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THE DAILY BULLETIN,
MARCH 10, 1895.
Pioneer Furniture House
H1STABLIBHED 1 SB.
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Just Received per Bark "0. D. Bryant''
The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clincher
jtr.o:m: seeoo xjf.
Also a Fine Lot of CHIFFONIERS of tlio Latest Detlgni and Patterns.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per lloll of 40 Yards, 112.00.
And a Pine Quality for $9 por Koll
Headquarters for Babj Carriages!
TSSI-iHSFHCOlSIHl 17S -e
(BucceMora to O. R. Wllllauis.
rt09 AND 611 KING STREET.
Stop That Cough. !
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
523 Fort Street.
Medical Hall, - - 316 Fort Street.
20 lbs. f
will tell you
It Is the
FOR BALK BY TIIK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO,, L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Inland.
If your tvhioription hat trjiiwd now
U ri Rftflri tivir li r'ur it
P. 0. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
Safe Deposits InvestmentCo.
NO. -103 FORT BTItEET.
. WSAFKS of Various Bliea for Kent
wj tun )uivu ui lend
tm. VAULTS open from 8:30 a. m.
until 1 i'. m. except on Saturdays, when
they will bo closed at 2:30 r. u.
Wfc-WR Iluy and Sell First-closs
STOCKS and BONDS and make ad
vances on snme.
I11KO TO NO'nFY MY OLD OUS
t uners and the public generally that I
am now connected with Monsrs. W. U,
Peacock .t Co , and shall be pleased to re
celvo order on i heir accounts. Te ephono
40 P. O. Ilox M W. S. LllOK.
Honnluln, Feb. 21, ISPO. 12C0-w
WHY SAMOA 18 UNEASY.
Ofllcinl Correspondence Lays tho
Blamo on tho Consuls.
Washington, February 20. Tho
President t day out to tun Sonate.
in response In H resolution, copies of
all tho communications relating to
Samoa receive 1 sinco tho ratification
of tho Burl in treaty by Judge llonry !
O. Ide and ox-Cousiil Blackloek.
Secretary Greliam' repnrt, which
ocenmpauios lb papors, is briif, ,
Ho says that in order to malto the
account of political events in Samoa
complete copies of tho eorrospon
douco of Harold M. Sewall and of
James H. Mulligan (the principal
consular ofilcers in Samoa during
the poriod sinco Mr. UlncLlock s ap
pointment M Vice-Consul General)
and of the final report of Mr. Cham
bers, lato Land Commissioner on tho
part of the United States, are also '
Copies of tho correspondence be
tween tho department and tho 13 ri-1
tish and German embassies siuco
July 10; 1891, the date of tho last I
transmission of information in ro
gard to Sainoan affairs, are also
transmitted, though not specifically
called for by the resolution, as the
Secretary says they throw light
upon the situation in tho Samoan
Tho correspondence is volumin
ous, covoritig a period sinco 1880
and embracing between 1F0 and 200
documouts. Writing on December
25th last Mr. Mulligan says: "Tho
condition here continues to bo of
profound peaco. No outbreak of
any kind has occurred and no pre
parations for such an oveut aro dis
cernible, notwithstanding there is a
gouoral belie! that tho prevailing
peaco is to bo of but short dura
tion. Reports are in circulation
that a coullict has taken ylaco and.
war" actually iuauguratod'lu Tavyj '
but theso happily proved to bo uu
true. It is certain that tho native
population is in a state of unrest.
As far as I uudestatid tho genoral
dissatisfaction among the rebellious
ly inclined is directed against Malie
toa, not alone through tribal and
local prejudices, but for the reasou
that ho is a moro figure-head in tho .
hands of foreigners, and really repre
sents a foreign domination." '
Further along in tho satno com- i
munication ho says: "If tho natives ,
were in part satisfied if well dispos- j
! ed to peace, it is plainly my opinion
that they would not be suffered
I to so continue. The interests aud
elements sought under tho treaty to
be harmonized are so indirectly con-'
flictiug that cordial co-operation is
, not to be oxpocteu. So long as tho
Mr. Mulligan's last communica
, tion is dated January 2d, and in this
ho says thero aro no appearaucos of
war, but repeats that but littlo con
fidonco is felt in tho existing peaco.
He reports that Malietoa has issued
an address to other chiofs inviting
them to attend n reconciliation
meeting, but no response has boon
In a communication of September
' 10th last, Judge Ido complains bit
terly of tho efforts of tho consuls to
administer the affairs of the islands
without consultation of tho treaty,
1 but by prior determination to dic
tate to tho President aud himself.
1 He oloses thus:
J "In the midst of tho difficulties of
tho situation hore, it seems to me
' far wiser not to snond our time in
discussing tho original treaties ou
the question of abstract right, but
for all to join together to try to ac
complish somothiug for this wretch
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect tho stock of Brown & Kubey,
at No. J, Masonic Temple; thero you
will find the largest variety iu Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold ou weekly and
monthly payments. Brown & Kubey
mako a specialty of rubbor stamps.
k- B. G. BOHEMIAN BEER
I ROM THE-
American Brewing Compmy, St. Louis.
t- For sslo by
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Notice to Consignees!
Goods ex S. S. 'ludependenr
Must bo taken away as boon as possible
nfter doolng at the Nt-w Wharf,
foot of Minanu street.
Theo H Davies & Co . L'd
1 you are out of Dill Heads, Letter
Heads, etc., we can supply them.
1 lit illitl'-ntliiftl ImviliK been -ipliillitt-u
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
roil TIIK ClLKIIKAIXIi
FROM TltK WORKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for these P.uglties,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARK NOW MANUFACTURING A
8TVI.B OF I.OCOMOTIVK
Adapted for Plantation PnrposoB
A number of which have recently been
received ut theso Island, and we win have
pleasure In furiiMiliig plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over nil other makes Is known not only
here but Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
8ols Agin! for lbs flawailan Islands.
c. b. chase,
General Business Agent
RILYL KSTATH, LOANS,
fW Agent to Tako
to Labor Contracts.
Onto: Safe Depsit But .ding, M Port St.
Tiie Hawaii TrdM ay Co,, L'll
NIUHT TRAFFIC- IS NOW RESUMED
on tho old time schedule.
Last car Itaves 1'alanm fir Walklkl 0:17
I.atcar leaves I'tilmrii for Town nnl In.
nahou via King street, 10:17 p. in. t
. Lnst car leaves W'k'Jil for i'lilanm, 10: 10
1 1. '.
Lait car leaves Fort street for Walklkl.
10:5 p. m.
Saturdays, 11:5 p. iu.
Last car leaves Fort street for I'alama,
I 11:25 p. m.
Last car leaves Nuuanu Valley for Town
and l'umihou, 10:30 p. m.
Lnit car leaves Punahou for Town and
Nuuanu Valley, 0:60 p. in.
Last car leaves Ouecn street fur Viiimnti
Volley, 10:11 p. m.
Last car leaves Town for Punahou via
Bcretanla street, 10:15 p. iu. 1277-lw
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ran and OotTe?.
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Odlco with C. D. Chaso, Safe Deposit Build
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Read the following; partial list of spec
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lero placing your order). Dy so doing
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Bills of Lading,
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Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores A. Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
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