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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 18, 1895.
X.QOAX AHD OERTEBAX fKVS.
A bay horse has boon lost.
Mrs. (.Dr.) Nlcho'a has returned
from the Coast.
Chas. Eelliun, clork at the Bearer,
roturned to-day from the Coast.
James White, eon of J. 0. White,
roturued from California to-day.
Secretary Naritn of tho Japanoso
Legation is thanked for lato Japau
A library of fino books will bo sold
by James F. Morgan at 10 o'clock
OONSUIi WILDER BELIED.
ril n krtPl a m fc m 1 a M A 1 I& ja
XI1U HUlt BUillJ U1UI1 H3 littlli uia uvv uuiiuu dl'uui iuu .uiiuiuui; iu
bill and ho sells as always 17 bars pudiation of tho intomow, which np
He Denies That He Used Insulting
Language to W. H Oornwell.
Saturday's Star republishes tho
following from a San Francisco
"Consul Wilder: About Cornwell?
Yes, I mot him on the stoamor this
morning and ho said ho was not
afraid to roturn to tho islands. I
told him ho was nothing but a little
coward and that ho daro not return
there, becauso if ho did ho would bo
treated liko tho rest of the con
spirators." But it does not publish, porhaps
not having soon, tuo following ro-
MN.New Goods! :- New Goods!
JUST OPENED AT
pears in tho Call:
Charlos T. Wildor, Consul-Gonoral
of tho Hawaiian republic, said yos
terday that ho had been incorrectly
reported in regard to his remarks
about W. II. Cornwell of Honolulu;
that ho did not say Mr. Cornwell
was afraid to go homo.
"I did not hoar you uso any such
language or I would hare roseuted
it," said Mr. Cornwell.
"1 nau no occasion and no uo.iiro
that mannor," replied ,,nnriu
soap for $1.25.
Mr. Nolto is prepared to supply
patrons of tho Beaur with fresh
frozen oysters in any style.
U. S. Minister Willis had an inter
view with Minister Hatch at tho
Foreign Ollice this morning.
"Aro you interested in tho fashion
of the world?" is the question asked
in tho "Ladies' Column" to.day.
In the kiuetoscope to-day is shown
tho somersault dog. It is ono of
tho bast exhibitions of moving life
A. St. M. Mackintosh, son of Itov.
A. Mackintosh, has been appointed
clork in tho Foreign Oillcu in place
of Lionel Hart.
A horse bolted with a poi wagon
near tho boat landing this forenoon.
Tho driver had a hard timo in pro
ueutiug a ruuaway. i
W. O. Irwin & Co. aro selling i
through tickets to all points in tho ,
United States for tho S. S. Australia
to sail uext Saturday.
Fred. Harrison's Waikiki residence
is for rent. !ono or sale with or with
out furniture. Also some good obtaining relief, I us-d Chamber-1
l. i lain s i'aiu Balm aud was almost lm-
mediately roheved. I highly recom
moud this as the best medicino
known. D. M. Hamilton-. For sale ,
by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for
tuo Hawaiian Islands. '
Aro you interobtod in thu
FASHION of the WOULD?
If you are, a look at our
COUNTERS will convince
you that we are constantly up
Not a fctuanier arrives but
NEW STYLES and PAT
TERNS aro received by us.
It is impossible without tho
expenditure of largo sums of
money to tell ou of oich and
every new price besides it
would add to the coPt of the
thin with us is
to speak in
"I think tho whole story grow out
of t.lin fnni. Mint 1 wn inuinrr Wt.
Cornwell about tho situation in tho to impress upon your minds
islands," said Captain Houdletto of ' .i f nnnsrnnf hnnrors
tho Australia. "I told him I would- . Uiat " mo constant luuitUS
n't adviso him to go down thoro for a for HOW goods and that you
while, as they might arrest him. Mr. , ,, , ,, ,
Wilder was present and we all laugh- can always find them at our
Jv srp. fcr5 XX C.J JErsL
520 Fort St, - - Horioru.ru..
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In shades ol Tnn In nil sIicj.
Jut tlio thine for rliLng or for short i-coplc We liavo tliciu In nil slzts.
N"ew Hand Bags, New Buckles,
New Jet Trimmings, Now Silk Tiimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses-!
&X 2STHJ-W LACES
ed over it. I hoard all tho conversa
tion, and I am suro that Mr. Wilder
did not mako uso of tho languago
I attributed to him."
A Itocommondntlon From Los An- ,
082 Caslolar St., Los Anoeles, Cal. ,
After having sulferod for a long
time from acute rheumatism without i
pasture land on Wilder avenue.
W. H. Cunningham and party
closed tho pheasant season yester
day with a successful shoot.- They
bagged 23 fat pheasants and four
When you THINK about
STYLES, we want you to
THINK OF US.
WHEN YOU THINK of
ECONOMY. THINK OF
US. DON'T GO AS
TRAY. Come to us when you start
out to buy, it's worth your
What Shall We Drink?
OUR AIM is to constantly
Thoro were no less than five smart
youug juawauans wuo appueu lor TT k T)ion i slono inismi fell I 1 i i . i j.
the position loft vacant by another frifeVtto SSl Si kooP n ,mnd J8t what you
young Hawauan in tho Fro.Kn Custom Houso shortly boforo noon WIMlt.
unite. j an( wn8 cu on jjeaj anii hruisod '
Taymastor W. J. Thomson, U. S. about the body. He was doing some' This week r-pocial attention
a., nas arrived 10 relieve raymasior ( plastering on mo winuow. in iau
L. . Hendeo on tho Philadelphia, lug ho struck on a house and rolled
who goes oast to lake tho position of . oil. He fell about twenty feet. His
injuries aro not sorious.
Mr. Irwin is having tho debris of
tho firo cleaned out of tho Opera
House. Tho walls aro to bo shored
up, pending a decision on to rebuild
or not to rebuild.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call ol "JflJU, lur-
nishos fine livery outfits at tho short-
not nsif ttA-rvstrw 1 lint-ana nnrl ninnnnr.
!UQV UvVlvU fW4 UwAOUQ IBUV4 UILU lA
riagos, from buggy to wagonette.
Society, has boon appointed Buporin
tondont of tho Sailors' Homo. Ho I
is likely to bo able to give a good '
account of his stewardship.
Rov. Reginald Callondor Jias start
od a "Bible Marking Uniou," with
headquarters at tho Paauilo parson-1
age. He is issuing a printod letter j
on the subjoct, also lesion leaflets
for the members.
There will bo a grand luau in tho
District Courtroom at G o'clock this
evening, It is a treat from Senior
Captain Farkor to tho mombors of
his force. Harry Evans and assist
ants are busy preparing the event.
G. R. Harason, practical piano ,
and organ maker and tuner, can fur-I
nish best factory references. Orders , wm-'it
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re-1 s
ceive prompt attention. All work I
f;uaranteod to be tho same n done '
u factory. 1
Two of tho Chineso who woro pas
sengers by the S. S. Gaelic came here
under fraudulent passports and will
have to bo roturued. it is said that
Chu See, formerly Chinese clork for
Justice W. P. Frear, was rosponsiblo
for thoir arrival horo. They aro
in quarautiuo. I
H. G. Blart has romovod from
Kiug street to tho store of Chris '
Gortz, Fort street. Thero ho will
repair watches and make souvenir
spoons aud jewelry of every descrip-,
tfon. Having been the practical
watchmaker for Wonner & Co. ten
years, he needs no pulling.
The Gorman steamship Braunfels
arrived at St. Michaels Jan. 26th.
Sho will bring Portuguese immi
grants to the Hawaiian Islands. No
advices of tho ship's sailing have
boon recoivod by oithor tho Foreign
or tho Interior Office. It is under
stood that 1000 people, including
women and children, aro coming.
The ground iu rear of tho Y. M.
C. A. building was cloarod to-day,
for tho erection of tho baths that
1 aro to form part of tho improvo
i monts in tho institution. Grouud
will bo broken this aftoruoou or to
morrow for tho gymuasifim oxteu
1 Bion alongside of tho main buildiug.
1 you are out of Bill Jfeaih, Litter
Head), etc., we can sujyty them.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Books!
On WEDNESDAY, Feb. 20
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
A.T 247V SALESROOM
I WILL SELL AT PUnLIO AUCTION
A Library of FINE BOORS
By Fopu'ar Authors.
Beach Residence !
KOll KENT, LEASE or SALE.
will bo given to
J3? RBMMANTS AND
A GENERAL LINE OF
NEW GOODS JUST
B. F. EIILBRS & CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE At 8TEAM81II1'
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
rOB TUX ABOVE 1'ORT ON
Saturday, Feb. 23d,
AT 4 O'OLOOK. P. M.
The undersigned are now prepared to
Issitfl Through Tickets from this City to nil
points In the United States.
For further particulars remirdlne
Freight or Passage, apply to
IKWIN & CO., L'd,
Opnnrnl A cents
When tho rays of Old Sol aro boiling down at a ninety de
gree rato, (he air liko tho breath of a furnaco and everything
hot, dry and duaty, tho natural desiro of tho average human is
to drink. Hut, wlint to drink? There's tho question.
Tiie tcrious oiled of an ovcr-indulgeuco in ice water is well
known. The thousand and ono cheap gut-sy beverages are known
to bo more or less injurious to the health, while the mineral
waters ot known purity and healthfulness aro n luxury beyond
tho reach of but few. Wlint shall we drink?
A bovcrugo to incut the rciiuiictnoutH, mud, utt of all, be
absolutely pure and non-alcoholic. It should potties a medi
cinal element to counteract the cll'ucts of tho heat and kiep tho
blood pure aud tho stomach healthful. In order to bo palal
itlilo aud refreshing, it should he sparkling und ell'enetcent.
Last but not least, it must bo economical aud within the reach
of all. A boverago that fully meets all of the above require
ments and one that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIKES' HOOT BEER, manufactured by th Ciiah. K. Hikes
A- 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 substance and absolutely non-alcoholic ;
while all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appetising flavor, is full of nnap, sparkle and
efTcrvcdfcucc, and is without u peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will mako live gallons ol
this great tomperanco drink. Truly it answers the question
What shall we drink? There aro many substitutes and imita
tions ol HIKES' KOOT I1EEK offered for salo which should bo
"Wo have used your Itoot Heer for over a year aud find it
delicious and healthful. Wo would not liko to ho without it a
single day. Wo flint it is helping all of us. Mkh. F, II. Ci.aiik,
7U5 Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wo have used over ono hundred bottles of your Hoot Hour,
drinking it winter aud summer. My brother and myself are
total abstainers, drinking nothing hut Hires' Hoot Deer.
Migiiakl KHM.Y, Hi Water St., Walthain, Muss., U. S. A."
. . . Wholesale Druggists
SITUATED IN KAPIOLANI PAKE,
uext to reblileuco ol Jas. II. Castle, In
for Kent, Lease or Sale; J-urulshed or Un
furnished. Also, fur Sa'o or Leoso
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land,
Situated on Wilder Avenue.
If For further particulars, apply to
I'M tf Dlmond Block, King street.
M. T. DONNELL,
Iloimox Dnua Company;
TincTJ.a.o.aiTriarl Bensox, Smith & Company...
ilOLLIBTKll UllUU COMPANY, UTU.. ..
Lkwis & Company Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Ne Patented Pol Strata
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
&- All Orders or Communications
adilrcihod to E. O. Hull & Bon, L'd.,
(who havu them on sale), or to M. T.
bonnell, will receive nromiit attention.
0 Aro now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beautieH.
--- l'ltEbll (1001)8 in.
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed l'uluta, Oils and Vurn'shcs, llrushes, Carriage Whlnx,
At the BeaYer SalOOIl, OarToolie-uirn. Avenarius,
run rnj.3i'.it i.u nuuu,
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps.
- A11ENT8 FOK THE OELEHUATEI) -
V J&. O XT XT J OILS,
The Heat Lubricants Known to Commerce.
A HAY H01ttK WITH
IV. White Btriiio down
lars Iniinlro at
l or narucu- e
IDIdfHIUUTlNO WAUEHOUSES In Uuuland, I'rancu, Italy, Oer nnny, 8cot-
Walos, Iruluud, CuIj.i, China, Jujuu, Java, Indlicaud the )riuciul cltiui of
k unci, waios, iruiuu