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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 16. 1895.
fthr cuumi A tUrtin.
I'Udycd to nrithtr Sect nor l'arly,
Jiut Established r the lleneftt of All.
SATURDAY. FEB. 10 K5.
Do Giers, tho Kro.it statesman ami
diplomat of Rus3ia, is dead, Ho was
one of Iho ablest public men of tlio
Minister Willis's ilionatcb to his
Govorunii'iit is tbo first ollluial inti
mation of tlio doatli penalty having
boon imposed by tlit Military Com
mission. It lias ovoliod strong ex
pression', of cousuro from Bomo of
tho strongest friends of tlio Itfpub
liu of Hawaii in tho Senate, such as
Hawloy and Halo.
It is with profound griof that
tho Bulletin records tho death of
Henry X. Ua3tlo, a piouiisiutf young
journalist, lawyer and scholar of
Honolulu birth. The sympathy of
this journal goes out to tho sorrow
ing family. Although three hun
dred souls wore involved in tho aw
ful tragedy whereby his valuable
life went out, each victim has his
and her own circle of near and dear
relatives ami acquaintances to be
plunged in sorrow all their own.
Mr. Castle was one of the most gon
ial of men, and his end is intensely
February 5, 1S95.
The newspapers seem to be
in error in saying that the men
just released from prison are
and a lino of $1000. Mr. Ashford's to be deported, or- in speaking
, ill health was the eatiso of hard ' , ., ., ,
01 mem as exues. 1 ney are
not being deported in the true
sense of the term; they are sim
ply allowed to go away on a
vacation which will terminate
at the will of the Government
V. V. ASHFOKD SENTENCED.
Ho Dots Onn Yenr in Jail and a Fino
Majors McLeod and Potter, on be
half of tho military authorities, yos
toiday afternoon delivered Voluey
Vaillniicourt Asbforil to tho custody
of tho Slarshal to sorvo tho sentence
pased upon him for misprision of
treason. Tho sentence is n year's
imprisonment without hard labor
labor being remitted.
Recommendation From X.08 A11-Rolcs.
(532 Gatolnr St., Los Anoulks, Cal.
After has ing millercd for a long
lime from acute rheumatism without
obtaining relief, I ued Chamber
lain' 1'ain Balm and was almost im-
tlWWl ltt itll fuMill (l T lilttltlt rIJlll.
mend this as the best medicine that gr.lllts them leave. If they
known. D. M. Hamilton. For sale 1 j r n -i
by Benson, Smiths Co., Agents for WCTO deprived of the privilege
tGo Hawaiian islands. of attending to their vocations
Knights Tomplnr Coming.
Judge Cooper has received a lot-
under the blue Hawaiian skies
they accepted the other horn
L B. Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho
KS" Tho Automatic Pkaui, i:wxia Machine with
tho Latest Modern Attachments suitable for
tor from C. W. Filkiup.tf Bivoraido, J '"-i""' l" '''" .w' Ilouvy Work To LJui clitisei's : Instructions in Ariscnc,
bring aTrtv of nt.yV.iff WlllCl1 perm'tS Tinsel, Scluu-llo and Fancy Embroidery Work will he given.
plar, with their wives and families,
them to live in that haven of
some I11110 in Juno next. Mr. Fil .... . f . .. ,
kins requests tho judge to make political prisoners Of almost
hotel arrangements for tho parly. ....
By Lrtjwis J. 1,0 voy.
ONE MAN'S TltlAL
Charcod With Misprision of Truason ,
and Fschows Counsol i
Court conveuod at 'Jj.'K) o'clock.
J. K. Baker was brought in for (
trial. Ho was charged with mis
prision of treason. Dofouilaut had
no objection to tho Commission. Ho 1
was not represented by counsel and ,
desired none. Baker pleaded guilty.
In his statement he said that ho
was told by Charles Clark that tho j
Queen wanted to see him. Ho weut i
to Washington l'laco on tho Sunday ,
morning, but did not see Clark. Ho
saw V. liakalanu iuslead who gave ,
him a pistol. Ho stayed there until
evening, wheu he skipped out on ,
booing the soldiers. He did not go
to Diamond Head.
Tho Court took recess. '
TWENTY ONE FOTI TREASON. I
Tho following twenty-oue prison-
ers were brought in: Kiliona Poo- j
poe, William K. l'uo. Haha, John 1
Ivaolowi, J. K. Kamoii, Juo. Juno, ,
Matthews, W. Joseph, Xahinalau j
Kaaihue, Henry Enoka, Pihoua, Ka-'
holo Kahanauui. Kauiola, John l'io, '
Joe Kahopuwaiki, Wailama, Kakai-
ao, William Kaunonaole, Mauualoa,
and Qeorgo Markham. 1
Kiliona Foapoe desired counsel.
Ho would ask for J. M. Foopoo.
Itahiualau, George Markham, Kaai
hue aud Pihena desired S. K. Kane. I
Markham requested that ho bo allow-1
ed to make a statement in addition j
to what his counsel might say. Tho
requost was allowed. Tho men are '
charged with treason. 1
As the charge aud specifications I
had only been served during the I
morning Mr. Kano desired that the
trial go over until Monday morn-1
Tho charge and spocificatious woro
Ono of tho prisoners objoctod to
Captain Camara sitting ou the Com
mission, as no had previously said
that all the natives ought to bo con
demned. Recess was had till 0:30 o'clock
Somo'of Thorn aio Required to Leave
Since last report Lewis J. Lovoy
tho auctioneer, M. C. Bailey, his
clerk. Arthur McDowell, Carriauuo (a
Oreok employed at tho Califorma
Fruit Market), and Mauuol Hois, a
hackman. have beeu roloased from
prison, wlioro thoy woro political pri
soners. All save Iteis are required to
loavo tho couutry. Mr. Levey's
confinement has told hard upon
him, aud illness of his wifo is an
added trouble Ho has fivo young
Notice of Sale!
Of Go'di and CliatMt tnkm nud
dbtrnliifd ou thw 1st tlnv ot Feb
rnary, 1C-5, for arrt-ars ot mil from
premises on Merchant it cet. Ha
noi' la, Oulin, ncoupled by V. 8.
I.nco as n tenant.
nationality the United
States. Properly speaking but
three men have been deported
the others are going away,
if there is a distinction the '
men can figure out the differ-1
ence on the way up.
We are selling the best Tank ,
ever brought to the country
the best because it does not
make any difference how much
dry weather you may have the
wood will not shrink nor will
iHbth.iny i.r March, W t 10 the hoops drop o(T. These are
M. of that day, the foliowitii; r r
maue 01 cnoice seiectea tau-1
fornia redwood and we sell
them for the same price you
pay for the sort that falls to
OTICK IS HEKKIJY OIVKN THAT
aflur tlio uXDlrntlon of 15 cliivs from
this JUili ilay of Vhruary, 18', thern will
bo &old at the Auetlou ltoonis of Lewis t.
I.Hvey, In the city of Honolulu, Island of
unu, uti II1H
o'clock A M,
Goods and Oliuttois
.. -S. ?E&2'Jt
irlfV.V- KltvNMt. JKaiMWV
--ir rri ma la 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1
tiik if. ir. 11
lforeo Llnlmont pntu
1 caie Creme Do CaU
It casus Hhcrry, 1 doz. rach
6 canes I'.irt, 1 ooz. earh
1 case Oherry Ilrutnly. 1 doz each
1 cnio Creme 1'e Aunls, I doz. i-ncli
1 Corking Machine
1 jK'iSbiwTiV.. n,i w.ur pieces during the first dry
.f now llfo Into tho Antiquntoil llorw)
1'iir tlio lat It o.int tlio ll. II. It. lUnoo
Liniment lu-w been tlio lending remedy
nnmnB Knrmers ami Htcickmon fur tlm
rurn of Hraln. limine. Btlff Julnts,
Uiuirin, Windfalls, Horo HhimMrn, etc.,
ami fur family Umj Is without an ennai
for Itlionmatlnm.Nenralsla.Acfiet, 1'alns,
llm II. 11. II. lilnimnnt lias ninny Imita
tions, ami wo mullein tho I'nlillo to wo
lliat tho Tnulo .Mnrk "II. II. II." U m
every llottlo liefom nrr)uwlnir. I'ur wih
ereriwhoro fur tU ivalu and f l.WJ i .
WHAT OTHBR3 SAY:
1 Stei I.Kldor
1 Capsule MuchltiH
I Bnfe and Stand
3 Bmall llaskeis
21 llottles Slurry Wine
25 " Port Wine
LJ " Amontillads
15 " Creme 1) Cassia
7 " Cherry 11 randy
U Cherry Cordial
10 " 1'appelt Knmmel
1 7 " Mvntlie
ft " Cremo Do Moka
'2 ' Oreiuo J)o Mcnthe
3 " Arraok (lUtavlan)
3 " Balm llanliael Wine
: " Hitler Jlrlisr.t
4 '' I'unch an Cognao
I " Orcmo Do The
I 11 " iViitiernilnt
3 II I l Dottles Jllttr llrhurd
n llottles Kerschenwasser
i " Hlaok lle-ry llrandy
i II Ik and 3 Bmall llottWs Mnrnsipilno
h Uott'es Croino Dh Cnuao (Chonao)
1 Hottlo Creme llo Cumin (Ulna)
1 " Orume Do Annls
1 " CliartreusH
1 nW Ilottle .Infundel
1 Ilottle Urane Hitters
1 " QitiKer llrandy
1 " Creme Do Huso
1 " Bolner Hitters
1 Small Ilottle lienedlctlne
32 Small II jttles Old l'ort Wine
(1 Small llottles Sherry Wine
1 Lot of Btoie 11 x tun a
CA- Tho ainin havlui; been distrained
forarreara of tout owed by V S. Luce, u
tenant of the promises situate on Merchant
street, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Owner and Landlord of said I'remibes.
Honolulu, Feb 10, lbltt. ll't,5-l.U
in der Y. M. C. A. Hall
am Sonntag, don 17 Fobruar
uin 11 Uhr Vonulttags,
Sax Johk, Jiiu. 27, 18I5S, Uortillo.tto of Blood Spavin. In justice to tho
propriotor of "TI10Colobr.1tcdH.il H Horso Medicine I). i. T., 18G8," I
will sny Unit I li.vva uod it to good mt'iiif.tctlon, nud cau rocommoud it to
thoso koopiug liOHoa in- un invaluable mrdicmo, mid I lioliovo it to bo equal
to what it is n-commoiulod ; and I have not known its equil an an external
remedy, for I havo uImi uced it to wm& offert for rheuinatiiini upon myeclf.
J. 0. L'HIITS.
This is to certify th.it 1 saw tho abovo c.i-i1, aud it w.iu ono of tho worst
spavins I eJvor saw. I did not beliovo that tlm blood spavin could bo cured,
but I would acknowledge that I was niisiuken, and 11111 willinj; to recom
inond "Tho Celebrated 11 H. 11. Horso Medicine 1). 1). T 18(58." superior
j to anything I over hud any knowledge of as a horso medicine.
Mil. D. Doiini: Tomunho.v Dear Sir: For tho information of tho publio
and in iustico to your valuable horto inedicine, "Tho Celebrated 11. II. H.
v -w r M(ii 11 ii ii 1. l 11 1 r..ii
cnmniM Him n y flio pnlnrc llorse Meuicino V. U. L 1000," l would siato umi 1 iiavo uscu 11 10 iuu
compare UlCIll Willi lilt. t-OIOib eatiofuctiou on a maro of niino that had an onlargcinunt of tho fetlock joint,
in flip minhnw nnri vnn'll finH ' liicl was at least ono third largi-r than before it got hurt; and of a hard
111 uit, idiuuuw aim yuun uuu , CttlloU8 lump ,mtl her ,U, nl?0 IUldl hirgcri Tlio nbovo medicino removed
OlirS are lllc OlieS USeu HI PUl- l,,u oniargumem, aim ouiurwigu penonnuu n jiunuei. ouru.
. . I I alto know of its curing blood spavin in iliil'erent case
When the dinky birds war
ble and the swallows swallow
it is time to think of spring,
and in the spring you must
think of painting your house.
We have an elegant assortment
of Hendry's ReadyAixed Paints;
Eoitoii Bulletin: .
Upon hohnlf of Dr. Milan Soulo.
surgeon of tho S. S. Australia, ami
at his requost, 1 bog to state that
tho reported iutorviow in tho S. F.
Call of Fobruarj 7th, and tho lau
gungo aud statements therein con
tained aud attributed to Dr. Soulo,
are untruo mid manufactured out of
wliolo oloth by tho reporter of that
paper. Cecil Unow.v.
Honolulu, Fob, 1G, 1895.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND 1I0AUD
fur u few nertiOiis can be
i had at llanlwnl, on the Wui-
W. S. BAItTLKTl',
Cottu(!o, ft'l modern
Imjiroveiiienth, with Stable,
Ham ami Horvants1 lloom
on nremlties. ou Kinau street, one block
from horbo-curo. lor particulars apply to
N. S. BAOHH,
1252 tf 02J Kort alreet.
ting ill the delicate tints. We
have them in quarts, half gal
Ions and gallons convenient
sizes for any kind of painting
from flower pots to a full
grown house. The price is
lower than unmixed paints arid
the quality better.
On the "Alameda" we will
have another car load of Avery
Plantation Implements. These
are what every plantation man
ager requires because they are
labor savers and money getters.
One of these machines will
save the work and time of a
half dozen laborers. Every
manager who has used a Stub
ble Digger sold by us says it
is the best implement he ever
had on the place. The last lot
did not last long; if you are
thinking of getting one book
your order now.
cases among my neigh
bors' horses, which wcro very lud anil iiicuiablo by all who saw thoin: and I
havo full confidence in the abovo preparation, and hear it spoken of by
others 113 equal to what it has been recommended, and can recommend it to
others with full coufidenco of its great worth, and that it performs all cures
without injury to tho growth of Iho hair, tloes not chango tho color of tho
hair, and leaves tho limb smooth aud clean.
YOU HAD BETTER TRY LT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all the Celebrated
Factories in the United
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. IJd.
IMP0RTEU8, WHOLEBALK AND KKTAIL DKALKUB IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLL.I8TBR 5c OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.