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VOL. IX. NO. 1277.
HONOLULU, H. 1., SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1895.
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Mandfacturino Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukul Jewelry a specialty,
attention paid to all kinds of
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enuines, SruAn Millh, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Maohtnery ol Every Description .Made 10
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blacksmltblng. Job Wore eieniiied .it
Atlas Assurance Co.
ASSETS, . . . 110,000,000,
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J. S. ANDRADE,
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JOM tf AtRnt
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.
-OFFER FOR SALE-
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Celebmed Hlgb Grade Cane Manum,
Wo aro alo prepared to tako orders tor
Uotinrn, N. Orxltt.nclt On '.
Insuring prompt delivery.
XThli li m perl or Paint Oil, con
sinning leu pigment than Mnsacd Oil, aud
giving a lasting brllllanoy to colors.
Usod with drln It gives a iptn1c (loot
Ltme Oemei 1 1.
Refined Sugars, Salmon,
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Flu'cs. Cornets, Piccolos, Ukuleles
aud other Instruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Guitar Strings and Kit
tings. SEWING MACHINE NEKDI.KS
for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive -A
HAND MACHINE rem $8.M.
O. B. iD-wiGnar.rr
Does all kinos of Work In
C'raent & stone Sldtvaiks & Curbing.
He has on hand a lurn" snpply of Chi
nne Gran t- Curb and ahvy keps Ha
waMan C'irhinu Stone. EtimaieH given
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plied by anyone and will always pro
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It will last for years, and is mi
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coats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any uurfaru mid
for all claHtc of work, even for the
It will not rub, sc.tlo or crack, nor
will it soften with ngo or diecolor.
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in fact it improves by standing n few
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1 over old whitewash without fcraping.
! IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is Mipplicd in barrelu from 1100
to 100 Jlw., also in boxes of 100, 50
and 25 pound.
.... FOR SALE BY ....
Agents for the Bat align Islands
C. D. CHASE,
General Business Agent
real estate, loans,
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JL rrlvrd letters of Administration rj
the Ehtate of Henri G. McGrew, hereby
mnkei demand upon all persons having
property belonging to sa'd Estate to de
liver same to him Notice Is also hereby
given to all creditor of the deceased to
pre-ent thtdr claims duly ruitlioiitlcut-d
within ill months fmm this dat.
J. O. CARTER,
Admlnlrtraior, S08 Merchant str'et.
Honolulu, J.n. at, ISO'S. tair-im
rpiIE' ALMACOTTAGE" ivu'o
X at'h ermii'iis id "" Mfa irjtj
trumenrs, Wa'kiki It I'lsBiiJtjTtrjB,
s f-c)iitgn ou tho Hi snit-WfetfSku!1"
able (or bathing piinuios. The House Is
com1' od oils, ltuatud on u w-ll improved
Intiontaining Kruitand Ornamental Trees,
For pa'tlcu'orj liKinlre of
laro.liu G. E. BOA ROMAN.
IS HE GOING OUTP
It Is Rumored That Marshal nitch-
cock Will Retire. '
Thoro was n woll-delined rumor
nbont town this morning that Mar
shal E. O. Hitchcock would fhortly
retiro from olllee. It is well known '
thnt his nttauhment to the oilko is
not equal to that of tho "limpet to ,
tho rock" or tho barnacle to tho
' ship's side. Ho wauted to throw
i f ho job up several weeks ago, and h
l does not nod it for a living, while
hj rugged honesty will not allow
1 him to use it for proctiriug an illo
In tho rumor was tho statement
that tho Mircession to tho important
ollleo lay between Col. J. H. Fijhur
l of tho military mid Arthur M.
lirowu, tho Deputy Marshal, with
i Brown !u a good lead. A Bulletin
represent at ho at tacked tho ram
parts of Mr. Brown's well-known '
modest rcrvrro by congratulating
him upon his approaching prefer
"ment. Mr. Brown said ho hoped to
hold his present position for a whilo
yet. Mr. Hiteheoek himself was met
I on tho street, with his gold badgo
glittering in tho sunshine, aud asked
whou ho was going to retire. His
j nuswor was in his inimitable diplo
I malic fashion: "Ye?, I will retire
whouover you kick uio out."
Notwithstanding these oflicial ro-
pi io., enough is known to make it
certain that Mr. Hitchcock does uot
want to stay in the position longer
than the Government will persist in
refusing to be deprived of his highly
valued services. If ho goes out the
public will bo sorry, but if it must
be so Mr. Brown would ho generally
welcomed, with tho utmost confi
dence, as Ins successor. Col. Fisher
could uot lie seen in time for this
report, but it is hollered by tho
knowing ones that he woultl prefer
his position in Bishop & Co.'s bank.
INTERESTING AUCTION HALE.
Morgan Disposes of Stocks and Stnto
Tho salesroom of J. F. Morgan
and tho immediate vicinity were
crowded with people of all nation
alities this noon, tho chief attrac
tion being the Boiling at auction of
tho royal equipages ot ex Quoon Li
liuokalani. At noon the halo of
stocks took place iu the auction
Ten shares of Wilder's Steamship
Co.'s stock sold to Fred Philp at
$108 a share. Ten shares of the
same sold to Captain J. A. King at
S107 a share. Par value of stock
Five shares Olowalu Sugar Co.'s
stock sold toF. W. Macfarlauo at
$100 a share, the par value.
E. O. Hall & Son and Kahuku
Plantation stockB were withdrawn,
there being no bidders.
The crowd then ropaired to the
outside, whore tho state carriages
stood. Tho carriages showed evi
dence of uot having been well takon
care of for some time, being cover
ed with dust and cobwebs.
State carnage No. 1 sold to W. W.
lei8 ''t ' -No- -iJ- DowsoU,! with bis follow passongors. Tho
I ,29- No. S, L. H. Doe, $55. No. 1, port surveyor examined tho pass
I i.V I,,-Dwsott, $50. Surrey, Dr. It. ports of tho passengers this morn-
tv. Auuurrnu, !. uoL'eart. u.
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Tho horses brought
Police Station Ohangts,
C. A. Heffernnn has been let out
of his position as turnkey at tho Po
lice Station. Deputy Marshal Brown
dhohargod him with regret, tho
reason ouly being to reduce ex
penses, lie offered him a positiou
on tho "W'ed ptrol, as well as
tho uso of ouo of his own horses, but
for private reasons Hi-ffornaii declin
ed the positiou,
Gus Hammer, who has beou well
liked ns elnrk al. Mm rnnnivimr ntnlinn
has been promoted from that no-
sition to be a spocial officer. Ham
mer Had also boon commissary olli
cer to the night patrol. His place
as clerk is taken by Georgo Soa, for
merly a pat ml policutiinu.
"'Billy' Sheldon, tho Sheriff at
Waianao, is paying his first visit to
town since the war." Star,
You get out 1 Tho Bulletin pub
IUhod an interview with Deputy
Sheriff Sheldon, had on the street
hero with him, a week or two ago.
SAKE OLD QUARREL.
Ohinoso Hlco Plantation Laborers
Fight for Water.
A gang of Chinese arrived at the
I'oliro Station this morning with
a grievance. There were two fac
tions and in the crowd wer two
Mongolians more or le physically
hurt. The injured men laid coin-'
plaint against one another of assault
and battery, each alleging that tho
other hat! been the aggressor. It was
learned that the trouble had taken
place a at Manoa, aud a police ollicer
was dispatched to ascertain tho par
ticulars. On arrival the ofllrer found
that the trouble occurred over tho
same old thing-water rights. Tho
different parties work on two rico
plantations owned by differ out plan
tors. Etrly this morning one party
turned off tho water into iheir patch
which they had no right to do, it
uot boiug their timo. Tho other
men found the water turned off and
romoiiBt rated. The firt-named wore
persistent and the matter ended iu
blows. Stick ami hoes were ufod,
and finally tho bosos came out ami
stopped tho light. Tho result of
tho encounter wai a man ou each
side hurt, ouo of them rather severe
ly. This man was taken to tho
Queen's Hospital. His arm is in
jured aud his head cut, and he was
brought in covered with blood.
Kong Iu, the other injured man,
was arrested and locked up charged
with assault aud btttery. lie is evi
dently pretty well used tip, being
hardly able to walk when he arrived
at the Statiou.
CAME NKAR BEING SHOT.
Carless Handling of a Gun Malcsi
Captain Gus Cordes of the mount
ed patrol eatno near having a 11
calibre bullet crash through his brain
between 7 and 8 o'clock yesterday
evening at the Police Station. Pat
rolman Mc Angus, who belongs to
Captain Warson's sound, arrived at
I the station to go ou duty under the
; luuuuueu oi liquor, au euorr, was
made to tako tho gun away from
him, when ho began to "pump" out
tho cartridges. As he was doing
I this the gun went off, the bullet
striking tho piaster wall on tho ma
uka side, passing within a few inches
of Corde, who was standing near
' the wall. Tho bullet flattened and
fell on tho lloor. There wai great
excitement for a while, when Mar-
' shal Hitchcock arrived ou tho scone.
He saw that the man was uuder
i tho inlltient'o of liquor and ordered
him homo. Tho gun was taken t:on
TRICKS THAT ARE VAIN.
A Obinaman Fails to Work Anoth
or'a Rot urn Permit.
Port Surveyor Sauders banded
over n Chinaman named Sum Nam
to the police this morning for deten
tion until returned to China. Sum
Nam was a prssenger by tho S. S.
uaelio aud wont mto Quarantine
, IllC anil loiinct Sum Nnni'd l..r..r.t;r
- -,.-. ..... um.uVIWI
Ho was tryiug to get iuto tho cou
try on another's return permit. Ho
was charged with violating tho pass
port laws and will bo sent back on
tho uoxt steamer for China.
To Loam Suauianshlp,
Willie Freoth, a 11-year old son of
Captain G. D. Freoth, Governor of
ijysan island, will lo a passenger by
1 110 our-uiaated ship Konilworth for
the trip round Capo Horn to Now
York. At tho latter port he
will tako passage by steamer for
Liverpool, whore ho will enlist as an
apprentice for two years in II. M.'s
trnmmB.HP uway in thu Mersey.
). nun ta itiu Bfllliu Dllli mill U1U lilll H
father and his undo learned tho art
of navigation in. Captain E. II.
Freoth, tho uncle referred to, is mas
terof tho steamship British Princess
running between Philadelphia and
the United Kingdom. His portrait
appeared iu Harper's Monthly a few
years aj;o iu connection with a
record of a number of masters of
Atlantic lino'H. Both of tho Cap
tains Froeth si rved in the Wavorloy
line, to which tho ship Kenilworth
belonged when she was uuder British