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VOL. IX. NO. 1285.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MARCH 12, 1895.
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Auctioneer and GenkrilIIcsinem. Auknt.
Mahakoua, Kobala, Hawaii.
MANUKACTUI1INU JEWELER AND WATCH
MAKER. Kuknl Jewelry a specialty, fam
attention paid to all kinds of repal
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
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City Carriage Co.,
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To be bf.d at all hours
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PROMPTLY ATfESUKD TO.
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Optician, Spestacles & Eyeglasses
Oarefullv suited to all Sights.
Domestic Sewing Machines
Games, Toys, Dolls,
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A Hire Stock Always Kenton Hund
to Select Iiom BOOKB ordered by
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Flutes. Cornets, Piccolos, Ukuleles
and other Instruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Guitar Strings and Fit
tings. SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
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Kellned Sugars, Salmon,
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Gomponnds, Roofing & Papers,
lud'i Piteot Steam Pipe CumiDi
Jarbuos' Diamond, Enamel 4 K-w
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o. b. jd-wioiit
Does all kinds ol Work In
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lie has on Imnd a Urn," snpply ot Chi
ne Uritu tM Curb and alway. keps Ha
waiian CurbliiK Stone. E-tliutttet given
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The Daily Bulletin, 60 cenli vtr
month, d'livrfil hy carrifrt.
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projmruil for uto hy nimply ttirring
in COLD WATKIl and can ho ap
plied by niiyouo nnd will niwiiyn pro
duct good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely ro
llcctivu and hardens on a wall like
It will laft for ycary, and its tin
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One coat covers belter than two
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It can ho used on any bui face and
for all claries of work, oven for the
lines t decorating.
I It will not rtdi, scale or crack, nor
will it rofton with ago or discolor.
I It will not ect in the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves, hy standing a few
It can ho used to good ndvantago
over old whitewash without scraping.
IT DIMES OUT WHITE AFTER
It ib cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to 400 IIih., also in boxen of 100, W)
and 2.") pounds.
FOIt SALE BY
Agents for the (Mian Island
A New Business !
Real Estate I
I tun now prepared to
transact business that may
bo entrusted to my care
with promptness nnd dis
patch. Collections made,
Buildings Insured against
loss from fire. Real Estate
properly eared for.
rpiIE UNOERSJONED HAVING RE
X Pflved Letnru of Adn I ilbtrutlon 1 1
the Kttntfl ol nti O. McGrew, hereby
makes demand upon all persona having
property belonging to fail Estate, mile
liver ami'O to lilm. Not bo is also bereby
given 10 all creditor, of the deceased to
present tlHr claims duly eutheutlcabd
within ilx months fiom this datn.
J. O. CARTER,
Administrator, 'J08 Merchant street.
Honoluln, Jan. Ill, lb9 RilMm
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DROWNING OF A HOUSE.
' It B longnd to H. HackMd & Co.
1 nnd Foil Off a Wharf.
' A vihtimliln linr.n liitlmtrrinrr in IT.
I ll.. . I. f. .1.1 f. " .1 ......! it.!.
uneiiiviii (vvju. vtu tirutviiuii mis
momltiK olT tli- Clnudiuo wharf.
! Tlio niiiiiinl w liitched to n wagon
. driven by a nnlivi, nnga(;p(l in cart
1 intf freight to tbo nteamor Kinau for
ohinttient to the otliur islands. The
wagon was driven to tlio wbnrf near '
i tbo after part of thu uteamor. Tho i
driver was turning tho horso round
so m to back up to tho stoamur, ,
when tho animal swerved suddenly '
and fell oir thu wharf head foremost, i
1'he harness and tbe heavy wagon
kept tho bono from fulling'right in,
and oulv half his head was under
water. Thu animal began struggling
and kicking with his hind lugs, mak
ing it dangerout(fur any one to go
near him. A native Gnally became
(faring enough to venture tioar the
bast with a knife and began cut
ting away the harness. It was a
difllcult proceeding and ho narrowly
escaped being hit by tho animals
hoofs. Tbo horse's head was in thu
wator S''Vornl minutes when tho last
ieco of harness was cut, and ho full
into tho water. Hu then made but
one lat struggle and died. A boa
in which wero several men put oft
from tho wharf and thu animal's
head was hold out of thu water, but
it was too late.
Captain Clark of thu steamer Ki
nan tendered thu cervices of the
steamer's winch to hoist tho animal
ashore, and under bis direction thu
beast was lauded iu a dray and taken
Tho animal was alloc ted in one
eyo and this is likely the cause of
hufalling iu tho water. Tho har
ness coultt not have lnxu cut away '
sooner than it was, and it could not
have been done at all had not tbo i
animal bfcorue weakened by his ef-,
forts to got clear. It was a pitiful
sight to witness tho poor beast
struggling for his life, but it was im
possible to savo him, the wharf be
ing so high. Tho whole length of
tho animal was hanging on tho side
of tho wharf. Tim harness was con-
siderably damaged by thu cutting
FOR 3ERVI0H8 REKDIRSD.
A Seafaring; Man Receive a Badgo
from tbo Marshal.
Chiof Officer liiiruotle, of tho
barkentiuo V. II. Dimoud, has been
presented by Marshal Hitchcock
' with a gold Citizens' Guard badge
, for services rendered during tho late
trouble. Uuruetto was iu tbo Maka-
1 putt squad, being one of tho first to
volunteor his sorvicea to tho Govern
ment. Tho chief oflicor made many
friends during his connection with
the Citizens' Guard. Although offer
ed money recompense ho refused to
accept it, and the badge was pre
sented to him instead. Tho barken
tiuo W. H. Dimoud will probably
, leave on Thursday for Sau Francisco
and Burnet te will bo much missed.
He has roported for duty daily dur-
1 ing tho vessel's stay iu port.
Water Front Affray.
Two natives had a fight on tho
schooner Heeia yesterday afternoon.
One was a ship carpenter and the
other a sailor. Tho latter evidently
had a full load of salt! and, although
tho stronger of tho two, was thrown
i down the cabinway. Ho struck on
tho back of bin hoad, cutting n gash
, from which blood flowed. Captain
Phttowon, who happened to bo in
tho vicinity, stopped the fight and
both men returned to their work.
Tho mau who was injured piled lum
bor on the schooner Hob Hoy by tho
wholesale, whilo streaks of sulphur
permeated tho atmosphere. Ho was
ordered to quit work by tho captain,
whou ho wanted to finish tho fight
but was agaiu prevented.
Koolau Murder Case,
Patrick Cullen, tho half-casto who
shot a Chinaman at Koolau ou Jau
iiatry25, was arraignod in tho Dis
trict Court this morning and his
trial sot for March 18. Tho friends
of tho dead mau aro bout on push-
1 ing thu case agaiust Cullen and havo
engaged Cecil Brown and W. A.
Kinney to asist tho prosecution.
Cullen is charged with "murder for
that ho did with mtdico afore
thought and without authority,
justification or examination by law,
I kill ono Miw Hoe, a Chinaman.1'
NAVAL SHORE BRILL.
Battalion of the Flagship Philadel
phia Landod for Exorclso.
Tho harmonious strains of tbo
baud of tho U. S. S. Philadelphia
were again heard ou shore this
morning n'tor several months' nil
puch. It was leading the battalion
of the white cruise to the League
basnhall grounds for drill and back
to thu bunt lauding. Permission
had been granted the men of tho
Philadelphia to have shore drill once
a week and the baseball ground was
placed nt tho disposal of tho naval
visitors. Tuesday was oIiomiu as tho
day and I ho men will eonie ashore
every week 'or drill
a About 8 o'clock this morning ac
tive preparations for leaving tho
cruiser wero noticed and shortly
after foveral boat-loads of men wero
being towed by thu steam launch.
Thoru was n crowd at tho boat laud
ing to sco the battalion come ashore.
Nearly two hundred men under
Lieutenant Commander II. II. lnger
soli wero lauded. Captain II. C.
Cochrane had command of thu ma
rine?: Lieutenant P. J. Wurlieh, of
tint ciitrwwl niniitnhi it I l iiiitfinbitt
Ensign H. A. Field of thu third
company, and Kuigu V. II, Shoe
maker of the fourth compauy. Tho
ambulance corps and red cross con
tingent brought up thu rear. Tho
battalion marched along Queen to
Fort street, and thouro by Hotel,
ltichard.s and Dorotauia streets to
tho drill ground. Tho men marched
well for naval people who had not
been exercised ashore fur some time.
The battalion was put through tho
different military tactics and kept at
it until uear 11 o'clock, when it re
turned to tho boat lauding. The
mon carried no cartridges.
Mark P. Kobinsou has had the
two stores of his building on Queen
street ronovated so that tho interiors,
are almost wholly new. The store
are occupied by L. 13. Kerr, importer,
and James F. Morgan, auctioneer.
Au office building inft.t5in.xl2ft.Giii.
has been joined to tho rear of Mr.
Kerr'n store, which gives a large ad
dition of space for goods. Largo
tables for thu display of merchan
dise havo been placed down the
salesroom, and a big i-howeaM) will bo
placed iu tho frout. There is a great
area of shelf room. Tho upper
story Mr. Kerr will uso for a waro
houso delusively. With these im-
Crovemuuts Mr. Kerr's business will
u much facilitated. Hu will have
a largo stock of fresh goods, mostly
for tiie ladies, by tho S. S. Miowera
ou thu 21th itist. His stocks of gen
tlemen's furnishings And household
goods aro large. Charles Girdlur,
well-known as a dry goods man, is.
one of Mr. Kerr's asislanla.
How to Ouro Rhoumatiim
! Aiiaoo, Coos Co., Oiieoox, Nov. 10,
lS'.O. I wish to inform you of tho
groat good Chantborlaiu's Pain Balm
, has done my wife. Shu hos been
troubled with rheumatism of the
arms and hands for six months, and
has triod mauy remedies prescribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief utitil she usni this Pain Balm;
ono bottlo of which has completely
cured her. I take pleasure in recom
mending it for that trouble. Yours
truly, C. A. BuLLonn. CO cunt and
$1.00 bottles. For salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith fc Co.,' agents for tho
Krau Bonnie Scotland.
A. D. Smith, who represents a firm
of sugor machinery manufacturers
in Glasgow, Scotland, is rogistorod
at thu Hawaiian Hotel. Ho has
boon ou a visit to Queensland. Mr.
Smith gave an interesting address at
tho last tneotiug of thu Scottish
Thistle Club and, upon hearing a
member sing "Sweet Hothosay Bav,"
kindly presented to tho ulub a pic
turo of tho place sung about, also a
picture of Stirliug Castle.
John Calway, who has bought the
historic steamer Woimaualo, dis
patched hor to Waiauao and Waia
ilia yesterday afteruoou with a good
ly quantity of freight. Tho Wniina
ualo will leave ovory Monday after
noon regularly for those ports.
Fronk Godfrey is acting as- agent
for Mr. Calway.