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VOL. IX. NO. 1307.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL G, 1 8H5
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
miNTED AND rCnUSIIED
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ands. Daniel Lofjan, editor, resldea nn
Alakea ttroet. Honolulu, aforesaid.
Address lettert for tne paper "Editor I
Bdllbtin," and business letter " Manager
Dally Bulletin Pabliahlng Company." .
Using a personal address tony oanar dxlay j
In attention. '
IktrOBTEM AMD DEALEB8 IN Ll'MBIB AND
ALL KINDS Of BOILDINU MaTEEIAU.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. HAOKFELD A OO.
Qekebal Commission Aoents.
Corner Fort and IJueen btreeta, Humnuiu.
mo. b. 8KIXBISB
Hahakona, Kobala, Hawaii,
MANcrAOTCBiNa Jeweleb and Watch.
Kakal Jewelry a specialty. FarticuiHr ;
attention paid to all klnda of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IKON WOHKS,
Steam Engines, Scoar Mills, Boilerh,
Coolers. Ibon, Bbacs and Lead
Machinery ul Every Denuripiiuii .Vtutf 10
Order, i'artlcular attention paid to bblpn'
BlackamithlnK Job Work eximitnil i
Atlas Assurance Go.
' Or X.OXT3DOX7
H. W. SOHMTOT A SONS
AfffltUn for HAwaHnn Tnlnd
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel 81a.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Fine Carriages &c Civil Drivers
To b hid at all hours
,J. s. andkade,
Consolidated Soda Yater Go,, L'd
Allen h Tort St., Honolulu.
10M ' Aircntii
I have just received a com
plete line, in th6 Latest
The qualities and patterns
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arc VCl'V CllOlCC and WCl'O 1111-
nmfnri suppinllv for' mw finn
.POUCU Specially lor my IU1C
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trade. AlSO liaVC a full JlllC 01
At Reasonable Prices.
0E3T While you are wait
ing for the car come in and
514 Fort Street
I pojj INFORMATION CONCERNING
I nr CALL ON, OK AUDHi:83,-ja
JOHN M. CHASE,
Otllco, loO Fort Street. Telephone 181.
Fort, near Hotel Sta.
0iia8. J, McCarthy, Managrr,
Popular Bra&ds of Straight Qoodi
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try th Great Api)tlrer TnE Bkownie
uol'ktail a sicciniiy wua una reiori.
depot or the j
FamouH "Wioland Lagor Boor.
Merchants' Exchange ;
- 8. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, j
Choice Liquors and Fino Beer. J
HELL TELEPHONE Ml.
TUHINO MY ABSK.S'M': l-'UOM THE
U Hawaiian I-Umls, Mr WiHcr M.
uiiiuru w 11 iiuemi.io ami pu'iorm mo
ilutl's of PresPent anil Mnnugar o( tho
llnu ot W. ( Irwin & Co , L d.
WM. . IRWIN,
President and Manager Win O. Irwin A,
Co , L'd.
Honolulu, April I, 1S95. 1300-'.'w
j! Look At This I
and smile I
Fine Soft Kid Button
Boot, new diamond tip 5
and Spanish arch, only
Oat of Sight !
Elegant French Kid Ox- "
ford, Pump sole, patent
back stay, for
For Immediate Sale
A Good Bargain !
i A Small Private Residence Hot
Located closo In. Splendid view of
thtt Harbor and City.
As tho ownr Is pnlntr to the Coin.
nles this property can be bought very rea- !
VsV- Tho House Is Furnished. Address
"T S "
For Sale or Lease
rpili: VALUABLE PROPERTY ON
X Qieon street known as ' John ilolu
boh's." There ar Kivo Cottni;es on the
property and room tor two or th ee more.
A goud liivfslinnit for a pcrnon who can
give pergonal attention to securing tcnunts
ami collecting routs. For furtlitir parti
cuUrs apply to J. O. CARTER,
:W Merchant 8t-ct.
Honolulu, April 3. V) 13ei-lw
HOUSE & LOT
' Corner ot Beretanla and I'emannU
streets, opposite the Ice Workij.
tWf Iiiimlro at Bin i.etin OIIIup.
FINAL. NOTICE -
"JOTICB 18 HEREBY OIVl'.N THAT
Ji 'Mrs. Snait Burti'linann, of Pllaa.
Kauai, will not-pay any bills contracted
v itliout her written iinler.
Attorney In Fact for Mis. Bertol"ann.
Honolulu, April 1, WM. 1 0.2 lw.lt tt
Seqnah Speaks and Acts
At 3 and 7:30.
WILL PLAY AT THE
JpFor your own benefit,
come, sec, hear and judge for
BY VIRTUE OK A WRIT OF EXEOD
tlon Issned out of tho Dhirlvt Court,
on the Oth day it March, A. I) 195.
ngalnst Lau Chnng. defouiiaut, In fuvm of
A. Fernandez, pUlnilir, for the' sum of
fl'tt.O', I havo Ii'vImI uiou nnd thsll ex.
noo for salt) at tho Pollee Station, in tlia
District of Honolulu. Island of Oahit. at VI
o'clock of SATURDAY, the 20'h day of
April, A. I). 1MM, to tlu hlubPst Mdiler. nil
the rigtit, title and luttrtst of the snM Lau
t'noiu. defoiKltiit, in and to the following
property, unless M1 ii(tgiiient,'liitfr',
costs nnd my expemes be prevlojuly paid.
I.lstnf i operty for tale:
Ail ill" r"t t'tli and Intrrest of tho
raid Lau Cli'Mij:, defendant, In and to that
(Vrtalni ratxof those FourTrat, sof Land
s tunto nt I'awaa, from L. McCuIly to Nln
Fong Will Co dated DtueniDer .llat, 18$,
and reconlod In I.llnr It un paeej '.'1.1, 'Jll.
li. For further pirticulirs seo W. C.
Acbl, attorney f r Mm iilulnt'tr.
tm- Terms Ch in U S (lol Coin.
E. (I. IlllOIlt OOK,
Mprctiul Repiibllof II iwall.
Honolulu, li. 1., Maieli '.'0, 1-!'i
If your tubtoription has tzpiml now
' n unod Unit to rnit it.
BOARD OF HEAL'H.
Host of Phyalcitfna Want Employ
ment in the Huwftllnn IaUnds
At tho mwtiDK of tho Hoard of
Heal h ys(vrHny, f'rosidout V. O.
Smith announced this engatinuiit
of Dr. Albert D. HIu of Chicago,
at a xalary of S2(K) a month, an nupor
intuudiug plijMician of tho . luper
oxperlmuut station. Applications
wore filed from Dr. Charlos X. Cas
tles rosidont physician of Iho C'n
ciuuati hospital, and Drs.. II. L.
Wood, W. X. Fiuuey, Oreou and
l.uco of California for positions tin
dor tho Board.
A report wis received from Dr. M.
Goto roKardiiiK liis hospital work at
Kalaupapa, wjjfch npres(ntod nine
lepers cured, two discharged 'from
tho settlement, six dil-d and eighteen
given up tlm tieatmeiit. Dr;. Mou
ritz aud Oliver reported that of
eighty-live patients treated by Dr.
Goto none had been cured and but
few oven benefited.
Upon a suggestion of Dr. Wood
tho leprosy committeo was authoriz
ed to secure a safe depository for
valuable records, v
H. l Baldwin, the solo bidder, re
ceived the contract to supply tho
leporsettloiuout with buof at $18 a
An application of Thomas K. Na
thaniel to be appointed school
teacher at the fettleuient was refer
red to Superintendent Jt. W. Meyer.
The llo-olulii Iron Work will
put now locks in tho lusaue Aylum
Whil Waiting, at tho Dispsnsary a
Nutivo Drop Ofl
A big strapping nativo named Ka
hele died suddenly at the Govern
ment dispoiuory at it o'clock this
I morning. He had boon in the habit
of calling at tho dispensary for
medicine for some time past. It is
; said ho had lung trouble. This
, morning h made his usual visit,
and sat on the balustrade on the
Waik'ki side of the building. Dr.
Howard, the Government physician
was in hi oib'co. Presently a souue
ai 01 a ueavy Jail was uo.ird. The
doctor went outside aud found Ka
hele lying on the ground. Au ex
amination of the man was made and
life was found extinct. Deputy
Marshal Brown was notified. A
postmortem examination will likely
be made during tho day.
The deceased was a middlo-aged
man of rather fine physique. He
was employed by a nativo named
Wailetui driving a dray. Kahelo
lived in Kobxllo iaue at l'alntnv Ho
leaves no relatives.
Kahele was buried this afternoon
i 1 Potter's fluid, Makiki, Snuior Cap
tain Parker conducting tho funeral
services at the grave,
TUEY WANT A HOKE.
Families of Jailed Rebels Would Live
in a Commune.
A committee of Hawaiiaus called
ou Capt. J. A. Kiug, Minister of In
terior, yesterday with a petition
that the Goverumont grant the
families of the imprisoned rebels a
homo at the old immigration depot
or tho abaudoued Kakunko leper
station. Several of the families were
in destitute circtimstauces, some
having to rely on the charity of
neighbors for their daily suatMuauco.
Tho Minister handed the committee
a contribution whichwas gratefully
received, and promised that he,
would do his utmo.it to secure a
homo for the destitute families.
Now that the war of the revolu
tion is over, it is tho duty of every
man to support tho existing form of
government. Although things may
not move with that cordiality that
would ensure au everlastitig peace,
still they may bo allowed to subside
into Ibat iudilToreiico without auiino
pity that would nllow either party
to work out their best iuterestn. All
things considered it may bo for the
best, but timo, the only arbitrator iu
such cases, mutt nlouu decide that
James T. Stewart is n Plumber and
will do your work in good shapo
and at figures that will give you
J Aiiu.s T. Stewart,
15 Bethel Street, Honolulu.
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