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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL '26. 189B.
DIVISION 5 ORGANIZED.
'Jvlti? to tho drought mid scarcity o(
water, tlic rejldTit bovo Jmlil street and
on tho rlopca of I'u clibuw' Hill fro rc
HUOtct to collect what wa'er llicy muv
riijuire for household purptie tetii
tho Imiirn nf 6 and 10 o'clock a m.
tiutwrttittMidmit Honolulu Water Works.
Hoi.olulu, ApiUll,lf'A) 1311 if
Holittrn of watur jTlvllcpj-, o' t.
jmjitig yinur ra'is, iiro lirrehy notltU'd
that tli hours tor irratlun i urpojo aic
from 7 x& oYlocU a. m. am' 6 to ft o clock
i- . ANl)ltKV UKtlWN,
Sii jK.Tlriton-1 tit of Writer Witrr-a
J. A. Kino,
M'nliterof tlio Inti-rlor.
flouolnlii, Msreh 12, tkf)V rjMf
t ?J a i 1 v, V-rtUftin.
i'Udged to wither Sect nor Parly,
Hut F.Utblihed fur the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1895.
So it seems that a Chinamnu at
ttnidiu thu University of Michigan
thinks that his untioualitj is affront
ed by the tillo "Chinamen" instead
of "Chiui'so." "Cliiuuso, you know,"
would suit thoui botlor, yot natives
of England hnvo never kickud aRainut
boiutr called "Englishmen," nor
"Fiouchineu" at boing so called.
Educatud John must not get the
In this issue-will be found a strong
Democratic plea for annexation, by
a prominent citizen of Chicago. The
speaker, however, presents no proof
that President Cleveland is opposed
to the union of Hawaii with tho
United States on the merits. Thu
Presideut simply does not believe in
thu rights of the nianuar in which
the islands wore offend to tbo United
States. Whenever tho Hawaiian
people nik for admission to tha
Union, tho probability is that Presi
dent Cleveland and those who have
abounding faith in his ability and
his statesmanship would be the back
bond of a successful movement to
confer tho mutual boou upon both
New Officers Elected at a Keotlttg
An attendance of about seventy
' members was present at the meeting
of Squad 8 of the Citizens' Guard
I yesterday evuuiug at the Reform
i atory School. O L Stanford acted
temporarily as chairman, and J. II.
Blnck as secretary.
Tim objects of the meeting were
1 reorganization and election of new
ollicers. Formerly tho rjuinpauy vim
known as Squad 8, but by reason of
its numerical Mrength tho privilege
wagr.'tuted to it to appoint its own
ollicuts and to reorganize uudr the
designation of Division fi, tho Divi-
, siou consisting of two Miinl. It
was decided to make tho tliv sion of
squads as follows: Those living on
the town tide of Rohollo Lane anil
' the lusatui Asylum toad to make one
I squad and thoo residing ou the K.v
lilii side to ImI he other. Tho com-
I plemeut of Division fj i llfi all told.
! E. Hiugley wa unanimously elect
ed lieutenant. Election of ollicers
fur thu Kalihi squad resulted m fn.
I lows: P. O'Sulltvau, sergeant; J. L.
j Dtuiins, first corporal; E. L Doyle,
second corporal; W II. Cummin;:,
third corporal; J. C. Carter, fourth
I Tim towu squad elected C. L.
1 Brown, sergeant; J. H Mack, first
corporal; C. 1). Dwight, second cor
poral; II. Zerbo, third corporal; H,
I Uahau, fourth corporal.
There is no doubt that Samoa is '
in as bad a state as it ever was. The
latest news is that tho rebols aro
still making preparations for war.
They are building boats, filling cart
ridges, etc., and have docidud to
pay the poll tax only to their own
elected chiefs. Any attempt to
coerco them, it. is said, will be, in
effect, thu spark of ignition. Samoa's
case is only one of "too many
cooks spoiling tho broth." It is to
be hoped that Hawaii will uevor
bo tho football of international di
plomacy. Tho Hawaiian question
h bad enough as it is, being iu the
public topics that tbo American
people have to digest, a sort of coun
terpart to tho Irish question iu
In an account of the Bad end of
John Mills in yostorday's issue, it
was said, "Mills is a Well-known
character both in Honolulu and the
rainy town." Apart from the faulty
grammatical construction of the
phrase, some old friends of the un
fortunate man have takon umbrage
at it as a reflection on the good
namo of tho late Mr. Mills. There
was no intention, however, to pro
duce such an effect. Owing to tho
lateness of tho hour at which tbo
item was put in the hands of tho
printers, it had no editorial super
vision before boing soeu iu tho proof,
at a late hour, and, in tho necessarily
lusty reading it roceived, the pos
Bbly offensive construction was not
realized. Thoso who know tho lato
Mr. Mills intimately say that ho was
a good and truo man, whatever his
weaknesses, aud wo regret that auy
offense, should have been given in
recording his untimely death.
Mechanics' Homo, comer Hotel
nd Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or moulh. Terms; 2 aud 60
nts pr night; i'l and $1.25 per
Several Suits Against tho Trotusoau
Soparato summonses have been
issued against Bruco Cartwright
aud H. E. Mclntyre, executors of
the will of Dr. George Trousseau,
by tho plaintiffs uatnt-d below: J.
A. Magoon, administrator of tho
estato of Madame Morrissoau nee
Trousseau; Jean Morrissoau; J. A.
Magoou, administrator of tho estatu
of Stephanies Caillot, and Jules
Joseph Morrisseau, Jean Morrissoau
and Madame Joanuo Julio Gene
vieve le Sergeant ueo Morrisseau.
Julgo Whiting was hearing tl
part tion case of the Woodlawu
Dairy Co. and others vs. tho Mauoa
hui (company). Magoon for plain
tiffs; defendants iu person. Judge
Cooper is one of tho plaintiffs aud
was ou the stand this afternoon.
Thu same Judge heard Lau Liin
Chan vs. Lau Ho, doing business as
Kwong Fai Wai. It is an appeal on
an assumpsit suit for $101.80. Ma
goon for plaintiff; Castle for dofeud-,
"We take pleasure iu rocommoud
ing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
bocause it is praised by all who try
it," says J. W. Cox & Son, druggists,
Marrh field, Oregon. No ono afflicted
with a throat or lung trouble can
'j so this remedy without praising it.
It always gives prompt relief. It is
especially valuablo for colds as it
relieves thu lungs, makes breathing
easior and aids expectoratiou. A
cold will nevor result in pneumonia
when this remody is takon and rea
sonable care exorcised For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
By Ja. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Household -:- Furniture
On MONDAY, April 29,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho Residence of Dr M. GOTO, Kine
btreot, corner of Kawulaliao lane, I will
sell at l'ulilla Auction, the Entire Homo
bold Furniture, comprising
Oak Bookers. Decorated Screens,
ltUKS, Hanclng J,mnpi,
Japanese Musical Instruments,
23 Vols, Encyclopedia BritaoQica,
Oak Bedroom Sit,
1 Houaeho'd Bowinc Machine,
Stove and Kitchen Utensils,
2 0k Extension Dioing Tables,
Ice Hoi, Filter, Etc., Ktc.
Jaa IT. Morgan,
IN TUB CIltCUlT COUltr OF THK
First Clruuli, Hawaiian Islands, In
llwkruptoy at Chamber. Iu tbo matter
of the Bankruptcy n A. M. lli'wmt. Cre
ditors of the u.tUl llankniit are hereby no-tlfli-d
lo come In and p'ove their debts hu
foroth Circuit Court of the Fimt Circuit
at Chambers, at. Himol'ilu, on FltlhAY.
the li'iili day of April, lh!3, between the
hours of 10 o'clock In th foronooii aud
noon of tho nald day, and eleut an Astln
nee or Assignees, of the said Bankrupt'
Jly the Court:
April 13, 1S95.
The same old cry of "No
Water" is again heard in (one
of voice as loud and as fierce
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 powe"r
to alleviate (he misery and re- '
duce the annoyance which na-!
turally ensues through lack of
suuicieiu waier witn wnicn to
make a cocktail.
Here are some figures over
which you may ponder if you
are interested in wire fences:
The European wire which we
carry in stock has been tested
at the Iron Works and shows a
tensile strength of 2760 pounds.
The galvanizing passed through
all the tests it is possible to put
it and shows that it is as near
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 tlie people to save mo
ney accounts in a measure for
the demand that has been made
upon us for the Dietz Oil Stove.
The people who have been us
ing tliem 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 stove they can cook with
and not get all bet up" is an
other. Every 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
made 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
ing 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.
If you are out of Hill Heads, Letter
lleads, etc, we can tupply them,
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
OpiKtitlto Hpi-eckela Mock,
007 POKT t'VtlCK'V.
IT PROVED ;.
to me that good goods and low -prices
are still appreciated in Ho- . ,
noluln. T therefore intend to oive
my customers and tho public in
general auothor opportunity. I
beg to call attention to the special
bargains in our line of
Wool Goods, Cashmere, Flannelettes & Flannels.
Sale will commence MONDAY, Apt il 22d,
JMI. (3. T-ErVTrT
Most women feel the need
of something that will tone up
the system and put new life in
to a tired body stop that con
stant headache and feeling of
nervousness. In almost every
case the doctor will prescribe
iron in some form, but iron is
hard to take, discolors the
teeth (tto woman likes that)
and induces constipation and'
other ill-effects. However,
there is one iron medicine
only one known as
which is easy to take, palata
ble and pleasant. It is harm
less and the most reliable iron
medicine known. A bottle of
this famous remedy will work
wonders. It will fill out those
thin cheeks, put energy into
you, give you a new lease of
life and won't slain the teeth.
Thousands of testimonials
prove these statements. The
dose is small and the benefit
great. Its good for all the
mmily. Try it.
Thrre arc many frau
dulent substitutes to
ulne lias two crossed
reit lines on wrapper
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.
But Get the
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
New Goods ! New Goods !
Suitings, Serges, Trouserings,
Linen Duck, Linen Drill, Flannels.
Laco Stripes, OrgandicB, Pongee, Ginghams,
Sateens, India LinenB, Victoria Lawns,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Ribbons,
Laces, Flowers, Feathers, Etc.
SAILOR KEATS !
Mosquito Net, Art Muslins, Cretonnes, Madapoluins, spe
cially adapted for Ladies and Childicn's Underwear.
SOI.K AGKN'T FOU THK
Renowned "PEARL" Sewing Machine!
At tho mnrvelously low price of $30.00. Guaranteed
equal if not superior to any machine over imported.
L. B. KERR, Queen Street, Honolulu.