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THE. DAILY BULLETIN, MARCH 22. 1895.-
t LOCAL AHD OKNKRAI, NKWB
A notico from Honry Smith, torn
missionor to sell land, appearn in
this issue. ,
J. J. Egau will hold n special salo j
- , to-morrow, when ho will offer mus
Alliort McOurn, court ofllcor, is
k acting as bailiff during the illness of
' Captain Fehlbelir.
Marshal Hitchcoclc left on the
steamer Kiuau this nftornoon for his
Thoro will bo a cricket match bo
twean Honolulu and Nytnplio teams
at 2:30 to-morrow afternoon.
Jim Kukona was acquitted to-day
in the District Court of larcony of
money, tho property of a Portuguese
William Iloss will go as purser on
tho steamer Miknhala. William
' White has succeeded him as clork in
tho Inter - Island Co.'s city -front
Mato Edler, of tho steamer Mika
hala, who w.is injured while that
vessel was at Kauai some timo ago.
is now able to walk with tho aid of '
Thoro have benn big crowds hang-'
ing arouud tho Oahu jail during tho .
.--.. post fow days. They aro relatives of '
some of tho rebel prisoners who wore J
expected to bo sent to Hawaii to
work on the roads. I
A herd of moro than fifty snoop j
from Koolau was driven to tho i
slaughter houso yesterday ovoniug '
by way of Liliha street, consequently '
thoro will bo plonty of mutton with- j
in tho neit few days.
, Tho wheel of a buggy, in which
was a young lady, came near being
dished at Queen and Nuuanu st roots
this foronoon. Tho lady was driving
pretty fast at the time, which saved
tho vehicle from turning ovor.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having suporior hacks al
ways ready at the call of "290," fur
nishes fine livery outfits at tho short
est notico good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
G. IX. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt atteution. All work
f;uarautw'd to In- tho nm done
Services wore hold over tho body
of Mrs. Charles Maguire this morn
ing at tho residence of Saniuol
Parker, Rev. Alex. Mackintosh offici
ating. Tho body was taken to Mana,
Hawaii, on the stenmer Kiuau this
afternoon for interment.
Eastor opening of millinery takes
place to-morrow at the storo of N.
S. Sachs. Imported pattern hats
and bonuots will bo on exhibition.
Ladies should not miss this oppor
tunity of securing the latest styles
and now combination of colors.
If you waut your watch repaired.
If you want, jewelry made up neatly.
If you waut sonvuuir spoons, or any-
thing in the jewelry lino. H. O. '
Biart, at C. Gertz's utoro, Fortstreot,
is your man. Ho was for ten years
tho practical watchmaker for Wen-1
nor & Co. j
Tho Mannorchor Harmony will
give a social auddanco in tho ballot
iuo ocoiwau xuisiiu jiuu uu muu
day evening at 8 o'clock. Tickets for
admission will bo ?l and can be had
from any of the mombers. Tho
Mannorchor intends giving a social
once a month.
If you want to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect the stock of Brown & Kuboy,
at No. 4. Miisouio Temple; thoro you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at tho lowest prices; clocks
and watchos sold on weekly and
monthly paymouts. Brown & Kuboy
make a specialty of rubbor stamps.
Chlckon Thlof Oornorod.
A Cbiuamau was arrested to-day
for tho larceny of three chickens, at
Makiki, sonio time during the pant
ivnnlr Tlin mnn snlil Mm fntvl fr
Akaua. a poultry doaler. Thoy wore
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found iu Akana's heucoop, aud ho
wadTBrrestod. Lator ho was released
and tho second man was arrosted. ,
In tho fall of 1803 a sou of Mr. T. '
A. MoFarland, a prominent mer
chant of Livo Oak, Sutter Co., Cal., '
was taken with a vory heavy cold.
Tho pains in his chest wore so eovoro
that no had spasms aud was throat-1
onod with pneumonia. His fathor
gave him cevoral largo doses of
hamberlain's Couch Romody whjoh
broko up tho cough aud cured him.
Mr. McPatland says whonovor his I
childrou have croup ho invariably
civos them Chamborlain'a Coukii
Ttemody and it always euros thorn.
Ho considers it tho best cough
remedy in tho market. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islauds.
The DailM Bulletin, 60 centi per
month, delivered by cam'eri.
It Bears the Stamp of the Kalakaua j
Counterfeit mouby has again '
made its appearanco in Honolulu.
Yesterday afternoon a native womau ,
wont to a Chineso storo at the corner i
of Maunakea and Pauahi streets to
purchase ten cents' worth of lea. ;
The woman presented a dollar and
was given change. Included in tho
change was a bogus tweuty-fivo cent
fiiece. Sho did not nntise any pecu
iarity about tho money and slipped
it into hor pocket. Arriving home
she gave a quarter to a man named
Naiwi to buy a bottle of saki. The
man went to the Cosmpolitau saloon
aud presented the money, receiving
the liquor in return. Barkoepor
Leslie began rubbing his fiugors
across tho coin aud noticed that it
was very smoo' h. Ho pressed it aud
found it bent easily. Naiwi was
caught outside the door and brought
to tho Deputy Marshal's office,
where tho money was examined aud
found to be counterfeit.
The coin had a truo Imprint of
tho Kalakaua quarter. Tlio only
differeuco between it and a good
fiioco was that tho bogus coin was a
ittle smooth. Tho Chinese storo
kcepor was sout for aud he admitted
that he might have given tho coun
terfeit coin in (hechauge,butwasuot
sure, ll might liavo ueou passed on
him in a similar transaction.
Tho polico suspect that tho coin is
the work of a gang of Japanoso and
a good many such coins will soon be
FdK GALLANT CONDUCT.
Spocial Koarus Refuses to Accept a
Spocial Tom Mearns was ono of
tho guards who wont on tho steamer
Kiuau tliis aiteruoou in chargo of
tho rebel prisoners, i'lior to the
steamer's Bailing Tom was visited by
a number of friends among whom
wore two membors of tho press.
He was met near tho companionway
and L. D. Ti unions addressed him
on behalf' of mombers of Co. D,
National Guards of Hawaii. A
prpsont iu the shapo of a star medal
with three dixmonds was mado to
the special for gallant conduct dur
ing the late troublo. but Tom ro
fusod lo accpt the honor and tho
modal was handed to Purser Beck
ley to bo handed lo Mearns when ho
gets to Hilo.
Tho modal is of bras, in the
shape of a Mar, has three glass
sparkles aud is appropriately in
scribed. o t
An Artist Uomlng.
t Goorge West'nll, an artist, will ar
rivo by tho S. S. Arawa, duo hero on
April 11 from Sun FrauciM-o. Mr.
Wostfall hails from Houston, Texas,
aud.is an artist of pronounced abil
ity. Samples of his pastel work are
on exhibition in Honolulu, and they
have boen prououncod works of art.
The artist will bo accompanied by
Iu tho Circuit Court, First Circuit,
Hawaiian Ialuuda In Equity.
Commissioner's Nollci if Sale.
rpHE UNDEII810NED, COMMISSION
A cr, htreliy kIyim notice ilut by virtue
of an order mnan li the lln. V. Austin
WliItitiL', First JuiUf of the Circuit Court.
Flrbt Circuit, Haw than IstanK lit) will
ox pose for sale rt ) be front door of Alllo
Unl Hale, lu tho cl' vol Honolulu, Oahu,
.. l.MHlA- A. ...11 k luff. ... 1,1 .....I....I. .
m., all tbo rk'ht, tlt'n and intoreit of Hose f
Akoner, KaiuikauanuinnnioKU Akonp;, in
tho Hul Land of Kaimllhmhlne, Manoa,
Oahu, granted to W. II. itlci in trust, for
Knnnicuiki and 32 other liy Kojul 1'at
ent Urant No. 101, uld Interest beliiK
equal to oup-lm f of ono undivided share,
.subject to the righ'. of ilwcr of Annie
Holokahibl Also nil tho r glit, title ni.d
lntore&tof Bam-'ol Maholou.i, Kthol Matie
low and Allan .Muh dona l tho said land
of Kanallluahtno, said Interest being equal
to one unuiviuea mnro, mioji'ci to mo
' 'iKht of dower oj Kmi
' in the said land ot Kanal
l'.mma is. Mniulona
e and Interest of
lieoiilillus Mo ton If and Tuomas M tcalf
in the said laud of Kanallhuihlno, t.ifd In-
' terest helnc eoiml to two-U.mU of oimi un
lll.l..l ..I"'.. ....I.I..... ... .1... 1l.. A... .. ..f
uiviueu suuru, auujcuv iu iiiu mu uat.uu tit
l'runlc iletcnlf , the suhi to hn snhjeet to the
conllrmutiou of the Court. TKUMS OASH,
United tjtutoa koM coin on presentation of
deeds. CosU of sale and itiods at expense
)ated Honolulu, Muroh ?0, 1805.
Wo KXl'OKT Oencral Family and Planta
tion Supiilies in any quantity. Send for
our Yearly, Monthly and Dally Prko Mat.
414-418 Front fitroot,
San Francisco, California,
r. . i i
ONE DAY ONLY
REMEMBER THE DATE
SATURDAY, March 23d
514 Fort Street
ELECTION OF 0FFI0EK8.
Htockholdera of the I.ntkii-Isi.anu
Btkam Navkiation Company, Id, held
this day, tho follovln Olllcura and Direc
tors were elected for the eiiiiilni; yenr:
W.U. Godfrey PresMont,
J. Kna Vice-1'rchldent,
W. H. MoI,'nn (Secretary,
J. I.. MuLeau Treasurer,
T. W. Hohrou Auditor.
W. . Oolfrey, J. Kim, (1. N. Wilcox, W. O.
Smith, F. A. Kohutf.ir, . B.
Wilcox, D. Suhr.
W. IT. M.l.r.AN.
Fecretarv 1. 1. H. N. Co., I.'d.
Honolulu, 11. 1., March it), 1905.
K3r DI R HCT IMPORTATION 1X
PATTERN HATS AND BONNETS
WILL BE OX EXHIBITION
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
anarch. 233., 25tta. and. SStta..
N. S. 3 .A. O IE S'
520 Fort St, - - Hoxiolialta.
Ladies are Cordially Invited to Attend.
Which you will experience very often during
this season the most delightful remedy in the
world in to
Hires' Root Beer
This delicious temperance drink not only
quenches thirst, but promotes and preserves
The roots, herbs, barks and ben-its, from
which Hires' Boot Beer is carefully mado, have
been the main dependence of physicians in al
Everybody everywhere is better for every
swallow of Hires' Root Beer, and cwylody
In the Family.
Ask your btorekeeper for it. Made only
by the Ciiahlis E. Hires Co., Philadelphia,
U. S. A.
"I eco your Root Huor took the prize nt tlio World's Fair.
Wo nro Blail of it. It certainly deserves it, as It is tlio host
tlrink wo liavo over used. Maiiuaiikt B. Houston, fi Lindon St.,
Itochcstor, N. V., U. H. A."
"I liavo iiBCil ii rciit many liottles of your Root Hour tlio
labt live yoarH, and liavo givun a siunplo of it to a great many
people A. W. Si-HiNKLB, E. 7lh S1.7 Charlotte, N. 0., V. S. A."
Ilomiox Drug Company "Wholesale Druggists
Benson, Smith & Company ' u
HoLLiBTEH Druo Company, Ltd. .. . " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
FOItT STREET, HONOLULU.
E3? Are now making Frames for War Photographs
at $1.25 and upwards. These aro beauties.
FUESH OOODS IN
Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools,
Mixed 1'nluts, Oils and Varnishes, llrtishos, Carrlago Whips,
FOlt PUKSKKVINQ WOOD.
Giant and Blasting Powder, Fuso and Caps.
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