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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, April 23, 1895, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE DAILY UtJLLHTIN, APRIL 23. 1895
MJOA.L AMX) UKKVAAl HHWC,
Prof. C. Stopoklo left for Hawaii by
the steamer Kinau this afternoon.
Tha steamer Kinau took eleven
passengers for the Volcano to-day.
The Ld llima 01ul will tneflt this j
evening at tint Hawaiian Hotel for
important ImhIiiom. '
A. T. Alkinon, I iipr-tor General
oft Schools', left for Lnhaiua by the
Kinau thio afternoon. i
The Cricket Utub's smoking con
port take place this evening in the
Scottish Thistle Clnb'.i liall.
Owners of hordes and cat 1 l ohonltl
consult tho notice of G. W. Maef r
lano in thh papur. regarding l'oltie'n
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotol
ud Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 2i and GO
cents per niht; Jl and 11.25 per
James Wilder in learning to play
tho huqR Ho practices in Wilder '
& Co.'h lumbnrynrd,' having a in-
structor a bugler from the U. S. S.
Ckitriarftl tt lix tuiiBiilu in Mm imr. '
bor were living their ihg today iu
honor of President D ilo'tt birthday
The Kinau hung out a Hawaiian
flag at her stem.
Tomorrow L. J. I voi will hold
his regular cash sale, when he will
sell household furniture, dry good.
crockery, sacks onions, corn, barley, i
. - . , -
etc. Go there and save money iu
China Eupino Co. held its last
drill ou Saturday afternoon. The
members intend forming a company
independent of tho paid fire depart
ment. A meeting will be held to
James Olds, Jr., was married to
Miss Achuck at the Catholic Cathe
dral lat night by Bishop Gulstau.
Fred. Weed gave the brute away.
There was a wedding luau hoi I later
in Kukui street.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at the call of "200," fur
nishes fiuo livery outfits at the short
rat notico good horses and nice car
riages, from buggy to wagonette.
The following persons have taken
the oath to the Constitution: C. S.
Detky, Hubert Levison Ogilvie, E. A.
Thompson and Fred. Smith, Ameri
can; Wm. K. Makakos, John A.
Baker, Hawaiian; Isabella Creightou,
English; H. M. Myrhe, Norwegian.
If you waut your watch repaired.
If you waut jewelry made up neatly.
If you vnnt souvenir r.poous, or any
thing iu the jewelry Hue. H. G.
Biart, at 0. Gertz'a store, Fort street,
(3 your mail Ho wr.n for teu years
the practical watchmaker for Wen
nor & Co.
C. W. Macfarlauu oilers an oppor
tunity that does not often come to
horsemou who would boat all-comers
on the race track. His pnoumatic-
, tired wheel sulky and his bill bear
ing uneeis aru itisiwtiat the owner
of the other horse rt qui res to smash
A sailor named Maconwell belong
ing to tho bark Andrew Welch was
fined 13 for druukeuuofs iu the Dis
trict Court this morning. The man
had lost his hat. This morning he
was furnished with a Philadelphia
bluejacket's cap and sallied forth to
see Captain Drew to pay his fine.
Father Sylvester will accompany
the Bishop of Pauopolis to Europe,
the gentlemon leaving by the steam
er Mariposa for Sin Francisco on
May 2. Father Libert, will relieve
Father Sylvestor at Wailuku, and
the Bishop is going there with him
this eveuiug by the Claudine, to re
turn by the W. G. Hall ou Fiiday.
If you waut to buy a really good
clock or watch at Coast prices in
spect the stock of Brown it Kubey,
at No. 4. Masonic Temple; there you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
and watches sold on weekly and
monthly payments. Brown Si Jtutay
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
VOX ACCEPTED AS YEC.
The Backers of tho Bacers Silky
and Nevada Dilatory.
The backers of Silky called on
Tom Holliugur this afternoon iu
answer to tho latter') ohallougn to
buck Ills mare Gorcter against Silky
issued in yobtordny's Bulletin They
wore willing to accept the challenge
providing the race was for S230 a
comer. The owner of Nevada ha
not been heard fiom. Mr. Ilolliuger
is quite agreeable to let the rauo be
for $250 corner, pioviding Nevada
bo iu tho race. Tho challenge is
open for another twenty-four hours,
aud it i3 probablo by thai time natis
factory nrragoicoiits will have been
made for a thro cornered race. If
arraugod it will be au exciting
ABRIVAIi 07 THE KAHULUI.
Makes Fapeclally Slow Tim i
From a Orackod Shaft. j
Tho S. S. Kahului, Captain Tyson, '
arrived this afternoon, 17 (lavs from I
San Francisco via ICaliuliii. The
Kahului left the Golden Gate on '
April 0, experiencing variable I
weather. Two days before reaching
K'llmlui the propeller shaft cracked. !
l'otl wn reached safely ami on ex- j
aminalion being tnndo it was found
tho shaft wai cracked all round, '
Tho craek 'a an old one and it
serins tho strain had been too heavy
for it to withstand. Oae hundred
and fifty tons of mgnr wa taken iu '
after diM-hartriug freight at Kahului.
It was decided by Captain Tyson
to come to Honolulu to make ar
raugetm-ut with the agents, H.
llackfeld St Co., or repairing the
shaft. Consequently at 7 o'clock !
vsterday evening tho Kahului loft
Kahului and steamed to Honolulu, ,
tusking only forty revolutions a
minute throughout tho parage. '
That is why the sleamor vs so slow
coming iu after biug sighted this
Chief Engineer Hugh McMil
lan stales that it had not been
decided whether to bare tho ro-
pairs done hero or not. it no
satisfactory arrangements can be
made- hero an order will probably
be sent to San Francisco for a uuv
Chief Eugineer Stoddart, of the
Spreckelsvillo plantation, wa a pas-
' ww w ' (lav 'wi '--'
Bt,Uger by t ho Kahului from Kihu
lui. Mr. Stoddart
just came duwu
on a ploasuro trip,
at the Arlington.
Uo is registered
OBEAT STEAMSHIP LINKS.
The Peninsular and Oriental Compa
ny No Longer Head the List.
The Norddeutsoher L'ovd is the
largest .steamship company in the
world, its vessels measuring 15,000
tons more than tho Peninsular and
Oriental, which comes next. It be
gap in 1855 by ruuning three small
steamers between Bremen and Eng
land, and three years later opeued a
line to New York. It now has twenty-two
lines, including two to South
America, five to Eastern Aria and
one to Australia. It has eighty
three steamers, with a total of 212,-
Of tho othor grot companies tho
Peninsular and Oriental steamers
measure 227,000 tons; the Naviga
zione Generate Italiaua, 191.037; the
Mossagerios Maritimes, 174,900; tho
Compagnio Generate Traosatlan
tique, 17.1,800; the Himburg-Amor-iean,
1(50,580; the Austrian Lloyd,
137,822: tho Anchor line, 130,512; the
Allan Hue, 127,801; the Cunard lino,
110,750, and the White Star line, 96,
223. Theso figures ore for 1SU3.--Ntxo
Persons who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic will Im pleased to
know that prompt relief may lx had
by taking Chamlxtrlaiu's Colic,
Cholera aud Diarrhoea Remedy. It
sets quickly and can always be de
pended upon. In many cases tho
attack may be prevented by taking
this remedy as soon as tho first indi
cation of tho disease appears. 25
and 50 cent bottles, for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islands,
By Lewie J. Lovoy.
TO-MORRO W !
Regular Cash Sale
TO-MORROW, April 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
AT ISTXr SALSISR.OOM
I WILL RKM. AT FCSLIO AUCTION
Household Faniltora, Dry Gooes, Crocker)',
Backs Onions, Corn, Hurley, Etc., Etc.
Cowls J. Levny,
A Chance (or Horsemen
1 Uttst Improved Frailer Salky
With 1'mmniatlo Whetln. Alto,
1 St Ball During High Whurlr.
All In I'l ft-Uisit Order. Inmilrn rf
1311-if O. V MAOkKI.AKK
A. Finally Hoiol
IVrDay I 2
hl'KCIAl. MONTIILr KATtUl.
fli. Heil of Attnd'imm, ihn Hft HllutttloD
and tho Fiiioxt .MvhIh Iu the City.
Did yon notice that wo
made no mention of the ar
rival of this goods purchased
for US hj Mlt8. FltKIMANN
whilrt on her recent trip KnetV
There was a reason for it
and a simple enough one too,
if you will only stop to think.
You knew and everybody
ele knew that we were going
to bring something into this
market that was nw and
catchy. Thero was no ned
to advertiso it, the judicious
buyers of Honolulu watch the
arrival of our goods, they
know that if there is anytliing
nice to be had we get it, in
fact that we set the pace on
New Goods, Stylish Goods,
at prices that are just right.
This week, in addition to
the regular run, wo aio going
to make a hole in our pile of
COMKOKTEltS ! !
While tho counters loaded up
coloukd cotton duck3,
Coi.okkd Coitox Ducks,
Piqltk, Pique, Pique,
will a'so be an attractive
B. F. BHLERS & CO.
Yon do not find lint in your
Webster? Why? lkcaaan It is
n new word, lint it will ho
found with 17A.0U0 otlinr new
worda and phraboa In the . .
fCOO IlluitrntloMal KHVorrd l'Mta
I NcwQuotatluiihl New Feature!
ir For further Information nildrem
A. W. EVANS, Agnt,
1318-lm Honolulu I'oat Ofllco.
Why Are We Thronged?
What Ts the Attraction?
At the Right Prlcea
PHINTKD MUSLINS nn.l UIUNKI.r.n MULL8-IWI hlibut attract;
they am now, nut n'Otio iu Material but also in 1'uttTiu.
I'UINTKII nn.l SOLID COLOR COTTOV DUOK-ln Cremi. White snl
Y.cn. In tirctty Polo Djts ntiJ Strips. There's wear J thero' style
and only '.'icls a ynrd.
OlUSKLKOUEt'ONHsmt KAVCY lmi'83 QISGIIAMS-ln Htrl snd
l'ln'ds, fait colors; 8 yards or $1.
I'lUSTCD 1UISII I.AWSS nnd l'UISTKD DlillTlKS-in the lalt
FI'.BSCII HUNTED PKUPALKS-ln ptolty Btilpcs and Plsurei; Jiu
the thing for Ln.Hs' Shirt Wulsts.
Art Denim ! Arl Denim !
A nlfo ini in Oil I nnd l'ro'.ty film les, tlie most fo-vlTnblo mtrlol for
C'vorliiK Oi'shloti", IMIowa, e'A'. Tliey aro Waiualile and thiy wear. Don't
tall t tve tlcm.
IST. S. SAOHS,,
6 BO Fort St- - Honol-uJ-u.
WHAT TS HOME
HIRES' ROOT BEER?
This great temperanco beverage is pre
eminently a homo requisite for homo making
and home drinking. It makes you feel better
and do better. Tho genuino
Hires' Root Beer
. makes tho children happy and gives the grown
up folks the vigor of yonth. It's a real home
comfort. Drink it for your health's sake.
delicious, pparkling, health-giving drink.
only by tho Ciiahlks E. Hikes Co., Philadel
phia, U. S. A.
"I 11 ud a ureal relief in drinking your I toot Deer, at I lum
Imjcii troubled with dyspepsia, and hIiouUI fcul very wirry if 1
could not keep myself niiiplied with it. I drink it when it ix
fermented. H. V. bcorr, 2519 Meredith St., I'liiladelphia, Pa.,
U. 8. A."
"I have ueeil your ltoot IJecr for over a year, and I And It
not only a hcalthlul novorugo, hut it dtinmlatca tlm Htonmrh. I
tiao bo much of it that I buy it by tho dozen at a lime Jno. C,
LuhTEit, Primary School, No. 0, OiUli St. Cor. 2d Ave, N. V.
Oity, U. S. A."
IIoimoN Dnuo Company Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Comtany i "
HoLLiSTEii Dnuo Company, Ltd. .. . " 4
Lkwis & Company . . Groegp
The Favorite Gnrnev
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE !
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
li si: of
makes 5 Gnllons of a
storekeeper for it. Made