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VOL. IX. NO. 1202
HONOLULU, H. 1., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1 5
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
MINTED AND TUULISUED
EXCEPT 8UNHW 11V Till!
Dally Bulletin Publishing Co., LM ,
T TUB or'ICS,
J38 fc 328 Ceicliaat 81., Honolulu, H. I.
SUlfeCIUI'TION Six Dollars a Year,
Delivered in Honolulu at FiriY Cr.MS a
Month, In advance.
THE WEEKLY BOLUiTIK
-is. I'miMSMKii -
At Koch Dollar Ya to l)iiiiin-fr
nd Fivs Doi.i.alh to KorHluo Hnbminhms
oay&ble in advance.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
DHMI IB aUFBRlUK MTtL
TELEPHONE 253. P. O. BOX Si).
Tna Daily liui.Lr.nn In prlmeU ami pub
lished by the Duly Bulletin PublisiunR
Company, Limited, at Its otllce, Mer
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian Isl
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakea sweet, ifouolttlu. aforesaid
Address letters lor ttie tapur " Kdltoi
Bulltin," and bnaluess letters " Mauitpnr
Dally Bulletin Publishing Cohipauy."
Using a personal addrem may turnip daia)
IEWEI18 & OOOKE.
Ir0RTKK8 AND DKAI.rRX IN LUMBER AND
ALL KINDS Of BUILDINU MATERIALS.
Kort otrtiot. ilomiiuiu
H. HACKKEL.D CO.
General Commikhion Agent.
Corner Fort and ijueen turrets, tJuimiiiiu.
JNO. 8. aHITHIKH
Acctiokeera.no General BusiNEbs Aoent.
Mahukoua, Kohala, Hawaii.
MANCrACTDRIMI JEWELER AND WATCH
MAKER. Kami Jewelry specialty, farticutiti
attention paid to all kind of repairs
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enuineh, Buuar Mills, Boilirh,
Coolers. Iron, Brigs and Lead
Machinery ot Every Desunptiun Muue to
Order, Particular attention paid to Ships'
Blackaiulthinx. lob Work aiwiated ai
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. SOHMTDT & SONS
Airpnts for Hawaiian Island
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Sta.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Pine Carriages & Civil Drivers
To b had at all hoars
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Cor. Mian Port 8t Hnnotnlu.
lOiVtf , Ant.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Koynolds. Proiu
FBi'iodicals till Mwm
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
CTATmiJPD Kllln Stationery and
OlAllUlllJn. Cheap Stationery.
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglassos
Carefully stilted to nil Sights.
Solo A cnt.
Domestic Sewing: Machines
Sole A i;ent.
Games, Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Hand.
Diaries -18 95 Diaries
A Nice Stock Alwav Kept on Hand
to Select I'om HOOKS ordered by
GUITARS FROM $1.00 UP.
Flutes. Cornets, Piccolos, Ukuleles
and other Instruments. Also Violin,
Banjo and Guitar Strings and Fit
tings. SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
for all kinds of Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE for $8.50.
li IRWIN & CO.
-OFFER FOR BALE-
PKKTJ LIZ KKS
ALEX. CROSS & SONS'
Celebrated High Grade Cane uumx
Wo Are also prepared to take orders for
Moaaro. N. Oiilakziclt J Oo '
Insuring prompt delivery.
aTarThli Is superior Paint Oil. con
suintng less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colon,
used with drier It gives a splendid floor
Refined Sugars, Salmon,
FalrtMak Canning Co.'s Cornud Bnot
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
ind'i Ptteot Steam Pip Comriiu
Jarboe' Diamond, Enamel A Bnr
Especially designed for Vacntim Pans,
a. b. iD-vvia-iiT
Does nil kliMs of Work in
frment & Stone Stduvaiks & Curbing,
He has on hand a largo supply of Chi
nKi (Iran t Curb and always kfeps 11 u
walian Curbing Stone. E-timutes given
and lowest prlcvs assured. Bell Telephone
Cold Water Paint
Especially Designed .
For Inside Work on . .
Factories and Public Buildings
It is a dry powder which unit he
prepared for uso by simply btirriig
in COLl) WATEU and can bo up
plied by itnyono and will always pio
ilticu good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extremely re
flective nnd hardens on a wall like
It will lad for years, and ia tin
iiU'cctcd by gitscs.
One coat covers better than two
coatn of oil paint or whituwiifb.
It can bo uxed on any Min'aco and
for nil cliiBtea of work, oven for the
It will not rub, actio or crack, nor
'will it Foftnn with ago or discolor.
It will not'Mitiin-thn mixing veceel,
iu fact it improves, by standing a few
It can bo ii.'cd to good advaiitago
over old whitewafh without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whitewash, dura
Is is supplied in barrels from 300
to -100 lbs., aleo in boxes of 100, M
and 25 pounds.
.. FOR SALE UY ..
Agents (or toe Hawaiian Islanflr
Tho business of the country is
settling into its formor groove Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows in tho
Iiasturo switch flies instead of bul
ots with their tails and the cream is
richer in consequence. We believe
wo havo satisfied overv ono of our
customers who have taken milk from
ub and we are in a position to sun
ply a great many moro. The people
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeks
havo had an opportunity to seo just
what sort of diet our stock foods
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With the exeoption of a day
or two early in tho late unploafant
HHBS our drivers have always been
on timo at our customers' residences.
We take this opportuuity to thank
those who have been pationtwith us
aud to solicit, n continuance of their
patronage. Wo will bo pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to us and
guarantee all milk to be pure and
free from adulteration.
The WATALAE IUNCH.
. G-. E. SMITHIES,
AfCoon:D', Coi.tctor unci Copyist.
OnlfH with O.lM'Imso, Halo Deposit Build
lug, iOJ Fort Street. Telephone l4.
The Collection of Government RUU
a specialty. l'J75-t(
A NOTED MAN HERE.
Ono of tho Most Gifted Men In tho
United Statoa Visits Honolulu.
Stopping nt tho Hawaiian Hotol is
n goutliuiuiii who has intorviowed
royalty, hold sittings with potentates
tho world over, ntul toon Fought af
t)r by scores of bank prosidonts.
leading railroad inon, as well as pro
miiient l)uiniss men and rocioty
pooplo in tho United States. This
is no les n porcouap than l'rofojsor
J. G. Leonard, ono of tho moat Rifl
ed men tlio country lias vor pro
TROFESSOn J. O LEONARD.
I duced, and n man, too, whom has
! been referred to by tho highest
' authorities as ono of the greatest
mat vols of tho age.
l'rof. Lnounrd comes to Honolulu
, with eudorsoiniMits from the leading
1 paper of tho United Status, includ
, ing all tho well-known journals of
the eoast. His time in this city will
1 necessarily bo limited, as ho sails
I shortly for tho Orient. Last evening
j ho was met ot his cottage adjoining
' the Hawaiian Hotel by n represeu
, tativo of tho Bulletin, l'rof. Leo
' nard is nu extremely u liable aud eu
j tertaitiing gentleman; he has that
polish which only comes to a man
after years of trawl and intercourse
with the best fouiety, and his whole
bearing is that of a man of the
, world. While tho Professor was not
inclined to talk much about himself
' yet tho writer saw enough of him
I during tho short interview to become
1 convinced that ho was n wouderfully
clover man who, if bin predictions
shall bo fulfilled, will startle the
good people of Honolulu with his
1 A little incident connected with
tho professor's visit as showing tho
I woudorful powers of this gontiomsu
, is worthy of mention hero. One
evening soon after his arrival at the
' Hotel ho was accosted on tho ver
anda by one of Honolulu's promi
t nent business men. "I understand,"
1 said the resident, turning to tho
J professor, "that you have tho power
I of reading other people's minds,
j correctly divining their thoughts,
' telling their names, their ages, all
their past history, and can 'more
over make correct forecasts of their
futures. If you cau do all this you
, are just tho man 1 am looking for;
but to convince theso gentlemen
present that you aro unable to do
. what you claim I will bet you $20
that you cannot tell me what is in
side of this envelope I hold in my
' baud." I'rofessor Leonard, in his
' cool, quiet way. informed tho rosi
! dent that ho didn't care to accopt
I tho wager, but, without a moment's
hesitation, told the man his name,
his age, whore ho was born, and then
proceeded to road the contents of
tho letter, which was still enclosed
! in tho onvelopo offered him for in
spection. To say tho business man
1 was dumfouuded faintly expresses
his condition after tho professor got
through with him.
As boforo statod Prof. Leonard
will remain in Honolulu but a limit
ed time. He can bo seen while hero
at his cottngo opposite tho Central
1 Union Church, aud ho will doubtless
bo visited by ninny of Honolulu's
, representative people.
Flagship Band Concrt.
The baud of tho flagship Philadel
phia will play the following pro
gram at the Hotel this evening:
.M.ih:Ii-I tland Owlets.
Overture Light Cavalry.
Waltz Symposia. . .
Hflrcllon Robin Ho-mI . ..
Mazonrka I.a Oznrine.,,.
, . ..Reeves
. .do Kovcn
belcctlon II Irovatore..
Wnlu-Visions oM'artvIlK! Bcnnet
j Galop Champagne Welgaud
THE NATIVE POLICE.
The Citizens of Honolulu Mako them
The native police foreo assembled
in tho yard of tho Polieo Station at
noon to-day, in pursuance to an order.
Tho men with drawn up in lino by
Senior Captain Pa 1 Iter. The object
of the aembling was the presenta
tion to individual member of the
force of a purse Mibscribed by tho
citizen of Hour lulu. There were
present beside the police and clerks,
W. O. Smith, Attoriioy-Goiioral; 12.
G. Hitchcock, Marshal. P. C. Jones,
J. 15. Alherton, Andrew Brown, Henry
Waterhoun1, Paul Isenborg, W. L.
Wileox, L. McCaudless, and Deputy
P. C. Jones with a few remarks
placed in the bauds of J. B. Ather
tou and Andrew Brown envelopes
containing greenbacks for distribu
tion among tho police. Each en
velope was addressed to the re
cipient. Senior Captain Parker was
given a list aud called each man out.
Mr. Brown handed the envelopes as
each man stepped to tho front.
There were over forty-fivo men in
line. When the last man had been
given his package, Captain Parker
proposed three clieers for the citi
zens of Honolulu. These wore given
with a will, causing two horses to
bolt from the stables of the 1. I. S.
Attorney General Smith address
ed tho force. He commended them
for their gallant conduct during the
late trouble. In rain or shine tho
men had turned out. with dispatch.
He hoped they would continue itt
tho future as they have done in the
Marshal Hitdicock remarked that
as ho was about to loav for Hawaii
ho would admonish t hem to coutinue
to do what was right. Pear not any
thing where duty called them. The
Marshal spoke feelingly for several
minutes, giving thumgood advico.
After tlie men had been dismissed
the envelopes were opened. The
captains found 100 iu their en
velopes, the lieuteuautH $o0 aud the
1 privatos $2o each in paper and goldv
Eovoral Matters in Bankruptcy and
Alfred W. Cartor, assignee of W.
H. Smith, has filed an account show
ing receipts of $731 10 and expendi
tures of 221.09, which loaves a bal
ance of $510. Si.
Tho executors of tho estate of tho
lato Charles L. Carter havo filed the
account of deceased as guard'au of
tho late H. G. McGreo-, showing re
ceipts of $78of i)5 and expenditures
of $71)72 Oi, which leaves a balanco
Cecil Brown, administrator of tho
estate of Autoue Pedro, has filed an
inventory of the estate. There are
i moro than 107 aero of laud, some
farm stock aud $-180 in cash.
Judge Cooper has, admitted the
will of the late Ann Maria Diinond
to probate, and appointed Henry
Waterhouse and Julia Waterhouse
James J Byrnu briugs suit against
j John Allen, Henry Allen, Henry
Rhodos aud W. II. Lambert, of Port
! Angeles, Washington State, consti
tuting the Bed Cedar & Shingle
j Company, for a balanco on account
of $7-10.71, and cites A. Peek, railway
I contractor, as garnishee.
1 JAPANESE IMMIGRANTS
I Distributed Among tho Different
j Tho following disposition has been
l made of tho Japanese immigrants
1 which wore brought horo by tho S.
1 S. Independent from Kobe, Japan,
' consigned to K. Ogura & Co.:
I Men. Women.
1 Waimoa Sugar Mill 20 C
II. P. Fayo&Co 25 5
' Honokaa Sugar Co 05 10
Pacifio Sugar Mill 13
Kipahulu Sugar Co 20 7
Hauamaulti Plantation. 30 7
Kukaiau Plantation 30 7
Waiakea Mill Co 1(5 10
C.F.Hart 23 1
Popoekeo Sugar Co 37 10
Ookala Sugar Co 15 2
Olowalu Plantation 0 1
1 Paauhau Plantation 88 23
I Htkaluu Plantation 35 7
I Total 495 107