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HONOLULU, K. I., THUKSDAY, APRIL
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VOL. IX. NO. 1317.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
PRINTED AND rCBLISHlU
KXCtrT MDCDAY BY TIIR
DaQj Bnllfttln Publlslilu Co., LM ,
at tiik orrjcx,
B ft 338 rciui .Hi Oouo u:o H I
BUBBOKIPTION-Bix Doluma Yiak,
Delivered In Hnnoln'i at Fm'ty (!mk
Mouth, Id advance.
Tl WEEKLY ROLLIITIN
At JTotJB DilLLAM. A Yx Hi t'uiin-.t).
and FlVI BoLtAKf iO Knretj.n MieM-rll-n
payable In advance.
BOOR AND JOB PRWi'lfl 0
ooxx in omasum -. i .
TELKFHONE VM. J'. 0. HO.X v
TUB DaIJ.Y HtLLkTlJ. I pHUtl nllO ii.it
Ilshed by the Di.llyHuliet.iu rabliulu if
Company, Limited. ft tta oilico, tAti
ohaut hlrutit, Honolulu. Hawaiian kl
nd. OnnM loj;rti, editor, mide
Alakea Mr-ret, Honolulu iforierf j
Addrens Mti'ri lot the paper Kiliu '
BULLETIN," 1HU MlllUlfettR Itltr9 " MUDIIt'fr
Dally Bulletin Pilbllnlitnjt Otimpnii).'
Ounp ui.eiai.njii n1ilrt may siwtloniT
INTOBTKES AND IlgALBRS til LtJMBKB AHtl
ALL KtHM Of IlUILMNH MaTKBULH.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
K. BAOKJTEU) OO
QDUAL OoMMMMOH AnlRTS.
Corner Port and Hueen btreeu, rtimuiiuc.
JKO. S. BUTTHIKH.
Mahakona, Kohain, ilnwaw.
MAKCrACTCXIItO JEWKLKB AMI" WATCH
Kakai Jewelry specialty, rurnpuim
attention paid to all kind of repair
Campbell Block, Merchant Btreet.
HONOLULU IBON WORKS.
Btbax Kn(iine, Biuiar Mill, IIoilmx,
COOLKRA, ISOM, DRAKd AND liKAO
Machinery ut Kvtiry DeuJneUua Muur w.
Order. Particular attention paid to SUipf
Blaoksmlthlng, Job Work ernli
Atlas Assurance Co.
FJ. W. SCHMIDT & tON.s
Airnt fn HnwUn lulrnrt
ClTY CAltttlAGB Co.,
(Tomer Klnt? and Bethel Ht.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Pine Carriages' & Civil DrlvnrH
To M hnd tit all honr
J. S. ANDHADK.
Consolidated Soda Water Go,, I'd
rosfji. an A-iyro
Cor. Allen Fort Sin., R'taolnJu.
nm.i.isTvi a. co..
IOW tf Atrtuilt
Look At This
Fine Soft Kid Button
Boot, new diamond ti)
iind Spanish a roll, only
Out of Sight !
Elegant French Kid Ox
ford, Pump-sole, potent '
buck stay, for
BY VIKTUEOK A WltlTOKKXKi.lI
lion Imneil out of tliu DUtrli t Court,
on the Oth tiny of Mnrch, A. D liv-6
agaliiKt l.au Uliung, tit fomiaut, In favii rt
A. Kornntiili-r, pllnilir, for th kuiii of
flCH, I hnvn It'vlul uion ami thnll ex
we for nolo at the I'ollco Htitlon, in tin
)iatrlutof Honnliilu, luluiul of Oalin at 12
o'clock of SATUItDAY. tho 20ih day of '
April, A. D I8J, to the hlKhoBt bidder, all
tho rli-ht, title and iiit-n-8t of tho said l.au
ChonK defend tiit. In and to tho followIiiK
property, uulesH tald judgment,, ltitreK',
coita and my eapenves be pr'vIouly paid.
Llutt'f pioperty fo' naie:
A'l ih rutit. t tin and Interest of the
raid I au Clionp, d-fendant, In and to that
CtirtJt u l.eaieof tlioe Kour'l rn-iHof Jjind
tnnte a. 1'avsna, from h. McCully to N'ln
l'ons Woi Co , tinted December 3lt, 88,
oud recorded In Liber 41 on pace'.!l3, 211, ,
. XL- Kor further particulars nee V. 0.
Aclil, attorney f r the plnlntlll'.
l Tonus Crtih in U 8. Gold Coin.
K. O. HirUHCOOK,
.M.irflial Kupubllrof lUwsll.
Honolulu, H. I March 'JO, 195
For Sale or Lease
rpilK VAMJAHI K I'ROl'KUTY ON
X. Queen street Knovtu a ' John llola- I
bols's." There are Kivo l'ottni:ea on the
inpity and room for two or tli ce mor. i
A k d Investment for a pernor! w ho can ,
Hive personal attention to HecurinK trnauta ,
atul colUetlnK rents. For further parti
culars apply to J. 0. OAHTKII,
'JOS Mrrchant et-mt.
Honolulu, April 3, 1 OS 1301-lw
Merohants1 Exoliango I
J. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Cor, Ktug and Nuunun Street, lloiiolulo.
Choioo Liquors and Fine Boor
HK1.I. TK I.K I'll ON K 4111.
HOUSE & LOT
1'iirnerot Iterelanl.i ami I'enraeolK
Btreet b, opposite tho IieWorUs.
C-T" ImiQ'ient HlUKTIX OUil-e.
hi Vtf" vl
, j, &mt;
V.9SJ " lt "f f I , f'-- - ..-..m-aaal 1
' mm i iMMAUiitflWBflnanaErzMr j
'! SSBO. !;
Mnlnernv : 1
,11 i '
; OUUC aUUH?.
n ii i
i MARSHAL'S SALE
People A ho Write
on lypewriterB marvrl
that biiBy business men
stil cling to tho pen pro-cei-K
' The bu-in h man
Uhintf ii tj'puvyriter would
not volunta ily leturn to
the old method, becnu-e
he cun turn off more
work, of a better quality,
and with less tffoit on
Trie H.4D Wtio Never
Usid a Tymwuter
believes tin tark of 'cull
ing to viit it dillicult
and hopelc-s one. Try
Others have learned ; you
can. Your first attempt
vill probably reveal the
fact thut you do fns'er
work with th pen.
That's quite natural ;
you are ju&t learning.
Your next tual will Mir.
prise you. Your fingers
go H) the right keys in
Btiiictivt'ly. It boctmes
easier and you will then
. heu-in to r alize the uae-
l fulncHH and benefit of u
CHOICE OF A TYPEWRITBB
J will either make or mm1
your writing hnppint sr-,.
For tho luiBint'hB man
desiring a machine, that
J combnes speed' durabi
lity, does perfect work,
and lastly, has the easicbt
keyboard to knrn, buy
Tr is typewriter staudH at
the head. It has all the
latest impum meats.
Let me rhow you a l(
T. W. UOBRON, AQint.
y v, 9 ' v .
ST. GEORGE S EVE
Monday. April 22.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
Will have otto of their l'leavant 8ooIaIs
At 8 o'clock In the evening.
Ticket, Lady and Gentleman, $1.00
OT Ticket for sale at tho Golden Kule
Ilnzmr 1370 td
Firm CooI;iimont of HOCK BEI.U
ntr vtil at
PF.lt AUSTltAl I V
From the Frederlcksberii Ilrcwlng Co.
of Ban Jone, Cul
13f0 WM. CUNNISOHAM.
MO YKN RWK .t rK.
T'inantittjft. PlRttibtno. Kin
lUi (J H.V '! I.AK-W Shi-
WiicHEts, Mb. L. Bkicke of 51 Mnr
cliaut Street, nnd well-known in
Honolulu, did complain, before a
large, audienro on Monday night
taut in tho old Armory, on thn cor
ner of l?rttatii.i and I'unchlioul
Sireoto, that Rheumatism had
by applyitig the bi.yt'Aii On. to
the parts alllicled anil iu the pie-
Fence or a iiiimlier ni gentlemen
from tho atulicnc" relioieii the
ufferor fioin hj torluie; and,
Vueiies, the odd Mr. J5icko, pre
vious to the Ireatineiil, could not
walk without the aid of a Motit
Htick, is now to be oen about town
an lively an a kitten, fueling at
pleased as a dog with two tails.
Othiirn besides the above have re
ceived the Paine wonderful relief
and Skcjuau'h fame in xpreading
far and near.
Clippies witli ttheuiuitioiu are
now pouring into the old Armory
every evening, where Slo.uaii lectures
at 7..T0. All invittsd. Seats provided.
National Band iu attendance. Ad
t0 SLgtiAit attends at the old
Armory each day at ...o'clock for
nalu of his itemed ios and to1 receive
persons who wish to undergo his
U5EFor your own benefit,
come, Bee, hear and judge for
You may have
many hours of comfort by not
V A J It OF
""" '""""K " " "7 r" SitMlO named in tho paper Non-
0 vearp Mr U.icke Haled that .ol,,im,, ttl, , i.j,, 1(.,ion wi I
he Iitwl tried merjth.t.R he knew lnak 1( f , t nbitl bi.n(ljiu, .
of lo obtain relief but all ended in , ,, (lf but, ,h circuit and
fail ure SttiL'A.i upon being ;,p ,!. Supreme C.utt.
Pi,,V1. .,1,n,1,l0,,,.t,y, 6,1",',l,;(, I'aiiI NVnniaiin, silling in Plco of
that the Kl. unntiftni had been in (!lliwr ,,(1lil,, Jh'iW ,h" ial fi, I, a
powosiioii quite long enouoh, and nulllirt,r umnh,inM ,.clHm' of
proceeded to give it notice to tpnt ,,, SllIiri 111H .,111P, . ,,,.. L,, '
i....... inMi. ..:.. I.;.. r fi... ...,.. i
Take tho hint. Don't
Windup of tho KorRd Deed of Kala
kaun to Mabelonn.
Chief Justice , I mid liai siginid an
injunction iu thntM-of Kaptolant
(Qttoen Dowaijt'r) vs. S. W. Maho
loua, forbidding the defendant to
Bet up any claim for tho laud-j men
tioned iu a pamr purporting lo b a
deed from tho late King ICalaKatm
to Mahelona, or tu fonvey any of
tho premises uami-d in nuish paper,
or to colleut any rent thon.from,
or interfere in anv war vlth thn
pot-secniou of htti-h lauds. The pro-
I ambits to tho injunction ynyt that by
a decree of Circuit Judio fiioni.r
tht aald dti-d was found ti b faloo,
forged and frAtidtilent, as n nlro a
receipt fur tln cotiBidoration of
iiiMiit limed i'fte, ICspiol.ini . Molio-
loni, ;.hith alllrms the decree of
Judge (J.'Opor that thetleed iuqueu
lion wa falnj, forged and fraudu
li'iit. The tieeii ut r viow the evi
donee, tdiiitMiig not tie l"at tloubt
of the s ur'iius ilnrneti r, of tho
deed. At i he hours iu w I. d tho
King allegul liy du't-n, vd to
have rfigic-d the deed, h was . hiaU
ly recM.ting the na'ive peopli' hoo
Inipn, and linldiug i pvopfion for
foreign r"pn ie itatue, nawal ollieji
and the general publie, in i-elebra-t
ion of ln liirthtiiv the dnv before,
the reMl d.ty f.lling on Stitul j Tho
tsignattires of u it tit o w ro in throo
diirorenl nliade if ink, ad it wai
proved thai tw of the litres wltr
neM'S were m the islaptl of Hawaii
the day that the deed yva ta'euletl.
Hatch fur plaiutilT; C. V. Ashfoffl
aud Aohi for defendant.
Patrick Mclnerny has been ad
judicated binkrupt, on his own
petition, by Judge Cooper. Pe
titioner plsi'iM It s debts,.whioh be is
unable to piy, at ffiOtvO.
Charles T. Oulick petitions tho
Circuit Court for the appoiutmuiit
of J A. Magoou as adminintrntor of
the estate of the latoStophauie Cail-
lot, of France, grandmother of Jeaa
Morrineau, nephew of the late Dr.
Trousseau. I he petition itt fiiipport-
ed by au atlidavil including a letter
from Mr. MorrisEe.tu to Mr. Oulieli,
asking him to act n his attoruoy to
press certain claims against tlioe.s-
, tate of his late uncle. First, Mr.
; Morrissi au claims 15,000 francs in-
I vested by him in the late doctor's
i ostrich farm, and, secondly, a debt
of lli'J&iO franc due to tho throo
I heirs of his mother his alitor, his
brother and himelf logethor with
Nutorest on naid dubt at five percent
since tho first of April, 1877.
S U. I. Sanborn aud four others
have a suit on the ttlrm calendar
I against A. Feek, coutraulor on tho
O.hu railway extension, claiming
?11(.Mj for damages for breach of cou-
I tracts They allege that Feok gsvo
! them a contract for excavation but
I neglected and refused to give theiu
H. A. Widemauu has filed a bond
I in $1500 to E. B Thomas, tu eocuro
the latter in case of a decision iu bid
1 favor, iu the replevin proceedings
brought ngAiust him by Wideiuaun
for possersiou of the Holomua print
ing ollice plant.
In a divorce cage filed for the May
term the defendant is named Jamei
ICd win Bum, alias John Jones, alia
Edward Wilson. Petitioner charges
extreme cruelty and Jailure to pro
vide for her, besides alleging that
defendant has absconded from Hono
lulu. Iu J. K. Sumner by Mis. Mari.
Davis vs. M. F. Craudell, defend
ant's inoliou to dissolve tho injunu
tiou restraining him from noting m
agent for Suinuor was argued beforo
Judge Cooper. The Cotitt declined
to grant tho uiotiou. Magoon and
Kinney for plaintiff; Neumann and
Castle fur defendant.
If you want to bit) a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
speel tho stock of Brown A. Kuboy,
i it No. 4, Mtfonie Temple; then, vow
will null ilielargejt variety in Ho
nolulu at the hmeut prices, clocks
ud watehot. sold on uot.. and
monthly payments. Drown . Kubey
aiaku a specialty of rubber ulampH.