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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 20, 1895.
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0. P. K. Kamoa has
oath to tho Coustitutlon,
N. S. Sachs is unpacking
goods received by tho
tortn sitting will , 4
be resumoU at 10 o'clock to-morrow,
Marshal Hitchcock will loavo for
Hilo, Hawaii, on tho steamer Kinau
taken the '
Threo thousand oystors woro ro-' tho comotory playod dirges nnd
coived by tho Australia for planting i Pnorod airs beforo atid after the in
iu Pearl Harbor. .torment.
, Among those who wero prosout
Captain Fehlbehr, tho votoran , wero: August Dreier, George N.
mariner, polico officer and court Wilcox, W. L. Wilcox. Paul Nett-
bailiff, is laid up. i
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xyuuttuvou uw ..U.uuv, .... ,
aoserimg contract service, woro mo
oniy arrests lo-uny.
Captain J. A. King,
Interior, returned from
terday on tho Kiuau.
Minister of '
Tho band of tho U. S. flagship I
Philadelphia will kivo a concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening.
0. II. Athortou is going about on
crutches. Ho jumped oft tho coun
tor in Castle & Cooko's store and
turned his ankle.
Wiros of tho Hawaiian Electric
Company are being raised on higher
polos to prevent their interfering
with the telophono sorvico.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu stroets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
Gorham D. Oilman, Hawaiian
Cousul-Goneral at Boston, has the
thanks of tho Bulletin for an inter
esting budgot of papers from tho
A fresh iuvoice of California oyster
cocktails and Eutorpriso beer was
received by tho Australia booked for
Seoly Shaw's popular resort, "The
Ives and Schaofer, the famous
billiard playors, aro coming horo next
month and will spond three weeks
in Honolulu. Exhibitions will be
given by the champions.
Tho Star is cordially thanked for
. copies of its now edition of tho his
tory of "Tho Rebellion of 1893." It
is very complete and evidently care
fully compiled and revisod.
Anna, a nativo woman, was com
mitted to tho Insano Asylum to-day.
She was very violent prior to her re
moval from the Polico Station, and
it took several men to hold her.
Mr. Levey will hold his regular
cash sale at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Tho salo of plants and ferns will be
held at tho sanio hour. Two Moxi
can parrots will bo offered at this
Bricklaying on tho Y. M. C. A.
addition has been delayed in start
ing on account of tho high wind.
Work began this morning on tho
walls of both tho gymnasium and
Tho Hawaiian National band at a
meeting held yosterday evening de
cluVtl to jo to Chicago, providing
sufficient inducements aro offered.
They ask for $50 a mouth each and
Uuitod Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at tho call of "290," fur
nishes fine livery outfits at tho short
est notice good horses and nico car
riages, from buggy to wagonetto.
Tho nauio of H. Laws. Auditor
Gouoral, was inadvortently omitted
from tho list of thoso present at tho
hearing of tho memorial resolutions
regarding O. L. Carter and H. N.
Castlo beforo the Supremo Court.
G. R. Harrison, practical piauo
and organ maker aim tunor, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to lw Uh same as done
If you want your watch ropaired.
If you want jewelry made up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing in tho jewelry lino. H. G.
Biart, at C. Gertz's storo, Fort street,
is your man. Howas'for ton years
the practical watchmaker for Wen
nor & Co.
F. J. Testa, sinco his roleaso from
Erison with other political suspects,
as rosumed publication of tho Ma
kaainana. of which ho is editor.
When asked about tho policy of his
paper ho declined to talk ou tho
subject, but would say that it was
not to bo annexation.
Officers of the Iuler-Island Stoam
Navigation Company for tho ensuing
year aro as follows: W. B. Godfrey,
prosideut J. Ena, vico-prosidentj W.
II. MoLean, (secretary; J.L. McLoan,
treasurer; T. W. Hobrou, auditoi
those, with G. N. Wilcox, F. A.
Schaofer, W. O. Smith, A. S. Wilcox
aud E. Suhr, being tho directors.
FUNEBA.Ii OF F F. KANOA.
Largo Attendance Including Former j
Tho funoral of tho lato Paul Puhi-
ula Kanoa took nlace from Koula at
o'clock vostordav aftornoon. tho
j interment being in tho family vault
I at tho Kawaianao cetnotery. Iter.
I H. H. Parker conducted the last sad
rites at tho house and at tho grave.
Tho Government band stationed in
mann, Samuel Parkr, W. H. Rice,
H. Watorhouse, W. O. Smith, J. A.
tiouse. W. O. Smith, J. A.
i Couit Brown, Capt. Tripp,
K. Fernandez, J. E. Bush, I
j jjog? A
Jo. vn.au. w Toii t rr Kni100.
kauo, F. J. Testa, E. K. Lilikalani.
M K- Kcohokalolo, C. 13. Mailo and
a host of others. Many of thoso
montionod woro members of tho
Legislature when the docoased was
a membor from Kauai and also Min
ister of Finance The floral offer
ings woro profuse.
J. 6. LEONARD
Who is making a tour of the world
is registered at tho Hawaiian Hotel,
where ho will romain for a few days
before sailing for tho Orient.
This remarkable man whose career
has boen ono of unqualified success
wherever ho has appeared, is gifted
by nature with a powor that ap
proaches tho miraculous. Ho is
acknowledged by the Press and
Public to bo tho marvel of the Nine
teenth Century aud his wondorful
powers oxcito the astonishment and
admiration of the most skoptical.
Through his development of occult
sight and his thorough knowledge
of tho many occult scionces poculiar
to tho men of tho Oriont, ho is
enabled to reudor most valuablo
advico and assistance to all.
Tho Professor respectfully an
nounces to tho Publio of Houolulu
that ho will,, for' a fow days only,
give private sittings to any wuo
may desire to visit and consult with
him at his cottage adjoining the
Hawaiian Hotol. Entranco on Rich
ards street, opposito Central Uuiou
All persons in Houolulu should
avail themselves of this opportunity.
Consultations are strictly confiden
tial and private, nnd no charges aro
made for sittings unless outirely
satisfactory to tho consulting party.
Offico hours from 10 x. ii. to 8 r. m,
you Insure It is well to do u In com
I ppnles whose reputations lmve built
upon strong foundations.
Com rani's represented by John M.
Dow8ETT(succc9or to tlm Into U. U.
liorjior) linvo stood all the tests ne
ccsary to convince any nnu tlmt
their capital la ample mil the prin.
clples ujioii willed tbey nro governed,
tho highest. .
nro paid promptly nnd without nn- i
ncccsnry dolns. Tho assets of a
company is tho best proof of its o-
nuiiy nnu aumry io pav io'so. me
Het given will satisfy oven ' Tho One
The New York Life,
London & Lancashire Fire Insur
U. S. Branch.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Palatine Fire Insurance Co..
U. S. Branch.
Thames & Mersey Marine Insur
32?" Policies for either Life,
Fire or Marino Insuranco issued
in any of the above mimed Com
panies at tho lowest rates and on
any of tho numerous plans ad
vertised. Your patronage is so
licited. JOHN M. DOWSETT,
Merchant Stre't, Honolulu
Honolulu Teacbeis' Association,
Under the Aiuplccs of tho atovo
Dr. R. 6. Northrop.
" The Memory, and
How to Train It,"
Wlil be given In the
Y. M. C. A. Hall,
Timrsday Evening, March 21st,
A.r 7:00 O'CXaOCK:.
Admission, : 25ots
Put Ilim to the Test
By having him do a
Job of Plumbing for You,
And see if it is not handled
To your entire satisfaction.
You will easily recognize
At 15 Bethel Street.
In Blue and White.
DUJHNU MY ABSENCE l-'UOM THE
country Mr. Ohoy Oheo will act for
me under lull power ot uttornoy.
J20-J at Hawi, Kotiala, Hawaii.
Per S. S. " -
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
New Spring Dress Materials
IsTe-w "Wliite Q-oocls
CHOICE SPRING MILLINERY
Which will bo Open in a Few Days.
5SO Fort St, -
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Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world iH to
Hires' Root Beer.
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and berries, 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 cvcryloilt,
In the Family.
g Ask your storekeeper for it. Mado only '' ,,
by tho Ciiaiuks E. IIirks Co., Philadelphia, ,,",
u. s. a. ;
"I see your Boot Beer took tho prize ut tho World's Fair.
Wo nro gliul of it. It cortuiuly (Icsorvcs it, as it is the best '
drink wo lmve ever need. Makoahkt S. Houston, ii Limlon St.,
Rochester, N. Y U. S. A."
"I huvo used a grout many bottles of your Root Beer the
last live years, mill huvo given a sample of it to a great many
people. A. W. Si'Iiinkle, . 7tli St., Charlotte, N. C, U. S. A."
IIobiion Drug Company Wholesale Druggists
Benson, Smith & Company u "
Holltster Drug Company, Ltd.-. . . " "
Lewis & Company
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
t- Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These are beauties.
FKESII GOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed Palnta, Oils niul Varnishes, ltruslios, CurrluKO Whips,
roll I'UESKItVINQ WOOD.
Giunt and Blusting Powder, Fuho and Caps.
- AOENTB FOH THE OELEUKATKD -
"V j&- O XT TT & OILS,
Tho Dust Lubricants Known to Commerce.
land, Wales, Iroluud. JUabu,
the United' Status.
A. - ustra.liei."
. --. . i , . ., .j
in KiiKlund, Franco, Italy, (lermany, 8cot-
Chiui, Japan, Java, India and thu. iriuilal cltiea ot