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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 23. 1895.
dnv j.iuir.r .ii 1 1 if (in.
J'Udyed to wither Sect nor Purty,
Hut Established fur the llcnrfil of All.
SAT UK DAY, FEB. 23, 181)3.
Moro American vessels nrrivo at
llouoliilii than at any otliur port in
tiio world. Thoro is nu nrKiiniPiit
for United States free tnuleia in this
Sotnu of the regular newspipor
correspondence from Honolulu if
bad enough, but, nt tho worst, it
cannot approach in iuiagiuntivo gro
tosiiucuess BOino of tho private lot
tors that yet iuto print. Thoro is a
apociuitMi given in this isMio, which
started on tin' telographio circuit at
Binghaiuton, Now York.
By a Washington dispatch else
whtiro it would appear as if tho
Unitud States Government had do
cided to withdraw from iln sharo in
tho administration of.Simoa' af
fairs. Th'u does not moau that tho
United States will givo up its naval
station sito nl I'ago-Pago, which
America.: officials returned from
Samoa hnvo declared to bo ouo of
tho finest harbors iu tho 1'aeihV.
It is one thing for a general mass
of citizens to asomblo and jioaco
nbly express thoir views upon public
allairs. It is quite another thing for
a convention of delegates from arm
ed bodies to assemble and iustrtiot
tho Government in its exocutivo
business. Tho latter sort of moot
ing only require', under certain con
ditions, "a man on horseback" to
create revolution or anarchy. What
is tho Advisory Council for or tho
Legislature if tho Government is
to bo dictated to by military con
ventions? Tho object sought by last
night's convention cuts no figure in
tho principle of stable government
hero contended for, however just
aid reasonable that object may bo
iu itself or innocent of greed for tho
spoils of politics.
It is most gratifying to find that
tho counsels voiced by tho ButiXTiN
at tho outset, iu favor of tempering
justice with morcy and showing
magnanimity toward vanquished
onomios, havo prevailed with tho
Government. Tho extreme measures
opouly advocated before tho heat
and oxcitemont of hostilities had
subsided would have done the Re
public great injury in the opinion of
the great civilized nations on friendly
tornn with this country. While some
hot-headed people woro trying to in
cite acts of vengeance against the
Bulletin on account of its pleas for
leniency, put forth before the assem
bling of tho Military Commission,
at least two members of tho Cabinet
expressed their gratification that
tup other side of tho question had
found an organ of expression. Tho
Government will uover regret its
decision, which makes it staud
stronger before tho world. Refer
ence is hero mado entirely to the
withholding of tho death penalty.
Comment is rcsorvod on tho judg
moHts othorwiso until aftor tho dis
solution of tho Military Commission.
Tho Unitod States Miuistor at
Tokyo, acting undor instructions
from Mr. Gresnnm. tho Socrotary of
State at Washington, lias officially
notified the Japanese Goverumont
that Mr. Fosters assistance to the
Chineso peace envoys is entirely a
inattor of private arraugoment with
which tho united States Government
has no connection.
the sTANDAitn-mtKi) stallion
" 3ST.XJ T G- 3R, OVE
Aril tho Thorough-bred Stiilllon
Aro available thin mthpii for a limited
number of Mutes.
tXP- Wo also oiler Good I'nsttiri;e by
the luonih or jear. l'.VJ-Jw
February 1$, 1895.
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 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 olT. 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 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 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.
By Jas. r. Morgan.
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOB
THR UNDEttStfJNKD IIAV1F0 DULY
advertised the foreclosure of a certain
tiiottt;it;e of N. F Harper midwife, here
by gives notice that on M0NI1A , Feb. 23,
nt VI noon, nt th Miction rooms of James
F. Morgan, tho fol'owlNK Valuable 1'iopcr
ty will besold nt Auct on I
That certain lot c f ground wit i building
thereon ultnnie on licretanW Mrutt nnd
numbered as bit 112 In tho old survey,
being tho sicond lot call from I'tnwcola
street mid the in uika idde of ller.tanhi
street and froi tlntf '00 feet on fn d Doreio
nla street, and n like width nt the mauki
extremity thereof, with n depth of 150 feet
from said llcrclnnln street
Tho hoinn Is newly pa'nted nnd stable
re-Milni'lcd ntid valircd within I wo mom In
just. Tho hoilso will bo open for Inspec
tion to morrow, Friday, nnd .Sunday, the
2.M an i 'J i 1 1 Inst.
At the same time there will be sMd a
valuablo hone, sale an 1 good for saddle
or ha rnc;.
Further particulars enn bo bed of W. It.
Cmtlo. C. F. WALL,
Honolulu, Frb. 21, IS03. !2lW 3t
By Luwin J. Lovoy.
Motice of Sale !
t f Godi nnd Chatt1s takf n nnd
distrained on the 1st dnv of Feb
ruary, IK fl, for arrears of rem from
prt-mlsftj on Merchant -t cet. Ho
nol lu, Onbn, occupied by 8.
L'tco as n tenant.
H IK SIS Iff Ami til
fll I ' SB E JWfIl
L. B. Kerr
is the only
Bl ninn in IIo-
RBHy nolnlu who
11 polls tlmso
R3? The AuToaiATic I'KAitii kwxiq Maoiiink With
tlie Litest Modern Attachments suitable for Light nnd
Heavy Work To l?ut chasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnolle and Fancy Knibroidery Work will be givon.
H. n. n.
NOTICE IS HKHK1JY OIVBN THAT
nfter tho expiration of l.r days from
this lU'h day of V. bruary, 18"'5, therawill
to sold nt the Auction ltooms of Lewis J. i
Levey, in tho city of Honolulu, Island of '
O ilnt, on tliH bth ony of March, 18!tt, t 10 i
o'clock a m. of that day, tho following
floods nnd (Jliatte.s:
I cnie Crcme Da Cash ;
II casns Hherry, 1 dot. each I
5 casoi Port, 1 loz. each '
t case Cherry Ilraudy. 1 doz each ,
1 cnc Crcmo Pc Anuls, 1 doz -ack
1 Corking Machine I
1 l-ma I'Jr'cl:
1 Ilottlo Killing Machine I
1 Litter l'rfbs, Stand Fress and Wattr i
1 Step Ladder I
1 Caisiiln Much I n
I Bnfo and Stand
3 Small ltaskca
21 nottlesBlicrry Wine
HORSE UNIKWT. Al&lsSr latt"
1 tOffn virA
jj Tzr-- -JVT-. mriBiiJi
'PIIE H. II. H. Horoo Liniment pnH
new llfo Into tho Antiquated ilnrsol
For tho I.vt 11 j-enra tho 11. II. II. Ho
Llnlmont lias bten tho loading remedy
anion Farmers and Hlockmon fur tin)
euro iif Hpralnn, UrnUii, ritlff Joints.
p Khoulilers, etc.,
Creme 1)4 Cassis
Crcmo Do Moka
(IreiLu Do Menthe
taint ltapliael Wine
Punch an Cognao
Orcme Do The
los Llttrr llrizard
fi Dottles Kerchenwajser
2 " HIack Ho ry llrandy
2 ftlg and 3 Small Hoitl-s Murasqulno
h Ilottles Creme De Cacau (Chonao)
1 Ilotlle Creme Do Cumin (Kiga)
1 " Creme Da Annls
I " Chart'uuso
I MIu Ilottlo Klnhmdcl
1 Ilottlo Orange Hitters
1 " Qlnger llrandy
1 " Creme Do Knso
1 " Seiner Illttors
1 Small Ilottlo ncModlctine
S! Small Dottles Old Port Wino
0 Small Bottles Sherry Wine
1 Lot of SUiie Fixtures
. ThoBiine liavlni? been dlitralned
for arrears of rent owed by W B. Luce, a
tenant of the premises situate on Morchant
street, Honolulu, aforcwld.
Owner and Landlord of said Premises.
Honolulu, Feb. IU, ls!. 12115-151
r. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
NO. 103 FOKT 8T11EET.
Hfifivfn. wfntlfFnll. Un
and fur iamlly Um U wlthont an equal
Tho II. 11. II. Liniment ha many Imlta
tlonn, and wo emitlnn tho l'nljllo to iwo
that tho Trndo .Mark "II. IL II." Is on
ecry Ilottlo leforo pnreliaolnc. For tab
PTcrj-whero for 60 coats nnd Sl.CU :
"WHAT OTHBRS SAY!
San Josi:, Jan. 27, 180S, Cerlifiojito ot Blood Spavin. In justice to tho
proprietor of "The Uolobrntcd II. II. II. lforso Medicine I). D. T., 1808," I
will Fay that I havo med it to good satisfaction, and can recommend it to
tliOHO kooping horses us an invaluable nicdiciuo, und I holievo it to bo equal
to what it is rrcommendod ; and I havo nut known its eqiul os an oxtcrnal
remedy, for I have nl-o used it to iiood olTeel for rheumatism upon mysolf.
J. O. PHIl'PS.
This is to certify that I saw tho above caii-, and it was ono of tho worst
spavins I cvor saw. I did not believe that tlio blood spavin could bo cured,
but I would nckuowledno that 1 was mistaken, and um willing to recom
mend "Tho Celebrated II II. II. llorso Medicine U. D. T., 1808," superior
to anything I over had any kuowlidge of as a horse medicine.
Mil D. Dodok Tomlinko.v Djar Sir: For llio information of tho publio
and in justico to your vnluablo horto medioine, "Tho Celebrated II. II. II.
Horse Medicino 1). U. T., 18(3," I wculil state that I havo used it to full
satisfaction on a mare of mine (li.it hud an enlargement of tho fetlock joint,
which was at least one third larger than before il got hurt; and of a hard
callous lump, and her log aUo much larger. Tho abovo medicino removed
tho enlargement, and othorwiso performed a perfect euro.
1 alto know of its curing blood bpavin in didorent oucs among my neigh
bors' hordes, which were very b.ul and iiictirablo by all who saw thorn j and I
havo full conlidcnce iu tlio abovo preparation, unit hear it spoken of by
others as equal to what it hus been n commended, and can recommend it to
others with full conlidcnco of its great worth, and that it performs all cures
without injury to tho growth of tho hair, does not cliango tho color of tho
hair, and leaves tho limb smooth and clean.
YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. FOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all the Celebrated Vjjyt
Factories in tho United
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
OpixMilt BjTookmla Ktock,
M- SAFES ot Various Bites for Kent
by the Month or Year.
Y- VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until 1 r. m. except on Saturdays, when
thoy wlllbo closed nt 2:30 r. m.
WkWE lluy and Sell First-class
8TOOK8 nnd 110NDS and mako ad
vances on same.
llui i.i;tik I'umasiimo Co., Ld. First-class
Commercial Work a Specialty. Estimates
jnien. Orders promptly executed.
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