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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 28. 1895.
Pit dyed to nrither Srct nur Parly,
llut Kabliiheil fur the Ikn'flt n All.
THURSDAY, FEU. 2S, 185)3.
Lot m all tfo Invefoolud a uhili,
and givo tlio shoo iloaler? a vacation.
Wo might as woll havo tho fjatno as
tho iinmt'. It would bj jolly it
"Walkin"' Miller could matte- fact
out of his fanoy. Cover tho raiiHo
sidewalks with loatlicr anil celebrate
tho fourth of July with universal
Doubtless (ho Hawaiian Annexa
tion League put thomsolves on tho
right track, when they rofuHeil to
hamper their organization with do
tails of political union with tho
United States'. What is wanted firot
is the Hag to ensure teeurity from
turmoil within and attack from
without. Afterward tho details will
bo worked out by slatnsmen accord
ing to tho eircuuitanes that, will of
couko bo constantly changing with
tho growing development of tho
islands. Mr. Wilsou'i remarks at
last night's meeting elsewhere re
ported wero well conceived and had
the true ring of common sense.
SALE OF THE J-.8MEKALDA.
Troublrt Cnusnd by a Doal in Which
Flint & Co. Mad'J $400,000.
New Yonic, Feb. 7 Tim mails
from Fouador I o-dav b'ought further
iimms of a dieturbauce arising out of
the sale of the warship E'lnorahh.
Fjrly in Dfcomber last Flint fc Co.
of this city learned that the Chilian
government wubed to soil tho Ei
inernlda. the pric" akitl being .?1(K),
000. Flint it Co. secured n refusal
of , the vi"ol. aud then .ent an ngout
1 1 Japan. The .lapanef-e govern
ment agreed to pay .?300,()00 for tho
uarshiji, but then Chili n fuiil to
part wit hit. The nvjent of Flint &
Co., however, ninth a stent deal
with President Cordero and a po
liiie.d rinrf of i.n-h ux-President
('aa'iiano was n ni'inber. It wa ar
ranged that l'ii.ulorhiul(l buj the
Etnoralda and turn her over to the
Flint agent to sell to Japan. Tho
, plot was carried out. It was learned
, to day that an angry mob chased ox
i President Caaiuaiio to th'j resideuco
of George Chamber, coiiKiil-goueral
i of England at (Juayaquil. Tho house
U watched day anil night, aud Caa
mano will not leave for foar of vio
, lonce. Tho investigation starttd by
tho gi.verumi'iit over tho purchasoof
tho hip i slill going on.
I By Lowia J. Lovoy.
It appears from a woll written de
scription in tho Advertiser of tho
work of tho appraiser, that tho crea
tion of this new olllco has proved to
bo ouo of tho best conceptions
among tho many improvements in
tho public service, in different de
partments, originated by Mr.
Damon, Minister of Finance. Tho
oflico is more than paying for its
maintenance and doing a lino ser
vice for legitimate trade, in tho pro- j
volition of tho unlawful competition I
of goods that do not pay their just !
tributo with goods honestly outer
od. Especially will tho sorvico liko-
ly prove of value in mitigating tho
grievance other dealers have felt
from tho competition of Jnpaueso
merchants, who, it appears, havo
in some cases at least bjou able to
soil things dirt cheap, comparative
ly, simply because tho articles havo
beou imported at ridiculously low
valuations for duty. Tho respect
able Japaneso importers will not bo
sorry to sou a check put upon illegi-1
titnato importing, for tho sake of '
tho good uamo of their nationality.
Mice ei Sale !
Charles 1, Wilson has obtained
tho loan of a book containing tho
memoirs of his graud uucle, Captain
(Sir) James Wilson, who command
ed tho DuU, tho first vessel to take
missionaries of the Loudon Mission
ary Socioty to Tahiti, in tho lattor
part of tho eighteenth century.
There is tho copy of a letter in tho
book dated October 21, 1812, ad
dressed to tho directors of tho socio
ty uamod. There are seven signa
tures to tho letter, of which Cliarloa
Wilson, grandfather of O. B. Wilson,
is one, aud two others Win. Uonry
and II. Hickuell havo relatives liv
ing in Honolulu to-day.
Must Keep Outsdo.
Tho following notice has boon
posted up in tho Folico Statiou:
"Any person or police ollicors
having dealings with tho clerk of
tho Receiving Station will couduct
tho samo over tho couutor, aud upon
no pretext will thoy enter tho olllco
of tho Receiving Statiou unless re
quested bo to do."
Tho exposuro to all sorts and con
ditions of weather that a lumberman
is called upon to endure in tho
camps often produces severe colds
which if not promptly checked, re
Hidt in congestion or puoumonia.
Mr. J. O. Davenport, ex-mauagor of
tho Fort Bragg Bed wood Co., an
immense institution at Fort Bragg,
Cal., says thoy sell largo quantities
of Chamborlain's Cough Remedy at
tho company's storo and that he has
himself used this roraody for a Bovoro
cold and obtained immediate relief.
This modioiuo prevents any tomjoncy
of a cold toward puoumonia and in
sures a prompt recovery. For sale
by Benson, Smith Co., Agents for
tho Hawaiian Islands.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho fetoek of Brown k Kuboy,
at No.l. Masonic Temple; thoro you
will find the largest varioty in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
( ( Go. Un and 01mtt-ls tiik-n and
diftralnt-d on tun lnt day ot Feb
rurry, 18'-6, fur arrearn of run' from
l.r- nits-s in Merchant -t eet. Ho
nol In. Oaliu, oc.uiileil liy V. 8.
I, ice an'u tunam.
NOT. OK 18 HKHKUY QIVKV THAT
after tho expiration of in iaa fi-oni
tills 0 h iiuy of V lirunry, Ih'tf, tlier will
t'Osold at Wii, Auction Kooiiioof IajwIs J.
Levy, In the cltvuf Honolulu, IMaml of
Oiliu, on iIim Mil , ay nf March, 1S'.I, at 1U
o'clock a m. of that ilny, iIih following
Goods and Ul'atto :
1 vase Cretin, lie l'ail
It ciis"i ""horry, 1 dor. raeh
6ejst I' .rt, 1 i't. eii h
i c.iso 'Uierry Ilrandy I doz. carh
1 ca-u Uru'hu I c Attain, 1 dot inch
1 Corking Murlil .e
t Sin- I'lr'ek
1 Dottle Vllllm; Mxrhlnp
I Lttor Vrrtr, btand I'res and Waur
I Step Liddcr
I I ui uU Mnclilne
I S'utrt nnit Ktand
II HiiihII Il.tx s
3 Small ll.iske n
Jl Ilott et hii-rry Wine
2i " Port Wino
III " Anion! llaJs
15 " Crnmo 1) (;afl9
, 7 " riirry Uraudv
I il Cherry Cordial
'0 J 'apj-olt Kuimncl
7 " Mtnthe
ft " Crcmo Do Mkii
- ' '"leuio Do Munthe
I 3 " Arraekfllitavlan)
:) " bulnt Itaphael Whio
i " itltier J)rUr.t
I " I'linch au Cocnac
" Crcmo Do Thu"
II " lVi.pf-rtnlnt
:Ullg Uotiles hltt-rUrizarri
n Uo'tU'D Krcl)eiinntir
I '2 " Hlack Ho ry IJriindy
I 2 Hit? Htd i HinnW lloitl-3 Muru'ipilno
I b HottV Cremo D Cacao (Cnouno)
1 Hollo Creme Do Ciimm (KUk)
1 " C'cino Do Annls
I " Ch-irt'ousn
1 Hlu' llottJo Zlnfaiidil
! 1 Dot le Ornnj-u Dltturs
( I " aiiijter Mrandy
i 1 " Crouiti Do ltns.0 t
I 1 " fieliiirMlturs
i 1 Hinnll Dottlo HoiiPilIctino
i USBmall II .t'lesOld l'orr. Wino
, U Smull Hetties Sherry Wine
! 1 Uil of Stoie Fixtures
V Thotuina huvlni; ''ecu (lUtnilnd
forairoarH of toutowod by W H. I.uco, a
I tenant of tha premuesiiltunteouMorcliaiit
i btreet, llonolull, nforosald.
I Owner and l.iui'llord of siUd l'roniltips.
i Honolulu, Fdb. 1(), ls'JS. , 12J5-l.rt
IN THE CIltCl'IT t'Ol'KT OF THE
l''lr.it Circuit, Hawaiian Islands, In
I 1'robato-at ChamborH. In tho mattor of
ttiH ctlato or Ah Hoy, minor. Order to
hIiow causo on application of guurdlan to
Hell ward's real estate On reading mid
Ming tho potltlon of Charles hucan, tho
KiiBiiiiini oi mo property ot eaui Ah lloy,
, minor, praymg for an order of nalo of cer
I tain real estutu beloiming to Bald ward, bo
i lug one undivided half of tho piece, ot land
j situate in Kiillhl containing LMS10 fijaaro
1 feet, and conveved to him and his mother,
I.ulka, by deed recorded In tho ltcclstor
I Olllco, In I.Iber 10-2, p. !7,tlio same being
portion oi laniKiOfcriiieii in Koyul 1'atent
2.TO, and netting forth certain legal reasons
why buch real estate should bo told, to wit:
for the purpose of fnrnlihlng support tor
the eaid Ah Hoy. It Is hereby ordered,
that the next of kin of the said ward and
all persons Interested In tho said estate,
appear beforo this Court on FKIDAY, tho
loth day of March, A. D. JMtt, at 10 o'clouk
a. m , al the Court room of this Court, In
Honolulu, Oalui, then and there to bIiow
cause why an ordor sfcould not bo granted
for the pale of such estate.
Dated Honolulu, H. I., Feb. J3, 1805.
ily the Court:
II1KG TO NOTIFY MY Obi) CUS
tomers and the public gonerally that I
urn now connected with Alu.rs. V. 0.
1'eacock & Co., and shall bo p1eihd to ro
colvu orders on their accounts. To ophouo
id. V. O. Hox roi. W. 8. JilfQK.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, 1895. l'.'OO-w
February 26, 1S95.
If persons writing letters to
fiiends in the States persist in
drawing upon their imagina
tion and neglect to mark their
letters "not for publication,"
they 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
paid newspaper correspondents
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 ot
three hundred Japanese lab
orers were placed on a steamer
and sent out to sea with no
where as their destination
should be brought to the atten
tion of the foreign ofllce in
Tokio, international difilculties
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
the representative of His Im
perial Aajesty in Hawaii would
be hauled over the coals for
not reporting the matter as it
was stafed in the Binghamton
papers. You see there are
many dangers connected with
not sticking close to the facts
in writing letters for publica
tion. President Dole may have
deemed it necessary to stalk
around the government
grounds with a couple of re
volvers buckled to his side, but
we doubt it; it savors too much
of the actions of presidents of
some of the South American
Republics on the part of the
President, and a hearty meal
of corn beef and cabbage on
the part of the writer.
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' liad
before, but entirely new in
We have plenty of the Bath
Tub Enamel Paint for making
old zinc tubs look like new
porcelain lined ones. You
must understand that this is
not the same paint sold for
decorating wicker chairs or
woodwork; it is made only for
bath tubs and if applied ac
cording to directions will give
a handsome finish to your tub.
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
and equally cheap. Some hand
some ones in engraved designs
may suit you quite as well
we have them, and the price is
If you like hot cakes, why,
not have them in shape of
waffles. We have the irons
and they do not cost much more
than a griddle.
Tbe Hawaiian HaTdwar Ge. lid.
In I IMIIiiESjfHwJi
L. I Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho
3sr The Automatic Phaiii, f-'nwxio Maciiixh with
tho. Litest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Ilouvy Work To Put chaser : Instructions in Arisenc,
Tinsel, Schiu'llo and Fancy Minbroidery "Work will be given.
n. H. n.
) iW5t- r-v-V'
1 -jib il. il. Jl. nana .Liniment pnt
f now liro Into tlioAntlnnatnl Jlnrno!
IprtliB lat li rears tlio . II. II, Jlonxj
l.lnlmcnt has been tlio lcaillng rcmnlr
amiini? fc firmer ami Ktockmon for tlio
euro uf Hiirntn.,, Hrniwg, Bllir Joint,
fcSimlnt, wlnilmllKi HornWionldori, tie.,
"nil for Family Uo U.wltliont an niiial
fur Itheamatlsm. Nenralula, AcIim, l'alno,
Tho II. II. II. I.inlmont luw rrnnylmltn
tjiin, ami wo rantloa tho I'hWIo to mm.
Hint tlio Trailn Mark "II. II. Jl." li on
OTory llottlo hf fom imrrhanlnir. 1'iir Kilo
ncrrnlcn for Wl cciuts auJ $1.0-J jt
WHAT OTHItBS SAY!
Sa.v Johb, Jun. 27, 18(18, UtTtifijuiu of Mood ripavln. In ju.ttco to tbo
liropriotor of "ThoColobratcillI.il II Horuo Mtilicino 1). D. T., 1808," I
will Fay tlia. I havo luuil it tu good a'.iHf.mtioii, anil can rccommoiul it to
tliOHO koplng hur.-n.-t) un an Inviiluablo nuiliatuii, mid I holicvo it to ho equal
to what it in rocoinnictnleil,; and I havo n t known its cqu il ns an external
remedy, for I havo alo lined il to gool eilwt for rheumatism upon myeolf.
j. o. whits.
This iH lo coriify tli.it I mtw tho ahovo ua-o, and it wan ono of tho worat
spavina I cvor saw. I did not holiovo that tho blood apaviu could ho cured,
but I would acknowledge that 1 wan niiotukini, and am willing to recom
mend "Tho Celebrated 11 II. II. Houo Medicini' 1). 1). T., 1808," Btiporior
to anything I over had any knowledge of no a horeo medicine.
Jin. 1). Doihii: Tomlixkon Dear Sir: For tho information of tho public
and in jtistieo to your valuable lioro niO'liciui, "Tho Celebrated H. II. II.
Homo Medioino D. 1). T., 18(18," I wr.uM Btate that I havo used it to full
satisfaction on u maro of mino that had an enlargement of tho fetlock joint,
which was at least ono third larger than beforo it got hurt; and of a hard
callouH lump, and her leg also much larger. Tho above medieino removed
tho enlargement, mid otherwise performed n perfect cure.
I id's o know of its curing blood spavin in diil'oreut'cai'cs among my neigh
bors' horses, which wero viry bad aud incurable by all who saw them ; and I
havo full confidence in the uhovo preparation, and hear it spoken of by
others as equal to what it li.iri beou rrcomnioudcd, and can recommend it to
others with full confidence of its gruit worth, aud that it perforins nil cures
without injury to tho growth of tho hair, doos not change tho color of tho
hair, and leaves tho limb mnootli and clean.
YOU HAD BETTER TRY IT. TOR SALE BY
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.,
from all the CoUbrated &$
Factories In the United
IMl'OUTBItB, WJlOIiESALB AND KETAIli DKAhEUS IS
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
SCOIjLIS'X'E!!?. Sb OO.
Cor. Fort and Morchant Stroeta.