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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, May 02, 1895, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 2, 1896.
T.or.Al. ANP WEWKHAIL WKWB.
The Iudcpouilent was out on time
Tho S. S. Australia will bo duo
from Sau Francisco to morrow.
Tho May terra of tho Circuit
Court will opnu on Monday noxt.
J. Moat Oat and Mrs. Oat loft for
a vacation trip by tho S.S.Mari
posa. Francis Gay caino ovor from tho
Gardon Islo by tho steamer Jamo
Makeo this morning.
A blunjaokot do?ortor from tho U.
S. S Philadelphia stowod away on
tho S. S Gaelic on Tuesday last.
Fresh frozen oystors will bo sorved
at tho Beaver Saloon after th ar
rival of the Australia to-morrow.
Tlin Svdnoy Star publishes a
special edition of each isuo for tho
special bouefit of "sports," whoover
thoy may be.
Tho Hoalaut Br.at Club's opening
ball will tako place this evening.
Elaborate preparations have boon
made to insuro a brilliant success.
Michantcs' Homo, corner Hotel
and Xuuami streets, lodging by day,
wenk or mouth. Torm: H5 and CO
cents pur night; VI and fl.'Jft per
Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson, Mrs.
Strong and Lloyd Osborno afo
through tiassongorsou tho Mariposa.
During tho vessel's stay in port tho
party took iu tho sights.
Tho combined bands of tho U.S.S.
Philadelphia aad tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment will givo a concort at the
Hotol to-morrow evening. An ox
cellont program is being prepared.
Tho Brito trial for embezzlement
was finished in tho District Court
to-day, resulting in tko committal
of defendant to tho May term of
tliM Circuit Court. Bail was fixed at
Dr. McLouuan, his wifo and
daughter, were literally smothered
with leis on their departure for tho
coast to-day. Tfao doctor's numer
ous friends wero all on hand to bid
Tho Philadelphia band was not
going to vol loft at tho doparturo
of tho Maripo?a They played "Tho
Girl I Left Behind Me' as tho
Bteamer was passing tho Philadel
A couple of verandah chairs wero i
stolen from tho roJidouco of D. B.
Smith on Liliha street one uight '
last week. Tho thief, whoover ho i
ma.t bo, Is capable of stealing a red-'
O-ving to tin prom ition of Albert '
McUurn to bo bailiff iu tho Supremo ;
Court, AU-x. Nicholas has been ap- I
pointed court nuicor in the District
C urt. Nicholas bgan active work
llov. IT. H. Ilawois, who recently
passed through Honolulu, is deliver
ing a course of lectures in Sydney.
His first lecture was on "Musiu and
Morals," aud his ecoud on "Christ
and tho Catacombs."
Sentence was susptmded in tho
case of Mr. John da Sdva by Judge
Perry to day. Mrs. Silva pleaded
guilty to boiug neglig-ut aud not
properly attending to her son, John,
by keopiug him from scboal.
United Carriage Company's stand,
besides having superior hacks al
ways ready at the call of "290," fur
nishes fino livery outfits at tho short
est notico good horses aud nice car
riages, from buggy to wagouelte.
Tho schooner Ka Moi arrived yoa
terdxy from Laysan Island with a
osrgo of guano for tho Pacific Fer
tilizer aud Phosohato Company.
The round trip was' mado iu the re
markably fast time of twenty-six
G. n. Harrison, practical piauu
and orau maker aud tuner, can fur
nish Ittst factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
colve prompt attention, All work
Kuuihitit-inJ to W (Le vitu hji don
This has boon a big steamer week.
Tho Gaolio first, then the Coptic,
next tho Marionsa. and the Miowera
is now due. With tho Australia
coming in on time to-morrow tho
most fastidious seeker of mail matter
should bo satisfied.
if you waut your watch repaired.
If you waut jewelry mado up neatly.
If you want souvenir spoons, or any
thing iu tho jewelry line. H. G.
Binrt, at 0. Gortz's store, Fort street,
is your man. Ho was for ton years
tho practical watchmaker for Weu
ner fc Co.
The St. Louis College band played
on the wharf prior to the departure
of tho S. S. Mariposa this noon, in
honor of tho Bishop of I'auonolis
and Father Sylvester, who loft on
tho stoamor. The soloetions by tho
collegians wero well rendered aud
won moritod applause.
Newspaper correspondents sent off
a wholo lot of matter by todays steam
er concerning the recall of Minister
Thurston. Iu all probability tho
wholo of tho matter was made pub
lic in tho United States oight or ten
days ago, and in consequence much
correspondence will find its way to
tho waste papor baskot.
Tho sailor reported elsewhere as
having jumped overboard from the
Mariposa did this on tho last trip,
when tho steamer was horn on her
way to tho Colonies. Ho was rocog.
nizod by tho Chief Officer this morn
ing and was followed aud caught by
tho o Ulcers. On being returnod on
board he was put in irons.
If you want to buy a really good
jlock or watch at Coast pnce3 in
spect the stock of Brown & Kubey,
st Nn.4. Masonic Temple; thoro you
will find the largest variety in Ho
nolulu at the lowest prices; clocks
ami watches sold on wookly and
monthly payments. Brown fc Kubey
make a specialty of rubber stamps.
Io No Longer Personally Acceptable
to tho TJ. S. Oovernmunt.
Tho following statement to tho
press by Minister Hatch, given after
a special meeting of tho Executive
aed Advisory Councils yesterday at
-1 p. m., explains itsolf:
"Minister Wiljis called on the
Minister of Foreign Affairs on tho
30th of April, and read to him a let
ter from Secretary Gresham dated
February 21st last, which he said
had been sent to Japan by mistake,
intimating that Minister Thurston
is no longor personally acceptable
to tho Administration at Washing
ton as Hawaiian Minister.
"The ground is that Mr. Thurston
had allowed a representative of the
press to read private letters to Mr.
Thurston from Honolulu concerning
conditions and sentimonts thero,
portions of which wore mado public, i
"These lettors also contained criti- '
cisms upon tho uolicv of tho Ad
ministration toward Hawaii which ,
were not published, but camo to the
knowledge of Mr. Gresham."
Tho Councils adjourned without
taking auy notion on the matter.
Any ono who has ever had an at
tack of iulhinmatory rheumatism
will rejoico with Mr. J. A. Stuinui,
220 Boylo Heights, Los Angeles,
ovor his fortunate escapo from a
siege o that distressing ailment
Mr. Stutnm is foromau of Morrinm's
confectionery establishment. Sjiuo
mouths ago, on leaving the heated
work room to run across the street i
on an errand, ho was caught out in
tho rain. Tho result was that when
ready to go homo that uight he was
unable to walk, owing to infiamnia- ;
tory rheumatism. Ho was taken ',
home, and on arrival was plaeod iu '
front of a good lire and thoroughly
rubbed with Chamberlain's Pain !
Balm. During the evening aud uight
he was repeatedly bathed with this
liniment, aud by morning was re- .
lioved of all rheumatic pains. Ho I
now take; especial pleasure in prais
ing Chamberlain's Paiu Balm, and
always keeps a bottle of it in tho
house. For sale by all dealers, Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for the Ha
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MKISIIXfl OF THE STOCK
holders ot the Kona-Kau 'I'r.i.KruoNE
it Tklkukm-ii Comi-any. Limited, held thl
dy, th follow lug UIIIclt were elected for
tlie eiiMiIng yea-:
lvaaf.li... n. n tr l.
A lociiiciii . . . .. ....... tjr J iirniib.
Vloo-Fioililont U. I). Millar,
eeerniary iv Treasurer.. ..i. a. AiinRHt,
C. M. Walton, Goo. CUrk, E. 11. llarthrop.
LUTHER 8. AUNG8T,
Kallui, Kona, Hawaii, April S3, 1KW
BOOMS AND BOABD.
nOOMS AND UOAKD
IV for a few tenons can be i
had at Ilanlwal, on the Wal-i
W. B. DAllTLKFT,
(broken to saddle
and harness) Harness
and Lit lit Kasv Drake.
The out (It $b0 cabli. d
Address "II ," thin Otltce
HOUSE FOB 8ALK
I K1HT HAY 1111).
1 Iiik llorue, uood
elzed and biiowy nnfmul.
for tale. Also a uood
MltS. 0. W. ASHKOilK,
13fl9.tf Near Ire Works.
fPHICDUDPD1" ken '" t" at E. 0.
1 UlO rArtin, DAKK'8 Advert.Blni:
A(;onoy, (II and 115 Merchant's Exehanjte,
Sun KrHncuco, CulllornU. where contiaota
for advertising can be made for it.
Cnf ' it 0"
ft . n
Fine Soft Kid Button
", Boot, new diamond tip
nnd Spanish arch, only
Out of Sight 1
' Elwrunt French Kid Ox-
; ford, Pump sole, patent '
1 hack fita, for
Our stock of Spring
Goods is acknowledged hy
evcryhody to ho the finest
on the Honolulu market,
and consists of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices are moderate.
Jewelry in 'special designs
manufactured to order on
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER,
F. O. Dox 287.
Dr. L1EBIG & GO.
i';)cMI Doctors ftrr Chronic,
Mviite n fid )'aii(ng
Dr Debit's Invluorator the greatest re
medy for Seminal Weakness, Loss of Mnn
hooif and I'rlvate Diseases, overcomes I're
matnreness and prepares all tor marriage
life's duties, pleasures ana regponiibllltics;
11 trial bottle given or sent free to tiny one
describing ny mptoiua; call or Address -100
Oeary 8t, prlval entrane 403 Mason Bt
Ran Krannlscn. 1 113-33 ty
in HIRES' ROOT BEER?
: and smiip. si .
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K VVX CSHTvlr'W''kBWr i
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WVi Bti,. " "Hi
Ss JeI1-' -i--- .BB
1 ! in JZjcii.rimi.-n; iTSiBKBESSi
Why Are We Thronged?
What Ts the Attraction?
1 At the Right Prices -S3
otm m:v link ov
J'HINTKI) MUHI.IS8 nnd OIltNKI.EI) MUI.I.S-rnn't IipIj. but atlrnctt
they nre new, not nlono In Material but alsu In 1'att.Tiu.
IMUNTBI) and SDMI) 00 Mil COTTON 1U0K-In Cream. White nil.)
Kern, In jiretty Polo Dots and 8trle.i. There'll wear; thero'd style
and only L'Oi'ls. n ynrd.
CKINKI.KOKKPONSmidKANOY DI'.KSS GINGHAMS-ln 8trlK Slid
1'lalds, filar, colors; 8 yards for ?l.
I'KINTKI) tltlBIt LAWNS nnd PIUNTKI) DIMITIKS-In the Iat-st
KltKNCH PIUNTKI) 1'KllOAI.EH-ln pretty 8ltli.es and I'licurei; just
tlie tlilnu for Ijidi-V Hlilrt Waists
Art Denim ! Art Denim !
A nice I'lii In Odd and Pretty Hlimles, the most tc-vli-rable nmtcrlal for
cnvcrlnir O'lshlon1, lMIow, etc. Thoy are Wiishalileand they wear. Don't
fall t'ltco them.
ISJ. S. SACHS,
520 ort St - - Honolulu
Tlxat's "Wliat I Like."
Kveryhody likes IIIKI'-' I?oot Bki:u Ih-ciiusc it
gives evcryhody health as well as pleasure. It's the pin est
beverage that human skill can compound from the purest
ingredients of nature. There is not one drop of anything
in this delicious temperance drink but what promotes good
health and happiness It's d 1 cioun lluvor is acquire. 1 by
the skillful blending of the most wholesome lurbs. rols,
harks and berries, and not by essential oil- and lluvoritig
extracts, of which the many counterfeit ' Hoot Beer" siro
composed. A packjge of the t'enuinc
Hires' Root Beer
makes five gallons of good, pure, health-giving Root Beer.
B3y Ask your storekeeper for it. Made
only by the Ciiaklks E. Hikes Co., Philadel- .
phia, U. S. A.
"I lmvo used over fifty liotllud of jour Knot Huurund nlwityn
liuvu'it on liunil. MitH. J. II. Walkkii, X. K. Cor. It. K. Ave. it
Scliillor St., Alumwla, (Jul., U. S. A."
"Wl lmvo usiil your Hoot I5i;er for H'vorai ycnr mid do not
buliovo it could lo excelled. I). IIak.mku, 2'JIO lluncouk St.,
riiila., Va., U. S. A."
IIoimoN Druo Company Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith. & Company u
Hollibtku Dnua Company. Ltd. .. . ' '
Lewis & Company Grocer
The Favorite Gurney
Refrigerators and Ice Chests;
REVERE GARDEN HOSE !
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTL
FOUT STREET, HONOLULU.