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THE DAILY BULLET.IN, FEBRUARY 13, 1895.
Ttu iituUi -a tUt tin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Jlut listaltishtd for the llnxtfil if All.
WEDNESDAY, FEU. 13 1.5.
13y tho latest accounts tho gold
reservoof tho Uuitod States Treasury
nmoiiuts to about a dollar a head for
tho whole population.
It is gratify tug to read of tho Ken
tucky authorities taking strenuous
measures to suppress tho disgrace of
mob ritlo in that Statu.
What ono shot from a big gun
will do in modern naval warfaro is
illustrated by a statement olsowlioro
about how tho Chineo warship
Plug-Yuen was front to join MeGiuty.
reporter had drawn part of tho
matter from other sources than tho
one credited: '
Honolulu, Fob 13, 1895. '
Editor of the Bulletin: '
Ploaso stato that tho articlo copied
from a San Francisco paper, pub
lished by you on tho 12th, purport-
lug to bo an interview with me, was ,
not such in fa't, atid contains many (
statoments which do not express my
views. Tho wholo articlo was tiu
Hospectfully vours, I
El M. Hatch, i
Jiig tonus can learn a deal from
little towns in public spirit, just as
men may take lesrous from tho ant
aud tho bee. An article about cheap
telephones at Stamford, New York,
in this paper is in evidence.
Come now, somebody got in mo
tion for having tho Opera House re
built. Honolulu is now iu a fierce
light, equal to that which beats
about a throne, aud cannot afTord
to get a world's votdict that it is
While the Opera House was belch
ing out ilames aud smoke, the Ha
waiian band was playing joyous airs
on tho Executive building grounds
opposite It sounded rather in
congruous atid suggested to many
pooplo tho incident of Noro's fid
dling while Homo was burning.
There is a bill pending iu tho
Missouri Legislature making it a
misdemeanor, punishable by from $5
to $50 fine, for anyone giving an ex
hibition of, teaching or practising
mesmerism or hypnotism iu the
State. Should this measuro pass it
will provout in Missouri tho adultera
tion of justice with tho mummory of
occult practices, which unfortunate
ly has been inaugurated in other
places whou tho authorities are baf
fled iu criminal prosecutions by
honest aud rational mothods.
If an incendiary burned the Ope
ra House, nobody will ask for len
iency for him, if detected, whou ho
is brought boforo the Military
Commission. Fire not only at
tacks property buf menaces life,
aud there is no oxteutlatiou
for its employment a a weapon
outsidu of tho nocossities or ex
pediencies of actual aud recognized
war. Any act of revenge undor pros
ont circumstances would indicate
that rebellion still exists, aud thus
greatly prejudice tho interests of all
the prisoners of war, either as to
their legal defonses or their gonoral
status iu public opinion.
Facts are stubborn things, and
facts may upsot calculations on tho
next presidential election in the
Uuitod States. Au item olsowhoro
from tho Now York World shows
how Amoricau manufacturers, in
stead of boing hurt by tho now
lariir, are making great foreign con
quests on tho strongth of ovon tho
slight advnuco made toward free
trade. Possibilities if not probab
ilities should iudicato tho folly of
having tho cause of annexation in
Hawaii pinned to tho coat tails of
any party in tho Uuitod Statoo. Tho
propaganda of tho cause ought to
cultivate both parties there, aud if
possible make tho causo accoptod
there as a patriotic Amoricau issuo
unaffected by party contingencies.
COFFEE LANDS 8ELL WJ5U.. '
Hon Than Upsot Fricos Ruallzod nt
James H. Boyd, clerk in tho In
terior office, conducted tho salo of a
number of lots in Kamaualili, Ha
hoahaua, Faaua aud Laupnhoohoe
at noon to-day at tho Executive
building. Tho lots were fine coffee
lands ami the prices realized were
abovo the upsot price, although bid
dors woro fow. The lands wore near-,
ly all bought by people residont in '
Hawaii. They appointed agents in i
town with instructions which lots
they woro to purchase. Tho coffee
planting industry jcotb to be still
ratnpaut on Hawaii by tho way
coffee lauds ate selling. '
THEKT OF VALUABLES.
IIouso of Mr. Dowaolt Entered by a
Detective Larson aud his minions i
aro busily engagod on a rocnt rob
bery at tho residonce of J. I. Dow
sett at Palama. Tho house was on
tered botween 5 and 8 o'clock iu the
evening, while the family was absent I
from homo. From tho apartment of '
Mrs. Phoebe Makeo, daughter of Mr.
Dowsott, a gold watch and chain
with initials, and a sword breastpin
with a diamond and pearl in it, woro
abstracted. The articles aro groatly
raluod by Mrs. Makoe, tho watch be
ing a presont from her mother in
1881. Tho dotectives have no clue !
to tho burglary. !
Shot Doad by Maakod Mon.
Near Marietta, Indian territory,
Kubo Barp, a farmer, was called to
his door at a late hour by threo
mounted men, and boforo ho could
recognizo them was shot doad. Tho i
murderers escaped. No clow as to ,
their identity or motive is known.
Exporting the Oold.
Sevou hundred thousand dollars
iu gold was on Jan. 21 withdrawn ,
from tho Now York Sub-Treasury, .
SGOO.OOO of it being for export. This
loaves tho truo amount of tho gold
The oxposuro to all sorts aud con- J
ditions at weathor that a lumberman j
is called upon to endure in tho
camps often produces severe colds '
which if not promptly chocked, ro-
suit iu congestion or pneumonia.
Mr. J. O. Davenport, ex-manager of
1 tho Fort Bragg Redwood Co., an
I immense institution at Fort Bragg, I
! Cal., says they sell largo quantities
of Chamberlain's Cough Romody at ,
tho company's store aud that ho has ;
himself used this remedy for a sovore i
cold and obtaiued immediate reliof.
, This modieino prevents any tendency
of a cold toward pneumonia and in-1
sures a prompt rocovery. For sale
by Bousou, Smith Co., Agents for
the Hawaiiau Islands.
If your subscription has expired how
( a anad time In re.nnn it
ROOMS AND BOARD.
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mm nt unmwni, on tno Wul
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Improvements, with Stable, i
Darn ami Servants' Ituoin i
on premises, on Klnau street, one block
irom norsu-cars. ror particulars apply to
N. S. SAOH8, I
12.VJ t( 620 Kort street. .
In tho following note tho Miuistor
of Foreign Affairs repudiates an al
logod interview with him by tho
San Francisco Chrouiclo republish
ed iu this paper. It gavo tho arti
clo some degree of plausibility that
it expressed sentiments hold by
mauy pooplo iu Honolulu on tho
Japauoso question, although it did
have about it a flavor of uxoossivo
candor for a high diplomatic official
which, to say tho loast, was calcu
lated to arouse a suspicion that tho
rpHE "ALMA COTTAGE"
jl nt me terminus oi tne
tramcars, Walklkl, Lot has,
a (rontaue on the sou suit
able (or bathing purposes. The House Is
commodious, situated on a well Improved
lot containing Fruttand Ornamental Trees.
For particular inquire ot
1210-lm G. K. BOAHDMAN.
JL premises situate on tho
enstsWoo! the old Maklkl
playground, formerly occu-
llled bv A. Gurtcnb('ri. Km. Tim tiiiiiil.
idrs are modern and commodious and the
spacious rounds aro Mil out In fruit and
ornamental trees. Easy terms to n tleslra
bio tenant. For further particulars pleabo
apply to MIUOK OAHTWKIUHT.
j0 AL. i
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 you 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 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 off all sorts of the very best
and we have arranged the price
to suit your purpose.
In BaSSlffiSOTiSr JKll"Il
1 uwyfrnfrym i'MWm
H. H. H
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-i-jiii 11. 11. 11. itoraa Llnlmont pntu
now llfo into tho AntlnQAtnl Jlorsol
for tho taut It .years tho II. H. II. llonw
Liniment luu boon thn lotyllng remwlr
amonn farmers and Htockmon for tho
euro nt Hnraltw. UrmW BtllT Joints,
Bimlns, Vlii!itil, Horo ghouhtos, etc.,
5ndf"r lamlly Uho Is without an equal
for Uheumatlxm. Nrnralula, AcIips, I'alns,
,'!,nil, 'nts and Hrralnii of all charactors.
Ill" II. II. II. Liniment ha many imita
tion, ami wo caution tho lMbllo to sco
tliat tho Trndo .Mark " II. II. II." is on
every Ilutllo hnfom pnrchanlni?. For salo
n.nnnpli.pit ti.m f.n n..i ...! . .1.1 .
WHA.T OTHERS SA.Y :
San Johk, Jan. 27, 1803, Certificate of JJlood 8pavin. Iu justico to tho
proprietor ot "Tho Colobratod H. II 11 Homo Mmlirino D. D. T., 1868," I
will eny that I have u-ctl it to good vatidfaction, and can rcconimeud it to
tliOHO keoping horded uh au invaluahle niudiome, and I boliovo it to bo equal
to what it is recommended ; and I have not known ita cqu il ua nn eztornal
remedy, for I have ul-o used it to good etrer-t for rheumatism upon myself.
J. O. PHIITS.
This is to certify that I saw tho abovo e.i-e, and it was ono of tho worst
I spavins I ever saw. I did not believe that the b'.ood spavin could bo cured,
1 but I would ncktiowlcil.yo that I was iniotnken, and am willing to recom
, mend "Tho Celebrated II H. II. Horse Medicine D. D. T., 1808," superior
to anything I ever had any knowledge of as a horse medicine.
Mil. D. Doiioi: ToMLi.vao.v Dear Sir: For tho information of tho public
I and in justico Jo your valuable horse medicine, "Tho Celebrated II. II. H.
1 Horse Modioino I). 1). T., 1808," I wou'tl state that I have used it to full
i satisfaction on a mare of mine that had an enlargement of tho fotlock joint,
1 which was at least ono third larger than beforo it got hurt; and of a hard
callous lump, aud her leg nUo much larger. The above medicine removed
tho enlargement, and otherwise performed a perfect cure.
I alto know of its curing blood spavin in different cases among my neigh
bors' horses, which were very bad aud incurable by all who saw them; and I
havo full confidence in the abovo preparation, and hear it spoken of by
others as equal to what it has been recommended, aud can recommend it to
others with full confidence of its great worth, aud that it performs all cures
without injury to tho growth of the hair, does not change tho color of tho
hair, and leaves tho limb smooth and clean.
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