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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 1. 1895.
UtPUdLIC 0? HiWAII.
Hoxc.n.r, II. 1 , Maroh 1st, 18SC.
GEN ERA L ORDERS Xo. 20.
That portion of a Xotieo muk-r
Martial Law prohibiting pnr-'oii'? be
ing upon tlio stfi'i't.i or in public
places botweou tho hours of 9:30
r.ji. and fi a.m. uithout ))n? is hern
By order of the Conunandor-in-Chief.
JXO. II. SO PER.
Adjutant-General X. G. II.
ijlu' I:;m1i, X 1 1.1? tin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor 1'nrty,
Hut Httahlishrd for the llmefit of All.
FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 18H3.
No hope is left that wo shall over
havo surceaM) from silly romauco
about these islands, after the publi
cation of such stuff as tho 'Toot of
tho Sierras" has put forth. Mr.
Miller ought to have added a foot
note to his marvolom fiction, sayiug
that ho was only attempting to rival
Thomas Lishmau was incorrectly
reported in tho Bulletin yostorday
as testifying in Howett's case:
"lVorson raised tho window aud
llowelt said, 'Halloo, old boy,' and
whispered something in his car."
What Mr. LMiman said, after "Hal
loo, old boy," was, " I wish you a
happy now year " Tho two phrases
sound alike when tho wind is blow
ing, but they aro considerably dif
ferent in printed form.
1 i '
An iujii3tico was probably done,
but unavoidably, to Mr. Kaulukou
in tho Bulletin report of tho latest
meeting of tho Uawaiiau Annex
ation League, through his speaking
in Hawaiian an unknown tongue
to our reporter without being in
terpreted. His contention was a
perfectly legitimate ono, however,
that should havo been forced to a
decisiou as it was. Ho simply voiced
tho opinion of many of his country
men, as well as others, that annex
ation of tho group us anything loss
than a state or a territory was not
worth talking about. Tho decision
of tho League was as reported, in
effect that tho Hag should bo gained
first, in confidence that all its privi
leges would bo added so soon as cir
Washington l'luco Surrendered.
Adjutant-General J. II. Sopor, ac
companied by Deputy Marshal A.
M. Browii, wont to Washington
Place, lato rosidojicoof tho ox-queen,
and inspected the premises. They
found everything about tho placo in
good order, aud turned tho pro-
Imrty over to Charles H. Wilson,
iiisiuoss ropresoutativo of Mrs. Li
l'niokalani Dominis. British Com
missioner Hawos has applied to tho
agent for a loaso of Washington
Place to bo occupied by tho British
Ordors wero given to tho military
authorities to-day to hand ovor to
tho custody of tho Marshal the fol
lowing named prisouors of the in
surrection: Charles II. Clark, William
Knao, John K. Kaimi aud John Ka
lioeka. All are uudor sentence of
live years' imprisonment at hard
labor, but, as tho Govornmont has
UM.d tho four for state's evidence,
l no sentences are suspended. i
Token tho Oath. I
Homer M. Sherwood took tho I
oath to tho Constitution boforo !
Judge Coopor to-day. i
Sir Robert Herron took tho oath
some days ago beforo Chiof Justico
Thirsty people aro cominoiidod to
tho now niinoiiucomont of tho root
THEY LIKE HIM 80.
J. M Dowaett's Folluw Bank Clorka
Olvn Him n Present.
John M. Dowflett ha retired from
tho employ of BUhop fc Company,
banker?, to take charge fif tlie iustir
mk' and plantation buiiie.s of the
lato C. O BerpT. ".lack" i n '-broth
of a boy" who lia not an Miemy in
the world, and Id's li.tu i-ouirndi's in
tlio ban It liked lilin better than any
bodv i'l.o ilid. That is a test of a
man's nood (iiialitiiM which few can
sustain, hut i)owet i onivof them.
Yestenhiy Col J 11. Fisher, repre
senting the employee of tlio b,nk,
did tho graceful in pimi'iitiiifj
".lack"' with a j,'old and platinum
chain aid locket, the la'ter trinket
sttuhlo'I vi h dianiuutN on one tide
and with I ne recipient' monogram
".I. M. D." -artistically engraved
on the other side. .Mr. Dowsett is
as proud of thn souvenir as a boy
with n new pair of red-top-bootn
Congratulations, old boyt
My I.mwIh J. livoy.
FLOUR AT AUCTION
On MONDAY, March 1th,
AT in n'CI.Ocfc A. M
At the 1'iirlllo Matt 8. S. Co.'s Whnrf, I
will cll at l'n illo Auction. fr account of
whom it in.ty couetm, the following Iulsol
NOVELTY MILLS FLOUR:
II. M. ,t CO. 400 HAGS
W. W r lb3 11UJB
I., .t CO '.'DO DAGS
JIiC. .t co. -too hags
VA- Tlio 1-' our Is In excellent ordr,
I Imgi uro foiled, ex S. H ''Warrlinoo" from
1 Victoria, It C.
LiowIb T Lisvoy,
127(1 -it A.UOTIOKKKK.
Notice of Sale!
(( Gouli uml Chattels tnk'natid
dlitrnin-d on thn ltt (lav ot Feb
ruury, is fi, lor arrears ot rtnt from
lrniiss on Mi'ivlmut t eoi. Hc
nol In. Oatm, nu3iliic'd by V. H.
l.ucu as a tenant.
rOTIOK IS HEHK1IY GIVKN THAT
1 afier tlieexpinition ol IS i1iyn from
this 10 li nay ol V-bMiary, I8'j, thcr will
l.e sold at I lie Aitetio-i Koomsnf Lewis J.
I."vey, in tlieeltvol Honolulu, I-dand of
Oilin, oil tlint'tli ( uy if March, 18'J.", at 10
o'clock a m. of that day, tho following
Goudi und tshntto it:
I cuto Cremu f )e Cnsln
II ciishh Hherry, 1 doz. each
Sense 1'iirt, 1 noz. each
1 oiiho CliiT'y llraiuly. t dor. each
1 rau Crumo I'e Annie, 1 doz each
1 Corking Mnchli.e
1 Htiia'I'j r"ck
1 Ilottle Killing Mschliin
1 I.ttter l'rce!", Utand Tress and Wattr
1 Stop l.idder i
7 ' 'linirs
1 Canaille .Mnehlne
1 fiafrt nnd titaml
;i Small DuskoiH
'Jl llotties Hhi-rry Wine
L'S " I'ort Winn
i.1) " Aiiiontillads
IS " Crcine I)e Casals
7 " I'herry llrandv
'.) ' Cherry Cordial
III " 1'aiipeltKiiiiiinel
7 " MMiitlm
ft " Crciue I)e Mnka
2 ' I'reuio l)e Menthe
taint UupliHPl Wine
I'niich an Coiiao
Cfciiie Do The
.'1 11 lu llotiles llltti r llrlzard
n Boitlea Kersu!ieiiwaccr
2 Itlack Ilo-ry llrandv
2 Kltf ard .1 Small Ilottle .Maramiulno
h Ilott'i's Crciiio !) Cacao (dionio)
1 lloillu Crriim l)e Cumin (KiKa)
I " O'cnie Dti AnnU
I " Chartrcitift
1 Piu Ilottle Klnluudel
1 Ilottle MtaiiKM Kilters
1 " Ginger llrandy
1 " Creme I)u Koso
1 " Bolnrr Itlttora
1 Rmall Ilottle Uenedictino
32 .Small Ilottlts Old Tort Wine
(1 Small llotties Sherry Wine
1 Lot of Htnie Fixtures
nk The aniiia huvlnt; been distrained
for arrears of rent owed by W. S. Luce, a
tenant of the premises situate on Merchant
btreet, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Owner and Landlord of said Premises.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, lh05. 125-lfit
wiTVmr v-r, r.cn
I'glon of Honor, meets
EVENING at 7:0 o'clock,
THIS (Friday) E
at Harmony Hall. Kim; street.
J. F. ECKAKDT,
DUS IIUODIKANDMUKKAY HAVE
removed from llerotanla htreet to tho
premises on Fort street, below lloretanla,
formerly occupied hv Win, G. Irwin, Ksu.
JOB PRINTING iTS.tt
Hui.l.iiTlN l'l'in.iBiiiMi Co., Ln. First-class
Comniorcial Work n Specialty. Estiinatus
jjlvcn, Orders promptly executed.
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 I lono
Iulu who are familiar with all
(lie 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. It the fact that two or
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 ollice in
Tokio, international difficulties
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 Majesty in Hawaii would
be hauled over the coals for
not reporting the matter as it
was stated 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 arejsim
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
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 nave them in shape of
waffles. We have the irons
and they do not cost much more
than a griddle.
Tlic taaiian Hardware Co. Lid.
OpiKwlt hprilMW BIooSl,
,l. - - J "
3r The Automatic Fkaw, Skwxio Machikk with
the Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Ilunvy Work To I'm chasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Selini'lle and Fancy Winbroidery Work will be given.
Face and Lips,
Superb Just After Shaving.
Hud-min, N. 11., Keb. 21, 1830.
Mil A. 8. Hind,
DtarHir: I think It my ilutv to vrit jon In rtTiu.l to your
wondurful Hn.NKV ami Almonh Crfam, Wlini I loiiiinenccil mini;
It, my hands would crack niun, and wore no bail tlmt I could not
clo-o tlium without making them bleed, iitul niv fcu wus rouh
nnd chapplnc I luivo hHitoiiu b lie, and tn hand nnd Idea uro
entirely rureJ, and I think It my duty to jiral this wonderful ro
niiidy. .Mix Maiiy C. Dukant.
Recommended by Ladies Everywhere.
FOR SALE UY .,
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from all tho Col
Factories In the United
IM1'0HTEK8, WH01.E8AI.K AND KKTAIL DUAI.KUS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTEE & OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Stroota.
j. B. Kerr
is the only
man in Ho-