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VOL. IX. NO. 1288.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1 8!5.
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LEWEK8 ft OPOKB.
IMPORTERS AND DXAI.ERH IN LUMCIR AND
all kinds nr lltm.ii.Ni Materials.
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B. HAOKFELD A OO.
GENIERAL COMMISSION AttENTt.
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Knknl Jewelry a specialty.
attention paid to all kinds of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Stiau Enoines, Buiiar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers. Iron, Diukh and Leah
Machinery o( Kvery Dencnptiou Made to
Order. I'articnlnr attention paid to Ships'
Blacksnilthlng. ' Work eiwufd at
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. "W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Apflnt" for Hawaiian IUnil
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bta.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages & Civil Drivers
To be had at all hours
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Cor. Allan & Fort Sts.,
(iiililitli Klllr iianal.
W. F. Reynolds. Prop.
Mittls awl towers
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Fine Stntlnnery nrnl
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Carefully suited to nil Sights.
Domestic Sewing Machines
Games, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Hand.
Diaries 1895 -Diaries
A Nl"e Stock Alwavs Kept on Hand
to Select bom BOOKS ordered by
GUITAK8 FUOM 1.00 UP.
FIues, Cornfta, Piccolos. Ukuleles
and other InKtruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Uultar Strings and Fit-
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLK8
for all klniU of Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE fou $8.50.
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gar This is a superior Paint Oil, con
suming less pigment than LIuseed Oil, aud
diving a lasting brilliancy to uolors.
red with drier It elves a tinJnndfri
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Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
O. B. DWIOH.T
Docs all k I mi a of Work in
Oment & Stono Sidnwalks & Caiblng.
He has on hand a larR supply of Chi
ncte (Iruriit" Curb ami alwny. keps Ha
waiian t'lirlilnii Stone, lvtlmtue given
and lowest prices ussnred BhII Telephone
The. Daily Bulletin, 60 cent per
month, dflivered bv carrier.
Cold Water Faint
Espccialy Designed . .
For inside Work on ...
! Factories and Public Buildings .
It ih u dry powder which can be
pruparvd for uco by simply Hirring
in COLD WATER unil can bo ap
plied by iiiiyoiio and will always pro
duce good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re- .
Ik'Ctivo and hardens on u wall liko
It. will liift for ycnrc, und in tin
a Hue ted by gafcs". '
Ono coat eovera better tlinn two ,
conta of oil jmint or whitewash.
II can bo used on tiny surface and
for ull cla8ied of work, even for the
It will not rub, ce.ilo or crack, nor
will it (.often with acu or diecolor. ,
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. It will not et in the mixing eseel,
in tact it imiiroves ny siaiuiiiig n icw
It can be u.-cd to good advantage
over old whitewash without scrolling.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewabh, dura
Is is Dtiiinliod in barrel from MOO
to -100 lbs., also in boxes of 100, ISO
and 2" pounds.
FOR SALE IJY
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! A&entR (nr tl)B Hawaiian IslanflR
The business of the country is
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in the
lasture switch Uies instead of bul
ots with their tails and tho cream is
richer iu consequence. Wo believe
wo have satisfied every ono of our
customers who have taken milk from
us aud we aro in a position to sun
ply a great many more. Tho peoplo
who from choice or uecossity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
have had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at the
richness of tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
host. With tho oxcoption of a day
or two early in the lato unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
on timo at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those who have been patient with us
aud to solicit a coutiuuauco of their
patronage. Wo will bo jiloased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure aud
free from adulteration.
The WAIALAE HANOI 1.
THE ANNUAL iMKRTINO OP TIIK
Stockholders of tho Inter Island
Btkam N-vioti"n Co., (L'd.), will lie
held at the Olllce ot the Companv. on
TUESDAY, .March II). 1')5, at 10 o'clock
a. m. W. H. McI.EAN,
THE BLUE VS. THE RED
The Philad lpblaa and the Honolulus
Wilt Meet To-morrow
Tht) second football game- between
the Philailelphias and Jionolulus
will take place on tlie League
Krounds at 3:30 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon. Both teams have been
practicing ilailj for the past two
I weeks and a lively game is likolv to
eusuu. Tho Philadelphia elovenhas
been materially strengtheuod and
will buck tbo Honolulus for all they
1 aro worth. Tho Government band
will likely bo in attendance. An ad
mission feo of twouty-fivo cents will
The Honolulu team will leave tho
comer of King anil Fort streets
promptly at 3 o'clock. Their colors
of red and white will adorn the bti?,
and the boja will endeavor to carry
them to the front. Tho Philadel
phia's colors are bun and blue and
tho naval sympathizers will be pres
ent with their colors in full force.
1 Tho admirers of tho opposing teams
' will likely be present in largo ntim
1 brs dis'inguished by their colors.
The Honolulus will lino up as
follows: Chris Holt, left end; George
Angus, left tackle; Ed. Holt, left
guard; James Spencer, center rush;
George Rosa, right guard; Carlos A.
Long, nglit tackle; Antoue Law
reuce. ngut eiut; James Thompson,
quartor back; Chas. Crane, left half
back; Palmer Parker, right half
back; Louis Singer, full bck. Sub
stitutes: Sam Johnson, V. Thrum,
Henry Hapai, Green well aud Rice.
JUSTICE FREAK TALKS
Ho Gives His ViowB of Hawaiian Af
fairs on tho Coast.
Santa Roma, March Judge Wal
ter Frear, ono of tho three Supremo
Judges of Hawaii, is visiting at tho
residence of his brother in-law,
County Treasurer Woodward. H
was appointed Circuit Judge by Li
liuokalanl, and "hen President Dole
lo't the Supremo bench to accept
tho Presidency Frear was appointed
to succeed him.
Ho was at Honolulu during the
roceut revolutionary troubles. He
pronounces as false and absurd all
tho stories about cruelty intlietedou
Royalist prisoners by the Govern
ment authorities. He says tho effect
of the revolution has been to
strengthen the republic greatly, as
it drew to its support many who re
fused to take Bides before.
Another effect will be to strength.
en the desire for auuoxation to the
United StateH. Now that tho Royal
ists seo that all their hope of being
restored to power is gone they will
prefer annexation to seeing the
countrv remain under the nresent
When Judge Frear was asked re
garding mo sionos published charg
ing Rudolph Spreckels with aiding
tho revolutionists, he declined to
discuss tho matter, but intimated
that he considered Spreckels too
sharp a business man to be engaged
in such an undertaking.
An Old Acquaintance.
The "Loudon Gaiety Girl" com
pany is on tho S. S. Mariposa, on its
way to the Colonies. Among tho
' members, whoso names may bo seou
iu tho passenger list printed elso
whoro, is Miss Maud Dobson, moro
familial ly known iu Honolulu as
Mrs. Captain Haley. A picture of
Miss Dobson appears iu tho S. F.
Chronicle of March 1. Hor formor
husband, who has beeu dead for
somo years, was an English military
officer, who was in great favor hero
, with King Kalakaua. He was cap
tain of the mounted police, which
was disbanded in 1881, after much
criticism of such a body, by the
opposition party, on account of tho
i Leads to nervousness, frotfulness.
peovishnoss, chronio Dyspopsia and
great misery. Hood'a Sarsaparilla
is tho remedy. It tones tho stomach,
( creates an appetite, and gives a
1 relish to food. It makoi pure blood
and gives healthy action to all tho
organs of tho body. Tako Hood's
for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills become tho favorite
' cathartio with every ono who tries
Rocord of the Day at Circuit Court
In lvuamu and others vs. Mrs.
Niau laukea and others, plaintilTs
have filed a replication to answer of
Akoi, Chinese, petitions that he
bo appointed guardian of hit daugh
ter Laahin, aged 12 j ears, who hat
somo property and who is living
with John Kahoela alias John Liilii,
without any right of justification by
law, so says the petitioner.
Judge Cooper has granted tho pe
tition of Chariot Ltica. guardian of
Ah Hoy, a minor, to sell real estate
for raising money to pay for the
minor's keep and schooling. Ma
goon for petitioner.
Judge Cooper has granted tho pe
tition of Pipiana, widow of Autoue
Pedro, by appointing Cecil Brown
as administrator under J.'OO bond.
Brown for petitioner; Johnson for
A. R. Pedro, a t-on.
J. T. Watorhouso. Henry Water
house and William Waterhouse, ad
ministrators of tho estate of the Into
John Thomas Waterhousc, have fil
ed accounts as trustees of tho mer
chandise bifiness from Feb, 15 tw
March 1-1. Receipts and disburse
ments balauce at .?2,.),033. 1 ('. Re
sources aro placed at sa,liJl-i,
; and liabilities at rtU'.t..W
stock account is $13 1,803. IS.
U S WARSHIPS.
Report That Two Will I'omo to
A rumor has been current today
that the U. S. cruiser Olyuipia and
' tho U. S. gunboat', Bennington woro
to ho ordered to Honolulu, aud
, would arrive within the next few
days. The report evidently enmu
from likely authority aud many be
With a view to ascertaining the
veracity of tho report a Bulletin
reporter called at tho U. S. Consu
late. Consul General Mills was seen.
That gontleman had not received
any intimation whatever that the
war vessels or auy United States
warships were coining here. No
oQicial news has bou received either
at tho Consulate or at the Legation,
as far as Mr. Mills knows.
According to San Franchnn papers
tho Olympia has been placed in
readiness for sea, but her- dostina
tiou has not beeu given out. Tho
Bounington had beeu ordered from
' Acapulco to Maro Island
Hacklny Lot Out.
Chief Engineer Hackley of the
Oceanic Company's steamer Mari
posa recoivou uouce irom ins em-
pioyers yesterday to tho effect thai
j. his services wero no lougr required.
This action was not eutirely unex
pected, for it was known that an in
vestigation of somo sort was in pro
gress. What tho cause was for
Hackloy's removal tho officials of
tho company decline to stato, and
the employes have all Been warned
to keep silent. The story related
along tho wator front, howovor, is
to tho effect that somo slight infrac
tions of Federal regulations caused
the eugineer to lose his position. S.
M. Haines, who has been in charge
of tho steamer Zealaudia during her
period of idloness at Martinez, has
been appointed to succeed Hackley.
S. F. ChronkU.
How to Curo Rhoumatism.
Araoo, Coos Co., Om:oon, Nov. 10,
1893. I wish to inform you of tho
groat good Chamberlain's Pain Balm
has done my wife. She has beou
troubled with rheumatism of the
arms aud hands for six months, and
has tried many remedies prescribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief until she used this Pain Balm;
ono bottlo of which has completely
curpd her. I take pleasure in recom
mending it for that trouble. Yours
truly, C. A. Bi'lloiii), fiO cent and
SI Of) bottles. For sale by all dealers.
Bauson, Smith k Co., agents for tho
If you want your watch repaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing iu tho jewelry lino, 11. G.
Biart, at C. Gortz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ten years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen
no r k Co.