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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 14, 1895.
She -ZUiiiii ilUtin.
Pledged to ifUhtr S(ct ncr Party,
hut Eitahlhhed for the llnuflt ("Alt.
THURSDAY, FEB, 11 15.
An alarm has boon. raised iu Call
foruia about new plant diseases and
ppsts coming from tho Oriont, and,
according to a report copied in
this paper from tho Examiner,
Hawaii has eeut an oratigo scale over
There are a number of prisouors
of the rebellion who hold important
private trusts as executor, adminis
trators, guardians, etc. Some of
those, it is said, are among Iho ones
to bo sent out of tho country. It
is important that an opportunity
should bo afforded all such to have
all their affairs adjusted before thoy
depart. Otherwise, innocent per
sons may suffer.
By placing an armed guard over
tho ruin of the Opera House, tho
Government woidd seem to have
taken tho responsibility for tho walls.
A danger one ought to have boon
established around tho building
equal to several feet more than its
height. This would have closed
Mililnni street mid mado A Hon hall
vacant. Tho walls or parts of thorn
fouud to bo dangerous ought also
to have boon demolished.
the Moeauixo CLUB.
Iusocts Strip a Vessel of Its Sails to
Mako Overalls. (
They woro all tolling mosquito
stories at the Inter-Island Co.'s
wharf ouo evening last week when
one particularly audacious man said: ,
"Oh, that's nothing. I was off the
coast at Barnegat last summer on a ,
fihiug tripj and while wo woro on
deck early in tho evening, smoking ;
and chatting, a great cloud of mos
quito, all of thorn monstrous bird, '
camo out from tho shore and settloU
on tho boat, and do yi.u know that
in fifteen minutes they had stripped (
it of every inch of canvas and loft
tho masts bare as beanpoles."
They held up their hands in de
precation at this tale, when another
of tho party exclaimed: "Well, don't '
bo astonished. I can vouch for that. '
It was only a week after that I was
on a trip along the coast whon tho
same swarm of mosquitos came after
Tho first speaker didn't seem to
appreciate this unexpected support,
for ho muttored: "Humph! They
did, oh? Well, how did you know
they woro tho same mosquitos, oh?"
"How did I know?" ropoatod tho
other, with a chuckle. "How did I
know? "Why, thoy all had on can
TAKEN HE OATH.
Soveral Late Frisonors of War and
It. N. Boyd Swear Fidelity.
Hiram Kaaha, ouo of tho discharg
ed prisoners of tho rebellion, took
tho oath t tho Constitution this
morning. Ho claims ho was not in
tho rebellion, and his acquittal es
tablishes his inuocoiice. kaaha was
a captain iu tho army of tho mon
archy. Others who havo taken 'the oath
sinco last report are: J. Fornaudez,
Portuguese; James T. Stewart, Brit
ish: Oiivor Wharton, John Thomas
and Jamos Alex. Joseph, American,
and Win. Abbey, Jr., British; John
Ahsiag, John Inch, J. L. Olohia,
Uoorgo (Jypuor, John Alakaui and
Kahoa James. Tho five last are all
discharged prisouors of tho rebel
lion, who came to tho Clark's oflico
of tho Judiciary Department in a
crowd tuis altornoou,
Doclslon ou Demurrer Matters
Judgo Cooper has sustained tho
demurrer iu Nahaolelua ot al. vs.
Kaaahu ot al., ou tho grouud that
the supplemental bill does not show
tho interests of thodofeudnutn other
than Kaaahu in tho laud in dispute.
Plaintiffs may havo leave to amend
if they apply therefor within five
days. Achi and Johnson for plain
tills; Ilartwell for defendants.
Pipiauu, widow, potitious for let
ters of administration on the estate
of Antonti Pedro, to issuo to Cecil
Brown. Tho estate is valued at
SIGOO, and consist's of a st ek farm at
Xext of kin of Ah Hoy, a minor,
are called to appear before tho Cir
cuit Court ou tho 15lh of March, to
show caue, if any thoy have, why
tho petition of Charles Luca. guardf
an, to sell real estate of the ward
should not bo granted.
1 Kauiku, tho policeman who shot
at a Chinaman at Punaluu, Koolau
loa, lat August, has been granted a
uew trial by tho Supromo Court, on
tho grouud of misconduct of two of
Tho exposure to all sorts and con
ditions of weather that a lumberman
is called upon to endure iu the
camps often produces severe colds
which if not promptly checked, re
sult iu congestion or pneumonia.
Mr. J. O. Davenport, ex-manager of
tho Fort Bragg Redwood Co,, an
immense institution at Fort Bragg,
Cal., says thoy sell largo quantities
of Chamberlain's Cough Itemed al
the company's store and that ho Inn
himself used this remedy for a severe
cold and obtaiued immediate relief.
This medicine prevents any tondoucy
of a cold towaid pneumonia and in
sures a prompt recovery. For sale
by Benson, Smith Co., Agents for
the Hawaiian Islands.
'Woodworker Wanted !
$4.00 per Day
Only Mediant not apply
Haw ill; ii Carilr) MTg Co.,
No 70 Qucn street.
IN THE CIUOUIT COUIIT OF THE
l''lrt Circuit, Hnwnllnn Island", in
l'roliitte at Clin iiiliera. In the mutter of
tlin eiinte ot All Hoy, minor. Order to
show cause on application of guardian to
sell wurd's ral estate On rc-aillng niul
HlliiK' the petition of Charles Lucas, the
guardian of tho property ot said Ah Hoy,
minor iirayinj- for on order of sale of cer
tain real e-datu liclonaltiK to said ward, bo
ing one undivided half of tho piece of land
Kltuiito Iu Kallhl containing 28 810 Bipn-e
feet, and conveyed to him and his mother,
I.uika, by deed recorded In the itcghter
Olllco, In i.Ibor 102, p. .'il7, the same being
a portion of land described in Itoyal Patent
Z'W, and petting forth certain logal rea&ons
wuy such real estate should busold, to wit:
for the imrpco of inrnlHuIng support for
the tald Ah Hoy. It Is hereby ordered,
that tho nnxt of kin of ihe paid ward and
all persons interested In the Mild estate,
appear before this Court on FMDA.Y, tho
i.Hli day of March, A. 1). ISftt, at 10 o'clock
a. m , at tho Court room of this Court, in
Honolulu, Oahu, then and there to show
cause why an order should not bo granted
for the enle of such estate.
Dated Honolulu, H. 1., Feb. 13, 195.
By the Court:
Grocery v Store
3.-. NUUANU STKEET,
otel and King Sir
Between Hotel and King Street, next to
Has opened a First-class Grocery Sloro
as above. He will keep always on hand
tho Host and Freshest
Besides the foregoing, Robert N. , ,, ,
frSiSSu?Tan?a , Amorican and Eogllsh Groceries
in the insurrection of 1881). took tho
oath before Chief Justico Judd a
few days ago.
MEDALS FOB SHOOTING.
Thoy Aro Worn by Soldier Lads
Who Guard tho Bepublic.
Tho ollicors and members of the
National Guard of Hawaii stationed
at the Executive building are sport
ing medals with tho Hawaiian coat-of-arms
ougravod thoroon. Thoy aro
of the sizo of n half-dollar and aro
awarded those who mako good re
cords at shooting matches. Thoro
are brass and silver bars across tho
lower end of tho medals whon bad
records aro mado. Thoso who do
good shooting havo two silver bars
on their medals.
fiaity Jhdletin 60 cents per month.
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please all
Purchases delivered to all narts
of the CIiys
3E"va.tia.al Woleplioaa.o 257.
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
J Timely Jo-pies
1 February 5, 1895.
' The occasioir.il 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
1 past; they seem to have disap-
! paired as effectually as the car
goes of some of the mysterious
crafts that enter the port. But
, they are simply taking a vaca-1
j tion; if you will dig down into i
the soft earth you will find j
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
I positively that the rain will kill
1 the larvae we would imagine
j it would do what nothing else
j has done.
j The Grand Rapids Carpet
I Sweeper is as well known as .
Pears' Soap. For polished or
I covered floors there is nothing
1 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
jit. Four, bits if you don't
I want a handle; six, if you do.
, One of the new lot of Car-1
riage Whips we have, just re-1
I ceived will suit you unless you
' require to have it gold mounted, 1
I in that case it will be done for !
you at the Coast. Ours are really
I good ones for the money; you
I 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
I 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
j from which you may draw
I from. Our assortment is made
I up o(T all sorts of the very best
J and we have arranged the price
to suit your purpose.
L B. Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho
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fliE U. H. II. llorm. Liniment pnls
f now life Into tho Antlqnatnl Hiirml
Jnrtlie A 11 yea tho ll. II. II. Horw)
Liniment luu boon tlm loading romcily
amimK tarmoni and Btockmrn for tllo
euro of Hprnlni. UrnlMw. HlHT Joint,
Bt Jm, WlmliRill, Soro filionlilom, etc.,
and for lamtly Ue In without an conal
for tticnmntUm. Nranlk'la. AcliM,rln,
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"WHAT OTHICR3 SA.TT:
San Josu, J.tn. 27, 1803, Ccrtilloaic of Blood ripavln. In jiutico to tho
propriotor of "Tho Oolabrnlcd II. II II Horse Mlidne 1). 1). T., 1868," I
will eny that I havo n-til it to good niisfact'on, iuil cau roooininond it to
thoso koeping lioreus us un Invnluahlo incdioinu, miti I holicvo it to ho equal
to what it is recommended; and I liiivi nt known its cqiiil iih nn external
remedy, for I havo nho uted it to good ulli-rt for rlipumatram upon mytelf.
J. O. l'UIl'i'H.
This is to certify that 1 saw tho nhovo e.i-o, nnd it was ono of tho worst
spavins I ever saw. I did not believe that the blood spavin could he cured,
but I would iieknowlcduo that I wis mistaken, and am willimr to recom
mend "Tho Celebrated II II. II. Horse Medicine 1). D.T., 18G8," superior
to anything I over had any knowledge of as a horse medicine.
Mn. 1). Down: Tomlinhos Dear Hir: For tho information it tho public
tuul hi juatico to your vuliiiiblo hortu medicine, "Tho Celebrated II. II. II.
Horse Mcdicino D. 1). T., 18(58," I would btato that I havo used it to full
satirfactiou on a maro of mine that hud un enlargement of the fetlock joint,
which was, at least ono third larger than before it got hurt; and of u hard
callous lump, und her leg uUo much larger. Tho abovo mcdicino removed
tho enlargement, and olherwit-o performed a perfect euro.
I uUo know of its curing blood spavin in difl'erent cases among my neigh
bors' horses, wh'ch wcro vtry b.id and incurable by all who saw them j and I
havo full confidence iu the abo) preparation, and hoar it spoken of by
osiers us equal to what it lm been recommended, and can recommend it to
others with full conlidenco of its great worth, and that it performs nil cures
without injury to tho growth of the hair, does not change tho color of tho
hair, und leaves tho limb smooth and clean.
YOU J IAD BETTER TRY IT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
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