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THE DAILY BULLETIN. APRIL 25, 1805
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The Largest Stock of Bedroom Sets
Ever imported to Honolulu. Eight Different Styles
to select from. Prices are a clincher
jt:r.o:m: $S6 00 tjf.
Also a Fine Lot of 0HIFF0NIKH8 o( tho Latent Designs and Patterns.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Roll of 40 Yards, 112.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
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I Editor Bulletin:
i Noticing in this morning's 1'. C. A
considerable comment on the ehnl
i le&go of Tom Holllnger to match
G-rter against Silky and Nevada, I
1 consider, in jitsticn to Holliugcr nnd
tho rare-goim; people, that an ex
1 planation of facts should be mad1,
and 1 beg yon for pnce to air my
view in tho ma(tT.
Mr. llollioger's- challenge was per-
foctly plain nnd tLo owners of Silky
and Novada cannot help knowing it.
Holliugor asked iu his challenge to
havo Silky and Nevada handicapped
I by drawing his weight of 22011)3.,
and that was tho only way that n
threo cornered raco could bo made
that would be a true raco and Gor
ter havo a pquarodnal. S F. Graham
could not see it in that light, al
though he claiui! to he ready to "put
up" but not to "shut up.'r It is a
wollostablished fact that when Tom
Holliuger talks race hu moans busi
ness. Lie has proven himself a
square sport and he has got no use
for any "job-work." When ho saw
that his challengedldn'tsuit Graham
bo mado a match with Mr. Ballon
tyno, the owner of Silky. Tho race
is for $500 a side, both horsos to
draw the samo weight. That fact
alone should convince the public
that ho meant straight business and
that thorn was no bluff in his. Mr.
I Graham calls Mr. Hollinger's ehal-
lenge prepostorou. but Mr. Holliu-
ger has got tho advantage of back-
ing his "preposterous" challenge
I with good hard coin. All that is
. desired by tho owner of Gerster is a
' square deal nnd no fake, "news
paper" or otherwise, nnd that was
plainly stated at themeetiug yestor
I day. If Gerster was matched to pull
the same weight as Nevada and
Silky in a ttiree-coriicred race, it
, would never have been a raco but it
I would have been what tho Honolulu
I public has witnessed iu the past a
baro faced swindle. Silky would
. have carried Gerster up iu the Grst
heat to tho top of her speed and
then Neva In would have gone at her
in the second heat and got iu bis
deadly work, and between the two
and their experienced drivers Gers
' ter would have been iu the "soup"
and havo no prospects of winning
' the raco. Mr. Holliugor knew enough
. to steer clear of such a combination.
He wants an eveu show for bis coin,
' and he thinks he is getting it in the
i race that he made yesterday with
, Silky's owner. Tho two horses now
matched are to pull the same weight
1 and have about tbo samo speed. If
) Mr. Graham thinks for a moment
that tbo owner of Gerster is afraid
to match Nevada ho is simply mis
taken. Mr. Holliugor is afraid of
"jobs" ouly and with his experiences
of tho past ho can hardly be blamed
, for being on his guard If Mr.
Graham will take a free and gratis
1 advice I should suggest that ho
, keep Nevadn in his training stable a
little longer. When Mr. Ilolliugor
gets through with Silky ho may ac
commodate Nevada. Sroirr.
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; Spreads !
1 have just received u corn-
j pli-ti' line, in the Latest
The qualiticrt and patrerns
are very choice and were im-
1 ported specially for my fine
trade. Also have a full line of
THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION.
Valuable House Lots
Foi SaJLe I
WTF. OKKKlt HOMB VKKY CHOICE
TV Ijolb on the pmu's-s formerlj
own.d by J. A. HnsaltiK r, KiM locnU ii
between 1'ensiicoln and I'ilLoI streets.
TliPje L t nrn ol utilforin b zo, 80 i 170,
which Ii as larg ai most lersonn like to
li7e the cato . t Tne sull Is very rich nnd
thf re ore ninny well grown Frnlt and Or.
naiin-nlal Trees on all of the Ixiih.
It yon want a home in n good, quiet, rs
pectab'e and healthy neighborhood, takf
one or morn of thi-se Lots, which we oiler
at reasonable prices and upon easy toruit
ni to piymenu
k- For partlcnlars apply to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit ana Invut
tOS Xort Streot.
Fine Horse Stock
J ; Marseilles Spreads
At Keaonal)le Prices.
While yon are wait
ing for the car conn in and
514 Port Street
Boon for Dairymen
OWNERS OF COWS!
Pioneer Furniture House
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
troin all the Celebrated
Factories In the United
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Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
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Daily Bulletin 50c. per Month
Strong Position Taken by a British j
I Government Organ.
Tho London Speaker, which is re
puted to be au inspired Government !
orgau, has added gravity to the
Frauco-Eulish situation by declar- i
ing that tho French evacuation of I
I Tunis must precede or accompany
j the English evacuation of Egypt. '
During the present negotiations be- '
tween Great Britain aud Franco the
question of Egypt has not ouco '
arisen, except as associated with the i
' British claim iu the Upper Nile Val-
I ley. If tho disputes shall bo finally
referred to a European conference '
I they will include Egypt, and tho
obvious designs of Euglaud is to in
cludo Tunis also, i
SeVeral of tho provincial Cham-1
hers of Commerce are following tho
example of the Londou Chamber in
nioniorialifliiiL' tho Govnrnmnnt. c
take effective measures to secure tho
waterway of tho Nile from Uganda
i to Fashoda. Tbo Government order
I for tho completion of tho Mombasa
anil Uganda railway shows an oarnest
intention on the part of Great Brit
ain to maintain her claims to tho
Upper Nile sphere.
"Wo take pleasure in recommend
ing Chamberlain's Cough Itomedy
because it is praised by nil who try
it," says J. W. Cox it Son, druggists,
Marshfiold, Oregon. No ouo alllicted
with a throat or lung trouble cau
uso this remedy without praising it.
It always gives prompt relief. It is
especially valuable for colds as it
relieves tho lungs, makes breathing
eabier and aids expectoration. A
cold will never result iu pneumonia
when this remedy is taken aud rea
sonable i-aro exercised. For sale by
ill dealers. Uciifoii, Smith & Co.,
tgentd for the Hawaiian Islauds.
The Daily liull'tin, 50 cr.nti per
month, Mivrrtd hv riirri'ri.
The Celebrated liny awn ter Bullion
Also the Splendid
SPAN OF GRAYS
Uy "Ivanhoe" are for sale. Apply to
U01-tf Day Horse Stables.
W. M. SMITH,
-WILL PUT IN-
Everything in the Electric
J3F- Kef. rs to E.O.lIiill A:
Son, wht re orders may he left.
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Hold In 7 lb. ba)!8 at ISo. per lb.
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A uent for Dr. Pottio'j ltemedloa.
FOR ONE WEEK 0NLT1
Nw ScuiPs, the Ve-y Latent Sons
ann a thnice Number or Miuatrel oeleo
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I iiKtou Klovlc Hotel mri'et.
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Special Doctori fur Chronic,
lriutte nml Waitiny
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medy for Seminal Wenkneas, Loss of Man.
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i trlul bottle rIvkii or bent free to any one
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Hhii h'raiiplHcn II l.'t.S.t lv
DUltl.N'O MY AHSENOi: KltOM THE
Hawaiian Islandw, Mr Walter M.
Ulll'ii'd will act for mo Iu all matters of
bualnusn, umler full power of attorney
WM. O. IUWIN.
Honolulu, April '4, 1605. 130H-2w
IN TJIE 0IKCU1T COUItr OK THE
Klrat Clri-tik. Hawaiian Iii'andi. Iu
llinkruptoy at Chamber. In the matter
of the Dankruptry o' A. M. Huwett. Ore
dltom ot the said llankrnpt are hereby no
tilled to com" In and prove their debts bo
fore the Clrcnlt Court of the Klrt Circuit
at Chambers, at Honolulu, on KKIDAY,
the Udih day of April, Ih'JA, between the
hours of 10 o clock In the forenoon and
noon of the eald day, and elect an Assig
nee or Assignees, of the said llankrupt'a
Uy the Court:
13:0 It Clerk.
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ROOMS AND BOARD.
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lulO rnttjli. DAKE'b AiivorttslnR
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San Krancicco, Culltornla, where coiitiaeta
for ailvertiHtiii; uhii l uiniln lor It
1 you ure out of Hill JFentU, Istter
Head, eta,, we can tupply them.