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VOL. JX. NO. 1314.
HONOLULU, H. IM MONDAY, AI'KIL 15 l!S.
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amis. Daniel Logan, editor, resides m,
Alakea street. Hnnoliilu nloretmiit
Address leltern fur the piper " Kditnr
Bulletin," and business letters " Manager
Dally Bulletin Publishing Company.'"
Damp a pertouhl address may i-atit rieiny
LXWEBS ft COOKE,
IkVORTEIUI AMD DKALKKS IK LtJMBrR AMD
ALL K1KDS or ButLDIMO MaTK&IAID.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
H. HAOKi-EUQ fc QO
Ushual Commission Aoent.
Corner Fort arm tju tie r btrcrik, Honolulu.
JVIO. 8. SMITHIES.
mrnoMEs and CIknebalIIusinkss Agent,
Mahakuna, Kohala, Hawaii,
MArorACTUMWo Jkwklu and Watch-
Knkul Jewelry a specialty. Parti
attention paid to all kinds of repai
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IKON WOBKB,
Bteau Knoines, bmiAR Mills, Boilibs,
Coolers. Iron, Drabs and Lead
Machinery u( Ktery Description Made tu
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Biacksruithlng, Job Work executed nt
Atlas Assurance Co.
D. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Airiyiu fir KowtlMn Inland
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King and Bethel fits.
- BOTH TELEPH0NE3 1I3 -
Fine Carriagos &; Civil Drivers
To be bad at all hoars.
J. S. ANDRADE,
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, L'd
Cor. Allan & Pert 8ta Honolulu.
1056 t( AKMitt
Look At This
! Fino Soft KM Button
. Boot, new diamond tip
, and .Spanish arch, only
i Cut of Sight 1
! Elegant French Kid Ox-
ford, Pump sole, patent
back stay, for
iliin n-.e out of tliu DNitli t Court,
on the (t Ii ilny f JUrcli, A. I) l-5
xg'iln-t 1 mi Ciior g. 1 feii'iiitit , in favn f
a KcrnniitNz, )Uin III', for i)ih cum of
$1.0, I Imvo lev! l iiion nnd fliull ex
iMt'O 'or milrt nt the I'i'IIcc Mtl.'ii. in tli
J)ihtrici.(if Honolulu. Island 0f hIiii m 12
i.'ol'Tk of 8TUIII)V. tlm '.(111 dnvof
Ap'll, A. D. INi., Hi th hKl,8t Hdilerj ml
tlm riht, tliloHiul li.Ur.H' of 1)10 snld l.nu
C'ioiw ilt fn.'il o.t. In and to tliu InllowlnK
property, tiniest talil jitiiginent, lnt-'s',
co-tsHiKl my fxreiues h ,rrvlouly paid.
J 1st of p operty fu- tia'e:
A 1 ih" r km itN mill Inlrrst offlio
palit iiiti Chonir. il.feiulnu', in nml to that
Certn 11 M-ast-of tioe Knur Iir-hoI Land
s t'tate at Piiwnn, from I. McCully to Nln
Konjf Wal Co ,di-tcd Dtcnuwr 31st, IB,
and reconled In Liber II on paue l-'l.'l, 1!U,
- For further partiruNra see W. 0.
Aphl. attorney f r the plalntlir.
luruis i;niii in u a 1101" oin.
K. (1 HIIOHl OCK.
Mrihul Heimhlloof Iliwnll.
JTonoluIu, 11. 1 . Ainteh it), 1;U5.
For Sale or Lease
THE VALUABLE PHOPEItTY OX
O leeu street known dm ' John Holn.
hold's." Tht-ru are Kivo Colts ye on the '
jirop itysii'i room fertwo or tu ee tnor.
A go. il Invest mult for u person who can
give persoutl aiientlnn to securing t-nnnts
a m1 culli-i'tlni; rents. For furth-r parti
culars upply tu J. . OAUTKIf,
'JOS M-rchant it t!t.
Uenolulit, April 3, l 0 . laoi-lw
d. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Cor, King and N'tinaim Btreet, Honoluln,
Cholco Uquors and Fiuo Boor.
HKI.L TKLKI'JIONE 4111,
HOUSE & LOT
Corner of Bpretnnla and Pciifncola
streets, opiOiltu tliu Ice Works.
nt" Inqulie nt Iltai.Kiijt OlPcf.
rteV'l --., awarsMaaawpafBs
iii Mi IPs' niar ffiaMnir "gBasui.i ;
i S3 BO. Jijj
Shoe Store. f
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People Who Wnt
on typewriters marvel
that busy business men
alii cling to the pen pro-ce-s.
The bunm a- man
UMiitf a typewriter would
not voluuta ily return to
the old method, leciuo
he can tin 11 off ni'M'e
work, of a better quality,
and with lens ifi'ort on
TUB Hdo Who Never
Ustd a Typewriter
believes the lak of 'mrn
mg to write a dillicult
and hopcles one. Try
Others have learned ; you
can. Your lir.st attempt
will probably ivveal the
fact, tint you do IWer
work with tlm pen.
That's quite natural;
you are ju-t learning.
ur next t-ial will Mir
prise you. Your lingers
go 10 the right hc)H in
blinctivilv. J t becomes
easier and you will thin
begin to r- alizc the use
fulness and benefit of n
CHOICE OF A TYrEWRITEB
will either make or mar
your writing happimss.
For the laibiiifhH man
desiring a machine, thuL
combines spctd, durabi
lity, does perfect vork,
and lastly, has the eatiet
keyboard to learn, buy
Ti.is typewiiter stands at
the head. It has all the
latest improvt meats.
Let me r-how you a
T. W. HOBRON, Agent.
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ST. GEORGE S EVE
Monday, April 22.
SOllS OF 8T. uEORwu
Will have one of their I'leassnt BocUls
at il o'clock lu tho evening.
Ticket, Lady and Oontlemnn, $1.00
Conslg'irnoat of BOCK HEKK
air vtd at
From the Frclcrlokshf r? Browing Co.
of Situ J oho, Cal.
1IO YEN KEB & CO.,
41 Mmnnii ritrMt
Tinsmiths. PlnmbinQ, G(d.
OROOKRUY and OI.AB8WAHB.
FOB THE LEPPR BAND
Oraat Success ot Cnptulu Cochraur'a
Mnru tliaii his htttidrod pooplo, it
n f'titintfil, wtro prooiiL nt tliu
drill (tiled on Snttirdnv cvonini'. tn
i onjojr thtt itl ert-opt 'con exhibit loa for
iiih ictirnt, 01 inn ii'pur iiiu-ii' DhihI
of Molokni, Fln,',t wm boniitifnllr
ilrnpetl in tliu interior, tlm work
hnviiiff bion tlotit by men t f tho U.
S. eiiiiftT LMiibtdflpltin umler tht
direction of .Mr. Jittrninnn. t'liiof
elpnnl qinrl or master. An overturn
by iIih I'liil.-Klolplii.i b.'uid fnifly
plnjed opened t lie cntortnitiin'Mit.
C'nptnin CofIiriii, U. S. M. G,
1 preiuutMi ins (icsuripilVH leuiliro U'llll
I very rtjniMtimtic remark rounrdiiif'
the uiirurtunnto deii'7.piin of Molo
kai. H thatiku'l Brolher Herlrnm
in itdvaui'ti for providhif; (lie pictures
ho was noine; to kIiow of the leper
wltleuieiit. The fiml view tlirowti
Oil tllrt Pfreeti bv Mr. lledelliailll,
who iiianipiilntt'd tho lantern, wan a
le:ulifitl scene in Japtn, wliich
Capl. Coehrat.o raid tvnuhl nerve a
n drop etirtniii for the exhibition.
Viuwa of Cocontiut 'plaint, llili,
Uainbow Fall", Volcano U iail, tropi
nt vegetal ioii.hIi1., uero hIiimvu, then
H01111I11I11 harbor and phippint', pre
lunitiary to the trip to Moluleii.
I Arrivtd i.t Moh.luii the leduror cor
lected 11 wrong liiipri-M'uni Unit had
gone abroad, that the whole inlnnil
was occiip.e.l by the leper Mi le
nient. The pettlemeut iccupi-8 a
comparatively small, triangular pen
insult, on the rear barricaded
by lofty precipices, and for the
rsL bounded by the l'aeific Ocean.
So well are the unfortunate
cared for by thn Government
that very few attempts nt es
cape worn recorded. Kmn viows of
1 Knlaupnpn, the Bi-lmp Htniie, the
1 Catholic, churches at Kalnupnpa aud
Kalawao the. latter the late Father
1 DamieuV tliu Dninieu monument,
, the laulmla trio under which the re
nowned priest iiuil to ret aftor be
ing Htrickeu with the fell disease,
, aud untlt-r wliich at his renuet ha
1 was buried, and n group of the an.
i mini owi'moi vi'itors wero (nseiayeti.
1 A biau at l A. Urowii'n place,
Wnipio, Ewn, was shown with many
familiar faces around the fewtito
board. The niht blooming cerem
at Oahu Colleiie. old volutileer En-
MRiuo Company So. I, the Plains
L fnuatl of tho Citz-n's Guard and
Co. D, N. G. H , were other local
Hght Lit ami fully prexented, as win
a hula dance nt Kalalcaua's euro,
Taking his auditors nbroad Cap-
tain Cochrane showed them a steam
er oil the Golden Gate, ihu Seal
Rock", CI ir House, Mayor Sutro and
! his tlogi, Mare Islanit Kay Yartl
with the famous oldhip liiUepeiid-
. enceaud th Charleston in dock, tho
, oeunto Valley, agricultural and
htintine:Kcene in r?nlifWiiin mln..i..r
I on the line of the Canadian I'acifut
. Itailway, a Mi-s'nsippi stem wheel
I tdeainer. a water molou patch, and a
. hungry-looking alligator waiting for
I n lean littlodtrky. At the lat men-
1 1 ioned picture tho baud played tho
j "Alabama Coon,"
Alio reiiutinuor 01 tlin exhibition
! POtlllirihell Mt.lltttal, l?i,aai-r. n.i.l
Jnl",,lt'"5 views. There weromariiio
nuu lane views ot Acot nutl. a so n
scene on the Clyde: tho Kremlin and
tho great bell of Moscow, and re
presentations from paintings illus
trating the coronation of the late
Czar Alexander III. Tho coloriiiL'
, in church interiors and state apptrel
of dignitaries iu tho last-mentioned
was superb. An illumination of a
lofty church Htceple, which wshshmi
by tho lecturer, was truly magnifi
cent. An excellent view o the E IM
tower, Paris, was thrown iu for good
Intermissions wore agreeably occu
pied respect ivolv bv tho Kameha-
t uieha Qleo Club, wliich gave a Swiss
waruie song, ami ly a mandolin and
guitar combination composed of
Messrs. U. J. Ordwav, Nulton,
Afong, Mark", eynolds, and Dr.
Crandall. Both of theso parties
wero loudly encored. It was great
to hoar the bluejackets cheering pic
tures ot the "uow navy," which, it
should have been said, wero given in
the coiirru of the ovouing, including
the famous sped a'lo of tho depar
ture of the squadrons of several na
tions from ll'iuiptou Uoads. Eng
land, for the World's Fair uoinou
M ration. Tliu Philadelphia led the
Uuitul States squadron, iu one line,
mid H. B. M. S. Blako tho foreign
ships, in tho othor.
naptnin CtH'.hrane and hiellli'ienl
aids are to be congratulated on tho
results of tho enterfdnnient, the
proceeds of which amounted to Ik.
tween .f2(X) ami St(W. Whatever tho
second lecture, next Saturday even
ing, may real! in in excos of what is
needed for the leper baud's new in
struments, will he devoted to snmo
charitable object in which nativo
Hawaiians will be the benellciarici,
V. V. AHFOIID'3 CASE
Xtta Pardon Itnnd but Not Printed
Uudor Police Hurvoillnnco.
Col. V. V. Ahford, wlino transfer
from Oihii Prison to the Queen's
Hopilal has been reported, is under
policesurveillance". A special oilier
i stationed at t he foot of t ho stairs
leading to his room a private one
111 a detached building. No visi
tors are allowed to se tho prisoner
pitient without an order from tho
As already reported, the Ewutivi
ami Advisory Count iN unaiiimouir
granted n full pnrd.iu from both
line and uiipriMmiuciii to Col A-h-ford
on condition that he leave tin
country fun ver. As tho pr soner
was in n very weak stale from illness,
he was removed to the hospital for
treatment, aud it wos given out that
h would Ii'.iwt by I lie steamer Aus
tralia, hailing lat"S.itiinUy. Colonel
Athford, however, had expected
that, upon receiving Ins pardon. h
W"iild have liberty to tr.ttihact pri
vate bnsiiie-s about town.'
Two policeuieil wept placed at
Col. A'hforo's dour when ho w.11
iimt taken to the hospital. 11. 1
vigorous protot ngtinst this was -o
iullueiitially backed up that tho o Ul
cers were removed, and then only a
guard was t-et. nt the foot of the
si airs as stated.
Ou Saturday Deputy Marshal
Biown waited upon Col. A-dtford,
mid rend tliu Government's pardon
to him. Ho refused to give tho
prisoner either tho original or a
cop of the document, sayiug that
it was tho property of th't Govern
ment. The paper purported to bo
a full pardon on the understanding
that Col. A-diford should leave the
country, mill stated that if ho re
turned after having left the sen
tence of the court-martial would be
carried ut both ns to flue aud im
prisonment. As Col. Ash ford tins not yet had
his pardon placed in his hands, he
cannot either accept or rej.H-t it.
Long bof.iru tliu passing of the par
don, ho was anxious to leave the
country, under medical advice that
his peculiar ailment could only be
cured in another climate. Ho in
tended if he could get away to go to
Aix la-Cbnpulle, Germany, for treat
ment. Before his conviction Cin. Aslifnrri
was nllowed tn Ii.-ivh IiIb mi'ii nlic.i.
clans, Drs. Brodie ami .Minor, attend
him, but after lieiug convicted be
as compelled to sutuuit to prison
regulations, which do uot Ttdmit of
private medical attendauce. The
medicines prercribed by his own
tiliicians were inktui nway, aud he
nau to tauotlio treatment ol a physi-
f.iutl tvlir. IVItn lift! f.ia.iilinr u'lt 1 lit.
case. From that moment ho grow
rapidly worse and it was only a
question of time, if left in prison,
when his end would come.
Colonel A-hford, nccordiug to tho
reports of friends who have visited
him, considers it a htratige tort ot
pardon thtt cannot be delivered in
to his bauds, for either acceptance
or rejection, and uudor which his
hospiul chamber is uindo a prison,
A st rapping 200-pond wahinonntl
her Chinese huhiud appeared in
tho Di-trict Court to-day. Tho wa
hiiHi charged hoivMoiigoliau partner
with assault and battery. After hear
ing the evidence, which was in -ITjct
' that the husband had hit complain
ant twice and pulled her hair, tho
ilmlge held that a case of assault
had been made out, ami Joint was
! sentenced to pay a lltio of $20. Ho
I paid it.
AO.UAUTEULY MKKriNO OF THE
Bund ti' 'I'm ts of tlw Qi'Br.N's
Hnsi'im. wl I he neM at fu Ko-im of the
Chsiiih rof Co nimr-'ueii V"Ki.NHiY,
the -7 ti ihw i.f April, at 10 o'o ecu a m.
. F. A. fiCHAKFBB,
Honolulu, April 13, ISW. 13M-3t