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THE DAILY DULLETIN, FEBRUARY 28, 1895.
LOOAL AWD UKWERAL SBVS
Captain John Ross has been ro-'
leased from prison.
To-day is pay day for employees
of the government. I
James Vivas has a fiuo cottage for
rent on Emma street.
There am likely to bo moro sent
ences of rebels announced to-morrow.
W. F. Rnjnolda is again attending
to business at tho Golden Kulu
Julian D. llnyno was in tho audi
ence during tho Courtmarti.il this
Captain Grillilhsof tho bark Al
bert expects hU vtssol to sail on
There is remarkably little damage
dono to tho lloor of the Opera House
W. G. Irwin left on tho steamer
Wnialoalo this morning for Lahaiua
Tho football teams are in active
practico for tho coming match on
British Commissioner Hawos is in
'constant attendance during the trial
of A. M. Ilowett before tho Military '
Captalu William Davios vm ro-(
leasod yostorday afternoon. Ho has
materially weakened in health judg-
iuK by his looks.
Captain Larson, head of tho dotec-
tivo force, and four of his men
Dick Kekoua, John Kuni and two 1
Chinamen havo been rolioved of ,
.1 U, nnr.mr TT..l !
jiecuanicfl nuiuu. curuor nuiui
1 ..I Tl TT-1..1
ana isuuauu siroois, longing ..y my,
week or month.
Terms: 25 and 50
iir fright; SI and $1.25 por
William Sheldon, doputy sheriff
of Waianae, camo up to town last
night. He reports nothing new in
v that district, but a strict wateh is
being kept for opium smugglers.
Unitod Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fiuo livery outfits at tho short
-J-est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonotte.
C. B. Dwight is now eugagod lay
ing a grauito stone curbing on tho
mauka and Waikiki sides of tho
Oceanic warehouse. When finished
1 it will be a groat improvement on
! the provious rickety wooden curb
0. R. Harrison, practical piano
1 .. and orcan maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. A.1I work
guaranteed to b t.h shhih a done
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in tho jewelry lino. H. G.
Diart, at 0. Gortz'a store, Fort streot,
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
ner & Co.
A Bulletin representative picked
up a cardboard door check on tho
main floor of tho roofless Opera
Houso this afternoon, which has a
slight smirch of soot on it after
. passing through tho terrific fire that
destroyed nearly the whole interior
of the building.
John E. Bush and Joseph Nawahi,
imprisoned for conspiracy beforo tho
outbreak, were admitted to $10,000
bail eanh this afternoon. Bail bonds
are offerd by H. E. Mclntyre, 0. B.
Maile, J. W. Kaikainahaolo and Lau l
Chong, but had not been accepted '
up till 3:30 p. m. j
Manuel Fernando. PortuKtieso.
and Kumuiki, Hawaiian, had a fistio
encounter in otfo of tho box cars of
tho O. It. & L. Co. at noon to-day,
in which blood was drawn from
Mauuol's noso. Tho noise attraoted
tho attoutiou of Ous Hammer, who
immediately arrostod tho fighters
George E. Smithies has oponod n
business agency, as will bo seen by
his card, lie will mako a specialty
of Government bills, tho modo of
handling which ho understands
thoroughly, from mauy years' ex
perience in tho Interior and Financo
departments. Mr. Smithios is com
petent, industrious and faithful, and
tho Bulletin wishes him success iu
1 Viggo Jacobson, whoso card ap -
pears Iu this issuo, has boon com-
' missioned to engross the resolutions
of condolonco upon tho death of C.
L. Carter adopted by tho American
T nnmm nt n snnnUI iniuiMno nn flin
League at a special meeting on ino
IIU 1USI. iiemg uuquesuouiiuiy 1110
penman par excellence iu tho Ha-
" "wntian Republic, ho may bo depend-
,. v.. "f"", r ' Y;T,
worthy of tho ocuabioii.
Daily Bulletin f0 "mt$ per month.
The Sumuor Oao Bush and Nawa
ht Stand Mute.
J. K. Sumner, by his next friend, I
Maria S. Davis, vs. M. P. Crandell, ,
catno beforo Judgo Cooper this
nftornoon upon defendant's motion '
to requiro a bond for costs from
plaintiff. J. A. Magoou opposed tho
motion, which was supported by
W. 11. Castle. Tho Court thought
Mr. Crandell might bo entitled to
indemnity if it had boon askod, but
the aflidavit did not ask it for him
but set forth that Mr. Sutnuer might
Mr. Castlo theu moved to ttriko
out that part of the aflidavit.
Mr. Magoou wanted to see a now
aflidavit, so that ho might have time
The Court t bought the present
aflidavit could hardly bo made avail
able, but denied tho motion to (lis- ,
miss tho motion for bond. Contin
ued till 10 a.m. tomorrow,
i J. E. Bush and J. Nawahi wore
cailod to plead to indictmout for !
conspiracy. Mr. Castlo for defend
ants asked if tho case might bo con
i tinned witlput a plea. Tho Court '
i answered that it should bo considor- i
ed the defendants stood mute and n
plea 0f not guilty would be entored.
Tho Court also admitted tho pri-
noners to bail in 510,000 oach.
Nahaololua et al. vs. Kaaahu el al.
wo? thon argued uudor a now phase, '
fol owing a Supremo Court decision ,
f lno othor day. Achi for plaintiffs; '
Uarlwoll for defendants.
In a recent editorial tho Salem, i
Oregon, Independent says: ''Timo
anJ again have wo aeon Chamber-
Iain's Cough ltomeuy tried auu uovor
WIIIOU IUQ fMIUBIBOWHy TO-
Whenever wo seo a porsou
nn1:.ml -.1.1. ,nrno. with aemic-h
or cold, wo invariably advise them
'' ..,-----.---, ... - 0
to got Chamberlain' Cough Romo-
uy; anu wneu inoy up, iney never
It always does tuo work,
and does it well." For sale by Bon-
son, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Pi)p!c & Poultry fall
On WEDNESDAY, Mar. 0,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
A.T MY SAI-1BJSR.OOI1A
t Wil f. BELl, AT rUDLIU AUCTION
lly order of Mr V. Q. Camurluos,
The Lease of the Kilibi Pine
apple and Poultiy Ranch,
Tho Property consists of II Acres, leawl
for 5 years at an annual rontal of $30
Tluire are over -10,000 of tho Uest Varlo
ties of Pineapple. 1'Iants, now crowlut;.
one-half nf which will have matured fruit
in or 5 nx.nths, ami tbo balance will fruit
inside of the j car. Tho f rntt easily avor
og-s 20c. inch. There is uite a largo lot of
Turkey, Chickens and Geese
Valued now at from JOTO to $750.
There is aln a Flue Well with Windmill,
Etc. Also Houses, Hanch Tools, Kto
For further particulars, apply to
Jas IT. Morgan,
G. E. SMITHIES,
AfCODn'Hit, Colli ctor and Copjlst.
Ofllce 50.2 Tort St. -a or-Telephones HO
I i-tOb. Tho Collection of Government Hills
a Hpticitmy. i-w
C-ompmtu' ter nrtn bt
Botta TeUphonea ie.
TVT0TI0B IS HEREBY GIVEN TO Alii
Xi persons that there are at the (lovern-
uieiu rouuu in .mukiki, rtu. zi, ib:, 1
1 Kstray Horne, vi.:
, lHonel Horse hranlod "K" on left hind
$$& S.o'wSe.o an..
' mai ure requested 10 como and take tho
Haiua on or Wore 12 o'clock noon SATUlt-
, DA, March I), lMrt, otherwise said animal
. wl1 b0 HOl(l ut b,(J nU(.tlo 0M SHld llat0
nnt i,ollr. y, KAAl'A,
j l'Jr.' 3t found Mnitcr.
, JUO rniHiaU tlon donoby tho
ih-llcth Pubuhiwo Co.. l". Klrst-cjass
Commercial Work Specialty. Estimates
Klven, Orders promptly executed.
A GOOD NIGHT'S Iest
only to be obtained in a
. , nvnrnfl uv n F .
"" .,.. w j v...- v... v...
EVEN" then ypu can not
bo entirely happy unless shel
tered from the terrors of the
You can't shoot them and
you can't catch them; so the
best plan is to let them fret
themselves to death in a vain
endeavor to get at you
through one of our flO-INCII
WIDE and 10 YARDS long
If there is any house in
town that has a nice line of
, wo most assuredly claim to bo
that House. We navo tnem;
they are perfect beauties. A
look is all that is needed to
get you to buy them.
is another thing that we ex
pect to sell a large quantity
of during this week ; we must
53 oWLl , but cor -
tntoiy SURELY, the people
' aro finding out that when it
j gets to Ppices and Qualities.
we are lending: all.
B. P. EIILERS & CO.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.
DIVIDEND ON 8TO0IC ISSUED
. prior to January 1. 1MB, is duo and
rablaattho Olllce of the Company ou
Icrclmnt street. . .
Honolulu, l'eh. 20, JWIS. 203-lw
EDISON'S KINETOSCOPE 1
170H 'iek ( 0) i:n"is you can see
JL' uio uruatost .Marvel 01 ecienre.
TO-DAY-"Tho UoxliiK Cats."
- Subjects cliBiiKod dally at Hart
A Company's, Hotel street. Exhibition
hours: l. m. toOr.M. ia52-tl
New Goods! - :
JUST OPENED AT
1ST. S. 3 -A. O US'
520 Fort St, - - Hon.ol-u3.-u..
I ATEST NOVELTIES:
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In shades u( Tan In all sizes.
j SHORT CORSETS!
I Just tlie thine for rldinir or lor thort iicotde. We havo them In nil sires.
Xew Hand Hays, iS'ew Buckles,
New Jut Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
ES JSTH3W HiAOES
What Shall We Drink?
When tho rays of Old Sol aro boiling down at a ninety de
gree rntc, tho nir liko tho breath of a furnace and everything
hot, dry and dusty, tho natural desire of tho nvcrago human is
to drink. Hut, what to drink? There's tho question.
Tho Kcrious effect of nn ovcr-indulgcnco in ice water is woll
known. Tho thousand and one cheap gavsy beverages aro known
to bo more or lusm injurious to the health, whilo the mineral
waters of known purity and hcalthfulncss aro a luxury beyond
the reach of hut few. What shall wc drink?
A beverage to meet tho rciiuiiemcuts, must, first of all, ho
absolutely pure and non-ukoholic. It should ponces a medi
cinal element to counteract tho cll'ecta of the heat and keep tho
blood pure and tho stonittch healthful. In order to bo palat
able and refreshing, it should be sparkling unil cllurvcscout.
Last hut not least, it must bo economical and within tho reach
of nil. A beverage that fully meets till of tho ahovo require
ments and one that is entitled to more than passing mention is
HIRES' HOOT BEER, manufactured by tho Ciias. E. Hikes
it Co., of Philadelphia, U. S. A. This preparation has been ana
lyzed by tho highest authorities and pronounced by them to ho
free from any deleterious substance and absolutely non-alcoholic j
whilo all physicians acknowledge its health giving qualities. It
has a delicious, appetising llavor, is full of snap, sparklo and
cflurvcscenco, and is without a peer as a refreshment.
A package from your storekeeper will mako fivo gallons of
this great temperance drink. Truly it answers the question
What shall wo drink? ,Thero aro many substitutes and imita
tions ot HIRES' ROOT BEER ollurcd for sale which should bo
"Wo havo used your Root Beer for ovor a year and find it
delicious unci healthful. We would not like to ho without it a
singlovduy. Wo find it is helping all of us. Miih. F. If. Ci.auk,
7U5 Chester St., Oakland, Cal., U. S. A."
"Wo havo used over 0110 hundred bottles of your Root Uecr,
drinking it winter and summer. My brother anil myself aro
total abstainers, drinking nothing hut Hires' Root Beer.
Miciiaki. Kki.i.v, 10 Water St., Wulthuni, Mom., 17. S. A."
Hoimox Druq Company
Benson, Smith & Company
; Homjstek Drug Company,
Lewis & Company
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.
FORT STREET, IIONOLULU.
Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beauties.
j EKESH GOODS I.N
' Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
, Mixed l'alnts, Oils and Vumlshes, llrusbes, Carrlu;o Whips,
I FOR PltESEUVINQ WOOD.
1 Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps.
! - AOENTS FOR THE OELEllKATEI) -
T7" -A- C "UT TT :&v OILS,
Tho llest Lubricants Known to Commerce.
iDIislMtimiTINajWAUEHOUhES in Enjiland, Krativu, Italy, Oorruany, Scot
land, Wales, Ireland, Cuba, Chiui, Jupn, Java, India and the principal cities of
the United .States. I J
- New Goods!
Ltd.. . .