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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL 13 1895.
bimthobity pmeiy Topie RheUMtism' Bargains! Bargains!
Onlnt; to tlio drought nml scarcity of
Kite, tlio rt'sltlft't i-oove J.hM p'rret nml
on tlia li)pfs of I'll cliduwl II 11 re ic
quetcil to collect wlmt wnirr ih-y wv
re tltlto fur Ii urcliolil imrKiM letvuou
tl,o laniH nffiiiml lOoYleck a .
8uierlii1cii(lent lloii'lnlii Wivlor Work'.
Honolulu, Aiili II, I MO 131 1 if
Holders of walor iirlvllcfiO", o t''o
pnyliig war rirosi, nro lurch)' noticed
that tliH limrs 'o lr' .nt'on t urtoosnre
from 7 to K n' loi( a, m iuil & toll o clock
Fuierlntuti Wut of Water Works.
J. A. Ktsn,
Mlntotrruf tlio In'rrlur.
Ilcnnlnl i. Mnrrh I'.', I-OV. I2.tf
y. ;if Jiui ". i' iiUtin.
SATU11DAY, APKIL 13, 1893.
FLIGHTY HARDIN IN JAIL.
Ho is Arrested in Snn Francisco for
Aflllintion with footpads.
Francis Ivso G. Hnrdttn, who linn
liefii in Honolulu several times, is
iu nu innur cell uf tlio city prisou nt
San Fmuui'co. Whilo tracing up
ovidtMico nKAinnt two burglara auu
footpad who hold up and idiot
Vallor P. Blnk'1, a Siocktou new
paptir man the dotnetives found as
they thought that Harden might be
of ush to them. He wan accordingly
arrpnttnl iu company with Carlotta i
lima Cahoosa, au Indian maiden
from Mexico. The Chronicle Riros
him two columns mid a portrait to
help out tho notorioty ho has al
ways invited. It dual with his case
humorously, retailing Harden's valo
rous record iu many land as '
Kiv'U iy hininflf how lie resigned
from the British colonial naval re-'
8ctu, in which ho was a lieutenant,
and took part iu the gory sceues of
tho Argentine revolution; how ho
fought in mauv battles with the in
6iirgeut8 of Uhile, Htirred up a ruvo
liuiou in Hawaii, was deported
hence and rufued n lauding in
Samoa, caui back to Honolulu and
was exiled again the whole wind
ing up with his e (Torts, to Ret into
action on either s'do in tho Oriental
war, alito his uuavailiug eff rts to
organize n lilihustering expedition ,
for the restoration of the Hawaiian
DANK OF BieUOt & CO
Air. Damon Buys tho Cbiof Interest
froi Mr. Bishop.
Hon. S. II. Dimon while in San
Francisco completed arrangement
for.taking over tho bank of Bishop
& Co. on June 1.
Hon. C. J(. Bishop, head of the
firm, ,iin'A of the working capi
tal, 4800,000. at a moderate rate of
interest, to Mr. Datuou for a term of
Mr. Damon has leceived groat en
couragement iu his enterprise, banks
in London, in Canada and iu Sail
Franefrco beinir desirous of corres
pondence with Bishop & Co.' bank.
Mr. Bishop beiug now Vice-President
of the Bitik of California, de
sired to conceutrate all his financial
buiness there. It. was also his wish
to leave the capital of his Honolulu
banking business at the service of
this business community.
In answer to a quest ion, Mr. Damon
said the change did not necessarily
involve his retirement from olllue as
Minister of Finance, although he
wished to retire as soou as ho could
be releasek from his public position.
KB. THTJBSCON HOKE.
Hu Nothing to Add to What Has
Alroady Boon Published.
L. A. Thurston, Hawaiian Minister
to Washington, is again iu Honolulu,
looking as unconcerned about him
self as if hu had only been on a
trip to Ewa. He smilingly asked
the representative of this paper how
the Bulletin was getting along, ad
ding: "I always feel as if I had a hula
anain the Bulletin" (teferriug to
his editorship' of this paper eleven
"I have made no plans for tho
future as yet," Mr. Thurston replied
to a question. "I do not know that
1 have anything to add to what I
have paid alroady. My visit homo is
partly in couuectiou with personal
Mr. Thurston know nothing of n
rumor circulating agaiu to day that
Minister Willis had been recalled by
the United States Government.
April i), 1S95.
The same old cry of "No
Water" is again heard in ione
of voice as loud and as lierce
as ever. But with the new
pumping station almost com
pleted the complaints against
the Water Works Department
will soon be a thing in forgot-
ten history. It looks just now
as though the government is
doing everything in its power
to alleviate the misery and re- ,
duce the annoyance which na
turally ensues through lack of
sullic'ient water with which to
make a cocktail.
Here are some figures over '
which you may ponder if you I
are interested in. wire fences:
The European wire which we !
carry in stock has been tested i
at the Iron Woiks and -shows a
tensile strength of 2760 pounds. '
The galvanizing passed through
all the tests it is possible to put j
it and shows that it is as near I
perfect as it is possible to make
it. The American wire we re
ceived a week or more ago,
(and it is the best to be ob
tained in the States), was tested
at the Iron Works and shows
a tensile strength of about 700
pounds. These figures show
which is the best wire, and
which you should use in build
ing the Jones Locked Fence
the best fence in the world.
The growing desire on the
part of the people to save mo
ney accounts in a measure for
the demand that has been made '
upon us for the Dietz Oil Stove, j
I he people who have been us
ing them here during the past
six months are so well pleased
with them that they recom
mend them to their friends.
The fact that they cannot ex
plode is a point in their favor;
economy of fuel is another,
and the wish of people to have
a slove they can cook with
and not get "all bet up" is an
other, hvery one who uses a
Dietz Stove will tell you that
it is the best they ever had.
The time is here and house
owners should begin painting
up their dwellings. In the se
lection of material the fact that
Hendry's Ready Mixed is bet
ter than any other should be
considered. This mixture is
nude of pure white lead and
oxide of zinc and the best qua
lity of colors obtainable. The
paints are made especially for
us and are guaranteed to be
first-class in every respect.
They are good spreaders and
retain their glossy appearance
longer than any mixed paint
sold elsewhere or even that
which is mixed to order. We
have them in quarts, half gal
lon and gallon containers and
in all the shades desirable for
either inside or outside work.
In localities where water is
necessary for either irrigation
or household purposes and
where nature has left an ach
iner void by its absence, or at
least where the fluid is so far
below the surface as to be in
visible, we would suggest the
digging of surface or artesian
wells and to the owners or
lessees of the land that they
erect Aermotors. If we could
write up the profits which
have accrued among people on
these Islands who use Aermo
tors it would surprise some
folks who don't use them.
'Wiicnds, Mrt. L. Beickh of fil Mer
chant Street, nuti well-known in
Honolulu, did complain, before n
large nthlicuco on Monday night
lat in the old Armory, on I h cor
ner of Beretanin and I'michbowl
Streetn, that Kheumatism had
l)"Oii torturing him for the ptst
30 yearr, Mr. Beicko stated that
lie had tri"d evenlliiiu? he knew
of to obtain relief but all onded in
failure, Sr.yuAii upon lining ap
plied to, immediately puggested
that the Kheumatism had been in
possession quite long enough, and
proceeded to give it notice to quit
by applying the Sequah Oil to
tho parts alllicted auti iu the pre
sence of a number of gentlemen
from the audience relieved tho
sufferer from his torture; and,
Wuejibas, tho said Mr. Betake, pre
vious to the treatment, could not
walk without the aid of a stout
stick, is now to be seen about town
an lively as a kilteu, feeling as
pleased n dog with two tails.
Others besides the above have re
ceived the same wonderful relief
and Skquau's fame is spreading
far and uear.
Cripples with Itheumatim are
now pouring into the old Armory
every evening, whore Sequah lectures
at 7:30. All invited. Seats provided.
National Band in attendance. Ad
fjF Sequah attends at the old
Armory each day at 3 o'clock for
sale of his Romodies and to receive
perrons who wish to undergo his
FOR FOUR I) VYS ONLY
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
April lOOi, lltli, 1-rttla n.xxc 13tli
Household Goods at a Sacrifice I
If3,For your own benefit,
come, sue, hear utid judge for
You may have
many hours of comfort by not
Take tho hint. Don't buy
Sugar in New Yoik is 2 7 Si'., cost
and fiuight, for ceulrif ugal DO test.
Tlie HaYaiian Hardware Co, Ltd,
OppoMtii PjireelM-lH' Work,
DUKINO MY "TKMI'OHAKY AH
hence from themt U'lin's, Mr. E. I.
Himlillim will not under full )er of at
torney for tlw Hank of Clam BereolMi &
Co. WM. O. IUWIN.
Honolulu, April 1, 1&03. 130U-2W
DUItING MY AHSKN'On KItOM TUB
Hawaiian Islaml, Mr WhIIit M.
(Jilla'd wl.l injt for uio In nil mutters of
buhlneds, under lull ouor of ntlorney
1 WM. O. IUWIN.
Honolulu, Ai.tll 4, 18UA IDCXP.'w
Ivuady-inadu Pillow Case,
Toweling, Kto , Etc.
Table Linen, Napkins,
"White & Colored Bednpreadw,
Sheetings & Cottons,
foSFour Days Only! Don't Forget tho Dates I
:m:. s. i-.iErv'Y",
R- Call and Got Prloes and Eximlno Goods -Jg58
is plainly shown in our treat
ment of ourselves in health
and sickness. When we are
well, fueling splendid, we
ignore the possibility of sick
ness. But overwork, high
living, inherited poor blood,
irregular courses, etc., de
velop symptoms of weakness,
of dyspepsia, liver complaint,
and the general health fails.
You should know by expe-
f' riiMin. :i tlimmnrwlq rln. llmt
whilst in health the system
would never run down and
doctors' bills would not
have to he paid. This is a
fact worth remembering
and of vital importance
to you. BROWN'S IRON
BITTERS is an old and
reliable remedy, your grand
mother knew it well, and
in no other form can iron
the great strengthener be
taken . so easily. Small
dose and pleasant to take.
won't slain your teeth.
KMiHt druffhtt villi Tie Slim
but it it 'Mil I, uie (au. OI
DROWN CHCV.ICAL CO. CALTIMOSC, M0.
-C. MD. 4
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Daily Jiulletln 60 cent per month.
New Goods ! New Goods !
Suitings, Serges, Trouserings,
Linen Duck, Linen Drill, Flannels.
DRESS GOODS I
Laco Stripes, Organdies, Pongees, Ginghams,
Sateens, India Linens, Victoria Lawns,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Laces, Flowers, Feathers, Etc.
SAILOR BEATS !
Mosquito Net, Art MusI'iiih, Cretonnes, Madapolains, spe
cially adapted for Ladies and Childien's Underwear.
BOI.E ACJENT FOU THE
Renowned "PEARL" Sewing Machine!
At tho warvclously low price of $30.00. Guaranteed
equal if not superior to any machine ever imported.
L. B. KERR, Queen Street, Honolulu.