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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 22. 1895.
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"iu -rim; 3 :t$ Ulctin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the llcnefit of All,
FRIDAY, FEU. 22, 1893.
It is raid in a Japan paper that
the prieo of coffee- is likoly to rise,
because tho oarthqunkoi in Jam
liavo almost ruinoil thii season's
Mr. Langloy, wlxoso interesting
notes of travel appear in this issue,
is evidently impressed with the
teeming thousand hu meets in
China, and appears to think that u
Japnueso march into the interior
would bo as ill a venture for them
as was tho march on Moscow for
ONE OF IUE DErAKnXO,
Among those unfortunate or
rather unwise enough to have been
implicated in tho Into attempt at
revolution, aud who liavo engaged
to nbent themselves from the coun
try, is Frederick Harrison, tho con
tractor and builder. His departure
nmst be taken as one of tho re
grettable cotipeqtionces of attempt
ing revolution without adequate
reason or oven, ns is generally be
lieved now regarding tho lato up
rising, without any definite know
ledge of its aim or its outcome. Mr.
Harrison has been Mivoutoen years
in tho country, he married a wifo
born iu the country, aud has a young
family Hawaiiau-boru. He has been
a very enorgetiu man of business,
whereby ho has acquired a comfort
able competence. There is no doubt
that tho present severe lesson will '
ultimately bo for Mr. Harrison's
benefit, so that when tho Govern
ment permits him to return to his
adopted country ho will provo a j
more valuable member of tho com-'
munity than ovor. While deeply re- i
grettiug for his own sake tho ocea-
sion of his departure, tho Bulletin
would wish Mr. Harrison aud his
amiable wifo aud youug family a
pleasant voyage hence and tho
greatest prosperity in their exile.
POPULAR COUPLE JOINED.
Tho Hltman-Whlto Wedding Makes
a Pleasant Xvent.
Oeorgo L. Hitman and Maggie
White, ouly daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. White, wero marriod yes-,
terday evening by Rev. H. II. Parker
at tho homo of the bride. Thomas
C.( White was best man, nud tho
bridesmaids wero May Lloyd aud
Thoro was a pleasant wedding
patty at the houc, made brilliant
with colored lautems. Friends of
tho groom presented him with $200.
Tho briduis a very popular young
lad of winsome ways. Mr. Hitman
is one of the leading minstrels of
Honolulu, being great in topical
songs. Sjiiio years ago the volun
teer firemen of Honolulu presented
him with a costlv baujo. Mr. aud
Mr?. Kit man wfll leave for San
Francisco by thebarkentiuol'lanter.
i They have tho Bulletin's hearty
' wishes for a joyful married life.
Are tho good qualities possessed by
I Hood's Sarsaparilla. Above all it
purifies tho blood, thus strengthen-
' nig the nerves; it regulates the dt-
i goslivo organs, invigorates tho kid-
' neys aud liver, tones and builds up
tho entire system, cures Scrofula,
Dypepsia. Catarrh aud Rheumatism.
Out Hood's aud tho only Hood's.
i Hood's Pills euro all livor ills,
, biliousness, jaundice, indigestion, '
sick headache. 2ic. !
If your subscription htu erpiml now
f n ifond Ihw to rfinr" if
By Luwiu J. Lovoy.
Notice of Sale !
( ( Ootils and Chattels takf n and
distrained on the let ilnv of Fob
rilBry, IM, or Arrears of rnm from
jir-niIf- on Meralinnt t cut. Hit
mil In, Oalm, occupied by YV. 8.
I.tico as n tenant.
LEA.VINO THE COUNTRY.
Tboso Who Hnvo EnRagod Berths '
on the Australia,. I
Tho S. S. Australia leaving for
San Fraucisco all o'clock to-morrow ,
(Saturday) afternoon will carry a
largo list of passengers. The gov
ertimeut baud will bo on tho wharf
to spued tho good ship Wreaths of !
flowors aud ovorgreous will bo pro-'
fuo and tho llowor 'wahiues" will '
reap a harvest. Tho following are '
booked at tho oHjch of Wm. O. Irwin
tc Co: I
Paymaster noudoe, T. W. Armos, !
J. Irwin, Jr., Clemenstou aud wife,
Miss A. Widdifield, Mjrs. Captain
Bruguiorre, S. Kothwoll, Alexander
Maoy, J. P. Miller, E. Z Williams, I
James Brown, John Kadin, Mrs. M. I
I. Brown, J. C. Fitzwrnmons, T. F. J
Dredge, Mm. K. Cr Spalding, F. i
Wuudetiburg, J. Etnmeluth, Mrs. O. I
Chambers, Mrs. E. M. Jackson, Miss
M. F. Whittier, Miss F. A. Sasoy, '
Victor Birenstill, T. J. King and '
wife, WT. W. Dixon, W. W. Dixon, Jr., j
E. E. Browu and wife, Thos. Addi-1
son, F. L. Hoogs, Wm. Foster and
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, j
F. L. Hoogs will leavo on tho S. ,
S. Australia to-morrow for San
Francisco. Ho will combine busi- j
nous with pleasure.
There will bo a meeting of tho
Hawaiian Annexation League at the
hall of tho American League at 7:30
to-morrow (Saturday) evening. All
of tho members aud intending ro-
emits are earnestly requested to at-'
If vou want to buv a roallv trood i
clock or watch at Coast prices Su
spect tho stock of Brown k Kuboy,
at No, 1. Masonic Temple; thoro you
will fiuu tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on wookly aud
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
Purser McCombe expects that
about forty passongora will como to
Honolulu on tho next trip of tho
S. S. Australia. There will bo a ,
largo passenger list by that steamer
henco tomorrow. As several of
those arrt-xled in connection with
tho lato rebellion aro to bo paon-1
gers, there will bo an unusually
largo crowd on tho wharf. Tho S. S. i
Atirtralia will arrive back from San
Fraucisco on March 18, i
OTICK IS IIEHF.11Y UIVKN THAT
niter the oxulratlon of 15 (lavs from
tins lU'h uny ot V-bruury, 1805, ther-i will
t.e sold at the Auction Itoomsof Lewis J.
Levey, in the city of Honolulu, Itlaml of
Otliu, on tht Mb i ay of .Murch, 1MB, nt 10
o'clock a m. of that day, the following
Uoudj und Chattels:
I case Crcnie Do CuiH
II ousMd Sherry, 1 doz. each
6 cnfcu Port, 1 iloz. each
1 uiibO Cherry llramly. 1 doz. each
1 caso Cruiite lie Aunts, 1 doz. tneli
1 Corking Mschlue
1 Hinail'j rick
1 llottle FIUI1115 .Machine
1 Ltttor I'renf, btnnd Press and Water
1 Step Judder
1 t'aiistile .Machine
1 fiufo ami Stand
(I Himtll llox-fi
!l Small llaskets
'JIUottles Sherry Wine
23 " l'ort Wine
1!!) " Ainoiitillads
IS " Creme De Casals
7 " Cherry llrandv
!i ' Cherry Cordial
10 " lapieltKummcl
7 " .Muthe
r " Crcme Do Moka
2 ' ('reiuo I)e Jlenthe
a " Arrack (lUtavian)
U " taint ltaphael Wine
" Hitter Brizsr.l
4 " Punch an Cognac
" " Orciuo Do The
11 " lViitiennltit
mils llottles lllttt-r Jtriztinl
ft llottles Kenchcnwaier
1 " Ulack Hcry llrandy
2 IIIk ami 3 Small llottUs MaruMiuIno
h llottles Cromo De Cacao (Chonso)
1 llottlo Creme De Cumin (Ulga)
1 " Creme De Annls
I " Chnrtreiise
1 HIi; Dottle Zlnfandcl
1 Dottle (iriuinH Hitters
1 " Ginger llrandy
1 " Creme De Hose
1 " Boluer Hitters
1 Small Hottlu llenedlctine
il Small llottles Old Port Wino
0 Small Dottles Sherry Wine
1 Lot of Stoie Fixture
1. The same liavinu been distrained
for arrears of rent owed by W. S. Luce, a
tenant of tho premises Bltuate on Morchant
street, Honolulu, uforobaid.
Owner and IRtullord o( said Promises.
Honolulu, l'Vb 10, 110. 11165-151
THE 8TANDAU1M1KED STALUON
" 2ST TJT T O PL OVE
And tho ThoroiiKh-bred Stallion
Are avallublo this peaoon for a lim'ted
number of Mures.
February 15, i$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 (he 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
nrade 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 ReadyAixed 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 (lower 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 gettors.
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.
L. B. Kerr -
is the only
man in Ho
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Soy The Automatic I'kaiu, Skwxio Maoiiink with
the Litest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Put chasers : Instructions iu Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy Kiubroidery Work will be given.
n. H. I.
II. II. Hfimn T.tnlmnnf hnli
hmf jtfn Inttl 4lm Ant.innftul tl,.KAl
1 orllio lait It icara Ilia II. II. H. Unriui
Liniment Ium been tlio loiulina rrmiil
nmiinir rnrmern anil Stockmen for tlio
rare nt Hiirnliu. Ilrnlmw, Miff Joints,
UnTlnn, Vinli;ail, Horn Hlimtldera, etc.,
ml for tnmlly Umi la without an coital
fur Illicnmallm. Nenralda, Ache, 1'aIdn,
Ihn II. II, II. l.lnlmont lia mnny Imlla.
tln, nml wo million tlm I'nlillo to eeo
that the Tn, Jlatls "II. II. JI." Ik oa
every Itottlo liefore inrclialn. Torealci
eerlicro for VI cent and 61.VJ ft
WHA.T OTHSSRS SAY!
Sam Josk, Jan. 27, 18(58, Crtifi J.tte of Blood Spavin. In juatico to tho
proprietor of "ThoColubrutedH.il ! Horso Meilicino D. 1). T., 1868," I
will pay that I liavo ti-td it to good u' faction, und can rccommond it to
thosu koopinj; hordoa u au invaluablu nn iliome, and I lioliovo it to ho equal
to what it is recommended ; and I hnvo nt known its cqttil iih an oztornal
remedy, for I hnvo uImi lined it to gool ollert for rheumatism upon myeelf.
J. O. PHI ITS.
This is to certify th.it I eaw tho ahovo c.i-o, and it w.m ono of tho worat
spavins I ever saw. I did not lioliovo that lliu blood spavin could ho cured,
hut I would acknowledge that I was mN'ukt'U, and mn willintj to recom
mend "Tho Celebrated II 11. II. Horse Medicine I). 1). T., 1808," superior
to anything I ever had any knowledge of ax a horso medicine.
Mu. D. Doihik Tomlinhon Dear Sir: For tho information of tho publio
and in justico to your valuable lionso medicine, "Tho Colebratcd II. II. H.
Horse Mcdicino I). L T., 18(!8," I would state that I have used it to full
satisfaction on a marc (if initio that had an enlargement of tho fetlock joint,
which was at least onothird largr than before it got hurt; and of a hard
callous lump, und her leg alio much larger. The above mcdicino removed
the enlargement, und otherwise jm-i formed a perfect cure.
I aUo know of its curing blood spavin in diileront c;ues among my neigh
bora' horses, which wero very lud und iucitiuble by all who saw them; and I
liavo full confidence in the above preparation, aud bear it spoken of by
others ns equal to what it has been recommended, nud can recommend it to
others with full conlldenco of its great worth, and that it performs nil cures
without injury to the growth of tlio hair, does not chango tho color of tho
hair, mid leaves tho limb smooth and clean.
YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
1 from all the Celebrated VQt
Factories in the Unltotl fi&?
Wo also offer Good I'astnraco bv
tho month or year. l'.'tU-lw
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd.
IMI'OKTEUS, WIIOLEBAIiK AND HKTAIh DKAbEKB IN
Havana, Manila Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Morchant Stroetu.