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VOL. IX. NO. 1274. . HONOLULU, H. 1.,
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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K VICKY AITKKNOON
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llshed by the JJiAly Bulletin Publishing
Company, Limited, at Ita ottice, Mer
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian IM
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alnkea street, Honolulu, afnrejnld
Address letters (or the paper ' Edllu;
Bullktin," and business letters " Manager
Dally liulletln Publishing Company."
Using a personal address may cause delay
UtrocTERs am DrAi.r.r.s in l.uMoru ami
all kinds or liUHIUMI .Mati:fik.
. KAOiirnxrv . oo
QiiNi.mi. Commihsion Aok.ntn.
Oorner Fort kuJ ijueen btrttf Miininiu.
JIIO. 3 SMITHIKh
MahnkuuH, Kolinlh, Huwti.
Manukactuiiimi Jewei.lii a.nu Watcii-
Knkui Jewelry a specialty, t'aniLiiiMt
attention paid to all kinds of repairs
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IKON WORKS,
Steam Ekuineu, Sdiar Millh, IIoilirx,
Coolers. Iron, Brigs ahi Lead
Machinery of Every Dmnriitiiiii Mail tu
Order. Partluulur attontlon paid to flhipf'
Blacksmlthlng. Job Work eu-nttted t
CpNTItACTOIt AND BuiLDEIt.
Estlnmtca given on all kinds of Brick,
Iron, Stone and Wooden Buildings. Job
bing of all kinds. Bnlidlng Muterlnl for
sale. 510 ami 512 King street. Itoiidence
Telephone, Bell S27; ll. O. Box 11.
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. S01IMM)T & ONS.
Aeon" fo H,"llan Nland
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Ht
- 80TB TELEPQ0NES 113
Fine CarriagoB & Civil Dnvwrx
To be had at all hour.
,1. S. ANDRADE.
1. G. IRTOI & CO.
ALEX CROSS .t SONS'
llflieiif.iird 1111) OMda tone Snotisr.v
Wu nro olo jircpnretl to tuKe union for
MrtMMi'ii, JM. Ohlandl . Oo
Insuring prompt delivery.
AV'Ihls Is a superior Palut Oil. con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, nnd
giving a lasting brilliancy to colon.
Used with drier It glYes a splndtd floor
it.rt i a.. u.l...
iiuiiiicu ciigars, ouiiiiun, i
FMt'tttt'iKCdftulll'j Co.'b Ooruwl Ubtil
PAUAl'KlNi: PAINT CO.'S
Goinpuunds, Rooliug & Pupwi,
t-j '"ifcDi iuim rin t.iit'i.
Jurboti.V Ciamnud, Uuaranl a C-ur-lasllng
Kfpcclnlly designed fr Vnciiuin lMrs.
tiirtinrd Yixb Insurauco Co.,
London k UnoaHblra Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Int. Co.,
Ntiw Turk idle ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGM,
General Agent tor Hawaiian Islands.
Win. G. Irwin & Co.
I Wm. Ki. irniu President una MauuKer
Clans Spreckels. - Vice-President
I W. M. OltTard, rtecretary and Treasurer
I Theo. O. Porta ndltnr
I Sugar Paotore
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
UK BAN KBANOIHCO, UAL.
O. B. DWIGHT
Does all kino a of Work In
Ctment & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
He has on band a large supply of Chi
li te Qranlte Curb and alwayn keeps Ha
waiian Curbing Stone. Etlinnes given
and lowest prices assured. B"ll Telephone
ITO YEN KEE & CO.,
41 'Jnuann rltrt-Mi
Tinsmiths, Plnmbino. Etc.
OKOCKEKY and OLABBWAltK.
A New Easiness !
Inion J5C8 1
1 tun now prop u oil to
transact l-tiMni't-s that may
l.u onlnistid to
patch. ColluolioiiH made,
Jinilding.s In.surid against
los- fiom (itv. Keal Esfato
properly carod for.
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on . . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is a dry powder which can he
prepared for ut-o by nimply t-tirrinj; '
in COLD WATER nnd enii ho np-J
plied by unyono nnd will uhwiya jiro
dueo good work.
It is VEUY WHITE, extremely ro- ,
flectivo and hnrdeiiH on a wall like
It will LiKt lor years, unit i un
n Hoc ted by giieeti.
One coat covers better than two
coats of oil paint or whitewiiHli.
It can bo used on any surface, and
for all clashes of work, oven for tho
It will not r;ih, scalo or craeje. nor
will it hofton with ngo or dii-color.
It will not bet in tho mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by (.landing u few
It can bo used to good advanlago j
over old whituwath without scraping. '
1TDKIESOUT WHITE AFTER '
BEING WET. i
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
bility considered. '
Is is supplied in barrels from 300 i
to 400 lbs., albo in boxes of 100, f0 '
and -.r pounds. '
. . FOR SALE BY . .
WM.G. IRWIN CO.,
Agents lor tlie Hawaiian talKwif
Pure Guaya & Poha Jelly
Put up by Mit. A. P. JONES.
M .w.McCHESNEY & SONS,
25 Ageuts, Queen Street. flm
Co U Water Faint
More ' linn a, Rcoro of Prison rn
Coutl t'ouvi'iu'd at Di.'JO o'clock j It is proposed to form a joiut
this morning, stock company under tho Hawaiian
James Aylott, brother of William statutes, for t'lio purpose of estab
Aylott, cornet it of tho Hawaiian j lishiug telephonic and telegraphic
Nationil b.inil. wn tho only prisoner i eoiiinnmieatiou on the Ulnud of lln-
brought up. Ho va charged with
iniMrhi"ii of tn-aon. The chanre I
and t peeilh'ntioiH worn road to li'in.
Prisoner ih'sirod no eoutiol. He
pleaded guilty to both ehr.rio and ,
' ppecificntiou. 1'IioJik1io Advocate
! stated to the Court that AU tt knew
! of (he landing of th armt .it Rabbit
; Tho Court cleared fur further
Ou re eonvoninjj at 10:15 o'eloek
tho following prisoners wore brought
, iu: Ueorfo Townsoml, Charles War
ren, Chnrle IJtrlow. Sam Pun Mio,
: Bill lliu, Kobt-rt llukuole Silva, Ka
himalnui, Joseph Ahin, J. Paaoao,
.Solomon Kupihea, Kawiki, Kalun,
Sam Iva, Sam Knnahele, Kauelo,
Katilij Naaieono, Limaliopti, Kiui,
Kaoliimauuu, Sam Keauti, William
Olepau ami Xiolo. '
Nouo of tho prisouors desiictl
Judgo Advocato llobortson road
order eonvoning commission.
, Tho prisoners had no objection to
any member of tho commission.
1 Tho charge of treasou with speci-
licatioiis was ruau.
To tho ehariro and ppecifiealiom
tlio prisoners answered individually:
'Ua howa" (guilty).
Thoy did not iro to mako any
statement but would have their
cases with tho Court. Tho Jtulpu
Advoeato would not make any ad
dro9 and tho ease as olosed.
At 11:80 o'clock the Coiuumtion
re-asfeinbled mill the follow inj
pri?ouers worn brought in,
Charles Clark, William K. Kaae,
John Kahoeka (ICeoni Liilii) ami .1.
Charles H. Claik, William F. If ri
and John ICaiiui did not desiro
John Kahoeka wanted John Kau
lukou to rpresent him. Liter ho
withdrew his desire.
' K"(,'i'lnr form gone through.
None of tho prisoner had 11113' ob
jections to tho CommiEbion.
1 Tho charges of treason with spe
cifications was then read to tho ae
cued. ' Tho prisoners severally pleaded
guilty to. tho specifications and
charge as read.
I Tho Judge Adrocato submitted
I tho case.
Tho prisouors have all been used
as witnesses in provious eases.
Mr. Kaulukou arrived iu tho
Courtroom at this point. Ho desir
ed to mako a few remarks in tho in
terest of John Kahoeka whom ho
had previously seen nt tho Police
Station tlirouuh tho courtesy of tho
. 1 Marshal. I advised Kahoeka to
plead guilty and I understand that
ho has already done so. I hope that
tho Court will bo very lenient with
him and allow him to go. Ho lias a
family to support. JIo has been
usod as a witness by thn govornmout
and this should bo taken into con
sideration. Tho Judgo Advocato asked that
tho minimum penalty bo imposed,
but this Court had no right to re
lease any prisoner. That would be
left to thn Exocutive.
Boforo recess tho Judge Advocato
announced that tho caso of A. M.
Hewott would bo called at 2 o'clock.
Paul Neumann will appear for him.
Itocoss taken till 2 o clock.
A. 31. I1UWETT ON' TniAL.
Tho Court did not re-convene
again until 2:40 o'clock, the delay
being caused by Mr. Noumaun de
siring that his witnessos be all called
and bo present beforo tho case pro
ceeded. The Judgo Advocate announced
that ho had a charge nnd specifica
tions to prefer against Aloxaudor
Aftor tho Bwearing in of tho Com
mission tho charge of misprision of
treason was read against the accused.
Briggs: "Woll.Vlid that dose T
told you to take scatter your cold?"
Braggs: "It did, heautifulh. Whpn
I saw you tho cold was only in my
throat and now it !b scattered all
over 1110." Indianapolis Journal.
1 you are out 0 Bill Heads, Letter
Heads, etc., we can supply them.
TELEPHONES FOR HAWAII.
Prospoctua of tho Kona-Knu Xalo
phono nnd Telegraph Oo.
waii, and nioriM .peei illy in thodk
iriitftof No-tli nod Smith Knm and
K111, to re'it telephones mid 1 leetri
eal instruments of all deferijtion?,
and to do n pmernl tclephoim and
t legraph business. So sas n pros
pectus just issued.
Thosev(ial distrhts abuvo men
tioned hno been thoroughly can
jassed willi tho ol'juet of ascertain
ing the number of subcribers that
can be secured to an ellieieut tele
phono system, and resident and
properly holders oeo ami all nro
earnest in thir di-siro to lend sup
port to a project that will place
them in telephonic communication
with their neighbor, the Dimmer
landings and tho other districts ou
A conservative oUimito of tho
subscribers to bo obtained nt six dol
lars per mouth phves the number at
seventy, with very good prospects of
an increase to at least eighty-live
subscribers within two years from
It is proposed to incorporate the
company with a capita stock of
.?li!,0(X)(X). The s'oek is to be divid
ed into ISO diatfs of the par value
of $'2' per share.
The liability of eneli stockholder
to be limitid to the amou"t due up
on tho nock to be Fiihcrihi'd for be
fore incorporating, and W) percent
of the capital paid in bforo tho
couiiiionc inniit of the opera ions.
Tho remainder of tho capital to bo
paid iu upon a'sy-Hineiit 11s circum
stances may require uml the direc
tors shall decide.
Au approximate estimate of tho
roM of construction iB.Sll,'2uS, whilo
the co.t for maintenance of entire
py Mem per year is put at .?.'502O. Tho
estimated receipts lirit year are, for
reui of seventy telepones at S72,
S.'jOIO, from which deducting cost of
maintenance would Imvo a balance
of ?1 120.
With tho advent of new roads, tho
rapid increase of a dcidrahlo popula
tion, the iucroaso in the coll'eo nnd
ii'her industries, North mid South
Kona and Kau are rapidly advauc
ing to a place among tho other dis
tricts of tho islands. Thereforo a
moans of communication such as the
telephone would nllord is of the ut
most importance mid will bo earnest
ly supported by all iuteiosted iu the
advancement of tho districts.
a L. Auugst, the experienced olectri
' cinti and lately superintendent of
the Mutual Teluphotio Co,, is tL"
' promoter of tho scheme,
' RELEASED rROM PRI80N.
Nino Man Again Broatho tho Air of
Tho following named prisouors
under suspicion of complicity iu tho
rebolliou were released this morn
ing: Joo Aoa, Charles Molteno, James
Duunoll, Antone Rosa, Oliver Still-
mann, J. W. L. McGuire, W. F.
Kaao, Charles II. Clark, W. F. Hoy-
None of them are under promise
to leave the country.
How to Ouro RhoumatUm.
Aiiaoo, Coos Co , Oiieoon, Nov. 10,
18'J3. lavish to inform you of tlio
great good Chamberlain's Pain Balm
has dono my wife. She has beon
troubled with rheumatism of the
arms and hands for six months, and
has tried many remedies prescribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief until she used this Pain Balm;
one bottle of which has completely
cured her. I take plcasuro iu lecoin
menditig it for that trouble. Yours
truly, C. A. Bi'LLono. HO cent and
S1.00 bottler. Fur salo by all dealers.
Beusou, Smith & Co., agents for the
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch nt Coast prices in
spect the stock of Brown h Kubey,
at No. 4, Masonic Telnplej there you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold ou weokly and
monthly payments. Browii fe Kuboy
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.