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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 10. 1805.
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1'ltdycd to neither Sect nor Parly,
Hut Hstahlhhed for the lkm fit of All.
TUESDAY. FEB. 19 15.
THE FOOTBALL GAME.
Mr. Etmuuluth lilto Uz.rdi ia afraid
of the ark's falliugovorif thu natives
j:o in for annexation without taHug
tbo oath to support tho Govern
ment. Mr. Gn i) n of Connecticut iimt bo
a groat wag. His atnciulnient to tho
Hawaiian resolution, in tlio Legisla
ture of that State, duelaring war on
Great Britain, was a hold joke.
Some journals iu thu United
States represent views aderso to the
annexation of Hawaii, which appear
to arise from the objection to a de
parture in the line of an imporial
policy. Their stock argument is
that if Hawaii be anticvd, then
Cuba, or Mexico, or any South Am
erican republic might as well bo an
nexed. Perhaps the time may eomo
when any of those countries may bo
ready ami wanting to bo aunoxed.
In tho inoiiiiino Hawaii is asking,
not to be made an object of con
quest, but to make a treaty of union
with tlio United States. If annexa
tion is the word balked at, let it be
changed for the handier word union.
WELL-MEANT BUT ERRONEOUS.
Sir Bonny Watson's remarks be
fore tho Royal Scottish Geographi
cal Society, reprinted in this paper,
evince a broad and statesmanlike
vimv of tho Hawaiian question. His
idoa of making Hawaii the Switzer
land of tho Pacific t, however, long
out of date. That was the idea that
made mauy frieuds of good and
stable government hero in favor of
tho monarchy until tho last ditch.
But it is now buried forever uuder a
load of irremovable circumstauces.
One of these is that this country
has got into the fashion now of
changing its administrations, whou
deemed objectionable, by revolution
instead of by constitutional agita
tion and patient bearing of ills wo
have rather than (lying to thoio wo
know not of. This is a chronic con
dition of the country, and tho ouly
salvation from its consequoucos is
shelter uuder the tegis of tho star
spangled banner. Commercial and
industrial interests however groat
aro secondary to this consideration,
yet there is no reason to fear that
the group will not profit by its un
doubtedly great natural resources
as part and parcel of tho United
States equally as it would in tho
position of a "buffer state." Sir
Renny Watson is right from his dis
tant poiut of view, but if he were
well acquainted with tho elemonts
existent iu this group ho would bo
of a differout miud. Our little re
public has more to fear from its
once friends than from kanaka in
surrections. These be hard words,
but time will show that their foun
dation is iu a true estimate of tho
Both Toams Hard at Practice for
the Match on Friday.
On Friday next at 3:!30 p. m. will
occur the much looked for football
game botweeu the U. S. S. Philadel
phia football team and a local eleven,
composed of young athletes. The
boys have ouly b-en iu active train
ing for the past Week but expect to
bo 'Tit as a liddta" on tho date of
the match. The recreation ground,
whore tho local team practices, has
tees some lively tumbling recently.
Captain Crane is of the opiuion that
his team will lie "in it" from start to
litmli, ami tho Philadelphia think
the en mo ( f their team, and tho
came promise to be a lively one.
The Philadelphia eloveu practue
(lady near the new li-dnnarkot build
ing. There will undoubtedly bo a
Jargo attendance at the game, as it
is the talk of tho town.
Following will compose tho local ,
Chris. Holt, centre rush.
Jamos Sponeer, right guard.
Ed. Holt, left guard. ,
George Rosa, right tackle. ,
Georgo Angus, loft tackle. ,
Carlos Long, right end.
, Autouo Lawrence, left end.
Palmer Parker, right half back. .
i Charles Crane, left half back.
James A. Thompson, quarter back,
i Louis Siugor, full bac't.
Substitutes Henry Hapai, G. do
la Verguo and Vida Thrum. i
The exposure to all sorts and con-
ditions of weather that a lumberman I
is called upon to endure iu the ,
camps often produces severe colds
which if not promptly checked, re-1
suit iu congestion or pneumonia. '
Mr. J. O. Davenport, ex-mauagor of
, tho Fort Bragg Redwood Co., an
immenso institution at Fort Bragg,
Cal., says they sell largo quantities j
of Chamborlniu's Cough Romody at I
the company's store and that ho has
1 himself used this remedy for a severe
cold and obtained immediate relief.
i This medicine prevents any tendeuey
of a cold towaid pneumonia and in- j
1 sures a prompt recovery. For sale ,
by Benson, Smith Co., Agents for i
, the Hawaiian Islands. ,
i ; i
By Jus. F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Books!
On WEDNESDAY, Feb. 20
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
AT MY SALESROOM I
I WILL BI'.LL AT Tl'llLIO AUCTION
A Library of FINE BOORS
lly Popu'iir Authors.
Jh.. Tn. Morgan, ,
IIRJ.21 UmTTONKKK. '
Beach Residence !
FOR KKN'T, I.EASi: or SAhK.
SITUATKII IN KA.PiOL.ANl PA11K,
next to resilience! of Jan. It. Castle. Is
for Kent, taaw or Sain; HimiMieil or Uu
furnished. AI-o, for Sa o or Leaso
Mrs. E. G. Hitchcock, wife of tho
Marshal, narrowly escaped aovoro in
jury hlns forenoon near tho Post
Ofheo. Tho lady was driving up
Bothel street whon a two-wheeled
cart came dashing down tho street.
It overturned at tho corner within a
few foot of Airs. Hitchcock's carriago.
The wagon belongs to C. B. Dwight
nud ran away from Hotel streot,
whero Mr. Dwight is engaged doing
some street curbing.
A Recommondntion Prom Los An
geles. 032 Castolar St., Los Angeles, Cal.
After haviug suffered for a loug
timo from acuto rheumatism without
obtaining relief, I used Chamber
Iain's Fain Balm and was almost im
mediately rolioved. I highly rocom
moud this, as tho best mediciuo
known. IX M. Hamilton. For sale
by Benson, Smith & Co., Agouts for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
4 Acres of Good Pasture Land.
Situated on Wilder Avenue.
For further particulars, apply to
Dlmond Itlock, King street.
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llOOIIS AND BOARD.
TJOOMS AND 110AHD
I....1 lln..l.. At l. iiri WKM
11(1.4 lib IIUIIIIUl, UU WIO ,, UI"fllBsl
klkl beach. Kkfc
W. 8. IJAUTbBTT,
TO LET '
Cottage, all modern ASakrVS
Improvements, with Stable, flidmETS
Darn and Servants' Itoom (USuQB- i
on premises, on Klnau street, one block i
iroin iiorsu-cars. ror particulars apply to
N. B. SACHE
020 Fort Htreet.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown V Kubey,
at No. !, Masonic Temple; there you
will find tho largest varioty in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on, weokly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
make a spoctalty of rubber stamps.
THK "ALMA COTTAGE"
at the terminus of the
tramcars, Wnlkikl, Lot has
a frontaire on the sua mill.
able for bathlne purposes. Tho House Is
commodious, situated on a well Improved
lot containing Fruit ami Ornnmuntal Trees. .
For particular Inquire of
laiO-lm G. 11. BOA HUM AN. ,
FOR LEASE. " I
JL premises situate on tho
east side of the old Mnklkl
plHygti mid, formerly ocou-
Died bv A. aurtenberir. Ksn. The Imllit.
digs aro modern and commodious ami tho
spacious uruiinds nro Mil out In fruit and
ornamental trues ICnsy terms to n desira
ble tenant. For further particulars please
apply to 11HUCK OAKTWUIUHT.
February 15, 1895.
The newspapers seem to be
in error in saying that the men
just released from prison are
to be depoilecl, 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 hoi n
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 think of spring,
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.
" ri.l .- '.SWlOTttt.
V iBU --s & '-
Vv - --
.L B. Kerr
is the only
man in IIo
" . 'T&&vyr
SCS The Automatic Phaiii, Suwxio Macmixk with
tho Litest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Pin chasers: Instructions in Arisenc,
Tinsel, Sehuelle and Fancy Mmhroidory Work will be given.
n. H. n.
Tit. 11. 11. 11. norm liinlment pnts
now 'llfo Into tlio Antiquated lfnrml
1 or tho lat It irare tlio ll. If. JI. llon-o
Liniment ha been tho le.-ulln( remedy
nmon Farmers ami Htuckmen fur tho
cum of Hnmlni. Urnim-H, Htllf Joints,
BiKjTino, WiiKU-nll. Horo Hlionlder. etc.,
and for family Uko is without nn eniial
for HhenmatWm, Nenralula, Ache,, Tain,
''mi-en, 1 1 'nl ami Hnr.nlinnr nil character.
I !m II. II. 11. I.lnlmrnthat many imita
tions, nnil n rmitlnn tho I'nhllo to wo
that tho Trmlo Marie "II. 11. JI." h on
tivery Hotllo lx fom inreluuInir. I'or rin
prrwhero for tj cmt ami fl.to j .
WHAT OTKtn3R.S SAYl
San Johk, Jin, 27, 1S(!3, Oertifi't.tuj of Dlooil Savln. In jtutico to tho
proprietor of "Tlio Colobruteil It. H II Horac Mcdidno I). 1. T., 18C8," I
will say that I lmvo used it to goo.l fa'isf.iction, and can recommend it to
thosu kouping liordus ad an invahiabhi mi'diotno, ami 1 holiovo it to bo equal
to what it is recommended; and I havo iMt known its eqtul as an external
remedy, for I have aim used it to koo.I ellect for rhaumutUm upon myeolf.
J. O. rUHTri.
Thiri i to certify that 1 saw tho above e.i-i, and it w.ts one of tho worst
spavins I evor saw. 1 did not hehovo tli.it (lie blood spavin could bo cured,
but I would acknowledge that I was mixtiikmi, and am willing to recom
mend "Tho Celebrated 11 11. II. llorso Mfdicine 1). I). T 1808," superior
to anything I ever had any kuowltdgc of uh a lioiee medicine.
JIu. 1). Doutii: Tommnsox Dear Sir: For tho information of tho public
and in justice Jo your valuable hor.-o medicine, "The Celebrated H. II. H.
Horso Medicine D. D. T., 18(!8," I would state that I have used it to full
satisfaction on a maro of mine that had an euluigement of tho fetlock joint,
which was at least ono'tliinl largor thun before it got hurt; nud of u hard
callous lump, and her leg al?o much larger. The above mediciuo removed
the enlargement, Aml'olhOrwbu pfifonued a perfect cure.
I alto know of its curing blood spavin indillerent cases among my neigh
bors' hones, which were very bad and incurable by all who saw them; and I
havo full confidence in the above preparation, ami hear it spoken of by
others us equal to what it lui.s been recommended, and can recommend it to
othora with full confidence of its great worth, and that it performs all cures
without injury to tho growth of the hair, does not change tho color of tho
hair, ami leaves tho limb smooth and clean.
YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all the Calibrated Vs.&K&S
Factories In the United &&
',w- VL-uu(aLttYC mmmTmr'
Mjt 1 "V Irnflil 1771 i f EEr
Tbe Hauaiian Hardware Co, Ltd.
Oppolt 0rek)oU BLocdt,
IMI'OKTEBB, WlIOLESAhK AND HKTA.II, DEALBK8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
HOLLISTBR &c OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.