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VOL. IX. NO. 1305.
HONOLULU, H. 1., THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1895.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
MINTED AND PUBLISHED
EXCEPT SUNDAY BY TUB
Dellj Bulletin PnbllsMBg Co., L'd ,
AT THE OP'ICE,
ill A 338 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
BUB80K1PTI0N-Bix Dollars a Year,
Delivered In Honolulu at Fifty Cents a
Mohtu, In advance.
Ti WHEKLY "BOLLBTIH
IB POBLIBHK1I -
it Foub Dollar a Yeah to li.mih-itlc
and Five Dollars to Porelcu Hulwr-ihm
payable In advance.
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
DON! 1H fcUriBlOI KTTl
TELEPHONE "J53. P. 0. BOX Ka.
fn Daily Bulletin Is printed and null-
llshed by the DuUy Bulletin Publishing
Company, Limited, at It office, Mer-
cb.tnt street, Honolulu, Huwallati Jul- '
anas, uawei LXRan, euitor, reeiues or
Alakea street. Honolulu, aforesaid.
Auuicig jcusri lur ino paper r.uiiv
Bcllktin," and bnslneas letters " Manager .
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ddreia letters lor the paper "hill
LKTiN." and bnslneas letters " Mnna
Daily Jin ictin funiunitic uomoanv
Using a personal address may i-ause delay
Importebs and Dcalkrh in Lumbkii AND
ALL KINDS or BtJILlUMI MaTEEIAUI.
Kort Htreet, Honolulu.
H. HAOKFEiD A OO
Ol.NEIHI. CoMMIh.flON AOKNTb.
Corner Port and VJuwn Butu, Huu.i.iiiu.
JNO. B. BBCITHIKS
Auctioneer and General UcBiNEhg Aoknt.
Mahukuua, Kohala, Hawnu.
MANcrACTCRiKO Jeweler and Watch
maker. Knknl Jewelry specialty. L'artiuuiai
attention paid to all kludi of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON W0KKB,
Btiah Enoineb, Edciar Mills, Boilirh,
Coolers. Iron, Briss and Lead
Machinery of Kvery Utecnptiou .Mwle u
Order. Partlcnlar attention paid lu Shipi
BlackamlthlnR. Job Work Hroonte.l ui
Atlas Assurance Go.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
AnntRfnr Hnwollsn Inlaml'
City Carriage Co.,
Comer King and Bethel Ht.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Fine Carriages & Civil Drlvors
Tu t hsd at all honri.
.J. S. ANDKADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Oor. allnn Fort RU flnnalnlo.
UOI.1.1STWT Air Of)..
I have just received a com
plete line, in the Latest
The qualities and patterns
. . ,
ai'C VCIT CUOICO and WCl'O lin-
,,nrfnd bdppii v tor mv lino
poilLU specially 101 my mil.
. i i 11 i
trade. AlSO haVti a full llliC 01
At Reasonable Prices.
JST" While you are wait
ing for the car .come in and
514 Fort Street
P. C. JONES. E. A. JOKES.
011rs for tale to Investors of uma'l
Hawaiian Government Bonris $300 each,
Hawaiian Government Bonds f ICO each.
Walluku Sugar Company, 1st mortgnetf,
Bonds (0 pt r cent ).$ 1,000 each.
Ewa Sugar Company. 1st mortgag,
Bonds (7 per cent.) ?1,MK) fail).
Valnablo Heal Estate for ta'o In lots to
Oolfco and P.ult Lnd on the Volcano
foad, iBland of Hawaii, for sale on easy
For particulars apply to
The Hawaiian Sato Deposit and IuveU
NO. 403 FOHT BTUEET.
Fort, near Hotel Bts.
Ciias. J, MuOaktiiv, Mauager.
Popular BrandB of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try th Great Appetlier The Bownik
Cocktail a Beclalty with this retort.
DEPOT OK THE
Famous Wloland Lager Beer
ri. I. SHAW, Proprietor
Cor. King and Nuiianii Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
II1CI.L TELEPHONE Wl.
Look At This
Fine Soft Kid Button
Boot, new diamond tip
and Spanish arch, only
Out of Sight !
Elegant French Kid Ox
ford, Pump solo, patent
back stay, for
rf)r ImiilPniiltP SillP
M. Ul IWlllCUlCtlG OaiC
A Good Bargain
A Small Private Residence & Lot
Located dote In. Splendid view of
the Harbor and City.
As the ownr is coins to the Colo
nies this property can be bought very rea
toiiably M- Tho Uoase Is Furnished. Address
For Sale or Lease
rpHE VALUABLE PJlOPEItTY ON
X Qicuu street known as ' John Bola
IioIh'h." Tin re urn Fivo Cottnitos on the
prop.-ity anl room fur two or th cm more.
A go d Invest im nt fur a person who can
glvo person 1 attention to nucurmg truants
and collecting rents. For furtlixr lmrll
cuNrsxjiply to J. (. OAUTEH,
Honolulu, April .1. 1 0'. 1301-lw
HOUSE & LOT
Corner of Beretaula and Pon'acola
btreets, nppoalte tho Ice Works.
ftp" Incmlroiit BuLLETiN'uillee.
NOTICE 'S HKKKIIY GIVES THAT
Mrs. Imuuii Durtiiliimnu, of 1'liua
Kauai, will not pay any bills contracted
without bur wrlltoii'onler.
.11)11 V BOSS,
Attorney In Foot for Mm. Ilertl"'ann.
Honolulu, April 1, Ih'U. IfW U-ll H
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!&: ..,. .J3W
i $2.BO. 1:
Shoe Store. ;
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The Braunfels Arrives With
Than Seven Hundred.
Tlio Grmau steamship Braunfels
arrived this morning from tho Azores
Islands with 735 Portuguese immi
urant, men, wnmen, and children.
The Braunfels left Port Delgardo on
February G nud stopped at Oporto
for four days. The steamer canto
through tho Straits of Magellan.
Fine weather was experienced all
aiio xoriuKueso aro an contract
laborors and will bo dispatched to
thoir ropoctivo destinations on tho '
piatuaiioos m a low uays. Tlioy
wore lauded iu quarantine this after
J. F. Hackfeld, Gorman Consul,
A. do Sjuza Canavarro, Forttiguuso
Chargo d'Airaire, Ed. Suhr, repro
sontiug tho firm of II. Uackfold Si
Co., to whom the steamer is consign
ed, and Wray Taylor, secretary of
tho Hoard of Immigration, boirdod
tho vessel Hi's morning. The immi
grants wore found to bo a healthy
lot of people. There had been nix
or soveu births during tho passage
ami live or six deaths, all of childron.
I ho bo.dies ivoro buried at sea. Most
of tho immigrants aro from St.
Miguel. U is reported that the ex
pense of getting thno immigrauts
has liooii something formidable, be
ing ni'iro thnu two hundred dollars a
The BrautifoN is n fine big steam
er. After n few day' stay iu port
sho will leave for Mauila to load
Dinner by tho Consul
at the Pacific
Thero were fiftj Germans at tho
dinner given at tho Pacific Club by
Consul J. F. Hackfe'd iu honor of
Prince Bismarck's birthday. Mr.
I nacKioid was supported on ino rigui
' by Judge Widemanu and ou tho left
' by Mr. Suhaofer. Eulhusisstiu patri
I otism pervaded tho feast. Mr. Hack
i fold proposed tho health of tho
I Emperor, which wasuordla ly drunk
with nil tho honors. Judge Wide
maun proposed the health of Priuco
i Bismarck, and an elonuout rcspousu
, was made by Paul Neumann. Tho
Government baud played for tho
, dinner aud tho bandmaster, Prof. H.
BerBiv, who was ouo of tho guests,
I wore tho medals ho had earned iu
three wars of tho Fatherland.
The same anniversary was celebrat
j .., i.it ii
, umsieroi coremouios, anu w. r utter
Special Cordes Pulls In Thlrtoen
Thirteen Japanese womon woro
pulled iu by Specials G us Cordes aud
Xavier last night for disorderly con-
uuci. itieso women have neeu real
nuisances about tho streets after
bouts, and tho authorities have de
cided to put a stop to thoir notious.
Tho women stand on sidewalks ou
Mauuakoa and Nuuauu streets aud
The womou woro brought up iu
tho District Court this morning and
twelve were found guilty as charged.
They woro sontenced to pay a fine
of $10 each and costs. Detective
Toma, who acted as interpreter,
through Instruction by tho Court,
gave tiio women n sound lecturing.
Chinaman Declared Bankrupt Can
non vs. Poor.
Ah Ivio, doinir businoss nt Lalia
inn. as Kwoug Hup Lung & Co., has
hMii ailjudgod a bankrupt by Judgo
JI. Caiiuon vs. H. F. Poor is being
heard by Judgo Coopor to day.
Judge Cooper has approved tho
accounts of Charles T. Gulick,
guardian of A. A. Doiron. Mr.
Guliek has paid into Court tho sum
of SI 020, balauco of cash roiu.tiuiug
iu his hand.
Tho S. S. Australia will ho duo
from Sau Francisco on Monday
eiiwiiuauaiii-o aim social dv- wo tion Co., will loavo by tliS.S. Ala
Mannwchor Harmony. It wMlartfe-moilathlaafiurnoon for Siu Fran-
y atteudej and tho diversion was U-isco on business. Captain God
kept up til three oclook in tho froj'H Hiicsclal mission to the Coast
morning, h. n. F. Wo Hers was I itt lo purchase a largo steamer to bo
THREE PRACTICE BOATS..
Fach of the
Amongst other freight from tho
Colonies thorowasan invoice of three
Hholls built by Messrs. W. T. Green
laud Si Sun, b ).tt buildi-r. of MhI
bourne, Australia, to thu ordor of tho
throo boatitig associations htr. Do
ing built of SpaniMi cudar lUuy aru
rathor a novelty lioro. ai Ihor nra the
first boats of that wood imported.
TllfV ara built for tir.inlipit nnriuiMi
oiuy ana tiiogonor.il appoarauco of
their build shows their capacity to
stand plenty of work. They hid
well braced and sh v evidences of a
very careful finish. TulciiiL' tho low
cost of the boats iu eomparisou to
tho boa's heretofore imported tho
boys cannot l.e other than satisfied
with the trio. The order read that
tho Inats should ho facsimiles nud it
was carried out to I ho letter, for it
would be very dillicult, without some
distinguishing mark, to tell one b at
from the othor.
Tho dubs took the boa's to their
respective boat hou'es thi forenoon
to put tlioin iu order for u trial spin.
CHINESE MEMORIAL DAY.
Imp in ng Ceremonies Ovor tho Oravos
of Ancestors and Hilnttvcs.
Today is observed by tho Cliiueao
as." thu tombs festival, enrroxpoud
iug somewhat to the memorial day
of the United Slates, only food nud
drink instead of 11 r.d otreriogs aru
paid to tho iiivmorv of the dead.
Largo numbers of Oluuejo have gouu
to tho Paucm and Mauoa cemeteries
with roast pig and othor viand", in
cluding various bevuragos. Tho
Chinese name of iliu festival is
"Ching Miug." After depositing
tho articles on the graves, the people
hold a feast thereof on thu ground.
Ono society celebrating thu day is
called '' Liiu Veo Wiii," tho members
of which nay worship to their an
cestors. Ng Chan is presideut of
tho society for tho current year.
This evening at 7 o'clock tho Chinese
Protective Union will hold a meet
ing for the election of otllcors and
committees for the ensuing year.
Tho Lost Polo Will Be Rop'acid
tho I. I. S. N. Co.
Captain V. 13. Godfrey, presideut
,.r ti.u r,.i..r iin...i u...... V-..:...
vft bit' Aiiini-.aiiiiiii kjii'rim A.avin-
ug0,i ju tue company's service.
pany's service. I lie
recent loss of the stotmur Polo lias
compelled the company to run its
steamers iu double Borvico. It is tho
intention of Captain Godfrey to
lurchaso n steamer on arrival aud
lave hor dispatched without delay
to Honolulu. Tho matter of tho
construction of a new steamer is also
' Godfrey wll
deration and Captain
ill likely place tho order
before ho returns. Tho addition to
tho fleet is expected at tho end of
In tho ears, sometimes a roaring,
buzzing sound, aro caused by cat
arrh, that exceedingly dlsagreeablo
and very common disease. Loss of
smell or hearing also result from
catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla, tho
great blood purifier, is a peculiarly
successful remedy for this disease,
which it cures by purifying tho
Hood's Pills aro
dinuor pills, assist
tho best aftor
"Wo tako pleasure in recommend
iiig Chamberlain's Cough Komody
because it is praised by all who try
it," says J. W. Cox Si Son, druirgists.
Marshfiold, Oregon. No ono alllictod
with a throat or lung trouble can
use this remedy without praising it.
It always gives prompt relief, It is
especially valuable for colds I as it
relieves tho lungs, tnakos breathing
oaier and aids expectoration. A
cold will never result iu pneumonia
when this renioily is takou and rea
sonable care exorcised. For sale )
all dealers. Bonsou, Smith Si Co.,
agoutH for tho Hawaiian Islands.