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VOL. IX. NO. 1289.
HONOLULU, K. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 1(5, 18!5.
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER AHD
ALL KINDS or llUtLMNH MATERIALS.
Kort Street, Honolulu.
H. HAOKFELD A f'O .
General Commission Aoentk.
Corner Kort and tueen bireeis, ttuuumiu,
mO. 8. SMITHIES
At; ctiokeer and General DrsiNEt-s Ament.
Mahukumt, Kohala, Hawaii.
Kakal Jewelry a specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street,
HONOLULU tHON W0BK8,
Steam Enuines, Buoar Mills, Boilirn,
Coolers. Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Job Work executed
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. "W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agent for Hawaiian Islands
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Bts.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Fine Carriages & Civil Drivers
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j. s. aStjrade,
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Cr. AlUn Port SU.,
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I Periodicals! id Nii'itim
1 PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Fine Stationery and
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Carefnlly stilted to nil Sights.
Domestic Sewing Machines
Bole ArhU. i
Games, Toys, Dolls,
i Always Kept on Hand.
I DiariBg-1895 -Diaries
' BOOKSELLER :
I A Nlr Rlrvlr A I nor KAntnn Hnnii
to Select from BOOKS ordered by
GUITARS FROM $1.00 UP.
Flutes. Cornets, Piccolos. Ukuleles
and other Instruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Guitar Strings vd Pit
tings. SEWING MACHINE NEEDLE8
for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE fob $8.50.
ii. g. irwin a co;
-OFFER FOR SALE-
ALEX. CROSS .t SON8'
Colobnited High Grade Cant laaarei
Wo are also prepared to talc orders for
Ifeaara. N. OhlekXicU Js Oo '
Insuring prompt delivery.
AWThla It superior Paint Oil. con
sumlng lata pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier It gives a splendid Uoor
Refined Sugars, Salmon,
Falrbanl Canning Co.'a Corned Bttel
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
mud'i Patent 8teaoi Pipe Cowloi
Jaxboea1 Diamond, Enamel
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans
O. B. DWIGHT
Does all kinds of Work In
foment & Stone Sid walks & Curbing.
He has on hand a large snpply of Chi
nese Gran t Curb and alway. kcps Ha
wallan CnrhlnK Stone. E'tliuate given
and lowest nrlrea assured. UellTelepboue
Th Daily Bulletin, 50 eentt vtr
month, lUlivtrnl by carrirr.
Cold Water Faint
Especially Designed . .
For Inside Work on . , .
Factories and Public Buildings .
It is a diy powder which cun bo
prepared fur use by simply tdirring
in COLD WATER and can be up
plied by anyone and will always pro
duco good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
flective and burdens on a wall like
It will lust for years, and is un
affected by gases.
One coat covers better than two
cents of oil paint or whitewash.
It cun bo used on any surface and
for all classes of woik, even for tho
It will not rub, scale or crack, nor
will it soften with ago or discolor.
It will not set in the mixing vessel,
in fact it improves by standing a few
It can bo used to good advantage
over old whitewash without scraping.
,ITJ?1H?UT W1HTE AFTERiL "T'Canadian Pacific Rait
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to -100 lbs. also in boxes of 100, CO
ami 25 pounds.
FOR SALE 1JY
AMR for tlie BaWallaO iRlaDdS
The business of tho
sottling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
irom ills vacation, the cows in tho
Jiasturo switch flies instead of bid
ets with their tails and tho cream is
richor in consequence. Wo believe
wo havo satisfied every ouo of our
customers who havo taken milk from
us and we are in a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two wooks
havo had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, aud no lougor wonder at tho
riohnoss of tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivory aro the
bost. With the oxcoption of a day
or two early in tho lato unploasant
uess our drivers have always been
on timont our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity to thauk
thoso who have beou pationt with us
and to solicit a continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us aud
guarantee all milk to bo puro and
free from adultoratiou.
1IIK WALALiAili K:JNUH.
MEETING OK THE
of tho Intkii Island
Steam Naviooiom Co.. (L'd.), will he
held at the Olllco of tho Company, on
TUESDAY, March ID. IB'.O, at 10 o'clock
a. ii. W. H. MoLEAN,
HV II 111 ' MI
SU3EIDIES FOR STEAMERS.
Ploa for Support to American Linos
In the pHciflc.
Nkw York, Fobrunry 1. The Tri
bune raja: Tho Atnuricnn and Aus
tralinn lino is making n despnrate
Gglit to get at least a sharo of tho
gront jfarly paMongor Irallio.bo
twt'on Europt', England and Aus
tralia. Tho L'auiGa Mail and Occidoutnl
and Orioutal liuna of this country
hnvu learned to their sorrow that
within tho lait fov years they nro
only trausportitiLr across this great
continent ono-fiflli o tho tiaosongerfl
thoy used to. !
The. only reason fortius is that j
the Cant.dtau Pacific Company, with
large subsidies from Canada and
from every Australasian British
colony, ha been able to use its rail
road us a great transcontinental I
road, offering at Vancouver tho
finest steam service on the Pacific
between America and Australasia.
Not only this, but Vancouver is sap-,
ping the export trade of this coun
try to Japan, China, tho Malay
archipelairo and all Australasia.
T. V. Wilroii, fjeneral European
1 agent of tho American and Austra
lian line, was seen to day. Ho is a
stanch American and said in part:
"Tho general idea of our lino is to
bring business from Loudon to Aus-
, tralia through tho United Staloh
carry it, you undorstatul. Ltst year
12,000 passengers left England for
, Australia via tho Suez Caual or Cape
of Good Hope. If tho Government
of tho United States would only
holp us on tho Pacific Coast with
subsidies to euabla us to run boats
of an average rato of seventeen
knots an hour from San Francisco
to Sydney, wo would got at loaht
half of that trallic.
"Tho Government has helped tho
American lino of steamships on this
j side. Wo ask it to help in tho saino
way on the Pacific, lor fifteen years
I we have kept up tho service, chiefly
aided by tho Now Zealand subsidy
. nD(1 .luo miserable poundage for
I carrying mads by our own Govern-
I road is cutting into our business
sadly every day, aud if tho Govern
ment does not como to our assist-
anee at onco San Francisco's trado
will bo limited to sailing vessels
around tho Horn, aud Vancouver
will be tho great port of tho West-
i em coast.
"What I am advocating is not in
1 tho interest of any one hue. This I
want particularly emphasized. Our
idea is a purely patriotic one. Every
rauroad tnai leaves tno eastern or
western coasts would benefit greatly
by tho influx of passenger traffic.
then a grand journey through some
of tho finest sconory in tho world
, and thou the Pacific, with few ter
rors for the seasick, and tho longest
i time at soa, ooiwoen land auu land,
1 evon if they wont to Hobart-town,
Tasmania, would hardly exceed five
,lv n.ml- Imtvini.n Snn Pmn.
cisco and Honolulu.
"If we can get encouragement
from tho Government, wo would
organize a fortnightly servico be
tween tho important Australasian
ports and San Francisco, aud could
boat the present time mado by tho
Whon Othors Fall
Hood's Sareaparilla builds up tho
shattered system by giving vigorous
action, to the digestive organs, creat
ing an appetite aud purifying tho
blood. It is prepared by modern
methods, possesses tho greatest
curative powers, aud has tho most
woudorful record of actual cures of
ouy medicine in existence Toko
Hood's Pills aro purely vogotablc,
and do uot purge, palu or gripe.
1 At Independence Park.
A very enjoyable dance in which
about forty couples participated
took place at Iudepomlouco Park
yesterday ovoniug. It was a sub
scription dance chaperoned ly .Mrs,
Schmidt. Musio was furnished by
eight members of tho Quintet Club
string baud. Towards midnight re
freshments wore passed around.
Tho dance broke up about one
o'clock this morniug.
SAILING OF S, S. MARIPOSA.
Wntrr Qntnins Mnke Excitement for
ThoS. S. Mariposa left for the
Colonies shortly after G o'clock yes
terday evening. Th baud was on
tho whatf to speed the good ship on
her voyage. The Gaiely Company
oujoyt'd the music very much Prof.
Uorgornml his baud played "Tommy
Atkins" for their esprcinl benefit
and several danced to the music,
while all laughed in grateful glee.
During the day members of tho
company visited several places of
iuterot about town, some being
piloted by "Miss Maud Dobson,"
formerly resident hero ns Mrs.
Haley. The company sang to tho
health of Honolulu when the steam
er was moving awav.
Many of tim friends of Mr. and
Mrs. L. J. Levey and "brothers in
exile" of tho former were on tho
wharf to see them off; also a goodly
number of people were thoro tobid
goodby to acquaintances among tho
through passengers. After the stern
of the steamer had swung out from
tho wharf, a lady who bad neglected
tho warning "All who nro not pas
sengers go ashoro" arrived at tho
gangway gate on the rail. Tho
steamer w$s swung bick and the
gaugway Woiug let down tho lady
visitor covered with smiles tripped
gaily down to tho wharf. While tho
boat was swinging back both pas
sengers aud people on tho wharf be
came alarmed for a lot of boys who
were cutting their usual capers
diving for coins, etc. and who
seemed liablo to be crushed between
the vessel aud tho wharf. Tho
brownies themselves had no fear.
As tho space becamo too narrow for
them they dived under a stringr of
tho wharf and disappeared. Whou
tho vessol began swinging off again,
thoy helped to push it off with their
feet. Whon tho steamer was bow
onto tho nlinrf in turning, ouo of
tho passongers in cheering let his
hat fall into tho water. There was
a sharp race for it, aud tho winner
waved it proudly over his head.
Ono of tho passengers had previ
ously thrown over a prize wrapped
in a handkerchief, which it was re
ported ou tho wharf was no less
than a five-dollar piece.
SUIOIDE OF A JAP.
Ho Broods Over Domestic Manors
and Tokos Poison.
Kimura, a Japaueso iu tho employ
of M. A. Gonsnlves, died this
morning from the effects of ant poi
sonlhat ho took a week ago to day.
It is a plain case of suicide from
what could bo gathered from tho
few words tho mail let drop after be
iug confined to bed several days.
Kimura was jealous of his wife.
Mrs. Gonsalves was tho first to bo
notified of tho dose he had taken,
and she immediately telephoned to
her husband. A Japanese doctot
was summoued, who did all that was
possible. Tho man would uot ex
plain how ho camo to commit self
murder until several days after tho
act. when Interpreter Chester Doylo
and Detectivo Toma visited tho
houso. Ho thou only muttered a
few words aud asked that his wifo
and a personal friend of his bo sent
for. The wife, who was employed
at another place, arrived aud stayed
by his bedside until his death this
morning. Tho couple were both
young people, uot being very much
over twouty years of ago. Mr. Gon
salves was notified of tho death of
Kimura by his wife at 8.30 o'clock
this morning. Ho immediately noti
fied the Deputy Marshal aud a coro
ner's inquest will likely be hold Ki
mura has been a good workman and
his employers had no suspicions of
any intention on his part of any
thing wrong. The womau visited
George Clark, who lives
Bishop Willis, was riding down King
street at a cauter this morning. His
horso slipped at Fort street and fell
Hat on its side, throwing uiark prone
' in tho puddle at Hammer's
Ho was quickly on his feet agaiu
and had no trouble iu getting tho
uag up either. Before some near
oyewituesses of the mishap could
reach the spot, Clark had cantered
away on his courbo. It was fortunate
ho was not thrown against a tele
phone pole or the curbstone.