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THIS DAILY BULLETIN. MARCH 22, 18WJ.
.. ! BY AUTHORITY.
AN EMINNT VISITOR.
Dr. Northrop Is Famed In Many
Iauds for His Works
Dr. B. 0. Xorthiopi tlio originntor
of tlio Arbor tiny ami one of th" l)t
kumvn nuthorftios on fducitionAl
matter?, bin been Ifjiping hi Ibis
city for aovurnt week, ami as yot tio
unlive of his pris'iieu ba b on
limclo publii, Myrf tho Sin Frauchtco
This in .becaii'o of tlio dovtoi a re
tiring ami cotwrvativo liposiliou.
llo lias butMi stopping at tlio L'ck
House, but leave today for Japan
via Honolulu on tliu tdeninor Mari
posa. Tlio doctor noes' to Japan for
thu purpose of n'orKaiiiv.inK th
educational cyvUin of thai eoitut ry
ami to writ u ppccial article. fi-rihu
Kan turn magazine.
llo will study tlio Hawaiian ques
tion and publish his views iu tbo
Springfield Itepublhnii, wbieli paper
ha arranged lo secure front him a
number ol loiters.
Simtiltauuoitnly with tbo arrival
l v.iL... !.. il.!u ..!.. ..in
of Dr. Northrop in tint nty ivuno
the March nuinbiT of Thororiim,
wbieli contained an arlicln from bis
pmi on "I'ho Workuf VillnK Im
Su.'h an impriM-ioii did tbo learn
ml writer unk upon tbo atvau'a of
Franeo and tbo litorati of Kn'and
tbat tbo Bovtrnnioiits of tbo two
countries otliciaily reaoirnixed liitn
through tbo moiljiim 01 their Am
Dr. North rop wu3 seon at tbo ho
tel this morning and gavo an Inter
esting account of bis life. Ho holds
tbat striken and riots aro tlio out
come of tbo efforts of tbo homeloM.
Tooplo who own their home?, bo
sayc, aro to bo classetl atnoii tlm ,
consorvatives of a nation, and aro
tbba-!kbono of tbo country. 1
"Tbo perils of Frauco arise iu tlio
noinoioss, repeaiou mu nueicr, mr 1
great boding of tneu who liavo no
homes aro always a inouaco to do
mestie peace. '
"I am au advocate of a system I
which would make every man bo he
poor or wealthy aim to possess bis
owu homo and to lake an active part
in the improvement of bis village or
"Few strikes aio reported at St.
Johunbury, Vt., wboro aro located a
great scale works, because "tbo own
ers of tbo works have tried to im
press it upon tbo employes the
liecefRity of purchasing a little rut
tago for themselves. I cati inouliou
suvural o' her incidents whore pro
prietors have accomplished greit
good for tbo working people by
adopting similar mothuW.
" Irelaml'H troubles aro duo to viu
tioup, and England has suirored
from uprisings among her komolesi
"I (-hall )iit my idias into form
for publication on my return from
Japan. The Forum has asked mo to
write au article on strikes and riots,
which may bo my next liteiary ven
ture." Dr. Northrop is a graduate of the
Yale Theological Seminary and for ,
eleven ear- wat tbo aent of the '
Massaufuifetts Board of Education. '
llo is nu old but vigorous man. Ho 1
was born iu Kent, Conn , in 1817. j
For years ho has been interested 1
iu thu organization of village im- j
provomont societies and has lectured
on the subject all oyer tbo world. !
Ho was the originator of the Arbor
day for schools and is tlio author ot 1
two woll-kuowu works, viz., "Lessons
From European Schools" and "Tree
planting and Forestry in Europe."
Ho was 0110 of the first men to
propose a school system for Japan, 1
and in 1883 ho received at thu Lou-!
don Legation tho following letter ,
from Count Ariuori Mori, who was
then Japan's representative iu Eag- '
. laud: I
''1 nm suro that Jipan will long
romembor your many noblo acts of 1
assistauco iu tho causs of her mo-1
deru progress. Tho final passage 1
of tho Simouaseki Indemnity bill, I
which has been effected mainly '
through your powerful ami untiring
effort, is one of tho most geuorous
conducts u nation over displayed to
wards auothur. By this great ex
ample all my countrymen, inclusive
evou of tlioso iu tbo remotest cor
ners of Japau, will bo enabled to
appreciate tho widoly aud strongly
established eoutiments of tho people
of the United States for justice and
equality. Very sincerely yours,
Tho doctor boars lottors from Sec
retary Qrosham and othor prominent
Uuitod States officials.
Loads to uervousuoss, frotfulnoss.
poovishuoss, chronic Dyspepsia ami
groat misery. Hood's barsaparilla
is tho remedy. It touos tho stomach,
creates au appotito, and gives a
relish to food. It makes pure blood
aud gives healthy aoliou to all tho
orgaus of tho body. Tako Hood's
for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills bocomo tho favorite
cathartic with ovory one who tries
S&k ; jam,arj 7 i8yr'' ,,,,, riK,,t f iho
" -" ,. ,.-,.. . ..... .. ...... t
HlUo May Itcntlcy
Born a Genius
"TJlooaso Throntono to Cut
Short a Noblo Caroor
Llllls Mar llcnttoy Is an nccompllshei eloen
ttonlst and n.itural born si'taker of only 12 years
ot age. She l tin only clilltt temperunce lect
urer lirfnrn 11m linlillf.. It.r intitn lm..p
did uot exempt hfr from aa stuck cf a dlioait
t9 ! l.f.....t trA.. ..i. i ..it .i .
vt um uiwu. .! wtii nuiiia licafc IC1I U10 BUirjl
a I. II001I& Co., Lowell, Mass.)
" 1 heartily Join v, 1th tlio many thousand! that
ars recommemllng Hood's Sarsapnrllla. I bad
tieen troubled from Infancy with Catherines In
tlio head. 1 was compelled to leavo school upon
the doctor'n ndco. llo thought it was the only
tiling to save tny life, but I
Contlnuod to Grow Vors.
I yas persuaded finally hy a friend to try nood's
Barsoparllla, Tlio mo of one bottle acted ef-
fectlvoly upon the blood and I began to ImproTe.
After tlie us ot three bottles the gathering
ceased and I am cured of my former trouble. I
owe my life and w III always remain a true friend
to Hood's Sarsapnrllla." Lillie May hunt-
lkv, Shelbyrlllc, Indiana.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly tad
eniciently, on the liver and bowels. Me.
ttv... t-, r T M
Hobron Drug CO., Lid.,
Sole Ager,tg for the Kepnhlln of Hawaii
you Ins'iro It Is well to do fo In c 'in
pi'iiles whose ruputntlons have built
11pm strong foundations.
(3uinpaul rcpro't'iitdl hy John M.
l)owBi:TT(suoce!','Or to th lHto 0. O.
llorfurl have Motvl !! the tests nc
ct'S'nry to lonvlnce any me Hint
lliHircApltnl (huiiiijU and the pMi'
ulliles iiixiii wlitoli thay nroOTOrt.'il,
nro paid promptly and without on
neci'sary do:ns. Tho nssets of a
company Is tho host proof nl Us so
I'dlty and ibliliy to pav losot. The
I'll Riven wl 1 satisfy even ' The One
The New York Life,
London & Lancashire Fire Insur
U. S. Itranch.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Palatine Fire Insurance Co.,
V. B. Iirnnch.
Thames & Mersey Marine Insur
53 Policies for oilhor Life,
Five or Marino Insurance, issued
in any of tlio abovo named Com
panies at tlio lowos-t rates and on
any of tho Humorous plans ad
vertised. Your patronago is so
licited. j JCHN M, DOWSETT,
I 1290-1 m Merchant Strett, Honolulu.
A. B, G. BOHEMIAN BEER
American Brtilog Company, St. Louis,
UsV Fursalo hy
II. "W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
rpilK WKbL KNOWN
X Knmlly Drivine
Horse, formerly owned
hy John 1''. Howler, is
now tor sale. Inspec
tion and tonus inn; he hnd on Hpplicat'on
lo "A. II.," cure Capt. Wiirsnn. Jlounted
1'ntrol, l'ollce Station. 12S7 lw
Daily BttUelin 50 cent vtr month.
nondt'd and Martial Law was de
clared to exist throughout the Island
It is now further ordered that tbo
right of tho "Writ of Habeas Corpus
is hereby restored, and that Martial
Law is hereby terminated iu the said
Island of Oahu on aud after the 18lh
1 day of March, 1893,
! SANFOUD B. DOLE.
President of tbo Republic of Ha
I waii and Commander-in-Chief.
By tho President:
FRANCIS M. HATCH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
General Headquarters, Republic)
of Hawaii, f
Adjutant-General's Office, )
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. 1.,
March 18, 18D5.
GENERAL ORDER No 23.
The Comii'iiniicr-lii-Ohluf, on behalf of
the Government, desire to express hln ap
preciation of the moritorious services ol
the o Ulcers and rnen ot the National
Guard of Hawaii, the regular pollco, the
special police, tho Citizens' Guard, and
others rendered in the Held and on guard
iu Honolulu incident to the work of sup
pressing tho late formidable Insurrection
against tho authority and existence of the
Republic ot Hawaii.
Tho courage mid cheerful readiness to
Incur nny danger, exposure and hardship
shown hy every branch of tho National
forces has been heyond pralte.
Kvo'y class and condition of society has
Icon honor.tbli represented atiionn tlio de
fenders of tho Itepub lo. Nndvo Hawni
taut and Hawaiian of foreign descent,
Americans, IhiglUbmcu, Germans and
l'ortut;u(so nud others havo fought sldo
hy side in tlm field and stood guard to
gether under elrcuiiistancps which have
domauded heroism, nud fortitude aud the
quality of h lf-mcrillce. l.n boring-men,
mechanics, e'erks, business and piofes
slonul men h;wo been comrndes on equal
No act of criflty to tho enemy or coward
ice hits been recorded.
'1 he Government Is to bo congratulated
upon tno harmony I1H1 lias prevailed
umong till branches of its forces, which
hat been a paramount ulemunt ot Its mili
Thu work of the Military Commission
has b on important ami utduous, and has
been conducted in 11 spirit of devotion to
duty of fairntss and firmness, which has
won general respect and confidence.
The opening cf hostilities fouud the
commissariat unpMpnrcd for the largo de
mands upon It mused by tho sadden call
ing out of a largo nraicd force. Iu this
emergency a numhor ot patriotic women
enmo to tho assistance of tho Government
and hy gonerous contributions of food to
ths men In tlio fltld aud on guard in Hono
lu n ndded greatly to tho comfort aud
eflicltuey of tin national forcos. For this
important s rviru tlio Commander-in-Chief
desires to cxpi ess the thanks bf tho Gov
ernment. While Oisualiies nmong the defenders
of thu Government have fortunately been
fow, tho com try lias b'cn culled upon to
mourn the untimely ibath of the Hon.
Charles L. Carter, who, bravely exposing
himself at the beginning of hostilities, was
fatally wounded, whereby a life full of
promiso in publto affairs was lost to the
country. S'ccial recognition Is also due
to Lieut. Holl Thornton and I). W. Lokana
of tho police forco, and Herman F. I.ude
wig, Lieutenant of Co. F, N. G, 11., who
were severely wounded whllo heroically
contending with the armed enemies of the
Government and will carry honorable
scars to tho end of tholr lives.
Hy order of tho Commander-in-Chief,
JNO. H. BOI'KK,
Artjutant-Gocurnl, N. Q, H.
The Public Schools will close on I'ltl
DAY, April 12th, for tho Master Vacation,
aud reopen on MONDAY, April 2.M.
lly order ot tlte Hoard of Education.
J. V. SCOTT,
Honolulu, Mnriih 18, 1895
i Holders of wator privilege?, or thos
I pitying waUr rates, nro hereby notified
that tho hour for Irruntlon ) urposes nro
from 7 to 8 o'i look A. m. and 6 to fl oelock '
r. m. ANDRKWHtUAVN,
Btiicriuten but ol Water Worts.
J. A. Kino,
Minister o( tlio Interior.
Honolulu. March 12, 1 IU. 'J-"-tf
Pom great requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be fouud in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently tho best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Street
Several Cottons at Moderate Rent-Is.
FOR SaLE ON FAST TERM!
House Lois, IU miles from l'nst Oillce, on
and near King Street, a f-w steps
boyond the Kanjeh.meha
VjB This oirera a good chanco to secure
Homesteads at moJorato prices. With an
uxxation assured In thu near futtiro, n
H'-use It ro near tho business center
forms one of the most desirable Invest
meiits for a imall sum of monoy.
k- Corporations or anyono desiring
to Invost In Largo Tracta of Suburban
Ijind can ho accommodated at reasonable
figures wiih Trac'a of from n, 10 to CO
Cfla- Laud on the other Idnnds, iu
Tracts suitalilo for a Hairy, Hog ltni'Ch or
Colleo aud Sisal riautatiou for sale or
loaso. Hniiulre ot
1282-Sm E. M. NAKUINA.
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest Possible Prices, and
Workmanship of the Dest.
I usa First-class Matottel of my own im
porting. Manufacturer ot all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea.
P. O. Box 400.
California Fruit Market
Comer King aud Alakea 61s,
lly Every RUntner from Sau
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Salmon, Poultry, Etc., Etc.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE MANUFAOTCREB
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Communications
addressed to K. O. Hall & eon, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will receive prompt attention.
.A. Ko.rn.lly Hotel.
P-rDay $ 2
Per Week 12
SPECIAL MONTHLY RATES.
The Best of Attendance, the Best Situation
and the Finest Meals in the City.
T. KRnrjpr,, .... proprietor.
Mr. Geo. W. Itnrtncr, Kccle(owii, Vn.,
writes"' follow I
"Mmrltjrartir Ioiuiiik college, I was trnublcil
with u.Vlii ll"m' which nlionrd ltclf, lint, nt .
the anklet. fhj-MiHiM vrinioum-wl It pctema,
mid trciieil iiih fur tliHt rotiiplxlut. The nap.
linn crept rltiwljr up lur lliiil.anil mi the liodr,
until It piipIiiwiI thu wlmlu fr.imc. ItRn inn
li'llnltn triiiililc Willi rnnotntit llrlilni!, rxtliiR nil
of lrr ralc,aii'l WHtetj lliiill wlilcU would
cxmle from under the scalp. I treated It for
over llireo jrars uniurrci(ullr, ami was unaMo
to check It, until I Ix'iriiii u.lnit Ajrer'n KarAp
rllla. I uicil llirce Itnttlct ot Oils mrillcliie and
was mmjitotclr curnl mr skill becoming as
smooth ami clear nu hrforc."
Has cured Othors, Will Curo You
lUtlo tr Ilr.J . C. A;er .1 Co., Lokc1I,Mam.,U.8.A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for the Republic ot Hnwaii.
W. W. AHANA,
333 STiVlll.li Btzt.
StLftllsu. Scoicd dDO- AmencaD Goods.
Style am) Kit Guaranteed
Olemiiny A Rejuiiniig
Mutual Tele. 66b. P. 0. B01 144.
HOP MING & CO.,
m HOTKL 8THBBT
Wholesale Dt-nler In
Ltpors id ManilR Cigars
General Chinese Merchandise
Nat Oils, Bice, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Etc.
English and American QrocertM
By Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
The Best Lnuch in Town.
Tea. a.ncJ Oorreo
at all nouu
THE FINEST BRANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS OH BAND
H. J. JSTOL.TB3, FrojD.
Regan Vapor & Paciflc Gas
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be surpassed for motive
BEND FOH CATALOGUE
1033-tf Sole Agent, Ntuianu street.
TUTQPAPFR is kept on file at E. 0.
IOIO JTArjjn DAKE'B Advortlaini!
Agoni'y, (11 and 03 Merchant's Exohango,
San Francisco, California, where contrncts
for advertising can be inado for it.
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