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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, 1895.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Sakil
TO-MORROW, Feb. 22d,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
atc anr salbsroom
t WII.Ii RGLti AT rUHLIO AUCTION
TUBS OF JAPANESE SAKl
7 Gallons each;
I.OOAX Aim OKNERAL NEWS.
To-uiorrow is Goorgo Washing '
Tho steam whnlor Belvedere vm ,
ton miles southeast at 2:30 this after
Court LuualiTo, No. 6000, A. O. F., '
will meet this evoniug at 7 o'clock
James F. Morgan will soil tubs of
tho Simon Puro Japanese said at 12
Tho Czar of Russia has notified
President Dolo that ho has ascended
tho throne of his fathers.
Thoro was a "full sot" of tho Mill-'
larv Commission to-day. Captain
J. H. Fisher was able to attend. j
Tho Philadelphia footbatl team
wont out to practico on tho baseball ,
grounds thU afternoon for tho first
Tho Kauooho Ranch advertises
tho woll-bred ttallions Nutgrovo
and Duko Sponcor to stand tho sea
son, with terms.
P. M. Roonoy has a fino now cot
tago on Wilder avenue near I'ensa
cola strcot for sale on accouut of in
W. S. Lucols now coimeoted with On SATURDAY, Fob. 23(1,
tho storo of W. C. Peacock & Co , , AT j2 O'CLOCK NOON,
whore ho will bo glad to attond ou
.11 I.! 1.1 .......... T tvllt anil nt T'nhlln Amp! Inn In TrnnL nf
i my Sa'esroom, Qucm street, , call alVlVy8 find tliom at OUl'
JrsoU IT lVcLI 1 Fiflfl D UbM Med Family CUltyF, Store.
at their hall this evening. Prof.
''New Goods! -:- New Goods!
JUST OPENED AT
Are yon interested in tho
FASHION" of the WOULD?
If you arc, a look at our
COUNTERS will convince
you that we are constantly up
Not a steamer arrives but
WT7"W v;rp Vf.TP.C .....I T m
Guirautccd In perfect order and condition. iVA
To b .oM in quantities to suit Tll.KHi are received by US.
It is impossible without the
AUCTION SALE OF
expenditure of large sums of
money to tell you of etch and
every, new price besides it
' would add to tho cont of the
Carriages and Horses! goo,u-
' The main thing with us is
to impress upon your minds '
that we are constant hunters j
for new goods and that you
Borger will bo present.
George L. Hitman and Miss Mag
gie White will bo married this even
ing. Tho couplo leave ou tho bark
ontino Planter for San Francisco.
Privato llouocko of Co. A, Na
tional Guards of Hawaii, who is
under arrest for treason, will leave
on tho S. S. Australia on Saturday
Mechanics' Home, coruor Hotol
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
With Extra I'o'e nn I names;
1 Brako and Sot Harness,
3 Qontlo Family Carriago Horses
When you THINK about
STYLES, we vant you to
1 THINK OP US.
; WHEN YOU THINK of
i ECONOMY. THINK OF
YALHJJ.AHDMim; GQ Ag
1ST. S- SACHS'
530 Fort St, - - HonoIuLUx.
I ATEST NOVELTIES:
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stocking!) In shades of Tan In nil size?.
Just tho thing for rid rig or (or short people We havo them In nil tlte.
New Unnd Hugs, Now Uucklea,
New Jet Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
What Shall We Drink?
mute undersigned havifo duly
JL advertised the foreclosure of n certain
mortgage of N. . lltirpei niul wirnr horo-
Come to us when you start
out to buy, it's worth your
by gives notice that on MONDA , Fob. 2.5,
a 1 nnnn n fr It a allntlnn vAntil rff 1rltllf.B
. m ' w t i ii fc i iiuvtit lib tun uuinuti luvuo ii vo
wuun ur uiuuiui imuiii m ouu w j,-, .Morpnn, tuo following vniuuuio rroper
cents por night; $1 and $1.23 nor I tywlll bcsoldnt Aucfoni
wolc That certain lot of ground wit'i building
- I thereon situate on Uoretanl street and ' OTTT? ATM in tn enUHblitlv
0. F. Wall, mortgagee will soil a numbered as lot 142 In the old survey, , UXi. AlJl w to (.oiiHCMiuy
valuable piece of property on Bara. eUVt'hTm X'l fdeTfMffiS , kcl hd j8t what y Oil
tauia stroet, at tho auction room ol street and frontine 100 feet on sa.d Uewta- w.,nfc
Jas. F. Morgan, on Monday next at ula street, and a like width at the mauka ' ""Ul"
VI nnnn extremity thereof, with a dentil of iw lect
inoon. from said lleretanlamreet.
President Dolo lias received an t The house Is newly im'nted and stable
npldintvlpfli'muiit frnm 1'rnqiilont. re-shlnglod and painted within two months
acKuowieagmout irom irosiueni t The house will bo open for lnio
Cleveland of the ro-acorediting of I 0n to-morrow, Friday, and Sunday, tho
Mr. Thurston as Hawaiian Minister , 2:'d and 2tth Inst,
nt Wnshinf ton At the same time tliero will be sold a
OVUOSUluyuu, .lal,l 1,,. r.. .ml mn.l fnr ki.ililln
1 nr Imrnfii4.
Further particulars enn bo hail of V. K.
Cnatlo. O. F. WALL.
y and saw X'ukila's Mortgagoo.
Iv Bouio frionds had Honolulu. Feb 21, ls'Jo VM) 3t
r. 1 llf I !T!l.l T tlT
oapiaius . j. n uuut, o. v. ,
Fratt and Paul Smith paid a visit i
to Manoa Valloy and saw Pukila's
grave. Evidently bouio frionds had '
visited tho place, for flowers wore
strowu on tho mound.
United Garriago Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways roady at tho call of "290," fur
nisnos fino livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horsos and nice car-1
riagos, from buggy to wagonolto.
This week special attention
will be given to
X3?- REMMAXTS AXD
A GENERAL LINE OP
NEW GOODS JUST
B. P. EHLKKS & CO.
O. R. Harrison,
TI1K STANDAUD-nitEU STALLION
and omau maker and tuner, can fur-1 " tvt tx m ma rTrT?
.lal. Unnl l.nlnvi ..ifji.AnHil. M.flava I J-l - 0 r . .And
left at Hawaiian New Co. will re
ceive prompt attentiou. All work
guaranteed to b the Rani" an done
P. Noumann, couusol for J. Kaac,
charged with misprision of treason,
objected to Judge Advocate Robert
son's loaviug tho courtroom during
frin1 tliin fnrAtinnn. Tho nliinntlnn
was over-ruled, as tho Judge Advo- ! the month or yenr,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
rilK Al 8TKAM8UIP
And tho Thorough-brod Sialllon
Are arallablo this seawn for a Hinted
number of Mnroj.
Wo also offer Good l'usturago by
cato was only "going to tho door."
TT rt Tllnrf. lm rftmnrnfl
Kinir street to tho storo of Chris1 ,T A MEETINO OF THE SUAHE-
nir?, Sfrf trnt Tlmm L will' A. holders Of OAHTI.K & COOKK. I.IMITK0
Gertz, Fort streot. ihoro he will , held at their olllco this .lay, lly-laws were
ropair watchos and mako Bouvenir adopted nd the following additional oill-
8DOOUS anu lowelry Ol every tlusorip- cers were uiecieu as prsvmeu lueiuin : .
tion. Having been tho practical rjeo 1' Cnstlo VIce-Frtsldt, I
watchmaker for Wonnor & Co. ten j. h. Castle Auditor ,
years, ho noocls no pulling. J Tho mwn ,)f io Cori)0raU()Ili who aleo ,
If you want to buy a really good I constitute tho bond of Directors, are now ,
i - i i 4 s j . ; ' a luuvnn
ClOCU or waicu at oonat priutia m- (
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
rOR THK ABOVE TORT ON
Saturday, Feb. 23d,
AT t O'OLOOK P. M.
The nnderslencd are now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets from this City to all
points in the United States.
nr For further particulars ranllng
Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. O. IltWIN A CO., L'd,
1200 lit nrnxral Akpiuh
When the rays of Old Sol are boiling down at u ninety de
gree rate, the air liko tho breath of u furnaco and everything
hot, dry and dusty, the natural desire of the average human is
to drink. But, what to drink? There's the question.
The serious oiled of an ovor-indulgcnco in ico water is woll
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gassy beverages uro known
to bo moro or less injurious to tho health, while Urn mineral
waters of known purity and hcaltlifulness aro a luxury beyond
the reach of but few. What shall we drink?
A beverage to meet tho rcquiiemcnts, must, llrst of all, bo
absolutely pure and non-alcoholic. It should possess a medi
cinal element to counteract tho cllucts of the heat and keep tho
blood pure and tho stomach healthful. In order to be palat
able and refreshing, it should be sparkling and effervescent.
Last but not least, it must bo economical and within the reach
of all. A beverage that fully meets all of tho above require
ments and one that is ontitled to more than passing mention is
HIItKS'JtOOTHRER, manufactured by tho Char. E. Hikes
it Co., of Philadelphia, U. . A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by the highest authorities and pronounced by them to be
free from any deleterious substance and absolutely non-alcoholic ;
whilo all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicioiH, appetizing flavor, is full of snap, sparkle and
cti'crvcsrciico, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A packago from your storekeeper will make live gallons of
this great temporanco drink. Truly it answers the question
What slinll ue drink? Thero aro many substitutes and imita
tions ol MIRES' ROOT BEER offered for salo which should be
"Wo havo used your Root Beer for over a year and Hud it
delicious and healthful. Wo would not like to bo without it a
single day. Wo lind it is holping all of us. Muh. F. II. Ci.auk,
7:i.') Chestor St., Oakland, Cul., U. S. A."
"Wo havo used over ono hundred bottles of your Root Bcor,
drinking it winter mid summer. My brother and myself are
total abstainers, drinking nothing but Hires' Root Beer.
Mich aki. Kki.lv, 10 Water St., Walthuni, Maes., U. S. A."
spoot tho stock of Browu fc Kuboy, i
at No. 4. Masonic Tomploj thoro you
will find tho lartrest variotv in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks ,
and watchos sold on weokly ami
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy '
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
In a rocont editorial tho Salem,
Oregon, Iudopondout says: '"Tituo
anil again havo wo seou Chambor
Iain's Cough Romody triod and never
without tuo most satisfactory re
sults. Whenever wo see a porson
afllictod with horsonoss, with a cough
or cold, wo invariably advise them
to got Chamberlain's uougn itomo
dy; aud when they do, thoy never
regrot it. It always does tho work,
and does it woll." For salo by Ron
son, Smith fc Co., Agouts for tho
IIIEQ TO NOTIFY MY OLD OU8
tomers and tlm public generally that I
am now couuected with .Mobsrs. . O.
Peacock A Co., and shall be pleased to re
etilvo orders on their accounts. Tojoiihono
J. II. Athorton President, '
O. I'. Castle Vire-l'reildent,
K 1). Tennoy Pecretary,
W. A. Iiowen Treasnrer,
J. U.Castlo Auditor.
E. 1). TENNEY.
Secretary Catle A: Cooke, L'd.
Honolulu, U. 1 , Feb. 20, 18U1. 12'13 lw
HONOLULU IRON WORKS OO.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
this Company hold at the Olllce of
Theo. H. Dnvies A Co.. L'd., on the 4th
Instant, the following Ottlcer were elected
for tho ensuing year, vir. :
. . . Wholcsnlo Druggists
. .Theo. 11. Davles,
. . ,F. M. Swanzy,
W. 11. Ilalrd,
,E. W. Holdsworth,
T. It. Koywcirth.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
Hoiiuox Dnua Company.
Benson, Smith & Company.
! IIoLtJSTEu Drug Company, Ltd. .
Lewis & Company Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.. LTD.
! FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
W. P. 0. box 601.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 16S5.
K. W. HOLDSWOltTH,
Honolulu, Fob. 10, 1805. iai7-3t
MUXUAL TELEPHONE 00.
A DIVIDEND ON BTOOK IB8UBI)
prior to Januury 1. Ib05, Is duo and
payablo at thu Olllce of the Coiupuuy ou
Houolulu, Feb. 20, 1605. 1203-lw
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
tt Are now muking Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beauties.
FUESH Q00D3 IN
At the Beayer Saloon, i Shelf Hard,ware' Mechanics; Tools,
.uixuii luiiiis, una uuu uriusiius, oriisuus, ViirriUKU iiiups,
FOH PUESEKVING WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps.
- AGENTS FOH THE CELEUUATED -
T7" A C TT TT ILI OILS,
Thu lleui J.ubrlcuntH Known to Commerce,
. Waled, IruUuul. t'uba, China. Jupan, Juvu, Initlu and the principal cuius of
Pare Guava&Poha Jelly
Put ui by Mm. A. P. JONES. '
1215 Anents, (Jueon Street. flm I the United Htaua.