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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18. 1895.
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Plciljril to wither Sect nor i'urt,
7i EttablhUul for the llcnrflt of All.
MONO V V, FEB. 18 1S5.
Lord Randolph Churchill's opin
ion of Mr. Gladstone olsowboro
printed is tin Inturo'tinK contribu
tion to tho biography of tho "graud
Java appears to bo in a hard way
with hor sugar industry, aud tho
banker?, according to tho IIouglsouK
Telegraph, aro giving I limn fathorly
eounsol but no concoscioiiB to braco
With roforouco to tho demand of
horsotnon for action by tho Jockey
Club, Secretary W. M. Gilford says
tho annual meoling w ill not bo duo
until tho lattor part of April. Ho
says there is nothing to hiuuor
horsemen from prupariug their
racers for Juno 11.
Honolulu is likely to need nioro
wharf accommodation no later than
it can bo provided. Tho scheme
mentioned elsewhere, of oxcavating
a now dock adjacent to tho Pacific
Mail wharf, is probably as simple
aud direct a bogiuuing to achieve
tho object as could bo devised.
Mexico appears to bo sad that she
i uot to havo tho luxury of war
with Guatemala. Sho ought rather
to bo ambitious of cultivating the
arts of peace, aud endeavoring to bo
a benefit to hor neighbors. Since the
forogoing was in typo news has come
of war being again imminent.
Nntivo Rebels on Trial Bsforo tbo
Tho Commission convened at 0:30
o'clock. Minutes were read and
approved. Tho twenty ono prisoners
on trial on Saturday last woro pres-'
ont in Court: Couusol S. 1C. Kane
filed tho pairio objections to tho
jurisdiction of the Commission.
Charles Warren, sworn, states:
Was at ICahala cm Sunday, Jan. (1;
saw Kiliona Poepoe, Haha, Nahiua
liu, Kaaihue, Henry Euoka, Piliona,
Kaliolo, Jithn Pio and Kakaio there;
thoy woro armed; did not sou Kahn
nauui, Maunaloa aud Georgo Mark
ham there; I gave tho men tho guns
aud bwlts of cartridges; gave orders
to detain evorj body that made any
attempt to leave tho place.
Kawika, sworn, states: Saw Nahi
nalau at Knhala on Sunday, Jau. 0;
was sent out there by Kauai and
Aberahama; did uot seo him armed:
was Font that eveniug with Bill
Widdifield's squad and exchanged
shots with the police; saw Koholo
, jind Wailama at Kahala: Henry
Huoka was thoro also; Kaholo was
i Kalauohi, sworn, states: Am em
1 ployed by Sam Damon at Moaualua;
was at Kahala on Sunday, Jan. 0,
' saw Haha, Kaaihue, 11. Euoka, Pi
liona and Kaholo, there; they were
nil armed; Xahiualau was the man
who wont aud asked Charles War
ren and Carl Widomann to lot mo
go, at I had asthma.
Sam Kia was tho next witucss. Ho
, related tho same old story of seeing
, some of tho prisoners at Kaalawai.
Thoy were armed.
1 Charles Barlow, sworn, stales: Saw
W. Pua at Kaalawai. Saw othors
, thoro. Thoy woro armed.
Bill I hti, sworn, states: Ho saw
1 Witlio Joseph and Kaniola on Mon
day morning, Jan. 7, at Telegraph
hill; thoy woro armed; Kauuonaolo
was at Kaalawai; also Kamali, Ka
hauanui was not there
At 12 o'clock tho Court adjourned
to 1:30 o'clock.
Hurrah for the cable. A bill to
incorporate a company to lay a
cable to Hawaii and transpacific
points has been introduced in Con
gress. Tho corporators aro strong
San Francisco capitalists, including
some deeply interested iu Hawaii
such as C. It. Bishop, S. T. Alexander
and John D. Sprockets.
If you want to buy a roally good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. -J, Masonic Temple; thoro you
i will find tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at th lowest prices; clacks
. and watches sold on weekly aud
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
miko a specialty of rubbor stamps.
Vallu JiulUttn 50 cmt v'r month
President Clovoland has appar
ently used the executivo power wise
ly hi making a coulract to buy gold
with bonds. Although it looks like
an artificial means of relieving tho
financial straits of tho country, tho
failure of Cougross to provide any
sort of rolief made somo executivo
action essential. According to tho
details iu tho President's iupsmibo
elsewhoro printed, tho schomo will
bo profitable as a national invest
ment as well as n present salvation
to tho couutry.
By Liewia J. Irfjvey.
Notice of Sale!
( f Oo Js and Chattels tnkrn mid
distrained on tin) 1st day of Feb
ruary, lKX, for arrears of rent from
premise on Merchant tt cet, Ho
nol'Jii, Oahu, occupied by YV. B.
I.iivo as a U'liunt.
An interesting pioco of congres
sional palaver is given iu this issue,
comWiniug discussions on both tho
Hawaiian question aud tho Nicara
gua Canal schomo. A report voiced ,
by ouo Senator, about Hawaiian ,
bonds being sold at a discount iu
Now England, was contradicted in a
lotter from C. Brewer & Co. of Bos
ton republished in Saturday's Bullu- .
tin. Tho caual bill has passed tho '
Senate and a year ought not to I
elajiso boforo thoro will bo active
operations on the sito. '
Tho Hawaiian Ovorland
P. C. Jouos is writing an article on '
tho finauces of Hawaii for tho forth-'
coming Hawaiian edition of tho
Ovorland Monthly. Professor Alex
ander is writing for tho samo publi-1
cation a paper on tho iuducomouts '
for white immigration to Hawaii.
Mr. Solauo, ageut nud business
manager of tho Mouthly, is oujoying '
the courtesios of tho local stoamship
companies. He has just returned
from a pleasant trip to Kauai, "the
garueu isie. air. boiano lias tuo
tliauks of tho Bulletin for tho
Fobruary numbor of tho magazine
It contains an article on "The Wild
Flowers of Hawaii," by Graco C. K.
Thompson, with pictures from
photographs and by Furueaux of
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, whioh he
is making a specialty of, Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
Meohauics' Homo, corner Hotel
aud Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 2.1 nud 50
cents por night; $1 aud $1.25 por
VfOTfOK IS HKKEIIY QIVEN THAT
J.1 after tho oxplratlon of IS days from
tills IU h day ol lVbruary, 1815, there vlll
ho sold at the Anctlon Kooms of Lowla J.
I.evey, In tho city of Honolulu, Island nf
Uiliu, on thn bth nay of March, 1805, at 10
o'clock a. m. of that day, tbo following
Goods and Chattels:
1 case Crumo I)e Catl
It casus Hherry, 1 doz. each
6 case I'ort, 1 loz. each
1 catto Cherry llrondy. 1 dot. each
1 case Urumo He Annlx, 1 doz. each
1 Corklni; Machine
1 Fmnil'J rck
1 Bottle Filling Machine
1 Letter Press, Stand Press and WaUr
1 Step bidder
1 Cat Hiile Machlns
1 Safe and Stand
II Hmall lio.vs
3 Small Baskets
Jl Bottles Bhfrry Wine
25 " Bon Wine
1!'.) " Amont.llads
15 " Urt-iuo I)e Cassis
7 " Cherry Brandy
u ' Cherry Cordial
HI " Happen Kummel
7 " Menthe
5 " Cremo De Moka
'i ' flromo De Menthe
3 " Arrack (Batarian)
3 " Saint Kaphael Wine
8 " Hitter UrUird
4 " Punch au Cognac
M " Orome Bo The
11 " Peppermint
3 Big Bottlos Bitter Brlzard
0 Bottles Kerhchenwasser
2 " Black Borry Brandy
'2 Ble and 3 Small Bottles Marasqulno
8 Bottles Creme De Cucao (Cbonao)
1 Hottlo Creme Do Cumin (Riga)
1 " Creme De Anuls
1 " Chartreuse
1 HI it Bottle .Infandel
1 Bottle Orange Bitters
1 " ainuer Brandy
1 " Creme De Koso
1 " Belner Bitters
1 Small Bottle Benedictine
3' Small Bottles Old I'ort Wine
(I Small Bottles Sherry Wine
1 Lot of Stoie l'ixturts
tik-Tliu same having been detrained
foriiTcnrs of rent owed by V S. I.uco, a
teuniii of the premlsos situate on Morchant
street, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Owner ami Landlord of said Premises,
Honolulu, Fob. IU, ls'JJ. l'.'C5-15t
imely J opiej
February 15, 1&95.
The newspapers seem to be
in error in saying that the men
just released from prison are
to be deported, or in speaking
of them as exiles. They 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
that grants them leave. If they
were deprived of the privilege
of attending to their vocations
under the blue Hawaiian skies
they accepted the other hoin
of the dilemma which permits
them to live in that haven of
political prisoners of almost
any 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
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
the hoops drop off. These are
made of choice selected Cali
fornia redwood and we sell
them for the same price you
pay for the sort that falls to
pieces during the first dry
When the dinky birds war
ble and the swallows swallow
it is time to thinkof sprjng,
and in the spring you must
think of painting your house.
We have an elegant assortment
of Hendry's ReadyMixed Paints;
compare them with the colors
in the rainbow and you'll find
ours are the ones used in put
ting in the delicate tints. We
have them in quarts, half gal
lons and gallons convenient
sizes for any kind of painting
from flower pots to a full
grown house. The price is
lower than unmixed paints and
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.
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L. B. Kerr
is tho only -
man in IIo-
1 Soar Tho Automatic Picaim, Skwxio Maouixt: with
1 the Lutost Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Put chawra : LwtnictioiiB in Arisene,
Tinsel, SehiU'lIe and Fancy I'ltnbroidery Work will ho given.
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T 11c. 11. 11. 11. iiorMijinimcnt pnta MAN
., new life Into tho AntlnnntP,l Jlomol iu.
I pr tho Iat 1 1 rears tho ll. II. II. Horoo on.
Liniment luu been tho lending remedy
nmou Farmers and Hlockmen tm thn RtnAHT
euro of Hnralnii. Unilw. Btllf Joints, flUABi'
Biwlrw, WlndifilU, Horn Shmilders, etc.,
"nil fur I'nmlly Uro U without an equal
for HlienmatUm, Nenrali;li,Achen.Pidnii,
inn 11. ii. ji. j.immoni no many imita
tions, and wn rintlnn tho Public In mki
that tho Tredo Jlnrlc "II. II. 11." U on
CTnry Hottlo heforo nrclia.liiu. Tor m1-
ereryv;hero lor M couts and 8l.w jur
-WVJHtAT OTHUiRS O AJY I
San Josk, Jan. 27, 18(13, Coitilioaio ol Blood Spavin. In jtntico to tho
proprietor of "Tho Colobntteit II. II II llorso Medicine D. 1). T 1808," I
will euy Unit I h.tvo used it to good uiuisfiictinn, mid cun rccominouil it to
those kooping hornud us mi iiivuliuililo m dioine, iuuI I boliovo it to lio equal
to what it is rocommonded; nud I have n t known its cquil iih nn ozternal
remudy, for I havo aho uaciI it to good ullei't for rlicuuiatium upon myself.
J. O. milTS.
This ia to certify that 1 mtw tho above c.i i, mid it w,td ono of tho worst
spavins I ovor saw. I did not believe th.it tho blood sp.ivin could bo cured,
but I would nckuowlcdgo that I wis mistaken, nnil am willing to recom
mend "Tho Oelobruted II 11. II. llorso Medicine I). D. T., 1808," superior
to anything I ever had any knowkdgo of a a hurse medicine.
Mil. 1). Donni: Tomlisho.v l)iar Sir: For the information of tho publio
and in justico to your valunb'o horro meiliuiuo, "Tho Cilcbrated II. II. II.
Horse Medioino D. 1). T., 1808," I would tdato that I have used it to full
satisfaction on n maro of mine that hud an enlargement of tho fetlock joint,
which was at least ono third larger than before it got hurt; and of a hard
callous lump, aud her leg uUo much huger. The abovo mediciuo removed
the enlargement, and otherwise performed a perfect cure.
I alto know of its curing blood spavin iu different catcs among my neigh
bora horses, which woro very bad and incurable by all who saw them; nud I
hnvo full conlidonco in tho ubovo preparation, and hear it spoken of by
others as equal to what it bus been recommended, mid can recommend it to
othors with full conlidonco of its gtcat worth, and that it performs all cures
without injury to the growth of tho hair, does not ohaugo the color of tho
hair, and loaves tho limb smooth and clean.
i .. YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. FOR.SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
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