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THE DAILY BULLETTNMAROH 12, 1895.
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LOCAL AHD OKHBRAX. NKWB
The Bulletin' is for sale by J. A.
Martin, Hilo. i
The Kinau took six passengers for
the Volcano this trip.
Lam On, Chinese, has sworn sup
port to the Constitution.
The wind is blowing a gale and
the air is brown with dust.
GAMBLERS HAULED IN.
King street, between
KapioTani streets, is being repaired.
Tho Honolulu Choral Society will
meet iu Y. AI. C. A. hall this evouing
Dr. Oliver's wife and son havo
gone to live with him on Molokai
for a few months.
Tho Philadelphia's baud played
tho "Dude's March" leading tho
column down Fort street.
Kov. Mr. Hutchius loft for Hilo
by tho Kinau this afternoon. Ho
will return by tho satuo steamor.
F. W. McChesuoy, assignor of 0.
L. Brito, has roceived from tho Mar
shal all of the bankrupt's property.
A juveuilo recruit was added to
tho police force yesterday. Ho bo
longs to tho family of Captain
Ten Men Fulled for Playing
Captain Patterson of tho harbor j
polico has been baffled for the past I
few days iu his efforts to "pull in" !
tho Russian War fionds who havo
beon holding out on tho city front, i
He had given it up iu disgust aud it ,
remained for Ollicor David Kaapa
to "down" tho gamesters.
At 5 o'clock yestorday afternoon
Kaapa and posso surrounded tho
coal pile near tho Kinau wharf.
Marked money had been given in-
formers to play tho gamo. Tho ofli-
cors swooped down on tho group but
captured only en men, although
there woro more than twenty men
around the board. The three bank-
ors, Kekapa, Kaalele aud Charles ,
Kaulia, aud seven players were ar- ,
rested. The bail for the bankers was
nlacod at $250 each aud tho others
Jo apiece. The bankers wero unable
to secure bail aud spent the night in
SENTENCES K)Il TREASON.
Wiso Dots Three Tears and Kaao and
Kalli One Year With $100 Kino.
New Goods! : New Goods!
JUST OPENED AT
1ST. 3. SACHS'
1520 Fort St,
Tho following sentences have
uouo into execution for troason:
CJ B. Dwight is now engaged lay-, Johu H. Wiso, threo years at hard
ing a granite sidewalk on tho Fort labor and S100 fine; Junius Kaao and
street side of H. Hackfold & Co.'s ( S. P. Kaili, each one year at hard
promises. I labor aud 100 lino.
. r, . . , '.i.. i. .i Wiso was a Karaehameha School
oouior unjmuu uuuurk lainur win
boy, who was advanced to bo a
proachor at Oberlin College, through
tho generosity of a prominent resi
dent of Honolulu.
Kaao was a member of tho old
House of Nobles, when tho position
was for life, prior to tho revolution
of 1837. He figured as one of tho
principal agents iu tho opium li
ceuBo bribe that largely contributed
to that revolution.
Kaili is another preacher, who
used to hold forth at tho fishmarkot.
leave with W. H. Itlco on tho stoam-
or Mikahala this afternoon for a
vacation on Kauai (
Captain King, Minister of Interior,
and C. L. Wight, presidout of Wilder
Steamship Co., loft by tho steamor
Kiuau this afternoon for Hilo.
A good painting of tho four-masted
ship Kuirfl worth, by Chas Hus
tace, Jr., in t-hown iu tho Pacific t
Hardware Company's window.
Tho Holomua plant will likoly bo
sold as soon as martial law is raised, i
It is rumored about town that tho , Besides tho Y. M. C. A. gymna
Amoncan League will buy the out- 8jum nuuex ami tho Hoalani Boat
fit I Club's house, Lucas Bros, havo iu
Thoro was a largo attendance at 1 hand tho orectiou of some dwelling
the iimma square nana concert last, ". "uu u ino ,vi uou.M aunw . i11. :Q V ,..l,D,r ...si,
nluht. Mr. Kreuter's cornet tolo. ' F. Morgan on tho let abovo Emma Show J there 18 I, Whose Wiles
Lucas Bros. Are Busy.
LOOK KKFOllE YOU
LEAP. When you go out
chopping, consider; thuik of
tho money in your pocket, and
take account of the many
stores whose various attrac
tions aro laid before you. '
There is X, with tempta-j
tions in the form of a pretty '
also tho "Alabama Coon," was en-1 square. Its ground plan is 6"Jx(0rt., are innumerable t and A. Who
Van Dyke Collars! New Veilings!
Children's Stockings In similes of Tan iu all sizes.
Just tho thing for rfrffng or for ihort people. We havo them In nil sizes.
Xew Hand Bags, Xew Buckles,
Now Jet Trimmings, New Silk Trimmings.
Black Drapery Net for Dresses !
rs JfrJHTW 3LiA.OES S
Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world is to
Hires' Root Beer.
l i ami it ill sisivittitit ninn rnAitto '1 tin ' j
coreu. ?u- " "" vu.u ...u .wm., '"" , gnvs lie is tnu man tor vnur
, , , , House will be an ornamont to mat i J nirn.n-niTTni
lr. Horn, t he veteran baker aud part 0f tho town, tho design beine money. PLEASE PAUE !
confectioner, is ma weak condition e, ut oue , A d remcmber your pocket
from tho infirmities of ap. His, Luc8 Bros, havo also received the ;fl "',"',,1 llul "
manufactory in Honolulu has been i contract to orect a seaside residence ,S conC.lHLU.
esiaonsuod iwoiuj-bixy.-.-iw. - for j, M rcOhesnev at Wa k k . It
R. I. Lillio offers to let a now cot
tago on Thurston avenue, upon a
large aud nicely laid but lot. Also,
ho has for sale ferns and hanging
baskets, and a carriage horeo.
A tolephoup message reached tho
Folico Station this afternoon stating
that there was a row in a house at
Fauoa. It was a halfcaste under the
influence of sakt beating his wife.
A monument has been erected iu
honor of Frineo Bismarck at Got-
tingon, on which tho Emporor Wil
for J. M. McOhesnev at Waikiki,
will contain nino rooms and in addi-
tion thoro will be a cookhouse, etc.
Tho lot is ouo formerly owned by
the lato Dr. Trousseau, and is situ
ated noxt to Thomas Wright's resi
dence beyond llaniwai.
STOP AND TIITMv!
Would it not be well to go
' where for forty years
i IICXNEvST GOODS and
! HONES r PRICKS go hand
in hand. Ucauty and dura
! bility, instead of mere show
, Ah Chow, a banana and dry goods and display, from the Vir
Chinese merchant on Nuuanu street, f nn,ia KnnrlWUiv hr
1 lost a thirtoou-vear old girl on Sat- ot g00 aQ'ca 0y 118.
liain has directed to bo inscribed the
words "To tho Great Chancellor."
urclay morning, no ouoroci 4iu ro-
1 ward, but up to this afternoon tho
child has not beon found, aud her
guardian has iucroased tho reward
I to $20. Ah Chew, who is more gen-
Quartermaster Ashley calls for all erally knowu as "Spring Chicken,"
bills incurred against tho Military loves tho girl dearly aud is greatly
department from January G to Fob-, put out ovor her disappearance It
ruary 15, to bo prosented at the is not his own child, but is a servant
Financo ollico bofdro 12 noon of ' about thohouso.
Satu'rday next. I faU of ft Qf T
United Camago Company's stand, ' a. MoFarlaud, a prominent mor
besides having superior hacks al-1 0haut of Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal.,
ways roady at the call of "JU," lur-' wa8 taken with a very heavy cold.
To sell at a Small Profit in
every Department is the fun
damental law of ouu house ;
to carry the best and newest
goods tho markets of the
world afford is our constant
nisuos fine livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
A Quo chance to procure 31 bound
volumes of tho Scientific Amoricau
is offered iu this paper. They form
a goodly library iu themsolve, a
splendid fund of information for a
uoy or a mecnaiuo, youmr or oid. i
Two of the bankers of tho water
front Russian War gambling joint
Tho pains iu his chest woro so severe
that no had spasms aud was threat
ened with pneumonia. His fathor
gavo him several large doses of
I Chamberlaiu's Cough Remedy which
broko up the cough aud cured him.
i Mr. McFarlaud says whenever his
' children have croup ho iuvariably
gives them Uhauiuorlaiu s (Jougu
Homody aud it always cures them.
He considers it the best cou
remedy iu tho market. For sal
pleaded guilty in tho District Court , all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
to-uay and were nued isu eacu. iuo , aguuts lor the Hawaiian islands
the many new
things found on our counters
th?s week, we wish to call
your especial attention to what
1 i generally known asTABLE
FKLT, TABIjE FELT,
TABLE FELT, though it is
. continually used for fancy
work. Wo have an extra fine
1 line of this cloth in all colors.
l,un-! EIDERDO W N, EIDER
1 DOWN", EIDERDOWN.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and bcrrus, from
which Hires' Root Beer is carefully made, have
been the main dependence of physicians in all
Everybody everywhere is better for every
swallow of Hires' Root Beer, and everybody
In the Family.
K3f A8 your htorckeeper for it. Made only
by the Charles E. Ilrnics Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I bco your Root Heer took Iho priao ut tho World's Fair.
Wo nre gluil of it. It certainly deserves it, as it is the best
drink wo havo over used. Maiioakkt S. Houston, ft Linden St.,
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A."
"I havo used a great many bottles of your Root IJecr the
liibt five years, and liavo given it sample of it to a great many
people. A. W. Shjinklk, E. 7th St., Charlotte, X. C, U. S. A."
players, with the exception of ouo
who forfeited SB bail, wero allowed i
0. It. Harrison, practical piano
-and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re-'
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the saniM a done,
13. F. Dilliugham, general managor ,
of the Oahu Railway aud Laud '
Company, in tho Flautors' Monthly
supplements his prospectus ot tho '
Oahu Sugar Company. Ho figures '
on a profit of .?330,000 for tho third i
crop (1891)), which is $130,000 more '
than is represented in the pros- I
Jno. Carroll asked for polico pro-1
tectiou yostorday evening. A uativo
visited his place of residence aud j
used threatening language. It will
bo remembered Carroll shot ut a
native in solf-defonpo as ho claims i
uot long ago, aud was nrrosted aud
charged with assault with a deadly
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jowolry mado up neatly.
If you waut souvouir spoons, or any
thing in tho jewelry line. H. G.
Diart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Wou
nor & Co.
To look at it is to buy it,
soft us velvet, just tho thing
for Capes or Children's Jack
ets. We havo it in blue, pink,
and cream. You will wont it
in all these colors after once
1 looking at it.
IIouhok Dituo Company Wholesale
Benson, Smith & Company
Holmstek Drug Company, Ltd. . . .
Lewis & Company Grocers
NUW COTTAQK ON
Uiruo Lot nlvely laid out.
For fcJalo. Monie Ferns, and i
lluncliii! lluokuts. Also Carrinco llnruu.
liSI-l"v It. I. I.I M.IK.
Abb 1III.LS AGAINST THK MI LI
. tary l)t)iartinunt contracted lietwcon
Jannnry 0 ond l'ubrimry 15, lb'J.'i, and not
us jot presented, tiro ordered to lia jirfl
bented at tho financo Olllc before l'l
o'clock noon ou SATUKHAY, Mirch 10
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1 OarToolin-euLxn Avenarius
! KOIt I'KESKUVINO WOOD.
' Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuse and Caps.
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