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4 THE DATLY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 27. 1895.
I U. iU 'III' l'"J
I'kdycd to ii'ithrr Sect nor l'urty,
But Established for the llcnffit of All.
WEDNESDAY, FEB '27, 181)3.
According lo a Now York dispatch
olsowhoto, the eonimnndor of (ho
Chinese warship Chen Yuen, report
ed lo havo been sunlt, was a bravo
! Littlo Bobbin: "Papa, what did
CaiuHtrikoAbfl fort" Sunday-school
I Biiporiutondeut (absent minde(lly) "I
i 1 oh, I forgot for just how much."
Mr.: "What month is it in which
it is unlucky to bo married"' Mrs :
February 26, 1S95.
If persons writing letters to
1 en as in me
)mo doubt s"tns to oxict as lo tion and neglect to mark their
Hut mttfhra are mailu in heavoti. letters "not for publication,"
1 thing that is curtain is that they , i, cl n.,..nA in t,rt ,.;j;
There is a scheme propeetupd
for giving Kona aud Kau district?,
on the fchiiitl of Hawaii, an t tllciuut
tulephone ystutu. It is in tlio hands
of an expert U-lephono man, and the
Bulletin wishes him complete success.
Groat Scott I what a poor memory f,:n,-.ric ' 4Un Crnlnc ,-nrc!cf ',
nuiliiio,uird-nr. Wo woro marri- -" " - ' "
od in June." Lip. drawing upon weir imagina-
Quo tliinu that is certain is that they
are not neodud in the other place
'I ili not rurc for olllco,"
Tlii'y ho ml it fnlr ono gay j
"The lfglslitu-e nilqlit kceii In
I'ihiii n birglii day."
"There'p onf good thitig to b said
about Thompkbu. Ho U perfectly
truthful." "ui course no is. no is i ,.;.,. rnrrnnndenK
too clingy to nnke nn extravagant paid newspapei COM ciponueuu
statoment. loan hulls Cttzen.
thev must expect to be ridi
culed by the people of Hono
lulu who are familiar with all
the events of the. late revolu
tion. They should not over
look the fact that Honolulu is
well supplied with regularly
If tho vote iu tho Senate carrying
the Hawaiian cable amendment to
the diplomatic aud consular bill is
anything like a gauge of annexation
sontimont of that body, tho pros
pects am auythiug but discouraging
for the desired consummation
within a not romoto period.
By t.owl J. Ziovey.
whose duty is to gather items
when they can and to send
them to their respective papers.
With them romancing is per
missable and they are not al
ways expected to stick to de
tails. II the fact that two or
three hundred Japanese lab-
im..nu.i Dionf, s, M iw ' orcrs were placed on a steamer
auauu.g uaiip a nuu 110 and sent out to sea with no-
"Fno Lance," a country corres-, A.T A-TJOTlOH. where as their destination
pondent, is no doubt oxtretno in his I n millTfifin A V 1P..1, O.Q should be brOUCllt to the atleil-
ihlv v-" "-'-'."- -,... r ii r" m :.
m".i . , "MH
. t? Kr -V ttV JTV KftR$V
t' ' ' . 1 yi'Mirtr.tfilWFJit f
- E - k.1.. J.'-VIUKUP
L. B. Kerr
SPECIAL SALE OF
man in IIo-
v.ru ... '
V.$5 r - ? S3srT
Sciy The Automatic Fkaul Skwxio Machine with
the Litest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Ilcjvy Work To Pin chasers: Instructions iu Ariscnc,
Tinsel, Suhnullu and Fancy Hinbroidery Work will be given.
criticisms of what were probably
extreme views. It is open to ejnes- I
tion, besides, what ho says about j
town society being more exclusive J
than country society. People who '
havo spent times at rouio of our J
rural villages havo been hoard to ox
press a contrary opinion. I
Great Britain will hardly declino
to submit tho Venezuelan bouudary
dispute to arbitration, at tho request
of tho United States Congress, aftor
a deputation from tho Houto of
Commons ha presented tho United
States Govorumont with a memorial
iu favor of a treaty to provide for
the submijMou of nil disputes be
tweec thy tvn nations to arbitration.
AT lit tiUU)OK A. M..
t Kill. HKL1. AT I'CllLIC AUCTION
AT 3"5T S-A.LjE3SK.OOM
Camellias, GrviM Maple, Cfjptcmeras,
Masnollns, 3 vnrlptlos: Cupreisui,
White Urrjie Mvrtlu Kerns, Plnm,
I'hIiiisi, assorted; Oranges, Kc., Klo.
Also, General Merchandise, Dry Good!,
Groceries, Household Furniture, K.c , Etc.
Froooedlngs at Circuit Court Term
Boforo Judge Cooper.
John E. Bush and Joseph Xawahi,
charged with conspiracy, woro
brought beforo tho Court to plead.
Thoy asked for further time aud
woro granted uutil 1:80 p.m. to-morrow.
W. It. Castlo appeared for tho
Louis Christ, alias Louis Quotavao,
pleaded guilty to the charge of for
gery, and was seutonced to SO days
at liard labor aud to pay $10 line.
Ho tried to pass off an 1893 tax re
ceipt for an 181)1. The soutoueo was
made mild on account of his boing
an industrious mau with a wifo and
John liapa, granted a now trial
for robbory, is to be released on $500
Threo'Japanose pleaded not guilty
to malicious injury first degree.
Thoy are alleged to havo attempted
. to wreck a train on Waiauao planta
tion. I'nul Neumann for defend
ants. Thoy are to bo released on
$500 bail each, which tho company
will furnish to save their labor for
Several cases were continued till
Notice of Sale!
C( Gouls ami ClmtUls takrn and
dUtrnhied on the Ut ilsy ot Keh
runry, IK' 5, fur arrears o( rfm from
pr'tnlses on Memliant t eet. Ho
nol In Oalin, occupied hy W. B.
I.iico ua u tunniiu
OTICK IS HintKIlY QIVKN T1IA.T
after the uxniriitlon of 15 iIhys from
this IU h ilav of V. Ijruarv. 1&')5. them will
i bo sold At the Auction Kooma of Lewis J.
I LfVby, In tho city of Honolulu, Island or
Othu, on thiitithi ay of March, lbttt, at 10
o'clixk a M. of that day, tho following
Goods and chattels:
I case Crcinn He Cash
II case- fherry, 1 dot. each
1 C case 1'ort, 1 noz. enrh
1 caso Cherry llramly. 1 dor. each
1 cne Cromo l'n Annfa, 1 dor tnch
1 Corking Machliio
I t r-nial'J r-ick
I llottln FlllliiK MRchiun
j 1 letter l'rfB5, Stand Press and Wottr
I 1 Step Ladder
! 1 Detk
1 1 Capsule Machine
I 1 Clock
, 1 Pnfe and Stand
!i lliixf 3
(I Small ltox'fl
3 Small BiikeiH
Jl Uott.ei bhrry Wlue
tion oi the loreien ollicc in
I Tokio, international difllculties
i might ensue. Again, if the
Japanese minister at Washing
, ton should read the article pub-
lished he would probably ca
' ble his home government and
I the representative of His Im
I perial Atajesty in Hawaii would '
1 be hauled over the coals for
I not reporting the matter as it
j was stated in the Binghamton
i papers. You see there are '
j many dangers connected with
not sticking close to the facts :
in writing letters for publica
1 tion. President Dole may have i
, deemed it necessary to stalk
! around the government ,
I grounds with a couple of re
i volvers buckled to his side, but J
we doubt it; it savors too much '
of the actions of presidents of '
i some of the South American
Republics on the part of the ,
rresident, and a Hearty meal ,
of corn beef and cabbage on
the part of the writer. I
During the past week we
have received some cf the
handsomest Black Hanging
Lamps we have ever had in
the store the designs are sim
ply beautiful. We have also
some new styles of Bright
Lamps in very artistic designs
and with the best burners ,
made. These are not dupli
cates of lamps we have had ,
before, but entirely new in ,
H. H. H.
1 VH J?"
fllli H. II. II. Ilarno Liniment pnt
nw Ufa Into tlio AntlnnMnl Jnw)l
I or tlio lout II roan tho ll. It. II. Jton.o
Llnlmptit Iim been tlm loocllnff rptnnly
amonjr t'armpra and Htockmon fur tlio
ruro of Hiiralnn. lirnU-H. Blllf JnlnO,
UiuiTlnn, Wlii.ltralU, Horn HIiiMildoni, He,
ami for family Uwj In without an onnol
for IllipnmitUm, NonraluIft.AcliM.l'alna,
llrnl-u, ('ut and Hiiralnufallcharnctrrii.
JThn If. II. II. Liniment lio many Imita
tions, ami w rntition tlm I'uljllo to rco
tliat tho Tnwln Mark "II. II. II." In on
every Holtlo lfon pnrrluulnR. Tit m!o
PTcrywhoro for 13 cents and 1.03 lier
FRIEND j-' j
MABUOT'S ROUGH PASSAGE.
Tho soaliug schoouor Jlascot ar-1
rived this morning, about 232 days
from Victoria, B. 0. Aftor loavinij i
Victoria tho Mascot wont to Quoon s
Island, where sho got a crow of Mas
sot Indians. From there she sailed .
for Yokohama, but during tho pas
sago sho experienced a very heavy J
storm, iu which sho had considera
ble damage dono to hor rigging, j
This occurred during tho early part i
of this mouth. Tho captain decid- '
ed to put into this port. Tho Mas- j
cot has Indian boats besides an In-,
diau crow. Tho Indians came ashore
this morning. Thov aro dressed iu
civilizod clothing and aro strapping
big follows. They attracted con-1
sidorablo attention about town. Tho
sealer is lying in tho stream. Sho I
will begin ropairiug immediately.
At Williams' Studio aro to bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
SlidoB for lecturo by the set or
Cremc De Ca'sls
Cremu De Mokn
Cremo Do Monthe
r-aint llatihael vVino
Punch an Cognac
Croine Do Tho
3 DIl-Dollies llltt.-rllrlr.iml
0 lloitleB KerhcliciiwiuBtr
i! " Hlack Do-ry Ilranrty
'i 111); and .1 Sum I Dottlrs Mnrnsciulno
h Hott'eH Creuie De Cacao (Chonao)
1 llottlo Creiue e Cumin (Klga)
1 " Ciouin Do Aimla
1 " Chnrtrouse
1 IIIk Dottlo Zlnfandel
1 Dottle UraiiKB DIttors
1 " GltiKer Brandy
1 " Croine De Koso
1 " Belnei Hitters
1 Sreoll Dottle llenedlctlue
32 Small Ilotlles Old Port Wine
(I Small Dottles Sherry Wlue
1 Lot of Stoie Flxturta
WHA.T OTHICRS SAYl
San Josk, Jun. 27, 18(58, Ccrtill-iato of Blood dpavln. In ju-tico to tho
proprietor of "ThoColobr.itodlI.il U Homo Midicitiu D. D.T., 1808," I
will say that I have Usui it to good faisfaction, aud can rocommeud it to
U108U koeping horses us mi invnlu.ible imilioino, and I holicvo it to ho equal
to what it is recommended ; uiul I have ut known its cqu d us an external
remedy, for I havo uho ucil it to good olloet for rhrutnatlsin upon myself.
J. 0. PHI ITS.
This iu to cortify that I saw th above c.i-e, and it was ono of tho worst
spavins I ever s.iw. 1 did not heliovo tint the blood up.ivin could bo cured,
b'lt I would acknowledge that I was inistiikcu, and am willing to recom
mend "Tho Celebrated II H. H. Horse .Medicine D. D. T., 1808," superior
to anything I over had any knowlcilgo of as a horse meiliciuc.
Mil. 1). Dodok ToiiLiNhON Dear S-ir : For Iho information of tho public
nud in justico toynur vnliiahlo Iiomo modiolni', "The Celebrated 11. II. H.
Horse Mcdioino 1). D. T., 18(18" I wcu'.d state lh.it I havo used it to full
Biitiafiiclion on n inuro of mine th.it had an culurenicnt of tho fetlock joint,
which was at least ono third lurgr tliuii befure it got hurl; and of a hard
callous lump, and her leg uUo much larger. The above medicine removed
the enlargement, and olhorwho performed a perfect cuio.
I uho know of its curing blood spavin in dill'crcut cases among my neigh
bors' horses, which wore vtry b.ul aud inciuiiblo by all who saw them; and I
havo full coulhlcnco in tho above lirennration. and hear it spoken of by
W InvA rdfliitv nf tho Rnfli ' others no equal to what it bus been r commended, and can recommend it to
vvt nave uiciujr ui ic 0;im , Ot,ora wlh full coulhlcnco of its gaat worth, and that it performs nil cures
. i n ' i r I ' uuiuia nun mil vuiiiuiciilu in iia kiliii hiiiiii, iiiiii mm, ii, jiuwumio i vmw ru
lUD enamel raillt lor making without injury to the growth of the hair, docs not change tho color of thn-,jytt, v'
Old ZIllC tubs look like new , ,mir uml lvcs tho limb smooth and clean. W I
porcelain lined ones. You I " M,"pc joiin weatiiebb. TJ
Tho same havluc been distrained
for arrears of rent owed hy W. S. I.uco, a
tenant of the premises alttiate on Merchant
street, Honolulu, aforosnld.
uwner aim i.auuioru oi saia I'remibes. '...!... ii' ' j n .
ii!U5-iBt , wc i rave inciii, unci me puce ii
Honolulu, Feb. 1(J, 1&U5.
It is not truo that Ilussoll Sage,
after havitig kiudlod his fire, sticks a
cork iu the end of the bellows to
save tho littlo wind that is left iu
thorn. Texut Sifting.
II1KG TO NOTIFY MY OM) OUS
tomers ami the public goncrnlly that I
am now commuted with Messrs. W. C.
Peacock it Co., aud shall ho pleased to ro
colvo orders on their accounts. To ophono
10. P. O. llox cut. W. S. LUCK.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 18P5. lL'O'J-w
must understand tnat tins is
not the same paint sold for
decorating wicker chairs or,
woodwork; it is made only for '
bath tubs and if applied ac- j
cording to directions will give !
a handsome finish to your tub. j
For decorative purposes we sell .
Nealls' Enamel in various '
Some very pretty Glasses
and Tumblers at low prices
reached us during the week.
One style, plain white glass '
with two or three rings of gold ,
near the top are very pretty I
and equally cheap. Some hand- i
some ones in engraved designs i
may suit you quite as well ripes ana
YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. TOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all tho Celibated
Factories In the United
of evory d'erlp- '
tion done b the !
JlUM.r.TlN PciiusiiiKn Co.. Lii, Flrst-chus
Commercial Work a Specialty, Kstlmatcs ,
given. Orders promptly executed.
If you like hot cakes, why,
not have them in shape of,
wafiles. We have the irons i
and they do not cost much more
than a griddle. '
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ui!
OyfMolt fij-okW Bluet,
IMP0UTEU8, WHOIiESALK AND KHTAIb DEAI.EItS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars,
bcoxjLISTEik. ac bo.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.