
this purposo thoro is no preparation
superior to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Fills euro constipation by
rostoriug peristaltic action of the
The exposure to all sorts and con
ditions of woathor that a lumberman
is called upon to endure in the
camps often produces sovoro colds
which if not promptly checked, re
sult in congestion or pneumonia.
Mr. J. O. Davenport, ex-manager of
the Fort Bragg Redwood Co., au
immouso institution at Fort Bragg,
Cal., says thoy soil large quantities
of Chamberlain's Cough Bomody at
tho company's store aud that ho has
himself used this romody for a sovero
cold aud obtained immediate rolief.
This medicino provouts any tendency
of a cold toward pneumonia and iu
suros a prompt recovery. For salo
by Benson, Smith Co., Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
That Tireless Toiler,
J. J. EGAN,
5M Fort Street.
THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET
lug of the Honululu Bailors' Home
Society will be held at tho Itoom of the
Chamber of Commerce on BATUilDAY,
the Oth day of February, nt 10 o'clock a. m.
Cfe- Immediately after adjournment of
the Society's Annual Meeting the Hoard of
Trustees will meet, l'er order.
1 A. BOHAKFEU, Secretary.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 16'J5. 1257-2t
JOB PRINTING SL-raWfc
Bulletin I'iwmsiiino Co,, Li. First-class
Commercial Work a Specialty. Estimates
given. Orders promptly executed.
February 5, 1S95.
The occasional heavy rains
we are having appears, to the
uninitiated, like a balm to 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 j
they are simply taking a vaca- J
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 Hedged '
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 nothing1
easier to handle than one of '
these sweepers. We have a '
few and we sell them cheap. '
If your mangoes are ripen-1
ing you will want a fruit i
1 1 '
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 j
require to have it gold mounted,
in that case it will be done for '
you at the Coast. Ours are really
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 or sell 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 J
of heavy bread in your house
if you cut it with a Clauss;
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 off all sorts of the very best
and we have arranged the price
to suit your purpose.
H. H. H.
1 C3Wfc'tlP .IH"
'ruts II, 11. 11. Homo Liniment pnl
f now Ilfo Into ttioAntlniiMeil Burrol
forth lut It )MM the ll.lt.H. Horw
Liniment has boon tlio landing remedy
ftmona turmers and Htockmrn for tho
enro of Hpralni., UrnlM. UtlfT Joints,
UpArlns, Wnl.ill, Horo Khotildcra, etc.,
and for Family Um Ij.wlUiout an rnud
for llheamntUm, Nonralla, Achru, I'alni,
Tl.o If. II. It. Liniment lm many Imita
tion!, and wo million thn Publlo to nco
that the T.-ad .Mark " II. II. II." Is on
frery Tottlo li"fori rmrrhar Inc. Tor ik-.li
rvorrwhoro for 50 ceati und 6lJ tr
WHAT OTHHR. SAYS:
Sax Johi:, J.m. 127, 1808, Uertldcato of B'.ootl spavin. Iu juntico to tlio
proprietor of " Pho Cok-bratcd H. II. II. How M. dic-itie 1. L. T., 1808," I
will tfity that I liavo used it to good nUisf.iCvl'in, aud can rcoommond it to
tlio k't.ining li-r-'-i um an invaluable medicinu, mil 1 beliovo it to bo equal
to wbul it is rrcom mended ; and I liavo nut known ltd vqti il dm an external
remedy, for I Imvc nl o used il to good ullccl fut tlietiniatiim upon myself.
J. 0. I'll I ITS.
TbU ir to certify thai I saw tbo .ibovo oi-e, and it was ono of tbo worst
ttpavitiH I ever Raw. I did not believe Unit tbo blood itpaviu could bo cured,
but I would neknowleduo (but 1 w.is iiilitiikon and am willing to recom
mend "I'be fe'ebniled II II. II. Horse Mediein 1). D.T., 18G8," superior
to atiytbliig I over bud any kooubdf id .i- a borne medicine.
Mil. 1). Doixu: Tomiinho.s- lK'ur c Kn. I lie information of tlio public
tuitlin juttii'o loynur vultiiib'o It ye ine'ioiii', 'The Cflebr.ttcd H. 11. II.
Horxe Medio.iiol). 1). T, 1S(I8," I wiu'd rtate tint I Iiavo used it to full
ati-factiiiti i n a mart of mine ill it bail an enl.r,ji meiil of tho f el lock joint,
which Win at leant one tliir 1 lr r than brf..m it got hurt; and of a hard
citllotiH lump, and her 'eg id-o mtieh iMi'ger. I'hu nbovc mediuino removed
the enlargement, and otherwi-e ifnimti I u 'tfivl cure.
1 :ibo know of it.s curitiu blood ;itio i d He rent cared among my neigh
bora h U8CM, whb h eto v. ry b m! and i- cuiiiblu by all who saw them ; and I
have full coulidviu'e in tin ubovi pr paratioH, nd hear it epoken of by
others a (U;il lo wlitt it b . been r'c'oiinuo ded,ard can recommend it to
other with full coutldeiu-o of il gnat woilh, ami that it perfomiH all e tires
without injury to the griwtb id the hiir, d h not chango the color of tho
hair, and leaves tho limb Hiioolh it,d c'i'hii.
our M,c1 letfully,
YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
L B. Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho
K5f The Automatic Pearl Skwxio Machine with
tho Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work. To Purchasers: Instructions in Ariseno,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy Kmbroidery "Work will be given.
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