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TI1E DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 20. 1895.
ah. 'iiiuij ! ilU tin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Put Ettahlhhcd for the Penefil of All.
WEDXESU.W. FEB. 2j. 15.
Building rhyino out of ChiuoEu
names is a paMitnu fow would eovot,
and tlio cfl'ort of a gazetteer depro
dator iu that lino olsewhoru given is
a triumph of lilnrarv arohitwturu.
An Imperial penny postal fys
tcm, to send letters from tho mother
country to all parts of tlio Empire
at a puntij, is being imitated. When
that happuus tlio next thing to ox
poet will bo a penuy rate, through
out tho Postal Union.
Merchants would find it to their
interest to take the Foreigu & Colo
nial Importer, published by Win.
Dull k Co., London, at one dollar a
year. It is a goodly siztnl magazine,
containing a complete review of
trade, together with financial edi
torials. The advertisements are not
the least interesting feature of this
That tho Star was a little too
previous in trying to jump down tho
throat of tho Bulletin, for the pub
lication of an interview with Mr.
Hatch which that gentleman later
disowned, is illustrated by tho neces
sity laid upon tho Star yesterday of
apologizing for having published
"a bogus interview" with Consul
necessary to have a duplicate Pacific i
cable, and that tinloss tho Imperial ,
Government cauio forward hand
somely uothiug could bo done.
Thomas Play ford, Agent-General for
Spilth Australia, doubted very much
if tho financial position of tho Colo
uios would induco them to pay tho
subsidies asked, either for cablo or
steamship communication, at tho
present time, lie added that if tho
Imperial Government says tho cablo
is required for tho purposes of the
defense of the Empire, and is willing
to bear its share of tho cost, ho be
lievod that tho Colonies would bo
prepared, when their financial posi
tion warranted it, to assist in laying
the cablo; but that they would ex
peel tho Eastern Extension Tele
graph Company and tho South Aus
j tralian Government, who helped to
1 construct tho present cablo, and laid
1 tho laud line across Australia, would
bo guaranteed against auy loss in
consequence of tho construction of
! a rival lino Sir Westby Porcoval,
1 Agont-Gouoral for New Zealand, said
I that his colony was most anxious for
, the connection with Canada by sea
i and by cable. From tho foregoing
J opinions of high colonial authorities,
there is still lacking the uuited sup
t port of tho countries interested re
quired to uudertako tho project.
Au article from tho Montreal Wit
ness is copied elswhore, with tbo
heading and one word iu tho toxt
both calculated to bo offensive to
tho Hawaiian Government omittod.
It will bo seen that tho journal in
question, the most completely inde
pendent paper iu the Dominion,
taken a hopeful view of tho futuro
of Hawaii under tho now regime.
An Artist Arrived
, Jo'oph Fruebis (not Friohas tn
I stated by the Star last evening)
I is iu town. Mr. Fruebis is an
! artist well-kiiown iu San Francisco,
! having been employed by tho
Tory best portrait aud landscape
galleries of that city. Ho is a
I ltfitfiiifti u'lin viiitjiiint I lita niliinn.
tion and art schooling in Gormauy, !
I aim win probably make ins beau
j quarters with J. J. Williams.
i If your subscription Ann expired nnm
I ' a ennd tint In rrrtf'n it
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
On tho morning of tho Opera
Ho i wo firo there was information
given in tho Advertiser to tho effect
that the Government intended to
disband China Engine Company,
tho only relic besides apparatus of
tho volunteer firo department of
houorablo memory. Ilowovor, tho
fine work dono by tho Chiueso fire
men with their steamer at that firo
may have given reason for tho Gov
ernment to reconsider its reported
intention of disbanding them. They
keep watch aud ward over au in
tlauimablo section of tho city and
havo always evinced themselves to
be excellout firemen. Tho Chinese
merchants bought their engine,
moreover, and tho Government
might perhaps in their caso let well
enough alono. Iu much larger cities
than Honolulu for instance San
Francisco a voluutoor contingent
of tho firo department has been
maintained against oinorgoncios.
Recent experiences havo indicated
that this city might havo something
worse than somo volunteer firemen
as well as a volunteer military.
THE BRITISH CABLE.
In tho Foreign aud Colonial Im
porter for January there is an article
on "Mail aud Cablo Communica
tion," which doos not make it ap
pear as if tho British Pacifio cable's
prospects of boiug oarly laid aro
glowing. Whilo tho articlo says
"there is only ono opinion on tho
subject namely, that it is deserving
of tho united support of all parts of
tho Empire, and wo shall hope to
seo somo further practical stops
taken to realizo this as well as the
other proposals" tho facts giveu
aro rather unpromising of immodi
ato aetion. Lord Jorsoy, who has
boon Govornor of Now South Wales,
stated that before anything could
bo dono it was necessary to learn
something of the viows of the Im
perial Government. Sir Robert
Ilorbart, Agent-Gonoral for Tasma
nia, said that at prosent ho was
not in favor of tho Pacifio cablo
Rchemo, aud that ho did not think
his colony would bo willing to in
cur a sharo of tho heavy cost
of tho cablo. Duncan Gillies, Agent
General for Victoria (Australia), said
that ho was euro it would bo found
Notice of Sale !
('( Goal anil ChntUlu talcrn ami
dlstrulnfd on tlio lht day of Feb
ruary, 1H'0, lor arrears of rent from
premises on Merchant t cet. Ho
nol -hi, Oahu, occupied by W. 8.
I. lice asi a tenant.
-VfOTICE IS HKKKHY GIVEN THAT
1 after the expiration of 15 days from
this lUch ilay uf tVbmary, 18', there will
he sold at the Auction ltooms of I.owls J.
Levey, In tho city of Honolulu, Island of
Osliu, on thnbth nay of March, 18U5, at 10
o'clock a. m. of that day, the following
Goods aud Chattels:
I rase Creino I)e Casl.
II cases Hherry, 1 doz. euch
0 cabOH Port, 1 ooz. each
t caso Cherry Brandy. 1 doz. each
1 caso Cranio I'o Anuli, 1 doz. each
1 Corking Much I no
1 Dottle Filling Machine
1 Letter Press, titatul Press and Wattr
1 Step Ladder
1 Capsule Machine
I Bale and Stand
(I Hiuull Boxes
3 Small Baskets
'-'1 Bottles Sherry Wine
2.1 " Port Wine
29 " AmoiUillads
16 " Creme Da Cassis
7 " Cherry Brandy
1) Cherry Cordial
10 " Dappelt Kammel
7 . " Menthe
ft " Creme De Moka
' ' Oreino Do Mcnthe
:i " Arrack (Bitavlan)
3 " Saint Kaphael Wine
8 " Bitter Iiritrd
t " Punch au Cognac
" Creme Do The
U " IViipermlnt
3 Big Bottles Bitter Brlzard
6 Bottles Keftchenwasser
"2 ' Black Berry Brandy
'i Big and 3 Small Bottles Marasqnlno
K Bottles Creme De Cacao (Chonao)
1 Bottle Creme De Cumin (Klga)
1 " Creme De Annls
I " Chartreuse
1 Hie Bottle KInraudel
1 Bottlo Orange Bitters
J " Glngor Brandy
1 " Creme De Hose
1 " BelnerBlttors
1 Small Bottle Benedlctlno
32 Small Bottles Old Port WIno
0 Small Bottles Sherry Wine
1 Lot of Stoio Fixtures
for urrcars of rent owed by W. S. Luce, a
tenant oi me premises mtuate on -Merchant
street, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Owner and Landlord of said Premltes.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, lh!)5. li!a-lflt
EDISON'S KINETOSGOPE t
FOH TEN (10) CENTS YOU CAN SEE
tho Greatest Marvel of Science.
TO-DAY-"Tho Boxing Cats."
ftr Subjects changed dally at Hart
Si Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
hours : 0 a. m. to 0 r. m. 12SMf
February 75, 1895.
The newspapers seem (0 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 horn
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 ReadyAUxed 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.
R H HlWUEKur um IfflBjII
L. B. Kerf
is tho only
man in Ho
KS The Automatic Ticaul Skwxio Maciiintc with
the Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Pur chasers: Instructions in Arisenc,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fanny Kinbroidory Work will be given.
n. n. H.
new liro Into tho Antiquated Hurra I
J or tho lout It tears tlio II. It. II. Hono
UQlment luu boon tlio loading rrmnly
Mnomr Farmers and Hlockmon for thn
enroot Hiiratiu. llrolmi. Hllir JoInU,
riparian, Wlnilwllii, Boro Slionlilorn.otc,
anil for tarnlly Uho U.witlinnt on pqnal
for jthonmatlvm, NcnralsU, Aches, Pain,
Uho II. II. H, LlnlmontliM mAnylmll.v
tjoiu, anil Tfn omitlcm tho Puhllo to boo
that tho Tral Mark "II. II. II." is on
erorjr llnttlv U-furo iinrrlumlnu. I'nr haln
pvrnrnliero fur M cnuti and ?1.W jr
WHA.T OTHSRS S3A."5T:
Sa.v Josk, Jan. 27, 1808, Uortllloato of Blood .Spavin. In jiutico to tho
proprietor of "Tlio Colehrntoil fl. II 11. Horso Medicine 1). D. T., 18G8," I
will nay that. I havo tucd it to good Fa'.iafuction, and can rocotumoud it to
Ihotio kotpiug hordua im an invaluable medioine, and I lioliovo it to bo equal
to what it is recommended; and I havo not known its cqml ns an external
remedy, for I havo nlto uced it to good ollurt for rheumatism upon myself.
J. O. THIITS.
This is to certify that I saw tho abovo cio, and it was ono of tho worst
spavins I ever saw. 1 did not believe that tho blood spavin could bo cured,
but I would acknowledge that I was mistaken, and am williim to recom
mend "Tho Celebrated JI II. II. Horso Medicine 1). 1). T., 1808," superior
to anything I over had any knowledge of as a horeo medicine.
Mu. D. DonriK Tomlinbox Dear Sir: For tho information of tho public
and in justice to your valuable liortu medicine, "Tho Celebrated II. II. H.
Horse Mediciuo D. D. T., 1808," I would state that I havo used it to full
satisfaction on a maro of mine that had an enlargement of the fetlock joint,
which was at least ono-third largur than beforo it got hurt; and of a hard
callous lump, and her leg aUo 11111011 larger. Tho abovo mediciuo removed
the enlargement, and otherwise performed a perfect euro.
I also know of its curing blood spavin in different catcs among my neigh
bors' horses, which wcro very bad and incurable by all who saw tlicmj and I
havo full confidence in tho abovo preparation, and hear it spoken of by
others ns equal to what it has been recommended, and can recommend it to
others with full conlldonco of its great worth, aud that it performs all cures
without injury to tho growth of tho hair, docs not change the color of tho
hair, and leaves tho limb smooth and clean.
YOU HAD BETTER TRY LT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
, $M w$smfe aiiy
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