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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 15, 1895.
X.OOAX AND OEKKBAI NKWB
Tho dredgo is doing good work
noar Brewer 8 wharf.
Fred. Wuudeuborg will go to the
United States instead of tho Colo
nies. Tho Horubeckor and Murphy
Fight" is shown in tho kinotosuopo
to-day. It is true to life.
A handsomo inlaid table mado by
C. B. D wight is engaged in laying !
a curbing of granito stone on '
Hotel and Fort streets, around the :
promises owned by II. A. Widemann. '
It will greatly improvo the appear
ance of the proporty. The now side
walk will border tho Pantheon
Saloon and Club Stablos.
I' New Goods! -:- New Goods!
JUST OPENED AT
II. O. Biart has
King street to tho
Oortz, Fort streot.
repair watches and
store of Chris
Thero ho will
a local mechanic is exhibited in tho , and , , of ovo duscri
raoiuo iiaruwaro v.o.s store. . lon 1Iavf bQ lho ,,rnctlcal
W. G. Irwiu Si Co., L'd, are having watchmaker .for Wonnor k Co. ten
tho ceiling of their oiliees frescoed Jars, ho neotls no pulhug.
by Mr. Sehloth, tho scouic artist. ,. , tT ..r
J By an orror tho namo of II V.
Tho U. S. S. Philadelphia's foot- Schmidt appeared in tho court-mar-ball
team is practising noar the now tial report as consul for Sweden and
fish market building every evening. Norway. Ch. S. Weight has been
. . " , appointed acting-consul for thoso
An auction sale of general mer-' Cuuutrti?, and been recognized as
chaudise. Japaunsu silks, furniture, g,, tho Hawaiian aovorumeut
etc., will bo hold at 10 o clock to- nml also by tho Swedish and Nor-
morrow by L. J. Levey. wegian Govorumouts.
A now brick building now adorns
tho lot on tho corner of lCekauliko
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect, tho stock of Brown ii Kuboy,
at No. i. Majouic Temple; thoro you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly paymouts. Brown fc Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
HONORING THEIR CHIEFS.
DAY, February 9th, and
continuing for one "vkek wo
Will ho!tl tilts IiAltOEST IlkM
NANT SALK of tho SKASON.
At tho prices wo aro asking
cvory piece will bo sold. Road
what follows and kindly boar
it in mind.
Goes far toward establish-'
ing tho standing of a business
house in any community, and
tho good-will and patronage
wo havo had during the la?t
fortv years indicate, not only
Unit wo havo tho popular. Xow Hand Bags,
approval, but that those
who have dealt with us have
been eminently satisfied with
And retain patronage more
and Hotel streets, in tho neighbor
hood of tho notorious Capo Horn.
Gus Hammer is still acting pur-voyor-gouoral
for the police depart
ment, and has his commissariat wa
gon distinguished by a greon light.
Mechanics' Homo.- corner Hotel
aud Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 aud 50
cunts tier niuht: 1 and $1.25 per
week. Presentations by tho Polico to tho by the EXOKLLKNOR OF QUALI
Handsome frames for war photo-, Marshal and Doputy rrn.:s hh0vn and our hEASON-
graphs aro being supplied by the , Marall,i I3. G Hitchcock was ABLK PRICKS than by prepos-
nasCnow SS Sv of its iead. , afirooa,bly furp,ri,si.,d Vlis ,u!?rnl;,B ' teroiw claims of selling gools
lias now goous in many oi us leau- wuen no ontorc(l his office at tho Bo- ' . . nnat. . b
1UB llB0S- ! lico Station. Ho arrived at 8:15 1 bl'low cost ctc
The sleeping apartment of a for-' o'clock, and on entoring was mot by WE REPEAT
oiguer was entered last night aud a Deputy Marshal Brown, Senior Cap- , . . .. . f .. .
nurse containing money was sUleu. Jain Kqbft Parker. W. H. Rice, Afl L 1M0 Said UUOlt mat
hobborieshavobeen rathorfreqiieiitiCaPt,a'Dfeoo,lt'1Iook,aaoandl5on.ao' When yoil pay less for goods
recently. "J?91.8 lh. clr,l' okhr, "itaohea tn:m wc aBk for tncm you got
. - , ... of police hoadquartors. lulhoplaco . . ... J a
Saturday that is to-morrow will whore his old desk formerly stood, Ml interior quality.
boagroatdayatJ. J. Egan's storo. t the Marshal noticed a handsomo , WITTfM WE
Tim ipnn in nnna. will !. t It n liltr- 1.1 Jl. A II- II !.. HUIUU ""
u ""' . !" " "" " "'i now loiuiug- uesK. un mo wan in
gost tumble siuco tho Opora Houso tuo roar of tho Marshal's chair hung
wall fell. an elegant framo, encasing an on-
Rniiail ft nitfeunn' fl.innl. nluntnil Crossed COPY of tllO following tostl-
tho following officers: T. B. Murray, monlal and signatures of tho donors
sorgoant; Charles Liud, D.H.Davis, of tho desk:
T.P. Sovorin and Goorgo Hawkins, , ,, "Tho unclorslgued, mombors of
corporals. "0 Polico Dopartmout of Honolulu.
.r i iTt.. ii. i wishing to show tho'tr deep rogard
Marshal Hitchcock hsuos an order for Marshal Hitchcock, offer horo-
to have all bills against the polico ' witU these tokens of their esteem.
dopartmout, contracted botwoeu Tiii Hmv nnri.u mnt nf ti...
Jau. 0 and Feb. 14, presented to him character of utility makes them, wo IT IS
bororo tho mk inst. believe, appropriate to one whoso Worth your whilo Jl'wiys
Georgo Arnot aud wife aro tho j example of tireless energy in ho ; . milk:nwJnilrall.w,s to i0l,
only passengers booked at tho office ' Performance or arduous duties has " malting pit Cll.lSLS tO lOOK
of V. G. Irwin & Co. to leave for appealed so closely and constantly ' at our stock beforo dccidltlff.
. v . . - ti Mm atilortri 1na ' v n
1ST. S. SACHS'
520 Fort St, - - HonolixL-u..
I . ATEST NO VELTI ES :
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stocking In shades of Tun In nil sires.
Just tho thlnu; for rldlpj; or for short people. We have them In all aires.
Now Jet Trimmings, Now Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
What Shall We Drink?
Carry a slock of dry goods
that is comnleto in overv
t ! - L.X I !. ....!..J
seube, lioiu me luwesi jhicuu
goods to the most luxurious
i mado, wo make a specialty of.
i the highest grace, and exclu
sive designs of tho most re
cent and a cepted styles.
the Colonies by tho S. S. Alameda
now duo from the Coast.
to tho subscribers
Tho illuminated addross is signed
br sevontr five signatures. ropresenU
Mr. Nacayama, Inspector-General ing tho entire force of tho depart
of Japaueso immigrants, lately com-' ment in Honolulu. Tho list is hoad
posod an insubordinate disposition J ed by A. M. Brown, Captains Parker,
among tho thousand Japanese labor- Kanae, Hookauo aud Scott, Larson,
era on Makawoli plantation. , Cordos and tho three lieutenants.
,,.,: -, , . I Tho addross is in a framo of polish-
McCandless Bros, struck wator at ej oac,
515 feet in tho first well bepfun for The Marshal's romarks on rocovor-
Ai u.ov"ruu?out a.t oreiama anu i ing from his Hurpriso wore as follows
foot deoper to increase tho flow.
If wo have what you want
you will certainly buy it, if
quality and price arc any con
sideration. B. F. BIILBRS & CO.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
LAND AT AUCTION.
The Military Commission will
nn ttnft. flnt lfeiianjH 11 lull 'hl 1
to-morrow morning. It is under- no to mako any.
stood a batch of fifty-sovou natives
will bo brought bofore tho Commission.
"Holy smoke, what have you fellows
been up to again!" No speeches
woro mauo. as tno gut oemg wnony an SATUKDAY, FEIl. iff, 18U5. AT 12
unexpected, tho Marshal preferred J oVlock noon, at tho Auction llooius
)t to make any. i ou as. i. .Morgan, win ue som mosorre-
Deputy Marihal Brown was not ?i'"" " SSfffiVi"! "SE2.,u.I"'..2;!I"l
. - VP . 4'll IIIU1D HUlllUIUiir UVJ3V.I1IVV1 U IIVVII Ul
lorgotton. lo was presented witli willlum O. Aehl to Ana Momona Kamhl
Tho librarian of tho Supreme
Court would fool grateful to the
person who took from tho law
library tho first volume of Wallace's j
reports, to return tho same, witbout
Jamos A. Thompson has picked
out a lino baseball nine from mem
bers of the Honolulu Athlotie Asso
ciation. Tho toam will bo known as i
the H. A. A. C. Mahuka will pitch
for tho now nine. j
P. G. Camariuos, the California
Fruit Market mau, was releasod
from jail yesterday evening. Ho j
has been "at homo since," but must i
loavo his Hawaiian homo with other '
foroign homo rulors. I
Deportation of prisouors is tho I
subject of tho Hawaiian Hardware
Co's preludo to to-day's dissertation
in its column. You will bo more in-1
terosted in what follows about cor-1
tain importations of tho company. ,
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho ,
Hawaiian Anuoxation Loaguo at tho I
hall of tho Amoricau Loaguo at 7:80
to-morrow evening. It will bo open '
to tho public, aud all who aro inter-1
osted in tho movement aro invited.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same k done
Hoshima says that Mori camo to
his bou?o and picked a quarrel, in
stead of his going to Mori's houso.
The matter will bo fully ventilated
in court. There was a pending Japa
nese nowspapor libol suit mixed up
with tho troublo.
a handsome chair. It is big onough
for two deputy marshals. The gifts
cost in the neighborhood of $110.
ol at, tinted 1st April, I Mil and recorded in
i.uer us, pgo nn, comaming an area o
'iSfJi simuro feet, feather with Three llutld
Imvers u very K"od Investment after very
Obadlah Buns tho Town.
Hal's heen rfml'n' In the papora
How New York hui mutt run mad.
Lund o' Ooalicul 'Titlntno wonder!
Them darucd Btorlis wan sj bad
That I hurncd them (after retdln');
Keared the hoys might Hod the, trash.
If audi thini;:i once got tcr sprea'dln'
The hull rountry'd uo to smash,
'Taint no kinder use a talkin'
'Twouldn't do down here nohow,
l'or If such thing got ter coin'
Folks would ralsrt a tliuiulerln' row.
Wa an't got no livin' pictures,
Comlu opruH nn1 shows,
Trench balluya an' kickiu' women,
An' don't u u nt tliuin, tho I.'ird knows I
OuroM pArson an't no l'arkliurst,
Hut ho talks tho gospel straight.
An't no dodgln' round tho corners,
An' this hangln' round the gate
1'i.r a chance to sneak In sideways
Whin St. Peter looks uway,
Don't go down with l'arnon Sidelights,
ti ypurre out yoirvo gn ter stsy ;
And in glnernl horo in Itamtown,
Folks are pretty tarnal shy i
How they cut up any didoes,
Want ter kow the reason why?
Wal, tlier lelectmen aro watchlu', :
And what shouldn't ought tor he
Is roportcd to the chairman,
Ohadlah Jones, that's mo, i
When we get onr heads together i
Cussedness an't got no show. I
No, slreel Down here in Hamtown ,
Wo don't need Mls-ter I.ex-ow.
If your subscription has rxpirrd now
i a gnntl h'tii to rnfin il
an area of
es g ve to
Utile repairs to the house'). Title
Utw For further imrtieulars
A. V. l'ElKHSON
WILLIAM 0. AOHI.
Attorneys for tho Owners.
Honolulu, Dec '.M, lb'Jt.
s. upply to
When the rays of Old Sol arc boiling down ut it ninety de
gree rate, tho air like the breath of a fumaco nml everything
hot, dry uml dusty, the natural desire of the average huimiu in
to drink. But, what to drink? There's the question.
Tho ho'riotirt etl'cct of an over-indulgence in ice water is well
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gassy beverages are known
to bo more or lis injurious to the health, whilo th mineral
waters of known purity and hcidlhfulness aro a luxury beyond
the reach of but few, What shall wc drink?
A beverage to meet the roiuiieiueuts, must, first of all, be
absolutely pure and non-alcoholic. It should possess a medi
cinal element to counteract tho cll'ects of tho heat and keep the
blood pure and the stomach healthful. In order to be paint
ablo and refreshing, it should be sparkling and cllurvcsccnt.
Last but not least, it must bo economical and within the reach
of all. A beverage that fully meets all of the above require
ments and one that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIKES' KOOT BEER, manufactured by tho Oiiah. E. Hikeh
it Co., of Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by them to bo
free from any deleterious Mtbstauco ami absolutely non-alcoholic ;
while all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appetising llavnr, is full of snap, sparkle and
eU'ervesceuco, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will mako five gallons of
this great temporanco drink. Truly it answers the question
What shall we drink? There are many substitutes and imita
tions ol HIKES' KOOT BEEK ollcrcd for salo which bhould bo
"Wo havo used your Root Beer for over a year and find it
delicious and healthful. Wo would not like to bo without it a
single day. We find it is helping all of us. Muh. F. II. Ci.AitK,
73!) Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wo havo used over ono hundred bottles of your Boot Beer,
drinking it winter aud summer. My brother and myself aro
total abstainers, drinking nothing hut Hires' Bool Beer.
Miciiaki. Kku.y, IK Water St., Wultham, Maes., U. S. A."
AINA MA KB KUDALA.
fA KA 1'OAONO, FKII. lfi. lbU'i.MA
1VL kn hora 12 awukea, e kuai la aku ana
ma ke Kudnla akea, ma ka ltunil Kudala
o Jas. F. Morgan, kela mau Apaua Alua o
wuiho la ma Kaumakap II, Honolalu,
On tin, a I hooakaka la nu pulcua ma ku I
nalapala kuul n William 0. Aehl la Ana '
Monxiua Ksuial mu, I liana la I ka In 1 o
Apcrlln, Jbbi), a kopfic inn la Iluko !W, i
aoaon.l, u ma la hina he 2.W! kapual lb, IloiUtOX DltUG COMPANY. . .
me na Ha'e hoi fckolu o ku la iimluim oh
ulna. A loan ana I ka men mial mal he BENSON. SMITH & COMPANY
nlf ntinm h liinlkHl tin Ln (lulu liiBhritin n kn i '
liana hou ana 1 na hale. Ho muikal ku , TIorxiRTF.U DltllO COMPANY. Tvrn. . ..
t. No na iiica I k ie. n nlnau la
A. I. l'BTEItbON a mo
WILLIAM 0. AOHI,
Loio ro na Oua o ka Ainu,
Honolulu, Dec. '."J, lb'J.r). l'.ii0-5t
, ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK AIWOUKNKI) ANNUAL
Meeting of the Stockholders of the
I Waianm: Co., held tills day, tho following
gentlemen were elected to servo during the
II. A, Widemann . President,
O. N.Wilcox . Vice-President,
J. M. loweit. Secretary it Treasurer,
F. W. Macfarmne Auditor
Lewis & Company
. . . . C rocers
Pare Guava& Poha Jelly
Put up hy Mm. A. 1 JONES.
I'JISJ Agents, Queen Street. (lm
Honolulu, Feb. 11, la'.
F.DISON'S KINETOSCOPE I
T70H TEN ("0) ' E.NTS YOU OAN SEE
1. the Orentebt Marvel of Science.
TO-DAY "Tho lloxlng Cuts."
Suhjeets changed dally at Halt
k Comimny'i), Hotel street. Kzhlhitlou
lioura ; 0 a. m. to 0 r. u. l''J-tf
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
23 Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These are beauties.
FUESH hoods in
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed Paints, Oils and Varnishes, Brushes, Carriage Whlpn,
FOR PltKSEUVINO WOOD.
I Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Cans.
1 - AGENTS FOB THK CKLEI1KATED -
I "v-c-cr-crnE oils,
The Heat Lubricants Known to Commerce.
land, Wales. Ireland,
the United States.)
WAREHOUSE: In England, Franco, Italy, Gorniuny, ficot
Cuh.i, Ohiu.t, Jajmn, Java, liullu and the principal eltles of