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HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, MARCH b 18U5.
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chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Isl
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides itn
Alskca street, Honolulu aforesaid
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iKfOBTXU ASD DEALIRg IN LUIIBKR AND
ALL KINDH or llUIMUfUl MATERIALS.
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Corns r Fort and Wueeu btreeu, Jlunuiuiii.
JNO. 8. 8MITHIKM
ACCTIOiKEHA.DGEliEnALBl'SlMK All EXT.
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Knkni Jewelry a specialty, farticaia'
attention paid to all kinds ot repairs
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON W0BK8.
Steam Enuineb, Buoar Millh, Boilirm,
Coolers. Iron, Brass ami Lead
Machinery ul Every Description Mule to
rarucaisr aneuiion iaia louiups-
Job Work eieiinti'il t
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ASSETS, . . 110,000,000.
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Fine ClarriaBoa & Civil Drivora
To be had at nil hours
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Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
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Wu are nlso prepared to tako onion tor
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P,ortlltzetrfi Insuring prompt dtllvery.
i Is a superior Paint Oil. con
nisment than Linseed Oil. and
lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drie
It give s iplPtnltil a no-
Refined Sugars, Snlnion,
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PABAFFINK PAINT CO.'S
Coraponnds, Roofing 8 Papers.
tut) i Ptttini iietm Ptpr uMnn
JartKMM' Diamond, Enamel 4
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Carefully suited to all Sights.
Domestic Sewing Machines
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GameSj Toys, Dolls3
Always Kept on Hand.
Diaries -18 9 5 - Diaries
A Nlro Stock Alwavs Kept on Hand
to Seleot f om BOOKS ordered by
GUITAKS FROM fl.00 UP.
FJu'es. Cornets, Piccolos, Uknleles
and other Instruments. Also Violin.
Guitar Strings and Fit-
BRYIO MACHINE NEEDLKfj
for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive -A
HAND MAOHINfi ton
0. B DWIOHT
Does sll kln.iB of Work in
Cement & btone Sidewalks & Garbing.
He has on hand a larn supply of Chi
nf Gran t- Curb and alway steps lis
wa Ian Curlilna Stone. KtlinHie glten
and lowosi prlcts nssnrpd Bell Telephone
Thr Daily Bulletin, 60 cent vr ,
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Cold Water Faint
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Factories and Public Buildings
It s u dry powder which can lis
prepared for ueo by simply stirring
in COLD WATER and cim ho up
plied by iiuyono and will always pro
duco good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
flective tind hardens on it wall liko
It will last for years, ami is un
a flee ted by gases.
Ono coat covers better than two
contsof oil paint or whitewash.
It can ho used on uny surface and
I for all clnsbes of work, even for tho
i It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not cot in the mixing vctcl,
in fact it improves by ntiuuling a few
It cud ho need to good advantage
over old wliilowafh without temping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to 400 lbs., ulso in .boxes of 100, GO
ami 2") pounds.
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A Hew Business !
Real Estate I
I am now prepared to
transact business that may
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with promptness md dis
patch. Collections made,
Buildings Insured against i
loss from fire. Ileal Estate '
properly cared for, '
Quo on Street.
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THE UNDERSIGNED HAVINO IlK
tvlved l-cttfrs of Adml Iftrctlun I
the Etnte of Heurl 0. McGrew. hweliv
makes ilotnaml upon ell perions huvlng
firoprrty belnnKing to had Ksta'e null
Iver ssii'o to him. Notiio in nlso I'erliv
I given to a 1 creditor of the deceased to
I present tli-lr ulalms duly entheutlcat-d
within ix months fiom tills date.
J. O. CARTER,
Administrator, SnH Merchant street.
Honolulu, Jan. i, im )2U'-tm
A YCUNO B ABO All.
Ho Steals Rfoney From His Mother
and Has a Good 1 imo
A ten-year old lad named Charliu
Young is a prisoner at tho Polieo
Station. Ho is charged with tho
larceny of $30, tho property of his
uiothor. On Saturday last tho
mother with some friends wont out
in tho country for a two days' visit,
leaving Charlio to mind tho house.
Tho lod thought thin a fine oppor
tunity to haro a good time also. Ho
began rummaging about tho house
to discover tho wherewithal to have
the time with. During tho hunt hn ,
iuiiuu mw iv u uuiim uiu inci-ua u '
r..iliil 4 an 1 uti 1 rtl ! anlil i...n.i ninl ,
a lun-tlm nr irrnenhark. Mn nn inn
diately set out aud fouifd two young
Irienus ol Ins, and the turco came
I into tow u from Liliha street. They
undo for a store and bought two
vulocipodus, Charlio appropriating
ono for himself and giving tho other
to ono of his companions. The trio
rut u mod to Liliha fctreet and ono of
tho boys, a half-casto Chinese, was
sent to chnngo the grcouback. A
Chinese store was the next place
vibitud and John was surprised at
the lavish display of wealth. Still
it didn't matter to him whether it
was illgotton or not. Bottlos of
soda water aud ginger ale andean
dies wore bought and the boys had
a good time.
On Sunday they took the tramcar
and went out to Waikiki, whore they
bad auother picnic. In the evening
the mother returned and going to
tho place where she had hid the
money found it mifsing. She re
ported the lo n to the police aud on
Monday mortiiug Charlio was arrest
ed. The Jittlo fellow confessed and
taking Special llinitnor into tho
backyard showed him where a velo
cipede was hidden. Tho wheel was
hidden uuder a pile of brush.
WANTS TO RECOVER.
A Fireman Brines Suit Against
A somewhat peculiar civil suit will
I come up in the District Court on
Friday afternoon. The fireman at
the Honolulu Iron Works has
' brought suit against one of tho ap
prentice boys employed thoro for
the recovery of $28, money claimed
to have boeu loaned. The defend
ant iu tho cao tells a different story
altogether. The money ho said had
been handed him to give his njster,
with whom the plaintiff was quite
lniuuaio. i no n reman gave tiio boy
, r iu ursi ana inter ttie Jib The
i money was bandod over by him as in
structcd. It is the talk among somo
eiruuiuu. xt id mo taut among so no
of the emnlornns at Mm fmm.lrp
andUUie0,,ite5s V& lL
cutiug tho boy is couderaued.
GEORQE LYCUROU3 DENIES.
He la Mad About a Report
I Ho was Quilty.
Georgo Lycurgus, who was in
Oahu Jail for 51 days, was seen by a
BuLtETiN reporter to-day. Ho said
the Ooverumout had nothing what
ever to lay to his charge, and ho is
indignant at a report made in one of
the papers couQoruiug him. The re
port was iu effect that he wanted to
leave tho country, but the Govern
ment having use for him hero would
not allow him to depart. Mr. Lycur
gus says that ho arranged to leave
by the steamor Alameda for a busi
ness trip to tho Coast, but his arrest
' aud incarceration proveuted his pur
pose. As he has important business
, connections on tho Coast, such a re-
, port as that in question is liable to
do him considerable injury.
COMING TENNIS TOURNEY.
' Philadelphia Officers Will Help
Town Toaru Formed.
At a meeting nf tho tenuis players
at tho Y. M. 0. A. yesterday evening
it was decided to have a tournament
on April l!i, the entries to lm at H
and close March 31. Entries will be
received at tho bookstore of T. G.
Thrum. A committeo has been ap
pointed who will have charg of the
tournament and the selecting of a
suitable court. Some of tho officers
of the U. S. S. Philadelphia have
signified a willingness to take part
iu the tournament.
After tho meeting tho local players
organized into a tenuis club aud will
begin practico immediately.
Only Ono Out of Thlrty-ono to Stay
Sentences havo been announced iu
the following ca?es:
John Aen, Henry Jtogers, Pahukoa,
Kapuua. William Oili, J. Kama, J.
Kubalahiwa and David K. Koa.
All but Koa nloadod iruiltv on bi ini?
All were sentenced by tho Military
1 Commission to bo imprisoned at
i hard labor five year. aud lo pay a
fiuc of ?f000. Tho fino was remitted
in each case by President Dole, and
tho sentouces was also suspended in
I I,.. .., .. t ll .... I ! t . (
iuu i-ios in nil UACepilIlg IVOn, WHO
' stood trial and stays in jail.
beutences are also announced in
tho following caies: Georgo Towns
end, Charles Warren. Charles Bar
tow, Sam Pua Mio, Bill Ihu, Robert
Hakuole Sylva, Knhiiualani, Joseph
Ahia, Keohi Paaoao, Sulomou Kupi
hea, Knwika, Kalua, Sim Kia, Sam
Kauahele, Kawelo, Kauli, Naaieono,
Limahopu, Kiui, Kaohimaunu, Sam
Keauu, William Olepnu and Niolo.
All aro sentenced to imprisonment
for five yers aud to pay n lino of
$o(XX). President Dole remits tho
line nnd nuspemls tho sentence iu
each cao All had bojn urd as
wituesre.s for the Ooterumeut except
William Olepau aud Niolo.
Jailor Low thu Owner of a Valuable
James A. Low, jailor at OaIiu
Prison, was the recipient of n valua
ble present yesterday. T. P. Cum
mins iu a short note made Mr. Low
the owner of the bay mare he has
boou driving during the past few
weeks. Tho present is made for the
very kiud attention Mr. Low paid J.
A. Cummius, father ot the donor,
during tho time he was imprisoned
in Oaliu Jail. Tho animal is a fast
trotter and comes from a good pedi
gree. Mr. Low is naturally proud of tho
acquisition to his menage. He
thanked tho donor aud hoped that
on some future date he would be
able to reciprocate in .some substan
Two Said to Havu Qono to Molokal
In a Bout.
TJaniel Awaawa. a native who
i 8U!,Pectutl s having been with the
rebels during tho rHbelliou, is being
looked for. A South Sea Inlander in
imiimin,,f i r wiii:...-T . li
i lUe 0B,P,0J 0l J Williams the pho-
auother Btout native leave in a boat
for Molokai. Tho mon had musical
instruments, such as a guitar aud a
violin, with thorn and scorned to be
, well provisioned. Tho boat he be
lieves belongs to a man named Ka
haiiu. The men told the SJtith Sea
Islander that they were bound for
I Molokai. Tho mau has boou sum
moned by Seuior Captain Parker to
tell what ho knows of tho men's de
Should bo used iu attempting to
cure that very disagreeable disoaso,
catarrh. As catarrh originates in
impurities in tho blood, local appli
cations cau do uo permanent good.
Tho common senso method of treat
ment is to purify tho blood, and for
this purpose there is no preparation
superior to Hood's Sarsaparilla.
i Hood'a Pills euro coustipation by
restoring peristaltic action of the
A Coming Visitor.
1 At the meeting of tho Honolulu
Teachers' Association last night,
Prof. Uosmer auuouucetl that Prof.
1 1). G. Northrup, State Suporintend
out of Education for 'Connecticut,
1 would shortly visit Honolulu. As
he was a p pular speaker on general
btibjeots, as well as an authority on
education, the public might expect
somo treats on the plantform from
Taken trie Oath
Tho following are tho latent to
tako the oath to the Constitution:
Luther Kaihiimua, A. P. Kaihiimua,
Jacob Kumalae, D. P. Puneo, Henry
J. Harrison, J II. Taylor, Hawaiian;
1 J. A. Nunes, Portuguese.