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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 13, 1895.
1.00 AL AT7S GENERAL NKWfl
Tho Board of Health met this
A woodworker is wnntod by tho
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
A gold pin with a bangle has been
found anil handod ovor to tho dotoc
Mystio Lodge. No. 2.1cl of P., will
moot this evening at 7:150 o'clock at
its hall on King slroot.
A Japaueso acrobat is shown in
tho kinotoscope to-day. To-morrow
a blacksmith shoeing a horse will bo
Dollars to doughnuts Deputy
Marshal Brown will bo prouder of
tho Bulletin's poetry than of the
Star's portrait (1).
There will bo a mooting of OQicor
Oroen's squad, Citizou's Guard, at
tho Mutual Tolophono Company's
ofllce this eveniug.
A batch of fifty-sovou rebels will i
be brought up for trial before tho
Court-martial aftor tho conclusion ,
of tho present trial.
Tho purse of money presented to I
tho native police by tho citizens of
Honolulu will bo distributed to ,
them at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
aud Nuuanu streets, lodging by day, i
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
couts per night; $1 aud $1.25 per j
Although tho rebellion has boon
suppressed more than a month, it is
hardor for a reporter to see the
Marshal now than to find tho elixir
Squad No. 8, Citizens' Guard, have
olectod tho following officers: F. J.
Lowrey, sergeant; Theo. F. Lansing,
H. F. Wichman, E. Kopko and C. F.
Demurrer in Nahaololua vs. Kaa
ahu was argued and submitted be
fore Judge Coopor to-day by Hart
well for plaintiff and Johnson and
Achi for defendant.
Squad 9. Citizens' Ouard, has '
elected tho following officers: Jona
than Shaw, Borgeantj J. J. Carden,
J. M. Tracy, Henry Smith and Clar
ence L. Crabbe, corporals.
Chester Adolphus Doyle, his
friends think, ought to come iu for
a present to reward ins valorous
conduct as a courier in the late war. !
An electric shirt stud with a rod
light would hit him nicely.
United Carriage 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 wagonotte.
Q. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker aud tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re-!
coive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to bf the same as dnue (
in factory. I
Lieutenant Holi, of tho polico
force, who was injured during tho
conflict at Bertelmann's premises on
Jan. 6, is in harness again. He ap
peared in tho ranks during tho pre
sentation to Senior Captain Farkor
yesterday for the first time, siuco he
H. G. Biart has removed from
King street to tho store of Chris
Clnrif T7nrf. ntrnf. T'hnrn La will
repair watches and mako souvenir
spoons anujoweiry oi overy uescrip -
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wounor & Co. ton
year?, ho noods no pulling.
t t iir, ii i ' i -i
John W. Carrol , charged with as-
sault with a doadlv weapon, to wit.
a pistol, on tho person of his brother-
m-lnnr nrna rnl.inaiifl Irnm miatnrlv
a piatoi, on tuu iiunuu oi u13 uroinor-
m'1iaW' cWr,l0ard ffmi 0U8tndy
under S1000bon,l8 yesterday after -
noon. W. W. Wright and Gus Schu -
mau aro tho
J. A. Ma-1
goon will uoiouu tho young man.
Tho man who was shot is all right
Mrs. Keimouschuoidor has intro -
duced a now raro variegated carua-
tion which she has uamed tho Ha
waiian Flag. It combines tho colors
beautifully, tho petals boing finoly
marked with magonta streaks and
spots on pink ground. Tho (lower
is full and perfect calyx not burst
ing. This now variety is suro to
win the admiration of all lovors of
flowers, both for its beauty and
Complaints havo reached tho Mar
shal about bad conduct ou tho part
of some members of tho night
mounted patrol. It is roportod somo
of tho men havo jumped ovor foncos
and attempted to enter private
houses. If such roports aro corrobo
rated tho offenders will doubtless
get their walking tickets suddouly.
They would, if loft on tho force,
bring disreputo upon what is gonor
ally a goutlomauly body of men.
YOUNG PORTUGUESE THIEF.
Beglna With Chicken Stealing and
Advances to Bnoak Thlovory.
During tho oxcitomont causod by
tho firo at tho Opora Houso yester
day morning, tho room of ouo of the
guests at tho Hawaiian Hotel was
entered and a fine pair of shoes was
takon. Ouo of tho employees no
ticed a Portuguese boy issuing from
tho hostelry and suspicion was
thrown on him. Detective Larson
was notifiod and located the culprit
at 0:80 o'clock yesterday evening at
Kaakopua. After boiug subjected
to a rigid examination tho boy con
fessed his guilt and indicated tho
place whore tho boots wore to tho
detective. This morning an officer
accompaniod tho boy to Makiki,
uenr tho old baseball grounds, and
in a houso owned by a relative of
the culprit wero found tho shoos,
hidden under a bed. Tho boy, whoso
name is Frank Gouveia, was charged
with larcouy. Ho is tho same lad
who figured in a Makiki chickon
larcouy in tho District Court somo
BOLD MIDNIGHT THIEF.
Goes Vluough a Lodging Houso
and Rlilos Fockots,
i Tho new lodging houso on tho
corner of Uoretania and Fort streets
l was gono through by a thief botweou
tho hours of ouo and two o'clock on
1 Tuosday morning. Thothief made
' no attempt to conceal his presence,
1 but walked through tho hallway un-
dor protenco of being ouo of the
lodgors. Tho room of Mr. Hegg, an
I artist and visitor here, was entered
and $16 takon from his pocket. After
doing doing this tho thief walked
' into another room and took $2 out
1 of another man's pockets. Thoso of
tho tenauts who happouod to bo
i awake wero under the impression
that the nocturnal prowler was ono
1 JL IUU lUUfUlO IIUU WIS 4f fUtVlU-
lar notico of tho disturbance until
I noxt moruing, whon the persons who
i wero robbed announcod their losses.
This recalled the early morning in
cident. DEVOTED TO EXILE.
Ibroo Well-known Foreign Residents
Tako th Option of Banishment
Fred. Wundenborg, Jamei Brown
and O. L. Ritman, prisoners of state,
hnrn hnnn rnlnnsnd Irnm inil with.
out trial on parole, it boinc under
stood that oach ono of them shall
leave the country at the earliest
I opportunity, not to return except
' upon a permit from the Minister of
Foroign Affairs. Ritmau will likely
marry his aOlanced ono. and make
his ezilo a honoymoon trip to the
United States. Wundenborg, being ;
of original British nationality, will i
go to the Australasian colonies. :
Brown goes to the Unitod States. '
Thero is no punishment of banish
ment in the treason law, but certain
prisoners aro said to havo boon givou ,
the choice of standing their trial by i
court-martial or leaving the coun
FIVE YE AIIS IN JAIL.
Thirteen Bobols Kecoivo their Sen
tence at Oahu Prison.
Marshal Hitchcock ibis forenoon
took into custody, from tho military
authorities, tho following-named
thirteen prisoners of war, convicted
oi treason. I heir sentences were
I announced to them at Oahu Frison,
1 being imprisonment at haul labor
J for five yoars. The statutory fine of
$5000 had boon imposed by tho
I Court-martial, but remittod by Frosi-
dent Dole. Tho list is as follows:
Patrick L Johu Mahuko Ko.
im t: ! v i..i it.
p. , Kn'0 Pllualua Samuol Kala.
l '. ' -. I . n
p. , K lllualua. Samuel Kala -
' 1". Kilohana. Manuel Kuhio. Henry
1 Mab s&mml K, Knioa Nakaikua-
1 i.jn ' i mnm p,irfl
bine aud Tom Fedro.
Tf vmi irnnt trt lintr n rnnllv tmm
cioc or wateh at oast prfcos in.
I BP00t, tho stock of Brown x Kuboy.
1 at.N',1i Mawmlo Templo; there you
will find tho largest variety in Ho-,
iiolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly aud
monthly payments. Browu & Kuboy
mako a specialty of rubbor stamps.
Woodworker Wanted !
$4.00 por Day?
C- Only Mechanics need apply
HawilUn Carrie M'I'g Co.,
12D2-U No. 70 Queon stroet.
EDISON'S KINETOSOOPE !
OK TEN (10) CENTS YOU CAN SEE
tno ureutust Jiuryei oi science.
TO-DAY "Tho lioilng Cats."
trtur- Suhjeuts changed dally ut
it Comimny's, Hotol street
hours: 0 a. h. to U r. m.
Daily Bulletin 60 cents per month.
DAY, February 9th, and1
continuing for one week wc
will hold the la no est iihm
NANT sams of the skason.
At the nriee-i wo are asking
every piece will be sold. Read
what follows and kindly bear
it in mind.
Goes far toward establish
ing the standing of a business
house in any community, and
the good-will and patronage
we have had during the last
forty years indicate, not only
that wc have the popular
approval, but that those
who have dealt with us have
been eminently satisfied with
And retain patronage more
by the excellence of quali
ties fthown and our reason
able lMtiOES than by prcpos-
terous claims of selling goods
below cost, etc.
As wc have said before that
when you pay less for goods
than wc ask lor them you get
an inferior quality.
Cany a stock of dry goodn
that is complete in every
sense, from the lowest priced
goods to the most luxurious
made, we make a specialty of
the highest grade, and exclu
sive designs of the most rc-
. "d accepted styles.
Worth your while always
in making purchases to look
, t our stock before deciding, .
I T , , . &:
If WC have what you want
you will certainly ouy it, it
quality and price arc any con
B. F. FSQLKRS fc CO.
By J as. F. morgan.
LAND AT AUCTION.
fX SATUIIDAY. FED.
lfl, 1S95, AT 12
J o'clock noon, at tho
of Jas. !'. Morgan, will be sold thoso Pre
mises at Kaumakaplli. Mono ulii, Oahu.
anil more particularly described in deed of
William CI. Achl to Ana Momona Kama!
el al, dated 1st April, IhtU and rccoidcd In
Liber OS, prce 173, containing an area of
1 '25U2 square feet, tncethor with Three Hutld
lugs thrrcun. Those Peiules g ve to
buyers n very gnod investment after very
utile ropnirs to tno nonscs. lino pcrieat.
aja) For further particulars, apply to
A. P. l'KIKKSON and
WILLIAM O. ACHI,
Attorneys for tho Owners
Honolulu, Dec 29, lb!)l.
AINA MA KE KUDALA.
TA. KA 1'OAONO, KKI1. in, 1MW, MA
lfX kit Mora 12 iiwnkea, c kual la aku ana
ma ke Kudala nkc.i, ma ka Knml Kudala
o Jas. T. Morcan. keht nmu Apana Alna o
, fiTo i f ,,?i koiunakai, II ifonohUii.
' o.hu .1 hooakk"?a u jlilena ma ka
miala kj.al a William d Achl la Ana
Momona K-iniol mu, I liana la i ka la 1 o
Atinrtlu 1UStn it kfi.taln mi. kit Tlnkft 0M '
noao IT:), n ma Iu ulna he 2.72 kapual ill, i
mu na Halo hot Kkolu u leu la inaluna o ka
alna. A lona ana i ka mea nualmaihe
ukiniftiieu inalkni no ke dalu mahoDo o ka
liana hou una 1 na hale. He malkal ko ,
No na mea 1 kon. e nliuu in
A. V. I'KTEUBON n mo.
WILLIAM 0. AOHI,
Lolo do na Ona o ku Ainu.
Honolulu, Deo. 21, 18'X. 12ii0-5t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOUItNKD ANNUAL
Mooting of the Stockholders of the
Waianab Co., held this day, the following
gentlemen were elected to servo during the
e turning year:
H, A. Wlilemauu President,
U. N.WIlox Vice-President,
J. M. powett. HecKtary it Treasurer,
F. W. Mucfurlane Auditor
Honolulu, Fell 11, IS'W.
mouths old with
no hrand, whlto K'rip on
foreheail, lleward will
ho givou. Enquire nt
New Goods! - :
JUST OPENED AT
520 Fort St, - - HCorLolxliJL
I .ATEST NOVELTI ES :
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In similes of Tan In all sizes.
Just the thing for rld'ng or (or thort people. We have them In all sizes.
New Hand Bags, New Buckles,
Now Jet Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
What Shall We Drink?
When tho rays of Old Sol are boiling down at u ninety de
gree rate, tlio nir like the breath of a furnaco and everything
hot, dry aud dusty, tho uutural desiro of tho average human is
to drink. But, what to drink? Thcro's tho question.
The serious elFect of an ovcr-iudulgcnco iu ico water is well
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gassy beverages are known
to bo more or less injurious to the health, while tho mineral
waters of known purity and hcalthfulnces aro a luxury beyond
tho reach of but few. What shall we drink?
A bcvorngo to meet tho requirement?, must, iltni of all, bo
nlMoliitely pure and non-alcoholic. It should possees a incdi
ciiml clement to counteract tho cfl'ccts of tho heal aud keep tho
blood pure and tho stomach healthful. In order to be palat
able and refreshing, it should bo sparkling and eficrvcsccnt.
Last but not least, it mu&l bo economical and within the reach
of all. A bovcrago that fully meets all of tho above require
ments and one that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIRES HOOT I1EER, manufactured by tho Chas. K. Hikea
it Co., of Philadelphia, U. S. A. Thin preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities aud pronounced by them to be
free from any deleterious substance and absolutely non-alcoholic ;
whilo all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appctuing lluvor, is full of snap, sparkle aud
cHervcscenco, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A packago from your Btorokcoper will mako ilvo gallons of
this grout temperance drink. Truly it answers tho question
What shall wo drink? There are many substitutes and imita
tions ot HIKES' KOOT BEER offered for sale which should bo
"Wo have used your Root Uccr for over a year and Unit it
delicious and healthful. Wo would not like to bo without 'it a
single day. Wo find it is helping all of us. Mits. F. JI. Claick,
7:i.ri Chester St., Oakland, Cab, U. S. A."
"Wo havo used over ono hundred bottles of your Root Ueor,
drinking it winter aud summer. My brother nnd myself aro
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Deer.
Miciiaki. Kui.lv, 10 Water St., Waltham, Mass., U. S. A."
IIomtoN Diiua Oomianv
Benson, Smith & Company
HOLLIBTER DltUQ COMPANY,
Lewis & Company Grocers
Beware of Bacteriated Waterl
Drinking water should bo boiled and filtered.
Tho Only Reljahle "Water Filter is the Slack k
BroWQlOW. They aro made
aro accessible in all parts and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., ID
CORNER FORT A MERCHANT STREETS.
BY A JAPANESE MAN AND WIFE,
good cooks ami understand how to
hniidiu neulug machine, willing to make
i tueiuseiVHS generally usmii. Aiinmanior
rend and wrlto Knglibli Atlilress
- New Goods!
LTD. . . .
on scientific principles. They
can be readily cleaned.
Pore Guaya&Poria Jelly
Put up hy Mu-.. A. P. JONES.
I JJI5 Agents, Queen Strett, lm