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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 10, 1893.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to the trade on the most liberal terms their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoes,
Furniture $P Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines,
SOLE AGENTS KOIl
Qolden Gate Flour,
Fort & 0,-u.eexi Streets
Our stock of Holiday
Goods are now ready for
inspection at our !Now
Store (Warner's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on tho Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287.
The Best Lurch in Town.
V&t iix.xi.ci. Coffew
T U. llOUBit
FHK FINEST BKANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
LW4TS OH HAND.
EC. J. KTOLiTES. Prop.
O. X?.. OOXjlLXajTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship of the licst.
I usb First-class Material of my own Im
porting. Manufacturer o( all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Streot near Maunakea.
1 0. Box -WO.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER Ss CO.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sis.
Every 8t'imr from
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Salmon, Poultry, Etc., Etc.
v iu t-i.
Ji.te., Jlitc, Jiitc. '
Liquors, Etc., Etc.
That Tireless Toiler,
J. J. EGAN,.
511 Fort Street.
M. T. DONNELL,
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Communications
micirescea to a. u. mil M Bon, L'd.,
(who have them on eale), or to M. T.
tlunnell, will rucolve prompt attention.
JOB PRINTING .LToLVne
Hullktin FiniMBiiiNfi Co., l.p. Kirutclass
Commercial Work a Specialty. Estimates
Riven. Ordeis promptly executed.
BUDOLPH SPKEOKELS DENIES.
Sriys Ke Put Up No Money for Arms
nnd Was NVutral.
Kutlolpli Spu'clls was Interview
ed in Shu Fratu-iscn on hi n't urn
Inin hid r.vi'li t Santa llona, iu
connection willi the report from
Honolulu thai he had contributed
to the purciinn of nrim for the re
bel?. Ho nid that while ho always
had a friendly syuipsthy for tho ox
Queen, it had never caused him to
violate a strict neutrality, and add
"Thon, too, when my father and
tnj-flelf wore down at the fol.imh two
years oiro, before tho es-tablishmunt
of tho Provisional Government, he
was unrosorti'dly outpokeu on tho
question of maintaining thn Queen
on her throuo. Evon had I believed
thero was a possibility that the re
cent nnolt would prove suucenful,
alTnir are not in Mich shapo as
to permit iuu to nrivani'tt stiuli u cum
a9 most havo boon npcoMiiry to buy
tho Walilburtf and furoinli iur with
tho anus she is allojri'il to Imvo car
' "Sinco my brother and my sol f
purchaed plantation intercom at
tho idands, n year ago, wo hnvo
given tho nativo IcvmIom to under
stand that thev could expert no sun.
port from us iu any unilertnluug of
. wo 11 as others. In fact during a
conversation with lur in Jauuary,
1891, shortly after tho purchase of
1 our plantation?, I told uor plainly
that whatovor my sympathy for her
' provioun to that timo might have
led mo to do in hor behalf our pro-
1 porty iutorosts were too important
to, allow us to jeopardize thorn by
taking any part in politics.
"Iiolativu to tho letter which Maj
or Soward is reported to havo beou
given by tho ex Queen to doliver to
ino, I can only say if such a letter
was written, it iibvor reached nn.
' Major Soward called on mo a few
I days before I went down to tho isl
I ands in October. Our convocation
j on political affairs thro was only
casual. No uioiition was uiado of
! any letter. From what ho said I
understood that his visit to Sau
I Francisco was for tho purpose of
finding a purchaser for Cummins'
I stock in a plantation which ho was
desirous of selling.
) "Two or three days aftor reaching
Honolulu in October I visited the
I ox-Queen. She did not ask mo to
! assist her in tho troublu which fol
lowed, probably kuowing it would
bo useless. My reasou for going
down at that timo was to look aftor
starting up tho null?, which was
, done a little earlier than usual. I
i was at tho islands whou tho smug
gler, which 1 am alleged to have
purchased, was bought."
When QBkod if ho had ontortainod
any confidence in tho ability of tho
nativos and lioyalist sympathizers
to accomplish tho re-establishing of
tho monarchy, ho replied that ho
thought thoy might havo dono so,
being in tho majority, had they been
orgauized and equipped by compe
tent leaders. But no intelligent
whito man, ho was conviuced, be
lieved for a moment that, evon with
plenty of arms, tho natives, undrill
od as thoy wore, could accomplish
Ho believed that tho planters
generally wore well enough satisGed
with tho Government as it now ex
ists, so long as it does not como out
too strongly for annexation.
Charles T. Wilder, tho Hawaiian
ConBul-Oonoral, still refuses to dis
cuss the latest phasos of tho smug
gling of arms by tho Wahlburg.
When seon by a Chronicle reporter
ho said: "I will simply say at pro
sont that 1 think I havo discovered
tho peoplo who put up the money
for tho purchase of the schooner
Wahlburg. In a fow days I will bo
in possession of all desired informa
tion, and will then opeuly make my
Tho quostiou of whether the seal
ing schooner J. Eppiugor, that ap
proached Honolulu and then inado
off for Kauai, was iu the arms deal
or not was being discussed in San
At tho Hawaiiau consulate it was
Btatod by Vice Consul Sopor that no
information had been received thoro
from Honolulu regardiug any other
vessel than tho Wahlburg attempt
ing to laud arms. Ho added that if
information had boon received ho
doubted tho propriety of making it
public until tho matter had boon
ELECTION OF OFFIOEUS.
THE AUJODUNKl) ANNUA h
Medina of tlio Hlnckliold-rs of the
Waunae Co.. held tills dnv. tlio followliiL'
ecinlumcu wire elt-ctrd to tervu during the
II. A. Widemann . ...President,
O N. Wilcnx . . Vice I'r8dert,
J. M. jMw'Mt. ec(tlry it Trens rer,
V. V. Mncftiriane Auditor
J M. I) iWHKTT,
Honolulu, Feb 11, 18o. l'.t0-3t
The Dally Bulletin, GO ctntt vrr
month, dtUrttfil ht carti'm.
l&symh'ibnis of A
atjd hro.ve.nr scnou.
WE HAVE JU8T P.EOEIVED Ex
14,400 Bottles !
.A L. i
Exclusive Agpnts for the Hawaiian
523 Fort Street
THI8 8PACE IB
M.. S. LEVY,
Font Street, H. I.
Fort, near Hotel Sts.
CiiAu. J. McCarthy, Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight Gooda
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try thn Great AppetUer Tn Urownik
CoeKTAiL-s specialty lth this resort.
iiKror OF THE
Famous Wloland Lagor Beer.
8. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King mid Nunanu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Boer.
HKI,L TELEPHONE 491.
! Cold Water Faint
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on
Factories and Public Buildings
It is a dry powder which can ho
prepared for life by simply ttirring
in COLD WATKU nnd eiui bo up
plied by anyone nnd will always pro
duce good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
llective and hardens on a wall like
It will hitt for yearH, and is tin
all'ccted by paces.
One coal covers better than two
coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surface and
for all classics of work, even for the
It will not rub, ncalu or craek, nor
will it cotton with up; or dbcolor.
It will not set in the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by standing a few
It can be uhmI to good advantage
over old whitcwafh without ecraping.
ITDKIKSOUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in b.irrels from .'500
to -100 Urn., also in boxes of KM), CO
and 2. pound,
.... FOR KALE DY ....
tats for the Hawaiian islands
Do You Smoke?
If you do, yon want tlio lt your
money will Imy I have Just ro
celvnl a choice invoice of the Uncut
which Mil from 6 cents up to V5
cents. Whllo iimny people prefer
Manila Cigars, I hive for their
benefit a very cholro selection of
all tho l)est knows brands of
For thoie who don't smoko cigars,
b.it "hit the pipe," I havo a lino
Mterstiuum and Briar Wood Pipes,
Alfo Corn Cobs, Etc., Etc.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Bmoklngand Chewlnc Tobacco and
th favorlto brandsof Clgarvttosaru
nlo kept on hand In fact any.
thing in the llf.o of smoker's re
quisites can bo found at ilie
1 227-1 f
H. J. Nolte, Prop.
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fine Casslmoros, Sergos,
White Linens, Etc
Suits Mado to Ordeit
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
- 4B NuunuH Streot.