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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 9, 1895.
Pledged to wither Sect nor Party,
But Ktablithed fur the lime fit of All.
SATURDAY, FEB. 9 IS'G.
Elsowhuro will bo found au inter
esting detailed comparison of points
between tho best battleship of Great
Britain and thu United States' best.
Somebody suggested in a contem
porary tbat newspaper men should
bo paid, along wilb Citizens' Guard
men, for their cervices in giving t ho
daily story of tlio trouble. That
was probably meant for a joke, but
it is uo joke to aungest that the tele
phone operators ought to receive a
gratuity. They had much of the
burden of the campaign to bear.
Yesterday's Star introduced a now
Blylo of cut-off for intercepted
scoops. Tho Bullutin was out
ahead of it with a completo and
accurate summary of the speeches
ou both sides in the trial of Mrs.
Dominis. Not only did tho Star
ignore tho address for thu defense,
but it cut that for tho prosecution
off in tho middle of a word. For
impartial giving of tho uows you
must como to thu Bulletin, and it
costs less too than any other daily
The Sleep of Plants.
The sloop of plants is so conspicu
ous a phenomenon that it excited
discussion aud speculation as early
asthotimo of lliny, and many ex
planations wore given, which science
has since disproved. Tho drooping
of tho loaves was attributed by somo
botanists to au aversion to moisture.
a theory which had to bo abandoned
when suchmovomonts were niadoou
Cloudy days aud dewloss nights.
Tho clover tribe, which always close
their loaves at night, revel in rain,
and nasturtiums will go through a
day of lompostuous weather without
showing any inclination to chaugo
thoir position. Linnieus wa tho
first to give to tho subject snocial
study and scientific research. Whilo
watchiugtho progress of somoplauts
of lotus ho began that sorios of ob
servations upo i which his groat
work, "Sleep of 1'lauls," is basod.
Ho found that nocturnal changes aro
dotormiuod by temporaturo and tho
daily alternations of light and dark
ness; movement is uot actually caus
ed by darkuess, but tho difforonco in
tho amount of light tho plant ro
ceives during tho night and day.
Many plants, notably tho nastur
tium, unless brilliantly illuminated
in tho day, will not sloop at night.
If two plants wero brought into tho
contor of a room, one from tho open
air and tho other from a dark cor
ner, tho neutral light which would
cause the former to droop its loaves
would act as a stimulant upon tho
laltor. Chamber' Journal.
Expectation of a special session of
tho Legislature has been deferred
indoGuito'y by tho insurrection. In
tho meantime tho Executive and
Advisory Councils aro attending to
all essential legislation, aud tho
question arisos as to whother it is
necessary for tho Logislaturo to
meet at all this year. A session
would cause a heavy espouse, which
could ill bo borne on top of tho cost
of suppressing tho rebellion. Tho
country has enough laws, anyway,
to got along with for tho ouo year,
precisely, from next week until tho
first regular session is due. A spe
cial session, introducing tho public
afresh to political discussion, just
aftor a piiucipal ghost of disquiet
has been laid, would most likely
bo anything but promotive of tho
placid ilow of affairs which is favor
able to industrial aud commercial
activity. It would bo folly to lay
the flattering unction to our souls
that, the first Legislature, elected
wholly on a common platform, will
in convocation bo a paradise of har
mony and delightful unity of spirit.
Many questions would ariso upon
which thoro would bo honost differ
oncoof opinion, aud divorso inter
ests aro reprorouted in tho porsonnol
of both houses which would require
tho most tactful leadership to com
pose. But tho decision of differences
aud tho composing of conflicting
concerns would tnko up time, and
time means money emphatically in
tho conducting of a logislaturo. The
Legislature of tho Republic is not
likely to bo less oxponsivo, to say
tho least, than tho Legislature uudor
tho old rogimo. Two houses replac
ing one doubles tho list of paid sor
vauts, as well as othor incidental ox
penBos. It is our opinion, in viow of
all tho circumstances, that tho Gov
ornmout should drop tho notion of
hariug a special sossion.
That Tireless Toiler,
J. J. EGAN,
5M Fort Street.
Tho exposure to all sorts and con
ditions of weather that a lumberman
is called upon to endure in tho
camps often produces severe colds
which if not promptly checked, ro
Bult in cougostiou or pneumonia.
Mr. J. O. Davouport, ox-raauagor of
tho Fort Bragg liedwood Co., au
immonso institution at Fort Bragg,
Cal., says theyf sell largo quantities
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at
tho company's storo and that he lias
himself used thin rnmnriv fnr n rnirnra
!i"Mi;i.LBh!!EJWAHTED TO BUY FOR CASH!
of n cold toward pnoumouia aud in-
SXr&rffiyA,S:f.'S Unsarcliarged Hawaiian Stamps :
tho Hawaiian Islands.
If you waut to buy a roally good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Browu & Kuboy,
at No. 1, Masouio Temploj thoro you
will find tho largost varioty in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold ou wookly aud
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy I
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
L'o. Drown, '.'a, Hose, 6c. Dark Blue.
lOo. Muck, lOo. Drown, 10c. Red.
12o. Black, lSc, 18o , 25o 00c. and $1.
Surcharged P. 6, Stamps:
lc. Purple, lc. Uluo'lOo., 25o.
12c. Mauve, lied and Hlaclr Surcharge,
tF I'artlcs dialling to dispose of any
of abovo Btnnms, please stnto quality with
Lowest Cash Price to
J. M. McCHESNEY,
at M, W. McChosney fc Sons', Queen st.
February 5, 1895.
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
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 vou unless you
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
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 theleast
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.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd.
Opposite BDmcHufof Block,
L B. Kerr
is the only
man in Ho
'rcr.ro !xr.r . . a srw. tt
ES The Automatic Pkaui. Fkwxiq Maoiiiki: with
tho Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
IlCiivy Work. To Pm chasers : Instructions in Arisonc,
Tinsel, Schnellc and Fancy Kinbroidery "Work will be given.
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rTHE II. It. II. Ilona, Liniment pata
now lito Into tho Antiquated Itnrwil
rur th lut li Kan tho 11. II. U. Horns
Liniment hu been tlio lrajlnir remedy
anion termors and Htoclcmon for tlio
euro of Hlinln. UraTM. Bttft JoInU,
Hparlnn, Windcalln, Horo Shoulders, etc..
and for Family Bo U. without an ennal
for ltheumatlm, Ncnralela, Aelie. I'alnn,
I110 11. II. 1. Llmrnont ha manylmlta
t on, and wo rantlon tho Pnblio to boo
tlat tho Trade .Mark II. II. II." I, i
every Jluttlo lieforo imrchaalng. For aalo
erorrwhoiti for W cenU and Sl.W) jitr
"WHAT OTHHR3 SAY:
8a. JoriK, Jan. 27, 1808, Oertilloato of Blood dpavin. In jiutico to tho
propriotor ol "Tho Colobratcd H. II II. Horae Altdioitio I). D. T., 1808," I
will any that I luvo tucd it to good satisfaction, aud can recommend it to
thoso kooping horses as an invaluable medicine, uid 1 boliovo it to ho equal
to what it ia recommended ; and I havo not known its cqu ll us an oxtornal
remedy, for I havo uUo used it to good offect for rheumatism upon myself.
&&! J- o. nil its.
"This ia to certify that 1 saw tho abovo ca-c, and it was one of tho worat
spavins I ever saw. I did not boliovo that tho blood spavin could bo cured,
but I would acknowledge that I was mistakon, and am willing to recom
mend "Tho Oolubratcd II II. II. Horso .Medicine D. D. T., 1808," superior
to anything I ever had any knowledge of as a horso medicine.
Mit. D. Uonoi: To.MLi.vhox Dear Mr: For tho information of tho public
and in justice to your valuable horto medicine, "Tho Celebrated II. II. II.
Horse Mcdioino 1). U. T., 1808," I would state that I havo used it to full
satisfaction on a maro of mine that had au enlargement of tho fe flock joint,
which was at least ono third larger than beforo it got hurt; and of a hard
callous lump, and her leg aUo much larger. Tho abovo medicine removed
the enlargement, and otherwise performed a porfect cure.
I alto know of its curing blood spavin in different cases among my neigh
bors' horses, which wero very bad aud incuuiblo by all who saw thorn; and I
havo full confidence in the abovo preparation, and hear it spoken of by
others as equal to what it has been recommended, and can recommend it to
others with full confidence of its great worth, and that it performs all cures
without injury to tlio growth of tho hair, does not chango tho color of tho
hair, and leaves tlio limb smooth and clean.
YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all tho Cehbrated v
Factories in the United
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