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VOL. IX. NO. 130G.
HONOLULU, H. 1., FRIDAY, APRIL 5. I8!f
IMJICK ' CKNTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
riUNTED AND PUBLISHED
EXCEPT SUNDAY BT T11IC
Dflllj BDlttUo Publishing Co., L'd ,
at the or'ici,
J26 k 328 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
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Delivered In Honolulu at Firry Csntb a
Mohth, In advance.
THE WEEKLY BOLilffi
At KOCR DoLLABI- YKH tO IhjIHttlll.
and Fiti DiiLLtns to Hoivlan riubsrrihnrii !
COOK AND JOB PRINTING
UONI IK bUPIRIOH -TYll
TKLEl'IIO.NK V60; V. 0. BOX 8!).
fin Daily IIclletix If prmieu niid pub-
lljhed by the Dtlly Dulletin 1'ubllsbltjj;
uorapany, winitea, at iih onice, jnrr-
ands. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakra street, Honolulu ntortsald.
Address letters for the uaner "EdlUu i
cuuui oiruvv. nuuuiujii. xiBwminu iai-
Bulletis," and business letter.. " Manner
run hniipiin i.ihni,iii; i.mn.i.5
Using a personal ddres ruay cnnBe delay
IMPOKTIBB AMD DkALKB-S IN LUMBIB ABD
all kikds or Uoiluiko Matkmalh.
Fort Htreet, Uonolulu.
H. HAOKFELD A 00
Qkmkrl Commihsion Aqckts.
Corns r Fort and yueen bireela, Huuuiuiu,
JVO. 8. 8XIVHIS8
Mahakona, Kohala, Hawaii.
Knkul Jewelry a specialty, fartiuiii'
attention paid to all kinds ol repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
Btiau Knuines, BciiAn Mills, IIoilirh,
Coolkrs. Ikon, Brass akd Lead
Machinery of Kvery Description UhiIh to
Order. Farticainr attention paid to Bhipr'
Blackunilthtne. .fori Work erwntt 41
Atlas Assurance Go.
U8ET8, . . . 110,000,00a,
H. w. SOHMITDT a sons
Atfnntu for llnwatlnn IloniU
Oity Cariuage Co.,
iTorner King nud Hethol Bin
- BOTH TELCPE0NE3 113
Fine Carriages & Civil Drivura
To h had at nil hoam
g Consolidated Soda Water Co,, L'd
Cor. Allen & Fnrt Sis.,
JOA.'. II Ai-fnt
A COLD WATER PAINT
n ntmnn tr 1.
tor inaiUIi WUfKOD . . i
Factories and Public Buildings
It is u dry powder which can bo
i prepared for uso hy simply fctirring
in COLD WATER and enn bo up.
! plied hy unyono nnd will nlwnys pro-
1 iluco good work.
It is VEKY WHITE, extremely rc-
iicutivo nnd hardens on a wall like
. ... . , .. .
iono a hi mil uiko any nut. !
It will lust for years, nnd isun-
nti'nniiwt l.v rmum I
nllVctcd by gases.
W'"",n.:Z i ,- ii .....trade. A180 I1UVC a lull MIC 01
One coat covers bettor tlian two
, coats of oil paint or whitewash. I
, It enn bo used on any surfaco and j
for all classes of work, even for tho j
1 Jlnest dccorntinK. i
' It will not rub, scale or crack, nor i
will it fofton with ago or discolor.
It will not tct in tlio mixing vcceol,
in fact it improves by standing u fow
It can Ijo used to good advantage
over old whitcwnidi without scraping.
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFTER
It is cheaper than whiU wash, dura
is is supplied in barrel) from 300
to 400 llw., nUo in boxes of 100, 50
and 25 pounds
This is for OUTSIDE Work
I Such as Fences, Outbuildings and
' LabororV Quarter. It is a th'ck
panto to bo diluted with cold water;
t stands rain and cxposttro as well as
oil paint, unit costs but u fraction as
much. It it lire-resisting as it con
tains no oil, and his no equal us a
light rciicctor in dark bauenieulH,
dailip cellars nnd similar places. It
is supplied in colors.
FOR SALE IJY
Umn for the Hawaiian island!;
TJENllY II WILUAMS AND KD-
wrrd A. Wllllauib have thUUay illa-
solved tlm partnerihlp heietiifore oifstm
between them under tho llrm name
Pioneer Furniture Company as well us
Williams ilrotliprs In the Fiiuiltur4 and
UndertukliiR Itusilners In Honolulu, In tho
Islnnd of Oulm
Henry II. Williams rntlres from s-ld
lirm and buslnesi and Kdwnid A. Wll
llnms remains In said ImnlnesH, havliiK
formed a partnership therein with his
The now llrm com'bta of 0 K. Williams
and E. A. Wllllmns. una hencefnrth will
carry on said Furniture and Undertaking
name of C E Williams li Son. .
uiisiness in sain nonouiiu, urucr 1 lie iirm
'I'hp now 11-111 will coMcnt all acoounls
owlii(! to ihe old firm and i.ay nil liabilities
Da'cd March 30th. A.I) lfin.-).
II. II. WILLIAMS.
EI). A. WILLIAMS,
1S03-2W U K. WILLIAMS.
Or. E. SMITHIES,
Aicocn'ou', CollfCt'ir siid Copyist.
Onkewilh O.D.Chao, Safe Deposit liulld-
Ihk, -0U Fort Stroei. Telephone 14.
w The Collection of (lovernment Kills
a specUlty. 1276-tf
I have just received a com
plete line, in the Latest
The qualities and patterns
are very choice and were im-
nortcd Rnccinllv for in v film
l)0,lca PCCMliy 10 lny "
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At Reasonable Prices.
J2T While you are wait-
. , , . ,, M M j '
g fo thu car comc m and
514 Fort street
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
CALL ON, OK ADDHK8S,
JOHN M. CHASE,
Otllco, 100 Fort Street.
Fort, near Hotel SU
CiiAfl. J. MuCaiitiiy, Mnnagrr.
, Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS O.N HAND.
Try th Great Apix-tlzer Tuc Hkounis
Cocktail a sieutulty vilih this reiort.
nEroT or tub
FamouB "Wieland Laor Beer
Mfirnh n ti in' E yp.1i a n op.
j H. I. KHA IV, Proprietor
1 ,. ... ... , ....
Cor. King and Kuimiin Street, Honolnln.
! nUftlna t lnnya nn1 TTI.in Bnor
" .vtw0 .w. ... w.
ItBLL TKI.KI'HONR 4IM.
FOR SALE .
rpilK"ALMACVrrOK" . .
X at ilifu'inl' us of the if.vi,,? " ii I
tnimcnrs, Wu-klH It n-.siSiw
n f nntSKH on the lei Hiilt-Kifci?friii3'
ulilo for bathliiK pU'Loes. Tho IIoiish U I
cuni'Mod oui, -liuiile.l on a well Improved '
l't . ontii'iiini; Krultuiid Ornamentxl Tiers.
For ii' 1 leu an iinialre of '
120-lm 0. E. UOAUUMAN. I
Look At This
Fine Soft Kid Button
' Boot, new diamond tip
; and (Spanish arch, only
Gut of Sight !
:: Elcarsmt French Kid.Ox-
ford, Pump sole, patent
, back stay, lor
For Immediate Sale
A Good Bargain !
A Small Private Residence & Lot
Located cloo In. Splendid view of
the Heritor and City.
. As t'e ownr Is col 11 c to tli Colo.
nles this property can bs bought very rea
fonnbly, tM- The IIoubi Is Furnished. Address
1301-St Post Offlce.
For Sale or Lease
rpiIK VAbUAlll.K 1'UOl'KKTY ON
X Uneun street known as ' John Uola
hola's.1' There ar l-'ivo Cottai;es on tho
property niiit room fur two or th ee more.
A K"d Investment for n person who can
iilvo perbonal attention to M'oiirlni; tenants
and collfctlnK reiit.i. Tor furilinr parti
culars apply tu J. O. OAKTKK,
'MS Merchant btet.
Honolulu, April 3, 1 0). 1501-lw
TT-TTni n j-rm
' T-T)TTC1? CT T (W
IXXVUkJJi CV lJ V J.
Corner of Berelatila nnd I'ensiiool
streets, opposite tho lee Works.
rer Iuiiulro nt IIulleti.n uillce.
NOTICE IB HKItEIlY OIVBN THAT
Mrs. Hiisan llertt'lnmiiii, of I'iliui
Knual, will not pay any hills contractu!
without her writton order.
Attorney In Faot for Mis, liertelmann,
Honolulu, April 1, lh'JJ. liOJ lw-li It
HELP KOB THE POOR.
R 1 t.f f oclety for tho Benefit ol
A liiMierolrtil organization m
boon (lnrt-(l niuotiK tlinnntivoj. Tho
object of tho orjrnuizntion is to
trtnMir up motioy for tho purposo
of proviiliiiK for tlio families of ua
tive who wo 10 imprisoned for par
ticipation iu t lie lato rulMillion. Up
to yostenlav, April -1, tho sum of
SHI 10 had bci.'u raised, aiulatberrt
aro tbirty-two families to bo provid
ed for the. sum will liavo to be) spar
Ih. K. Knulin, who ha been np
pointfii ns ii(rtitary, will hand out
J2 to eanh head of family entitled
whtf will call at hi ofllco to-morrow
nftruooii. This will ho continued,
weklv payments being inado on
It issanlKOineof tho wives of tLoo
imprisoned as rebels aro in durftilulo
circumstance?, nud tho mito will bo
Kindly received. This is n chance
for ebnritnhlt persons to help follow
creatures who am in need.
NEW ZEALAND CONNECTION.
Riirranr;)niHiit of lli- Cnhndlan
titaamihlp lino Contcniplntod.
Ottawa (Ontario), Mnreli in. Thu
Diporlniiiil of 0'iiiiiicrco has beeu
advihod of negotiations for a re
arrangement of the diroet Australian
sfoamsliip mmvIci. Tim New Zea
land Government, has received an
oiler from lluddart, 1'arkur ft Co. to
run n counecling steniuxr liotweou
Fiji nnd Auckland or YtllinKtnti.
Tim mattur was eonsidnred by tho
1 Unvorumi'tit, and it was thought
hotter to bnvo its own direct sIhaiu
' ors to touch at Auckland or Vol
1 lington, and New South Wales asked
I if that colony would allow steamers
I to come ou to New Zealand. Tho
Qovorumeiit of that colony is in
favor of establishing a direct mail
service via Vancouver, alternating
overy fortnight with San Francisco.
In negotiating for connecting ser
vice, it was contemplated to include
Samoa ai well as Fiji.
DKATH OF Ji H. OUY.
Uo Was a Votonin of thu War of
J. II. Guy, who started a cash gro
cery on Union stroet a fow months
ago, died at tho houso opposite the
Y. M. C. A., Hotel street, this morn
ing. Mr. Guy was a bachelor. Ho
was born Feb. II, 1810, which would
make bis age. a little more than l'J
yoars. In 18(51 ho unlisted iu the 4th
' Indiana Cavalry for a term of three
years. Ho was promoted from pri
vate (o first lieutenant. His com
pMiy entered tho field with 112 men,
and retired with but '.'(I, thu rest
having all boon killed. Although
Mr. Guy was not a member of the
G. A. II, Goo. V. DeLong. Post will
attend the fuueral, which is to bo at
8 o'clock to-morrow. Quartermaster
, It. J. Greene is attending to the de
tails. Deserting Sailors.
1 Sailors evidently do uot relish the
trip around the Horn, as evidenced
by tho wholesale deserting from '
ships bound to Now York. Captain
Iteod or the ship T. F. Oakos lost
four of his men the other day
through desertion. Tho captain has
ollerou twenty dollars roward for
each man, Telephone messages
have boon sent to Waiaune, Hautila,
Koolaupoko and all tho outer dis
tricts acquainting them with the
, fact, and a sharp lookout is being
kept for tho men. Their names are
F. Kollev, J. Johuaon, W. Shollon
and W. i'latts.
j fTho dredgn is now working in tho
I vicinity of the now wharves near tho
old Custom House, After the de
parture of tho S. S. Au-t ralin, which
I is oxpoeted from tho Cotit on Mon
, day next, tho d red go will bo moved
, over to tlio Oceanic wharf to deepen
1 tho harbor there. It has been as
1 curtained that the bottom in that
1 locality hai l)en filling in. Depart
ing (.1 earners have long been noticed
to stir up mud from the bottom
with tliuir propellers,
1 you are out 0 lllll Jfemh, fatter
Heath, etc., we van vp)ly them.