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THE DAILY BqLLETIN, FEBRUARY 9, 1895.
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X.OOAX. AND OKNKRAX. WIW8
qnllrv weathor orovails.
auitry weatnor prevails. i
Tho Sons of St. Goorgo will
on Monday ovoning.
Bathing partioa to the Wallrilri
boach aro now in soason.
'Tho Republic" building is receiv
ing finishing touches inside.
Tho local football team will havo
tho usual practice this aftornoou. ,
Tho latest War Cry has matter in
French and Chinese as well as Eug
lish. SoiTio of tho Philadelphia mou
woro allowed shoro liborty this aftor-,
Ladio in soarch of pretty wash
materials should call at tho storo of
N. S. Sachs.
G. N. Wilcox was a passougor by
tho Mikahala this morning from tho
O. J. Whitney's recital will talto
placo at tho Y. M. C. A. at 7 o'clock
Passes havo beeu granted to thoso
requiring to bo abroad at night dur-'
ing martial law until Feb. 20.
Tho Hullistor Drug Co. is circu
lating a pamphlet in rhyme, enti
tled, "A Household Necessity.
A handsome electrolier is part of
tho fittings of tho Mutual Tolephono
Co.'s oflico in its own buildiug.
J. S. Emerson will load tho Y. M.
O. A. mooting to-morrow night at
6:30. Topic, "Tho Lost Shoop."
Tho govornmout band will play at
Mnma Square this ailornoon. 'Tho I
.iffln Alnlmmn C.nnn" will linnlnvnri.
Littlo Alabama Coon" will bo played
The S. S. Mariposa took a very
large mail for tho Coast yostorday.
It consisted of -1395 letters and 2653
Tho Circuit Court, adjourned un-
Monday, will continuo aujouru
ing from tltno to timo until martial ,
law is off.
cm t.i Ti:iii- n..i,: ti. '
"Buffalo Bill's Bunking Bronco,"
shown in tho k.notoscopo at .the
El to to-day, is ouo of tho best views ,
auoui ou copies oi ino uullktin
of Friday, Fob. 8th, aro wantod, for I
which 5 cents a copy will bo paid at
was arrested this noon. Ho was in
hiding at Kunawai.
H. E. Walker, tho Cloveland wheel ,
agent, lias put up a nanusomo sign
which ho mado himsolf out of wiro
netting and block tin. ,
A rumor that several state prison-
era woro to bo doportod by tho Mari
bv tho Man-
. posa caused largo accessions to tho
usual crowd at a steamer's departure.
Mechanics' Homo, cornor Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 aud 11.25 per
N. Carvalho, Portuguese, Solo
mon Maholona, Hawaiian, and W.
Wilson, American, have sworn to
support tho constitution, etc., of tho
A mooting of tho Maunerchor
Harmony will tako 'placo this even
ing at Love's bakery at 7 o'clock.
All members aro rociuestod to bo
Eresont. Business of importance to
Adjutant Egner of tho Salvation
Army left on the steamor Kiuau yos-1
terdav afternoon to bo absont about
a week. A branch of the army has !
been establisbed in iiuo aud tho ad
" jutant is on a tour of inspection.
tartta havYncSsuner?oPr nVoks a -
e' J&VSB ulTnZ 2nS? f .
est uotico good horses and uico car
riages, irom buggy to wagonotte.
Trunks nnil hnnttatrn with tho
names of Carl Widemaun, W. H. 0.
Greig and Louis Marshall were on
tho Oceanic wharf yosterday, prior
to the departure of tho Mariposa.
Thoy were takou away this morning.
umcer jjaviu ivaapa arrosieu a na
tive named Leinahopu for treason
this morning. Ho is believed to bo
the man who hid Wilcox's silvor
mounted gun. To-morrow another
effort will bo mado to find tho wea
pon. j-v n t .1 w i 1
Edgar Frantz, who was a dosorter
from tho U. S. S. Charleston, choso
oxilo rather than staudiug his trial
for conspiraoy. Ho loft by tho Mari
posa, having recoivod a purso of $lf0
mado up on tho U. S. llagship Phila
delphia. Tho entire uativo polico force woro
Ehotographed this morniug at tho
arracks by J. J. Williams. Whilo
thoy were absout Deputy Marshal
Brown aud memborsof tho mounted
patrol had chargo of tho Polico
Andrew Brown, Superintendent of
Water Works, and others havo bug-
cee(ieci n f!M3ft . . ,,,.,,
among the meuibors of tho native
police. Tho nresonlation will not.
i ..... HVV
bo mmln until Aitnr mnrl n Ian.
G. R.. Harrison, practical piano
and organ makor and tuner, can fur
nish bost factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attontion. All work
guaranteed to v the sanio ah donn
Sam Broad, a lad, was hold for in
vestigation this morning, thoro be
ing reason to believo that ho stolo
money from one of the school teach
ers at Kauluwela School. Tho
boy admits having stolen money,
but says ho only took $1.60.
Dr. II. W. McDauioIs, of Califor
nia, lefta for homo by tho Mariposa
after a visit of six weoks. Ho camo
hero to attend on Mr. Fowler, whoso
log had to bo amputated on account
of an accident, and besides taking
part in tho wnr had a look at tho
scenery of the islands.
WHAT "HOH9E POWER" MEANB.
How tho Unit of Measuring Powor
Tho unit of measurement of mo
chauical powor was introduced by
James Wnlt and called a "horse
powor." How this name originated
is well told in tho Magdoburgor Zol
tuug. Onoof tlio first steam engines
built by Watt was to furnish tho
nowor for tho nutans in tho broworv
, at Witbroad, England, which up to
The contract call
powor as was furn!
t is i.
that timo was supplied by horses.
lied for as much '
furnished bv a stronc I
horse, and in oruor to cot as Dowor-
ful an engino as possible tho brewer
ascertained tho amount of labor per
formed by a horse by working an ex
ceptionally strong horso for full
eight hours without a stop, urging
tho animal with a whip until it was ,
exhausted, and thereby succeeded in
raising 2,000,000 gallons of
Considering tho height of tho rdsor-
y0'r this labor represents tho prosout
uu5t of a hor80 0W)r, tha , u?0
HfUDg of 1G81 pounds to a height of
aboutKthroo & t por B0Cond. This
rosuitt UOwovor, was obtained by ex-
cepwoum aioiuuus, uuu buouiu nui
bo considered tho basis of measure-
tuont of mechanical powor. Actual-
ly the powor of tho average horse is
Pneumatic Trotting Sulkies.
Thoro are four reasons why a
pneumatic trotting sulky is fastor
than the old stylo, and overy ono nn-
. plios with more or loss force to an
olastjo tiro of any kind for any vohi-
i'lroi, it uiunn iuuio uuaiijr. ouu-
ond, owing to tho small diamotor of
tho whool tho sulky is mucn sutler
sidewise, and tho soft tiro stays on tho
ground aud does not slow in round-
ing curves. Third, whon a horso is
boTug crowded to his utmost limit,
as all horses aro supposed to bo in a
race, his norves aro undor an intense
unnatural motion of trottiug, but
will adopt the run which comes per
fectly natural to all four-footed ani
mals. Tho noiso and jar of any
hard-tired vehicle when at speed has
much to do with the action of any
horso. Fourth, tho more socuroly
and comfortably any driver is seated
tho better attontion ho cau give to
tho trotter, aud a nervous driver
tonds to make a nervous horso.
Ho Was Shocked.
It is truly a-maiziug thing, this ,
European indifference to corn. Tho
people eat some such queer things '
0VQI tuerotnat ono would tmnK
1 that coru would 80om a mi?ht I
I Messing. In the course o two Tong
: SPu-PibSS .
tianaiAoi nnri tiinr n nr n iinriii
almost entirely patronized by Am
bUU lWIWHil MMV VUHW f M MV ww
oricaus. and kept by a man who had
lived in America, m i'ans. .We wore '
talking of corn to an Englishman
j this summer. Said ho: (And do
I you really oat it in tho States!'
I "Why. yos." "Vo only food it to'
nnimnU." "Well, vou treat vour ani-
.- -. ..-.-, rf ,, -- --
mals bottor than yourselves." Ho
paused for a minute. Then: "Tell
mo," said ho, "in what way do you
oat it!" "In tho ear" "The par!
Hl. a,nc?:,t?:r. "Wel r,Tie
1UUHUU UU1LU DUUL'UUUi J IVUftCaiGf
In a rocont editorial tho Salom,
Oregou, Indopondeut says: "Timo
and again havo wo soon Chamber
lain's Cough Ilomody tried and nover
without tuo most satisfactory ro-
suits. Whonovor wo see a person
i alllicted with horsouoss, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably adviso thorn
to got Chamborlaiu's Cough Romo-
1 dy; nud whon thoy do, thoy novor
regrot it. It always does tho work,
j and does it well." For salo by Bon-
' son, Smith & Co., Agonts for tho
I Hawaiian Islands.
HARD TO HOLD.
Two Besetting Sailors Who Do
Appreciate a Good Turn.
Two sailors of tho Kenilworth
prolonged their absenco from tho
ship, aud information was given to
United States Cousul-Geuoral Mills
by Captain Baker. Mr. Mills went
to tho statiou to have tho deserters
posted, when ho found that botli
were in tho tanks for being drunk
and resisting tho polico. lie asked
the Marshal if tho men would be ro
lcasod if they engaged to go back to
tho ship. Marshal Hitchcock was
only too glad to obtain so much re
lief from tho congestion of the colls.
Ho delivered tho sailors over to tho
Cousul-Geuorai, who lectured them
sovorely aud told them how ho had
saved thorn from a term on tho reef.
Ho asked them if they would not
roturu to tho ship in view of what
had been done for thorn, as, other
wise, if thoy wore loft to auswor for
thoir offenses, it would tako all their
wages for tho voyago to Now York
to pay tho penalties and costs. Thoy
meekly consented to return to duty,
1 pleading that their doroliction had '
boon duo to taking too much "booze."
As thoy had no money whon thoy
loft tho ship, it was a mystery how
( thoy had got full. Another day
passed, and Captain Baker reported
1 to tho Consul-General that tho mou
had not gouo back to tho ship.
Their case will not bo an enviable
ouo if tho polico catch them now, as
will likely happon within tho twolvo
days or so before tho ship sails for
H. G. Biart has
storo of Chris
Thoro ho will
King street to the
Gortz, Fort stroot.
rouair watches and
spoons and iowolry of overy descrip
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wennor & Co. ten
yoars, ho neods no puQing.
r r Ti.1iMioru' Qfh
U1X . ' . c ua,J Jllh
. continuing for ONE WEB
continuing for oxk avehk. wc
Will hold tho FANCIEST ItwM
NANT BALK of the SKASOX.
At the prices wo aro asking
every piece will be sold. Read
what follows and kindly bear
it in mind.
Goes far toward establish
ing tho standing of a business
. honHU Jn anv UOmmunitv. and
., . .'.. , ,-"
the good-Will and patronage
wo have had during tho last
, fm.fv vonrs indicate not onlv
l?11 caiJf ,nailc not omJ
' that WO havo tho I'Ol'UL Alt
i APFKOVAL, but that tllOSO
7h0 hav. dcl?fc Wi!)1 "8, ha.r,c
ui'uu uiiuuuiiLijr nutiniiuu
And retain patronage more
by the exoellexck of quali
ties t-hown and our heasox
ahle 1'iucES than by prepos
terous claims of selling goods
below cost, etc.
As wo have said before that
when you pay less for goods
than we ask for them you get
an inferior quality.
Carry a stock of dry goods
that is complete in every
sense, from tho lowest priced
goods to the most luxurious
made, we make a specialty of
tho highest grade, and exclu
sivo designs or tho
cent and accepted styles.
J -rm to
x x xo
Worth your while always
in making purchases to look
1 . w
at our stock beforo deciding.
If we have what you want I
you will certainly buy it, if
quality and price aro any con
sideration. B. F. BIILERS & CO.
X0 WHOM IX MAY CONCERN.
rpiin UMlEKSIONED WUib NOT HE
JL responsible for any ilubts contracted
In lils name without his wriitcn authority.
lSW-Ut ROUT. liAINQ.
New Goods! :
JUST OPENED AT
1ST. S. SACHS'
520 Fort St, - - Hon.ol-uJ.-u..
1 .ATE8T NOVELTI ES :
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In shades of Tun In nil sizes.
SHORT CORSETS !
Just tlie thing for rld'tig or for short people. We havo thorn In all sites.
Now Jut Trimmings, Now Silk
KS" 1ST EIW
When tho rays of Old Sol aro boiling down at a ninety de
gree rule, (lie uir like the breath of n furuaco and everything
hot, dry ami dusty, tho natural desire of tho average human is
to drink. But, what to drink? There's tho question.
The serious oll'cct of uu ovcr-indulgcnco in ico water is well
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gassy bovcrages arc known
to bo moro or less injurious to the health, whilo the mineral
waters of known purity aud licuUhfulncss aro a luxury beyond
tho reach of but few. What shall wc drink?
A beverage to meet tho requirements, must, first of all, be
absolutely pure and uou-ulcoholic. It should posbess a medi
cinal clement to counteract tho ctlccts of tho beat and keep the
blood pure and tho stomach healthful. In order to bo palat
able and refreshing, it should be sparkling and effervescent.
Last but not least, it must bo economical and within tho reach
of all. A bovcrago that fully meets all of the above require
ments and one that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIKES' ROOT BHER, manufactured by tho Chab. E. Hikes
it Co., of Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by them to be
frco from any deleterious substanco ami absolutely non-alcoholic ;
while all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has ii delicious, appetizing flavor, is full osnap, sparklo and
effervescence, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will mako 11 vo gallons of
this great tempcranco drink. Truly it answers tho question
What shall wo drink? There arc many substitutes and imita
tions ot HIKES' ROOT HEEK offered for salo which should he
"Wo have used your Root Beer for over a year and find it
delicious and healthful. Wo would not liko to bo without it a
singlo day. Wo find it is helping all of us. Miih. F. II. Claiik,
735 Chcstor St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wo havo used over ono hundred bottles of your Root Beer,
drinking it winter and sununor. My brothor and myself are
total abstainors, drinking nothing hut Hires' Root HccrT1
Mioiiaki. Kki.i.v, 10 Water St., Walthum, Mass., U. S. A."
IIobrox Drug Compaxv
Bexsox, Smith & Company
Hollisteu Druo Company,
Lewis & Company
Beware of Bacteriated Waterl
Drinking water should bo boiled and filtered.
The Only Reliable Water Filter is the Slack fit
Brownlow. Thev aro mado on scientific principles. They
aro accessible in all parts and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LD
CORNER FORT A MERCHANT STREETS.
BY A. JAPANESE MAN AND WIFE,
uuod cooks ami understand how tu
hunille sowing machine, willing to make
themselves uonerally useful. AUoumnfor
store, slio U bright aud Intelligent, can
read and write English. Address
ui.i "P.O. iioxaw."
- New Goods!
Net for Dresses !
Ltd. . . .
etui be readily cleaned.
Pure Guava & Poha Jelly
Put up by Miw, A. P. JONE.
I'JIS Agents, Queen btreet. lm