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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 1, 1895.
LOCAL AND (JENKBAJ. NEWS
The drodeer is working nenr the
James Vivas lim a lino cottago for
rout on Emma street.
Hawaiian Council, A.
will moot this ovening.
L. of H.,
J. M. MuChesney ha-a livo-roomod
cottago on Youug strout to lot.
Mrs. P. Houshaw nud Mis M.
Crouch loft ou tho steamer Kinau
for th6 Volcano.
C. L. Wight has gono to Hilo,
Hawaii. Ho loft on tho steamer Ki
nau this afternoon.
Dr?. Brwlio and Murray have re
moved their ollieos to tho Irwin res
idence on Fort street.
Thoro will Wtly ho a special
mooting of tho Executive and Ad
viory Couuoils on Monday.
Creditors of H. Froimauu aro re
quired to provo thoir claims boforo
tho Circuit Court on March 8.
Martial law is revoked so far as
regards people being on tho stroots
between 9:30 p.m. and 5 a in. with
L J. Levey will hold a large sale
of Hour at 10 o'clock Monday morn-
nig. Utily tho u
flour is all right.
Only tho bags aro soiled tho
Tho Hobrou Drutr Co.
Btorliuc toilet ronuisito in Hind's al
mond and honey cream. Seo what
they say about it.
Henry F. i'oor's name was acci
dentally omitted in this paper, from
tho list of political prisonors dis
charged a fow (lays ago.
A term of tho Fourth Circuit
Court will open at Nawiliwili, Kauai,
uoxt Wednesday. Thoro is a good
deal of business ou tho calendar.
There is a youug villago spring'
inp upon mo prop vy oi ino wui -,
stream, uoyonu at. jouis uoiioKo.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel '
ami Nnnnnii stroots. lodrini? hv dav. '
week or month. Torms: 25 aud 50 !
per night; $1 aud $1.'23 por
Martial law with its pass system
has not boon found necessary to bo
instituted anywhere outside tho isl
and of O.'ihu since tho beginning of
Tho Military Commission adjourn-1
ed at 10:30 o'clock this momiugun-, n I 0 l li I
trcrrrr.sgc'STiiii'iipii'fi & I'oulli'v Ikcli
adjourn indefinitely. l
Captain Larson's lato command in j
the detective force tender him a luau '
this afternoon. Thoy havo beu
much attached to him. Thoro is a ,
legion of applicants for his boots.
Mr. Loso is proud of his now quar-
tors as clerk of tho Mutual Tele-
phouo Company. Ho claims it is
ouo of tho finest oilicos in town, aud
MStnlibOBafototako Lim ut
United Carriage Company's stand,
bosides having superior hacks al
ways roady at tho call of "2'JO," fur
nisuos fine livery outfits at tho short-1
est notice good horses aud uico car
riages, from buggy to wagouette. J
G. It. Harrison, practical
m fur- ,
and organ maker and tunor, can
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to b the same n done
Willie Smithies has boon arrestod
for assault and battery ou "Prince"
Kunuiakoa. Smithies is out on bail.
Ho claims tho "Priuco" struck him
twice before ho retaliated, with tho
result that his opponent kissed
L. S. Aungst was a passongor on
tho steamer Kinau this afternoon
for Mahukona. IIu took his two
Sray horses with him, aud has evi
outly gone to stay. Mr. Aungst
will immediately begin operations
ou the now Jvoun telephone Hue.
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jewelry mado up ueatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in tho jewelry Hue. II. G.
Biart, at C. Gertz's storo, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Weu
uor ic Co.
Tho following aro booked to loavo
for San Francisco ou tho S.S. Arawa
duo next Thursday: Miss Dickon,
Miss Auua Kullook. Win. Water
house, Mrs. Von Holt, Miss Mario
Von Holt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Pearco, Dr. 0. Portuis, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Bright, one of tho Hawaiian
singers at tho World's Fair, douios
tho report in this paper of tho on
gagoinout of the oarty to go to
Boston. Ho says tlioy had no aflili
ation with tho hula dancers before,
and havo no negotiations ponding
with them uow.
Judge Cooper accepted tho bail
bonds of John E. Bush and Joseph
Nawahi, conspiracy, at 8 o'clock
yesterday oven)ug, and tho prisonors
woro accordingly released. Mrs.
Nawahi and W. C. Add, attorney,
presontod tho bonds for nonrenal to
tho Judge at' his residence.
If you want to buy n really good
clock or watch at. Coast prices in-
spect the stock of Brown Ai Kubey,
v.. . Mn. ....:.. rr t... ti -,,..
will find tho largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
mako a specialty of rubber stamps.
George Sea, who has been acting
temporarily as clerk at tho Police
Station during tho lato trouble, has
boon appointed as such permanently,
succeeding Ous Hammer. Captain
Parker is looking for a man to fill
tho vacancy in the regular force
Hindu by tho resignation of Ooorgo
A handsome whito charger ridden
by one of the mounted patrol stop
ped over the threshold of Charlie
Lind's restaurant at midnightwhilo
its master was having a meal inside.
Tho noble animal was gently pushed
back to tho sidewalk and given a
feed of crackers which it seemed to
Senior Captain Parker showed
Georgo Towusend and Charles War-
tho door of tho Police Station
this afternoon. Their sentences
have boon suspoudod, tho samo as in
othor cases, aud thov aro f reo men.
Thoy have been used by tho Govorn-1
tnont as witnesses during tho lato (
Courtmartial, hence thoir being
given their liborty.
0. D. Chaso has opened a new
business agoncy. In regard to tho
omploymout branch, he saytf every
applicant's credentials will bo strict
ly examined. Ho will deal with all
classes of labor. A specialty will be
made by him oi nouso ana room
routing; FirB JU8Urauce, colloctious, '
notarial wprLotc., will bo handled i
..... ,., Tn ... Pnlln,ion branch
"o will insist ou at least weekly
sottlomonts. Mr. Chaso is a hustler '
who kuotls not tho word "fail."
flnihl Hitll'tiri fiO cntf vr month
By Jae. F. Hoitran.
AUCTION SALE OF
On AVEDNE&DAY, Mar. 0,
A.T 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T MY SA.LiE3SK.OOBA
I WILL HKM. AT I'OIIMO AUCTION
lly order of Mr 1'. O. CnmnrliiOs,
The Lease of the Kalihi Pine-
apple and Ponltiy lUnch,
Tho Property consists of 11 Go1 loaW
fur 0 years nt an annual icntal of t'M)
There aro over 40,000 of thn Host Vurio
tlcs of I'incnppltt I'lunts, now nrjwiiij;,
oua-half of which will Imvo matured fruit
lu -i or 6 months, and the lnlneo will
Inside of the year. TI o fruit easily
hrcs 20c. each. There Is iiilto u large lot of ,
Tarkeys, Chickens aud Geese
Valued now nt from fWO to $750.
I Thero U also a Fine Well w 1th Windmill, ,
Ktc. AUo Houses, ilitnch Tools, lUu.
jrT" I'or furlhur particulars, apply to
1 Jaa IT, Morgan,
C. D. CHASE, I
General Business Agent
IlKAIi E8TATI:, LOANS,
EsiPLOY.M KNT BUIIKAU,
Notary Public !
rw Auent to Take Acknowludt;ment3
to Labor Contracts.
Olllct: U) Deposit Bol dlog, 4Q6 Fort St.
Mft. TKLBl'HONi: 181
street. Apply to
(ii-tn htrf ot.
If you are out of Mil Heads, Litter
Head, eta,, we. can supply them.
A GOOD NIGHT'S Rest
is only to be obtained in :i
bed covered by one of our
EVEN" then you can not
be entirely happy unless shel
tered from the terrors of the
You can't shoot them, and
jou 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 00-INCII
WIDE and 10 YARDS long
If thero is any house in
town that has a nice line of
we most assuredly claim to be
that house. We havo them ;
they arc 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
fc- SLOWLY, but cer
tainly SURELY, the people
! are finding out that when it
I rrnf-Q n Pi'iono mwl Ollnlifint;
we are leading all.
B. F. EIILER.S & CO.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 00.
AlHVIimSI) ON 8T00K IbSUIJJ)
lirior to January 1. lrt)-r. Ih duo ami
lmynhlout the Otllce of tho Company on
lloiiohllu, 1'vli. LM, lS'Ki.
EDISON'S KINETOSOOPE !
I?OK TI.N ( (I) K.NTS YOU 0A bhli
tho Oreutuil Marvel of bcit-nce,
TO-I)AY-"'Iho UoxIiik Cnts.'
rir sulijeuts clihiiuvii naiiy at
,v ComiMM', Hotoi street.
hours; U a. m. to t) r. m.
New Goods! :
JUST OPENED AT
3SI. 3. SACHS'
5SO Fort St, - - Honolxilij..
I AT EST NOVELTI ES :
Van Byke Collars! New Veilings!
Children'!) Stockings In shades of Tan In all sires.
Just tho thing for rid tig or for thorl people. We havo them In nil sizes.
Xcw Hand lings, Xew Buckles,
Now Jot Trimmings, Now Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
KS" 1ST HiAT 3L.A.OES 55
Which you will experience very often during
this season the most di lightful remedy in the
world irt to
Hires' Root Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and borrits, from
which It ires1 Root Boer is carefully made, havo
been the main dependence of physicians in all
Everybody everywhere is better for every
swallow of Hires' Boot Beer, and everybody
In the Family.
KS Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by the ChakijES E. Hikks Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I bco your Root Iloor took tho prizo at tho Vorll' Fair.
Wo aro tfluil of it. It certainly iloeorvus it, us it in tlio best
drink wo Imvo ever used. Maiioaiikt S. Houston, .ri Lindon St.,
Itoohcblcr, X. V., U. K. A."
"1 luivo used it reut niuily hollies of your Hoot Heer tho
liiht live years, and liuvo x'wen a naniplo of it to u gient ninny
iwolo. A. W. SriiiNKLB, K. 7th St., Olmrlotto, N. C, U. S. A."
J O B B E K. S :
I IIoimoK Dnua Company' "Wholesale Druggists
JiKNSOK, Smith to uomivny " "
llOLLISTKR DltUO COMl'ANV, LTD.... " "
Lkwis & CoMi'Ayv Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FOttT STUEET, HONOLULU.
Sg$. re now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These are beauties.
l-'KKbll (100DS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed l'til'its, Oils nud Varn'shos, llrushus, Carrinno Whips,
rOK l'KESKItVINa WOOD.
CJiant and Blasting
- AOKNTB FOK
T7" J&. C XT "CT
Tho llest l.uhrlcanti
IDISI'KIIIUTINO WAKKHOUbU's In Unhand, I'ranuo.
land. Walus, Irultud, L'ulu, Oliliu, Jajau, Java, IndU ami
tho Unltud Sutus.J
Powder, Fuse and Caps.
TUB OKI.MIKATHI) -
Known to Coiuiuurcu.
Italy, (lurmany, Bcot
tlm principal cltloa of